The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 28, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 28, 1934
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PAGE- TWd o-cletu rieiLra. '^ •^^••••^™^^^^^S^f?!T^^T '••__ "I ^f----t i t . ' .' * "•" j>LYrHBVILLB.(ARK.) COURIER NEWS Plans Are Announced For New Yearu Eve Dance. Emmet t Se|Js and* his orchestra, now headquartered In Memphis, will furnish , : music for. tho New Year's Eve dance Ht (he country club Monday evening. Members one! guests will begin dancing-at 3:30 o'clock. This is the first appearance of this orchestra In this vicinity, the music having been secured through the Hotel Peatxxly at Memphis by W. J. Pollard, chahman of thc entertainment committee, and Mlsi Maurine Bassett, hostess. liefreiihnieiils will be- served throughout thc evening. Daughter Bom. Mr. and Mrs. Wyse Perry announce the birth of a daughter Thursday noon. The baby wcl(jlis eight pounds. * • 4 - ' Katiern Stir Installs Officers. , Officers of the local KaMern Star chapter were installed in a meeling last evening at (lie hull wllli Mrs. Charles All'ordj Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon and Mrs, Burney in chaige. The new oflliers aic' Mrs. J. D Eberrit worthy matron; J. D. Eberdl, worthy patron! Mrs. Nora Edwsids, associate matron; II. E. BJaylock, associate patron; Mrs. Chailes Alfoid, scCieUr); Mrs, S. P.'Martin,'treasurer; Mrs. Samuel C Owen, conductress; Mrs. Willie Wlkon, associate cwitluclre'ss; Mrs Emma Uurncj, chaplain; Mm. Pearl Hill, marsrmll; Mrs. 13. r'. Bloiiieyer, organist; Mrs. Avis Sylvester, Ada; Miss Willie Marshall, Ruth; Mrs. M. Fjtzlsmmons, Esi- tHer, Mis w w Hollipeter, Martha; Airs. Akiba galiba, Elcclra; Mrs. \V. A. Stic-.imOn, warder; Mrs Rulelsh SUiestei, scnlincl, 'A social'hour, was enjoyed with sandwiches and coffee served. i-Bcmietl. Mr. and Mrs. J B Bennett. haive announced the marriage of tholi daughter, Gallic Ruth, of this city, (o Mi staling Murfl. Jr, Of OSC.BOU v*hibTliwi&,•solemn- Ized at Caruthersvllle, Mo., Da- cember 16. Justice A. Elliott read the service, The bride wore a brown and Bold rough crepe frock rtiade ill tunic sljlc vith brown accessories. They were dicompauled'. by the bride's sister, Miss Maxell Beri T nelt, and Mr John Lwranco of this city ' Mri MiirrT, who formerly lived In Tutater, Miss, ha? made her nome here for the past six years. She has been especially active III affairs of the Lake Street Melho> dlst church The biidcgrooni is connected with the Murfl Oroceii company of Osceola \\heic 112 and his bride will mak6 tlielr home Soil Boln. A son nas born (o Mt ami Mrs. O^ F Williams on December' n t bibj, uho weighs eight 1>M1^ W '" bC UJ " e '' Gll; """ e Wonian's Club TO Have Drive For Uucs. In a meeting of lhc board yl trustees of the Woman s club last evening at the home ol tlic president Mil g s sicrnfc,- j( was depded to have an intensive dmc for payment of dues uh* ess all dues aie pa.d by January 1 foreclosure will be brought agdinst the club building as u « ciganlzafjon is three months in arrears with payments i. e « n JS ™ tCrt ! lot b H5k bl)5 '- Jiea firms or individuals for don- jford ^ Ut l ° £0l ' Clt " li!lllbcrs only * * » Masons install. tllc yearim Sl « "=«ders for ww «, Ivy i W%.?" lfIlC , rvC tllc Mus '»' s: [cr w awf01 , 1 ' """liiPtiil rims- den; W. j raia""' h " " Bits oj Mostly Personal Max Usrp.y an<l his liouscgntsl, Tom Crouch, ol IJouglati, Arizona, spent yesterday In Mcniphia. T|icy plan lo leave Sutiday of Monday (or New Orleans, wliorc they attend Tulanc UnlvcKlly, niter (pending lhc holidays with Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Usrcy. Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Houchins plan to leave soon for Hot Springs for a visit because of Mr. Hourli- Ins having been ill. Mr. and Mrs. Mnrtln Worthy and family have returned to (heir home in Marked Tree after spending Christinas with D. 't'. Worthy and family. Dorothy Jean Worthy, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Orally Worthy, is 111. Tho condition uf J. '(•. Collins, who is .seriously ill, is iino'lianger!, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kochlitzky, formerly of here mid now of Co- Imnlms, Mfes., spent last night with Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Hughes. They motored to Memphis for ilia Ford show and left .(hkj morning for home. They .were accompanied by Mrs. Kochtitzky's uioiher, Mrs. J. w. Morse, who was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mr. uiul Mrs. DwigHl K, Blackwood and family have relurncd to llielr lioiite In Memphis after spending Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilson. Mr. nnd Mrs. viclor sillwcll nave renirnc<l from Nuwbeni, Tcnn., whefo they spent ChrlBt- maa wilh Mr. and Mrs. 13. w. Phillips. They were accompanied home by Miss Wilsic Phillips n-lio will visit them for several days. Miss Vji'iia scolt h-jB rcliirned to her: honis In liitieiienrfencc, Mo., afler spending Ohrlstmos with Mr, ind Mrs. A. V. Trcadwiiy and ,, '° 1 ' 610 "'' T .«as, who have bccii guests of Mr. and Mrs; 6. c. Mississippi f or u V | S |" $£.£ °[ turning home. Jlminle Hnsson has returned lo Coumbln Military Atadcmy nt Columbia, Tonn., after spending 1 week's vacation nt. home. \ir. and Air's. l,oy iVclch havo returned from Crehslmw, MJS.S where thcj- visited Mr we ch's brollief," c. N. welch, and'family Mr. and Mfs. Hugh. Nefcqri' lid Eona arrived home ~. = ... from Mslnphis where 'hey spent Christmas with Mr —>n's parents, Mr. ,,ni) Mrs' ioni|xson. J. I, ThoniD'-oi) Jr., accompanied them home" ' Mrs. LCC w.nllon and «m \, m . 6hn plgc reten'e* w ' 6dn ««l«y- :olumbla, 1^1111!"° ° scl1001 " L Grant Sears of Cincinnati, o, "s lhc guest of Waller Logan "Is parents, Mr. and Mrs. tlicodorc Logun, f 0l . u, 0 wwk . end. He has l;ccn la Mcjnphls viblliiiB his parents, Mr. and Mrs it. Scara who formerly lived here Hoy }iwi Wlillinorc. of Dell S m if Cr vr 'f 1 *!' 1 " 11 " ttlc Holidays with Mr, Young's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.' 0.; Young sr. ' John Blackwood relurncd from parcnls ul Pullmiiii, » n , ' " B rctllnl£ ' d to - -- . , •~-,.,,,fy TT|V( t/(J II Miss ciiar7iSie"'H''hi '""'i ll»i'inaiiently iiftcr the first of &^,S!^fc5im^£ r»H«!L "i,^. ^ , • - ....... o days with her Robinson. r. Mrs. Edwin I»B the day In'Memphis. Harmon liownsoii has rctuinwt > the Biinmi hospital at Mem- Phis for treatment. Mr. nnt | Ml . s , vv . w 0 , Jackson, Ten,,., were guests of f 0 , V-i'','. Crl>wfo '' ti aml Children foi Christmas. Mr Ostarn ls (l y ofllclal of Jackion. |!r. and Mro. M. K. Wilson and «•. I .ml, Hugh nnd iJriicc, have turned to their home in Lnla INIISB,, aficr spciKliiie Clirlitmas Wllh Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Wil">n. Mr. iln( | Mrs. M. B . W jlson ''I'c parenti of Mrs. Wilson. M?"' il " d , M|1 ' i - John 11. Mckcnuic, Ml. and M re . n , L ciardner and Sirs. Mary FlnnnlgAii, of rara- Bpnlil. were guests of Mr. sm i M ,. s Murcus Evrnrrt ycstcrtlay, Joining eij, Ala., who wns ulso here . W. fvf. McKciizle, of Monlgom- Joe Marcus Evraivl iilll imder-'o mastold opcratioii at the Mem- Ills S )a°enl.' 61 ' l ! <>t ' 1>IUl1 lomorrow. will arrive (Ills t M,- "™t M''"' " cr Biimdpiircnts; Ml. and Mrs. W. J. Knox Robclt Shirley has rcliinioil to is homo lit si. Louis aflcr"pentI-' »IB ClirlstnniK win, his sister Mrs Chaite Alford, ami Mr. Alforri u-m 11 ' n?' 110 spc " tl Cl '' ll ^iniis here with. Mr. aiifi Mrs. CliarJcs Al ford, relurncd home Wednesday. . Memphis, Oliver left yesterday for' Wash. '•' .^, Irs ' W ' Op Hawthorn. and -.1, Walter Garland, and Mr, ai d Mrs. Blackwood Moore and'»n Don, have returned from Jackion Tcnn., where they were giieste of Mi', and Mrs. B. E . Moore and Mr. and Mrs. j. D Folia ' Mr, ami Mrs. D. H..Blackwood i family will arrive today' to •IMl Mr. #nd Mrs. W. t, Moore, Ah. and Mrs. John Miller have been spending several days Iri Dv- nihburg ns (he guests of their aughtcr, t, r rs. Pnul Balrd J. B. Bunn will go (o Manila "'»» for the Installation ScrvjcS """"" elected Masonic Jr. visit Dr. and Mrs.~Paul for several' dn'ys. 'Harwell is' home from University to sperid the , „;' w| " n ' s parents. Dr and ^^r5. c. '|!, Harwell;, Mr. iind Mrs. £.»6rg« Dickor- ' "-- chlfdren. »«. '•'* i.'iT'' . " TT"" ft* •?• M*«W*l4jn> of Wllwni are spending Christmas day with Mrs. H. P."fc ( ujavKiit. .Mr. and Mrs. J. (toy O'Neal of Clarendon, Ark,, are visions''the family ot A: D. tittle, Mr. and. Mrs, .W..B, MoUan of onway, .Art, are spending the holidays wit hlhetr daughter, Mrs. Ifarvey Wifcon. ' Harmon Wilson-and his mollier Mrs, Allic Wilson, 'st^nt OhrW- nias day with Mr,:;and/Mrs.'C,'C Crockett hi BJytbevllJe. Dr. J. T. Polk, B.iH. Robhujon, Warren Lcsmaster and- J. K. Olillds went to 'Menip)tis Sunday for the football game. J. B. Herron of Wilson and F. .A Gillette of Memphis transacted business In Kelter last, week. Rev. L, E, lull Speaks at Negro Church Meeting Her. L, K. 'full, fomicr missionary to Rhodesia, delivered an address to, thc African Methodist Episcopal conference^ In Its se.ision today, and Bishop Urterto assured him of tho appreciation of the conference. A class of four young ministers came for .adrnlssloh, and was sent before Hid cWlimittec 'o)i examination. Dr. John; J. Moranl, of Mississippi, j. p.: behrils. J. N. Campbell, B. J. Lu}i6h; A'. O. Wilson, and L. 3. Overall are the candidates for bishop who arc vis- Illng the co'nfcrerice. Rev. BJ.'Newsoms preached the missionary sermon at- the-.missionary aiihi* last, night. Revs. v. M. id, -L. s. overall *nd Thomas Wray arc the ciders wljo reported today. The missionary women arc In session at the C. M. K. cliu'fch on Ash • street under the prcsU dmcy' of Majmlc cimimlnes, and Iliey will elect delegates lo thc missionary convention at TuUa, Okla., in ''" ~' H m Ford for 1935, Here To- rporrow, Is Modern i n Engineering and Design;. Three maior engineering principles conibiho. to give the new I'ord V-B for 1835 what Ford cn- Blnccrs term the "center poke" l^ Cl , a "S 0 I^ ln B K> Russell Phillips, oca) Pord dealer, who will have lhe new cars on <i is p| 3 y Wraor . These principles are: ' ' '': Correct spring suspension in- z^s^: ! irortt ^ --• Proper car weight balance and passenger welEht distribution. Location Of p'Sssengers close to thc center of .