The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 3, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 3, 1934
Page 2
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BLYTHBVlUjUAHK.)_COURlJj!K Stecle-Cooter Society — Persona: Social Calenda The Pcmlscot County Democrat ' Mnrllw Howard and Evulce Jones, MONDAV, ' /IDES DAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W, ;D Cliainblin entcrtuln ing Tuesday Contracl club n country^ club. :' Yoimg MtIrons club meeting wilh Mrs'Ma 1 ! B. Reid Cily council P.-T. A. meeting a high school, 9;30 a.m. Hdelis Sunday . school Fire 1 Baptist church meeting with Mrs J. O. Barnes, 7:30 p.m., 1021 W Ash street. Eastern Star having stated meeting" al hall, 1:30 P. M, WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Sudbury'P.-T. A. meeling 3 p.m. The Delphian society will have Us regular meeling at $;W a.fn. at the Hotel Noble. .Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Clarence Vollmer ai country club .Bible •study Church of Christ meeting wllh Mrs. E. n. Alley, 2:30 p.m. • Jewish Ladies Aid meeting witli Mrs. William Lang, 8 P. M. THURSDAY'S EVtN'JS >-Yarbro W. M. S. meeting 2 pjn. with Mrs. Starling Bunch. 'Mrs.' 0. W. McCulchcii entertaining Thursday Contract club. Mrs. Byron Morse having Thursday Iiiiuchcop club at country club Dance at country club, 3 p. M. , Holy Name society of Church of tlie Immaculate Conception meeting at parish hall, 1:30 P. M. j tKIUAYS EVENTS Red Pepper club of city high school entertaining football boys with dinner party at counlry club. Have House 1'arty Mr and Mrs E A. Stacy and B., G. West entertained wilh a house party at the Stacy farm at Musgrave Bar Frldny, Saturday and Sundaj'. A goose hunt, bridge ami dancing were the chief diversions for llic party mad' up of Mr. and Mrs Will Ciump and Massey Mooney of Greenville, Miss., Mr. aad Mrs S Y. West and Miss A5aij West of Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs Albert Thorn of Memphis, Miss Neal Luckctt, Mr. and Mrs. M A Isaacs, Mr. and Mrs. Chcs- ter n Babcock, and R. B. Stout. . King Matthews Ifcw, Birthday Party Shirley June Barham, granddaughter of Mr and Mrs. George W Barham, had a party Saturday afternoon because It, was:her seventh birthday. After games, In ivhlcli JcanetUi Jean Sebaugh. assisted and the taking of photogiyhs, Shirley June cut her birthday cake in the dining room This was served with fee cream and the favors were marshmallow wagons with "life "ver" mint wheels, which were loaded with colored gum drops, and pulled v^ith animal cookies. Coinplunrnt Guests Mrs Ray Hall and Miss Gladys Barnaul had a Bunco party for 20 guests Saturday evening at tlie Hall home in compliment to Miss Beatrice Barham and brother, Ray of Bloomlield, Mo cousins of the hostesses. In tlie Bunco games Mrs. William Calrtwell HOII [| le ladies' high prlic, a \asc of poppies, Roy Barham received a smoking sei for men's high, Mrs Olltc Foster rc- ccued a corsage ol realistic llow- «s for Ihe Irai cling. a«-ard and Miss Lcafrlcc Barham was prc- wnted a bouquet of realistic flowers Date pudding, topped wllh whip-' Pro cream, and coffee, ere served. Democratic Women's Meeting; i s Postponed. The meeting of the Women's Democratic club, scheduled /or Fri- Mlss Mary Alice