The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 4, 1934 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 4, 1934
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CrC Social Calendar EVENTS Sudburj- ' p -T. A meeting 3 pin. The Dflphlan society »IU ha\t its reculw meeUuc at 9.30 aw. at the ' Wednesday Bridge club With' Mrs Clarence Vollmer at count ry club. Bitle study • Church of Christ riveting with Mrs. E. R. Alley, 2:30 pm. 'Vcwkii Ladies Aid meeting ' with Mrs. William Lang, 8 P. M. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Yarbro W. M. 9 mealing 2 p.iii. with Mrs. Starling Bunch. Mrs.:O. W. McCuWhen cnter- talning Tliursday Contract ' club. : Mrs Byron Moisc having Thursday Luucheon clul) at ; country club. / , ,..-.. Dance at country club, 0 Pj M. Hoi) Name society of Church. of the Immaculate conception riieet- li>5 at parlih lull, 730 P. M. Mrs. Cecil Shane having Mill- Week Bridge club. As£ociatlonal B. T. U. meeting ta 7.30 P M, First Baptist church. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Bed Pepper club of city high school entertaining football :boj's with dinner party at country club. Elm*ood Cemetery association luncheon meeting »Ilh Mrs. Otto Bradbcrry at Little River at 12:30. Ladles Bible class of tlrst Methodist, church meeting with Mrs Alice Lee, 7.30 I>. M. Buvm-AlfoKL Miss Elfzabetn Alton), only daughter of Mr and Mrs, L. W. Allord of McComb, Miss., became the bride of Mi. Kelley Beavers, of Cleveland, Miss, and Bljlhc- Mlle, hi a ceremony solemnized Sunday, at luka, Miss. The Rev. W. H. Caraviay, pastor of the Methodist.chuich, read (lie ritual al the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. V Edwards, brother-in-law and sister of Mr. Beavers '. , t Mr Bcaveri and his brido arc now at home uilh ivlr. and. Mi-s. W. I. Den ton 111 this city whero Ihc bridegroom is connected with the Federal eomprcS. = ^ J Tt)c bride is a member of u .prominent Mississippi family. Her mother has been president, of UK Mississippi stale Methodist Woman's Missionary society for Uie pjst bix jean, and the family lias long been Identified with civic, religious and social affairs of; that ^tatc. Mi>. Beaicrs received lier "_lat<:r education at Delta State Teachers college i|t Cleveland, jMiss, and Is a graduate of the Southern Illinois Normal University at Cgrbondalc. ' 'Mr. Beavers, uho li the son of .Mr and Mrt E L Beavers of Cleveland, attended Miltsans college at Jackson, Miss. He was associated with his lather, a prominent planter, before coining ' : - here four months ago. ••- . • ."n siud'y C*roup. MeflVj&Iv'i / Mission Study group 'oj.vtlie CbUJicll . of ,.tlie FirsV'i ChriUaii church : met' at .the' home of .Ifer.'i. John C. McHancy Monday «/fcri noon. Mrs. Edith McCool presided over the business session. ' Mrs. L.- L.., ward, led tlie devotional, using 'us iier tlicmc, "Moments With the Master", and Inking the rcspolislve reading from the books of .Ihe! Old and New Testaments. Mrs,,,J. C. Ellis used "The World a 'Friendly 'Neighborhood- 'as the subject ol t , the program. 'Mrs. V. E. Buttcrworth B avi> "The World as a' Family", ussisted- by Mrs George W. Bnrliam, wlio gave "A Study . In- Colors", nnd Mrs. J. R. Vivian and Mi-s. Ollle Foster, who gave a short playlet; "Wooden Soldiers". Mrs. J.