The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 16, 1933 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 16, 1933
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f AGE TWO BLYTJIKVU-LE, (AUK.) COURIER NfcWS TUESbAY,..-AUGUST IS. 193!} Social' Calendar THURSDAY'S E.^NTH Church of Christ women mccl- Ing with Mrs. Howard Gill for Bible study, Fidells Sunday school class, First Baptist church, parly at home of Mrs. J. O. Barnes. 1(BU \V. Ash. Bingo party, Lake Street Methodist church woman's missionary sccicty at home of Mrs. George Shanks. 1:45 p. in.. A Diagonal Line on the New Fall Mode ~ Tttkt Louise To Wed J. L. Williams. .. Mr. ond Mrs. J. N. Waluen sre tnrtay announcing the engagement ci their daughter, Margaret Louise, to Mr. James Luther Williams, of St. LouU, Mo. The wedding will Is solemnized Tuesday .Scplcii)- 'It-r 13. ' The brirtc-clect attended the Eiylhcvllle high school ami Is well known here, having lived in (his <ily all her lile. Mi. Williams is UK son of ths iatc Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Williams : lit St. Louis. I!; is a graduate o( inc lifiyti lujh school and Is now r.ianagcr of a Krogcr sloiv in St. • Louis. ' . Alter a short honeymoon, Ifiey will reside in St. Louis. Mcthcdfsl Women lUr« Ticjriro M«t Mrs. B. A. Lynch was leader of the program for the woman's missionary society of the First Mcth- ocist church Monday -afternoon at the church. The theme was "Woman's Place of Service in the World." After Mis. Lynch hnci rend the . apostles' creed. Miss Alive: Nelson Eiwkc on "God's Ideal." Sara Darlington, of Searcy. gave n rend- Ing. Miss Virginia Little sang n ,FO!O, Mrs. C. L. Wyltc spoke on "The Place ur Women In the Church at Larpc" nnd Mrs. Usury Klrby on "What Women Mny Be in the Churdi and in the Pollllenl • World." . 'The hoslcucs. Wyltc. Harry Kirby, B. A. Lynch, A .M. 11. Brandon!'J. A.'Orlndell nnd 13. P. Brogdon served punch nnd wafers. Officers Elcrlrt Mrs. Leslie Moore was elected piesidcnt of tlie woman's missionary union of the Sscond nap) 1st church in a meeting Monday afternoon at the church. Other officers named wcie: Mrs. W. M. McFarland, first vice president; Mrs. Virgil 'Holt, second vice president; Mrs. Marvin Lane, third vice president.;'Mrs. M. 'P. Pendcr- pvnis" secretary. Mrs. Corlnne Mc- Brlde, treasurer: Mrs. Blnyluck, personal service chnlriniin; Mrs. Ivan Scay, benevolent chniniuni; Mrs. O. O. Eikinv reporter. Mrs. McPnrlaud was leader cf . the program, taken from llio Royal - Service, in which Mines "McBrlde, Blaylcck and Ivuu Seay gave talks and Bmcs. J. C. linrnish. J. O. Chlsm and McBrlde oflcretl prayers.' ' Bits o/ Netcs Mostly Personal rip to-the Canadian Rockies and the Pacllic coast;'They spent a of their time at Lake Louise, In [he Canadian Rockies. They v.ere' away four weeks. Mr. 11114. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry arc spending ; tod ay in Memphis. Miss MildiMil Moort has as her guest Miss Dorothy Oakes, of Ken notl, Mo. William Lang Is In St. Louis on a buying trip ,for the Fashion. Betty Jo Etsary and Juanice Wul pole- visited Monda'jv In Slecle, Mo., Osceola , Society..— Personal ; Mrs. Alvh Taylor nnd daughter ' l?s Kvclyn, and Wathcn Prewlt ., of Osceola, were In the cltj stcrday. Mrs. Guy Robbing, of Shannon, Miss., Is the gue,st of her aunt, Mrs. J. Mcll Hrooks, and family. \J. M. Gillis. of Jonesboro, is at- lo business here. William'UnB-Js In St. Louis on a buying trip for the. Fashion. Mr. and Mrs.'CJ.tG. Redman and Mr. and Mrs.. John.'W,, Meyer re- tiinied Mondaiftrrgtit'irorh-a three weeks visit -in' 'Washington, Pittsburgh and Chicago. They motored. Edtar. Boriim, Elton W. Klrby. Hmrry Kirby. R. N, Hill. 6am C. Mrs. J. H. Lovewell left Sunday for Houston, Texas, where she , spend two wetks visiting daughter. Mrs. 