The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1933 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 6, 1933
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BLYTHEVjUE,(ARK.) COURIER JNEWS '• WEPNEBDAY.-• SiiPTEMBEft. ; 6,-;'- BVWTS WofMn oj phim* of ctelst, Bible study, Mrs. C O Graves, ho:^_ KVENTB Woman's Auxiliary, American Legion, Mrs. A. M. WMlibum hos- tift, 3 P. M.' Dprcts Sunday school claw, First Baptist church, election of officers at church, t;30 pan. fc*tarU*> Kwfc tltfc . Mrs. J. W. Bader.entertained Ihc Tuesday Hook club and a number bl gtfcste this vtek. Included In the visitors wire Mmes. M. Jbntz, R. B. Nokn, Wyatt Henley, 8. P. Martin, B. M. Matthew, W. M. Taylor, Ray . Woftfltflston, W. T. Oberst, Tom W.' Jackson, W. H. Btovall and Howard Proctor. Flowers from her own garden •were attractively arranged with a lavender and white motif predominating Irt Ihc decorations and In the tellli*. Chlckeh sahdwlchcs, apricot Ices and cakes were served. Bits oj Netis Mostly Personal i Contest, Will Get Wiaar. \ ; Ih a conttsV between the First Mtthoaist churches ot Btylheville «nd Jonesboro (or 'the past year the local group wbA by obtaining 125 golden crosses while the Jonesboro group received 8. ,. The .award "wti. to be a turkey dinner for the .winning pastor with the. loslnf -minister as host. To- mbrro* the Rev., and Mrs. P. Rorie will Be ,gu«ta of the Rev. and Mrs. H. Ijynn 'Wade at Jonesboro ioi a turkey dinner. * •' « HMM DemonstntloA . pieftilwrs Aileni ' Caiitp, Miss colaO>e Cofthian, county home demonstration agent, accompanied . by 15 members of home demonstration clubs in Mississippi county, went t/> Mttie Rock today for the'first: annual re* al Canip pike. The camp will be held today, Thursday and Friday. This Arkansas Home Demonstration camp and fifth arVNiial meet- Ing. 61 the ^Arkansas council of Home Demoristiatlbh clubs Is expected to be attended by more- thah I.flOO farm women throughout the Wat*. ; A coiriptelc prop-lint ti»s (*en arranged with all- Someri partlclpat- tt*. Am«i fte- features ir)u' be a prfe for the county sending the • largest defegslloii, conjldeftrig rhile- *-'- and atttftttnc*. and i prlre In —^ -*"-• •-"-'- ••-aub to use of Mr. and Mrs. 1. Uoscnlhal and daughter, Mli£ FrancLsc, had xf their guc-=ts lor Uic weekend Mr. and Mrs. Sam Orgel and BOH, of Caruthersvlllc, Mo., and Mr, and Mrs. Ben Orgel nncl son, of Memphis', Miss Tracy Sanders has returned to her home in Ynrbro after H three weeks slay in Memphis, Mrs. Charles Sautters slid son Albert, of Yorbro, have reunited from a week's visit in Memphis. Nunnely Wade, of Grand view. Ind., Is here for a visit with Mr and Mrs. J. H. Humphrey, parents of Mrs. Wade. Mrs. Wnde and son Donald, have been here for some time. Miss Virginia Dlonicyer IB expected to return homo the lust o the week from n week's visit li the north. She recently under weht an opcrallon at an Owosso Midi., hospital And is now vlsil- Ing Mr. mid Mrs. Cnslcr Hans, of In Chicago nnd IntHnnnpolk. Mrs. Alexandria, Ind., following visits Haas was formerly Ml&s Madeline Marsh who lived here lor a number of years. M«. Tlwrman Atkins, who has iicr and James H. n«ll jpenl yes- erday in Memphis. Mr, IIIKI Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and da«lgli|cr, uetty, lelt today for Hunlsvllle. Ala, where they will bil relatives of Mrs, Isaacs, They went down csi>cclaily to be wlln Mrs. Isaacs' brother who Is home alter several years stay In China. They will return Monday. Hayti Society — Personal Wilson Society — Personal Mrs. Houston Buckley and Mrs. I,amar Tlioinpr.oii nre In Sprlnf- fleld, 111., having driven their als- tcr, Mary Virginia Brlftlan, to her home afl/i- a here. Mrs. Jennie Rowc and daughter Miss Cracc hnvc returned home from Cnp.