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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 4, 1933
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BLYTHEVIbLE, (ARK.).COURIER NEWS MONDAY. SEPTEMBER : 4, 1933. : -:. SocUl Calendar WEDNESDAYS EVKMT8 Delphian-meeting, Hotel Noble, t A. M. "••-'••: - •':: Etevaod' Oetnetery association, Mrs. Nrlll Reed hostess, 1:30 p.m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's'. Auxiliary, American Lefton, Mrs. A. M. Washburn nos- tfSB, I P. M. Miss Dorothy Brown Weds Mr. W. H. Gowan The marriage of Miss Dorothy Brown .of Lutcra, a member of a fiVMcr Uictfsippi county family lo W. H. Gowan, of Caruthers- vllle, Mo., and Osceola, was sol emniad at- the First Methodist eluirch" of Lnxora, at nine o'clock lias morning. Thc R«v. p. Q. lio- rlt, pastor of ihe First. Methodist church of this city, vsked the marriage vows In the presence ol members of the families and a number ol friends from Luxora, Osceola and more distant point* Clematis, entwined about tin. chancel rail..and an cmbankmen 1 of white and pink roses agains the pulpit, was the background Sor the wedding parly. Reed bas kets of pink roses flanked eacl cislc and bouquets of the sami blossoms decorated thc windows 01 the church. The program of nuptial niiisli mhich preceded thc wedding wa Played by Mrs. C. B. Wood. Her selections included Schubert's Scr inadc, "I Love You Truly," Mendelssohn's Wedding March, whicl heralded thc bride, and 'To A Wild Rose," by McDowell, which TSS played during thc ring ceremony. , The bride, who was given in marriage by her uncle. Congressman W. J. Driver of Osceoia and Washington, wore an ca-icmble o l*avy blue triple sheer with a hip-length coat. The frock was unadorned except for a diamond clasp' al the neclc. Her corsage wss of pink roses and valley lilies The bride's only attendant, Mte Mlmuth Teunyton, of Arksdcl Vhla, Ark., wore a dark green woo suit with black accessories Jonnn Hill roses and Adlantum Farley ense fern formed her corsage. Mr.j John Kcmp!c, .of Wilson was Mr. Cowan's best man. Immediately after thc cercmon; Mr. and Mrs. Gowan left by mo tor for Hot Springs where the will visit before,returning to Osce 0)0. to make their, homo. Mrs, Qowan, who. Is' the daugh- . ttr of Mrt. Site Browa and the late Mr. A. O. Brown of Ltuora. is widely known, her ancestors having been prominently identified in the history:of this, county. She is a graduate : of Galloway college,, Searcy, Ark., and. Jater attended I3ohlman's School of Music al Memphi*. For several years she , liat been Instructor of pUno in the Luxora and KeUer scliols. The bridegroom, who is the son of Mrs. Mattk Brasher Oovran tnd thc,latc Mr. w. H. Gowan ol ; Caruthcrsvillc, Mo, -Is a member of a prominent Pemiscxit county lamily. He-was educated at thc University of Missouri. Columbia and is now a civil engineer stationed at Osceola on tire government levee work. Among the out of town guests, Uildes those [roai Osceola. were Sidney Brown of Owcnsboro. Ky Mrs. Charles Driver and John B Driver IV, of Little Rock. Jack Brown of Memphis. S. FnmktTn and daughter, Julia, of MOSCOW. - Tenu, Billy Ingram of Crawfords- \ille. Ar^.. and Congressman and ton, D c. Mrs. Brown, mother of the Wide. was. hostess to members ol he families and thc bridal parts last evening for a supper party following the rehearsal Colfc M Wedjirsday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock. All women who have relatives nterred In this cemetery »r« In- Itcd to become charier members. This association will function Ecpdratcly from the Maple Grove cemetery association which hns nkcn cnrc ot the adjoining cemc tcry for a number