The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 14, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 14, 1934
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bociaj, Calendar SATVRDAY'S EVENT'S jflty-ftjutKlj HOW Demoiislr.i- tion j" 1 ciU&s y1 '"meeting £ot ^Wonian. club* for "«U d»y in«|l»f ' .(.. /' • ,...'., Has '(jIub^Furij. i( ^^< ' Mrs,' Hussell Phillips was ,hos Uss to thelnursday Luncheon'clui. thisjweek nc tne coiliniy cm«. Miniature Ohrls!inaB ( trees \vo the ctmerpicces lor Ilia iitlrui. Inolj arr.msul (aole In n jov- ana.tSHver inoilf. A two. coitr.>. menu ( »iis solved MJS J, A Lcccn won the piize f i * * * Club Meek Mi's J W. Parker and Mrs 0 H. Willy were guests, of Mu L H Mooie uiicn she hfid i/i. Ihurtaay 1 bridge cluo tnis wee,. &he sened boiled custard, ctu.. snopeo IIKC snouoalls anrt roiii->. in ivionut, Cnimies and nuts hcu ctrues and olnei Yulellcl. decoration:; uai^iu'd 'he ( r hviiib room, k potted plant went to Mrs. J. H. liiKins for the prize. Club Has Guest. A buhct luncn wns served b. Mrs M u Ijirej \inen sne hi. the Mlu-WcvK iuul.xc duo mu, tiers and Mrt> A 13 ralrnci. Inurioaj 1 oinsetuas and \lu. ;t!<Sc aclornmems decorated U small tnuies-iist-'u'foi- nmcn whlu. prtccnea tne card games "'A iewing taoinei was Mrs. Cec. 'Sliane's gut lor hlgn score. * » * Class Has Xmiis Ptirtj 1 :Tne Lwrcas bunduy school clat of die tot baptist churcn J». Its annual Yuituoo party Tnui Bay aiternoon at tnc liome i. ivir$. truiiK hjimtuons when num.. Euia' Epperson, J. M. Glik-sjj. alia:.Sam/head were also hostc- i* Tho brilliantly lighted tico ws ladened with Bills for all an Vhuae \uK' olstriouted by a Saiu Claus who delightui the v\omu lutli his jokes , Tor l)io devotional Mrs Arlhu. Rushing lead tho Umsunn<i stoi from tho Blblo onrt Mi's W (\ Williams told another Yulelki *<<•*'] lhe 20 pic-sent \\cie scried fiul cake lopjjcd nlih Klilppcrt crciuii coffee and stick candy * ? » Entertains Club. Mrs J N(ck Thomas,, guest o Mrs Carrol Bl.ikemore when sh entertained the Thursday Contract club, won the prize, hosiery The Blakemoie home \\ns dec orated ,wilh q pretty trimmei. tiee and bowls of red b»rries TJie hostess^ seneci a salad plate Glad (Jlrls, Ch*s Hai^'Yulcllde Farh tSI\ie,en nuynbere of (he alad Glil^ Sunday school class ol tm. first Baptist church had a Chris,. mas party Tuesdftj esening «(, |t K librae ot Misses Pearl and Jeuel Lee A guest \\as the foimci Itrachoi, Dr Edna NIes Holiday decorations nnd a laigc tret, with gifts for all including a-rcniembiance from the cnttu ™^, T thc toche '' Mrs A o Blayiock, and the ptajiii^ 0 I U^'i'nm^r 1 " f " llrCd Ule ° '»*% I .t. ( sr-^ whiiip=d tyo^dn'R Club To Spunior • Dramatic Club JWen^and women of the o'clock to^tudv^h' °i llle ^>P°"m 10 f tud > Utt drama and 1 0 sent plays aJOn^ u little theater Born Claw Meets, ot the New , thc S jl IP (® M (LID V GEORGE SCARBO - . . UJIllLg IOOEKI&J- OM SOME GRW CAMVo«l Stcele-Cooter Society — Personar i. ., . | Las Vegnsj. ^fov. t they were guests • The' condliloji of A.''O. Hall, who lias been iwrlausly ill, Js worse today. His. daughtei, Mrs o \v Deale, of Memphis, and Mrs. Mcadie licllon, ot 'New Madrid, Mo., ore with him. Mrs. Thelnia Bcale fichalicr and 0. W.. Bogle Jr., of Memphis,-and; Mrs. Lee• Jlummell, of- Hew 1 .. Mfldrld, .have,,!'