<! Girarcleau where Mrs. Rowc has been receiving medical Albers-Cla>toh; Miss Gladys Claj'ton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Clayton, nnd Paul Alum, son of Mrs. A. Albcrs of SI. Louis, were quietly married at Slkeston, Mjo., Tuesday. The wedding came as a surprise. Mrs. Aibfrs is a graduate of Wilson high school and attended A. and M. college at Joneaboro. I>lr. Albcrs is employed by the St. Ubuis Joint stock Land bank aix! Is now located at Forrest City, where they wilt reside following a honeymoon trip to Chicago. Mrs. R. E. Lee Wilson and Mrs John Merrill left today by mow: for' Cape Cod and Boston, Muss. where nicy will be guests of HIP treatment. Mrs. Ro\ve, who has former's daughter, Mrs. Prank Wes- beon 111 with malaria, Is still In very bad condition. . Mrs. Charley Harrington of Bly- thcvllle nnd daughter of Champaign, III., are here vlslllng their daughter and sister, Mrs. I. D. Mc- Dcrmoll. Mr. and Mrs. Charjes Johnson have moved to Wlnoha, Mo., where Mr..Johnson will work as operator ot the Frisco'station. Mr. Joliiuon been 111 nt her home, 1604 W. Mdin I had a similar position while here. street, for several days, is worse today. Among those from here In Memphis yesterday were Mrs. J. E. Crta, Mrs. A. G. Little, Mrs. Chris Tcmpklns, Mrs. C. G. Smith nnd Mrs. Chester CaWwell who accom-. panted their husbands who attended the.cotton meeting. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. J. Crftnc have as their guests for several days the Rev. nnrt Mrs. H. C. McKln- non, of Lubondni, Africa, nnd Mrs. W. li. Shoemaker, of St. Louis. The R«v. Mr. McKlnnon Is n Presbyterian missionary to Africa, who is on' a furlough. Mrs. Shoemaker! •. ^_^_ is a niece of C. J. and Wilson' Crane. the song c*t*W. -.there -is' be a wat« carhlviil,- free the swlmmliig •pool, lessons in handicraft, the pre»eht*tt« bf play- let* and pJgWhts'aritf band concerts. . ' ••-,...:. The slate conHelV^s nli'dc up of B8 cbuhty ribmc : '-'demonstration councils, each 'of which will send two delegate. Tnest delegates will represent more than ; :'»,«« farm women who are mimbers of the home demonstration clubs throughout the state-.-' *. * • Class Elect*. :••' ;•-. All former -members ot the 1-A class W junior/ high sclioM and wee new "students. Catherine San- oers, TJ. L. Johnson arid Leah Prances Parsley, have enrolled. Offloers *Iec«d-;totfay wire: Billy Brewer, president; Iris Klc'ban. prestdehl; -Halne Anderson, larr; W:-H.r>avIs, treasurer; Aiioe Sahba, rtpflrie?; Polly Nash rnanitor. Miss tary Smifia Hood is sponsor. • • . •_- > • Mae West, Whose Curves Set Style ;; jl^ Click Is employed at Wilton and. Co., store. Miss Ruth Day Ringer celcbrat- .rt her tenth birthday with a 'bunk- ne party Tuesday night. D. N, Moj-ris returned Tueidaj from Memphis following an appendix operation. *;. H. Mann spent the week-end with relatives at Cleveland, Miss. Don Hudson went io Jonesboro Sunday to enter A. and M. college. Miss Dorothy Gideon of Marie lins gone to Jonesboro to attend A. and M. college. Miss Jewell Tyler has gone to Jnnesboro to attend A. and M. college. Denion News .Rev. J. R. Bulllngton, pastor of the Methodist church, Is conducting a revival meeting at hfolland. Judge Jim Johnson, who has been seriously nl wll an attack oil acute indigestion, Is much improved. Mrs. Nellie Tat* of Pascola has moved here nnd she and her son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Judge Tatc, arc occupying the Spencer home. Hugh ixnvls has accepted a position with the state highway department. The Shell Pilling station, of which he was manager, is now being managed by Hurtle Barnes. son. They expect to be gone a mouth and. will visit for sevcra (lays In Washington, D. C. Mrs. J. c, Perkins has as her t'uests her sister, Mrs. Myrtle Tc- gnrden, and Miss AHhea Hudson ot YellvlUe, Ark. Mrs. Lorena Sawyer, Miss Lorea Nichols of Cordova, Tehh., arid Miss Claire achwam of aerrhanlo'.vn have returned to their homes after a two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sullivan. Mrs. J. p. Kelley and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brunner of Memphis Mr. and Mia. W. B. Skipper silent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Clifton AWbotl of Armorel, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Swindle spent Monday with Mr. and Nirs. Hess •racket. Mrs. .M. H. Farrls, Mr. and Mrs. Cowdcn Farrls and Mr. and Mrs. Hallle Farrls; returned Saturday from Cerro Gordo,. Teiin., wliero they spent a week wjth relatives. Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Sianfield spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Garrett-. Mavis Heathcock enter- ' vi:their:cucsts Mrs. J ley and- family, of •<: Y. W. A. to «JT h l Y- w - *••*'' tae Rrsl Ba p- ttet church alll.meel at tr.e church Thursday -eveniny,- -7:30 o'clock, wnen a mlssicnary program will be pen with Mlis Georgia Ue as leader. "God's word in the French Country- is to.-.bc.tlie Iheme. in the business session plans will &e made for tl:e annual election of otBcers. . Miss Christine WcOaughfcy has gone to Memphis where she will make her horrte, Joining her mother who recently went there to be employed at Levy's Toggery. J. F. Tompkins and flaughlcr, Mifs Emily and Virginia, were In Memphis yesterday.. ' Mr. 'and Mrs. C. 'G. Smith arc liv Little Rock where Mr. Smith Is attending to business. ' Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gnlnes hiive -'••'• ' '•• -- jbhh C. Bart- New Orleans. They will return home Friday.' ' Mmes. 0. W. Afflick, Russell Phillips, Otto Kochtltzky. J. W. Moree and Everett B. Gee are in Memphis today. Miss 'Jewel Lcc spent yesterday In Memphis. Tom Martin 'attended the cotton meeting In Memphis yesterday. Mrs. Adolf Hach anrt children, Adolf Jr., and Elinor, and Charles Willurd, and Mrs. Josiah Fort nnd children. Josiah Jr., and Nancy, returned to their home in Clarks- vlllc Tenn., yesterday after n visit with Mrs. Fort's mother, Mrs. T. J. Malian. nnd at Hardy where 'hey were guests ol Mrs. Byron Morse and family at their summer cottose. Mrs. James.H. Dell accompanied them to Hardy. Mrs. A. M. Butt and daughter. Mrs. Farnsworth Black and Miss lie Butt, spent yesterday In Memphis. Byron Morse and .R. F. Klrsh- ncr attended to zlisncss In Memphis yesterday. Mmes. Byron Morse, R. p. Kirsh- 28 Join Methodist Church at Half Moon There were 29 nddltions to the newly organized Methodist church at Half Moon last night In n revival being conflitijtert bv the Rev. p. Q. Rorle, pastor of Ihe first Methodist church, who is organizing the church. the meeting .will continue through Friday night, with services at 7:30 p.m., and it Is possible that the services may be continued mill) next week. were guests Sunday of Mr. Mrs. William Ludwlg. Carl Bird spent Tuesday In will* Rock oh business. Mrs\ S. C. Warrlngton ol Horseshoe lake Is the guest of Mrs. Jack Kirkpatrlck. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Apple spent the week-end with relatives in Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. Barksdale left Monday on * trip to Oklahoma and Colorado, they expect to-be gone a month. Mr, arid Mrs. A. T. Norwood have returned to Cleveland, Miss., atler spending the summer with their daughter, Mrs: victor Manii. Mrs. Walton Wilson and sons Walton, Jr.; 2nd RbbeVt Wright 1-nvc gone to Pine Bluff for n IKO weeks visit with Mrs. Wilson's mother,-Mrs. Robert Wright. Miss Hannah Weiriberj went to Memphis Sunday to meet her sisters, Mrs. Adolrih Keller of Neeftsli, \Vis.., and Mrs. Harry Stern- and .'(iia'll daughter. Dorothy Lep % of talned • a crowd of young people Saturday night with a birthday party. ^ .. Miss Edith Harrison spent Sun- I day with Miss Glodean Slayton. Miss Mildred Horton spent Sunday with Miss Oma Kcnley. Ben Hicks of St. Louis spent the week-end with his sister, Mrs. Car(Jia Turnbo. Miss, Madeline Dodd spent the week-end with her sister, Mrs. J B. Dye of Braggadocio. Miss Vclva Lester of Holland spent 'Sunday with Miss Iris Long- Ic year's work today with n meeting at the Hotel Noble. The mcm- tcrs were guests of E. B. Noble for 3 luncheon following the morning session. Mrs. O. w. McCutchen, president, was in charge. This year art among tr.e o!d masters will be Inkon rip n a seric-j of twice a month studies "Ith various members in charge. The first study