The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 19, 1934
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar , EVENTS Church of Christ having Bible- study, 2:30 p.m.. at home of Mrs. Addlson, Smith. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. J. A. Leech entertaining Thursday Luncheon club. Hy-Shy-Ny Sunday school class of First Baptis; ciiurch having party on lawn of Mrs. B. A. Bilge's! yesterday evening at the lilylhc- home, 1 pjn, FKIDAY'S EVENTS Benefit, bridge and rook party Eiven by U. D. C. on lawn of Mrs. J. G. Sudbury's home. 2:30 run. ing acquainted with man. Canapes and Iced lea were served and llir favors wore individual Ihe young-and In paints oi Canada. Enroute! was winner of high score prize I home they stopiwrt al Miimmotli. and Mrs. L. Walters cut, conso Cave. The Hcv. J. J. Thompson and; Imby fnces nmdc from palnlcrt'J, IJ. Olune jr., have" gone to 1'hll- Mrs. W. W, Prewilt was hostess marshmallows, which were outlln- ndelphln, Pa., mid oilier points Ininiduy aftcmoon to her two'ta- 0(1 ! " lacc ' 'he east where they will spend the! Me bridge dub and two extra slimmer. leiioM.s, Miss Hlanehc Cleerc nml Mr. mid Mrs. .1. J. Daly anrti Mre - Frank Potter, the latter ol Mrs. Daly's mother. Mrs N. Mat- ParnijniiHl. High score prize was Daughter Hum. Mr. onrt Mrs nill Trollcr announce Ihe birlh of >i daughter jt'licw. 'of'st (ille hc.spllal. Tnc baby, who weighs eight ixniuds h;is not yet I'ccn named. Bih oj.Nttis Mostly Personal In Jonesboro where Mrs. Matthew consulted her physician. She rc- spent yesterday! "waidcd Mrs. H. J. Hale. ri'nlly underwent an ojx-nuion upon her hand. They will leave lo- Anne Conway White, small fliiiiBliter of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey .... White, h recovering frcm a scrl- monow for St. I.oul.1. Mrs. Mai-1 01 " Illness of colitis. tlicw reiuming nomc ;or (in- .sum-1 Miss Karen Harris has gone lo UKT and Hie l).iiys"i;oli]K up for; Memphis and Colliemlle. .Tenii., Mbs Irtna Laura Bamrs Makes Plans for \Vfdding. Miss Irma Laura Barnes, whose marriage to/Mr. Bernard McAfee, of Memphis and -Blythevllle, will t£fce place Sunday afternoon al the Lake Street Methodist crrml:h. has anriou»;ed ]ilans for (he wedding. The Rev, Sam B. Wiggins of Jonesboro, presiding elder of the Jonesbo.-o district, will r.-ad the 'ervice nt five o'clock: The bride, who will be given In marriage by her father. O. O. Barnes, will be attended'by Mrs. W. C. Colston as matron of honor and Ihe bridesmaids will Ijc Misses Mary Alice McAfee, ol Mcirfphis. and Doris Sccoy, of JontfJxiro. Mr. Colston will be best man nnd thc groomsmen will, JimmJL , T1|)ton w(1 , „,„,.„ Slm . Monroe Williamson jr.. aml|, by from H ld[fccre,st. N. C.. where e is In cnmp as the reprcscnla- ve of the Baptist Slmlents asso- allon of Ihe University of Ala- a two weeks vucalion. . .., (or ' '.' vlsi t "of. several weeks with Mis-s Virghiln Uloinpycr, who travels for a cosmetic company, epcnt the weekend at home alter havlnij been In l.uxora hist week ;md now has cone to Earle. Mr. mid Mrs. L. P. Chatham, of Louisville, Ky., and Miss Martha June Chapman, of St. I^oul?, arrived today to spend two clays v.'ilh Mr. iind Mrs. Mull MoniiK- tian. Mrs. Momighan is a sister of Mrs. Chatham and Miss Chr.p- Frctl Fowler nllcndeil lo ", A , ''' cs Memphis yesterday. I ™™ rjxvcr, small daughter Wocilrow Flsh:r. who was .slrick- 1;l Mr ' " 1Ki Mrs - E - a Driver, ae- i with appendicitis hit.' vcMtr-! co ""' !inlc<1 >>>' ilcr ">"slns. Belly day. underwent an enifruency r-ji- """ F™>ccs Driver, children' of erallotf nt the Memphis Mellimllsl hospital last nljihl. His condllion, rmd Mr. and loclay. Ir, very'eonrt. n? was taken! n °' down in n Cobb ambulance, lie-1 " ' Mrs. J. L. Driver, arc i» Memphis for a week's visit with ccinpanicd - by Woodrow . Tislier. his molliei-. Mrs. J. H. Fisher, and Dr. F. D. Ninitli. man. They are emou'.e to Geor-1 gia and Florida anrl will return here upon their wr.y IHKIIC. ; 'Hme6t. McAfee of Memphis. Odellji, Burks,'..Wilbur Crump and Bcv-' ^..erly. Miller-jr., of Memphis. M. F. e Jr., of Dell, and Ernest '/Btr'nes win be iL=hcrs. Misses Edna {Catherine Hale and Marie Lcggett will light the tapers. A program of nuplial music will be rendered .with Mrs. P. B. Wooil at the piano and Mrs. Clifford Jpynor as soloist. • « * Ctmpliment Biido-Elect. Mi 1 ,;. Fioterl Grimiv. had 12 guests for a handkerchief shower and bridge parly Monday afternoon in compliment lo Miss Irmn Laura Barnes, whose marriage to Mr. Bernard McAfee, will be solemnized Sunday. Sn'eetpeas, in pastel shades, mill roses formed ttn decorations In the living and dining rooms aim the tallies were of wedding rinrj design. At the conclusion of Hie card game a plate lunch, in which pastel colors were emphasized, was served. Miss Evelyn Blythe won high score,-Miss Virginia Bourlnnd. received Ion- 'scor* |ncf* Miss Tisha Smith; the cut prize. They were given handkerchiefs. Included in (he guesls was Miss Ltah Frances Davidson, of Plymouth, N. "C., houseguest of Mr. »nd Mrs. Charles Phillips. His Program. Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer was lender of the program for the Woman's Missionary union of the. First Baptist church Monday afternoon when ^'The World-Mlndedness of Youth' 'was the theme. For the devotional she gave tin story of Andrew as taken fron John 6:1-13 and Mrs. Charles Newcomb offered prayer. A prouj of thoughts was given by Mrs. A C. Blaylock who spoke briefly 01 "Youth Believes, Dares, Respond Achieves. Inspires. Challenges' Miss Cordelia Willilte told a group of stories and Mrs. W. M. Cro offered prayer. ' Included in those present wcr two visitors, Mrs. C. W. Titonch ard, of St. Louts, with Mrs. T I Haynes and Mrs. U. W. Mullins of Macon, Miss., with Mrs. U. Mulllns. Jr., and a ntv,- member Mrs. Alvin J. Holley. Give Garden Parly. Mrs. J. L. Newsom and Mis. Marie Harnish entertained othe members of the Business and Pro fesslonal Women's club and scve visitors with a garden party \nr evening al the home of Miss Har nish. Included in the guests wer Mrs. John Fonncr a ml son. Fra of Lima,' O., vfcithrg Miss Mabc Hogan. and Mis. Eddie Brewer o Paris, Tenn., with Miss Cora Lc Baldridge. Lovely baskets of colorful gai den flowers vjere,. arranged in th family front yard vrlrrfHhc ladies played gam?s anfi had contests. An ice course was scrvca. .Circle 'Metis- Circle ! of the Woman's Missionary society ,of the First Metli- odlst church was entertained by Mra Fret! Warren and Mrs H A Taylor Monday afternoon al the warren home. Osceola Society — Personal mint, Mrs. Vernon Wlnlon, Mrs. Vinlon's young son Vernon Jr., visits J. L. Driver jr., E. F. Ulomeycr Sunday Mr. spc.nd » inonlli llnrrls. Mr. and Mi's. Rd OS theii Hi itl Mrs. C. W. Clioppauiili iinil nn. C. W.. of riiie Bluff. Miss Oln fiol) Harris hiis «one Memphis (o Hh Mrs. Sylvia Sidney Harris, of Tupelo. Miss., ran the weekend here us 'Hie