>?t -' home nfler.. brief visw ncie. Bill Crlhricld is nt the MC.I. W «!« IJaptlst hospital for treatment for n growth, (n.lilH throat. He, will be Iheic until Mondiij ' ' i Miss Jtiync Baincs li 5])cndlng lotlay In Mcmplils . James Itlll Jr., who |s 111 from 1 pneumonia til the Hoiol Stalior. St. Louis, is. slightly improved. lie been me (II .SatmcUy night, \\iulc attending to business, theic and MM. Hill went up Wednesday to '••; with him | Charles langston,'who attends Oulfcoist Mllitaiy Aciulemv ut Cuirpoit Miss, will arrive liojns toiiiorioH to ^wnd the holiciajs with his paienti, Mi mil Mis C. C. Langst,on. Mlsse-i Viiginln Marlln nnd Jennie Wren DIlHlmnlj who au j students at Unlvei'ltj yf AI kansas f-iyeUe\lllo will jm u Thursday for tlio holidays Mrs. Nell' Williams has i-etuhi- cd lo Memphis alter a visit here Ainong thae- who will go to Memplil<! toinoiiow foi Hit opclii will be JMit. Ceoil Slniie ind dntightei, Miss, Patty, ami Oscar Fendler, Mrs. B. A. Lynch and daughter,- Miss Martini Ann, Miss Altn Mac Garlingloh and 'Miss Jr. 4 wl daughta, SMlss Mautie Allc6, elt Wednesday foi Toll Mjcis, la lo spend the wlnlci Mr nnd Mrs Jumcs n Ccoii- on, and dnughlcis I lance's and ane, hive letmned lo Ihch hohie jt Paducah, Ky, allci .1 visit icic with Mrs CoUuaiVi, mother, .vti-B. F. S/. Kclley, and dnughter, Miss Ellen. ••: Mis Bail C nmlatin anil 6on, 3|iddle, of iLono Oak are visit-' ,iig Mrs. iHudgln;'. father, 1 " "' jovdan, aiitV blhev rclat'lvei ,o; a fo\v dajs She ^anlcd heic hi Mrs O L Hud,ms and son, Orvlll, who aic sitliiu hei daughtej in Cai- .thersvllle. They will return home Saturday, s Mrs.-'\Villral-d Bohiar is In a Jt. Louis'-hospital under treatment. -Mr.-and Mrs. w. W.'Loir and .hildren, of Oakylllc, Calif., are .iiesls of relatives -in this vlcln- ty. They Bf.L-nt the day In I'or- -agcvllla Sunday, Bccompnnleri by Driver drove Splnks, Mrs. Elton W Kirby '" . . t . , . on ry •of Dr. nnd Mrs. J. a, McDniilcl, find Mrs. W. L. Homer. '"Misses ' . . . . Monttt Hughes, Omco Map'es, Margaret Man-Ill,, Ffiinces Miller, Agnes Bailey and' Mary Emma Hood, Misses Marguerite aild Ruth lieiirv ' i w . Mr * Stmdiv her parents, Mr. and iijKl davighte'r, and i,ire, -j Misses Alargnret Shaver "and '. Sam. Jo Little, students at Christian college at 'Columbia; ''JIo., e will arrlvo home tomorrow 1 ' to s spend the, holidays. •. : .--i:: ! ', M' -s - Everett, B. Gee wos"''in |Memphis Wednesday.- •:•;•,:-ti" The Rev. C. N. aalncs spent ilonday In Maiden, where he at- c-nded a dUtrlcl pastors' meeling of the Methodist church. Mr • and Mrs. E, D. Burlesoh iind daughter, Mrs, ,-Hale Mcrrlck and family,.drove to(Waidell Sunday and yislfcdi thel'i- son, W. J. auileson, and family, Mis W Cl. Wicker and Oaiiglv er, Mrs. Russell Burns,-of Defr- ng, spent Tuesday hcie visiting Plcn ot Virginia Clicrrill, film beauty, (or 51000 . a month seiKirittc maintenance iiaymeni by Cary Grunt, .also a