Taylor, •pent the weekend at home, returned yesterday to Cape Glrar- ,<knUj Mo., where .she attends Southeast Missouri Teachers college. Hal ;pcnt Moore and Ralph limp . . the Thanksgiving holiday with relatives hi Charleston, Mo. Miss Mnillm Lee Hall lefl ycs- lerday for Cnpc Girardeau, Mo., where she is lo atlend Southeast Missouri Teachers college. Slie was a st;;rinil nt this school last year. Shannon smith, of Flint, Mich., spent the Tlianksglvlng holidays wilh IV. and Mis.: H. A. Taylor, hU aiinl ami uncle. ^II^I'^SH^"^ MJss «ary Alice ,,,,d a* at Washington University, „,„..,-, having been at home sinceTues- day. He was accompanied by Billy 'awshc who will visit there. Mrs. J. c. Webb,' w/ho underwent nn operation at the. St,. Bernard hospital of Joiietboro two weeks ago, returned, homo yesterday Mr and Mrs, R. j. -podson, Miss CJKfle Webb and Mrs, Lucy Mc- Adaira went over for her. Mrs. L. H. Moore nnd daughter, Miss Mildred, and their guests, Misses Martha Howard nnd Evalee Jones, of Charleston, Mo' spent Saturday at Kennelt, Mo. •' Junior Hlggins, of Slcelc, Mo. spent ycslcrday with Robert Swames. ' C. C. Lee nnd Dr. Anderson, of her aucst Friday, Robert Artl cf Cape Glrardcan, Mp. Chaite Ray .Ncwcomb. of Shrcveporl, La., spent llic Thanksgiving holiday at home. He was accompanied lo Little Rock yesterday by Miss Dorothy Goodrich who will return home today. Miss Minnie Mahan, of Little Rock, was (he guest of Miss Wlni- Ircd Goodrich , for the weekend Miss Mahan and Miss Ooodrlcli were roommates at Hendrix col- ege, Conway. Mr. and Mis. John UMilhermnn and son, John jr., of Detroit III are guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. George' Carney and Mrs. Lillian Dlcus of Braggadocio, Mo. They came dawn btciuise of the Illness and dci\th ?„.., ' Lc "thermuii's mother, Mrs. Whliam Brown, of Para«ould Dr. and Mrs, Hunter C. Sims and son, Hunter, spent Saturday md Sunday In Moscow nnd Larange, Tcnn,, with relatives Mrs. Lillian Dicits Jms returned o her home In Braggadocio. Mo,, alter having been here for three weeks because of having been ill She is bow much improved Mrs p. W . Lem(MIS , s nt i, Memphis Baptist |, os , )Ua | recc , v _ ng treatment for cancer. Her condition is favorable Mrs. W. H. Wcstbrook and chil- ai ^,™ s '!' M «<'P>«' Saluntny. — f last . fi guesls of Mr. and s a Misses Clarice Kennedy Ormo Hulohlns W e,e In vreahe weekend. M fmp , s cnovc .,••""' who relur ncd two ceks ago from Hot Springs, where lei'spent .a month for ills health was taken to the Memphis Ban- Is t hospital yesterday after booming seriously ill. He WK ac- Mrs. Hooper who 1m, his daughter, Miss who returned Inst „,- - - Mrs- J. A. Hight, of Rives, Tcnn., ami M!ss E \\mbclh ftopcr, of PiidiicBli, Ky who '»n P )ver Saturday to be "with "him ast ey n? 8L ;°t. rCtlm>C<l l ° thcH hoill « Mrs. Fred Wurreii. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clyde Warren and their nephew, Wallace Dunn of Halls, Tcnn., spent Thursday with Mr nnd Mrs. Fred Wurcn. Miss Mildred Dunn, who accompanied l»eiii, remained until" yesterday as houseguest of Mibs Martorlc Warren. Among thasc who went to Mem- P*s Friday evening nad hcurd Orscc Moore were: Mrs. diaries Bright and daughter, Mrs. w M Tausch, Mrs. n. j. 