of years. B*rm Mr. and Mrs. Henry Humphrey announce the birth ol « daughter this, morning at the Blyllicvllle hofpital. Ttie baby, who was born on her mother's blrthdtiy, .weighs eight pounds. She has been numccl Ami Ella. tr B«rn A daugliler «ns born Snturdaj to Mr. and Mr». Tliomas Roa'rk 'Hie baby, wlio wciglis ten pwmds ins been named Elizabeth Ann. l:«s!nc« Women's thib MiwLs Tonlxhl 'Hie Business nnd Ptofcssiomi Women's club will resume it* weekly meeting tonight with a session nl the Gotf hold at 1:30 o'clock. DurlnR the summer thc group has been meeting once end month. Library Officers JVII1 Be KlcrU-a The animal election ot officer. for the nivlhcvillc Library Association will be V.olu si I lie library Tuesday evening, '7:30 o'clock. Members of thc board are Miss Rosa M. Hnrdy, Marcus Evrurd and Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, who wire recently nnmcd In thc annual election of board members. nnd Dr. L. H. Moore, C. A. Cunningham. Mrs. Edgar Bormf). Mrs. C. W. Affllck, presldSnt. Mrs. C. R. Babce«k and Mrs. May L. Ald- rldge whose terms dirt not expire. COMMONPLACE- By HELEN WELSHIMEK 1 IIAVi; Jeep l<ne for kindly, simple thin*— Ilic lien, met i smellcf jam on ttovct; r i \\e liununini: song an old Kikcttle tingi; Tlic IrAgrjiii lowcli uWA wrap trrOHn-frutlfd loives. }\"j uliiit clothe*, cl<TJn, wind-iwept upon a line Where »un bott doun; a playhouw chtUrrn keep; A window dim with lioneyiucHc vine, And smooth, crhp tSceii Mttcn it h lime for deep. POU yellow Howb \«hm I wir belter okei; 1 Tlic fioiicr Ittii ouiiidc* kitchrn door; Toy Ixjjli in (Middle Muail boy« nit for lake*, And iuiilisUl in 3 i UK acrOM my floor, ! pray each da? tfm I may win that graft \VJikh God jjhet rtiwe who love ih« i-ornmonpTarc. Tht nianiasf! of Miss Audrey Love and James J. Glvens. bolli of Uixora, took place here Salur- tay. The ceremony wn.s pcrforhi- ed by Justice E. D. Walker. ConrHl-MooTt. Miss Pearl Moore and M. D. Coswcll, both of Osccola.. were united In marriage here Saturday by Justice Oscar Alexander. Bits oj Nttis Mostly Personal Bancroft Terry, of WarrcnsburR, Mo., has arrived for n two "Weeks visit with Mrs. Terry and her lather, J. H. Roncy. Preston Hamcy. R. A. Nelson jr., Marlon Mllner. Robert McHaflcy, Charles Emerson Hall, Horace Scrape. Philip Easley anil Misses Mary Cmnmlngs, Mary Grace Hill nnd Charlinc Robinson went to Jonesboro todny wlierc. Iney will ;:iler Arkansas State collepe. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Pyles and Miss Golda Rinks motored to Memphis Sunday where they al- '.endcd services al thc First- Mcth- 'odLst church when BLshop H. M. DuBose was the speaker. Dr. C. E. Wilson is in charge lor thc fair. Miss Ruth Wilson Sociely —.Personal Denies Shell Wed iYoung Roosevelt „ r ~-f>} of the First Pros- bytcrian church who arc going •»ay to Khool this year were honor at a banquet glv- , Tjvcnlng, in the social of the church. Included in ' l list vei In the high -Ther here. year nnd " Cn 3w * y '"^ ^ :lr B - Harrison was chalr- fatr ' Thc toastmastcr R. Vail who prosental this P*«8T*m: vocal solo, - -pwita'.Be * Land .S- Stevens. Accompanied by s ,J*onc-CallkoltY.yocaJ solos, Mrs W Dpwn who 'played her own' «P=«rip.nimenl; Ulk.VTnc Im- 'K^ a . i r? D0 ' Christian Education" ^M --a R -,i 1len; vocal sol °- Mrs . M. Powell, accompanied by Miss Ilerrlns has relum- ed to her home in Kosciusko. Miss, utter a visit with Mrs. Brownie Wilson Story. Mr. nnd Mrs Fred Brown arc moving 10 CariUher.wille where Mr. Bromn is to have headquarters for his work with Millcr- Crcnshaw company. James Guard returned Snlurciuy From St. Louis where he visited for i week. Mrs. Harmon Robinson