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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB. (ARK.) GOUR1BB NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 6, 1931 Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Church of Christ having Blb'.e stud}'' with Mrs. E. D. Baker, 2:30 P. M. Given Bridge Parly. Misses Winifred Goodrich and Mary Grace Hill were given a surprise • bridge party Saturday evening by Mrs. E. A. Gcodrlcli and daughter, Miss Dorothy, te- cause It was ihsir birthday. The affair was given al the Goodrich home which was decorated in mid-summer flowers. Handkerchiefs were given the guests of honor. An Ice course was served. Son Born. Mr. and Mrs. N. 13. Menard announce the birth of n son Sat urday nlEht at the Blytheville has pltal. The baby, who weiglis el?hl |x>unds, has been named Don Hale. Bits oj Neics Mostly Personal Head ol the Class Homer Smith Jr.. has returned to Parugould alter spending th week with Hal Moore. Belly Jnne Easlcy is 111 al tin home of her parenls, Mr. and Mrs W. H. Easley. Miss Jeanne Dlllahunly, who ha been 111, is now belter. Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Craltor and children will move lomomn to the residence owned by J. Louis j Cherry on Kentucky ave.. former-' ly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Vail, who arc moving to Ihclr home on the Bnrflelil road. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Osburn, who lived in the Vail home, have mken Ihe C. W. Rnmey borne on Wesl Main st., where Mr. and Mrs. Fij;d Rutherford lived before buying ' their home on the Barfiold road. Mrs. Lily Stsk, who Has been ill a week, Is now better. Mrs. J. K. Sariain, of Memphis, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott B. Sariain for a week at their home, 133 W. Kentucky Ave. Osceola Society — Personal Miss Donita York of Sedulta Mo., who has been a frequent visitor In Osccola, where she has many friend:, was quietly marricc 1 lf\ Mr n lUllltomc f\t «4a n .^U^c the It's Up to the Women BY MBS. FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT several days with her new granddaughter. Brevard, N. C., where five Osceola boys have been attending Camp Sapphire for several weeks, and which has attracted Mississippi county youths for a number of years, hus become a mccca for vacationists from here. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Harwell, Miss Catherine Harwell and Miss Nell Rhoades returned Saturday after spending a week there with their son, Mai- lory, who Is one of the camp counselors. Mr. and Mrs. Juraesj D. Driver and their two children 1 The subject matter which I have .,.. and Mr. and Mrs, C. J. Lowrance treated in the foregoing article;! cider-'. people A' Jr.. and their small son, Charles has been covered before in nf III., left Sunday to spend two ailiclcs and speeches which Ijfereri^dijs weeks at Brevrnd. have mitten and given, and I ain|ditiqiv5~''facJi Mrs. Ben Butler and her two 'not vain enough to suppose that jtion' but lf'farnU1e* v li?*p ! .t«5ir."lov : e children, Ben jr., and Gene, are '"«"'>' o!ller . P e °Ple have not cov-1 and affection for each 'gtbw, and accomplished many thlnfs by working through the raen when they hardly knew they ime 'influenced. I do not mean lor a minute that jwe should go back to the Ideas of that generation or that, . wom;n should return to the old status. 1 jam merely pointing out tl]at wo- linen, whether subtly or vociferous- 'ly, have always been a tremcnd- '•o\is power in the destiny 'of the •world and with so many of them now holding Important posilions . v "•• w «-and receiving recognition and the respect of the men as well as the members of their own MX, It seems more than ever that in, this crisis, "It's Up to the Wo- and Whitehaven, Tenn., at home fo her aunt, Mrs. S. M. :MI . Hodges, and Mr. Hodges here Sal- 1 iirclny evening. in Morrltton for a visit with her Clc[ l il ' ar teller than I have. But;\vill try lo be tolerant''ari'd under- .sister, Mrs. Middteton Semmes and I" tllc course ol a varied life, I.standing of each other's problems, jluive found that some things may R. C, Branch of Pecan Point, J. l)0 treated in many different ways 1 F. Tompklns of Burdettc nnd Mr. <""' th; 'l wi " 'PPeal