'Hud Fclton and Mr. Ft lion. She accompanied Mr. F(lton. who slopped here Saturday en -route to Houston from Chicago and Detroit ' whe*o he has been 1 on a business trip and where he'attended the World's Fair. .: Charles Coleman spent -Sunday lr., Little ' fLi:Ver ' , . Charles' Coleman sr., wh 1 ) IB )]' st his' home there. • Mrs. n. A. CartHTiglil went (o Owen : and Roy Hoover attended | Memphis Saturday night cnt?i iivg the trivial* druggiet. "institute-to! Baptist'" hospital for a den'.ai op Memphis Monday,' era! Ion. iMr. and Mrs. E, W. Simmons' Renkert Vfi4nV«mp' is in Mem-j Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Srhlth >n have returned from a tv.'o weeks phis for sevefal;.4ays. | their guests,' Mr. and, Mrs,... Pic visit In points of Michigan and ~ -'-' ' -•*''' " Chicago where thyc ntiended the , tended to .business here Tuesday. •. Sunday afternoon visitors in O,; Paul Rorle, son of the nev. aiKtl cto!a ., . Welch has returned from llaxclhursl. Miss., where he visited his parents. Mr. Welch drove to Memphis for him. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Mcnard and ton. N. B., jr.. have returned from •i vlEil In England. Ark. They were r-ccompanied home by Don Hutch- of England, who will be Oeofoe Graves,' of Memphis, at- 1 O f Ashcville, N. C.. wcv Mrs. P,: Cj. Rorle, Is much Improv- :ci. HjC.-has been ill several days rom malaria fever. Miss Verna Scott, nf Coldwater. Miss., who Is vIsllliiK her sister. Mrs.. Godfrey While relume home Sunday-alter a.visit hi Le^ ii'.glon, Ky.. where she accompnu icd her aunt. Mrs. A. Conway, o rfrs. E. V. Treadway. has return cd from Chicago whwc she attended the fair .wilh a party ol friends from Coldwater and Senatobia, "MiK.. who joined her ir. Memphis. Mlra Bonnie Parrotl left Friday foi Cleveland. Miss., for an indefinite, visit 'with her aunt, Mrs. S. B. Johnson. Miss Somite Pan-oil has gone lo Cleveland, Miss., for an extended vi5tt'!$n her num. Mrs. S.'B. Johnson." . ':• _' Blythcvllle, their guest. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ebctns have ihc Goodwin apartment on West Ash street. Mavor and Mrs. Cecil Shane ind daughter. Miss I'atty, have re- 'uined from a two weeks motor trip to Nashville, Tcnn.. Leban•H>n, Tenn. Ashcville. H. C. nremvllle. Ellenton and Altken S. C.. and Augusta. Ga. While mvay they vlsiled relatives of Mrs Ehane In several of the places. Mrs. H. A. Smith is In Little Rcrk for a brief visit with hei brother, P. A. Lafclcy, and family. Joe Evrard will go to Memphis I" Iday where he will undergo a 1 ^y^ Ji x ."a llc i onc^half pounds. Etold operation at the Baptist, ° . :pltal. Mrs. Mnrcns Evrard will l ., ., c . . , D U-I....H naln with him while Mr. Evrarri I Coal « Shllis """f 1 t . , 11 go back nnd forth during the COULEE, Wash. (Ol >— ron>- n days his son is In Memphis, dshl carloads of wheat have been Mrr. A. M. Butt and Mrs. W. j.|shipped from .here in the lost ollard are in Memphis today. stlrec montlis. Several carloads ot Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little have! wheat', oats and rye remain to be turned from an 6000 mile motor - tent. . . . ...... Mr. and Mrs. George Uoyle ha a:, their guests for several daj list week Mr. Doyle's brother, M. Doyle and his wifo of S ouis. ThAy, kit' Monday relurnhij - their home- In St. Louis. 1 E. M. Jaffe returned Friday ' Ight fiom Chicago where he pent last- »eck buying merchan- (sc for tlie Jaffe store here and :so attending the Fair. He was member of a party, includtnj his istcr-ln-law. Mlis Helen Sprlnj- r, of Memphis, and Mr. and Mrs. - ack Applebaum of Blythevillc. Mr. and Mrs. R., M. Fletcher nd smjill son, Dick' jr.. HIMJIII liursday and' Friday here u||U ir. Fletclier's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Fletcher, . , • Mr. and Urs. Morris Eiusterling eturned Sunday from a visit with datives lu Uobile, Ala.