The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 24, 1934
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PACT TWO BLYTHEmiJG, (ASK.) QOURIEtl NEWS Social i Calendar • '. WEDNESDAY'S : Women of church of Christ b»Ting Bible study meeting wllh Mrs. Newi McLeod, 2:30 p.m. Dufhter Born. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Ooi'S, of Osceola, announce the birlh of i daughter Saturday evening al the home of Mrs. Gore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Oakes. The baby, who wciglis six mid three- fourths pounds, has b;en named Donna Sue. Before her marriage, Mrs. Gore was Miss lone Oakcs, of this city. • • • Mtetourv Society Meets - The woman's missionary society of the Yarbro Methodist church held the monthly social meeting «t the home of Mrs, L. Wheeler. • The regular program was car rled out. In a grab bag sale, $3.ii was'netted for the treasury. •- The 45 present included several visitors among which were the Rev. and Mrs. Hobnail, of Uell Mrs. Wheeler was assisted In serving by her daughters, Mrs. Ronej Lambert, Mrs. Ethel Brock nnd 1 Mrs. EIra Wheeler: Bib oj . '"i • •. Mostly Personal Tulle HeiyhLfins Glamor of Siiminer Evening Gowns re vis ?, Mo Edgar Hsrrick has returned from a two weeks vacation spent Colorado Springs, Col., where h- was guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Gordon Herrick, and In Drumiight Okla., where he visited Mr. ana Mrs. Lloyd Rogers. . Caroler; Wood Is visiting her cousins, Icky and June Fletcher, •t-'Basselt. •'Allie Sue Fletcher, of Bassctl Is v-Lsiting her cousin, Minnie Uuth Wood, at the home of her gr.ind- mother, Mrs. J. E. Wliltnorth. Mrs. J. E. Whltworth Is Improving alter a week's Illness because , of an infected foot. Miss Bernice Heed, teacher hi the - Armorel school who Is spending the summer in Litlle Rock with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard R*ed, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. w N. Williams Sunday. .Mist Francise Rosenthal has .returned from a visit In Memphis. Mrs.,.Allan' Walton will go lo Memphis Saturday to visit her grand daughter, Virginia moots, while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Berry B. Brooks, arc attending the . fair in Chicago. Mrs. S. S. Sternberg and daughter. Miss Helen Alice, were in Memphis yesterday. Mrs. A. M. Butt and daughter, Miss Sue, went to Memphis yesterday and will return this altei- noon. They are guests of and Mrs. Farnsworth Black. Mr. and Mrs. Z. Jiedel are itlng relatives in Portagevllle, lor a few days. Mrs. Hillman Bobbins and son have returned to Iheir horns Memphis after a week's stay MR. Rohbins' grandmother, Mrs John P. Sanders, and family. They were accompanied home by and Mrs. Allen Huddhston motored on to Brinkley, Ark., fn the week-end as guests of Huddleston's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hnrdln and daughter, Nancy Lou, S. T. Har- <lln, Jr., and sister, Mrs. Champ Kimterlaln, of West Plains, Mo., have gone to West Plains for week's camping trip. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Henry. Hugh Henry, George Henry ana Miss Ada Dunavant are expected to retif.n home today from Ho;i- kinsville, Ky., where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Hugh Henry, who died batiirrtny afternoon at a Memphis hospital. Adolph CraHon, who was stricken seriously 111 last night, was removed' to the Memphis Baptist hospital this coining. .Ho •ccompanied by his brothers, Rupert and Jim. end the nurse. Mrs. 'Tom Martin and daughters, Miss Virginia, nnd Mr: Ruperl Crafton and children, hav returned from a week's flay wllli relatives In He;i>ni"io. Miss. Misses Annie Morris and Wlni- Jred Thomhill, of Charleston, w. Va., are guest! o : Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris and family for several days having v.:otored down. Hiss here, Department of Education of Wesl Virginia. • George R. d'Mkelt, formerly of bfie and now of Cspe Girardcc".. Mo., is attending to business hei; tccay. It Is probable tha', Mr.] end Mrs. Crociiit and Mrs. Crockett';, mother, Mr^. Margaret II Minor, will return to Blythcvitle or- some nearby point In southeast Missouri, to make their hoins. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crattbn »nd children, Jim and Adolph Cnfion, have relumed fro-ii Sprlngdale, Ark., where SO mr.-i- bers of the Crafton family had n nonion- during, the week-end • \-tOa Mtrgueritt Dolan returned tone yesterday from Birmingham Wad-MeBphte where.she has been * vttUag relatives and friends for MVCTml days. Mt» 'Sue Dolan has returned home from Horseshoe, i*ke, where . l^t'.WM :toe 'gue*t- of Ml* Ophelia - BDOC&'.'' '-•-'.-•* ' ' w !;.'Mif».iJ. T. .H«ll p.-.Tit Saturday . ta MnnphU with )-cr daughter, . Jto. :W.' H. Houston u «ad Infant I IDd Qsceola Society — Personal Morris. *ho formerly lived Is now counseled with $1,000 A Week' It's Up to the Women BY MRS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVEL'l Brightening the Talents cepi over ths week-ends, and the typo of books Hint tho children cove of clothes nnd room, nnd given certain tasks in the house to (he early Gchool years ol young to the Idea Hint they Imvc work In Ihe worlii, they will find association with other sounu \:x- • mm apllliulcs which ll\e chili :!D ensier and take up their re- j may have. The child mav lov: In considering n child's school- Ing, ts sure to consider nuy n.\l- :i:onsibllltit;5 in life intniltely more music talent make lion for or art. find while the; will not be sufficient :o It n jnofcsslonal occupa-i liuure, he should than if they leap straight homo wheve tvciyltnnj ins been done bv incilicr nnd la- ment where they must depend on velop this talent so that he nmy more appreciation cl beauty mid achievement in these nrls, and :choo), the altitude of Hie parent i which may briny; a great deal of i:lc-asure if no nctual financial remuneration. Seme childien have a gift for languages, and if you discover that, they sho:i!d Ix; allowed to develop it as much - as possible lor it may be of grsal value lo them laler on in life. All par- should remember Hint mcd- aie ensactd in tlieir lira rcspji: siule piece o? worl; School i;. icr \vork is fci~ th?ir mothers. For th: imie being It is their lask in tho be close co-o'jpiatMni between home and thu school 50 lliat iii'.r- ein innjuascs arc best learned by lilt!e chilrirjn. for (h:n (hov childnn and co-c;-.fia'.c with them .earn them entirely years, live-year-old Shirley Tem- gct Ihe best jears. For this as they learn to knnv: by instinct pie. curly-haired baby actress reason or n'member her parents, Mr. end Mrs. Oeorg iu!es of grammar. The niiring their schcol is I',oi3lble for the language Is i Ircm the Fox studios. youth. BDine more to Mrs. T?mple for coxchin teachers to get toaclhrr and the girl. Shirley Is shown applying on acquiring new l.inj on ceitain thlnes for the chlUlrcn uajii-s all (hiough their live are cxc.'unoiial cas:s. have slivays been thankful is regular houis for coln^ to bid. Miss Ester Counce that French wns almost n.Ulve tongue to tn" -I of Leachvilie Die TUESDAY, JULY 24, DAN THOMAS — GEORGE SCARBO Five young ladiss, members t the Baptist Young Women's assd- elation, who spent the week-end at Fern Cliff, Ark., attending the Y. W. A. camp, were specially Invited guests at tha Royal Service meeting of the Baptist Woman'c Missionary union Monday afternoon and gave Interesting 1 tails on Fern Cliff camp. They were Mrs. John Lance, counselor, Mlssc? Joycj Tompklns, Mary Alice Stephens, Ethel Jones ' and Helen Tcole. ' The meeting was held at the home o! Mrs. Cooper Driver with 2»' /aemterc present. The subject of ,Ule lesson was America's Real Heroes. , • . * • Circle A o[ the Methodist Women's Missionary society mel Monday altarnoon at the home of Mis. A. S. Kogers wllh 21 members and visitors present. Patches were ripped from an apron, covering bfierlnss of silver, and the apron yielded $14.75, which will be ussd for', local tociety purposes. Mrs. Paul Brown was awarded -a prize, -for sewing u'l llic .neatest patch'.} : * * ';-rv» . Mrs. Anna Springfield and Miss Jane Springfield of Memphis are guests of Mrs. G. -li. Seg'raves today. Nelson Segrnves, who Is aUcnd- ing school at West Tennessee Teachers college, Memphis, spent the week-end wllh his parents, Mi. mid Mrs. a. B. Segraves. Dr. and Mrs. C. M.