The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1934 · Page 2
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PAGE'TWO ' - ~BLYTHEV11LE"(ARK.) COURfKR NEWS Social Calenciar .WEDMESOAY'S EVENTS JMis w, J Wimdcrlicli having WedneJda> Bridge club nt countiy eiub *P. E O. luncheon meeting at h.ome of Mrs A Comvay \ Church of Christ Bible study meeting 230 pin with Mrs E D. B»kcr. • Junior High P.-T. A .meeting at T p.m. following meeting of cxccu- i)ve board at 2:30 p.m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS • •Mrs'. Russell Phillips having tl«s I'hursdny Luncheon club at conn- fry' club. • Mid-Week Bridge cluU meeting Mill Mrs. M.;O. Usrcy. • Mis Carrol BlaKemorc having Thursday Contract club. • V D C meeting with Mrs Mar- j'in Robinson. • Holy Name society of church ol flic lininaculntc Conception having plngo party at hall. • Yarbro Missionary society meet ing with Mrs. Cora Berry, 2 p.m. J Mrs L H Moore ciileitnlnlng Thuisday Biidge club , Dorcas Sunday school : c.lnss of F'rst Baptist church having chrlst- „ was party at home of MIS Jiiimnons • FRIDAY'S EVENTS • American l/'jlon Auxiliary nicsl- Jng nt hut at 2;30 p.m. » Music and. literary.; dcpai Imcnlr of Woman's club having joint incel- Jiig 3 pm. at home of Mrs S S. »3t«rnberg , » SATURDAY'S EVENTS • County Council Home Demonstrn- ,'Jlon clubs meeting at Woman s ' ^)ub ? for all day meeting ? JBjrUM^V resptc To Attend tnxora Parlj. , A numbci ot BljUievlllc pcop'r 'have been invited to the bridge "' i be. given at thc now . anunlly house of LiAorn JVIdaj »[• rtcfnoon, S o'clock Mri Mne Thpmjftoh Mis Elliott, Williams Misses Margaiet Moffltl, Mulbsllc Cook and Elizabeth Spann \vlll be ' Ucorsc 11. Dcrn, w . ifc Secretary of Wur, In ulil • Mormon costume. Willie secret. Melfcoiiist Wonijn Hayc Harievf. Program In celebration of the last meeting of the crmrch.iear, the Woman s MiEsionuj society of (he rirst Methodist cluirch hid a Haivesl Day piogiam Monday afternoon n' the ihiiich Iriclt-td In tin. 33 incsent vsue MITKS K N Beaver, K S BlcriU M J Cool.-, and Mrb .1 E Calto\\ay of Arkadelphla Alk houseguest of her daiighlci, Mrs c L Wylie, «nd jvir \vjlii- Mrs c. o,Smith «.»s In clMige of'Joe ^ program, )n vvl)ich a plavl-t ''GSjtboff Us>Wi»«%iM* given *!»> Mines K N Bcav'er, H S, sfcrity; win, Harrj \\MJaines C S Stevens' L E 'fail, A B Falrfleld, J B CrllK, E p. Ferguson and Rlley B Jone-j taking part, The .hostesses, Mines R N Hill C S Stevens, C G Smith, W M Taylor, A B I airfield, c E Crl" ecr, Ivfeill tiMd, John Smc-thornnm, 1 '• M Bmnettc and H I, Harp, ."cned fruit cake, lopped v\ith whipped cream and coffee. * * • Dell Missionary Socletj Meets Thc woman's missionary society of the Methodist chuich at Dell met at the home of Mn E M Wcodaid last Tuesday afternoon uith 10 members present Thesu officers v,cre elected for the new seal ,Mrs Owen prcst dent, Mrs L M Moodj, vice president; Mrs Hohnan, corresponding sccretarj, Mrs J R Hill recording seciTiai-j and treasurer Airs Ea>l Maijcts, local treasurer Mp> Cljdc ailliland, superintendent of publicity. After the business mecltng a salad was served with frtiit cake and coffee. • v Th 0 ™>H meeting vull.be Held at trie homc o! Mrs- Wllri Whistle * ^ * Circles Meet. Circles of the Woman s Auxiliary ot tne First Picsbytenan chuich met Mondty afternoon iiith the group, which win i, ave a Christmas party ncn Monday cvenlne at the home of Mrs B A Bugs Hcportsot the worl in Caddo volley school were