The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1934 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 25, 1934
Page 4
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I'AGB FOUR COUKlEtt NEWS crcLeit^ PLeur^ Social Calendar '< THURSDAY'S EVENTS ' Mrs. Hurry W. Haines having Mfd-Week Bridge club, American Legion auxiliary having breakfast for U. D. C. members, Hotel NoWe. 7:30 A. M. Unveiling of Ulythcville bouldei program, at Mahnn park, 9 A. M U. D. C. business session, Hole Noble, 10 A. M. Luncheon for U. D. C. members nt Woman's club, 12 M. FRIDAY'S LVENTS Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise and Mrs Fred Child having bridge and rook benefit parties at Child resl dence, 2:3p P. M., and 8 P. M. Mrs. J. P. Lent! and Mrs Russell Farr having brldjjc party at Parr home In evening for Miss Marguerite Hasson, bride elect, SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. S. Gescll and Mrs. J. Neal Gesetl having bridge aiirt i-ook party at Country club, 2:30 p. m. 1'. li. 0. Mods. The !>. E. O. organization had Its , regular afternoon meeting at the home of Mrs B. A. Lynch Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. H. 11. llou- chins co-hostess. There were ten members present, who heard the •Interesting and educational lalk .'.-" given by Oscar Fenrtler on the "I-\xl- crol Housing Act." A salad course was served. On NovomUer 14 Ihls group will have a luncheon meeting nt the home of Mrs. Ji. P. Klretmer, willi Mrs. Uaker co-hostess, ' Son Bnrn A son was born yesterday 10 Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Martin Jr., lit the family residence on Chlck- nsa\vba 'Ave. O. Bitt oj Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. A, Conway liad as their guests over the week end Mrs, Conway's uncle, .?. T. Sparks, ami Mr. and Mrs. I'aschol Parker, of Liberty, Mo., and Mrs. diaries Klrkpatrick, of Charleston, Mo. Mrs. J. c. Webb, who is a,patient in the Jonesboro hospital, is much improved, and Mrs. Lucy McAclams, •who has been witli her, is reluming home this afternoon, accompanied by Mrs. Lex Cliamblln, who Is driving over for her. Charles Ray Ncwcomb, formerly of here and now' of Shrcvcporl, La., Is visiting here. James Mosely is a patient al the St. Joseph hospital of Memphis. William Easley, who has been in Ihc United States Marine for a number of years, has arrived home to be with hts parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Easley. Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson Is In the Memphis Baptist hospital where she will undergo an operation today or tomorrow. Mr. Wil- EOH, who accompanied her there Monday, returned here last night and went back to Memphis today. - Dr. and Mrs: I. R. Johnson arc attending to business in St. Louis for a few days. J. C. Bohannihg, of Louisville, Ky., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Boha-ming and family for n week and will yo to Jonesboro lor a visit with Mr. and Mrs Pleas Secoy before returning home Mr. and Mrs. John Wright rc- . turned to their homes In Halls Tcun., yesterday after having bcci called here by the death of thci. niece, Miss Sarah .McGregor. Whili here they were guests of Mi- Wright's brother, George, and sister, .Mrs. Lily Sisk. h'n, Miss., to visit in the l,ome"of Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Carter. Re\ Carter, who has lioen in Blythcville for the past 16 months, is returning to his home In Dublin Miss., lodiy. Mrs M. o. Armstrong, o! Ma»no id Miss., W ni b p cild ,„„ wliu - r with her daughter, Mrs. E. W. Sim- Stecle-Cootcr Society — Personal Mrs. Lonnlc Jordan was hostess to Ihe Jolly club, of Cooler, with u bunco parly Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Glen While won high ssore piine, Mrs. Guss Cooper low score, ml Mrs. White bunco prize. Next Wednesday night Mrs. T. K Brig. ;iiilcc will be hostess lo a Ifallo- ve'en party for Jully club members and Ihclr husbands. 