The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 4, 1934
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(AUK.) COURIER , te-Ly, ^^^!^^^^^*^*^^^*^m^i^m^^ ^j£ mm ^ fm _ Social Calendar WEDNESDAYS EVENTS Sudbun p-T A inttUttf 3 pm Tfy pelphiMl society »|U ha\e 1U ttfular mecUuc at 9.30 am. at the Hotel Noble, Wtdjietday Bridge club meeting »Ith' Mrs Clarence Vollmei country club - Bible study • Church of Chrfct iiicellnJB with Mrs. E: n, Alley, 2:30 pj)>, Jewish Ladies Aid' meeting "with Mrs. William Lang, 8 P. M. THURSDAY'S. EVENTS Yarbro W. M S meeting 2 jun with Mrs Starling Bunch Mrs. O. W. McCutchen entertaining Thursday Contract club , Mrs. Byron -Morse having Thurs day LuiKheon clulj al country club , ' Dance at country cliil), 9 P. M Holy Name society of Church. the , Immaculate Conception meeting at parlsli hall, 1:30 P. M. Mrs. Cecil Shane having Mill Week Bridge club. Assoclatlonal B. T. U. meeting Mis. A C Haley, assistant ice icmry; Mrs. Roland Oieen, coi rcs|wiiding secretary; M\*. Rile Ei Jones, confcj-cnco ticasuiei MIS C s. Stevens, assistant, M|<> n A sllekmon, local Ueasuici MIS w. L Hwiwr. siipeilnten dent of publicity; Mn, Chailc. I; Wjllc, supcrinleiident of Chris U«n social sen Ice, Mn, Fret Wairen, supciintcndent of Hit) Pies, Mrs Wyatt Henley, taper Intondcnt Woild Outlook, Mu Han^ Klrby, sui»rlntcndeiit chll dren's work; Mis. c. G. Sinftli superintendent mission btuily u The 20 present hemu E TuU give the mission ta 7:30 P.' M., First Baptist church FRIDAY'S EVENTS Red Pepper club of city high school entertaining football .-boys with dinner purt> al country dub. Elnmood Cemetery association luncheon meeting »Kh Mrs. Otto Bradbcrry at Little River at 12:30. ladles Bible class of First Methodist church nvcetlrig 'with Mrs Alice Lee 7 3fl P. M. . Ward led the devotional ..M her theme, ."Momciil With the Master", nnd taking u l responsive -.reading from (he tooks of ..the 'Old; nnd New Tcstamonts Mrs,., ; J. C. Ellis used "The Work a Friendly Neighborhood" as Hie subject of^ the program. Mrs V E. Butterworth gave "The World as a" Family", assisted- by ' Mrs G^'S? W- Barhai 'V w'io gave -"A Study In t Colors", nnd Mrs. J R Vivian flhd.:Mrs. Ollle Foster who gave a short, playlet; "Woodfn Sol' ' Pro Brart/s-Al/ori Miss Elizabeth Alford, only (laughter of Mr and Mrs. L. W. Alford of McComb, Miss,, became the bride of Mr Kelley Beavers, of Cleveland, Miss, and Blylhc- \lllc, hi n ceremony solemnized Sunday at iuka, Miss. The Rev. W H Carnwaj, pnstor of the Methodist , church, read the ritual at the homo of Mi mid Mis. V. V. Edwards, brother-in-law and i!i>ler of Mr Bearers.' -- • . • , Mr Bearew and tils' Urido «rc ntm at home vuth iiir, und Mrs W 1 Denton In this city where the bridegroom Is connected with the Federal compress. ( ~Thc bride Is a member of a pipmiinent Mississippi family. Her mother has been president of UK; Mississippi state Methodist Woman's Missionarj society for (Jic Pdsl M\ jcars and the family has long been Identified with civic, religious and social affairs 'of: that o>taw: Mn,. Beaicrs received lier later education al Delta, State Teachers college u.1, Cleveland, Miss,, arid Is a graduate ot the Southern Illinois Normal University at Carbondnlc Mr Beavers, who is [he son of Mr and Mu n L Beavers of , attended Milljsaps college al Jackson, Miss. H c was associated with his father, a prominent planter, before coming Uierc four months ago. » « a ' • • • JoluiMn-IUnkin t Announcement has been made or the mamagc of Miss Cnthcr- , lllc Rankin, of Lawrence',' Mass and Mr s p Joliiiion, formerly of tins c)ty and now of Lawrence Mr Johnson and