'Watson, Mrs' iverson Morris und daughter, Amy Ruth, and Mrs, Louise Crane Hil- =^ -' •— Luxora Society — Personal •= _. Tuesday , night a bcncilt bridge parly, sponsored by thc high school girls for tlio benefit of Iho fool- ball team's sweater fund, was given at the Community house. Duo to the heavy rainfall late in the allcnmon the attendance was very small. Prizes were awarded Mrs Sue Brown, Mrs. chns. Mlfflln Mrs. Scth Frazlcr, Grover Driver Dr. Thos. P. Hudson: ' Mr. and Mrs. 0. p. Powell had as their guests Thanksgiving Day Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Self, of Missouri, and Mr. and Mrs. Dearf Mc- Clurkln, of niytheville. ' ';. Misses Maxlne Brown and Carry McDearnwn Mr. aixl Mrs. L. l, had as guests for Day Mr. and Mrs. Halls, Term. .Miss _ Wilma Tennyson, , )lgh icliool teacher, spent the Tha k, giving holidays -m, vandal" as guest of her sister, Ml* c« herlnc TennyBon,. a membe, 0 I the V» dale school faculty. * Mrs. Louise McHenry, attendi'd the Grace Moore concert at the nudlorluni In Memphis, Pridav evening. fnuay Thc,5c fr oni Luxofa, shoppnie hi Memphis Friday were Mrs 'if L McDeannoii, Mrs. Jesse Brown T, Thu sday evening at the rvm, e m, nnmily house. we won b y Mrs Thos. P.- Hudson, M, Ch as and Mr. and Mrs Russell ,, I ey ill r, .^ Dccc " lb «' 20 when have a Christmas smas Names were drawn last night and everyone pledged lo tcereey as to , m"*, m > Sim a 8lft TteX will be very informal Onlj U.e e ub members wm ^ ,„„„„» A bi «cl supper will bo served b> Uie ladles and' no prizes will be given In Ihe card games ladies of the Baptist W M n* >ivt<t»>a vmy nuu amccting and not luck dinner in the salesroom of Hie Leonard Chevrolet office last week. The Stccle ^organization was . hostess. There were 110 present and 63 new members were pledged, making avtptal membership.of 150. Among those who' attended were representatives from Carutliersvllle. Hayll, Wardell, Cooler, Holland, New .Survey, Gibson,' PortflgcvHlc, and Maplewood. - .'; Miss Virginia Jopltn mcsitled over thc liieelin gand Mrs. John Parks jr., vice president of- the pemiscot county unit, sup2rvis=d the entertainment. Mrs. j. u. Wahl, of Carulners- vlllc, stale representative, gave a synopsis of the speech given by Mis. Franklin D. Roosevelt in '. St. Louis last week. Oilier Interesting parts on Ihe program were; reading by Martha Ware Bobbins; reading by Al- by de Mac Patterson; -vocal solo Mrs, Ert Marsh; piano solo _ u. had a Thanksgiv Wetoesday in The canOle Store. The piocecds V.M Midicay Notes Mls.s Verii Scxlon Mslled lives at conl Valley, Ala sonville, rounds. Wanda ' Ernest Aslmbniimcr and familv have moved lo Missouri MBS Jewell Walker, of Rosa, is vislling Miss Eloise Walker Mrs. E. M. McDonuld • returned from Hickman, where sliiv has been visiting relatives. Dock Sexfon nnd. A. J Hill attended Ihe football game-at'Lux - ora Thursday. , B. M McDonald was a business visitor m Osceoli Thnrtdci\ Mi and Mrs Claude Sexton X?" Tl " llki e lvln ff day with Mi ""' ' Mr and Mrs F , Miss Olgii Koury; piano solos by Mary Virginia Capehnrt and Mildred Evans, and a reading by Onl- (a Joyce' Shelton. • t * D. C. Hoy Mauley, formerly of here, boxed in the semi-windup Thursday niglit at Ihe Washington auditorium, in Washington, D. C., against JItmnic Reed, of Jack- Pla., In a tilt of eight Jean BrodeHck, elght- montlis-oltl daughter of Mr. and Mi's. Joe Broderick, succumbed at Die family liome iUonday lo a brief illness. Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Christian church. The chlirt is survived oy the parents, one brother, Billy Joe grandparents, nnct other relatives Master Paul Milbramll, of Joiner, Ark., spent the Thanksgiving holidays here with his mother icl.i ! Wr5 ' L - °' Spencer, and Mr. Spoii- ].,,( fe},, ' \'r'"'"' Hornersville Society — Persona] held Tuesday. Misses Kal ICatliryn Audi college. Mrs. Earl Huf phis Wednesday ter, Mrs, Ruth , 0|jeralion. underwent Icitth of Mr. 'San'• 0. A. Sanders, a prominent clti- mty for a num . s age was 67. FII- r Ur» Sanders were crlne Peek and son left Wcdnes- or Fayelle I Q ,u- :oining at Central fin went to Mcm- for their ctaugh- Brewer, who has n the Baptist hos- ill? from a nmioi 1 npkins and da ugh and sons, Floyd in Memphis Mbn- , where Miss Rntli ninalion at the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Best a week ago Saturday afternoon, with thirty- five guests, from in aim 0( n, O f town. Mrs. Russell Dcvore, tlie former Miss Ruth Cohoon, of Elvlns, Mo., In' visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Cohoon, Hussell Dc- vore spent Thanksgiving day here, and Miss Hazel. Cohoon, who Is attu'ding Teachers College at Cape Giwdeau, arrived Wednesday to JEpir.d the Thanksgiving holjdavs. Miss Oakley jr.. and Virgil ut- luy transacted business in Mcm- phlii Tuesday. Bass Slecle and Pete Colcman, of Long Beach, Calif., left a week ago Sunday after a month's visit here with Mr. Steclc's sister, Mrs. W. A. Dates sr. Ancell Webb, accompanied by La., where Mrs. Thcodc J. A. KUfei returned he HoSj Admitted: Dick Ray, ftii SGliatli Pascola, M Hankiiis, Oales, Hell Pale, Bragg It lias b£ 000,000 peo population c Jcles. M | I! uijiisi^iospuai. /^iiccii wuuu, accompantcd i>y Misses Helen Mayer, Jewell Met-1 AIiSs Lo - cne Pierce and Miss M«calf, and Mary Louise Fields went| rie Cw) rad, drove to Millersville, to Cape Girardeau Wednesday to I M ° P| Wednesday for the week end. »pem\ TlmnksglVIjig with rela- 1 Mlsa p|e ' il:e alld Miss Conrad stop- lives, ped in Cape Girardeau lo visit Miss Augusta Montgomery went to Dexter, Miss Elma Dujierrett to Steele, and Miss Lila Edgerton to Carutliersvlllc to spend Thanksgiving holidays ents. llieir G. M. Hlcldick spent Sunday lici'c as guest of Mr. and Mrs. "A. W. Goodwin, He left Monday for Jonestoro where he will spend a few days. The nev. w. D. Edwards, pastor of (he Baptist church, delivered the sermon at, Hie Union Thanks- elvliig service held at Ihe Methodist church Sunday night. ' Jeff Brannum jr., of Tallulah Miss., is here for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Bran- Holland News Master P. A. Coleman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Coleman, celebrated tils sixth birthday at the relatives. Superintendent aiid Mrs. W. I. Meyers and daughter, Dixie Gene, were the guests of Mrs. Meyer's father, D. E. Tally, of Jackson, last week. Clnrence Wiggs, of Clarklon, Miss., has returned home after two days spent here as guest of Mr. and Mis. Eel Devauglm. Turn Edwards, .who is receiving treatment In llic Biytheville hospital for