The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 24, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 24, 1934
Page 2
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PAGE TWO fircLerLu H< v~7~^ ' v^ BLYTHjiVILLE r (ARK) COURIEH -NEWS Social Calendar TUK9PAYB -'EVENTS Tea dance, <nt country cjub, 5p.m. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS P. E. O. dinner party at home of Mr. : nnd'Mrs. J. A. Leech. THORSDAY'S EVENTS - , Mrs Ev^reit U Gee hostess to Tliuisday Luncheon club at the country club. Q^ifcrtrHDrd&way -Vcdduii;, at,, ' reji -Episcopal church, -1 p. m. Miss Bei'nice Reed Weds Frederick Eison The • marriage of Miss Berntce Reed to. Mr. .'Frederick J. Elso'n, ofi Osceola, was^otenntzed Saturday at high hooiv'.at the home of Mr. and Mis.' KelU Uecd. Tile Ucv. Sfuajt H. Saiwpij, , pastor of the Rrsi Piesbyiijrian ' ehiirch, performed the ring coiomojfy. •!.-, ..- - ', ' The altar wes • '^cnulltuily Ar- rangcd before double windows fy- tooned with smilax nhd ' tliiy red llBhfs flanked itli Cathedral tapers h! triple silver candelabra. Palms Dad smllax-'sfoimed - the background. " The nuptial music as played by Mrs. Earl Buckley and Mrs. C. G. Redman tang 'I Lo\o You Truly." Miss Bob Williams, of Armorcl and Cairo, was maid of honor. She wore a .grass green pebWe crepe dress with '-brown accessories 'imd her shoulder. bouquet as ol roses, sweet peas and gjpsophelia. The bridesmaid, Miss Hllnw Reed of Little Rock, sister -oMlic bride, wore a frock of nisi coloi'ctt rough crepe with iblack accessories and her corsage'- 1 was like that of Miss 'Williams Mi John Strickland ol Osccoln, was best man: The bride, who was Eicon in marriage by her uncie, Mr. Nelll ;Fecd, wore a; navy -blue tvce-bark crepe fashioned along tailored Unes and her lint was of white rough crepe: She carried an Ann bouquet of Hollywood roses tied With \\ideJblue satin ribbon. For the. (nfoimal reception Which' <ro!!o»ed the tllnins 'room table had a centciplecc of u white wedding cake simounded by smll- a\ and mistletoe While tapers In ciysta! candeJabra ere nl- each'' end of the lace covered table.- , / .' Miss Ruth Matthews lighted file lapeis and assisted Mrs Nclll Heed and Mrs W N Williams In serving ices with the wedding cake. The buctc, v,ho is the daughter of Mi and Mrs Howard RecU of Little Rock, rccehed her later education nt i State Teachers college at Coireay She ho* been a inchi- ber of the 'Armorcl schoot faculty for the 'past two i ears and will' continue her «or kthere. Mr Eison attejided Colemna College m South Caiollna and ] s now with the U s Engineers with headquarters lu Osceola for the _>Ir. Eison and his bride are uow on a two ^eeks honeymoon' m «ew Oileans and points ot 9 id 6, quickly dissolved and washed ?nT^M y th ° mc ot BROWN'S MOTION SOAP. This, E oan Is n liquid and sells at fifty rails For M™"^ ln the sca 'l ) antl CCKm * BROWNS LOTION Miould be used with the liquid soap to stoo me itching complete direction's «" h "ot" 6 For sale -with BACK GUARANTEE on bottle by. Kirby Drug Stores. —Adv. S3 Merry Christmas *4 I As we, extend ;' greetings, O f the •*• season, may \ve also > thank our friends £ for a year of pleas- y ant patronage. - , JEFF ROLAND/' Armorcl Girl l Scouts H»ve Vuiy The Annorel .'Troup of (| te uln Scouts were B(1 e«t« of honor at u Christmas party ' given by their Captain, Mfes alarlcc Kennedy nnd' Lieutenant, Mrs. C. E. Grig- scr'jr,; at thq school Wednesday evening.' There was u regular bus! ness meeting followed by the .practicing'.of Christmas Carols, which they sang Sunday night-. '••-' ' • liefreshmcnls of hot chocolate and cookies were served and each "'"' was presented a gift. > J •-'••• • 4 t Givcii Birthday Dinner. ' . Mrs. Charles Bright colnplt- mented-her-parents. Mr. ami Mrs >V.:T.-Baker, and Mr. Bright, with a dinner party yesterday iij 'honor of their Mithdnys. Botti Mr, nnd Mrs. Batter Imd a birthday Satmv day nnd Mr. JBrj g },(V,ww day. - . . - J --ic 20 .gucste-.