The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1934 · Page 2
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(ARK.) COURIER JL \C\ I O 1 T I I I I Lc^T.U I Ij WEDNESDAY, NOVKMBEft 21, 1031 Social Calendar EVEN1S Mrs, TtyjrpiiMprw having Thuib- d$y. Luncheon club, Thursday contract club meeting •with Mis.'J. F, Le»U. Mld-Wctk Bridge club meeting with Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Bible Study church of Christ, 2:30.; P. M, with'Mrs, S. L. Web- CQunlry club dance, 9 pm FRIDAY'S tV&Nia U. D. 6. having benefit card party at home of Mrs A. M Butt, 7:30 p.m. Woman's clwta meeting, 2:30 ym Blytheville People AUtnd Memphis. Dunce. "Forty-two Blythevlllc people were among the 175 guests at the part) given by J. A. Waterman, formcrlj of. iiere and now ol Memphis, 'as evening at 'thc ( SUvcr SVlppcr night club, Memphis The club, with Its silver walls gold lights and large gold ball which hangs from Hie center of (In large ball rooii], made an attraction setting for'the affair During Hi evening spot lights, which llirei shadows' of pastel' rose petals, play cd upon the dancers It was Mr. waterman's biithdas A large birthday cake, decorate »ith rose petals nnd pink candle and flanl<e,d «"h tall pink taper in silver 'candelabra was th<? centerpiece on a long central table. Baskets of roses and chrysanthemums " were at eacu cud. of iffilrs Planned 'or Country Club T|ie country clulj, \vlilcli Is lie "reorganized" following the rrlvnl of (lie new hostess,' Miss lamlnc Hnssett, vv'lll hnvc rst of n series of newly oclal affairs Tliursdny evening: Hnroltl Sutlbury anil Ivis oiclics- m will furnish music for » dunce rom 9 until 1 o'clock mid an in- )<;ii>!> Mcrls. 1 Tile Tuesday Bridge eliib ti'.'is cti- 1'c-1 tertfilnccl by Mrs. Floyd While who the I ECVV«I a two course luncheon nt o>« o'clock. In the bridge- games Mrs Clicsler R. Babcock won the hosiery, Individual cakes, replicas birthday cakes, \Uth ft liny candle f™ r j> on each, carried out Ihe pink andj "£ ; while'color, scheme. Jaclc Richmond'nnd his orchestra furnished music for dancing and al midnight there was a floor show of 10 acts. Among the guests were Mr and Mrs J P. Lentl, Mr and Mrs Paul Gteciiwell, Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Halnes, Mr. .arid Mrs. Rlley B. Jones, Mr and Mrs Dixie Craw ford,'Mr. and Mrs J. Ernest Has fur, Mr and M"s Russell parr, Mr. and Mrs."f 1 . B. Joyner, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Vonmer, Mr. and M>s. W. J. Wundevllch, Miss Maxine Bro*n'0t Luxora and Pay Kic- Haney7Mtes Miriam Joties of Metii- phls and Max Logan, Miss MayUm, Jane winbiitn and F.irmei England, Miss Marguerite Pride and Oliver W. Ooppedgo, Miss Belle Whitsllt and E. B. Lyman, Mr. nnd Mrs W T "Burnett, Mr and Mrs. Louis Wilson, Miss JuHa Carleton Sims* and''Ohatlris^Penn, Mr.' a'nd Mrs. o: W. ''• McCutch.cn, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Pollard, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F.,-Morris,' Mr: nnd: Mrs. 'Hale: Jackson of 'Osceola, : Mr. and Mrs. W.'P Vcazry Jr, formerly of here arid now ot : col<jwatcr, Miss. Mr' and Mrs Ernest Roe, formerly of .here and now of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs Jones> Dunhnm, o! Memphis Mrs Dunhnm is the former orintil Hipper will lie. served at 1:30. In addition to members here will be 11 JHI. ic 15 members have been given he privilege of entchnlnliiK gen- .lemen. This is to be n custom nt ill dunces, with the gentlemen to be guests of the club, For the present the dances - arc•) be weekly affairs nml with the Sunday night suppers, also to - be introduced this week,' wift be failures of the new activities. These suppers, lo be served from 0" until 8 o'clock, will feature Mexican dishes and -plale lunches. Harold Sudbury nnd his orchestra will also piny each Sunday evening, nffnirs will lie very Informal, ticcovdlng to Miss Bassell. Besides these affairs, Die club I