- Cecil Lowe provided special music. The program wus centered around World I'enee as a general topic. Refreshments mere scrfcd by ilic ' luxaivs. <V. M. u: Meets. t Announcement has been mode of the marriage ot Miss Calhcr- ^Inc Rankln of Lawrence. Mass, and Mr. S P. Johnson, formerly of this city and now of Lawrence.' Mr. Johnson and Ills bride-, accompanied by Mrs Johnson's- mother, Mrs J w. Rankln, also of , . , o o Lawrence, were here -for severa dajs stay Him Mr. 'and Mrs. S P. Johnson ST., and Dr. and Mrs. I. R Johnson, cnroutc to Florida lor the whiter. The bridegroom, wi, 0 miu j c ],j s home »llh Dr. and 'Mrs. Johnson lor several years agojit eight years !«o, lias resided m Lawrence for the past n\e jears He Is man- 1 i1 B f r , - Ot ^ Rankirl ' 5 summer hotel m Maine. Mn> Johnson is a member of A widely known -family of the (ARK.); ; CQymiBK,,NEWB. =—~ L :.-~-r^-r:~ Osceola Society •— Personal MIS A c. Haley, assistant secretary; Mrs. nolantl Oree», cor- rcsixinding sccicUry, Mre. Hiley B Jones, conference ti-c«$urcr; Mi-s. c. S. Stcmis, assislmit; Ml'6. W. A. Stlckmon, local tvfasurcr; Mrs. W. L Horiwf, supcrliitcu- ucnt of publicity; Mrs. ciiailea i> Wyjic, superintendent of Christian social scnlct, Mrs. Fred Warren, supcriiiicndcjil of supplies; Mrs, -Wyatt Henley, stipcri Intendcnt World Outlook; Mri Hari-y Kirby, siiiwrlntendenl l chll- dron's work; Mrs. .C. G, 6in!Ui. supeiintoident mission study. '•{•-'• The 29 present heard Mrc/v,]/ E. TuU give tiic mission ' Solution to Previous Contract Problem . KY >VM. K. MtKKNNKV Seereiary, Amcrltan l!rhl|C League The largest. event la the program of the national bridge championship tournament of , Uie American Bridge League, which will start.In New York City December Iff, Is the national open pair championship. In this event Uie finest pairs of the United Slates and Canada assemble annually to vie for the. coveted national pair title. Willie the event is large, Ino players arc given lots of op|x>r- tunlty to play bridge, as -the event runs , for live consecutive nights, starting Monday anil including Friday. There Is an elimination at the end of the second and third rounds and then a two- round final. This year I have n hunch that M,\'- ' «••<>'' ptisL church met Monday at «}c home of Mrs. J. c. Ha.nlsh. Tlic concluding lesson of the sliitlv course entitled "Where Is He" Vus BH'en. Mrs. Leslie. Moore coiuluct- ea a thorough cnimlimtloii on the course and, live membciij tiunlined i 1 seiils. . The meeting was adjourned with prayer by Mrs, Marvin Lane mint' he next regular , meeting, , v m c l> is o also be wllli M rs . j. 0 '. Hurt nisii. . ' * * * IVomiui's iViusilliu-y H»s Bmincss Mcellng. Plans for Christmas activities were made in a meeting of l), D WuiHMi's..,Auxllliii 7 of the First .Presbyterian .churcli Mondtiy at- teriiopn at the t-hii relit Mrs c-M Gray, vicq- president, presided. ' * • • ... S«n Horn. A-, A ion ivas born (o Mr. inul Mrs A. G. • pockcry last, night HI the Blythcrille 'hospKal. The I, "by weighs 6evca „„<, „ lmlf Jewish Aid -lo M«l. • i , Ml '' V iJ ;,, JieUcl ?»" Mr ». William Lang w ui entertain the Jewish Ladles Aid Wednesday evening ,'t o'clock 11118 °" Kc " tuck >'' » « • « AtsoeUlloiul