i:csl ol Miss Mary Blanche Gay. Mrs. Mary Philll|is Robinson and on. Holston. have relnmcd from three months stay In Forl iiillh as eiiests of Mrs. Robinon's daughter. Mrs. Charles W. plesby, and family. Mrs. John Fonncr and young on, Friinz, of Lima, O., HIT guests I Miss Mubel Hogan, Mrs. Fon- was formerly Miss Sclma hide of this clly. Miss Cora naldridRo hiis UK er eucsL tier sister. Mrs. Eddie •rower, of 1'arls, Tenn. Mrs. w. J. Knox has been ill t. her hoiiic on \Vainul street for vo weeksj. . . ^ :.... . ; Miss Dorothy •RnriyanX <& MeVn- ( his. is the liouscRHCEt of Miss elly McCulchcn for a week. Mr. and Mrs. ,ic.ssc M. White ave purchased the residence at 01 Easl Davis, owned by Mrs. is Freeman, and have moved Mrs. o. McOulchcn nnd In Osecolu. J. L. also has as his p.uesl for Ihe week John Warren, of Holly Springs, Miss. Betty nnd Frances will go from Memphis to Holly Springs for a visit with their grandmother. Mrs. Craft Mr. and Mrs. E. n. Bogan of j Liixora. both of whom hold promi- 1 nent ijcslions in the Order of i Eastern Star, attended a meeting of the Frances Ilann club at (he .... . Pcabody Hotel in Memphis Satur- More Ihan n hundred members day evening of Ihe Order ol limern Slur at-- w. n. Dycss. Arkansas FERA tended r. chapter meeting ni Os-, administrator,. Mrs. Dyess nnd ccoln Friday eveniiis when Iheirieir three children of ' Little elmplers at mylhevllle. Wilson Rock, spent the weekend h c' and llnffmnn joined Osccola as. They were guests of Mr Dvcts'' liosis nn the occasion of the an-'(mentis, north of Luxora. Mr. Oyers. accompanied by Howard Ick- onbnuni. FERA architect, spent most of the time on the new Dv- Olher grand olficers atlendlnt: j i?s colony at Marie mid i u the were Dr. Lloyd Tucker. Worthy! colony ofllce here. " " ' ' ' Mrs. 11. A. Behrcns two children left mini visit of the Worthy Grand Mai ron. Mrs. Luiila Connvcll of I'lnu Bluff. end Ornnd Patron, ol Monelle, Mrs.: Mr. and Frances Hogan of Luxora. Dlslrlcl Deputy Oriiml lecturer [or Hie Fifteenth DLitrlet, and Mrs. Lillian Alforri of lilytheville. Grand Martini. Each of the 'grand ofleers was extended honorary membvr- lew days ago lo visit relatives' in Jackson, Mo., before going to Chicago for n short sluy. They will to from there to St. Louis, 'where they will mnkc their home Mr. and Mrs. T. \\'. Potter have i their Euest. Mrs. Potter's sister, Mrs. w. R. West, of Erady- Inii5hler. Sara Ion. nre in Mem- ihlr. lodny. Robert Mcore. of Tup:lo. Miss pent Sunday with his sister. Mis Chester Nabors. mid family. _ Miss Florence liyers. suiieriulcn- of nursjs at the Blyllirvillc • ai. will leave today for n •acallen | 0 be spcnl in Wichita <ans. Mr. and Mr;. W. Owen Glue and Mr. and Mrs. Ropliic Marshall tvnl the weekend in liatesville Mk. Upon llieir return home they vcre accompanied by MLss Uuby Uluc who will be guesl of Mr. anil 'Irs. 7ilue. O.-cnr Haulaway is'spending lo- ray in Memphis. M. Teny jr., ] ms slnp In chajilcrs at Dlylhcville. \V7ison, Ilulfman and Ix:panto, and as tl'eir guest. Dr. Tucker was given ji certlllcale ' ut life memlX'i-shli) in these clmp- leis. Dr. Tucker had previously! 'Mrs. John T!. Miller has 're- been glvon life memberships -j n tinned from HUM. Ala., where ihe each of the oilier ten chapters of I "Itended a family reunion She Hie Fiflcenlh District. | was accompanied home bv hcr Tlic grand olficers were prc-1 iis ''''', Mrs. E. A. Miller of Wash- trnted gifis, both from thc chap- i "iflloii. D. c., who will visit here lers and from individual mem-!' 