blood iKiisoning, is improving. Following a trip to Ncwcllon, CREOMULSION Elmer Wahl t |i v . uffman; Glen UM\'. Mo.; Henry Clai-fc . Dismissed:- A. ' Deerln'g, MO.; w. 130,000,000 Itch Is Contagions If any member of your family' lias the ITCH, stop it: before all the family is effected. BROWN'S LOTION is sold in 60c and $1,00 bottles for this purpose. First bottle £0ld witl\ MONEY BACK GUAR. ANTEE. Thousands ' 0 ? bo T^ be '," c , SCW f01 ' "'"• ™ ITCH, TETTER. IMPETIGO RINGWORM, ATHLETE'S TOOT plications. Don't, use messy"salve' Drug Stores. T' SS ° by ^' Announcement Hi'...Chas. Scherer. Chiropodist Mr. and Mrs. George S. IJrowii drove lo Hayti Tuesday to- attend Die funeral services lield at the Methodist church for Leon- aid F. Lefler, who died lir Cape GimrdcHu Sunday. I Mr. and Mrs. Milford Hinders were called to Marble ffili, Mo,, Will be in Shoe Department of the New York Store Tuesday, Dec. <ltli 9 to 5 O'clock Phono 1'iG fov Appointments ipanlcd he rcousin. Mrs. Gco'rsjc del t°V . Memphl5 ' wll ° is " rcs i- dcnt of the orgiinfzation. Miss « operation today" for ""r'u'i'n <>ee at. Dr. Henry G. Hill cl c " Mciiiplils. She was placed in a ast allowing u le opcritio,, wWch ""I" car for „ moiull nicl ' reeks when her knee, will «e j,^. M a ^, racc lor 1U lci ' 6 l « year iniid es" liC V "' 8il Tur !«r i": ^cnn., where she spent lUcYoh- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White inui sons spent Sunday h, ""' Mr. and Mr.s. ivw-i. .., b f, el1 the holidajs until af- spent tlie holiday. Tom Thumb Wedding Given. Miss Bermce Reed, teacher in the Annorel school, presented the T& •?, *"?"• 0( tllc 5C|1001 I" => Tom iJimuli wedding last Wednesday evening ,. ° l 'l" """'hers on ll, c - i>i- OE r,,m - nr M »-""" m "! lbcr s »y PUPils Of MIIS Mrtrgarei Moflitt S I, &molherm,in won the tur- Key in 3 contest Seek 4-H Club in Every l County School ere tliey Miss Mildred Moore, who attends Southeast Missouri Teachers coN ^.^..^Girardeau. Mo., spent Iho holidas at home. Stic was ac- bv „„ col]sll)s ^^^ Head .COLDS 1 III Put MntthoUtum InV I 0» nwlril* te relieve I ,4-H club in each rural school -in MississipD county Is the' goal extension S^ have, set for t his- month j B *w ;f ertu « an > S >K> club "agent, } !QS J-" by the ' DurInE: ' lhl5 w " k «"clubs will reorganize for ,tlu coming year und Jay plans f OI - „ »ww ye«r^of -work." 5«^ HiADAGHE MENTHOLATUM _ Si'et COMFORT Daily PURE. i K«ml Hrrt-i !«4 J« t«MW tol, r - SS'liZ^LAir '<* h'r* *« *> J fffTjM& ("5*^ '»•*•** nvtet. •^Sf^'iSSaA't^S^^ 'Clillldfl By FrigWalto Safe - Sanitary Pint - 7o Quart ( - t?o CRAIGS DAIRY phone 74 IVlANY men of the South have been "in tobacco" for years—growing tobacco and curing it—buying' it and selling it—until they know tobacco from A to Izzard. Now folks who have been in tobacco all their lives, folks who grow it, know there is no substitute for mild ripe tobacco. And down in the South where they grow tobacco and where they ought to'know something about it — in mosl places Chesterfield is thc largest-selling cigarette. Harvesting (ofcucco am! packing it in thc burn jar curing — and (Man) a. scene (it a Soullicrn lulmwu uuc- lion. the cigarette that's MlLDliR. the cigarette tiiat IASTKS

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