given in all ol thc groups after which plans were made ^Or EjCllQlni? H. (~!tln(Ktn.i,; Kr.y [n tliri at Mrs Harold Ickts wife of Secrc- y'cjUry uf Interior, in '/. U ni Indian I dress from Mexico. Mrs. Henry A. Wallace, : w l'f e of Secretary of Agriculture, in Yugoslavian peasant garb. ... , , ' • • *• «•*•«, ^iL-ujior Rcpscvelt r^^^zrsxx-ztfzrs., their vrell Un 0ml f aml , y ca| . s n(U , c(l (Q tl]D ^^ Lean gave the Bible lesson, "Secrets of the Master," assisted by olhcr members. (o iltended the annual slug whose niniiil in taxicabs Insteatl of serviu! \voirles Born. Mr. and Mrs. Henry \vWbrook announce the 'birlh of a dniighler Monday, attomoon nt their homc 501 Park street. The baby, who weighs eight pounds, has been named Blllic. jean, Before, her mar- rliisc Mrs. Weslbrociit was Mbii-Jii- lia Maxwell.' Clirls'lnias. I'rojfrain (o V 1; ' "'ven in Junior High. "'"-' Junior high school, di. Miss Hazel Sample and iss Mary Bmnia Hood, will present progra mor Christmas songs at the December mcctiiig o ftlio junior High school p.-r. A. Wednesday afternoon, 3 o'clock. The,Rev. Alfred Carpenter, nas- lor of the First Uapl«t church, W lll be Ilia ijj-inclpa speaker. A prize Is to be given the home room having; the greatest number of mothers present. The main objective of the p -T -A •his .ycar.-is the 'improvement"of library facilities | n lllD Echool g • inr Hie p.-i 1 . ^\ h jj^ s (.QD( •• f' fullcl f °f 'he purchase •or tile,library tind has flmma subscription to 12 magnzincs. * * * prauiatic Club Members Till Sing; Christmas Carols McnWrsbf thc Dramatic club. r b- cenl y organized, will sing „.,,,. -«i"uuij iiigiu ncrorc Uirlslmus to shut-las. Th»y wl n SsCt,""" , TWl " 0 "- of Plans for tills were made at a mCCtlriK last prrnliiir «( tu. i of t: •as made and corn ixippcd' S Included in those • ,rc«,n was Miss Mildred Jarratt.'a Miss Agnes Mays and Jack Smith' Married AMr-.'""- Mrs. of Lcpanlo announce , ' r. to Jack H. Smith, of Wil-«.»» _ T , . •_. r w* 'I* 1 Bits oj News Mostly Persona:' "Hold That Line!' Mrs. Ida Catchlngs, of Ualcsvllle Miss., and Georgetown, Miss., has nrrlvcd to be with iSfrs. W. N. \VII Hams, who is m at her Armovcl home, Ted Eising, o( Oscsola, vvas liiii _.iesl of Miss Uernlce Heed durlin, tile weekend. Mrs. 7'lcldcr Perry is now con vnlcsclng: ut the home of Iicr moth cr In Memphis following a maJ6 operation performed two weeks ago at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mis, D. S., Irby and dnughtei June, of BatesviHe, Miss., are 'guest of Mrs. Irby's sister, Mrs. W. i\ Williams, and Mr. Williams. Mrs. Alice Womack Is ill from In fliicnzn. Miss Orlnc iliiltchlus, of Manila, is fllllng'licr position In the Armorel school. Dr. J. A. Saliba was In Memphis yesterday for the meeting of th" Memphis society of Ophtholinology and Otalarj-ngology. Mines. A. M. Butt, Farnsworlh Black and W. J. Pollard spent yesterday in Memphis. Miss Martha Self is a patient at the Carlly-nnmsay hospital of Memphis. ... Miss Martha Baker, who has been i-lsillng relatives iu Aberdeen. Miss., since Thanksgiving, has re turned 1101111?. Miss Elfalce Scott is rcccivin" treatment at the Cinrlly-namsay hospital of Memphis. irs. Loy Welch, Mrs. Fred Oilman and Nancy Clulre McCnuby will spend tomorroiv in Memphis." J. L. Chllmau. vvlio wns stricken crlticnlly IU last ,,l s lu nl his Uoral , 1011 West Hcarn, was removed to the BIythcville hospital (oriay He hns appendicitis nnd complications. : Mr. and