The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 30, 1934 · Page 2
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KLYTHKVILIB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS C*ll me*tiftg of the' Board of TtuMets uid meiiibcis of Ihc Woman* Club it home of Mrs. 6. S. Bltmbtrg, 7'30 p. m. Miss Bernice Crafton Weds Mr. U. A. Gcnlry Miss Bemlcc Craftbil, Iromcrly ot thU cily and now of Lllllc Rock, and. Mr. U. A. Gentry,, of LHUe Rock, were united in marriage ycetcrday hi thai cily. The Rev. C. M. Reves read the service at his home. They are now oh a VKldlrtg trip lo Florida and Culln. .I'll* bride Is popularly known here »het* ahe was employed by law firms for ,a nuinber of years. She went 16 Little Rock about U-o years »go lo be employed In Governor , J. M. Futtell's office and Jatci btcame rcpoitcr'Jor the Arkansas Pact Finding Tribunal tinder P. A Laslcy, also lormei'ly of here. •Mr. Gentry la a former slntc senator and practiced' law al, Hope before ho Y.SU, appointed insurance commissioner by Oovcrnoi Futrell In JanUaiy, 1833. School A Profnra tThc Lange school pupils Rave ine following program Wednesday in celebiatlon of Thanksgiving: song; siory "Tlic Pilgrims" Blllie Jarretl; story "The First Tliiinks- glvjng 1 OersWInc Kills; .pocni "A Thanksgiving Ride of the 'Pumii- fcins" Margarol Jcnn; poem "November" Qeraldine Fisher; song •Thanksgiving Pic' tccond smite; poem "Tutuum Days" Boncctfl LUCHS, song "Sad Mister Turkey" thinl giado, piny "The i'irst ThanUylvinu ' fouiUi grade; piny "Scenes from Pilgrim Life" fifth grade. « * * P. f. O. Mecli. The nine members of- llic local P- E O chapter who altende'd the meeting at the- home of Mrs. C. W. AHllcIc Wednesday afternoon heard Mrs Chester R. Bibcock give u ccn- stUuuon.il quiz. . Members of the country club danced at tlio club last evening to the music of Harold Sudbury and his orchestra. • j The ball room wns arranged in nlglH club fashion with small tables around and the lounge funii- '.HVC near the lipMed tlrcplncc. At Intoriulsslon pig sandwiches iwlalo chl|xs, and drinks were served. Among those present were Miss Dorothy Ycnger flnd Baxter Southern, stcclc, Mb,, nnd their guest Don Stiydcr, J'oiicn city, okla., Or' Joe Beasley, Slcele, , w ho is attending Tnlanc university nl New Orleans, Mr. ami Mrs. L. c. n. Young Osceola, Mrs. Eugene still, Plymouth, N. C.. houscgitcst of MIV and Mrs. c. S. Stevens, Miss Nancy Montgomery, Springfield, Mo,, guest of Miss i>ogg y Mckcel, E. T- HDnt, Little Rock, who is vIslLtiig ins brother, auorge M. Hunt, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Joe Klrby, i>nra- goiild. • * • Muste Club Meets. iS club met. Wudni-cdny afternoon at tho home or Mrs. 11. Lian-<fs Issued. Among the marriage licenses issued uiis neck from Ilia Bljllic- \UlB oftce of the county coiirt clerk \>el6 MI: Mi» Iris O'Neal and Arthur H. Bliiglmm. both ot Blylhc- vDlc; Miss Ruth Prlchard and Beu Roy Aycock, both oj Cahilliersvlllc, »y the Rev. V. E. Clialfaiil. pastor of the LRltfi street Melhodisl' church; ,M»s,«Bonnte Smith/ and Tom Broun, both of Manila....: ', • -I ' • •.