The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 24, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 24, 1934
Page 2
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lgTHBVILIJ. (ABK.) COURIER NBW8 Calendar WX&OE8DAY'S EVENTS Jew^h i*dfes AW meeting with Jlrj. Herpian Hess, 110 Dougan, 8 THtJRSOAy'6 SVENTB Mrs. Hirry W. Haincs having Mid-Week: BiieUje club American. Lcjipn aiwillary lifiv- jne breakfast Jpr U. U a. member?, Hotel Nptye, 7:30 A. M. Unveiling of Bljlhsvilto boulder prwrwd it Mahan. P*rk, 0 A. nf, u, D o business session, Hotel Noble, 10 A M • Luncheon for U. 0 C member's at Woinin'e club, 12 M. reiDAY'B tVENTS Mrs Lloyd V Wise and Mre. Fred Child hating bridge anil rook beneflt patties at Child residence, 3;30 F. M, and 8 p. M., Mrs. J. F. Unti and Mrs Bus- Fan- brldge parly at home In evening for Miss Marguerltf Hasson. bride elect. ! SATORDAY'S i EVENTS Mrs J S aescll and Mrs, J. Neal' Gps«ll having bridge and roo)^ party at CounLrj club,, 2;30 ncfment has been made, of , riafce of'Miss Artie daughter, ol Mr and Mrs E»iin, to Mr flpv,ard c,' snij, soft ol tyr, and Mrs,' W. A. kensflip, of M?mph|s TJjo wed; w&s'solemnlzed Friday evening ^vi.^^rT, A£k Th,c'brldc was a guest in ( the hoine of the jiev. and Mrevp^ry F Webb, formerly of hew, vjjen the wedding occurred wtyh th? ' Rev Mr Webb reading th^.fervtce ' : ,,1Jie brrde!.is a graduate o[ (he cJlV high, school and later attended Arkansas. sUt« college at Jonesboro in4 Teachers college nt SpnngfieW, Mo She at the , B o[ htr (nariiage, a member of the school (acuity at {JonicrsvlUo, M6. ' * • *JSr, Blanl(ensh(p 5 connected with t{ie M Ccillhs Ohemloa! company of Memphis t He ahd his bride have gone .{o'.Ute Providence, La., for a lew weeks, and'aftar a visit here they wilT spend most oj trtelr lime trtvellflg' j « + • JfWsh J Aid All mehibers of the Jewish Ladies Aid :89cJet.j grc urjcnUy re- <}UeEted to a}t,cr,4 'he mecllne »J>(tjj (s,^ be h?W at the home " "" *^-— '-'- ol Mr? an Hess, no o'clock Putties are being com pie led for thecard par(fes to be given Friday afternoon and evening by' Mrs. V \Yi5S Mrs Fred Ch(|d, at the Child home, for the benefit of the Church oi the Immaculate Conception They are to be 1 at -2 30 and t o clock W°men io The Jewish Ladies Aid society w U refu m « | ls m eetfug'; f0r tll! , Winter season Wednesday evening in^rnefting at the hpmc of Mrs. Dougan, at HeSS Mfei Jftt meeting pf the mimic dcpart- club, schcd.. Btf* o/ A/eu* Mostly Pcrspnal. i and Born, Mrs ]r W D Hciispn, r- -.«...^vi* Lanu", announce tile birth of a etauglilcr, Monday, October 1 The baby, whp " 13 pounds has beer Pubye Lee Mrs Henson SJlmes" ma " |afec ' ^'"S^ * * * Diinhter Bom 'Mr and »trs B. L Holmes an HoUnce the birth of a daughter 22 The baby, who Mr. and Mrs. Alwslcr Hopkins. of Jnckson, Mo,, and Miss Matlie ijchrock, of Cape Glrardcnu, Mo,, have returned home after several days with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stovall. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hoo])cr left Tuesday by motor for Hot Springs, :p spend ten days with Mrs. lloo- iwr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Pylct, while 7<ir. Hooper Is undergoing treatment* Mrs. Adolpji Welnberg nnd daughter, Miss Raiwtllc, and son. Nathan, Mrs. Max Rubensteln and daughter. Miss leosc, of Osccoln, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenthal Sunday. Morrlc Rubensleln, of Lake City, wo. 1 ) the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs, Ike Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reisontlial 'Siinelay. Mr. and Mrs, L. p. Cliamulln an<l son, .Don, spent Sunday In Memphis. George W. Barhnni attended to business • In' Memphis nnd Mnrlon Monday. -Mrs. J, C. \Vcbb. who was taken to the St. Bcr'nanl hospital at Jonesboro Sunday, Is seriously III. Her daughters, Mrs. Lucy McAdams and Miss Clinic Webb, and '.ss Ernestine Holland accomnau- her and Mrs. McAdams remaln- cj> ylth her. ^ ; ''if: 1. Free 'is n patient nt the lilemphls'Baptist hospital. 'Bobbie B|Vy|ooki son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Blaj'iock, who lias beim critically ill from scarlet fever and diphtheria, Is now much improved. : Mrs. I.-W. Tipton and baby, of Memphis, arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. o. II. Drear mid other rcla.- tlvcs. Mrs. Drear M'cnt to Memphis Friday and Mrs. Tipton accompanied her here. Mrs. J. Allen Webb, of Wright City, MO., has arrived lor a visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. a. it. Drear and other relatives for one or two weeks. Mrs. Everett; B. Qcc spent Tucs- daiy In Memphis,'- . ' . Dr. P. D. Sjnlth is in Joncsboro attending the meeting of the First pistrlct.Medical society lodny. Mrs. W. D. Ohamblln was in Meinphls Monda^ Miss Nellie 'Johns spent Monday in Memphis. ' Mrs. John Wesley Dlytlic, formerly o/ here and now of DeWill, Ark., Is vjsltlng here while attending the V. p. o. convention, Mrs. E. Q, Smoot and Miss Moll|e Paylcs, of Beebe, Ark., are guests of the Rev. nnd Mrs. w. J. LcRoy while attending the convention Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barter have as their guests for the convention, Mrs. George R. Crockett and Mrs. Margaret H. Minor, of Caruthcrs- vllle, mid Mnrlho Robbins, of stcole. Mrs. o. B. Mp'rriss, o[ Springfield, Mo, returned hqine lodny allcr having visited Mr. and Mrs. P' E. Cooley since Saturday. Miss Louise Lewis, of Tiptonville, Tenn., spent Silndny with her sister, Mrs. o. T.' Willlngham. " , , Osceola Society — Personal losteescs and Circle '"'B" at Hie ionic of Mrs. c, M, Harwell where Miss Nell Rlioads, Mrs, S. V. Fra- tier and Mrs. Cliarlcs Boles were also hostesses. Twcuty-two mem '»crfl attended Circle "D" and 18 nembcrs were, present at the meeting of Circle "A." At each mccl- i»R n social hour follon'cd tlic short business session. Mrs. E. L. Cote of Osccoht and Mr*, li. A. KJmbroiigli of Luxora were In Little Kock Tuesday to at- lend a meeting ol ttic executive ward of the stntc Haptlst vvomans Missionary Union, of which they are members. They were accompanied by the Rev. Cole and Dr. Klmbrough. Dr. nnd Mrs. O. llarrcll Jones of Houston, Texas, accompanied by Mrs. Jones' mother, Mrs. R'llx Marx, arrived Monday for n visit of ten elays with Mr. Jones' parents, Mr. mid Mrs. li. l|. Jones. While here Dr. Jones will attend meetings of tlic Mld-Soulli Uentiil tissoplntlon in Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Shlppcn with their small sou, unite, and Charles Driver of Llllle Rock were week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. ~>. C. liowcn, Mr, nnd Mrs. W. n. Dycss of I,H- le Rock spent Hie week-end with friends here. Mrs. Mary