The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 5, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 5, 1934
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MOfttftO BIATHEYILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 8, Social Calendar FRIDAY'S LYENTS identic Women's club hav- ptentc at home of Mrs James B.~CUrt, U A. U. Ufflw Bible clUE o[ First Methodist church meeting .with "~ Ert Hirdin, :» P. M. Mrs. The Mississippi County Junior and Intermediate B. Y. P. U. association's business B. Y. r. V. Mwtlnt been postponed from Sunday to Sunday, July 15, because o( mem bets attending the B. Y. 1'. 0. convention at Siloam Springs. The guest of his uncle. J. A. l.crch. and family. Among Ihosc Irom her? who r.t- tcndcd ihe dance ul llie Oscccla club Jiousc Tuesday evening \me: Miss Adah Uunavaul. George Henry. Miss Hazel Hardln. Mr. and Mix W, J. Wundcrllch, C. A. Cunnlnij- liiiiu. 1? B. Sloul. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Vollmcr. Mr. iiiul Mrs. W. J. Pollard. James 'IVrry, Farmer England. Mnx Loaan.- Harold Stcrnbcrg, Mv. anil Mrs, .1. p. Holland, Mr. nnd Mis. F. IV Joyiici. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saiidcfnr. Mr and Mrs. Kddle H. navld. Mr. and Mrs. llcrnnrd Gooch, I,?ruy llucl- (lleston, Mr. and Mrs. Kverctl Gee, Hill Affllck. Sin Hull, Miss Helen Scott Weds Kullmail Leachville Society — Personal 111 meeting will be held at llie. First Mr. and Mr:. i>.u O'llryinil :.j>cnl Baptist church at 2 o'clock In the |yesterday ul Current Hlvrr Ht-adi. a!t«rno0n. ' MKs Mary Virginia r:ni!ei nivl Leaders will give reports, based Bill Harrison have returned Irom en the eight point record system i^rn cliff, near Little Ilock, whore uhlle the Intermediate reports «b btsfd on the number of active B*ptlst members only. • • » T« AMren Democratic Womrn'i Clih FlUtjr they aUeiidrd a youiii! |x'o]iU''ii camp pj 1'icsuylerlan lor u week. Mrs. A. n. Holl.ind and children and Miss Jcnnnc Ilarrlsun huve rc- lurncrt from Rpclov whcio they vls- R. A. Nelson, head of Ihc HomciUcd relnllvcs for a short time. Workman, of Holland. Mo. Mr. Knllmun was, attended by Mr. Ciciald Chapnel, of Glendale, us bchl man. CAHUTHEHSVILM: MO -MISS I T11 ° 1)lldc is (hc S'° lm 8«st daugh- Itetai Kcotl. danglne,' nf Mrs My.- j £|| kn^"' here She if a ^du- Bcou of this-city. became Ihejulc of ihe local high school, fln- brldc of Mr. ifn itiillman ol oien-jWiina with tnc class of 1932. o'nle. Cal. In a ccrt'inony Mileinnl/-' The Rioom Is (lie son ol Mr. and fd lasi Tlnii>;dny. June '.'8, nl Hie i Mrs. Gcqige Kullmail, who reside homo ol Mrs. L. M. Slurkbrlilgc ul! "ear this clly. Uku his hiido. he niatidnlc. The licv. O. C. Hector, IKIS made this clly his homo all pastor ol ihe Mcjlliodlsl Church, his Ilk-, lie left licic several ju'iformcd the ceremony belnn-1months ago for California where members of (he family nnd lull- IK' Is now employed and where mule mends of (he groom. i they will make llii'lr homo. The liride wore a wedding gown! ' ——— ol while ITP|>P wlm llglil IliMiiv; lll( l"l Know Wife's Heal Name .slct'Vi'.s nnd Qiir-o.ii Anne lace col-! "ARCKl.ONA lUl'J —Mariano 'in 1 . She carried an aim Ijumiuci :H| "' cl - "' e( ' a s "" ' ol ' "livorce of while swccl pens. ; c ' ilu ' n B H">1 desplle llie lad that Her sister. Mrs. voris U'oik- nuii, of llulliitid. MIL. altcndlnj liei- us inatron of honor, was al- ined in a ilreii 1 ; ol yulhiw crejK' wcarliiB u corsage ol white um - " e llrl<t K " denliis. | 1VCVC 1111UT The bride was i;Kni tn jn:inlat;e , ' ' * r her Urolher-in-lnw. Mr. Voilsl Kciid Courier News want Ads. Miss Wanda Maiheiv.s visited frlemls and relatives In Lake City Lo»n Corporation In Mississippi county, will address members of the Blythevilte DemocrMlc