••'••'.. Son Bom ......... .' .. .. V. Mr.,- snd • Mrs. d. N. Long',' 4i)8 north Sifclh Street, announce the birth of an eleven pound son ul their hbm<S on Sunday, November 24 The child has been imnicd Joe Max. , , ' ------ ""••' »"ii mis. l,n.uigc Hamilton co-hostess. Mrs. Murray Smart was chairman of the pro- Brain oii "Ultra-Modem Music" Miss Margaret Mori-Ill played "Unto ' by Cyril Scot 1. A Irln, composed of Mrs, p. L. TlpUm. Mrs. Russell Fiirr, and Mrs. ocorge M. Leo sniW By the Bend of the nivcr' 1 and Allans Holuliiy." Mrs. Joe Tj-lesch- man gave n lalk, "n, 0 Secret of Ultra-Modern Music," by Schom- Mrs. Mun-ny Siuurt played ' «»•»«» u, aeo,- BC at Armory. Members of lli c local national guard and a number of visitors had a dance at the armory In.sl evening, lolloping & banquet served 100 guests, »lih' 60 joining the p3 n y later for dancing • M^ tyf* ior d » nc '"g was given Miss Thompson antl D an Jones. Included IQ the guests were Major and Mrs. Ivy w. Crawford and Mr. and Mrs Sam Langdon of Pe- V^' i ;, h ° usc *!«*k of Dr. mown; A M. Washburn. Has- Club. ot the Wednesday dub and Mrs. Everett, B if$ % ? r /L glKsts ot Mrs - w - •>• Pol- Jard at the country duu for luncheon and » bhdgc gartic. The tso small tables were nr- ranged before the flreplace of "he «h "x™. "Sa'nst a background of rta Tn and h l°" rso lncn » Dirtclors and WI\». d Mri> - B A antl « witli ™tcr- ol com duck I the lc, in : lablc A fi>e course menu wils sm . cfl FoottwII Boys Feted. ^Uftt ' DAIRY 74 laincd will] n turkey dinner nl the high school last evening In honor of the football boys of llic oily lilgli school who yesterday closed " perfect, record for the scnson. Tlic home economics room was attractively . decorated In t h e Thanksgiving motif nnd llie four course menu wns serml from mi appropriately arranged (able.' Mosl of the boys, Mr. Llmlsey, nnd Carney Laslle, coach, spoke In- lornmlly. Country Club Um I'. Patterson, Mrs. George "o ; ss-'-Alce^MDl Stuttgart ,: Ark., -rand Miv''Miir'll C The hostesses served fruit ea'ko w-un ivhlpjlcd crciiin niul coffcd to Ihc eighteen members present. Caruthersville Man Married at Stuttgart 'MO;'"— The of , ., irn It onrad, of .this city, was iihiiouno cd this week. The ceremony wns Kiformcd nt Sluttgart, Novemb-r 18 by the Bov. J. H. Kloimninl, psis- tor, of the Lutheran church Ihcrc. The bide is the. daughter of D . Mahle of Stuttgart. She is a graduate of the hlgli school of that city, nnlshing wttlv the class of 1927. Lni cr s |, e utlcnried si Joseph's School »f Nursing at Hot springs, graduating In j unc O f this year. The groom is the sou of Mrs I-' W conrjid, formerly of Augiistn' ., where he was employed by a lumber concern. He cnme to Ihis My lasl August as bookkeeper for the vaiidlvoorl Lumber company Like his bride, Mr. Conrad graduated from the Stult 8 art schools nl 1927. After graduation he was employed by Ihc Arkansas-Missouri Lumber company of lhal city later moving i o Augusta. Those who walk on Delaware's highways at night nre required lo csrry a lighted lantern or a white handkerchief. CARD OF THANKS We the relatives of Birdie Mne .ooch, wish to .express our appreciation for the beautiful flora! offerings nnd kindness shown during our hours of sorrow by both white and colored friends. Cnnulle Summagc, sislcr Aline Wilkerson, sister. Lorinc Luster, dnughicr. Bih oj MoslJy Persona' Miss Knltterlnc Davis, (it Amory, Miss., Is llic