(tie car. Utilization cif these In coinbina- tion, as practiced by Ford ehgl- ncers, achieves .for the new Ford v-o rehiarhftble injjpfovciii^jii,' in riding comfort without sacrifice of either safety or stability. New B^y Designs In appearance Ford v-8 cars for 1935 are entirely new, with lines which are distinctively mod- era,ami a dennltt departure from , former Ford practice. | Bodies, grille, hodd; fenders and nmning boards have beeri newly- designed using flowing curves to .carry out Uie motif. The new cte- Mga has beeii made poaible by t'han"^ h'» e i ei| f.'" e f 0 ™"™ "«»-e ffonl ?$£ bch€i alltl ° V « M» , . Car Ts Longer in^L C ^± H^roxiniately eight wings Mteitdliijt several Inches to t fe f *?, 1 '. °» Ihf $ liixc I.yp«* Slanting. Vertical tOUvres arc ?W"?f> \ v l ll > horizontal stainless Sice] Wading to "form ah attract; |ve hbodslde adornment. .JtWii'dMrs "ye now lilnsedfrom the front of the car. Rear "doors aif eight Inches' wider at the bottom, perinllttiig • easier entry and has b«() armless since birth, but the 33-yeai>old : youth.has mastered the piano, guitar, trombone, harmonica and other musical instruments through use of his feet. One of the strangest businesses ii\ tendon Is the human skeleton business of G. Rouilly, who imports skeletons from Germany, Austria, Italy and Russia, and sells or hires them to medical Last Time Today! Mat. 2:30, 10-25c Nile (i:45—10-35c •f SECRET BRIDE Precious stones arc composed of very simple elements, An opal, for Instance, is flint and water; while Uie blue of (ho sapphire is the chemical action of oiic grain of Iron on 100 of aluminum. A diamond field of 73 acres is being worked in Arkansas. the prize find in the Held was a stone weighing more than w carals. Osceola Society — Personal H Mlss Virginia Blackwood and D. »,. B i^S™^ ft- VVC1 '° °*"ola vis-' 01 i Wednesday. Miss Grace nainavy of Drew *Ilss., mid Colcwaii Snwiccr Slei'. ens jr. of Blythevlllc were guests °f Mr. and Mrs. c. B Young Wednesday and Thursday, Mrs. George Adams arid daugh- T^Jaync. returned lo Little Rock /cdiiesdny after having spent several days ns lhe guests of Mrs Aclums' mother, Mrs. John while Mr and Mrs A. W. Young mid sou, Andy, left Thursday lo spend lhe remainder of the week in Joncsbora with Mrs. Young's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Love Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Otey Young Ir. returned to their home in Lake — ... ^, ivuuft for days. John Bi'adley Toniliiison lias ai'- rivcd here from Washlngtoh ii,,d Leu university to visit friends Airs. Ely Driver and her brill, di'cn, lily Driver, Dona Ray, liifld- sey, Billy and Mr. and Mrs.- Robert KcnrtrleH. arc In Pirhlceloii, Mo., visiting Mrs. Dr I vet's father, Llndscy Farley. . ' Reiser-News Notes Kclser school was dismissed- a wck ago for two weeks of. vacation nnd most of the teachers left for thc 'holidays. Miss Bilrb'uro llalre. who has been confined lo nor bed by pneumonia for several weeks, was able to return tp-Jpfui- £c.