movie notable, was denied by n Los Aiiceles judge, who ruled'Hint she iiniit worry along on 5167.50 n week. Tlio pair are shown nbovo as they apjieared in tile courtroom. Tlicy scpnrartd after six month* at marriage. visited ;vlrs. Earl Lane, i .ml Mrs. Albert Jinucs. Mike Uoi-otliy and Joug.abs Reddick , flnd Misses Margaret McCluru and Elizabeth ..uey, s|«nt Sunday In Murray Jitv, Tctin Mr nnrf Mr>; Lillian Wells and Pecan. Grove News Mr. and Mrs. Wes Tomllnsoij pent Sunday wi^li Mr. and Mrs O .A. Brooks. •Mr. nnd Mi-s. Eli Austin and son, Hush, drove /to Mississippi lost Saturday anil returned Sunday afternoon. '. . Bobble joe McCauley, son ; of sick- l Ml ' S ' W '" McCnuiey ' i 5 »lr. and Mrs. j. o. Powers spent Saturday nigm with Mr, and Mrs. Sid Eislnss, of Gosnell. Kightower News Lucille Fontlren, who ut- and , - h; mcy have been sick this . . Gill, of Dell, -is a pa- hospital! 1 " 1G MCftlPhiS BaP ' tlSl Dick EJelnsnni attended to bus- mess In Memphis Wednesday.: Braggadocio News Services were held itt tlic-Bap- ,11s!- church here Thursday of last week fov. Edgar Blgham. He. -Is survived by his wife,. Mrs. Oiora Bigham,. .a brolhci-, • Carl'Bigliam, pr Brnggndocio, ,and a sister, Mrs. Luther Sweeney, " of ' Trczevnnt, 'Tcnn, : ,: i Proceeds of n box" supper, held asl wcsk by the high school, wilk, be Used to help the seiiibrs with their graduation e'xjjj'nsc. , The Boys nnd Gins bnslcelbali teams defeated the Ecering teams lost Friday night, lhe girls won, 25 to 15, ami tlio boys by a score of U to 11. Mr, and Mrs. J. P. Bennett and daughter, Viola, Miss'Nina Huck- nba, and Leonard • Lcinond drove to Wyatt Sunday. Mr. Bennett is to bo freight agent there, Miss Ruth Byasset, of Dccriiig, on sn,M ""," Rul " ' ^" condition . Stubbs Plan Cottage Near Sudbury School A small Cape Cod cottage, with attached garage, is to be built bj Charles A. Stubbs and his mother. Mrs. c. L.-Btiibbs, 0:1 a lot directly across from tlio Sudbury school on Lake street, which they purchased from Joe McPnll." Work will begin tomorrow on llic llirce room" hoiise which ; is to to of wide siding, paiuW white, with :i green composition .roof. The kitcheiv Is to • havo'^ii pccky cypress finish and the wails of the living and bed rooms will be painted rock board. The Cape Cod style will be further carried put m the low, wide windows ant lhe slob door with wide hinges. ''. Clear Lake News • Buforii and j rma Lou H ayncb sponl tlio week end at Walnut Mrs. JOB Childers was called lo he bedside, of her daughter, Mrs Lillian Colt, at Blytheville. ,,, J °° Di(l1 returned to I thc anny Wednesday after » visit lic-rc Miss Louise Via spent Saturday night with Miss-Mildred Game; • Mr. and Mrs. Mllford Miller Mi and. Mrs. Vanic Reddick, Mr and Mrs. Mai-ley Moss, Jiinbo and Joe Dial -were dinner guests Sundav of Mr. and Mrs. Cradle Goff. - " Luke Gowcrs lias returned to his home in Brookpoit, III. after spending several .weeks here on business. ™ Mr ;, "'l d Mrs ' wim ° Thomton, Charlie East «nd daughter Olive -—it Saturday and Sunday ai Mr and Mrs. H. Cunningham net I. 