spent the weekend at Marble Hill, Mo. She vns accompanied by Harmon Robinson, son of Mrs. Edwin Rob- 'nson. Preston Matthews and Eugene "a«s Souci. of St. Louis, are vis- ling veUitivcs of Mr. Matthews r or n few days. Mis 5 Inez Wheeler has as her lucf.l Miss Evelyn IXJIIR. of I'adu- -ah. Ky. Tlie Rev. nnd Mrs. P. CJ. Rone inrt daughter. Miss Ruth, motored to Jonesboro today where Miss Ruth enrolled at Arkansas Slate colic-Re for her sophomore years. Miss Martha Baker s|)Ci\t the weekend In Memphis as the guest if MI.SS Helen Dawson. Mrs. Ramsey Duncan, who has been vteUlnc In Memphis, has re turned home. Miss Alice Denll who has been visiting nt thc home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dcdman of Blythe- vlllc returned home Thursday. Mrs. John Weslbrook has as her guest, her niece. Miss Virginia Nunnery of Dcering, Mo. C. W. Mathls 1ms resigned as time keeper al Iht lumber mill nnd left Frlilay for Louisville. Kentucky. Mr. Wallace Thompson will take his place. Mrs. Walter Johnson has re turned from n weeks visit with relatives in Little Hock. Dr. and Mrs. N. B. Ellis visited and shopped in Memphis Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Young of Phoenix, Arizona, irerc thr guests >f Mr. nnrl Mrs. Waller Johnson Wednesday. Mrs. H. C. Davidson and Mrs. Walter Cnrd shopped in Osceola Thursday. D. N. Morris underwent an appendix operation nl Methodist hospital in Memphis Thursday. Messrs. J. H. Crnln and John Crain attended thc cotton' con-l Hemt>tr a ' * socially prominent Baltimore lamlij, 21 - jear - ohl Nancy Symington (above) denied E report that she and Franklin O. llooaerelt, Jr., BOH nt iha President, Intfcuded to ruarrv. I'oiing afelt now li leuriug tiurope. Osceola Society — Personal Mrs. O. E. Masscueil! was hos- Friday afternoon to her two table bridge club. Guests besides Ihe club members were Mrs. W. W. Prewitt, who was winner of Mgh score prize, and Mrs. J. H. Lovewell. Delicious refreshments vcrc served after the games. » » • Howcll Nicholson and Johnnie Sullivfln arc presenting Jack Staul(up and his recording orchestra ut a dance In the club rooms 1'ere Wedncs4ay evening, Scptem- IXT C. * • » W. E. Johnson of Lexington, Ky,, arrived Friday night for a visit vith his daughter. Mrs. W. W. !-rewitt and family. Mrs. Geo. Adams of Little Rock was here for thc week-end with Vrr mother, Mrs. John White. Godfrey White returned Friday lioiti :i business trip of several days to Shreveporl, La., where lie accompanied by H. Houchins •)f Dlytheville. Mrs. F. H. Morrow and children returned this week from California v.hcre they spent the s.immcr with relatives. Mr. and Mis. W. E. Hunt, accompanied by Mr.' Hunt's sister, Mrs. Yates Moore, Miss Nell Moore rnci Hunt Moore of Memphis, arc tending a week at tlte world's tt.-ir. Jack Hcok, young,son of Mrs. J. H. Hook, is Improving slowly at :he Baptist hospital, Memphis,'following an emetgency operation for p),pcndicitls performed Tuesday i.lght. Maltory Harwell, who has been counselor at Camp ' Sapphire, near Brevard, N. C., returned Thursday to spend a few weeks \vlth his parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Harwell, before going to Van- ('i-rbilt University where he will cltend school again tills year. Re- luming with him were John and ni,yri white, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White, and Sam Hortgts, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Hodges. ,vlio attended Camp Sapphire this iimitncr. Mrs. Charles Coleman was en- rcvtainei! in Marianna Thursday iflemoon at a party given by Mrs C. E. Daggct. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Green, who iptnt the summer near Ashevillc .N. c., returned this week and wil TOIL, By HELEN WELSHIMER AMERICA is working! Once again **• There is the sound of labor in the land. Flame-bright the forges light the ending dark, And tasks begin for every reaching hand. There is the ring of anvils in the night, The swing of axes, march of workers' feet, And steel flows molten, shining as a dream— Now we have learned shrill whistles may be sweet! TRIUMPHANTLY the flag waves high and free Above the smoke where industry begins, Above the busy-ness of shops and stores, Above the hearts purged clean of idle sins. Oh, always it is good to have a task, Life's pattern must grant some work to men. So let the bugles play, the deep drums throb, America has gone to work again! Haynie's sister and husband, Mr. Hayti Society — Personal Mr. anrt Mrs. L. S. Moullric and Mr. and Mrs. Rome Barnctt of Hornbcck, Tenn., were here Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. H. v :f-lrts. Mr. Moultric is Mrs. Fields' cousin. ' Mr. and Mr*. A. W .Davidson and daughter Marcelle, and Miss Hose Mead of Kennetl were here Saturday evening visiting John Thompson and 'also attending to business. Miss Louise Witt, who has been spending'' the summer with her .•pond seme time here with their I motheV at Oklnhome Citq, arriv- :on, Dean Hatcher and Mrs. Haj- "'' """ '""' '"•"-'• "'" """ ••'• tlicr before going to Florida for Uir winter. f.liss Evelyn Emerson is in Forrest City for n two weeks visit and Mrs. Fred Burgiss and Mr. •laynie's brother Ott Haynie and family. Mother Conceals Birth of Infant from Household hippotamus can gallop with fair ^speed along the bottoms of lakes or rivers, even with the body entirely under water. To Insure Your Cotton Call 797 Caodill's Agency ' GENERAL INSURANCE KM North Broadway Miss . ; /'Best Wishes' oss.Stevens; .benedktioa S. . includc<1 . Lucille Holder Dobynt, Mabel .and Louise' Jetnne • and Jennie Wren Dlllahunty. Peggy McKecl.' Lo« Jfooper, Jeanne Harrtson. Lorn a Wason, EUatbelh MeClean, Tlicl- rn« .Worthlngten, Nellie Johns and 1! Woman Caught Sailiish On Her First Trip HOUSTON. Tex. lUPl-The very r.rst lime Mr*. Frank Barhonl l-ai'dlid a rod and reel she caught i sailfish. the first of the species ?\er seen in Texas waters. Mrs. Barhom vas trol!iii5 for Mackerel with R fcatnerat gi; oir Frecport when thc sailtVsh struck. Although it "walked on its tail" »nd performed other tricks, she bioiiijht it io gaff after a 33- rmnuto struggle. It weighed 43 pounds. 1 . Pjtilllp -Easley% Joe Pride Jr., Billy l*wj*e,-John M»h»n.-Marsh M CaDaway Jr., Jirtetitll Johns Bfroa Morse, John McDowell, Blli ••'• c ' na CrihfteH. Ttumip- Tnompson. Miss ' ' Llllkaa. Brtseoe and Tom Mahan h»r*e awatfy COM. The sallfkh Florida waters. usually inhabits Mrs. Barhorefs catch pleasured six feet nine and Inches. . 'An 'ortinltitWi ot women, who •pta .»• *««>k-. ttM care of the Knrwoott .ceSetery, win b» formed »t U>« home-of Mrs. NeUl Reed < The champion biilte.r caters of Terence at Marianna. Ark., Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Brandon and Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Brandon jr.. visited In Memphis Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Barksdalo have returned from a visit with Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Haylor at Louisville, Ky. Miss Miriam Slater of Joiner. Ark., is the house guest of Miss Dorothy Gideon. N. B. Ellis returned Thursday, from an eight weeks stay at Camp I Sapphire, Brevard, N. c. I Mr. and Mrs. Gus Frnzlcr have I ir, their guests Mrs. Ross Nlchol- j •ion and son John Ross nnd daughter June Mr. Jack O'Ncil anrt sou : Jack jr.. ond daughter Sally of Forrest City. ' I Mrs. Robert Wright