The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1934 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 1, 1934
Page 5
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>Y '>'-« *•> THURSDAY, NOVEMBER • 1, • 1934 BLYTHEVlLliE, (AUK.) COURIER Osceola • 4 Society — Personal Mrs. BiuxUm Bragg cntcrlnlncc) llic Wilson-Oseeolu bridge club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. lien Butler and Mrs. Charlie Cole- iniui were guests. Mrs. Butler won lilgli score prize and Mrs. Rny Wilson second iiigli. * . * * Mrs. Jimmle Prather ana Mrs. ''"• wU 1511150 " entertained 33 bridge party nf^ Hie Fisher. Miss JuUa Craig won sec- ond'high, pillow slips, .and Mrs, Kalpli llagen won Ihe cookie jar which was the traveling prize. The Hallowe'en motif WHS carried out in the salnd course which was served. • • • Congressman w. j. Driver visited Ciwlcy Riiigo Park, near I'araEOiild, Tuesday ortcrnoon. The park Is being constructed by the uoys or the c.o.o. camp. «cn Butler was in Little Rock Tuesday on business. Congressman Driver spoke to a larsc gathering at the Methodist Sunday Scliool Tuesday night on "The New Deal and its Administration." Steele-Cootei- Society — Personal At n business meeting of the Steclc woman's club in the home of Mra. A. D. Abcvnathy, the following officers were elected and installed: president, Mrs. A. D. Abcrnalliy; vice president, Mrs, M. A. Musses'; secretary. Mrs. B. f. Melton;. treasurer, Mrs. D. A. Collcns; child development chairman, Mrs. Mcrvln Wells; reporter, Mrs. Samuel My rout; Game and •song leader, Mis. Eel Marsh; Project leader, Mrs. J. A. Wallace. New members to the club are iilmiy.s 'welcome. Misses Jessie Owens and Thel- iiiii Lnrue. graduates of Slccle liigh school tills year, arc in Memphis taking a business course. Mr. ami Mrs. A. T. Aslicroft ami .'.ons, of La Vnllc, spent last, week end here with Mrs. J. R. Jones,mother of Mrs. Ashcroft. Dinner guest. 1 ) oj Mrs. Jones Sunday were Mr. and M«. J, Tucker and children and Mr. and Mrs. Abner 'slwralt and SOT, James «>»«. Mrs. Stella Turley, o[ capo Olr- anleau, Is here tills week attcud- 1ns lo business and vlslllng friends. Mrs. Turley, district deputy o[ harmony cnmi> 10*18 R'. N. A., had a meeting for (he lodge Tuesday night. Mrs. Joy Van Anilnirgi of Jack£011, and Miss Anna'Mae Smith, of Memphis, have returned to Cooler lo complete the school term leaching Jn the school them. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Waters, of St, Louis, have been the guests W'MK^Walers' mother, Mrs. F. E. Wnjifrs, of cooler., They were ac- compntjle^d. h.efne %' Mr. and Mrs, Ho v i|\er.:\yji)ej[5K!W)!9 -.will be (heir euesls! for' an*indefinite time. Mt- lle Bobljlc Waters Is staying with his grandmother .while his parents arc nway. Miss Kathryn Jones had as her guests over the week end Mr. mid -Mrs. w. A. Howies and children, ol Memphis. Mrs. Howies was formerly Miss Ruth Held, of Cooler. Mrs. Raymond 1'crry mid Miss Mary Jewell Ashcr were visitors In Ulylhci'ille Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Dell Johnson has returned to her home In Indiana after a visit here with her, sister mid husband, Dr. and Mrs. T. s Cooper. Mrs. C, C. Limbougli, who has been ill for some lime, is improved. Mira Cecil Wagstcr, of Chicago Is the suest of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Q. C. Wngslcr. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Docrucr .