guest o! Miss Wnrrcnc Btownlci) lor several days, Accom- pnnled by Misses Zelma :uul Zola Craflon lliey have gone to Memphis todiiy. Mr. lind Mrs. A. CJ. BhlbtCy had, as Ihclr gucsls yesterday Mrs. N. C, Ramey nnd daughter, Matilda, of Memphis. Miss'Jeanne Harrison, who attends Mississippi Synodicni college nl Holly Springs, accompanied, by schoolmates Miss Jessica Blaylock o! Marlon, M«., nml Miss MnUrm Jane Ambrose of Detroit, Mich., will arrive tomorrow to he guests of Miss Harrison's parents, Judge nnd Mrs. Zul i). Harrison, for the week end. Mrs, Harrison will motor lo Memphis for them. Mr, and Mrs. clUIonl Joyner. Miss Minnie Matthews, Frank Wlitlwoiih and I-'armcr ftnyliuid. re- lumed Ihls morning Ifoin Blnnliu;- ham, Ala., wlicre Ihcy allcnilcd llie Alnbanin-Vandcrljllt game. Miss Hni>.cl Whilnini Is In Arka- dclphla, Ark., for llie week eucl. Mrs. Sam Florinan and children spent yesterday in Memphis with relatives ol Mrs. Flonnan. Mr. nnd Mrs. j. K Lnnsford iiave na thell' giiests Mr. aiid Mrs. J. D. Lunsiord mid biiby. of Tupelo, Miss, Mrs. Joel chnndlcr and son, Joel, fire lil L,lltlc Hock for a lew days. Bclhtmy FAUglil and Preston tta- iney, who allcnd Arkiinsas Slate college at, Joiiejjbora, are siiciullnf the holidays with their pnicnls, Misses Mfiry Sjinlii U.vcy ,-iiid Isulwl i3rnndon arc In nli-mhujliinti for Ihc foolball gnmc as Riicst.s of Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Flowers, sls- ler nnd brother-in-law ot Mis. M. O/ usrcy. They were joined there by Miss Juno KouhllUky, formerly oi here and iiow of Columbus, Miss. Miss Allycc Nelson, who teaches school nl Parkin, Ark., is at liolne for (he holiday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jones J. Dunham, of Memphis, speiil yesterday wllh Mrs. Dunlinm's paroiils, Mr. ujul Mrs. J. Ernesl llasson. -R. A. Nelson, a sludcnl, ul Ar- kuiisas Slak; collcyi.', ,loneaborii, is aiKiidiny; the Tlmnksglvlng holldity ill home. 1/e lias,us his giiesl Thad Brown, of .Jonesboro. .. . iioy Nolsoti 1ms gone to Arlliig- ton, Ky., for scvcrnl days sltiy Sn'ilh -elstlvcs or bis jjlothoij, v.- • •••*•!** O. T.- Hiiiil v " of! Littlc Hock',' Is • IjiV (iuesl ol his brother .acoruu M llilnt. Dr. James Wilson ol Memphis professor o[ French at aoiilluvesl- crn, is. the guest of u r . and Mrs. M. O. Usrcy loday. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Benlley had us their giiosls yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Olliiip, and sons. Curtis, and John ' and Mrs, John Oltijip, of Memphis' Mrs. Mueller ami son and Mrs Evans Mcce of Goldust, Tomi, Mayor nnd Mrs. Cecil Shane have s their guests Mr. and Mrs. /. Hush, of Piirngould. Minnie !/» nnd nllly Leggetl Imve as Ihelr guests their cousin, have gmie to Shaw, Ln., foi : lt ,, tlays stay with relatives. Fiiy AlcJfnncy imrt" Miss Miixlno Brown, of Lu.xoin, altcntlcd a danco In Mrjiiphls Insl cvenfng, Betty Phillips, who underwent a minor operation upon her toe ul llie Memphis flaptist hospilul Wednesday, returned home lodny. She was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Russell Phillips ACHES ndPAINS - dut£ to: furtotltuwL? ctjAtiiittpttncei.'- F OR fairs tine lo hratbchc. frc.-h cijliu, ncnrnlRi'n. anil for mutculir ami joust ncTiri, iu^ Cnlnnltrie. Cfipn- uiiio coiilnin^ ycvpT.il inKTCilicnls which ncl l<.