has returned to her home in Pine Bluff nfter. a month's visit with her daughters j Mrs. Walton Wilson nnd Miss Etritc Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Waller Wallace jr.. announce thc birth of a dauch- [ ler. born Wednesday. Aug. 30. Shel hns been named Susan Erie for' her grandmother. Mrs. Wallace jr.. j is at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs i Walter Wallace. The Bnrksdale Bible class cti-1 joyed n watermelon party nl Ihe country home of Mr. and Mrs. i Victor Mann Thursday nicht j Mrs. H. C. Davidson attended the brldsc shower given for Miss Dorothy Brown, brlilc-plecl. in Luxora Friday. Mrs. C. O. Williamson shopped In Memphis Friday. Mrs. Joe Kerlin had as her guests Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. R. J. Miller, of Portasevillc. Mo., and daughter. Miss Roberts Miller of Detroit. Mich., and son Tiuetl Miller of New York City and Mrs. Joe Webb of Detroit. Mrs. Riley B. Jones and Mrs. Dixie Crawford of Blythcville arc visiting the former's mother Mrs Walter Card. Mcsser.s. Roy L. Houck and Earl Cross have returned from Chicago where they attended the Worlds fair. Mrs. n. E. Lcc Wilson. Mrs. John Merrill and Joe Wilson N'el- *on" spent Friday in Memphis. Mcsdames Walter Card and puests Rllcy B. Jones and Dixie Crawford of BlylhcvUlc shopped Ir. Memphis Friday. Movie Star Sued By Ex-Wife the world are Canadians; tliclr jx-r capita consumption about 30'.; pounds. ot butler is with her cousin. Miss Elizabeth DC Rossitt. Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Taylor and Mi-, ana Mrs. T. W. roller have •euirnetl from a tv;o weeks' motor .up tl)iou»li Gconria nnd Tcn- •ic-ssee to Ashevillc, N. c., and turn. Mrs. Ray Madden and small •on, Ray jr., were Memphis visi- :ors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugl: Miss Julia Lilhird Craig shopped .n Memphis Thursday. Watlien Prowltt jr., is attending ! .hc Mid-South Fair in -•-••• today. Mrs. p. J. Scmn:c.s jr., and snial: daughter, Bettie. are in Shrcvc ,)crl, La., for a visit with Mrs. 5'itnmcs' mother. Mrs. W. W. Prcwitl and Mrs. S. S. Driver were guests of Mrs.' Vernon Wlntor. in Memphis Tuesday antl Wednesday. Mrs. H. C. Miller jr., went to Cavington. Term., this morning ed. here last'week. Miss Will vis- !ted--with her aunt Mrs. , Dolph "5aines at Caruthcrsville over thc weekend. Billic 'Jean, small daughter of Mr. and "Mrs. E. I,. T^Van. is suffering from a severe burn on her hand. Orland Foster, who has been in Tulsa, Okla.. visiting his uncle ami v.ife, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Gettings, has returned home. Miss Sina Duggar. who has bcon spending the summer at Norman, Okla.. arivwl here last week where she will teach in the school system. Miss Duggar -visited Miss Virginia Cridcr of Caruthcrsville the latter part of the week. Miss Crider and Miss Duggar taught in the Sleele school two years ago. : Miss Mary Catherine Thompson of Memphis wns here Inst week visiting her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Mayes C Mrs. Theon Strock is visilinc, her nothcr ot Fornfelt. Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Biillington nnd fan Wendell Hall of Si visit! Mrs. I ASHEVILLE, N. C. (UP)—The almost unbelievable story of how | a young unmarried woman sue-. cessfully concealed birth of a child, slipped it away without her parents knowing it, 'and worked nearly all of the neit day In the office of an industrial plant, has been revealed by police who questioned the mother at a local hospital. .: iV '•' i ' i The birth of the baby came to j light' when police .found the baby concealed near a footpath in a wooded spot nearby and identified it through