Mrs. c. o. Unngslou returned Sunday night from several days stay in riulcvillc and Puw- heen, Miss. Mfees Cora Uc Coicnian. Joyce Henley and Marsavet Mnoru arc in In olden days the college boy who "tended In hlg Itnilttiig" wan diligent In purault of Ills studies. Today freshmen and sophomores at Columbia University. New York, actually lend to their knitting, as evidenced by W. S. Brlmhall, pictured plying bis needles in a flvonuoMs workout against » Uoe of yarn. .Asbestos, which • comes from "snnenlinc" rofk. and which is Mid lo be'the oldest''material ou earth, remains unchanged, regardless of volcanic activity or earth pressure. ., , sv.i • programs Circle 1. Mrs z a l B 'Harrison chairman, had a ymuiric party ,"t en au'r^S'^" % P ' M ?* s ' * hen icn attended Mrs. Uo> Walton gave ihc Mcvotloliai, /rqsi llic second chapter p( Lvikc. Appropriate holl- ^ a y'^cora(lons.werej H sed ana th* circle 1, of which Mrs Fred hostess, Bcstacs thc Wne' ^ws present Mmes. 5 j co- •icn, A. r. Dielrjch, Sluart. H Salmon, and Robert S E i^-o ir,«» ,,„„ Hie ceremony was performed lit Osccola Sunday, Dec. 0, with tin; Rev. cole; pastor of the First Baptist church there, officiating Their attendant were , the bride's mister, Mrs. Howard Bnrtoii, and brother, Jim Mays., ' : /The young couple will ' make (heir, homc In Wilson, where thc groom is employed by the Wilson Motor company. 3teeJ e ;R~N. A. Will ; Hold Electipn tonight •Ti,r w 5 vo Tie Mfasjop of ^ho Blaster" M M Salmon, secretary of ChrUtian education and rnlnlslenal relief, prc- ' " t T2ftr : ?S;-'£' h ? p™^*rn, on minis- J^er""*^ *** ICd ' by Mre ' r - B ' Ij.fnS T E ,iy* lV ? ClrCl ° WaS C11 ^r- uy inc chtiinnaii when 13 ~\T'* ?" d ^Kvfe'lor, Mrt. stu- - H. Salmon, attended. Mrs Sal- •, , Mp.— Mayjlofter cam» No. 6309, Hoyal Neighbors ol Amer ica \v|n hold election ot officers to at it mccllng al the iiomc or , Mrs. .vimnl^ Brooks. 11 mem ' Buys Holland brug Store COOTER, Mo-Paul H. Cooper oMier and manager b[ cooper's Phannacy l-.crc, has bought the Hol- Don 'r : let colds, fevers and 'flu put you in bed! JU8l 5 > OU "tell . ..cold, help Natvirs.reraoys «,» • D J ,'r W' 1 ;*,.'?^'?' -DR- J BON-D'S i , Sat bedtime. It will tta . «jy«>''f. ;»Utiiul»te , ?„ «»»« f .6*"f l>r cl "?is& (ha linh v Sfn ltl * '""""Ulei. Dr. SS5J a , Pll l? aro , lnori! thn " a h* . ".VUv.v lhe y '""0 «P •i 1 ,?, »ys»«w:- : 'i>«y MO small, Hll?' ,Sl' wtlv<> an<J Inciuen. P'y°-..'ihc}- ctat only sse. ,s5l,! ' MCT . ' Stccle-Gooter ! 1 Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. Guss cooper announce the arrival of a 014 pound daughter, Sylvia -Joaii, last Saturday Afternoon at their homo' in Cooler. Mrs, Cooper is the former Miss Myrll Mlchlc. Mrs. Helen Kclleft Mpore aiid'jbn, James Aul)onj,;,ol;-wiilford,: Ark., ure tjie houseg'ucBts of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. MOore and Mrs, charlbs Bates Mrs. Alma Grlssoirt and daufh- ter, Martlia Wllford, and Mrs. V, L. Ulackwell, left, jast week end via molor /or a visit, with Mr. and Mrs. L, V.- JJiiley and daughter, Janica, anil Mrs. Jennie Weaver, at Phoe~ nix, Ariz. ; • Mrs, J. A,'Brown is under! treatment at the Blylhevlllc hospital, Mrs. John Parks Jr., and Alia .Bird WIlMii spcjif. Saturday 111 MemphLs. . : Miss Ka'therlne Jones Jefl- Friday !for an extended visit in Memphis 'wilh Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Howies ;nnd family. • Mrs..' Howies Is thc former Miss Birth Reid, of Cooler. Miss Opal Earls'has returned lo school at Memphis after a visit here \v)lh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Earls. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Woody have returned after a visit with relatives In Savannah, Tcnn. Mr. and Mi's. N. W. Spencer and children, of Haytl, were hcvc Sunday as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Spencer, having Just returned from.a visit in Savannah, Tcnn. Mrs: Edward' Davis and (laugher, Peggie Ann, have returned to (heir home In Tennessee after a visit here with her sister, Mrs. Arch Jordan, and family. Mr. and Mrs. uowcll Klrksey, of Mlcola, .spent Sunday as guests of Mi', and Mrs. Charlie McAdams, of Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Peak and daughter, Joan, 0 I Harrisburg, ill., arc honsegiie.'its of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. ilarl, of Maplcwood. David Crockett, who has been in the CCC camp at Calico Hock, Ark., visHc<j hls..parcnts. r/| Dr. and Mrs. j. K"Crockeii, here"las't week. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Zahncr and daughter, Mrs. John McClurc, spant Friday in .Memphis. J. B. Jones and John Tucker iverc visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Ashcroft at.La .Vclle Thursday. They were accompanied homo by Glen Jones, who had been visiting there the past two weeks. I Jack McClure, Mrs. u. McClurc and son, jimmy, and Miss Pauline Dlnckborn, of cooler, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, A. Ashcroft Sunday, t Dr. Joe .Beasley, of tulanc University, New Orleans, has returned i lo school alter a visit here wilh his p.irrals, Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Beas,ley, and sisters, Miss Maude Alice j.aml Mrs. Knthljnc Michie. |, ', II. E. Doerner has returned honie Jrotn a visit to Peiisacola, Fla."" f" Dr.'and Mrs. L.' G. McCutchen, of St. Louis, spent lasl Sunday here wilh Dr. and Mrs. p. p. McCutchen. ; Mrs. Carrie Allen, of Memphis .is visiting relatives in this vicinity. Tiic Home Makers club of Number Bight has elected Mrs. E. E. Evans president of the Senior division, nnd Miss Mable Hamlctt president of lhc Juniors. Tlie Seniors met last Tuesday with Mrs. H. O'Kanc. Calvin Gean Brown, w-ho was .dangerously m u, c i a i tcr !)ar i.. 0 [ Jast, week, is much better now. He ,is llie son of Mr. and Mrs. Eivvood Brown. Mrs. Iris Cunningham Whelan. of Boston, Mass,, has arrived to spend tl) C winter here with her parents, Rev. avic i Mr5 . j B c ninghain. Miss Artie Bryant, ot cape Gl- ^rdeaii, L 5 emst of ,, C1 . n(s "car Cooler. .; -Mrs. Jack Palmer and son have fetmnecl to their hom c at Puxico after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. George Burnett. i Lawrence Little and Miss Hazel pcBakcy were guests -of -Mr. and Mrs. L. w. Abraham of Blvtheville, Friday night. t Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Spencer were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A L M C - Cnde, of Canithcrsvllle, Friday. Mrs. Homer Waters has returned from si. Louis, where she was the guest of relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Allen and W. A. Mooney were guests ol friends in BlyUicville Sunday. i M "- E. M. DsDakey, son. Buddy TUESDAY;Then, Perhaps; A WeddiiigH juwnell Community; dab • ljiys Tin? Community- cluj) of Gosnell made plans for next ycar's-jvork in H. meeting Thursday .