Women's club Friday at the picnic meeting to be held nt the country home; of Mrs. James B. Clark, district chairman. Trw nwtting is to open at 11 o'clock. • Club. Has Picnic Supper, Members of the country club and a number of guests had a picnic supper last evening as the climax lo a Fourth of July cclebrallon ol goll contests In the Kttcmcon.' Mines. Harry Kirby, J. A. Leech and Eddie B. David nerc the committee in charge of arr,invemenl.s. A plcnc menu sss served on Ihe porch at 7:30 o'clock. Included in thc 100 present were these Irom out of the city: Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vinyard of Cape Glrar- deau. Mo., with Mr. and Mrs. Ever- «tt B. Gee, Mrs. W. B. Tanner nnd son, Jlmmle, of Helena. Mrs. Mary McGh»iia, of Memphis, who Is tlie ruest ol Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Fossick, Mrs. O. P. Moss of Jonesboro who Is Ytsttlnt Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby, D. Fred Taylor jr., Tom Hortda and James Cart-wright of Osceola, Mrs. t. o. Bycrlcy and son. of Leachvllte as guests of Drs .Car! and Edna Mies, Miss Rose Lou Cooke Of Luxora who is vlsllln? her sisters, Mrs. CUrtncc Vollmer and Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch, and Weidon Porter of Hllsboro, Tex., will Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech. G«aa M«ts. •Tb« : piUd 01 the. First Chrisllai church met with Mrs. B. L. Ded m»n Twsday evening when Mrs H. H. Cameron was program leader She was aa»lst*d by Mmes. CHfTon Joyner, Renkert Wetenkamp anc Ruel Cooper and Miss Leila B:ck Mrs. Dedman gave thc devollona In the social hour, a dosser course was eerred. I" . L'lCV inaii • Icar nd Ins v/lfe had been marrtet yciiis. lie never knew he He asserted ihnl lie did no mill recently that Ihc nani! wns not her rea Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Burke spent yesterday at Reeltoot Lake with Mr. «nd Mrs. W. B. Burke, of Pullon, Ky. Mr». J. S. Oesell has gone to Donnlphan. Mo., to spend several weeks with her sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. Neu Gesell, who accompanied her there, returned home last nlffht. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr. were In Dyersburg, Tenn., yesterday and today as guests of Mrs. Adams' parents. Mrs.' clarence sellers, who wa; stricken seriously 111 Monday nighl from acute indigestion, is now much improved. Vernon Wiggins has been cm pioyed at Warren, Ark., following his release from the CCC camp. Mrs."John Durham and daughter. Miss Virginia, Mrs. C. M. Baxter and Cecil Clark were in Clarkton. Mo., Tuesday for thc funeral of their uncle, Dee snow, who died In Hint, Mich. Mir. and Mrs. Herbert Pryor have returned to their home in fcbro after a brief stay with Mrs. Pryor's brother, Zal B. Harrison, and family. WeMon Porter, of Hillsboro. Tex u, who attends West Point, Is the Tom Mnhan Ims rci'iivrred Mrom an Mines.'; from malnrla. Mrs. Frcrt W. Belial* of Ilelen.i. -her slsler, Mrs. Hairy FjiBlcr ;in<l daughter, Evelyn, ol Cairo, ill., vis- lied here yestciday cnreule lo Helena from Cairo. John Mahan lefl yesterday for Atlanta. On., where he \vlll n'lleml summer school at Georgia Tech :il- ler having been out of school i^v- ral montl:s beraiuc ol Injuries re- ecelvftl In an automobile accident. W. n. Tanner nud Fred W. Schalz f Helena will come over Icxluy for !rs. Tiuincr and son, Jiiiimk', v\-|-.n nvc been visiting hero »nd ol 'rinceton. Ky. Tliey will lie ac- ompauicd home liy Chnrlrs Alllick r., who will bs ftelr guesl. Mrs. o. r. Moss Ls (lie uurst ol Ur. and Jfrs. Harry Kirhy and 'thcr Irleiuts. Mrs. Moss, wlio Is io-,v making he;- home In Jonesboro vilh Mr. MO« who i*, employed here, has rented her home, to Mr. ml Mrs. Allen lliidilleslon. Mr. and Mrs. Evercll H. Gee had s llietr gueiSs yeslerdny Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vinyard. of Cape Glrar- deau, Mo. Mrs. Mary McGhaliA. of Mein- ihls, is Iho guesl of her aisler, Mrs. Jlmmle Fossick, and Mr. I^ossick .his week. Jones Dunham, o[ Memphis, was .lie guest or Mr. and Mrs. .1. LTnssl Hasson and daughter, MlM Mai-gne- rite, yesterday. Mr. anil Mrs. J. I,. Gunrd and daughter. Molly, nnd Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Heaton spent tr.