Is lo be open each dny from 10 A. M. to 10 P. M. Members have been Invited to drop In- for an evening of bridge, dancing to the radio ar ortliophonic, popping corn, toasting marshmnllows lind chestnin, 1 ; over Hie log fire or a. griine of. ping pong. Miss Bassclt, who has hud « number ol years experience ns hostess nt the San Antonio. Tex- fio, country club, will also be lu charge of. the club kitchen. For time lunches, (tinners and leu menus will be served. The club.lins recently lieim fdr- nished mid oilier Improvements are to be made In addition to the new equipment for the kitchen. • * • legion Auxiliary runs Apilvitles, In. a. meeting ol tile American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday evening at Hie Jicw hul plans for coming by officers, nnd other A wedding In Greenville, Miss, wlileh is of Jnlercsl hero \vas l!i;it o! Miss Helen llcmlren anil Her- barl Ijewls, which o( tfiiests i Sunday, November -I. Justice Geo W, Woodaril performed the ceremony. . Tl\o bride wore a model of bin? and gray Bedford crepe wttti uavs blue accessories. Mrs. I/jwls, »'!)[> is Ihe daughter of Mrs. Union Hammond, Is j gnuliinte of the Cirecnvillc higl school. The bridegroom is the son of Mr and Mrs. Y. Lewis nml is wel known In UlytlicvHIe .where lie llv ed for n number of years More | Roliiit to Greenville last year. !lc| is assistant, manager o[ tlie Tlium MoAn shoe store nt Greenville, where they will make Uielr home. \Viirn:m's C'lull III Kind. The Woman's club will have n business meeting Friday afternoon! 2:30 o'clock, ul the club Imiise, MVB. S, S. Slernberg, president, has nnnounccd. iccn in Memphis several weeks /here she underwent an operation, eturned home yesterday. Mr. Wll- on went down for her. . Mr, and Mrs. Carl Davis ni)d son, Curl jr,, returned liojnc Moiictiiy light. They visited in Black Rock, vlii'i'c they were accomjianlcil by Mrs. j. j|. Davis, who has |>ccn visiting here for l\vo weeks, and In iii'eiiden Springs, Ark, , Mrs. c. w. licale and.son, c. w. r., formerly of Male Rock and now o! Memphis, s]>ctit Sunday here with Mrs. noale'5 father, A. O. Hall, o has been <iullc ill for iwp weeks from n heart attack. Ho ' Is now slightly belter. Miss Ada Huffman Is seriously III nl her home with Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caklwcl! on Hcani street. Miss Lily Scott, of Memphis, was tile gam of Mr, and Mrs, n o. Wlckham and Miss Bess Hall Sunday. ' . , farm Implements and rented her land lo Carl Tcdfonl of casa Ark. mid is moving to Hoi Springs where she will run a hotel. Arthur. Wagner spent last week end In Casa, Ark,, attending the fii/ieraj of Ms sister,'. I Mrs. Marcus ilmbaugh." Alton licva, Melvn, Jdnn, nn<i R 0 y Me- Cann were In Dlythevllla over tha week end. The children «n<r' o ii nrfct- ti\t\nf i.(,i,n, i ... ° Bitsoj News Mostly' Personal . Mrs. Fred Sani\c-| M.Uvlties wore marie ' Miss Marguerite city. Hassan of this Mrs. Proctor Visits American Legion Mrs Howard Proctor, president coininittee chairmen membeni. It was voted to give $10 for baskets for needy families, lo olter n prize of $1 for Ihc best Mdnc essay and n prize of 51 to th* girl the clBhtli grade excelling in courage, companionship, chumc'tcr service- and scholarship, onicers Of this group fire: Mrs S. S. Slernberg, president; Mrs. 'A. M, Wasly^irn, nrst vice president; Mrs. F: l>, Jacobs, second vice p'rcs- idiifit';'Mrs: H.'E. Blaylock': sccrc- !fti'y; Mrs. Edgar Uariira, trcasnv- er; Mrs. C. B. Crlggcr, chaplain; Mrs. Floyd white, liistorian; Iifrs. Lloyd V. Wise, sctgcant-al-Rn«s. Ohalrm.cn are: Mrs. pjit O'Brynnl, clilirt.welfare; Mrs. Ployd While, rehabilitation; Mrs. Hurry W. Unities, AiiicricanLsm; Mrs. Loy Welch, unit »ctlvlUts;.Mrs. w. J. Pollard, nuance; Mrs. Roland Green, Ficlac; .Mrs. E. M. McCall, legislative; Mrs. c. O. Hedinaii, cradle 'roll; M.rs. Ira Crawford: constitution and by-Jaws;'. Mrs. Howard Proctor, poppy sale; Mrs. John V.