to one person and friends who attended the quiet ceremony. The guests j n - • eluded the bride's parents, Mr. i and Mrs. P. C. York, and her bro- Ihcr, Melvln York, all ot Eedalla. the groom's sister, Mrs. D. E. Stotts. his sister-in-law, Mrs. O. L. Williams, . and her daughter, Mary Cnrollr.c. all of Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. n. M. Slovall, their (touchier. Surah Jane nnd small son, Robert, of Blylhcvillc. The wedding inarch HES ad opportune tirs for mixing with a great many in the enct,_J think our civilization will not suffer,;-The only safety-thai any indi-i" vidual has is his own -' character and you cannot make any one person's future secure unless you secure the future of all. It is important that women think (Copyright. 1933. by Anna Eleanor Roosevelt; distrivutcd by United Feature Syndicate, Inc.! people in a great many parts of bc , ! '°" d thc merc ! nomen ] throueh the svorld and no one can do this wlnch svc are 1>ass '" s luld ilc< l uainl The Chribl Ambassadors of llic Awembly of Gort church met Sun- ciny evening. The class look an examination without being forced to iliink oul a certain philosophy of living. In tlirse articles I hope I may have ^ivcn Ihe interest to other women !io think out for themselves the passing and acqui themselves with all phases of life and conditions In our own conn- try. I think we shall have fulfilled our mission well if when our time comes to give up active work Maklnr, Re-blocking & Trinunin; Hits We can make your old hats like new. Steam blocked ioto any new Stile. Mrs. II. G. Whlham - Besb Hall I AI Our Residence 611 West Main - - Phone 280 things they wish lo achieve us the m ( , refill of our civilization in this ,, t ), t u ; Tneve. in.eniionaUy ,el° „,. ... ! inihnpplnesj where n little effort What kind of world do they would have turned it into happi- rn accessories, i Luke. Immediately following the cere-1 Thus cluss Glaodys Sivarilioul. American opera singer, wears the type ol brim- mony Mr. Williams and his bride • evening at 7 p. m. and all your)' 1 ' ™' 1 to thclr ll meets each Sunday j In spite of everything, it is the mcd hat thai every college girl needs in her cnwpsis «aidrobc. it's of ™ a to thclr llorn , c at la beige fell wilh n creased crown nnd a l:and ol dark brown grosginin. An^ist^s'for a molor lr! [loll, Aik., is the houscguesl of ,ier cousin, Carolee Wood. S. P. I ughlers, lo Ihclr home at 1904 Linden ' ! people are Invited, will leave' •lp through 0 EH ONE 134 FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE DEFT. thc Arkansas Ozarks, returning In Mr. and Mrs. Charles King, and lwo weeks lo Memphis, where Mr. her sister. Mrs. D. W. Sirenccr, o! i Williams is employed in the gov- Mrs. S. P. Crafton, of Conway, Washington, n. C.. who Is visiting j eminent seed loan office. and daughters, Missus Vclmn and here. * ' The bride is a graduate of (lie school "nnd attended Blames Back-Sliding great crowd, filling itic daughters, Helen and Mary Anna, Mrs. II. J. Buidlnc of Hlllsman- Mrs. SarUun formerly resided In this city. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Hop Secoy and Russell GUI, of Dell, went to Current River Beach Saturday night foi several days camping trip. W. H. Stovall Is 111 al his home on West Main St. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Crilz and children have returned from Pay- ettevllle where Ihey atlendcd Ihe annual extension agents' meeting Miss Cora Lee Coleman and her nephew. Billy Qodsey ol Greenwood, S. C., who were at Fuyclte- ville last week for thc annual extension agents' meeting, have gone to "Denver, Col., for a short visit v.ith relatives. Miss Sallle Crenshaw of Liule I?cck. who was formerly cornice!