01 ' « short, time before leavine bere. A Eoelnl hour followed: the I ln spend the summer with her degree : work. Glemla Marie MftV:- ' dnuglitcr In Ffockyforrt Colo Mrs well, small daughter of Mr. and! MIII "'s daughter, Mrs I'aul'liairrt Mrs. Lee Maxwell, contributed sev-! of Dycrsbiirg. accompanied by her ci-al chiirmlng dance numbers. | small daughter, Joan, also have Guests at the Osceola meeting been 8»ests here the past week included Eastern Star members They were joined by Dr Bard from Lciinhrllle. Mom-tic. Lcpan- m ' c1 ' the week-end lo. Jonc^lwro and Chnffce. Mo.,' Robert Rhodes jr.. son of Min addition to those Jroin the host "_ 11(l Mrs. Robert C. Rhodes of rhajilers. Mrs. Annie Bunn, Worthy Matron of thc Osceola ehnp- tcr, presided. . fnyetteville, formerly of Golden Lakp - has been a guest Ihe rast : 'inip Kia Kinia. where he will si pone lo "ear Hardy. Ark., •pentl a month. Mr week of Dr. anct Mrs. c. M liar-" » • ' well. -Members of (he William Strong! Mrs. Charles L. Shonlz and h"r •liaplir. D. A. R.. of eastern Ar- smnll daughter. Mary Mar»iret :nnsas, jomneycd lo I'ulaski, • «'ho spent the pnst month °nere lenn.. lasl week to place a mark-! with Mrs. Shonlx' mother Mrs er on (he grave of William Strong.'Margaret Hale, have returned 'to revolutionary veteran for whomlthJir home In Louisville Kv ac the chapter is named. 1 companird by Mrs. Hale', who will Mr*-. C. a. Young of Crlllon-jJ'eiiiBin for a visit of several week' tlen county was in charfie of the! Mrs. n. w. Anderson and her ceremony with which the markeriaiin was placed. Osceola members attending were Mrs. Hugh Craig. Mrs. c. M. Harwell. Mrs. F. 1>. Jacob'; antt Mrs. Margaret. liar- biers. William son. Andy, who have j,pent icveral weeks her evlsiting Mrs Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. •J- T. Coslon, left Thursday to joir Sf ~ • - J • Strong Mr. Anderson In Mlddleboro, | Ky. They were accompanied by is the great, Mrs. Anderson's sister. Mrs. D;id- erandfalher of Mrs. D. M. Biggs'ley Lynch and her small son Diirl- nrramuanled there by his •.'.ireiit:,. Mr. and Mrs. E M T«r •y. who went up for thr wro it rm! Minei. Rodney I,. Banister novel Whi.e and Harry W. Hain-^ s; M: ir ycMerday in Memphis Chiirlr:, i' C1111 ,,. lr j K • m spent Hie weekend in '•idago. Aik. They were aerom- pamcd bad: by Mis. Wood;nn and "'Hclitn who IIMI been visit,,,:, ll-erc. Mr;, j. A. Kalibn and fnnnlv » returned from a .. V cek\ «(nv '" 11], |)r. salllra motored •I 1 for them. "id Mrs. .1. w. Do!cn and ••iv? moved to In- library wilment al 523 w. Main street. rs" H A OC Km| i r < ' b> Mr ' " Ilf1 Mlsj Marguerite Dclcn hr.s rc- .ii-oel from Jenrsboro where sh- -itcd fiienrtT f or several dnv- «.o!a Jurtae. and his S ist C] - ' M ',^ I"; 1 "- M , r ', a ' Kl Mr - ; -*Knrl Green Patty Ann, hnve Memphis where. of "•haptcr. Prorlor. who Ls legcnl of thc )=>' Jr.. who will stay for n . --. .. two I weeks visit. ' ' * I Mrs. R. V. Madden ol Osceola Mi.;. rr.niK Potter of P.iragould. '• was elected vice president fr>r Ar- wlid with hcr two sons. Rex and i:ansas of thc Cmtonsc"d Oil Mill Fri'.nl: Jr.. were guests of hcr Auxiliary at the animal n-re'tm" irnthi-r. Mrs. Aimer Driver, last i" Memphis Thursday and Friday* was complimented when: Misv.