-wprt) served B Christmas menu In-buffet style at sniall tables arranged In the three l " r "" room.?, decorated in keeping ,- . tllc holiday season. A preltt- ly adorned tree and the open fire adtlccl- to. the selling. V Included In (he gucstsi were Mr and Mrs. John Roberts- or New irtfi in!,_ , ,, , ™ * *"**" Ihcir e co j u Thompson and Ituth Head " s «asonlo Christmas 'ally Foslponed. ' i and or tomorrow evenltie as been ]iostponed until Thursay evening. At that time there Musiu Club Meets The McDowell Junior elub nipt » tosses. The following pupils played piano solos: Dorolhy Aycock, fclolsc Barnes, lien pcnlcy, Itnih Head, Louise Reeves, and iJctii Thompson. Besides Uic 30 Hiliink' study course conduclctl by the council- lot 1 ITie members held n discussion Oil "Music Which was Popular ut Uic time of Abraham Wncoln." Prizes are iwnrdid. each month to the student averaging Ihc most lioure practiced.' The lirct prize wiis wo* by !)|lly Scliiiniek, who averaged one hour and forty minutes a day. Bert Dcnlcy won second place with an average of one hour ami thirty-seven minutes n day. Refreshments' of sfimhvlchc.V cake and hot chocolate' were served Uur- (fie social hour. Kobtrts-Wadc Miss'Dorls Wade and Mr, John noficrts, both of New port. Ark ivcre united in marriage here Saturday evening at tlio home of tho Rev. BUinrl H. Saimon, pastor of the First Prcsbj'torliui church who performed the j-in B service. The bride-'D'ss been n teacher In the Ncwiiort school for several yeare, Mr. Robcrte, who is, the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. K u. Huberts of Armorcl, Is owner nnd manager of the Southern Handle company of Newport where ho nnd his bride ii'lll be at lionic. Bits oj Mostly Personal BOISE, Idaho (U!')-.i<5,i|)o iiim- i«ls counted the gn:atcst kill in :hc hlstoi-y of the slate, this year accorrihig to the st.itc guine de partment. Official iigurcs showed n total of 15,012 deer, 3,228 elk uid ;« goats bagged by hunters PiiBnnlnl wjis such .a good violinist that he hail to compose his own. music, nothing ulrtady wrll- tei being- difficult ciienifli to show The Hqv. and Mrs. H. J. . dlcnst have as their holfdsy guests Mrs. Klelndlcnst'B mothci', Mrs Win. Hntu, ond her grandmother Mrs. Louisa Fisher, both 'ot 'St, Louis. The four generations will celebrate Christmas together. : ' : 'Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Langstoii will spend the day Jn Riilev|)l«; Miss., tomorrow, visiting relatives. Mrs, fYed Smith and son, Ftei\, of Dexter, Mo., will spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Koducy L. Banister. Mr. and Mrs. n. J. Wdlson and tluughter have gone to Ncwiwrt 'to tiinkc their home where Mr, Watson Is to be connected with: the | Southern Handle company. . , Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Phllllpa \vill return to (hcid home In Little Rock Wednesday after a vWt wltli relatives. They formerly resided here. • . , Mr, and Mrs. C. C. Campbell and daughter, Sara, of Indlanola, Miss., will ' arrive Wednesday to •' spend several days with Mr. and Mrs J F. Lcnti. -.-.'; ' ' Mrs.. Georglc Glpspn of"LiUte Rock, Mr.-und .-Mrs. Dana''OIpjoii and Robert Shirley of St. Louis arc here to spend the Christmas holidays with Mr. and Mrs "Chas Alford and A. M. Shirley. Ed Johnson and son, Ed jr., of Memphis, arc the guests ot J T Alford and family. Miss Doris Douglas, n student at Hcndrlx college at Conway, Ark. Is at home for the holidays -with her parents, Mr. and Mrs . Frank C. Douglas. . . ..._; , - Billy Lawsbc nmlerivcnl 'an etn- ergency operation for xapptjidicitis at tlic Memphis Baptist hospital today. His condition IB very u. s. Branson jr*.. h»s arrived home to spend tea days vacation. B. F. Gay is 111 at tils home at Ulf Moon. .Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hateell and children have gone t6 New Albany, Miss., to spend Clirldtmgi with relatives. . Mr. and Mrs. p. D. Umjerwcoi, of Mttie Bock, are in the city « guests o( Mr, and Mrs.' George Miilr. Mrs. Undprwood has recovered from a lensthy illness. Mrs. J. T. Hall and son, Jimmlc, went to Hernando, Mljss, Saturday for Christnias and were joined to day by Mr. .Hall, Charles A. Stubbs nnd his mother, Mrs. C. L. Slubte, have goiic to Farmlniston, Mo., for u two .weeks vacation. • . Mr. and Mrs. Cecil White svill spend tomorrow , at CJarkecfule Ark., with relatives of Mrs. White' Walter W. Bock Is in Cape fii- rardeau, Mo,, for the holidays. .Miss Winnie Virgil Turner has gone to Newbern, .teiui., for a brief vacation. Miss Rose Spink has gone to Allanta, Ga., for (he holidays Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Schatz, o Helena, will spend tomorrow night here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.