- Harwell. Miss Nell Hhodes and Miss Culh- jrinc Vlarweii lefl Sunday for a motor trip to Brcvard. N C., where they will spend n week wllh Mai- lory Harwell, who is a counselor al Gump Sapphire. L. B. Harwell will visit during their absence with his son al Bells, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cartwright have as their guest.-, Misses Linda and Catnerlne Wiles ol Lilllc Rock. Mrs. John Lance, counselor, Misses }.<(iry Alice Stevens, Ethel Tones and Helen Teole, membra of the Baptist • Y. W. A, accompanied Mrs. P. E. Tompklns, young peoples' leader of the Jjaptlst church, to the Y. w. A. camp at Fern llff, .Ark., for the weekend. . • • ., ... Nancy .Burr, "small grand daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Thrailkill, is seriously ill of colitis and typhoid fever at Baptist hospital, Memphis. Mrs. Thrailkill is with her. Howard Timms Is in Marine hospital, Memphis, where he is being treated for an infected foot. Mrs. Timms spent the week-end with him. returning home Monday Marjorie Doyle is in Jackson, Mo., spending the summer wilii her grandparents', Mr. and Mrs Geo. Wood. ' Service* Held Saturday for LeachviUe Child I LEAC11V1LLE, Arlt.-jame, Albeit Talley, small son of Rev. one! Mrs. A. C. Talley, died Thursday, died Thursday night at the horns of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralnwaler. in Paragould. He had been 111 for some time with malaria but his condition was not considered serious until a few hours before his death. The funeral was. held Saturday, following arrival of his father, who had been holding a revival | meeting in Oklahoma. Filly times more eleclrlc power I Is used by American manufacturers than al the beginning ol the c3n- | tury. A Massachusetts florist developjtl a plant that produces potatoes on its rcots and tomatoes on its stalks | at the same Urns. vas taken to the Blylhcvillc hos- >ital Sunday afternoon. She will be there a week for treatment. Funeral services were held al layli Sunday for Harry Smothers, 19, son of Mr. anil Mrs. Hubert Smothers, who died Saturday at the home of his aunt, Mrs. ;ille Palmer, at Hayti. He and is parents arrived here last Tuesday from St. Joseph, La., and he was taken sick immediately. SiJfX CtoJSie * O* OF -ME fen SUCCKSFul- GCCESM KTKSSSS5 KJ3 SUITED Ad MCME CHrfuts GXUS. =i BOOH 6ASEDO1 K£ r x _ ~ FB2IEVC6S ill RciyCES M oaruBsrAef, he niythsvillc' hospital and was aken to the home of her father, i!r. Dsl'riest. on Highway 61. south of Sleele. Mrs. Jim Roberts, of Ccoter. Leachville Society — Personal Armoiet were guests Sunday Mi 1 , and MrsT Homer OvaiUliam. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis had Mrs. Ciidd Norlon of East Prairie as their guest this week- Mrs. Bertha Paul of Marmadiike, Ark., is visiting her sister. Mrs. Alva Roberts. • |i|,t| Mrs. Nola McCord of Paragoiild s visiling Mrs. Lon Driskell. Mr. and Mrs. Akland Hanks nave as Iheir guest their niece, ol SL is. the former Miss Lavene Hanks of here. Oliver Finney has relumed to his home at Holland after a two weeks visit with relatives here. Julius Grantham and J. C. Coffman are visiting at Armorel, Ark. Young Is nd Mrs. school son. who have been in ti:.t hospital in Mrmphis. retained [ Tl1 '-'"' .'>»ve teen tn their home In Tunica, MUs. Sunday. . Mrs. J. T. Phillips and son. Murray, of Clilcago, are visitim: Mrs. Phillips' mother. Mrs. Helen niythi'. nnd Mrs. C. E. digger,i ls °' vit and family. I i 1 ' 0 many Mrs. Louise Chapman nnrl Mrs.' 1 " which rhcii it has made understanding = , LEACHVILLE. Ark .-Miss Este friendship njth other people 1 Counce. 22. daughter o? Mr. am which would hav; been Mrs - J:lcl! Counce. died Thursda Steele-Cooter Society — Personal Miss Leslie Ozment became tho ride of Mr. Thomas Young in a eremony performed Saturday ai- einoon by l«2 Rev. Mr. Ccpe- and In his home at Cooter. Only ntlmate frlsnds attended. The bride. Is the daughter of Sir. and Mrs. T. Ozment. who ive on the Jack Phillips farm near here. She Is a Junior in he Cooter hi?h school. Mr. trie oldest son of Mr Jlru Young of Coo'.tr nid Is a graduate of Ihe Cooter ilgh school, where lie was an out- stanrllnj athlete. They will maKe their home on a farm near Coote.". A party In honor of Mr. and Mri.