- cd with the Mississippi county department ol education in this city, has arrived here to spend a week campaigning for Hnl Norwood, candidate lor Attorney-general of Arkansas. Mrs. George Mclngvale and son. George Crilz, of StavkviUe, Miss., will arrive tomorrow for a visit with her brother. J. E. Crilz. nnd family. Minnie Ruth Wood hns returned from a visil at Joiner, Ark., where she was guest of her cousin. Anne Sue Fletcher. Joan and Elizabeth Fletcher. of the here nnd Miss Vclmn Crnfton will come sometime uefoc September 1 while Miss Zola Crnfton. who now employed in Liitlc Rock will arrive later. Jimmle Sniotherman able to nnd and be oul following 11 two weeks Illness from malaria. Liltle Evelyn Ashley Is Hie guest of her grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. T. Ashley, Br.. at ilieir home in Joiner. i Taylor was here Thursday Friday as thc yuest of Mr. Mrs. C. P. Howard, j Jimmy Wooilim has returned lo. August' B. when Miss Lurce"Trii> his home al Murfrccsboro. Tcnn.. i blc became the bride of M W 'after several days visit in the Melton, superintendent of A triple wedding of much interest to Smith Mississippi counlirni!. WHS performed in Fayettevlllr home of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. AJex- iinder as thc guest of their daughter. Freda. Miss. Mollle Lee Bates, her 1110- j ther and her brother, Ruddy, niov- brief horn in visit with lather. J. Mis. Allison. ils niter a I Heel wood's I Mrs. .Tlniile Bond and Mri Flor- Mr. nnd Mils. D. S. Irby nnd children have lelumed !o their home in Batcsville, Miss.. ;ifter a few days visit wiili Mrs. Ir.iy'j encc Blackw'cll spent Friday with friends In Caruthersvillc. Miss Lonnlc Tucker and appeal to back-sliders. J. T. nenfro sang, "The Prod- ignl Son", and Virginia Tompkins of the First Baptist church presided at 11 pianos. Tonight at 7:45 of "The Passion of the of "The Passion Play school, at I ;nown. At eight o'clocl which ttMMr. Garrison will sp?;i! Shawncc consolldaled Joiner, in n ceremony .... t . J - ...... uut**uu,l ,11,1 opi-HA Ull Ui' in led her slslers, Miss Mary Jane j ilievillc Sound Out to the DevuV 1 rlbble and Miss Clarrence Tnb-1 ble. in marriage with Mr. Harrison 1 . Hule jr.. and Mr. Virgil T. Bios- j spin. i i The three brides were-given in' marriage by Ihcir father. Mayor; Subject for Church of pod Meeting . T. S. Trlbble of Fayetteville. anci Mrs. the ceremony was said by the John Bishop and son, John Allen, i Rev. Warren Johnson. pa?ior ol nre guests ol Mrs. Bishop's par- j the First Methodist Church of there. Miss Lilhnt] Briscoe. who has been attending school nt tin 1 Denver Conservatory of Music i'.n.i later visiting r:Iatives in Misi..s- sippi. is visiting her imicnls. Dr. and Mrs. 'L. S. Brlscoe, for several Baptist church. Mr. Sadlier Is I pale yellow embroidered mousse- : away conducting a revival. ! line and carried arm bouquets ol ' Mks Mnry Myrtle McArthur ar-j white gladioli. The bradc-smaids i The Huffman P. T A held ios rival Saturday night from thc I wore deep yellow niousselinc de ' regular meeting Thursday after- stale university at Columbia nnd j sole and matching picture hats neon with an attendance of only began her work in Ihe Steele erad- 1 and carried yellow gladioli. .seven members and. one visitor 0 ' 1 "" ^ ^ M "" weeks. Mi is Carolyn li'nley teaching scbcol lit Manila, the week-end nt home wit parents. While hen- the \ irom sinus trouble ivhn •- "nl 1 , X ' rSl B. I. McDonald' The Ihree brides ntu! bride- i Thc members decided lo serve . of near Cooler, hnve gonej orccms stood In n group ;1 , ||,c sandwiches, drinks, nnd Ire crcnm ,„„.,:.- '• Ic "n- ro1 ' a two weeks | allnr ns each couple took the at a small cliarge to voters, or "I visit w »l> relatives. i inurringc vows separately. .others present, at the election. '" I Uis. Fxl Ashcroft hns returned' A number of Mlsslssip;- homes of America which still form recognition for women, but which UNFINISHED for Evils of the Day REBUILDING REPAIRING Arkansas The Rev. Tanner Powell, who :s conducting a revival at the Church of Good on Cherry street, will us; as his subject for tonight. Were lied 10 at Mrs. Samuel F. Norrts spent yesterday at Current River Beach. Clifford Cavilt is in Memphis for several weeks laklng a course In radio engineering. t Oscar Hardaway and Judge G. E. Keck spent the weekend al Hardy joining Mrs. Keck ami daughter, Miss Virginia, who ore at Camp Rio Vista for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Terry. Harold Stcrnbcrg and Bert Lynch Jr.. accompanied by Weldcn Lamb, of Paragould, spent the weekend nl Camp Rio Vkla. Hardy. Misses Mary Elizabeth Bonnn. Burnelle and Beulah Belle Brad- Mrs. J. A Wallace run-ruined !he Stcclr wmuan's chili rnday nf- '• lei noon. Mr.