|i -city. Tchn. Miss Ezelli 'Diclis uiul (Miss Elizabeth Isolii "arc opciidliig (he holidays-at"'theh' hcnics In Wilmore, Ky. Miss LU- cile Courliicy went to' Weai'Latay- ette, Ind. Miss Florence Powell returned to Dallark, Ark; E. W4I- 1 ser Hccvcs went to Capo Glrar- dcan, Mo., and E. o. Oairctt to McKcniilc, Tcim. School will re^' open Mcnriay, January g. Mr nnd Mrs. J. K. Ohltds uiul family, Mr. nnd Mrs. p. B. Fiin'li- hoiiser, and Mis sBcrtha Shcrrick' arc spending Chrlstmns with relatives in Slmwneetown, 111. Mr. iiml-Mrs. Otto Koc'hlcr and daughter, Marjory Nell of DcJl rep'ofts a/larger attendance shaped that the body is set, lowrr man in; any of-the, previous-years. Wheels- are an Ihcri sinalicr in-,1 The .-conference will meet next Hn >eter and tlrfc-a-halNtoe'li lam' month, at.Newport, Bishop Gre'eho er j" section: Tlic resi t is at" will preach Sunday mohiliig. ''•• W'pW&fb'tr- ot" niats: 'a'(td ttabiluy Morfeltiig; b'lrlaji froriv paper; and ^ -ta'Wng in lliS'treatmtnf oMlif clay is the hobby ' of Dorothea- reat -° r eflcloscd'tynis The ^At Hlolwrdson, Westmrolahd, Ehg: ** the' wiiidShield hai been in She- has created 150 varieties' of creas c<i to ' reduce "wind resist the feathered creatures, carefiillyi a ' n(:c and i S4stn -jg r : ., '_-^; preserving the'scale. driving. " The sands of the Saharra-'are slowly • moving southward, according lo recent discoveries and computations of an •Englishman ' HUSKY THROATS Overtaxed by f^^ii speakingieing. V Nj Ing, sipoking ' R|OXY Friday & Saturday MAT. & KITE—lOc - 25c 'TEX TAKES A HOLIDAY' with Wallace MacDonald Cartoon and Serial— "Myatery Squadron" under oUt*r . -ii- vt«.»iii iia iUUU.UKlOiCI Putting jt into its iriSuth; a set,'of WJdl « v '.ernal footl choppers ciits up' the ar * >d before it is pissed Into' 'the cr ' month proper. Sunday • Monday "WEEKLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Test of a Christian 'I'c\f' T The International Ijiilforrn Sun•<)• School Lesson for Dec. 30 • * t 111 "i'Mil K ' (! "- R °V t »• D. LiHIor of Ailranrc from the Christmas story of Hie o"",". 8 °[ J< ;' slls "'^ "w World, e lurn lo Hie pio-iin-c of Christ * Wng and Conqueror flic topic of om- lesson is -yic. ory •riiratieh Christ." "iic of good cheer." said Jcais - His disciples, "I i llwc overcome he world." our lesson-Ls a co - po.e, senior deacon Harry Wd<man, junior deacon, w c Harris ^remo^ R ,° bl " SO " m ^ « TT /-. r,, ^ Tull, chanlaiii 1 H- G. Blanchard, tjlci Mines tmplcj 3,stjn RENO, N EV . ( rjp, Approximately 3.JOO men aie worknig- in Nc^\\^^\ «««r mino SNC it "ere nie largest emplojed In the ... r ••—""'sS totalled about. 7-.» durWg IruMVorld War. 0»lsiare not blind In the daj- iW - ny p " ta hunt in da y- "CROjCjUlGlilOLB OIL GUARANTEED WAVES' . H Up.- -.Noitfc Better ' I f" -"'*' e " ' 25C • ' . Barret Beauty'Shop • Ui»- HeMecih-JTo; Stt Wo are living in n Wo| .|. ( tl . offers constant, Incentives o c mcTi^to "n^'' " <|OCS not "«"'" t ™" 1° , lllc srossor slus, Scllisll- all J^'"/ 0 ;" 111 ' llic 'leepesrof sins but"" t * l th6 ™" " "" nnd somet Ti ^ ," W " fB p or his own y but, n life that is utterly out of liar- mony win, Christmas service and (tie principles of love and brotherhood. To overcome thc world \ n our |own .hearts and in our own lives • Is no cheap or easy victory. We cannot accomplish it unless wu live on n iiigii piuisu vvherc we have l-ho ronstniil Inspiration of communion with those who have lived nobly nnd who have left us a good example. The height of all such communion with lhc most inspiring cxnmptc (lint it oilers, ;ui(t tin: power of n Savior to help UK. Is in uur relation W Jesus: T6 find Ciotl revealed In ifhr,. u, n vc