B. T. U. To Meet. ' ,wr , ,, r> U " "W'nkaUon will meet at -the H , 3t - Baptist church on December 6, with representatives fro,,, the whole comity pes- ^- ;J. P. Friend., director, "il preside and, the Wilhclm Union will present the • program The fusion will begin, A 7 " 30 and , ' Ports arc requested from each union represented. rtn ! « divided her time between Lawrence and points of Maine during t .e summer and winters in Florida. : : • e o Business Wonwn Haie »«ck, Spaghetti Supper. Members of the Business and Professional Women's club and one guest, Mf* Alice Backus, of CarlciYiJlc, On, houscgucst of Miss Minnie Matthews, were cn- tertaired with n duck -and .spa- Elietti supper tel, «eiiln B nl the GoU hotel tthcn Mrs H L Reynolds, Mrs,. J G Barnes and Miss Ujra Lee, Col email were hoslcss- Plans were made" for a lecture to be given here on January 23 oy Miss Mollle Lamb, regional director of. Uie Business and Professional Women's club, .to. which tllp public 5^111 be Invited. A 'IBaclt to t the I>rm" program WU1 also bo given 'at an early dale, -lo be, announced later, wltli Miss Cpienian In cliargc. Plans .note ^ announced for the annual Christmas parly, to be given - at ' the s homo of Mrs. o'.M d of gifts. . It^was.decfclW, to give 'way a lurkey^ roraO}irlslmas with de- Ulls lo^W announced later <- ' '• • ,- . was elected V'lof ^the Roman's 'MI'S- slwtry *cfcty-of'«ie prat Melli- odtaticrmrth^iri-a. meeting at the church Mpndiy ^ arteriioon. Mrs. Brtwer/li»i; been , •outstanding 'in church, actlvrttes, ;or "a -number offye*r!,;'Ure.fCih«rleB L. Wyllc fa „ the 'reUrin* ..'frresj&nt.' ' '- '- -Other oB1e«r»>niro«l'were: Mrs J^,E: Crtta, vice president; Mrs. f. St. Jonu, recoKUng secretary; Lady Ruth Hcnbcsl 'has recovered from an extended Illness of whooping, cough,-.' "Henry Davis nnd mn Simmons left today for Miami, Fla. Misses jaync Barnes, . Mary Calhcrlne Martin. Clara Louise Davis and Martha Robinson spent, faunday afternoon In CaruUicrs- villc. . . i Mr. and Mrs. Howard Peck and two sons, of Memphis, luivc' returned home after,h' visit with rclntivos. Mrs. E. M. Ealon accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. E.. H. Dcagifc and daii B hlcr, Lavdlle, spcjilv/iib holiday -u, Commerce; "Mb: "^ Mr. and Mrs. Seliie Fimcclt have returned . from 'Memphis where they visited'for a week 1 . ,, Mr ' «»<I Mrs'..E,'M. Holl';a'iid ^-. ,• • i:" 0 ' 1 have . fcturncir from Cookevlllc mid, Crossvilic'. Tcnii Where they spent, Thanksgiving' with relatives of Messrs. !folt. ' Mrs. A. O. Siiibley ni|il -Miss Agnes Ramcy spent yesterday m Memphis. Miss Louise Dobyns, - who underwent an operation yesterday M the .Memphis baptist hospital, is Declarer Should Guide Play to Put Percentage on Hip Side V K 101 4 « « :i *S 5-1 4 »6 i ' V .1 1 « QSS I 4 A !i c ;< Uiililicute—N. tiiui ^oulli \\'enl ['aHfl Pass Dotiblu J'dbiii Nui-th i 4. 