laundry marks found on thc clothing. Thc baby, despite its unique manner of being ushered into the world, was reported doing nicely and its mother was slowly improving at the hospital after having t.i leave her work critically ill. The mother said she gave birth to the child while her mother and other members of the family entertained friends at bridge in the same house. She told how she kepi the baby with her all night, gagging thc infant with paper to keep it from crying. Her parenu expressed ignorance at her condition when first apprised of it by police. for a tlsler. two weeks visit with her Irono Denny, above, wl(e of Reginald Denny, scrc-ca star,'is suing Denny In Los Au- KClea court* for J14.763. St;a alleges Denny 1» that far behind on a 140,090 property «Q:I!> uiont-'made between tho Dear.; i when they e«pir^t«.i In is;'; Diving Bell Can Lilt Most Delicate China SEATTLE (UP)—A divinj bell, invented by E. J. Romana of Seattle, that, has crushing jwwer of 500 pounds in either arm. yet can grasp the most delicate china cup without breaking it. soon will be u.wd in salvaging losi treasure. Thc bell now Is in operalion ir. the waters near Anacortes. Wash., where it i s being vised in raising thc tug Bahadn. which has withstood thc attempts of oilier apparatus. The bell is shaped like a pear It accomodates one man. The--top has four port holes. Two arms are attached from its sides. Jointed at thc elbows anrt wrists, with interchangeable sets of fingers. The bell is made of steel seven-eight Us of an inch thick anrt has withstood nil pressure tests. Hospital Notes A tiny insect, thc gall midge. • "•• tplney prowths on the' "rtay.' Patients admitted to the 1',-y- thcvlllc- hospital: Mrs. H :,ry Humphrey,- city: . Dclplula n-nn. Manila; Jewel Ashabranncr. Maulla: Nelll Benson. Manila. Dismissed: Mrs. Glcnda Chambers. city; Mrs. H. W. Steven?. Lc,.ch- ,, . „ . ,, , ville: Dr. Joe Bcaslcy, Sircle. Mo Mr. Roy Mann has pnup to Mr ,. ,p r ido Cole LcachvlHo Joncsboro where he will enter A.I "' ' LJac '"''- c and M. college. j Mr. Lowell Gotorth will leave! Thc "General Sherman" im- in Saturday for Jonesboro where he' Sequoia -'National Park Is sairt to will re-enter A. and M. college, (be thc largest and oldest tree in Mr,. F. • A. Gillette of Memphis, the'- United-States: it Is 260 :.;et n cones t» U««<i Cats the «ranl-ad coronas of the Covier Newi can't be keaU II yoa want prompt results •hone 30$ arrived here Saturday to Wendell's parents. Mr. and ...... Bert Hall. Mr. and Ms. Biillington will rclurn to St. Louis Wednesday while Wendell will remain here for the winter anrt attend school. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Henderson and daughter Cleva Bell, who have been iti Ccntralia.t Mo., visiting Mrs. Henderson's mother, have returned home. Mrs. liarve Haynie and children returt-.-d home Thursday evening fiotu a week's visit with Mrs. Miss Margaret Piano Studio Classes for Beginners ;mt) Advanced Slnricnls 703 Chickasawba Avc, I'hone 2lf> Pure ocean water has a clear blue color because salt water does not absorb ttic blue rays of sunlight as it does the red rays. The blueness of sea water depends largely upon its saltiness. Shop and Parts Dept. open 'til, 10 p.m. every night Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. rose. to business here Fri- high and lias a diameter r-f feet. Be Ready For Fall In Us It Your I'd! Hat ('lonnitig iilotir will not VMlovc thc apimaraure of nownoss to your fall lial, but our special factory rebuilding process will certainly give it all the snappy style of a new hat. Calf us to'lay. Phone 180 Barnes' Nu-Wa Cleaners

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