his orldcv nc- companled by Mrs Johnson's mother, Mrs J w Rankin, also of Lawrence, were here for several davs stay wlih Mr "ana Mrs S P Johnson sr, and Dr. mid Mis' i R Johnson, cnroutc to Florida for the ainkr The bifdegroom who made his home with Dr. and "Mrs. Johnson for several years agout eight years W. has resided In 'Lawrence for the past five jear; He is man- 1 hnf r i ° f *?? Ra » kin 's summer Hotel ui Maine Mrs Johnson is a member ot a widely known -family of the dSLS 1 *! f ° r 5 * vcral **»:'»« divided ha time betn-ecn La w - icncc and pomts of Maine durin" t^e summer and winters in Flor- * a o ' Business Womtn H aic "Bck, Spaghctii Supper. Members or the Business and Profcssloii ? l Women s duu ad one fi ,,c,i: Miss Alice Backus, "r Mtcdon Stud> Ciroup ••The Mission Study group of* ilu Council . of the F ir4 ChiUUa. chinch met at the home of 'Mrs John C McHaney Monday afternoon Mr-i Edith McCool presided over the business session. Mis I', L, Mis. -J.- Cecil vincd special music. The program wns centered around World Pence as a general topic. Refreshments mere sciTcil " iiic hostess. <V. ,U V. Meets. > ' »'« church /net Monday ,il « o home or Mrs. j. c. Harnlsh The concluding lesson of the study coiirse entitled "Where fs lie'' "m |lvcn, Mrs. Leslie : Moore conducted a thorough examination on the 1 " VC Incmbe '. i '' »i Mrs. Marvin Lane miill uoxl regular nieclliiB, which " Mo also be with Afo, * p * i'K Auxiliary Mcelin E . . n ar . Pliiiis for Christmas ocHvlilcs were made m u meeting O f the .Woman's... Auxiliary of the F si Presbyterian eliurul, Mo! day - tcniopi, at the ; chnrcir. Mrs. o.-M Gray, vlcrf president,- presided • Son '" lo last hospital. Mrs. The ( M l,y Mrs . seven and it half pounds « Aid lo Meet. • Z. Jledcl and Mrs, {jft^W^tU'," tile Lung Ironic — -o'clock. Association^) B. T u Tr> The --• • • ' lional Declarer Should Guide Play to Put Percentage on His Sid< Solution to Previous Contract Problem . BV WM. E. McKKNNKV aecrelary, American Ilrldjc League The largest event In the • pro- Brain of :thc national bridge championship - tournament of . Hie American Bridge League, which will start.In New York ctty December 10, Is the national open pair cljainplonslilj). m UILS . ovent the finest pairs of the United fjtates and Canada assemble annually to vie for the. coveted .national pair title, While the event Is large, Ihc player.'; arc given lote of opportunity to play bridge, as the event runs for five consecutive nights, storting Monday and Including Friday. There Is an elimination nt the end of the second ind third rounds nnd (lien n two- round final. This year 1 have a hunch that 4 J 10 5 1 K 10 1 * a 6 2 V .1 7 v. » Q S S -I + A !l (i I! Duiilicnic— N. iiinl s. vul South I'«»a Pass 3 N. T. I'ass iVoilli l A ;i V •I N, T I'ass Pass Pass I'ass toil—* J. _ fair of unknowns will Die title. Take, for e.vum- young player like George Comedy of New York. He's made 'I"" showing fm- himself and rating very well. Her parcnb Ir. miO Mra..w. A. Uobyns! arc 'IUi her. Woi-lliliiglon, formerly uf '"' — of. Memphis, - is '1'pday's Contract Noitli Is .lilayliiK.thiR it fom bpjilcf, 'llncc roiiadh of clubs (no |»|»>(.[|, ileihrti i- the (hlrd bhoulil (UlitKl) .'(JJlfnd) 4 A J 10 * S G 3 2 Solution In 'next' Issue. 