4 * * The Woman's Missionary society )f the Methodist church met with Mrs. George liurncU Monday af- eriioon with an attendance of 1C lumbers. Mrs. R. C. Slcele jr. gave 'ie balance of a book report on nissions. This book reprot has been going on for several weeks. Tile nexl meeting w|ll be with is. Hayjiioud Brooks next Alon- lay afternoon, Buddy Forsylhc transacted busi- oss In Memphis Saturday. Miss Wanda Roilgcrs, of Iluff- mn, Ark., has moved lo Cooler J attend school this winter. Mrs. Frank Gutlirlc and children, lale of Norfolk, Va., are the louse guests of Mrs. Rulh Law- ion and Miss Eunice Gulhrlc' this reek. They will leave Sunday for lieir new home at San Franciso, Calif. Miss Lola Walker, of Cincinnati, ., who has been visiting friends t Trczaviint, Tei.u, arrived hi Cooler Saturday lo spend two '•eeks In the home of Mr. ami Irs. E. W. McCann. Mr. ami Mrs, Clint Coleman and lillclrai. of Dexter, spent" last vcek end here as the of Mr "d Mrs. J. R. RussjJI mid family] Miss Mildred Mooncy, of Cnire jirurdeau, spent lust week end icrc wllh relatives. She left Moil- lay to begin work at' Caruliiurs- 'illc. Miss Mollie Lee Bates, of Cnr- ilhcrsvllle, spent ' last week end icre with friends. Lcc Ycngor and Uurrlll Lowcry if Slute Teachers' College, Cape ilrni-clcau, spent last week end here with (heir parents. The [laughter born to Mr. and vlrs. Limlscy Smith Friday hus iccn named Jerry J/ytm. Mrs. Munny Nmimu-y, of Cape 311-ardeau Is atlenUIng to biisi- icss here this week. • ' Miss Juliette Frnnk, of Cape alrardcan, s|x?nt last, week end ici-c with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Frank. y Mr. and Mrs.. Andrew Mooncy -id family, of Gosncli, were here Sunday as the guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Fred llundhaiiscn. Mrs. A. L. Jordan and baby Will last week with Mrs. Jordan's Jaients at Heber Springs, Ark. Harry Wilson nnd Virgil Mc- Jlannahan, of St. Gencvievc, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs Cuba Hlgdon. Betty McCutchen Chosen High School Grid Queen Miss Dclly MeCutchen. daughter ' Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. MeCutchen, .iis been elected football queen of the city high school for this year. She will be crowned at the JOncsboro-Blythcvllle game Friday Nov. 3. Mtss McCulchen. who Is Junior In high school, allcmlcd St Mary's at Memphis for the past .wo year.s until this term. Mrs. J. 1!. Uhles, of Grccmva; Mrs Ark., is Ihc houseguesl of Mollle Manning this week. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Brooks entertained Mr .and Mrs. Parker Coleman, Pete Colcman, and Basse Steelc, of Long Beach, Calif dinner Tucsiiay. Mrs. M. A. Masscy and daughter, Mary Jewclia, spent last week end at Jackson attending M Conference. at E Mr. nnd Mrs. Doiph Mnrtin are entertaining with a formal party next week .honoring Mr. and Mrs. Gin-vis Mnrtin, who are leaving to make their home nl Eimisvillc ind. Mrs. Martin was. before hei marriage on October 13, Miss Dorothy Smith, of Micola, sister c Mrs. Harbcrl Hudgins. of Steelc. Mr. and Mrs. Paul D. Combs an r, Joan, of Los Annele, vho an Armorcl, Ark., were visiting friends In Ihls vicinity Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. T. K. Kelson, Jesse Caldwcll, and Mrs. N. L. Meadows, were in Cii]>c Ghardeau Monday.' Dr. nnd Mrs. L. u. Cooper and K. VV. McfJanii spent the first of the week in St. Louis consulting a specialist for Mr. McCunn. Mesdamcs Sims Mlchlc, Parker Coleman, Ncwberry Johnson, and Gerald Brooks mid Miss Maude Alice neasley spent Monday In "emplils. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cox, jr., of Osccoln, Ark., were (jurats of Mr. and Mrs. G. Ci. Travis Sunday. Miss Op:il Earls i attending a commercial chool in Memphis, having left Sunday. Clyde Iludglns. of Little Rock and R. o. Iliidglns, of Lonokc, were business visitors liere Tuesday. Will Open Canning Kitchen Monday ,'i'hc Wylhevillc conimuiiitv kll- chen will open NfomlHy w llh ^ J- VV. Adams In charge pmnle to V c"?i a,™"'' VC S C '«'>'« or meat wilh her at the office Vine ^V™^- l - ta " «wnt. m. Soutlieast Missouri Appointments , Mo. - The . C. c. Barunardt, Daslor of local Methodist Clurcl ,v«s «H"nie<| lo Ills post for a tl d ,?** of tlie «•»»'S tJioUtet EjUscoiiiii con- at. Jackson, " inH Steele Alumni Group Names Committees STEELE. Mo,—Committees of the Stcclc High School Alumni nssocja- .lon for (be school year -1934-35 lave been named aj /olloivs: Prcsidcnl, Mrs. Eloise Earls- Iln- ince committee, Miss Imogenc Manning, Miss Helen Copelaiul, K S. Woi-kmnii and c. B. Soiitherir (Iccorallqn, Byron Weaver, Co'nrad Frame, Mrs. Irene Shccley, Mrs: Olhclla Bales, Mrs. Elsie Bargcr Miss olga Koury, Lloyd Marshall, Alher Earls, Mrs. Kathleen Mlc'liic fomiiiy.Prnkcs and Ben Burns ' Plans arc being made for a Hnl- iowecii bingo 1)ar ty and dance. Promised Land League Will Give Box Supper A box suppor will be given Friday niElit by Ihe Epworth League of r ,'"5«l Land. Everyone Is invited Ihe Junior class of 'Promised -and Sunday school met, •Sunday afternoon al Hie home of'"Their teacher, Miss Lola Thompson Lo Plan a Hallowe'en party. Lepanto Canning Kitchen Ranks Highest in State LEPANTO, Art-Mrs. Kan chis- ™lm, supervisor of the Lepanto SRA canning kitchen, hns been informed that the kitchen j, erc w «s eadlng the state in tl\o amount of vegetalilcs canned. The 'l/cpanto Kitchen has 26,082 cmis to date to Us credit. c d ^the appointinents. Tlic appointinents included- Cardwcll clreult, Oscar Aiiclin- C/ooler circull H L W ' (supply); •- • ' waggoner Woods Comer; „.