-. Marjorlc and lilla Mai- Harry Driver, and her duupli-! tha Doyle, accompanied by M-iral Mr,-;. Milton Pope mid Mrs.' Callaway, Jr., of Ulythcville l»fi '•I. Johnson, enterlaincd al Monday for 1-ern Clilf. n-ar I ntic tin- hiltT's home. , liorrk. where they will' attend' Mi' The aflernoon was enjoyed nil young profile's camp of th" I'res- •'.nlriicl bridge. Mrs. J. L. Driver' byferlan rhmrhe.; in Arkansn W. M. . offered prayer. I Pineapple diet-bet and cake weir .served thc 15 members present . Mrs. Marcus Kvrarrt will enter- t*ln the group on the third "Monthly In Jury. : *Mf«*er SVK. ' * . mnwl" 1 Mf3 ' Ilnlpl1 Tfplon ' ° r ' a daughter, who has been named Peggy wynn. -BMore her marriage Mrs. Tipton *as Miss Ernestine . ^o.hnscn, who resided here for a number of years. Dr. and Mrs. F. L . Husband and • an J. B.. liavr returned from a vocation, 'ihsy wrni tu Cleveland. O- wl,eic Tiv Tfu3b:ind attcndeS the America'. -.'.,:-al :i.voclBi;on'i annual ni--.:ij,. .,,,1 ,;.„,, .,., ,, (1 the fair at Chicago. Mint. Detroit ,t»rry Foster, Infant son recent-1 tf Klopted by Mr. ana Mrs. Olllc •.••.;MMer,--'w*c. given a shower Friday :. ...mtHNtn- by Mrs. J. C. Ell's anrt .." yjltec: Gcorfc W. Barham. ' "i/.'Jtll* .• Wff. *»• .'showered with :;.;-,'^'jjjjl^i.'fraa-the 25 ladle^ present! '• -"'it r lift ^ m.*nt -thp ift«m/v%n Vu»fn.«- becpin- scription. are careful in" every when niling your pre- ng only pure drugs and competent pharmacists. Fowler Drug Co. It. N. Hill J. M. Fouler Registered Pharmacists Spend Your Vacation And meet your friends al Ward's Slimmer Rcsorf ,- - Beautiful Camp Rio Vista Located in (lie Ozarks "Thc Land of a Million Smiles" Klo Vista is bulll in a n.iturnl torest on th? b.'nks of Spring River, consisting o! .12 acres with thirty furnished collage;. Running wa- t:r, electric liRhLs. Iiiel nnd linen fuinislied ivllh each cottase. Twj b n t h 1 n p baches, intlor boaU, ranoes. lar.jr double tennis courl. r).'acloi;s dancing pavllon. excellent cafe, cdjl iiiRhls, no rnosTfitoes. For l,i(cratiirc and itcservalions Wiitc or C;tH Camp Rio Vista llnrriv. Ark. FREE 2 Trips to the Chicago World's Fair TUESDAY, JUNE 19, 1934 2 FREE The Best Kind of Conducted Trip. Morrison Hotel. Dine at Terrace Gardens. Visit N. B. C. Studios. Included are Many Other Features Too Numerous to Mention Here. Only a Few More Days Left. Team Up and Work Hard. Patronize Merchants Listed Here. Work Hard and Win. Watch for This Outstanding Musical Attraction Mead •Clothing Co. The Fashion Shoppe Phillips Motor Co. Borum's Drugs Soun;^ Boy Bread Nabers and Nabcrs The Famous Store Joe Apptcb;ium Craig's Dairy Foster's Shoe Store Walpolc Electric Co. Dr. Pepper Bottling Company Hovey's Cash Market Guard's Jewelry Margaret Dccn Phillips Quick Repair Station Ark-Mo. Power Co. Robinson Drug Co. Miss Whitsitt's Shop J. C. Penney Co. Graber's Dept. Store Lee-Copfledge Motor Co. The Ladies Toggery Rosey's Grand Leader ] Phillip's Grocery and Market I. Rosenthal, Inc. Haynes Men's Shop 0. C. GANSKE Hudson Tailor Shop JIEDEL'S Bergcr's Shoe Store Jack Applebaum R. D. Hughe7& Co. J. C. Appleby Motor Co. Bell's Pharmacy Nell's Beauty ; Shoppe The New York Store Rustic Inn McMullin's Cash Grocery W. T. Barnett Auto Co. Green Beetle Cafe New Economy Shop Joe Isaacs> Inc. Everett B. Gee Sales Co. Shouse-Little Chevrolet Co. Attend The Ritz Regularly, Cool and Comfortable RITZ THEATRE, BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. Read the first chapter of Sophie Kerr's sensational story on (beginning; date). Beginning Thursday ID Courier News

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