^ Pom-lti Hardy al Camp Hio Vistn. J. W. Adams Jr.. has accepted a position as cashier of ihe Bank of Lcpnnto which U bohijj moved lo that (own from Kelrer. Mr. Adnms who has t:cen bookkeeper at llie Farmers Bank and Trust Co, for five years, will be our of if.c young cst cashiers In tlio slaic. He wll assume his duties .Monday. Hi-, pi sllton here has been lillwl liy Joi Trieschinan, formerly comiei;lc< wllh llie East Avkansns Lumber Co Mrs. j. Nici; Thoniiis and Mrs Lute HuMiard have relnrned Irar n vfelt in llopkinsvllie. Ky. Ray Jnck'on. o[ Clncln'nr\ti O : the guesl of iclalives here. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle llendcr&o ntt son nnd M™. Henry Sulto •pent yesterday nt Bells., Teni vltli Mr. Hendersons moliicr Among those from here who a 1 ended the tarbprue at, L.,,, •estcrday were c. J. Little. Mr. an Mrs. Harry Atkins and Mr. and Mr C. II. Whistle. Miss Miriam guest, Miss Pine Bliiff Smllh lus us hor Rose Ciiolor Hollis, of •IVifc Subr, for r.\slor NEW BRITAIN, com,. , UP) _ Mrs. Nalaic Kkciardi. wile of (.he iwlor of Ilio i tallrl ,, Mjs ., ln n_ is inacert Ihc p?ir«i lunprneol. sWcs carini; (01 |,er lioustliold dii- "K an;] iuo r;:ilciri-n. she a ^ i" insloral c.ill-i. .sccrrtari-,1 wort: ami helping prrp.u- tlis Knntliu moa-;. ncccnliy |, cr Imstaiu" 5 '}«««J ••>» illack of laryngitis Jit!.. Rlcclardl siilKtllnlcd in llie pulp:l. DELICIOUS Hot Weather Si'ieciiils Served Daily HLACK CAT COFFEK SHOl'l'E Prices Hcason.iblc .Phone 106 Retain yaur charm in hot weather-- July and August Icmpetalurcs play havoc with thr tomi>kxicu nnd thc toifTuic. Now, mote tluu cvtr. llu-y ntcd thc catc of a compttcnt bfitillr- Itn. let os help you krrp rharia- Margaret Deen's Beauty Shoppe " '..-'". —Ingram BWg.— Save With Safety \ Whitman Candy Vor Suiniiior IV.innl Hritllr, in Viii'iiuni Tins - - .'i'.k- linril C'iinilv - - - - ~£M Minis 2r<i- (iuni Drops - - - - "u 1 Extra Sj)ecial Whitenioru ShtiCIi'an While Shoe Polish 2. r )c Viiliie 15c ShuMilk lite Pcechec Iflc Mexican Heat Powder Hull) Undley of Mr. ami Mrs. Hnlpli Gregory crc guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joljn cardcn Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Weliilwrg mid inlly spent Sunday in Corning | guests of Mr. and Mrs. (.iniicrl l Mr. and Mrs. Nathan - port to Miss Tuchcrman. Mrs. D. Htnndenmayer and Mrs. Ji-sse Ileallicofc spent Friday In Paragould. Mrs. Alice Ue of Blythevlllc has returned hoi|ie after spend- In;; a week with her daughter, Mrs. Uoyd Smith. llr. and Mrs. I!. 1). Robinson spent Frlclny In town as guests ol Mr. and Mrs. 11. D. Aiulln. pin money, Joseph Buisson, miner, )[ Noyant d'Allier, has captured or killed 2,500 vipers In three years. Rector Man Called to Hayti Pastorate Catches Vl»«rs for Pin Monejr ,'riie slate pays 25 centimes « !:e«d, MOULINS, France. (UP) -For j the Pasteur Institute three franc's lor each live reptile. Pre-pasteurl*- ed. miner Buisson hunt* with bare hand*. Bleln- ] IIAYTI. Mo. - The Rev. Mr. j Franks, of ol Rector. Ark., has C. Tiilley, p'jr.toi | In'rii called lo the pastorale of the church, attended , Iwal Hautlsl church. He will sue- on of Ihe coiinlv j i-tcd the Rev. J. H. Conipeie, who which ini'l lii|Mrepteit a iiabloiale at Coining ! Ark. Rev. l-Viinks preached at the