-. Leivli, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest llassor 'will ictiirn home this aitcrnoot from a three days stay in Memphis us guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jones J minlmm. Before Ucr recent mar rlagc Mrs. Dunham was Miss Mar : gnerlte Hiisson. Mrs. W. H. Ensley ami family lire' vlsilljn; relntlrcs In points o Oklahomn for ten days. Mrs. C. M. Gray, who has been 111 ; now better. Mr. i\iul Mvs. W. J. I'ollavd av in Memphis toilny for a meeting o insurance agents. Mrs. Robert B. I,ce King is i Memphis lodny for n treatment lo n nose ailment. Jlinmie Allen, son ol Mr. an Mrs. n. J. Allen, who lias been I several days from a mouth inicclioi t Sleele-Cootei 1 Society — Personal Miss Jones kiddie hour program over KLCN. Mr. and Mrs. 1,. M. Brooks left st week end for (heir winter home nt I'loj-t Myers, FJa. ' ' Mr. and Mrs, L. C. Siwnccr moved Into their new home Tuesday. Mr. nml Mrs. Wllce Curtner, who' novc'd to Alton two years ago lave returned to Steels to make .Mr home. ' Mrs. Will Cool«; of aollon-.voo;l is seriously Mi <a her home.' Held Kirris is in a critictil eon- lltlon al the Blythevllle hospital Mis. Otis Dcnton Wilson has been returned to licr home from the C'aiw Glrardcau lio5|Htal. Mr. and Mrs. otto Hundhuiisc-n and Mr. and. Mrs.' Ijud Forsytes spent last weekend In wesl Mem- phk as the guests of Mr. and Mrs E, Hiindlmtisen. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Cavness and son Icit Sunday for an. Indefinite visit at Mciccnzie, Tram., with Mrs Cavness 1 mother, Mrs. c T Tray- Mrs. W. R. Lightfoot Heads Half Moon Club fill, of Mrs. t'ortagcville, Mo. Gertrude Slaughter, ol of the Arkansas department of_the American Legion auxiliary, has returned from~ a visit to ex-servico men's hospitals in Ihe slate. She. visited the new hospltaj. al Fayetteville, ;where she spoke, "and also at, the Little Rock hosr.l.Wqmnn's dub mcl . , (In'g button sale; Mrs. 0. E. Crlg- gcr, gold star molliers; Mrs. Bernard Gooch, music. i • t l.Hcniry l>t]>iiTlmrnl Meets. Literary Dcparlinnnl, of the at' the club pital after attentiliig a Joint servic'c school 6f-?Arlcansas, Oklahoma., and Mlssourl-imlls.-lield at ju'dsonia. Son , Boin. Mr. mid- Mrs. Cecil Rcbstpck, of Deeilng,'Mo, are the parent^ of s 10 pound son, born November 18 Mr a'nd Mrs Rebstock arc former.'residents of the' Armorcl community. house yesterday afternoon with Mrs.: James.Hill }r., presiding. Mrs. 'E. P. Blomey'cr gave a review ot the life, ol Carol Miller and Mrs Hill gave a review of "Lamb in His Bosoni." by Carol Miller. Ill the business session the members decided to 'how thclc future meetings in the homes of the mem tiers on the fourth Tuesday In every month. s no better. Mr. and Mrs, , Jim Harwell CorinUi, Miss., Iwve -taken the 1 npurifiient formerly occuplc i)y Mr. and Mrs. .1. \v. Dolcn, wl: have moved back t'o jonesboro. Oscar Hnrduway will spend sci cral days this week In Memphis i the guest of his fiancee, Miss Pal line Stuart. Mrs. SVIIl Crowder and daughters, Misses imogenc and Doris, hnvo rc- lurned from Booneville, where tlicy wove nt Ihe bertsldc of. \Vftllcf Crosv- der. who is seriously ill. lie is slightly Improved, bnt Mrs. Growler will retuvn in a'tew itays to )c with him. Mr. ami Mrs, J. D. McDowell, who hare been making (heir home icre, will leave tomorrow (or Heber Sjirings. Ark., where they will make their future home.. C. A. Cunningham and his sic- Eraphcr. Mls-s Mttsinc Cvcok, are In llairisburg for several days on business. Mr. and Mrs. Lehman Clean, who Miss Audrey Cowcll, youngest tuighter of Mr. Earl Cowcll, and .r. Hoy Wilson, or Denton. were arriecl in n ceremony,. performed /'the Rev. V. E. Butterwqrth; pns- >r of the Christian chureii or. Bly- icville, last week In Blylhuvillc. Mrs. Wilson Is a member of the teele high school junior class, o icrnucr of the basketball team. Dave Marshall was the guest of lonor at u dinner given Wetlnes- ay night