-.TU^y were .cttmpanled by Miss. Elizabeth Wlttch of Mobile, who will be heir guest for a two weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Semrncs and imall daughter, Beltic, of Marked Tree spent Sunday here with Mrs. J. Scmmes sr. ''. Boy Uinfcd Accidfrl.illy CHAIGMONT, Idaho'. (UP> -- tour-'yoar-old Chai'ies Hudson was hanged here not long ago. lie was caught in a slip noose of u hay k rojw and jerked violently from (ho ground. In 1828. there wa s an Cilimaleil increase of 573.724 church members In this coimlry despite a decrease ol H70 in tlie number of churches. H»-Booricr l/ij's. Crows BLOOM1NGTON, Ind. HIP)-A chickeri. which lays eggs and thsn crows, turned up here fit a poul- l.r.lh of Cap: Uirardean, Mn., tc- Frld;y evening In the unreel here Mondiiy. The llov.| I. J. Slcklcr, near Jonosboro. - Itotm ChLsholm performed the i Tlsc Iwllval Is to free with supper reived before a program of music, talks nnd other entcrtaln- iiiairiMi-Ilarrisiin. ment with a watermelon least at 0:M o'clock. This nnmial nffair is ulvcn for has bri-n inacli: i>t i! IP' marriage or Miv> liilby Hiurl- uJ lllythevillc. lo Ptny Uvan- ^cin. ol CnrullKM-s-villL 1 , Mu. TIIL- Itcv. R. U. Kllgoic performed " lc ••oreinony and. F.-. Masons of noilheast, Arkansas. ' r n Hnvc Ulnnci I'arly. The 1 v/oman'n ml.iKionary Si>clcty t'l (he Lake Street Mclliixlis; ciuiLch hi sponsoring a Iriny.o parly Thini(1;u p f\'ening, 7:-lo o'clock, at Luxora Society — Personal Circles Mwl Circles of the woman's missionary union of the First Baptist church met Monday afternoon except-circle 4 which is having no meetings diuiivg the summer. Mrs. J. H. Langwcll was hostess to rlrclc 1 when H members and two visitors attended. Mrs. n. L. Rcedcr used the second chapter ol 'Acts for the Bible lesson. Mrs. Herman Walpolc'.'spokc of (hi. "Hundred-Thousand" 'club and prayers were otfercd by Miner, Paul Driver. Will Rogers and T. R Shepherd. ' -.''••" Circle 3 met at Ihc church will Ive members present. Mrs. Tom W Jackson and Mrs. J. W. Bishop offered prayers and Mrs. BijhO] .ipokc of the "Hundred Thousand club. In circle 4, which met at th church v-Hh five In atiendance. Mrs.' E. F. Blomcycr gave the Bible lesson, from the eighth chapter of Hebrews and Mrs. W. N. . Williams offered prayer. « • * CnmplirauiU Niece. Mrs. Charlei F. Wood entertained si>". yc-un? couples last cva- ving with n rjot: party in compliment lo her niece. Mlv. Vii- riinix Bell; Ef'lwocd, of Cnruth- ersvllle. Mo., who is her hous Baskets cf cut flowers- dcccrat- « 'id the livinj room where roox was played. Punch • was served throughout the evening and iat'.r there was ice cream and cit:c iervcd'by Mrs. Wood. Eikridje-Slorv. A marriage license has been issued to Miss. Mnry Franklin Story, of Murray. Ky., and Thom?= C. Eskridge. o! -this city. liaker-Yauthn. Miss Plummcr Vaughn and Eu- •-jc Baker, both of Aimorrl. have obtained R marriage license. • • • Sftton-Andrcs. A marriage license has hern Issued to Miss Nellie Andres nnii L«'nn Scttoa, both of Sikcston, Allciul ' A large nniulivr of Im-al Masuns 5 the hoin: of-Mrs. Gtorsc Sluiiks, .will attend the ol<l time gnlhcr-1 '"' " Obi; streitl. ing of Mnscins anil llii'lv fumillcs j lo be given by the Jonesboro lodge , Rcail CourkT Nows \Vnnt Atis. d Ulc • " head like 0( ., hcn . u It 's On The Way! >1 1 II-SO I 1 11 JF AIR MEMPHIS: ' . Flags 'flying, 'fcands playing,; pesple -luiffy f«nil ' . joyful . . . for September bnng» carnival-time m the Southland .... tad what • gremttr carmyal-it;n ' ' this year! . . " ' . Now we've really something to celebrate, and w« can celebrate it with the greatest Fair of them all! *B!SGE8 ROBEO *KiDWAY *i*lflY SHOW 8 BIB DAYS ail NIGHTS 8F FU« S:<PII: Adults, 5Qc',Childrert,-25c Rales On All Railroads -A UTILITARIAN MATERIAL IIA? TURNED GUMOROU9 OVER-NlGnr. «'L-rr-/\CAPAHDS > eA!?F OF BRlGlir RiO CORDUROY. MLw Odcll Harrison and Harrison McDclc. bolh of Leachvllle, have been issued a marriage license. ~ • 4 • K*b<rtc«ii-MoUc). A' marriage license liar been is- tu*d ti Miss Mattic Mutlcy and William .Bobenon, both - of this city. . .- , .-, marriag* of Miss EUz M. Scott' tind'V/iliJsr.1 ;.iiUbn Creil. ABOVE- FROCK OF tlAWeORDUROy eoiiAR MID eufrs OF WHITE WIDE-WALE PIQUE-. PROCK OF TWO SHADES' Or C?[EN COQOUROV. Mu.s Mnrgai-i't Moffett. who h hud u summer dtuiclng class Csecola and Luxoru, will prose her pupils in the "Kiddle Cubarc the Higli School Auditorium B o'clock Thursday evening. She will pieiiciu Ihis same progiatn at the new ichoul aurtllormm In Osccola Friday evening at the same hout. Those taking part on the ptogrnm arc; Jean I'lgue. Posey Driver, niendit Maxwell. Dorothy Snell, nelly Dumas, Peggy Dumas, Juhn Lillyciapl, Bobby Watson, Anne Clair Wllklns, John Kcvore, IS. O. Wllkins ji., .Flaviii Driver, Jlctly Wnnilcrlicli. Virginia Listen. Hull! Turner. Margaret Morarlly, Tcarl Cartwrlghl. Marlhn Ann Jluck, Mary Ellen Listen, ami Allic Lee Uc'an. Mr. and Mrs. Avcry Rubh and .-.ens, Avery and Chandler, ol Atn- {irillo. Texas, will return lo thclv home aflcr a week's -visit with relatives here. Mr.S. Alvin Wunderlich and daughlci. Belly, returned Monday fiom Cuhucr. Aln.. Alvin Wnnrter- lich jr., remained In Memphis where he vlll visit his grar.dpar- enls for a few dnys, Mrs. Wmwlcr- lich's parents. Jlr. ami Mrs Charles Scott, and her slElt'r aud Ijiothcr-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Foster Vates. of Memphis. iTtnrncd with her Monday ar.d spem tlie af- Urncon here. Dr. and Mrs. R. 'A. Kiinbrongh rcuirncd Tuesday nftcr a i-hort vi^it In Turner's Station. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Avcry Ru<h and Mis Charles Mirflin S|)fin Monday In Memphis Mr. and Mrs. L. L. MclJe.uman left this morning for Hall?. 1,-nn.. where the will be the KIU.V.J of i datives for several dnys. Mrs. E. R. Bogan will hm,* ns her guests Thursday Ilmis and n ! ck Hollis of the Ma>oinr and Eastern Star Orphanage at H.itcs- , villc. . ...V; ! Mr; and Mrs. E. H. will j attend k : -iilcnlc to \v civen by the j Jcnesbcrc Mason? ?'r:day trains. Thc-.Junioi txparliin-nt «•; the Mclhodlst Sunday fclicol r^jnycd a picnic at McGavock Gsiiti-v Park Ti-rsday. MCE dames n. J. 'I:-, mas. Bub Turner, and R. C.^^ion nf the Junior OepKitmrnt av.,i Mesdames E. n. Bo?an and M.irtin acccmpanicd them. TVT'.VC children frou) Ihe Sundav .T!IO . and Ruth and Dick llollis of ».i;?.-villc. Mrs. Bogan's guesUs. nllrr.i:'.;! USE the WANT-AD they are a Sure Guide to ECONOMY and PROFIT in€ Part .ATTRACTIVE t'ltl/llS I'lay all evening (or :."' , • i 5».v—7:iri I'. \|. .Mrs. Gwrgi- S|-.:m^' homr 104 Rose si. Sponsored by \V. M. s. nf l.':iU(! SI. M. i;. Chinvh Yoirii find thul every c in llic wunl-iuls is I'illctl wil.h <>j»- portiinities lor someone . many of them -are YOUK opportunity. If you air really Hying to practice economy yon can not • • I . »•_ • afford lo neglect ll»: wanl-ad .•seclion. .And not only is it pro- filahlc lo read, il is equally pro- I'ilable lo use,. . . lo sell, lo rent or to I rude jjracticuUy anylliing- !Ei'.KCW ?i.j;l!i l.-r • ~i^W. I. \M-Z4 fer ISKflU- I KaSsiiS. *±m tmtrTvl f.,3 K,-j» l""^''"' 1 > : ->y£U- litftsf^i TI*/» COURIER £ ilK NEWS WANT-ADS

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