'f ll>n ll'll-.tnlr- f*f - _ I. • 1 . i > TiTt. • n ° aby iticst of Miss Maude Alice Beas- Icy. .Mr. ,-uicl Mrs. George W.'Cook, are ter. Miss Lucille; Harkey returned to Mississippi Saturday nfCer visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. a visit with Miss Viola licii- Mrs. Lucille Hunter left Saturday for her home In Memphis af- i*. Otis Barger mid Onugh- J a nice, have velurned homo Not even stroiig nclds compare with water as u dlssolvcr of chemical subslances. • - - , .j- —« Pocahontos. Mr.-and Mrs. Clyde Haynes have moved licre from Riplcy, Tenn. Temperature of boiling waler il. Irs Lester Wjalt hove contcses~"b"eforo V ""tho l v^mr, S '!?, d £ S . a ' lcr , * ni< "" lls tour through sandwiches and ^ 5ervmB ot - he ^' °"d west while m Thase prese.,1 were Ludic Mae Hogcn; :, _Evelyii Ajcock, BoUy -T * i *"^«»*ii, sanies Alia, Paul Ajcock w p Verce Harpl4 White, P^d White, ' los Wheat, Harlcss "whsat, sing Won. w T Piu af ; panty and MonteU Oraoy. Far6ro , Mrs Pearl Johnson spent Sunday with her s.Mer-in-&w, Mrs,. Haltle Buhch Grandma Eslcs spent Wcdncs- qay afternoon with Mis Mazle Handlcy. > i \Mr ar)d Mis Hugh Crane 'of Lost,Cane spent last Sunday ^ Mr and Mrs, w. 0 McCauley. , Mr and Mrs West House have relumed from Prcscott, Ark, ire^Jte.,..visited ^ws, House's wf<^* 1^ v , «.-v. -^' L nil Mrs, Nelson Thmin had as her Llcsis.oycr the week end Mr, and \lii A p. -Bolllnger, and Miss •'cUa Bollingar, of Greenville, MO.' '•':> .>'..; Mr. (iml Mrs. 'A. J.. Langstoii Ir, tpcn't: : Sunday and Monday in McmphlsVvwhere Mr. Lnngcton iitended :to biulheas^ G M Reddlclc came in Monday light f 10111 .Memphis, and will rc- inuln heie'until January 1. Major and Mrs, John Dean and Miss Zetta Gliiss, spent/ Sunday ill- Leachville, visiting Mrs., Dean's sister. Mis Elhel Avmantrout. Mrs. George S. Brown, Miss El* ma Duperrct, and Mits Lila Ed- gertoii shopped in Blythcville Sat- rday. Mi and Mrs.; E. S. Langdoij and son, Edwin, came Sunday, for two weeks visit here wlth-rela- ilvefi Mrs. W. E. RiifTIn was hostess :o - the Fidells Matrons, -at a Christmas. party at hev, home Tuesday afternoon. There were twelve ladies present. A delicious atc lunch was served. Mrs. L. D. Ford and Misses Augusta Montgomery nnd Jewell .vleujalf shopped in Kennett Sat- ji'dny, Miss Helen Mayer and Miss Mary Louise Fields attended the bazaar held by. thu Y. W. A. at --nnth Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. p. .f. Byr'ant and Willis Philhours went to Memphis Monday where they were the guests of Mrs. Bryant's sister, Mrs. George Pierce, of Lepnnto, who is palient In the Baptist hospital. Mrs. D. A. Ruftin and daughters, Sue nnd Sissy, Mrs. w. R. fiurtin, and Mrs. Roland Jackson, ero in Kennett Saturday. The "Stunt Nile" sponsored by the w. M. S. attracted a large crowd to, tho high school Thursday , night. First place was won uy the Senior class of the high school, second place by the . Y. W. A. of the .Baptist church, .nd third place by the Future Banners of America. At the election or officers of the . Order of she JJaswru Stir, iield Tuesday night, Mrs. Charlotte Rulfln wns elected Wortny Matron, and Mrs. George