Hale of Hoi Springs Is here for 11 visit, wltji Mrs. W. L. Moore aiid Mrs. Margaret Hale. Mrs. Delvn. Marlin of Kcmictt, Mo., wns here for several days last week visiting her sisters, Mrs. J. L Williams anil Mrs. W. L. Moore. Mrs. J. c. Scurlock had as her Euesls for several days her sister, Mrs. T. B. oldcon, Mr. Gideon nnd Mrs. Walker of Wcsl Point, Miss. J. B. Dunn spent Saturday hi Little Rock, where he attended a ineqtliig of the Masonic executive board. Mr. ami Mrs. R. B. FJclchcr, melt small son, Dick, and Mrs R f, Fletcher spent a fe\ v days in Little Rock visiting Mr. am | Mrs Cecil Driver. : Mrs, Margaret Hale is convalescing at her honic here following her return from a Memphis hospital Where slic underwent an operation, . Hayti Society-Pers9naI Pounds, has Mildred Marie Mrs To liare Club ?, c , lohl ° Vro « Harry / W Haincs been club lunch and a f Mrs. r r -- - _____ Miss, Dorothy Smith Is Bfkje of Garvis Marti M ° - Announcement made of the marriage o! vis an h,, cercmo * at ° f lh « R«v. Mr n ot ' hc Christiart «« 3'* brt £* mo daughter « #r and Mrs iTed Smith, of the Micoa community, and is a K ££ uate of stcele high school in^h 1931 Ste has bcen'book- Gin Co. o Lee ' .,, . Qcorgla ™*y. %clty, Joan Fooler, Hayt Mef'--Mp 'T. 6. Mclntyre an< btby, Manila. t >rs. T. f. aillum of this city, iipanieil by Mr,s. Spcldcl and aughter of WardcU, lilt, for at LuuLs -l-ucsdny where they w|ll'ra- laln until Sunday alto'dlng. tho Slntc Bnpllsl mcelliie in here Mils week. '•. Oliver Ixiguc of St, 'i^m, ere Tiifstlny on business Mis. c, i>. wells returned Monny from St. Louis where she had icen vitltlng her daughter, Miss tattle Fern Lutes, who Is 'teach i'B In Ihq Molar Beauty Wilson, ; Society — Personal . »?' «' l " J 8 htor or Mr, and Mrs ;• . w - f orgiiBon, celebrated .her ighlh birthday with u Hallowe'en >arly Snturday afternoon when she l" s i, ci i e " 05ls !ott -y ^ »>« ills. Encli guest was .presentee wi a favor and Betty received nny lovely gifts, Mrs Pcrf-iisaY ins assisted In cntertuini n| , ,' b y j. 0 -. nolhcr, Mrs. ika. Mnseloy, Mrs H . Lewis, and Mrs. D.,N. '.Morris ' * » * , ' Foiirleen members -or. the' Method st women's Missionary socict> icld then- soplm Jiicellng '. Mon'clay ,, r Ji°°" atl ll 'c "ome ot'Mfs rj V. Ferguson, with Mrs'.- H-''M Lewis ns co-hostess., jj Twenty-six members of the Bap- 1st Womans Mlsstonnry Union met t the home of Mrs. Ida Tucker lonttay afternoon foytiic uiouth- ". Royal Service program. Members of Circle No. 2 prc- cnied the program wilh members of Circle No. 1 assisting Mrs. Tucker as hostesses. The subject ">t tlic afternoon's study was "Broilers in Black, here and There," Covering evangelistic, educational nd medical work of the Baptist denomination in Africa and else- vhcre. Mrs. c. c. Bowcn led the elcvo- ionnl service on "The Ninety and S'ine" taken from Hie llth chap- er of SI. Luke's Gospel, and Mrs. I. H. Jones sang as a solo, the lyinn of that title. Mrs. V. E. Tompkins and Mrs. Jones gave a resume ot elghly- •nrec years of Baptist missionary «'0rk in the African province Nl- Scria. chnrnctcrlzing the firs! tor- *-Qnc years "Sowing hi Tears" and the last forty-two 'Reaping with Joy." Mrs George Deere gave an interesting talk on fne missionary opportunities and achievement of negroes in our own country, including the work. of Booker T Washington, founder of Tnskcgcc Institute, Rolnnd Hayes, the negro tenor, and Paul Lawrence Dunbar, Mis. l-Ycd Shiplon and children nnd Mrs. Jack Tcastcr ami con Uoblie, ami grandson, Jackie, returned Saturday from Tnskee, Mo. where they had been visiting relatives. Mr, nnd Mrs. Bill Hngemaii liavi moved into their- home. Mjsscs Eurlo Burrls and Lavcrnc Foster, who are working in the office of County Agent M, p. Am- uurgey, nt CnriiliiersviHe, siipnl. tho weekend here with their families. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernest Johnson ol Blythcville were here Sunday vis- lltiifl relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lee 'Spencer nni Eon, Leo, nnd grandson, Murray hn\-c gime ot California to mnki (heir home. Mrs. M. E. Hawkins of Maiden Mo., is here visiting her daughlc Rnd husband, Mr. and Mrs. R. L Massey. Nat Shcllon of Montgomery City, Mo., is here visiting his bro I her, Charles Shellon nnd Jmnliy. Friends here arc receiving nn nounceincnts of the marriage o Miss Ada W. Jnsk of Columbia Afo., to Mr. John Randolph Tucker at Ventura, Calif., on Septcmuoi n. Mrs. Tucker taught in th Hayll locnl high school three yeai ago. Tlicy will bo nt homo to their friends nt 1020 W. 108 Street, Los Angeles, Calif. • Mr. and .Mrs. A. Kohu of Moncttc. Ark., were hprc Sunday visiting Mr. Kolin's sister nnd husband Mr. and Mrs. Ben II. Bnr- kovilz. Rev. nnd Mrs. C. F. Franks nnd o'A , ro. A contest, 'VKnow You ommui|Uy" was won by Mrs.' j D rtcKenzIc and Mrs. ..willlnm Lud V » » - • The Literary Department of th Cooperative club -held' |W first meet' ng Tuesday afternoon at the lion c of Mrs. D. N. Morris. Books wer selected for the year's'. study. Mri ' : M. Lewis reviewed ."Lamb' • li tlis Bosom," by Caroline Miller 'ari Mrs John Enoohs sketched the aii thors | fc al ,d gave tile' critlcis,, of tie book. Mrs. -M.-W.'- Melton 9f Joiner, Mrs. Waller cdrei 4ii D ' iVtcKotlzic arc r Nclso » has return^ from Europe where' he spent tw months touring. : . Misses Mary Claire nnd Erclv Cone Murphy spent the "week" eft' " " U!efR °9fc .^hcro -theywere' ti! ( B«ps Is of Miss- Grace; PurvlanceV ' Miss Dortjthy Gideon had '' guest Miss Mary ' Airly:- Joncsboro, last week' Thora P?<!fl. of RKm "' Mr. and Mrs. A, R. sliearon, o ilo, Tr f C ' •* iavc Wbvsei; into th formerly occupied ,bv K I • Cullum and family Mrs. Wnllnco Thompson i s in Cole ° S '""' "'^T.'Mrs. A..J i/i r H lD " a Brnnno|1 .'0i Memphl 'Sx-sllnuMrs. R, E. Lf-e tills wccl Jlesdnmcs M. D. Simpson, Ever ctt Jackson, B. A. King; and J. \ McQavock of Memphis were gucsl of Mrs. Eva Kcrlin Sunday. Mrs. Eva Kcrlin and daughte Mrs Enrl Cross, visitfd friends i Porlagevillc Monday. Guy Miirchie. ot Boston, who visiting joe Wilson Nelson, will r yen re the • poet. Seven members of the presented an acrostic called "Bro thers In Black." They were Mcs- . anmc.s c. C. Bowc . T. Hhoads H E. Tompkins. John Douglas Paul Dnvcr. Oil Mastin and George Deere. _ Three new members were iulro- ' to the organization. They are Mrs. A. M. Glasgow, Mrs. C. C McNeil and Mrs. J. E. Cranston. * » « Circle meetings of the Methodist Womens Missionary society were held Monday afternoon with Circle "A" meeting at the home of Mrs Gsorge Abrcy with Mrs. W. L. Sc- gwd and Mrs. R. L. Nailling also Give them them MIRROR TEST Words are loo slow to tell you oi the betler style nnd Til in Hint Schnffncr & Mars cloth-:;. We sny ."let the Mir- for prove It" and the Mirror (loos! A small thing lo look for; a big thing to find! New Mead Clothing Co. Exquis e srockin Kayser\stocl<in \ • "* Faultlessly\clear Fiat .tetmgly sheV. ^ m V ".