so ,; e . lr to Him timt his power upholds us nnd guide.? us, is lo ivin lhe vi«- tory ol faith. U=ep and wide lu, all uur life today is lhc need uf victorious Christian living. We arc In u world in which : WC nre [aiidng O f new deals .mid,, reconstructions, nnd no sensible, innn will dlspar- _ the need of applying courageous lnf.omgeiic*c in lhe discover belief Wdhorts of organ- and. called "clilil self-interest," n course When innn finds -a Iretlcr Instrument or luol for his purpose thai: the one-he Is using, lie-dues not need to lie urged to use thc hew one and discard the old one And there is n sense, therefore in which, ns we discover ii bctici way ut society uiirf men become convinced that it Is a bettor way, we .shall enter that way very much as we urtopl new itivciv lions nnd IWHlcr nieMiods in the physical World. But underlying all our external life is H persistent problem of man's relationship lo Ills fellou man. No nintlcr how much we improve outward conditions, or soi-iul organization, there will still bo tragedy in 1mmi\;i life where sin and selfishness continue. When thc social engineers have dime all In their irowcr to plan and belter society, we shull lie far sliort of ji s acliicvrnii'iit unless men Imvc the will nnd purpose to live In right rctntionships wllh one another. Meanness and sordidly and selfishness will Hurt n means of defeating the highest purposes, unless u, C y themselves are conquered and driven out i>y love nud goodness. '!'« overcome evil '.with Rood is the imalrort and goal ot (he Kmi ifflglc in which .all good men and women arc cligascd. This s the supreme purposp of Jesus m coining into-the world, aim it Is Jhe victory , through Him we may. achieve. ; 5lonil«s-, TutjdajV - Wiint -, Dinner Outsit m historian, ^ cawandBtsf. aenfcoftheUnltel big year" , incrcasefl .'n c of the rrar scats l- 2 il!clles us . 'he water fillet cap A GREAT HUMAN DRAMA .« A R B K » A WARREN WILLIAM OlENDA FARRELl Musical Song Hi I — "Mountain Melody" Novelty Reel— ''The Ocean Swells" Saturday Only A Matinee & Night—I0c - 2Sr / "l wrt: ftom fhe book Ihol stirred li 'he worldj . Checks COLDS and FEVER First Day - 4iild . Tablets saive - NOSC uropa ' • Headache* 1" 30 Mlmit«» Ladfes Birthday ALMANAC 1935 your druggist to you a. copy of this almanac, . WOW, before ——i.— supply nms out. FREE «« ohu ta -»b. e (,„„ *. MI „ «»• lor on. til The Ch,ll.n«ji »i,d|i tin c«, Ch.ll.Bwn, icna. DR. N. L CISSELL GRADUATE VETERINARIAN Located at Dob Harris' Sales Stable Phone 460 Blythevlllc, Ark. * \^ tf 'U>* \ .vJitAlN^ """• \ o^ • 1 iiiBis ->-«.^\ T!«*<,.8t§ci cwwfii; V i ^ A aS&>* r,«4.t>i ••'• \ft£}£*^ 'i'l'c" l'r «' ' V-"^'^ t'™ "" "<"-'< IProiivcr! I * r Cfa'lti Mcrrsft Novelty Keel Dumblioll Letter Now Located at 101 North Second ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU i>OK EDWARDS, Proprietor ill mate* of rtftullt Typewriters, Hiding Machines and Calculators Repairing—Fails—Ribbons Sunday - Monday |! MATINEE & NITE-litatfsc "^ PRECISION Valve Grinding Is Now A Reality We have recently installed lhc most modern valve grindjhfc machine that permits thc *nm% of valve? on all mak«$ of cars to the thousandth of an jiich :V. manned by a properly schooled mwhanjc... your a*Burance of a perfect job. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. -.-y 1 with ^lal LcRoy. and • Dorolhy Dare .

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