-A. Leech; . ". John Mahan, who attends Unlr vcrsity of Tennessee School ot Medicine at Memphis,-,arrived Saturday for the holidays:.. liar^ton BobiB£.on t y^ho recently ^. [ , l Hfr," fc _. a '], °P"&™ for «P- Miss Jeanne Harrison, a student at -Mississippi Synodtea! college at Holly Springs hai ttrrlved ho for - the holidays. Mte- Mabel -.Simon,-' who attends' West Tennessee state Teachers Miss Virginia Huffman, who at- ™f ^thel collie a t Hopkins- ile, Ky.. has arrived 'home Her brothers, Frank .and Aiyjn,' and tier 411111, Mis stmia B. Wilheltu, her aunt, Miss tuna 9, VYilljejm, .Mr. anrt Mrs. }. fl, Waterman, of Memphis, are guests of Mr. und Mrs. J. V. Unit. Tom Short and Bobbte Burns, who are at a ccc c»mp n«r Fordyce, Ark., are home for Chriitr mas, ;. -".'.,, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rutherford and son, Fred, will spend tcir)or• l'o win Memphis/,' ;•'.-.,'"• " ; Pr. arid Mrs. k S.' Bri*c<x- are (notoring to Rector, Ark., tomorrow to be guests'of Mr. aiid Mrs, Edward Hollfield. Mr. and Mrs, Hush Nelson Thompson arc • in Memphis foi' Christmas wltii Jijr. and Mrs. J. I,. Thompson and Mis! Bobbie Lee King-, who is at Hill's C)lnlc> Tlielr swift Hugh Nelson and Morris King, went down Thursday. ' W. M. Scruggs wotorect to Memphis today .for- CJirMm«s. J. U, Thompson jr. returned ib Memphis today after several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Nel£on Thompson. •. : Miss Alia Mae Oariington has gone to Searcy, Ark., for a two weeks holiday. :: , , • . Miss Bob Williams went to Cat,• ro, 111., Saturday afternoon tor the Holidays'. "Mr. and Mrs- loule Waters, of Memphis, were in the, city yester- Iforc than 30,000,000'^of The' 191 : COC,OM library Woks In 811^ fa: located ii^Owmanys I60'lib rar ( ?Si V'. & '«• -E. of .193.1 Dfc N, L. CISSELL GRADUATE VE^MNARJAN Located at Bob Harris 1 Sales Stable Phone «0 •. Blythevllle, Ark. To all our patrons far aiu| near we soul a message of Christmas c h e e r, and hope to -serve J'ott well again— tlie coming year, THE NEW ECONOMY SHOP Ingram Elclg. . ;: ; .; / % Plwne M4 '75'. TONS. HAY FOR SALE Alfalfa, Pea and Mixed Hay _H.' C. Kniippeu&erger reeling Cheerful Christmas And A New Year Of Plenty That is Qut- sincere vdsii for every one of out- friends and •customers. .\V e thank yon for your valued patronage of tho jiast und assure you that it will be a pleasure to contitiiio serving-you in 1935. First National Insurance Agency We've sought for months without ...-••". a pause New sentiments « n Santa Claus; Wevc tried out every plan and rule . , . . . For fresh expressions of the Yule; \Ve vc searche<l the wbrM froni 1 pole to ; isthmus ' Tu iiii<] ;i word to rh.vpic wilh v ; ^ Christmas, : ' , "And though.success won't crown the (|uery;- K >'> ;.J?,-°'**• " B T ° GOODNESS YOURS IS MERRY. Bell's Pharmacy Main ;il Division May All Our Friends Enjoy A Good, bld-Fasliiojied Christinas \\c ook back- on Uic past- year with gratitude for the patronage we have received. We hav < ; i,i' ou i, to th? ' wi | allow us bo v i, VUUy 1 H for Every ' & tf ^^tt^l THE GROCERY and MARKET '!'. H. Van -.Uibbcr, Owner & Operator Old Poslofficc Bldg. ' V!hone 234 \\' e Delivci' i I Our Cordial Greetings We want to say to our friends and patrons that we sincerely appreciate the business given «is this year We have dpne onr best- to maintain bur high standard of workman- fam^and service, and wili continue to do so in 1935. . N ' Barnes' NuWa Cleaners 1 Christmas Greetings At this season of the year it has become a fixed custom to extend the best wishes to those you are interested in. We take this opportunity lu extend the Yuletidc .Greetings to every customer and friend of this Institution;'also to express our appreciation of tho business entrusted lo us whether large or small. There is no account too small Jo be appreciated nor too large to be efficiently: handled. Therefore at this • Yuletidc we express our appreciation and at the same time our best wishes that the yeitr 193S will he a happy .and prosperous one for every customer and friend of this Institution. . . . / V-':' l^T * Iv The Farmers Bank & Trust Co. mmm,

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