-. M. A. Massey wan j piogram li-adi-r. | Aniipiinrnnent.'-, have laen recciv- '• cd herr of thp birth of a Hin lo j Mr. nnd Mrs. John Cook, formerly' of here, now of Tyronza, Ark. j Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Siwr.ccr, Mrs. L'luood lirow: n and son. CJenv. , .ind Mrs. Abnor Ashcioll and .son. James .-Voiwr, of Slcelr, and Mr. i ley, Patty Jane. Jane Branson and and Mrs. Uunis and childirn. ul Frances Little returned ycsicrday from Leachville where they were guests ot Miss Dorlhy Robinson for a weekend parly given In compliment to her houscguest. Miss Sara' Robinson, of Kashmir. Tenn Other guests were Misses Anna Frances Wood, Frances Miimls anrt Minnie Annls Robb, of Paragould At a dance given Friday evening there were 50 guests from Blytlic- vUIe, Ltachvllle and Paragould. Misses Beulah Belie and Biun- elie Bradley .went lo Cleveland, Term., today for a week's slay with MUs AmtncU- Thrasher who formerly Ilvde bere. 6»m ItoJMtt, Dr. F. B. Eiliotl Otorge MoLeod and Don Edwards spent Sunday in Little Rock the Howard R«ed he*dqu*rteri. at for Governor Mr*. Mary Steadman, of Sebner Tenn., Ls the guest of Mr. am Jaruthcrsville. were dinner . . of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. McUriiic of j Carulhersvillc Friday evening. i Mrs. Rex Iluche.s, jr.. who IMS urnn the (jiiest of IHT jiarentf. Mr. anrt Mrs. Sam McAdams. and at her husband's parents, left. Saturday to join her husband, who is •mploycd by Ihc government al -iickmnn. Ky. Hlic was accompnn- cd by her cousin. Miss Hazel Me- Artams, «lio will visit at Hickiran tor a few days. Misses Laura and Louise (Jreer. of Harrisbnrp. Ark., nrc gucsls ol Ihelr grandparent*. Mr. and Mr; H. A. Spcnce. : :rs. W. N. Holly ar.d Mrs. Hayes Smith ar.d daughlcr. shopped in Memphis Thursday. Mr. anci Mr?. Cuba Hipdou anrt some friends from Holland aie spending a lwo weeks vacation at St. Gencvieve. Mrs. Carl Hailey and children ' ----- — . — —.- .-....^j u,.« VIIIIUICU. Airs. j. R. eteaoman, at Annorel. of-Charleston, have been here for EUtobelh Ann Whitworth. of'a visit with Mrs. Hailcy's parents. Those Favorite Old NECKTIES need not be discarded Every mrm has some old neckties ho hales lo threw away. They're good, bul he has unit wmring them because they've dirty. Hi; hasnT realized they can be cleaned antl restored at small cost. Therefore. I his suggestion. Pick oul n do/.en of yo'.ir old nccklies and call for us ... You'll be mighty well pleased with the r<;>iilt. The. Cost Is Only $L20 Per Dozen Ties Barnes' Nu-Wa Cleaners Ingram BMg. Phone 180 Governor Full-ell has served tlirec-fourllis of a two-year term. In that brief |m- riotl the Stale's credit lias been .restored. Thc expense of government was cut more than half. Automobile licen.-e fees were reduced fifty per cent. All warrants for current expenses are paid on presentation. All accounts against the stale are pre-atidited—validity and accuracy are determined before payment. By an agreement, which was enacted into LAW", interest on road improvement district bonds has been changed from an average of 5.G per cent to :{ pur ten I— an annual saving of $1,300,000.00. Tor Ihe first lime in many years, THE PKNITKNT1ARY WAS OI'EHATED AT A PROFIT. For six years prior to 19M. Ihe Penitentiary expense budget had averaged over a quarter of a million dollars annually. Last year il was 8118,8-I-1.02. ' . When Governor Rulrell look office, losses in closed banks totaled 81 ,OH2,2G9.!)9 . . Warrants and claims were outstanding for more than $4,000,000.00 ... Highwuy and Rridfie Bonds amounting to One Hundred and Fifty Million Dollars were scattered around like leaves, and there was no definite plan of payment During the first year of Ihe Futrell administration, revenues from all sources amounted to ? 17,027,060.^0. Warrants redeemed totaled S13,028,n!)8.01. There was an excess of receipts over expenditures of ?3,G08,670.:30. There is other construction work lo lie done. When thc Legislature convenes in January, matters of vital concern lo the taxpayers will he presented. At that time the safe, sane, calm and conservative mind of J. M. Futvcll will be needed. FUTRELL CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE

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