|!c!hcr lo oivc (I'lteh'er relief. A«h for C^lnnlinn I.iqu!.! or tho mo'llncil formuln. Cuiniillnc Ilruml Tnbloh. Announcement Hi'. Chits. Schcrei- Chiropodist \Vill tic in Siioc Depart- nu-nl of the New York Store Tuesday, Dec. '1th 0 to 5 O'clock 1-16 fdv nicnls Women's Early Fall Slippers Hrnki'n l.iilx , Our Ki'fjuliii- < 5-.!IS Slippors these Slippers arc all from the wirly - 1'all. (loinl styles [or stretl and dress wear. REAL VALUES Conic In and Uok Them Over! New I'ull SLIPPERS Popular islylcs $2,95 and $3,45 Uinglcss Chiffon JJOSK Clear am) Sheer iS'e«- Shades WePr. O. C. GANSKE Murray U'Buell, and Junior Geltl] of Memphis. ./Ann Wood, young dauglilcr of Mr. nnd Mrs. p. u. Wood, Is quite 111 al (he family home on the North Amonu those who utlciuted llie dunce al Joiieshoro'.'i Elfts club Wednesday evening were: Misses Ruth and sue Hull, Martha 'Lyn Nor- •1s, Jnyne Ilarncs nnd i3etty Mc- Culclien, jack Finley nobluson Jlmmle Edwards, Dill crlhflcld, James Guard, Max Logan nnd Mtfcc Sallba. W. M. SeruBi's spent yeslerday in Memphis. Mr. an<l Mrs. I. Hosciilhal and dniieblcr. Miss l-vanclsc, had as Ilicir Biiests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gruel and son, l/iiiis, of Ou- rulhei'sville. Mr. and Mrs. j. Cecil Lowe and iilliersvlllc, arrived loilay lo spend tcvcral days here UK llie guest of Mr. mill Mrs. C. S. Stevens, and In Jsceola as guest of Mr.' and Mrs. C. is. Young. Miss Nancy Montgomery, ol Springfield, Mo., is the Iwiiscuuesl of Miss Peggy McKcel until Sunday. Both intend Lliidejuwiod college at St. Clinrlcs, Mo. Gloria Powell is a palienl al the Memphis Baptist hospital. Cooter King and Queen Crowned Monday Night COOTEfl, Mi).—Miss Eliaibelh Hucy, daughter of Mrs. p. c. lluey nnd L^E. Cooper, Jr., sou of Dr und Mrs. L>, E. Cooper, were eiown- cd klnii and <|iiccn of Ihc Coolei Copetand, Vclmu Jones, Rpta Wright, Wayne Copland, Uobcrl Holly, Junu-s UiWn and ' Alvin ElessiiiK, Stecle Missionary Union Entertains Fathers, Sons spent yesterday In son, Jlmmle, Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wright formerly o[ l Kn . lin(1 110W of Ca .' rnlhorsvllle, were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. p. n. Acton yesterday. Mrs. Ralph M. Sloiiij, and children, of Jonesboro, spent yesterday will) Mrs. Sloan's mother, Mis. Eva T. Morrison. Mr. and Roland Green Mis. John Sawyer jr., of Onr- Wildcats basketball teams following the school carnival in (he Cooler high .school eyinuasiun Monday night. Their attendants were Mary Frances Wiigster, Adino MALARIA Speedy Relief of Chills and Fever Hon't lei Malaria tear you npar with its racking chills and burntnt, lever. Trust lo iio home-made or mere makeshift remedies. Take the medicine prepared especially foi Malaria — Brave's Tasteless Cliil Tonic. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic jives real relief from Malaria because it's n scientific combliralioi of tasteless quinine nnd tonic Iron The quiiiinc kills the Malaria Infection In the blood. The iroi builds up the system and helps fortify against further attack. A the llrsl sign of any nllack ul Malaria Ut!;c Glove's Tjistttas Chi) Tonic. .Bcllei- still tnkc it regularly during the Malaria season to wart oir the disease. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic Is absolutely harmless and taslcs good. drove's Tuiitclcss Chill Tumi, now comes In two sizes, 50c and $1 The $1 slue contains Vf. times us Clinch ns llic 50o size and givci you 25ft more foi 1 your money Up.!, 11 bolilc today.' ul any drns store. •••-- ••• Sheddan'sSalve ,NOW I'lont Dili-. , 'I'lus f.iinoiis coid s.ih-e f 0 |- cher.f tolil, 6oupj' (.uiljflH, llu uiiitloniii; ;ul ( [, iiiiisculHi' pains, IIHS IJUL-II reduced;, from GOc (o 35c. Siiinu six-j liaekajfo. Sa'niu " powerful, restill- produciiig foniiiil.'i/l'unelralcs tluep- iMVdoes incrd guod, brings (itiickcr itnd longer laslinjj raliuf. Ask vour ilniggiiit.- Two kinds, Adult's "niul Child's. No Other Shoes for Me! J The "NORM/INDIE" ' , Mo,—More than 100 attended. the Father* and Sons banquet flven here Tuesday nlghl by the Woman's.Missionary union. Talks -j-cre made by the Rev. Mr Carpcmi'r. pictor of the Firsi Bapiisl church of lilylhcville, the Rev. D. K. Foster, pastor of D) NOVEMIJEU 30, 193.) CnrutheiBvllle Baptist church, In F Mil! , ,7 ' - '°- . E. Miller. Roy Harper mis toasl- majjler, Litljc Mile Mao i'sttcr- 1011 .mug mill Joe Mavlon Mitta B»yc,a rc;iamg. ........ ing HUSKY THROATS Overtaxed by Thounnrji of men Invc uij die same Ihing aflcr w e j,in 3 & t \, f ifll pair 0 | : pEDWINS. They'r* buill lo measure up (o what men $O,95 w«nl in dioti-stylcyCoinfortanrlcConvi'iy. ^M Now's ide time | 0 select _you[; J iof;the.ntw;j The FAMOUS .IOK AI'IM.UHAUM THE BOSS WANTS MORE E66S SEND OUT SOME UYCHOW QUICK CASH FEED STORE 112 E. MAIN ST. NOT ICE I Prices quoted on. merchandise in our 10-day .sale advertisement, in the Courier News Wednesday are for ...... ,,....•„. Cash Sales Only HAYNES MEN'S SHOP HANES • • HIM HEAP HOT! HERE'S a redskin that'l! never turn blue with coldl Pick up a HANES Heavyweight Unioti- ^uit, and you'll soon know why. you can feel the comfortable richness and warmthj the moment you finger the downy fluff. Old Man Winter hasn't a tooth in his head that can bite thfoueh that! * HANES gives you warmth without too much weight; You tloii't feel as though you're wrapped Up in a quilt. And you '^et all the freedom you want! That's because HANES matches your measure—up aiid down your body, as well as around it. T h c sprin gy kh it gives (and never hurts), in any direction you bend or stretch. Mister, this is t he Heavy we i glit Champ ion! See your HANES dealer today and make Winter seem like Indian Summer 1 A dealer hear you has HANES Union- Suita farmland up. Shirts ohd Drawers begin at 75c . . . HANES Boys' Union-Suits. 75o ... HANES MER- RICH1LD Walk- Suits, 75c. P. H." 5 Hancs Knittinn Company; Win- ston-SatciivN. c. ForMENiralBOVsl ForEVERVSEASON I . We'K> ready to se*Vc you' with farge stocks of > ': -. / »• HANES •''* ^ " -,' f \" ' v * •" Wm. R. Moore's f 'jMSMPHis ' ^'" Th.? Soui^'.'UHteit Whuttsale -^. • Double Breasted • Semi-Belted t Wrap Around The Best.Values YouVe Seen in Years I'coitla wh» know clothes enthuse .'ilmtit (hc.sc smart Topcoats . . . I'arfictilarly has Ihc Hew Wrap-. Around C'oaf won their favor . . . All new patterns and models at two popular prices. |50 $ .'i Doors West bf Kilz ThiM

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