1 ere mid now Gn ' ot x« »', ' gcs o Miss Minnie Matthews, were entertained with a duck and spa the i > » e hotel when Mrs Jl L Rev - .V Ruth Ilcnbcst lias recovered from nn extended illness of whooping cough, ' "Tola DaV ' 5 n " d Bl " Slmmoils Mtecs Jaync Barnes' Mary Catherine Martin, darn Louise "avis and Martha Itobinsm, S|lcnt , Sunday aflemoon . i,, Curutlicrs- Mr ami M, s . Howard Pccfc anrf 11,, ,""?' of Mr ">l>lil5. Have, re- , liiricrt home aito^ ¥lsll wm , M. relatives. Mrs. E. M. ErU( m 1K .. company them home n ^ora Lec-.Coleman were hostess- Plans ' ? crc made for a lecture £> he gucn here on January 23 by Miss Mollle Lamb, regional director 01 the Business and Pro- lessional Women's cjub, to wiilcli «<? public sum be invited' ' ^irt "^ Ck to ' lht r * mi " J^ram wit also bc.ghcn-at an early date, lo be announced later wllii Miss Coteman In charge. ' Plans .^erc 'announced for the annual Christmas party, to be given al Hie • home of Mrs. o' M Morgan,} and^ «»mcs were drawn f or-Uic" exchange of gifts. • ,° eivcaway a tujfi>-- j 'ior.-,0i)rislma s with dc- Ulls to •be-innouncert later, i \ J"{.1<'«' * . • ; F. 'Bre&cr was elected of v*-tfe,-JVoman's Mls- -.--_,• ibctety « the first Metli-, in^a meeting a I. the church Mc^y,.»rurnc<m. M ra . Ti.*™,,,...,.. ^j, outstanding'in ••*"-- for a number 4 .rs-f-- —*• j_«Jh»ri«s-;L. W.yltc Otiier olric"E;n«roec;;'were: Mrs. J.j.E.. Crite, lice 'president; Mrs. J. M Joati, recording secretary; , ,to..busiiicE.s in. me iciiy. : .. Lou flurrttii, daughter Of Ir. and Mrs. Louie Hui-din, Is at. 1 )C Baptist llospldi! in Memphis here she Is to undergo a lon- lectomy. Her parcnls uro with er. W. M. Scruggs returned yester- ly from Memphis where he spent (cw days. Mr. und Mrs. R, L. Galues liavr- s their guests Mrs. Galnes' mo- >er, Mrs. L. E. Ncwblll, 'of Dy- crsburg, Tcnn., W ho will relun lionm Sunday. Mr. and Mra. Richard Dickinson ami daughter, of Philadelphia, Miss., were cucsls of Mr and Mrs. D. Hammock for several clays. Mrs. E. B. Roland, of Joncs- boru, was Ihc guest of Mrs. J n Fisher and family yesterday Miss Minnie Matthews has as her guest Miss Alice Backus, of Cartervllle, Oa BitsoJ Mostly Personal- /lary Alice Sclivyeider and L. L. Green Marr> CARUTHEHSV1LL& Mo. - A erttlnig of interest -.was .that cf Miss Mary Alice Schwcldcr- and whirh C !'^"' ' lolh 0! lhls cil >'' vuilch took place Thanksgiving ceremony was"performed nt • •••; Mine of Mrs. J. L. James, with !he ucv. D. K. Palter, pas- flcialni" Ba P"st church, of- Tlic bride wa s , given In mar"«so by her brother,-' Bcrnanl bchweider of salem. The wedding Mr H. . —.-,••;. ipcnl/iiic -^i Commerce,'Mo "'" »nd Mrs. Scflie Finiccltj returned from M'phiniiic Mr. have ._ ^^ flicrc they visited'''^!-' a wcS? ,Mr. and Mrs. E/M. Holt' a1i<l Holt, havtv. returiied ' from •rossvlljc", Tcn'n., . bride is (he dasighler of . - h , "•sgna with relatives of Messrs. Holt Mrs. A. G. - shlblcy mid Miss 'tiss Louise Dobyns, who -under- nt an operalion' yesterday al tlie .Memphis BapKsi hospital, is HOW FAMILY UXATIVE SiuU Young and Old n.,™ . S."T? li X J 'v"& ak' I- °*° w t! d ""»'"'. i* ««J Checks COLDS -• <•'«*• i : ''•Iquirt - Tablets Salve - J •..•' : F}ri('"Di^ Headaches .:' Jn': SO Mln'a^ts one thing you have' to 6 ay [ O i these youngstcis ii that they waul lo win, more llian a plajer who has once held a title , -,•>'*•> Here's a hand lhal v.$s playc-1 by Kennedy against a couple'of the country's experts AiUving at six clubs might have been onli mlsllc. N ' Th.e Play A diamond was ojicned Kennedy, sitting in the Noiih, won with the ace, He then look two rounds of trumps. Now, should ne lend'toward the jack of : hearts? Suppose he does and.. the Wc^l iiand wins and rctunis :\ spade, fie has to decide quickly whether lo lake Ihe finesse. However, Kennedy played (l)r hand so lhal he had ih Q best , )os . slblc chance, of making his con- .ract. He look, Hhc spade rmc.»v nret and new, jj '. it , faijs ho has .0 lake Ihc heart fiupsse. But if .he sj>ade lincssc holds, he can then play the ; hand absolutclv safe by leading toward the jack of hcuvls. flcmcinbcr tlial the bell-i- Player always tries lo make Iiic piny - Imt pula the pcrcchlagr on his side. ^UKH. NEA Service, Inc.l John Suhwcldcr of Slcclcville, Mo. She. Is a graduatD of Forrest Purk College,--at,- Louis, aiicl' for the- past .eight ycnis'-H»s \scryctl w deputy lax collcclor of I'eniis- cpt ixniriCi'?' 