will be held Wednesday, S:ptcmber 20. Oregon Opens War on Marihuana Pedtllm PORTLAND, Ore. (UP)—Oregon hns declared war oh the "Depression- drug"—marihuana. Because of its slight prtduclion cest and absence 6f smuggling expense the "weed," usually smoked In cluarets, Is obtainable "at a low cost. A 25-cent clgarct made of the marihuana flower offers the smoker three hours of exhilaration and several hours of "hangover." School children are one of the fovwile "markets" for the drug ixkldlers. Many liave been convicted of acting as "carriers" for Ihe peddler, making the deliveries in return for n few clgarets. Hospital Notes Admitted to tlw Blythevillc hcspitnl: Mrs. A. B. Sndlcr stcele- Lee Jett. Armorel; E. L. Gear.,, city; dismissed. Miss L. Evans, 'Cooter Mo. tiilcngo. ' /f'-- Mrs. H. C. Davidson has as't-'X- Sliest Miss Elizabeth Spann of Luxora. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Grcenjtcl! and Elsiicr and Charles Beall c'rovc to Fnyrttcvillc Sunday where Eisner nnrt Charles re-entered tlie Dell arid Vicinity A revival meeting at the Dell Methodist church opened Sunday. Misses Mamie and Ncoma Magers left Monday for Jouesboro to attend A. and M. college. Mr. and Mrs. j. S. Berry of Har- ngould visited their daughter, Mrs. O. A. Smith, here Sunday. Tne bell public school opened Monday. Miss Mattie Wilma. Craig of St. Louis is here visiting Iicr sister, Mrs. Hop Secoy. Miss Flossie Evans lias icturned from a visit with her aunt at Kennett, Mo. • ' • -. • Go West, Young to Meet the Coming Mode! >:Contlmied rrom Page Onei i there, and allowed free rein else- mits she "fattens up" for the part —cats creamed cliicken on buttered toast, and lousier Ncwburg, nnd chocolate cream cake. Just at. the time ivheii hopeful debutante where—you'd be surprised! Ccuels? Sure! They go with the hour-glass figure. But Mae West feels they needn't be an encumbrance. Mae likes-a figure which slouchcrs were starving off that [has identical hip and bust mtas- . . world knows— or at least . jt . will .when the new fashioas- appear.- .. Frortnct of tlie Theater [ Once. more a woman of-, t-liel the- later" dictates what her unprofes-. sional sisters shall wear. And Mae AVest is essentially a woman • of the theater. .. .'; • • • She is a trouper, and like : almost every Broadway success, lides years of- unwept, uhtujnorcd and unsung. troiiplng : brh!iirl the of present-day • success. '- 1 Their has been an unusually goo* attendance at the revival meeting which tlic Rev. P. Q. Roric, pastor of tlic First Methodist clinrch of University of Arkansas. Mr. and Biytheville. Is conducting here. last couple of, nounrls, Mac West (was eating creamed chicken- on buttered toast fo build up the figure that was to launch a thon- ind hips. ow It Is Accomplished But there is hope even for those have been denying themselves ivlrs. Grccnwcll returned Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. William Ludwig imd ss Ihclr guesls..of Ihe weekend their parents, .Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Ludwii; of Reyno, Ark., and Mr. nnd Mrs. F. J. Baits of Poca- hontfls. Eugene HnrrLs "of Rogers, new cnach al Wilson high school, arrived Monday. Mrs. Harry Flowers entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of Ihc sixth birthday of her daughter, Mary Virginia, • Mr. nnd Mrs. Marion Click ha've moved here from Monctte. Mr. Periodic Pairu Relieved For monthly discomfort, Ufcd nerves, run-down women will do well to try OARDUT. It has helped thousands. Build up with purely vegetable CARDUI to overcome periodic pains. Sold at drug stores. There have been about fifty conversions. The Rev. Mr. Rorie preaches at Half Moon every fourth Sunday afternoon. I,. Vemon and family have moved to this community. The small son of Bill Flynn died' last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shaneyfelt are visiting the letter's mol!:er, Mrs. T. J. Bass of Dell. •There are 1,024,200 "Johnsons" in the United States, according to estimates. Nnd Afore Iron in Btoodl Children wr» are thin and pale •n<| who lack",appetite are usually infferlnf from a deficiency of iron. Whm the blood .