3 N. T. I'nss i I'nas a y •I !V. T i li* load—* J. l 4 1'nes sonic young pair of unknowns will CHpluro MIC HUP. Tax-r, for c.vum- ple, a young player like'George Kennedy of New York. He's marie a line showing for himself and Tprlay's Contract Problem Noilli Is |>!fi)lii>r Dili, li.iml al four t,|Kiilc» 'ilnce roiiniU of cluOs aio jilijtd, dcilarei luiiiiplnt, Ilio lliiul Should dumps (16 im|leil' A KQ J 10 G V T J J j 4363 A 7 I (lillml) N. W. D«[. (lllliid) A A U V A« 10 • A J 10 + S r,;i :; Suliitlon In next issue. one thing you have to say -for these youngsttii LS that thcj want to win, more than a plajer who has once held a title / J Here's a hand that »p/ playe I by Kennedy against a couple of Die country's experts Aiilvlng at six clute might have uccn onti mkllc. N The ri»y A diamond was opened Ken- icdy, silting in the North, won wltli the ace. He then took twu rounds of trumps. Now, should nc .end towartl the jack of MicaitsV Snpixise he docs.:and • tlie Wc'U hand wins nnd returns a spade. He 1ms lo decide quickly whether to take tlie finesse. lloivevci 1 , Kcinicdy played tU;- linntl so Hint, he had n, c best possible clinncc of milking )|| S COM . tract. He .look >o spade liiip.«? first and now, .if'It, falls, lie tas lo tnke the hcnrl fiuesstj. But if Llic spade finesse holds he can then pluy the hand absolutely cafe by leading toward Ilio • j u ri: of ItcarU. Remember thai the bull-r player always tries to •'make'.(lie play thai puts Ihc percentage vn Kla side. (Copyrlglit, 1113.1, NBA Service, Inc.i Tlic Methodist Mtesionai-y ladles met. at. the cliureh yesterday afternoon -at 2:30. 'A short business- meeting and the election of ollicfps; for next year was the program. .The new orllclre to be- Installed in January, are: IWCEitait-, \irs. s. M. HodgeB; vice president, Mrs. Alma Morrison' secretary, Mrs. G. L, Glascoe; treasurer, Mrs. Margaret Barblers; Miiicrlntemlciit of social service- Mrs, John ttdviiiBton; suiwrintcn- (tcnt of publicity, Mrs. Claude Thompson; superintendent, of supplies, Mis. Gllucrt Gough; stijicr- Inlenilcnl of 'world outlook, Mrs Moriarlty; .superinteiidcnt of mission-study, Mrs! H. M. llheulmsli- superintendent, of bible study, Mrs R. C. Morchead; local treasurer Mrs. A. S. Rogers, A few plans were made for Christmas. Mrs, Hale "Jackson went to" Memphis . today to spend u, week at (he home of her sister, Mrs. Nce- ly.- Dowcn; ; Airs. C'li'arles Lowrance and Mrs Charlie Coleiiian ' sjicnt Monda'i in . Memphis.' • . .Mrs. J. B. Mitchell went to Little Rock today on business; She will return In a few' days. Ann and Nancy , : Jane - Driver daughters -of : Mr. and • Mrs.. C. B DrUcr, who imderwent an opera tion.for the removafof-tlieir ton Mis ,arc rcix)rted-to be recover Ing rapidly. Wilson Society — Personal Mrs. John Handoljili, of Atlantic City, N.. J,, who'lias been liio Sliest of her .daughter. Mrs. O. M. Hill for a month, returned to he home Moiidny. Mr. ami', Mrs. William Ludwit had as their .sural-v for the week cud Mr. and Mre. p. J. Uultz and daughter, Miss Man-elta of Pa- lalionlas, Ark. Miss Pamela Manaskei. of Jiick- soii, Tenn., wlio has been visiting licr aunt, Mrs, ,A. J. Laiiilrum, returned hoihc Vcstcrday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Albcrs, of rcsllng very well. Her parenU) Mr. ami Mre.. W. A. Dobyns !ire with her. Buy Wurllitngton, formerly of here anil now of Memphis • k l^ndln^ to,,biibhics.s in tlic ( ,dly. Nancy Lou Hurdlii, daughter ot Mr. und Mis. Louie Hardln, is at. Uip ' Baptist hospital In Memphis; where siic Is 16 undergo a ton- sllectoiny. Her parents are with her. W. M. Scruggs relumed