'I'- •• ••'; .-•-" ' The .groom l s the son of"'Mr. nil Mrs. J. w. Green of (!i; s city. HC Is deputy-recorder,of- Pcmlse'ot county, his faUicr having, served as recorder for the past 33 ycais. Hospital Notes I Admltlc<l lo tlic Blylhcville hosPllal: Eex Hughes, Huffman; Mrs,. A. C.. Dockeiy, city. Dismissed. Hilda White, city; Glenn Hi B h- m^Senath, Mo, ; J. E .. CMsm , . Osceola iiociety— Personal Tile Mcllioiiist Missionaiy la dies met at. the church yesterday afternoon '• at 2:30. 'A elior liiislticss.'., meeting and the clcc lion of officers for next year was tlio progrum. .The new otTIclrs lo be installed in January, arc preside))!, Mrs. s. Al. Hodges- vice president, Mrs. Alma Morrison secretary, Mrs. a. L. oia.vcoe treasurer, Mrs. Margaret Darbicrs .superintendent of social service Mrs. John Etlrington; Superintendent of ; publicity, Mrs. Claude Thompson; superintendent of sup. plies, Mrs. Gilbert Cough; superintendent of 'world outlook, Mrs Morlarlty; superintendent of mission: study, Mrs. H, M, Bhculjtish- superintendent of bible study, Mrs n. C. Mdi-'ehead; local treasurer Mrs, A. S. Rogers. A few plans were made for Christinas. 4 • 9 Mrs. Hale Jackson' went lo' Memphis . today to spend ». week at the home, of her sister, Mrs, Nce- iy, Boireii. Mre. Charles Lowrancc and Mrs Charlie Colonial)' 'spent Alondas In Memphis. Mrs. J. B. Mitchell went to Little Rock today on business: S will return in a few days. Ann and Nancy .\Janc Driver daughlcrs'of Mr. and Mrs.. C B Driror, who. andcrwent on opera- Ion for the reniovafof their ton- sils,-yire reported-to tie recovering rapidly. Wilson Society — Personal Mrs. John Runduljih, of Allan- tic City, N. J,, who has been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. o M Hill for n month, relurncd lo her home Monday. Mr. ' and', Mr,s. William Ludwig had us (heir -gucsUs for I he week cud Mr. and Mrs. F. j. rjiilii- and rianghler, Mka Marcclla of Po- cahonlas, Ark. S.llss PiKriciii Manaskci. of Jack- sou, Tcnn., who h us been visliini; her aunt, Mrs., A. J. Liuiclrum relurncd home J'cstcrday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Albera, of COUCH . . . Real Throat relied Medicated with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub OVERCOMES BAD BREATH BAKING POWDER inuf actured by baking powder SpecialisU who' make nothing but baking powder — under supervision of expert!, chemists. ALWAYS Oon't wail nnlU Christmas' to f/et your ARVIN Hof Water Heater START IJNJOYINt; IT TODAY OA'M' t price today **44ytarsago *S *BBCC< E.r FULL PACK NO SLACK FILLING $1 C.45 JL%I ConipJele Insliillcd PHILLIPS MOTOR CO., 777 QUICK I Service Station; '^^.^^^^""ruiaMhctHiurvitn,,... "Vi,'uX^"^M,^'" ^MH^^l^*lPi^M^l^l^^^i^ ,»-,*»ti- Hi s-ii,i-»r. Kcrrcsl, Oily, were guests j or fhc neck cntl of Mrs. Afters' parents 1r. and Mrs. -Robert Clayton Mr. and Mrs. .