-afternoon; 1 . Officers were : reelccled : for •• (he new year and a treasurer, Mrs. Dan Nccdhani, named. Fourteen members were enrolled. , , r Pla'iis ivorc mad« for 'opening the new club on Friday, beccmber 14, when 5 and 10 cejils will be charged! Lepanto Band Invited . to Futrell'* Inaugural LEPANTO, Alk - The" Lepanto High School Band directed by O B. Kan. has been invited to par- Icipate In the mauguul ceiemon- f,,, 01 0ovcm O' J M Futiell at Itlle Rock In January Chickens do not Jeik then heads backward and forward when nm- "'"« ."icy. jerk, them fomard only; the head pauses long enough lor the body lo'cntch up with it "id then pushes • forward again , , .j( 'Haj-laii U .Tourn«au; PorjUVid'tJiisl- n'ess;hian, orily!.!! ' ' ' , . les : .tech' t j," !e'a W : .(tf Jyv ^ , ft rijs solo hop. in the.riliinc In w hp had ha^tivo !jo'itrs'a'nd is nit ^(es ihstructlpn. ,VV5l«n;h«" has jjud iiio'fc'experle'iic'e,, Le Totirneau pfiiis to buy. his own plane and use It oji bushiejsi trips. ; ; ! v f i ;\ ;| [i 666 Cheeks COLDS and FEVER tiquid - luiel. ? *». Salve - Nose Drops Headaches In 30 Minnies BAKING POWDER Same price today as 44 years ago 15 •naeet f«r 2jc Manulac tared »jr Baklnf tuwttr Spcculittt wh»Miak« ••thine bat B*Un| P*w4tr. MIUIONS Ol POUNDS HAVt BftN USED BY OUtt GOVtRNMFNT i: Charni in Clolheg-.. . . Preserved aiid Enhanced by DRI-SHEEN Cleaning! A star role and a lite contract hftve taken Lilian Harvey out of Iho dumps slie has been in lately. • Furthermore, that new contract takes .her to England and closer to her-sweetheart. Willie Frlte'eli, so perhaps - there'll be a wedding 'soon. Meantime.. Lilian expresses her joy in this pose beside the pool in her expansive hopi» grounds at Hollywood. . and daughter, Miss Hazel, and Miss Sue Brooks, were guests of friends In oonithersvillb Saturday. Natives of Snvo, one of Hie Solomon Islands, regadr the shark us B god nnd ca*t their dead, into thc- sea us an offering to the finny deity.• . cWmi^ '° "< cha ™' n S wh«o ydu 1,0k ' m „„, t - PROCjESS ^ODa/ofld'tBiciy PhoiielSO '.I BARNES' Authorized Us'ers : of 'tho Dri-Shcen: Process U '','^ "/ IP IHS FOR CHRISTMAS—YOU'LL FIND IT AT KIRKENDALL'S -Typica! of Our Bargains Arc Colored Electric LIGHT SETS 39c LADY BUtOVA Slander, dainty, sol with diamonds—ol the towsil price vva davn evar offered ' o Bulovo diamond bogueils! Pa/ At Yoy tarn PAT O^BRYANl JEWELER NEW FREEDOM FROM COLDS hrreWERC,W, 1 for SHORTER Cold, At tho Hrsl warning sneeze or nasal irritation, quickl-apply Vicks Va tro nol - just o few drops un och noitril. Ita timely use help; lo prevent many colds-and (a thiovy off colds in their early stages. Vic 8 k?vl»Ru! rC M dydCVcl °P Cd ' u « vicits Vai>oRub, tl lc mother's stand (.'if!s At Moderate -'If With 8 Lamps Our Toy and Gift Lines are (ht Cream of Foreign and Domestic Markets The items listed below constitute only a smiil! portion of our vast stock: »»i.»( Toy Pianos Cowboy Sultf. Toy Tc» Sets, Best Stock of Dolls m Town., nicludmi; Miller's Kuhbcr Dolls, Doll jUbs rnol Chests, Air nii| es , Black-Boards, Blc-.yclcs; Toy rtockcrs Wagons, Tricyclcf. Rocky Horses and Xmas Tree Decorations. nEHEMBEK; OUR PRICES' ARE KIGHT! . : KIRKENDALLS < ( FIVK - AM) - TEN CKNT STORK'',:'; i - 121 W. Malii SI. ILing it on the Tree oriel, us install it lhc day 'before Christmas' . •. . A Gifl He'll Aj)|)reciate for Yeais, ; : • - ' ""•• '"'. • HolAValer .Healers A R V IN $1=45', -^ v-'luslall I "V '*« • "I 1 • T* IF f> ' ' '' "* h ' ' ' '"'' ' " ' aiillips Motor Co. Ill Quick Service Station

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