A Qulnii \yprtliy Patron. Two years and nine months after she relapsed into a sleep-lite coma | which completely baftled doctors, Patricia Maguire, above, Chicago's | "Sleeping Beauty," is showing signs of consciousness. She has obeyed simple commands written on a slate by her mother, Mrs. Salde Miley, who-.npwjhopes the long battle with the strange malady may be won! WhUton Club Elects The Whit Ion Boys and Girls 1-H club, reorganized for the new year, has these officers: J. C. Pounds, president; Florence Murphy, vice president; Flora. Mahan, secretary; Mrs. K"te Mwjyciun rpc,nsor of girls, ancl J. Ii.. Looney, sponsor for thc boys. Blind Woman Operates Telephone Switchboard CLEVELAND. (UP) — Totally blind, Mrs. Josephines Enever op- erafas the busy telephone switchboard at ..(he Cleveland Society of Blind offices. Though her real job is home instructor .for blind persons, teaching them to'reaU Braille, type, sew and earn money, shs has been filling In at the switchboard job when workers had to double up on duties. With the fall sales of ths society's products having just finished, Christmas calls arc now keeping the switchboard busy. "One buzz tells me the call is coming in and a click of the shutter tells nic someone is on Uie phone," Mrs. Enever says. | ' "Dial, system is probably easier for me ta,handle than thi; average sighl*d -person, because 'all •! need to, know ;Is.the 'number-,of r finer holes and the way the letters are placed." Mrs. Enever takes down all messages that come over the wire, on a Braille typewriter and later transcribes them on a regulation machine. HUSKY THROATS Overtaxed by speakihg.jing- ing, smoking Dr. Bond's l>llls at s more lha]( ;i inero laxative. They remove lhe poisonous ?crms a u d \rnstc, tone up the system; ,l!iey are small, mild, •effective and inex- lifnsive. -j pills for 25c at all - . . ufacuirca l>y Homl I'tarmacy Co., Little Uocli. Arli. To Ballyhoo Idaho Potatoes POCATELLO, iiialio ro?)— Plans to make the Idaho potato, already famous, even better known throughout the nation are being made by thc Idaho• Potato-Deal- ore 1 Association. First steps in tho campaign will be the creation of a 3100,000 fund to be expended in jiiational advertising. Read Courier hews Warn • Ads F OH rain? Juc to heajnclio, frah' co]d3, neuralgia, ailirfor roujciilar nnj Joint nchcj. tup Capqdite. CaptJi dmo conlaiha EBVPra) innredlcn(B which act (oselhef to civc dnictcr reiitf. Aik for Cai/udine Linuld or the moiiificd formula. Copu'ilmc Uranil TaljlcL-. : "PILE SUFFERERS i' TAKE HOPg "A generation of almost mjr- aciiloits success in overcoming the oldest, . most hopeless appearing cases of all forms':pf piles • is responsible for cross Salve's honest guarantee..Vto either cure you, or give you the most grateful relief you c\er experienced in your life, or ymir money returned without a question being asked. 30c &' socket all dealers. The Cross Salve Co., fnc., Marion, Kentucky." •',','?... In our adycrllsenienl of |ast night two prices were quoted incoVrcdly. !&y-shduld hi,vc read us follows: ..,-,. 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