by 30 of his friends. It •as a surprise party, given in hon- r of his Hist birthday. The Democratic Women's X'eiHra!) lomniltlce met In the ballroom of he Green Urn last Tuesday ' evc- ilng for the pnfix>se of organizing ml electing officers as follows: Mrs. John Parks' Jr., Steele, preil- lent; Mrs. L. E. Cooper, cooler, vice-president; Mrs. B, I. Edwards lollnnd, secretary; Mrs, Bill'Bivens, rlollancl, corresixindini; 'scprblaiy; Mrs. B. C. Hudson, New Survey, treasurer; Mrs. J. W. Robbins, Stcelc, news reporter. Final plans were made for the Pol Luck supper to be served In tlie salesroom of the '• Leonard Olicv- rdlei- coinptiny on fjovembcr 'JM, when all Democratic ladies.of'Pcm- iscql county ni'e^to attend. v " vl " The County /&sochilion of B. Y. P. U. is bring held.in.Tyler Monday night-. Misses Alma Dcnton and Kalhc'r- inc sliclton have returned Home after visiting In Louisiana. / Mr. mid Mrs: Abncr Ashcrolt had as their guests over tile week end Misses Riilii Tucker and Gladys Paly, ot Cootcr. . ' ' Mrs. F. E. Waters lias sold licr Hospital Notes Admitted to |)i c " BlyUicvlHo hos- «rn '' Mts ' "W" 01 " 1 Bryan and William ' Bryan. Cooler, Mo • dis- mssed, Archie : Lovelace city' Mrs. James Hill jr., chairman tile Literary department of th Woman's club, has prepared a comprehensive study lor this winter's study. Mrs. Hill, who has become widely known since she moved here, is also outstanding In church and oilier c-lnl) affairs. She is president ot the Delphian pine Arts club. Mrs. W. R. LighUoot was eleet- d president of the Half Moon ipme Demonstration ' club at a iislness meeting Monday al the mining kitchen. She will lill ha vacancy left by the rcsigna- lon of Mrs. Oliver Gray, the onner Miss iTlielma Hcdbiini, who moving lo Texas soon. ' Mrs. Hershel Alexander was elcott'ri secretary jimlf treasurer o .succeed Mrs, Enri Walker, who Is moving to Ulylhevillc. Mrs Icnry Buck continues to serve Ihc club HS reporter ajitl Mrs, Olllc Giiine.s remains as vice-president. Committee women arc Mrs. T. Alexander, Mrs. B. p. Gay and Mrs. j. n. Buck. Plans were made to finish the quilt, which has already been sold. The proceeds were applied to Ihs purchase of a meat saw and other articles for use in canning beef. Three, Uecvcs were canned lust week with good success. Half Mouu News Notes Mrs. John Hamion and Mrs. Henry Buck were guests last week of Mrs. Hiuwoii's brother, Jim Greenville, Miss,, Is visitliig nother, Mrs." Allen Baker: Mrs. Hershel-- Alexander. iier| Mrs. Tom Alexander' will entertain] Saturday night- with a shower for Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Gray, who are moving to Texas soon. MIS.' Gray, before lier nitmlagp last week, was Miss Thelma ficdburn Mr, and Mrs. Henry Buck 1 anil daughter and Mrs. Earl Walker nnd children visited Irlemls at, Huirniiin, Ark., Sunday afternoon Mrs. Buster Shelton hud. as hei guests last week her mother ami 'sther, Mr. and Mrs. Rlley, ol Memphis. Mrs. Leslie Peoples Is visttim licr' brother, Earl Baker, at Own Mo., this week. ' Mrs. J. S. Chandler is vlsltln; relatives at Reiser, Ark., this week Read Cotirttr KCWB want Arts, SHORTE COLDS PROVED BY 2 GENERATIONS J Read Courier News Want Ads. N'ow I.ucaied at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor ill makes ot rebuilt Typewriters, MMng Machines and Calculators Repalrin^-Patts—Ribbons nrc nnn- honeymooning in Mexico nnrt (he Hio Gr&nde valley, will a turn home by the cdasl route. He fore her recent mnrrlngc Mrs. Ocan \vns Mrs Penn Moore i'liiliips. Mrs. clarence Wilson, who has FAULTLESS APPEARANCE « Service Is A Ha tit Wortk Cultivating FaulUfcSs" appearance m ;i y ba Was. if you. give your clothinir \1\e benefit of good cleaning rci;- i)»riy. Yon'll find Unique clean- desirable because every gsr- uenl is perfectly finished and de' yered to. your door on time . . • Service To Ik Depended Upon. 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