„ Hori\ersville, C. N. , vo ?. M. Love; Scnutii-°ilarke5'.s . J, G. R. Ellis; steelc and ,—.land, M. A. Massey. Box Supper at Dodwood .There will ue' a box supper at Dogwood Hidgo Friday night Ocl^J™ l . h ? tocni of u« i-i- Hospital Notes Admitted: A. J. Caldwell, Car- uthersvllle, Mo. Dismissed: Dixie Manila. U. D. C. Essay Contest Winners Are Announced Woodrow Hall, son of Mrs. Hcn- tlerson C. Hall of this city, won honorable mention In one of the Slate contests s|x>nso) p ed by the Arkansas division of the United Daughters of Ihe Confederacy. Announcement of the awards was made at Hie historical program last night by Mrs. Jolm pfunlski of North Little Rock, state essay chairman. Other winners were: High school —First, Francis Hawks Govnii, Marianna; Sophye Lillian Met?, Helena; Margaret Woolfolk, Marlon; Second, John Homer, Hcbiia; Mildred Couch, Magnolia; Marion Drown, Marlanna. Grammar)scho3l —First, Samuel Moliley, Helena, jMary Ii.icc, Helena, Frank Burke, 'Helena; Second, Joe Leroux, El Dorado, Alda Smith, E! Dorado, Bill Moore Chirk, El Dorado. Honorable mention went to Melba Glbl;s, El Dorado, Muriel Ford, El Donidj Jessie Scotl, Fort Smith. Herman Davis Mementoes Presented to Delegates Delegates to the United Daughters of the Confederacy convention here Tuesday, Wednesday and today, were presented hand made silhouettes of the Herman Davis me- morinl at Manila, H miles west of here, by students of the city schools. The Herman Davis memorial is in memory of the world war hero, cited by General Pershing as third in Ihc list for bravery. He lived near Manila. Half Moon Bingo Party There will bo a bingo party n-i- lay nlBht at the naif Moon school CAIU) OF THANKS We wish,(0 express pur appreciation to all our friends who were so thoughtful of us tluriuL' the recent illness and death of our lauglilcr, Ruby Neal. They helped lo lighten our burden 6f sorrow and make our lives more beariible. Dr. and Mrs, J. 'R. Neal. LOST : Key ring with three Ford and one Hcsume Nlghl Duly CLEVELAND. (UP) — Cleveland policewomen are to resume a 24- hour shift basis, abandoned a year ago, following orders from Police Chief George J. MntowUz that their services are needed at night. Head Cornier News Want Ads. THURSDAY. OCTOBER. 2&, l<j fost Office box keys. "N" Courier News. * Keward, 25-uk-29 -«.v KENT THREE Room Furnished' Aparl- iJiicnl. Call -iao. , j J 2 5c ktf For REAL Protection Phono 191 CLAHK-WILSON AGENCY General Insurance 'We Pay AH Losses With sx Smile" James 13. Clnvk - Baker Wilson | V Your own druggist U authorized ID jCnectfuHy refund your money on the spot ;H you are not nlievcd kf Grcomuliwa. Easy on Hal's stomach BECAUSE- Ekron News A'oies Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ashahranncr 1 sp:nt, the week C i:il at Jonesboro I \^crc they visited Mrs. ner's mother. . Little Bertram Austin, .son of Jfamp Austin, was taken to the Bljlhevillc hospital Monday. He is very ill vvlth pneumonia ami malarial fever. George and Poricr Smith, and Tom Hill attended th e shHii» convention on Little Hiver Sim- day. Miss French, who lias been living at Manila, has moved to Kkron and is no w making her home with Mr. and .Mrs. Porter Smith. Read Courier Kews Waul Ads. Thousands or Women Sa Why is it thai I can eat so many biscuits now? What's different oboul these. Nan? That's cosyl These biscuils arc digestible, Jim—Ihe/re mode with Cnsco, Ihe digestible vegetable shortening. CRISGO digests KEO. u. £. (At. crc. Crystal Clea LARK. 000 HO K cli'ai- as rcllcction in a mountain lake - . So sheer and llalleniijj - - Vet \vidi Lurk wood's famous Vani|i- toe stvongili, ample reinforccmouls and carefully tailored lines. I.OM-lv l.arkuood colors Like or? a drd lir.\uty \ulli this IH-W «;iy ninkiiii; hosiery. Crvslal Cltar l{in.i;k'ss l.arkwood Hose The FAJ ,10K API'i.KIJAUM JflLI11 AT A PRICE Dependable quality . . . merchandise that .will give you long and satisfactory service at a price that is fair. For over 32 years Joe Isaacs has been giving- you such values and today is no exception . . . our store is chock full of new seasonable dependable and style right merchandise for the entire family, at moderate prices. 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