yesterday from Memphis where he spent » few days. • Mr. nnd Mrs. R. u Gaines Have as their guest-s Mrs. Gallics' mother, Mrs. U E. Newuill, of Dy- crsburg, Tenn., who will return home Sunday. Mr. awl Mrs. Richard Dickinson nnd daughter, of Philadelphia, Miss, were r-ucsls of Miami Mrs. D. Hammock for MV- eral eluys. Mrs. E. B. Rolund, of Joncs- boro, was tlie euest of Mrs. j H shcr «»d family yesterday. Miss Minnie Matthews has as her guest. Miss Alice Backus of Ciirlcrvillc, Oa. Mary Alice Schvyeider and L. L. Green Marry CAHUTUERSVILLE. MO — A wedding of Interest was that cf mw Mary Alice Schwcldcn and - L. Green, bolh of this city, which look iilncc Tlinnksglvins The ceremony was "performed (it the home .of Mrs, j. t. jnmes, with the Rev. D. K. Poster, pns- lor of First Bnptlsl church, of- flclatins. The bride was Riven in mar- na«c l>y her brother, Bcrnunl icliwcliler of Salem. The wedding Htlcndanl.s were Mr. nnd M^ ., M. McFall. - ; - ' ' _^ c "ride Js the clangiiter of HOW FAMILY LAXATIVE ; SmU Young and Qld 'fS^'^^^j'tec • hwl-.m-i.min., itt'd««d. of cl,Viirj «am , " " m V iu i" '•« 'h. 1««°« F.n ™V'»'»"<«" ..<,«««rfoB. 1 >nhlbil forming F«n««iiiit. ]i !,• /„. "££ 'Si"," 0 " 3 ilh ° m Upl " '"" t£ t 1 i" d «"««'«»'t. Todi ' ' 666 Wq«M -fbfab Checks i.ititiiu - -tableis |i'- v . ; y; saivc - NOMJ props Headacnes 'In',_30; 'Mln'ute John Schweiaer of Sicelcvillc, Mo. Blic. is a griiduati! of rorresl Park College, SI. Louis, nii'd" for the past eight ycnts • has 'set'i'crt ns deputy lax cpllcclor of I'cmis- col county. - ."> • '' • • • • l; .••••• ' 'Hie grob'tii is" the soil of' 1 Mr. iintl Mrs. J, VV.,Oreeu of tli|s' city. He Is deputy • recorder, of Pemiscot, county, his father having served as recorder.lor .the past 33 years,' Hospital Notes . Admitted lo Ihc Blythcvillc liosPllnl: Rex Hughes, Huffman; Mrs. A. C. Dookcry, city. Dismissed. Hilda White, city; Glenn High- nil, Scnath, Mo.; J. E. Chism Manila. COUGH . . .Real Throat relief I ' Medicated with ingredients of Vicks VapoRub OVERCOMES BAD BREATH BAKING POWDER Manufactured bybaking powder Specialists who' make nothing but baking powder —under supervision of expertt chemists. ALWAYS &*m* price today « 44 years ago FULL PACK NO SLACK FILLING 'orrest city, were gu«ts tor the seek end of Mrs. Atom 1 parents ; ifr. and Mrs. Hobcrt Clayton Mr. and Mrs. .1. P. Ciillorn 'and lauslilcr, Miss Eulii Davis, spciii .tic Thanksgiving holidays with relatives iit Nashville, Tcim. They were accompanied liunie by Mrs Cullom's sibter, Mrs. R. t,, M 0n J roc. Mr. mxl Mrs. J. I'. Kcllcy, Mr! and Mrs. I;'. J. Brunncr, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Junkorsfcld, of Memphis, wore guests Sunday of Miami Mis. William Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Zander had as their yncsts Sunday Mr. and Mrs. William Dnkc, of Memphis. Mibscs Jcanettc and Louise Phillips spent the Thanksgiving holidays wltli their parents al Conway, Ark. Mrs. J. D. McKcnzic has returned Ironi a visit with relatives at Columbia, Tenn. N. B. Ellis jr., spent the weekend nt, Memphis wii'i his grand- molher, Mrs. T. T. Branch, and his aunt, Mrs, Estelle George'. "" Mrs. J. T. Caiiley of • Sheffield, Ala., arrived .Saturday for « iivo weeks visit 'with her