•ind Mr. and Mrs. ocorec liurnctte spent the Jailer part of last, week In Poplar Bluff visiting relatives of Mr. Burnette. Miss Vein Richards, of the Fashion, spent the latter part of the week in Memphis. L. C. Spencer Is confined to his home by illness. Spencer Owens and sister. Miss Marie, have returned home alter a visit with relatives in Oklahoma. Miss, Owens is primary teacher in Oak Ridge this year. . Mr.-and Mrs. Fred Cope-hind, of New Madrid, were guests of relatives in Cooler Sunday. Mrs. Mike O'Kellcy iias returned to her home at Savannah, remi., after., & visit here as gucsi of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Charlie Southern. Miss Virginia File is spendiii!; this week in Portageville with relatives. lieece News 'euesis of Mrs. wifkiiw' mother, who ho Warner is suffering with on uttsck ot ns tliimi uud malaria. Mrs. E. £. Evans received a dip Miss Violet Taylor sivnl SuiuJay with Miss Ruby Dickson. , , -•• - ------- •- ~ .. ...p Among the guests of Mrs, Ida p "ft "•»'"» ^^ '«»"•• »*pcr kins and family Sunday were Mr. S 1 " 1 ' 1 * ."'".' llBI ' ' CW5tl1 - Rob5tt and Mrs. clarence Smith and fum- sl ' ccl f' . l" n or ln Jackson high lly. Mr. nnrt \<m ProiiHii ii-,>nii.i,,. "hool, hud teen ofl?red $1.000 tor scenario whtoh j rs. carence Smt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Freddy Faulkln- mow and family, of NeUlelon, Mr. and Mrs. E. v. Wilson, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ewart. All's. Ernest Hrirael and daughter Sl>cnt Sunday with Mrs. Drlzzcl's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. B. A. Jordan. Mrs. M. K. Skelton and Clenavn Skelton are spending a few days vlsUinjf Mrs. Skelton'.s dnuglitcr in Missouri. Miss Jnnle V. Jordan U visiting relatives In Tennessee this week. No. 8 and Vicinity Maxlnc, small (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. w. L. Jenkins, is seriously 111 with pneumonia and liver :in:l spleen trouble. ' Mr. and Mrs. V, T. Halle urn) family spent Monday hi the home of Mr. Halle's brother, i:. tiaili; of Gosnell, Ark. Mrs. G. M. Lawhorn and w. C. I'lusli Clark liavc purchased Fords. new . Mrs. Howard O'Kanc is sti'lous- ' ' ly ill. Mtss Mabel Hamlett. who hus . been seriously ill for several months, suffered a relapse since returning from a Memphis hospital and is now in a critical condition at her home here. Mary O'Kane spent Saturday night with her grandmother, Mrs. Mary Fuller, who" lives with Mv. and Mrs. im" fuller at Cooter. Mr. and Mrs. :Evcrett Wilkins and daughter, Donna Ellzabelh were Saturday r.:Jhl and Sunday 'Hie Schlppcrkc poodle doj is the only breed of canines which is bom tailless. -.; Chest Colds Don't let tliem gel a slranglc Mold. Figlit them quickly. Ciconnil- sion combines 7 helps In one. Pow erful hut haimlcjis. Plensnnt to take. No narcotic.'!. Your own clnig- Blst Is anlhqrizcti lo refund your money on-tlic sjjot if your cough or cold is not relieved by Crco- nmlsion. Ad v Brothers In (lie near no«il Courier News Want .-uis. moving [iicturo he recently subjnltUM lo Warner Brothers, The scenario was deduced by 11 i'epresentilth 1 *' of vvnnicr Brothers lo eoinpuri! favorably with the best work of Hollywood writers who have been writing scenarios for Scars. Young Sheets Is now work- Ing on a new scenario, 'The Death Parade,", which will be submitted LAY STOP GtTTING UP Nights-Backache Klihifjs 1'olsons nf Waste .Matter, mill Acid When your kidneys are clogged and your bladder Is Ivrilateil ai:d passage scanty and often smarts am! burns you need O«W Medc.! Haarlem Oil Capsules, a fin> harmless stimulant and diureltr Dint always works and cost.-; bit; D5 cents at any modern elm;; store. 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