[. i>. cul|o m 'ami daujhlcr, Miss liula Davis ftpen 1 'e Thanksgiving', holidays will* latlvcs ill Naslivllle, Tcnn. They i-cic iiccoinpaiilctl home by Mrs 'iiillom's slslci 1 , Mrs. R. L. Monoe. Mr, and Mrs. J. I'. Kclley, Mr' and Mrs. F. J. Briinncr, and Mr ind Mrs. Leo Junkersfcld, of Mem)his, were giiesta Sunday of Mr ind Mrs. William Ludiyig. Mr. and Mrs, p. L, Zander had is their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. William Duke, of Mcmplils Misses , Jeiuiette nnd Louise Phillips spent the Thanksgiving holidays wllh llieir parents al Jonway, Ark, Mrs. J. D. McKciwic has rc- Lunicd from n visit wiUi relatives nt Columbia, Tcnn. N,, p. Ellis jr., spent Hie week- Mid nt Memphis w'^h his grand- iiotlici-, Mis. T. T. Branch, and ns aunt, Mrs.' Estellc George;" 1 Mrs. J. T. Caulcy of Sllclflcld, Ala., arrived .Saturday for a r iwo weeks visit with her dauglitcr, Irs. S. u. Brandon jr. ' J. H. Grain left Monday ''for Washington, D. C.,v where he will >pcnd several days on business Miss Fannie Dcdhain, who has wen visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. D. VlcKciiKie, lias returned to her lome at Columbia, Tcnn. Mrs. Eva Kerlin, Mrs. H. M. ucwk, Mrs. Arthur Hudson and M«. Henry Goldman are attend- ng llic Mclliodist Missionary zone neeting at. Joiner today. Miss Alice George spent Sunday n Blytlicvillel as Ihc guest of her :ousins, Miss Selma and Jl-cd Sa- Iba. Mre. w. P. Wilson, who has been n the Baptist, hospital at M C m- itlis for five weeks, is not, im- Howard Frazlcr, West Memphis, was. the week end giicsl of his parents, Mr. aiut Mrs; oils )ia\v- nrtl. 1'riizicr. ' < proving. She will undergo an operation in a few.days. .Misses Mary Symonds and lior- ton Goodloc wejc week end guests at- the llotcl Gayoso, Memphis. Babyland King and Queen Crowned at Steele Friday S'l'EELB. Mo.- Guy .Stewart' Tra- yls. son of Mr. and Mrs.. G. G Triivls, and Hazel Marie Smith daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hayes 3 Doses of Foley's Loosens Cough "L_ T unuw J^_ Proof! Hnd severe igh Iti throng]] reaults." O. TAR ,, tuicktU raai,. Coiielu.f locliliinayeetwT JeUy Get TUESDAY, .DECEMBER .4. SiiiHli; .were c|«ccn or cwmo,,y oKrUoilns or "CimJd,: incorporated." scnfo Vv at tlic auditorium Friday.. iil ? |,i '' e: nwc-30 c'ontcsinnis l>iftSV rtlrcclhl by Mj ss Mlu . lloklridBc,. assisted by Mrs • c p| Miller, infracted, the, latest croVei ever: to 'attend an -affair>.at eh school. - - -' - '•; The • little king 'and Jii* ct'ii were crowned by MLss Mac|aloncl Kcllcy; ouecji of Stcclc bnskctball I Guy Stewart Is'(lie, grandson' off Mrs. Pearl Stewart, 61 Blythc-| DRI-SHEEN... An New Cleaning Process! Here's something n«w under the sun- an odorless dry cleaning process which makes silkslook like new... imparts lus- trpus sheen andsoftfccl that wins instant admiralion. ..and resiores life and freshness to garments! It's called DR1-5HEEN ...and it is not only effective for silks, but tor rayons and celaoese materials as well! We arc licensed to use this sensational new odorless method of drv cleaninc The Dil-Slittn Ptoces) ran onlr be "•*• »• »••*• ' used In a n>°dernlyk,gTArff/|k QjE«ta[inRp[esjut« ~~ ~ Phone 180 BARNES' WJ-WA CLEANERS Aullioi-iieU Users uf Hie Brisliccn 1'ruccs Our AiifiuaZ Pre-Christmas Starting Wednesday Dresses^- The selection includes a representation I of ever;/ important mode of the season TEIJvSraFS^" ' ' V SILK'AND WOOD ^ Aivn «9nv- ; •'••• ORESSKS .AND S2!).7;> §10.75 AND §1975 ;. r .\:•,,-.;,:... VALUES $in.95 . WOOL DKESSES Sale of HATS Values Values so $1.95 1 to $4.50 J. Fabric Cloves 50c KI'KC'JAI. LOT Of $1 Villiit'a 10 T UACK S5.«I5 TO §7.95 DRESSES $O.95 COATS Even greater values • than yon dared hope for SW.75 TO Sl!i.7. r i .COA'I'S $ 32 .95 525 lu §a!l.7.S • ?l(i.7r) (o COATS ••-••=;' Sl!).7f) COATS 16 9 ^ 10 A Group of Better COATS .00 $511.75 TO VALUES Knitted SUITS Slll.!>, r >"> VALUE VALUh; $0.95 WHITSITT 9 S SHOP

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