--.Young was given Saturdav n'ght by Mr. Young's sister. Miss Virginia Youn^. f, ; -* • * Plans are underway lor an all day service and ^dinner Sunday in dedication of ..'the Tyler Baptist church. The affair svill be held on the church Everyone Is Invited. Mrs. Texas Webb and granddaughter. Iska. Mis. Theltert Bishop and son. Larry. Mr. and Mrs Waller Webb, and Mrs. Mary Barnett have returned from Bedford Ind.. where they went to aUcr.c the funeral ol James Houston Webb, who was killed at an asphalt mixing plant of the Road Resurfacing company of Bloomington, Ind. Mr. Webb, who formerly lived at Cooter. Is survived by his wife, four children, his mother, a brother, and three sisters. Miss Mildred Geslring has re- Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Gregory spent the week end in Corning as guests of Mrs. Gregory's mother, Mrs. G. S. Stanfleld. Mr. and Mrs. Erington Piclcens end daughter, Jeanette, of Jonesboro, were guests of O. J. Moore and family Sunday. Among those from Leachvilie who attended the funeral of Baby James Talley at Paragould Saturday afternoon were: Mrs. John Bearden, Mrs. Fred Fisher, Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs. G. W. Blshoff, Mrs. Roy Thomas, Mrs. Fred Alex- lander, Mr. and Mrs. Will Fields, Guaranteed Treatment For Tender Stomach) Dr. Emll's Adla Tablets bring quick relief from stomach pains I between meals due to acidity, in-1 digestion and heartburn. If noy your money is lefunded. KirL:T Bros. Drug Co. —Adv. M/ 8>^ ^1 fc An en'iyme from peal found in the cranberry bogs of New Jersey immunizes animal life against one form of pneunjonla of the lungs. _ . . . Positive Relief for MALARIA! Sure End to Chill* arJ Fever! Here's resl relief for Mal°iia— Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic Quickly It stops the chills and fever and restores your body to comfort. Many remedies will mere. ly alleviate the symptoms of Mai- Mr, and Mrs. Walter Skinner, Mrs. aria temporarily, but Grove's Taste- Buck Gwyn, Mr. and Mrs. Albert l£ ss Chill Tonic goes all the way Steed, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Vaught. and Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Moore of Manila. Miss Dena Weinberg has returned from a week's visit in Pine Bluff with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph "ribbons Jr. Norman and Everett Kennett ipent several days In Little Rock and Hot Springs last week. and completely rids your system of the infection. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is a real corrective of Malaria lie- cause it contains two things. First tasteless quinine which kills the Malarial infection in (he blood. Second, tonic Iron which helps overcome Ihe ravages of the chills nd fever and fortifies against fur- Mi, and Mrs. G. A. Hipp, of tller attack. Play safe! Take Batesvllle, spent Sunday with Mr. i Grov e's Tasteless Chill Tonic. It and Mrs. N. J. Hipp l now comes In two sizes—50c an:l •--- "" •"-- "1 size contains 2'i limes chville!" rallcn as the 50c size and give I you 25 <t more for your money. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Eaker, ofj sli The ** :slden. Mo., visited in Leachville as miK:h a iturdav. l>'ou 25<t Mi Saturday. Roland Grsen. candidate for county treasurer, was in Leach- vilie Saturday. The Rev. Sam Wiggins, presiding elder of the Jonesboro district, will deliver the sermons at a revival meeting which will open August 5 at the First Methodist church. Twenty-five members of llic World club of Ihe Methodist church, accompanied by their leader. Mrs. John Bearden, and Itev. and Mrs. J. \v. Moore, enjoyed a picnic supper at Bryant's Grove Friday evening. Get bottle today at any store. —Adv. 15 DELICIOUS Hot Weather Specials Served Daily BLACK CAT COFFEE SHOPPE Prices Reasonable on tne Gulftomi MINIMUM RATE PER WEEK E5eh. DoubU S22.SD Per Wtik Each. Ein|l« MEALS INCLUDED lot- Daily Raits Spend a pleasant, economical vacation at the Coast'; most popular hot.