• iterlfearjn nosie When buying ^ieei (Jon'l forgel ih $1.00-1.15 U5-1.65 ° Jack Applebaum to his home 'I'htirsday, r. and Mrs. Clarence La Font, 'Albuquerque, N. M., are guests Mr and Mrs. Ed Piltman. Vanada Moore and . Milton King Married STEELE. Mo.— Miss Vannda loore and Mr. Milton King were larrlcU October 19 by Justice of in Peace A.'S, Elliott nt Caruth- rsyillc. The bride is the daughter f'Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Moore ami graduate of Steelc high .school l the class of 1934. Mr. King is 10 son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. R, King 1.0 attended school nt Cnruthcrs- illc an dls now employed by the lltchell Construction Co at Cot- oiiwooel Point. Holland News Iry;uil-Tc;ir. .Tiic marriage of Miss Pearl Brynt,. daughter or Mr. and Mrs. D. 'ear, farmers who live west of Hol- ind, to Henry AMridgc, of the same Vicinity, was per.frirmcd Tuesday, October IB, in Oariithersvllle, with udgc Corbett performing the ccre- lony. The couple is living with the ride's parents, at present, but will i>ra| r | e m (,|ie near •WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24, A, Klfcr, who lives a mi]$ west of town, was given by his family Bunday, Those present were Mr. and Mrs. cleve McCormlck and fam- ly, Mr. and Mrs. Z. Taylor, the llev. and Mrs. J. L. Ncwsom, of Bly- (lieriJIe, arid Miss Eunice' Reed. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dates jr. announce the blrlli ol a daughter October 17. The uaby, who weighed 8 1 : 2 pounds, has been named Marilyn Prances. Mrs. Dates Is the former Miss Lucille liecktold, a member of the local high school faculty for several years. Lilburn Nunnery attended to bus- inass In Memphis Saturday. CJaiidc Edwards of S(. Louis, visited his wife and daughters over Ihp weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Will Shaffer and family of st. i/mls and Mr. and Mrs, Herbert HOWEC, of Cape Girardeau, s]Ktit the day with Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Best 'Sunday. They were accomiranied to cajw Girardeau by Mrs. Best, who will visit her daughter. Mrs. Dual Blower who is ill. Mrs. w. G. Pounds, of Cooler, returned Sunday after spending the weekend with Garvln Wilson. lore lo Kast iitinc. A surprise birthday dinne her daughter, Mrs . Mr. and Mrs. Virgil ulley pnd son, Marlyn, shopped in Memphis Friday. Supt. nnd Mrs. w. I. Myers and daughter, Dixie Gene, returned on Don spent in Jackson and Zclma, Mo., with D. E. Tally and H. M. Meyers. Wltlic In Jackson they attended the Methodist conference. Mr. and Mrs. James t'crry and son. James A, were Sunday guests of Mrs. perry's father, J. H. Bulger, of Knlln, Mo. Mrs. Wrcne fierce, who has been vlsltljijf her parents in Cape Glrar- deau for several weeks, has returned home. Following six weeks spent jn Iowa with his parcnls, A. J. Deeds principal of the local high school, returned Sunday to resume his' work here. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dcvorc of Elvins, Mo., antl Miss Hazel Cahoon, who attends slate 'teachers college, In Cape Girardeau, were houscgue.sls of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cahoon for four days last week. Mrs. B. W. Ch-ers became ill suddenly Sunday and was removed to the Blytluvllle hospital, where she will undergo an operation. Following a week spent In Jonesboro with her mother, Mrs. Thalma Thompson, who Is attcndiii" Arkansas state college, Miss Beth Thompson returned Friday. Joe Lester, ncco'mpahlcd by Claude Heathcock, and Boy Glover and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Zahner, accompanied by Miss Ciura Henderson and Miss Voris Workman, attended the teachers' meeting in Cape Girardeau last week ' MissMonez Wilbur is Irnprovui- 'rom a series of heart atttcks. from' which she has been suffering {or- several weeks. • • : '. The hornbill of the Malay Peninsula thrives on a diet »r strychnine, which- Is fouiid 'In the secas of the strychnos nux-vomlcs '-, nn East Indian tree. • •;'•' A Three Day? Cough 1; Is Your Danger Sifnal non't let them get a strangle hold. Hght Uiem quickly. Oreprhul- slon combines 7 helps In one. Powerful but harmless. Pleasant (b take. No narcotics. Your own (lri)E- glst is authorized to refund your money on Die spot if your coiigh or cold is not relieved by Creo- mulEion. . -dv.. Dr. Floyd D. Howton, Dentut Announces the open- of an office for dental practice in the Lynch building on South Broadway. Cftas. S. Lemons FURNITUR Fast Setting Specials Pr ices are always right at this store 2 In. Post Iron Bed $3.95 50 Lb. Cotton Mattress .$5.95 55 Lb. Plated Felt Mattress $7.95 BEDS-MATTRESSES Double Blankets $ 1.25 Comforts ; $ 1.95 Inner Spring Mattress .. .$14.5Q BED ROOM SUITES 3 PC. Walnut Finish >. $29.75 3 PC. Walnut Finish 3 PC. Walnut Veneer $49.50 3 PC. Solid Walnut, BARGAIN $59.50 4 PC. Maple, Amber Finish $59.50 And others. SEE THEM. RUGS RUGS RUGS More than 40 different patterns to select from Quality Felt Base, Best Value, 9x12 only $4.95 6x9 Good Quality ,_ $2.75 11-3 x 12 and 11-3 x 15 Armstrong Quaker and Standard, Ask for Price KITCHEN CABINETS UTILITY GREEN & ifVORY REGULAR WITH GLASSWARE, FULLY EQUIPPED GREATEST VALUE, SPECIAL ,. „ __ _ Other Cabinets priced as low as $15.75 Utility Cabinets, large size $ 6.90 <M A A A Jpl".9y Medium size ....'... $5.60 Porcelain Top Tables, ZSx4o"III"Z$ 4^5 QUICK MEAL OIL RANGES They Are Selling .$34.50 Famous Lorain Burner Lighting Ring, 5 Burner Cook Stoves-Ranges'Heateis All Kinds No. 7 Cook Stove, Cast / $ 6.95 Romie, Cast Duplex Grates $27.50 22 In. Wood Heaters $ 1.95 Oak Heaters, One room size t $ 7.90 Circulators .$24.75 .$49.50 Ranges, Cast, Special $23.75 Atlantic, Cast 18-In. Oven ..$29.75 26 In. Wood Heaters .$2.85 Oak Heater, Large size $13.50 Circulators $33.50 CHARTER OAK PARLOR FURNACES —See the Exclusive Features Chairs-Rockers Cane Chairs, best grade $ .90 Upholstered Rockers, Real Value ,$3.95 Maple Rockers, Natural 1 $1.95 Upholstered Rockers :..$4;50 And many others at prices you will like. Lamps-Mirrors Table, Pottery Base and Shade :$,1.19 Bridge, with shade $1-29 Mirrors, Assorted Gold burnished and Mottled $!- 2 5 Mirrors. Heavy Plate, Unusual values, at '. ZI....IIZIIZIIIIIIIl-$l- 4 5 You owe it to yourself to come in and talk to us about your requirements EVERY DAY A SPECIAL SALES DAY CHAS. S. LEMONS Good Furniture Moderately

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