moriilnj; services Sunday. He will blait his regular services llie third Sunday of tills monlli. Until he cuiiH'!, Rev. W. c. Scott, of Ingram nid«e. former pastor of the local cliurch. will preach. Tlie Jlcv. A. • the UaplM 10 rrgulnr stt-Mim aster's ii:KC<;lal:oii sceola Monduy. Mr. anil Mis. nob Uilcn imrtj uuglitoi 1 . Patsy Anno, will spend Vedncbday In Thayer, Mo., vlsll- K Mrs. Ehlen's motliri. | Miss I'ntsy H(:indenmaycr Icit lorxlay lor Arkadelphiu where she vill spend u few days iviih Jnmnr ietitdoii who Is visiting there. Ue- oie reluming home J'alsy and will visit Mr. ami Mr.-,. Vilinor Merclianl nt Hot Springs. Miss Lois Williams lias leluin- (l home Irom Tnckcrniaii \\-\wrr ihe intended llie wertdliie ol her ousin. Dr. Joe Williams of New- .-ion Died Breaking Law VERSAILLES. Frmice (UP) — Minn-Ice Gautliler. 35, section hand Ir.tlur ol four, broke llie law b> bathing in a reservoir at Verneull Emerging, he brushed high-leu- wircs, was stunned, drowned NOW OPEN J. F, Livingston's New Store Located Across the Street From the Old I'ostofficc Look all your specials over and conic In see nit' before you buy. My operating expense is small compared to other business houses. I o\vn my own building, newly painted, new lixl tires and shelvini;. A much nicer place than m'y old location. 1 do a furnish business and own farms to liacl; me. I buy all of my feeds and (low direct from the factory in carload lots and also buy the bulk of my groceries direct, so I can save you money where others can't. I also have delivery to your cars, wagons or your homes. Your patronage will be greatly appreciated. J. F. LIVINGSTON I'hone 881 In our now, modern store directly across street 's' Cash Grocery and Liberty Grocery It's Smart to Be Thrifty RABER' DEFT. STORES s S.S.S. Summer Blood Tonic $1.13 Stillmans Freckle Cream Alcohol 13c Quinine 99c CastpriajeMuiiic Fletcher J. and J. Red Cross Talc Pepto Bismol For Summer Com. 50c Richest Chocolnte Frozen Fudge Ever Made Red OOc Lysol Miss. Diarrhea Cordial lOc - 39c Absorbine Jr. Tobaccos Piiin-e Albi-rl lOc I'n ion Lender, 2 for ISc Kile, (i for - ... 2f>e liitglcr, (i for - - - 2oc Velvet I He (.'(iiinlry (lent, I) for - 2">c 900 PAIRS WHITE SHOES Including Pumps-Straps' Ties-Oxtords Are Offered in A Great July SALE Offering Unequalled Values in Ladies Shoes FiulduiiuJ/cgetable Coiupoundjjc Adlcrika (Slovers Mange Remedy Head Off Malaria and Typhoid Typhoid Viiccme $l.flp Sec Your Doctor Today Crovt'S Chill Tonic - .'Utc BGG Chill Tonic - - :!9c Nnsh Chill Tniiii- - S'.lc Sodium Perborate, 4 Ip'ami Tooth Paste KIRBY'S Main at Second Main at Broadway Now Located ion II agree it's really a snle when Craher's REDUCE PRICES on their* shoes. Regularly and consistently offering the best values in Footwear, they now offer something extraordinary. Styles and size ranges unusually complete. Values To S2.00 from Ladies' Chiffon HOSE Chiffon or Scrvlcr, Weight Clear, sheer Chiffon or Service Weight, full fashioned liosc that will wc-ir and wear. All new I hades, of course, and biHIeve u> when HC say the value Is uiieqmt- Ifrt at S9c When is the time fo wear White Shoes? Summertime, of course. Here at the opening of July, you have three full mouths in which lo wear these shoes. Whiles in nil leathers ami fabrics. Sizes 2^ to 8; AAA to C. All style heels. Values To S2.50 Regular $3.50 Val. 1 .77 Mendenhall Chill T. G!)c Atabrinc Sl.3',1 Special Showing-Special Prices In These New Crisp, Cool Voiles In Beautiful Prints As Well As Other SUMMERY Included also arc Piques—Plain n.nA-Priiilcd—Uatir.tcr, and Organdies. They come in all cool styles and the sizes are complete from misses lo extra sizes. Each K rol| l' <>ITers special bargains

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