daughter, Mrs. S. c. Brandon jr. ; J. H. Grain left Monday 'foi Washington, D. c.,* where he will spend several days oil business. Miss F-.innie Dedhain, who hat, been visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. D. McKciiKie, lias, returned to her dome at Columbia, Tcnu. Mrs. Eva Kerlin, Mrs. H. M Lewis. Mrs. Arthur Hudson and Mrs. Henry Goldman arc attending tile Methodist. Missionary wnc meeting lit Joiner .today. Miss Alice George spent Sunday In BlyUicvillei as the guest o[ her cousins, Miss Sclma and Fred Saliba. Mrs. W. P. Wilson, \viio has brai In the Baptist hospital at Memphis for five weeks, Is not ini- Howard Frazlcr, \Vcst, Memphis, 3 Doses o£ Foley's Loosens Cough ,; : TUESDAY, was.tlic wwk cmr guest''of" his parents. Mr. and Mrs; Gils Howard . I'razicr. " ; 'iroviiif. She will undergo an iperation in a few;.days. Misses Mary. Syui'oiids .and Horon aoodloc were week end guests it the Jlotel Gayoso, Memphis. Babyland King and Queen Crowned at Steele Friday STEEUi, Mc.-Guy.sicivaiVTra- vis, EOIV ol Mr. and Mrs. - G. o. fravls, and Hazel Marie Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hayes ; <l, SmiUi, were crowned • 'ii'liie nnd ween of - Btcelols >B» b yla $ ii , ceremony before v the dpenli,, O ' r 'Cupid; incorporated," senior piav at the auditorium Friday night. There ' were 30 conteslimis, The piay, directed by Miss Mury ' Holchiilgc, assisted by Mrs c Ei Miller, intruded, the laVgesl ciovni-i ever • to -attend an affair, at tho liigli school. • - •. The • little : king 'and Ills (lueen t were crowned by ; Mua ' Madalonc- Kclley, queen of Steele' basketball Guy Stewart Is' the, grandson' of Airs. I'earl stew-art, of Blyllio-' ville. ' • i • • , . • DRI-SHEEN... An Amazing New Cleaning Process! ilcrc's something new umfer thesun- an odorless dry cleaning process which makes silks look like new... imparts lustrous sheen and soft feel ihai wins instant admiration.. .and restores life and freshness to garments! It'spilcd DRI-SIIEEN ...and it is nor only tffcciive for silks, but for rayons and cclanese materials as well! We are licensed to use this sensaiional new odorless method of drv cleanine Proof! ''.Hail . ey «Ji'« ftrelltni ruulls." O. E. - HONEY „ Fgr ? !doryouni!-<liirinsd«y or "'S^T-yo u can fafely rcty on f off y s llonttjand Ta r foe OaMjtllRllttl.CtflgluillKI 'Hit Dil4))rt/> r«xc!i can only bi used in a mmlecnLy equipped plant MZk PROC€$S Phone 180 BARNES' •NU-WA CLEANERS Aiilhmiml Users uf Ihe Drisliecn I'ruvess Don 3 1 wail until Christmas to yet your ARVIN Hot Water Heater STAKT KNMOYfNH IT TODAY ONLY "11UONS Of POUNDS MAVr tttN US»0 «r Out GOVUMMtNT $15.45 Complete Inslnlkd PHILLIPS MOTOR CO., 777 QUICK i Service Station ;"lOTtL /A Our Annual Pre-Chrisfmas Starting Wednesday Dresses^ The selection includes a representation of every important mode of the season WOO), AND VELVET DRESSES 525 AND S2U.75 ..V-ALUIJ^ . . ^ SILK AMD WOOD DRESSES G.Tf) AND S19.75 VALUES 10 1 HACK S5.95 TO $7.95 DRESSES $0.95 COATS Even greater values than you dared hope for 32 SW.75 TO .COATS §25 lo Sa!).7n : '.?l(i.7S {o • COATS ; Si<».7r, COATS 10 A Group of Better COATS "SUITS $<r>iri.95 Knitted SUITS V'AL'UB $5.05 VAIJIK TSITT'S SHQF

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