-l— The White House, where ceo], silt breezes blow and every outdoor sport is available. Bathing —ben on tlie coast—off our thousand foot pier. Dancing —in our open beicli. pa- Tennis —two, fast, double clay courts at the water's edge. Go/j —sporty 18-dolc course. Horseback-riding —twelve miles of picturesque bridle paths. Fishing— boats, bait and tackle available at our pier Boating —daily excursions to tho Islands. Especially-equipped playground for children. Write or wir. for reservations. JOHN T. WHITE, Manager mug for most'children j osis necessity and there lra3 Braduntlnc class of > of monunl work| vi "e high school, chlkl can express'. The funeral was hpld at th the J. Nick Thomas arc Guests of Dr.] clcatlvc instinct which .is. one ofjliaplist church Frlttny. wllh L. W. and Mrs. Lcroy in Memphis lor a [ few days. Mrs, Charles Crlgger. 'jr.. Mrs. C. W. Garrigan. and Mrs. w. N. Williams spent SavW.rtay in Memphis. • Mrs. T. S. Williams is visiting vital nccrssiUes in; ff'chool. | Vaughl In charge. Interment 'was An appreciation of nhliire something which Forrest Cily. .choufrl ordln- f s ' lc Is survived by licr parents ' . - arily think every child would .ic-' 11 sWrr. and two brothers. hy liimself. Till- We on irivp nil .11: not children very jrcal enjoyment and knowl-! relative.'! in Bradford. Trim., ior' cd B 1 ' which v.ili make try n much more Inter? a week. Mrs. Wcs Gay nnrl rims, Godwin " ir 'h!>m, if we and Marion, are spending f.rvrr.d days in Dyersburg, Tenn. ..udlcy nrigham. of Slnrkviilc, Miss., Is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs N. W, Brigham. on the Barn eld road. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Meyer and ton, : Carrol jr., of Eudora, Ark., who liave been \lstting Mr. and Mrs. Walter, have' gone to St. Louis. They will return here! creased froi Sunday. JC75 in 1932. the coun-j stlne plm'o ' lake the iroiihip to see (hat they learn about birds nnd animals and ilow- cis nnd Irccs in early youth. NUXT: i;nlUI the Teacher's Aid. (Copyright, 1933, by Anna Eleanor ncoscvclt; distributed by United Feature Syndicate, Inc..) Trnnrsscr Hen l.iirl llu»c l-5» UROSS PLAINS. Trim. a;p)— /in ambitious hrii. Ix-lonpin;; ID Fanner Jtlchmond Jcrnlsan. laid an esi( which measured nliv! imd rt.e-halt inches around the - long way and «v«n and nr,"-rniarter Indus In clrciiinfrrcncc. When tl:c tr.oiiflcr cgs was broken' an- cthrr of normal size and dcvclop- i.icnt was found insiric. Autcniobilcs In u from 10,300 1 A new sjnlhclie oil or lubiica'nl. "gypt In-', especially adapted for airplane and i to 27,- ether motors, has been discovered I In oW-fashloued paraffin. vlsll with her parents at Cooter. Misses Josephine Holly, liuby Barker. Marilyn Bass, Uorlhca Slill nnd Alice McU.inlel. and Mrs. Shelly Sliles. Jr.. returned Ealurday night aflcr a months visit al Camp Rio Vista, Hardy. Ark. Jerry Holly drove over for bem. Mines. Clco Hatred, Ueb Uciu, [Julli Unwhon, eliarlcs Dmr, ami lames Phillips arrivrd Sunday nlghl af(.;r a week s visit to the Chicago fr.h. They also drove inta Cnnnda and vlsllrd Nlagarn F.ills. Mr. and Mrs. N. Jolmson are al home for a few days visit. They arc spending Ihe summer at Hardy, Aik. Mrs. D. W. SjKiiccr and children, Jackie. Helen and Millie, of Washington, D. C., arrived Satu day for a Iwo moiillu visit with relatives. Mr, SjK-ncer will live September 1. Mrs. Henry Flowers was returned here Sunday morning from Bragg City News Gardner-God rlard Miss Ola Goddard and Mr. Oscar Gardner were united in marriage Sunday. July 22. They will make their home in Arkansas. » * * Misses Edilh Colfman and Mary Mangum spent last week at Armo- icl. Ark., with friends and relatives. , • Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Samples and children were and Mrs. Rojcce itay afternoon. - -. — Ocorgc ts refurnishing the entire house for my birthday—and I so! ( ! nil !hc oM furniture for lota more than I expected to get, through thr. classified columns" of COUKIKK NKWS. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Downing of FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE DEPT.

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