-lacks iron it becomes thin and poor and fails to nottri«n. : Triea o .chjld loses ap- prtlt« and ' becomes still thinner arid JMker^apd .eisy pr«j>'. to dls- - To build up your child, give him Grove's Tasteies«X)hlii Tonio. It contains inai which makes for . rich, red bloit. -.It':also conlainf W?l«I*« (jullrtno which tends to j-jUy..lhft Wood These two cl- rt«:iria'k« It an exceptional mcd- ' ^'t<ff join* and old. A few «n ' Orpye'v TMteless Chill •' will'work wonders In your ft will: tfjirpefa hit appetite, hlf.color and build up his eneny and brcrtaw his CWU:'Tonic is pleasant ChlMren Dkt it and |fs ' a«ie for them. Contairu Mmrtl: 'All stares sell •toidtft anil'TOBfc. Oet k MUte i«a»i»'. arid-iee how ybut '•-- ~:**ip«i-.tMfc'ii;: : .-••; r.f:Uv';v-; u' "•' —Adr. o Bennett's milk Is fafc .— it's piopcrly pasteurized. At The Home Of The Mayo Clinic <Roctieoi€r, Minn.) the health officer. Or. D. c. Lockhead, recently said In a state, mcnl through the press, "We In the health department aro concerned about milk from two angles. Because it is Ihc Best food obtainable, we want to sc^ li consumed In great quanUlIcs, and bc- ratifc of the possibility of its 'spreading disease, we want to know that our local supply Is produced under all the refinements of production commercially possible and lhal it rw pasteiirlied so we can guarantee II sue." Telephone No. 74 Bennett's Dairy WITH EVERTMLUIIK PtiKHflSF GET THIS COLOR RULE TODAY WALLHIDE One-day painting sqVesyou time, trouble^ money! T HE Interior Decorators. Color Rule pictured abovft. -runevv invention—now shows you the low cost way to beautify your home with color! You jet it absolutely FRF.Euith the purchase of any si« can of Wallhide, the Vitolircd Oil Paint that brines yxm One-day painting. Come in today forum- of these Color Rules. In ^^ Do Other way can yo;i so PH your rooms will look after painting walls and ceilings with Wallhidej after usinj Wattrspar Quick Dryinj Var- niih or Enamel to make your furniture and woodwork look like new. The result can be in perfect color harmony or in artistic contrast because the beautiful Wallhide and Waterspar colors have been midc to conform to interior decorator*' coior combinations. HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. Phone 32 Blylhevillc, Ark AUTHORUfct) PITTSBURGH PAINT PRO9.UCtS..APEN^, ureraents, with a waist: 10 iiusrirs smaller. But (Thcn:-shc. l ,rVns,.,ab9Ut From the day- 1 - when •"' she- 1 born- in ; -that-- Brooklyn -fastness i smaller. But ^hcn.-sho...ras^bgut -^ich.'h'er'.n'ativttr-enm^'fier &>• to crcaiB •Diamond-LiJ" .she •™it! t - ll! ' "Greenpemt," -SKe^-ris-.-dcs^- S±^ Un | ""''L^J";" 811 ?."^ «™" '"--the staEc. But 1n-:*-o« Bumcr, New Yor k ' 5 famous enough not, lo interfere with frec- reamed chicken. Mae tells the I rtom of the knees. rick: "Indent the waist, see? That! Ihe main thing, according to cccnttiates the arcs. What can be "" .ccomplishcd by the feminine flg- irc, once it is nipped here and Mac, aboiil corfets, is "You got would rule (he world of fashion. NEXT: Mae West sots on the stage at four and to have something to put in 'em. the gamut fro. Know what I inean?" .the whole''thfmmy qu «n. half, Little Eva GILLETTE, PfiOBAK AND AUTO STROP BLADES NOW DRASTICALLY REDUCED TO 5 for 25 At these drastically reduced prices every man now r««r M H A*? 7 lu ™ ryof 8 > vin « with the fineat razor blades that can be produced. We positively guarantee quality will be maintained at the present high levels. Pending the printing of new packages, you will -find a pnce mark of 50,! on the packages of five blades and $1.00 O n the packages of ten blades. But you pay only the reduced prices shown above. Get a package of Gillette, Pfobak or Valet Auto Strop blades today and enjoy the world s smoothest, easiest chave tomorrow. "C •!. GILLETTE SAFETY RAZOR CO BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS ,,

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