The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 9, 1934 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO a, *f 1 ^T\f — *v f — >-S X 1 •II mr ^^^r ^<^^L-1^.-, D»«UtB-UiU | V Mre. Henderson C. Hall has an- N nounwd the marriage of lier a youngest daughter, Mildred, to Mr. 'Fred Donigan, of St. Louis, i The wedding was solemnized »t ic St. Charles, Mo., Saturday, August, i Fourth. : ii The bride, who is the daughter \\ ot Mrs. Hall and the late Mr. Hall, 5 was educated In St. Louis schools j having made her home wllh her sister, Mrs. Emll Schroder, and d Mr. 6cliroeder7 lor a number ot n years. ' n Mr. Donlgan is in the office or: the Kvey Packing company ol Si. i q Louis where they will make Iheir ; i home, . ! . . . ' -"i, Whidtn-Harvfy ! Mr. and Mrs. Marion Alvin Wlill- !c ten, of Memphis, linve announced Ii the engagement of the r daugntcr. !c Dorothy Elouise, to Mr. Stewm! Alexander Havvej', of Albany, Ua.U The wedding will lake place Sop- t tember First al the Evergreen Presbyterian church. Miss Whittcn, w;io spent much of her time in BlytlievlIIc when )icr sister, Mrs. J. P. Mclntosh. nnd family, resided here is n graduate of Southwestern and a 1 member of the x Zcta Tnu Alpha Sorority. The bridegroom was graduated from Clemson University | and is at present with the Armour Chemical company. • • • G Knell School Has Flay "Scorching Wnter" was the name of a play presented by the Oos- nell school Friday night to a large audience. . , , i • « + Hare \Valermelon Parly The eight-year-old clnss of the Kpmary Department, of the First Baptist hurch Sunday school was given Ca picnic .and watermelon /cost by their tencher, Miss Pauline Pruilt, yesterday evening on the church Jawn. Games were played and watermelon enjoyed. Ench lltde girl was presented with a novelty handkerchief. Jane and Mary Van Sneed ol Saint Francesville, La., were guests. » • • * Birthday Dinner. Lealon and Raymond Hodge were guests of honor al- a s irprlse birthday dinner, given Tuesday by Mrs. l*a!6n Hodge al her home in the Hall Moon community. Fried chicken, ice cream and individual cakes were served 25 friends and relatives. Bits of Neas Mostly Personal The Rev. and Mrs. George W Pyles, of Paragould, were here last evening for a brief visit with Mrs A. M. Butt before going to the Chicago fair. Joe Pride jr., who was strickei suddenly ill Tuesday, is much Uet- •• tc-r but is still confined to his bed His mother', Mrs. J. P. Pride, is al so confined lo her bed. Dick Slierrick, of nonoakc, Va who with Mrs. Sherick is visilin relatives at Keiser, Ark., spent, yes terday here. Mr. Sherrick wi probably leave next week whll Mrs. Sherrick and son will relur here for a visit with Mrs. J3hei rick's parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. C. I Wilson. James Hasson has arrived lion \ lor a visit with his parents, M and- Mrs. J. Ernest Hasson, befo ! going to Virginia Military Institu where he will prepare for tl United States naval Academy [ Annapolis, having received an a pointment for tt.e 1935 class. I attended the University of Al , bama at Tuscaloosa last year ai has bten visiting in Montijosne Ala., and Tesarkana since schc closed. Mrs. W. L. Homer and « Jack, have returned from ;i vi. in Wheat ley, Ark. Mrs. F. W. Broderick return today to her home In Cliic^o- 1 ter a four weeks stay with 1 ; mother, Mrs. Josephine Wcrt. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tanner a Eon, Jimtnie. of Helena, will ; rive today (or a brief stay w Mre.' Tanner's mother. Mrs. T. Marian. Mrs. Allan Walton arrived ]io • yesterday from a visil in Me | phis having stayed with 1; irglnia Brooks while her parents, r. and Mrs. Berry Ji. lirooks ji., . tended the Chicago fair. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Nelson homjuon, of Memphis and two ns, have returned here lo make 15 r home after having also Ined Dexter, Mo., since Uicy left ere seven years ago. Mr. Thomp)ii Is 10 be snlcsmnu for the: ^ iller-Crt'nshnw company. 1 " s Mrs. Ilnrolrt Bater '.einmecl to- ;;"_ ay lo her home In Emerson. Ath., '"'• ftcr a three weeks stay with licr ! • • other, Mrs. Jim Caig. i s ' c " Jce S. Dlllahutity, who has been , 5 . uitc ill from malarial fever, is " ow tetter. J. M. Ar.dcr.son is sp:ndinc Ills' ^' IT acatlon nl Hardy. "" Mr. anrt Mrs. Ectuar I'ofey nnd )n ' hildren, Miss Mlnulv Blown uml • lira Ruby Bron-n, .'.pent llu 1 wirkl, nd at Ilornbenk, 'I'cnn. ' Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Nci-dhnin ro- urned Monday from Illinois, where hey sjcm, their vacnllun, I 0 ;! Mr. and Mre. J. D. Nncdham, , Sails Ncedham, nnd Vcitil Nce:l- '=' mm went to Tcnncisee S;mtrdnv o visit relatives. ' ' , j-' Mr. and Mrs;. Raymond Honur y , lad as (heir guests Sunday Mr. -,nd Mrs. James Tankcrslev nnd Mr. and Mrs. Kirk. ,°. Sails Ncedham and .son, Veryll, ox ,' are ill Ihis \vcek but an 1 iniru-ov- ng. lc Mrs, L. E. Lltanl und trnml- vj r dnughtcr. Bcoh T. Jirmvn. s;icm . Saturday niglit with Mrs. J. A. , McMullins. Uu Mis.s Novclk- Hiimphri'V, SKi Ash, JJ wlio has bi'cn 111 for a vci-1: lias , been 111 for a wrck hns bcrn removed to the Blythevilh' liaspiiai. She is no belter. Mrs. F. L. Husband :ui<l In- ,'; uollicr, Mrs. Laura Yoiinc, of Hm- ,,' tlcsburg. Miss., who is her gu\.-s\. ,. wenl to Memphis V/i'dne::(!av to meet Mrs. Kale Cucks, of Clinks- „, dale. Miis.. who will be the gucsl 1 of .Dr. and Mrs. Ilusbaiid (01 n ;s~eck. Miss Murguerltc Do.'en tins ic tunica home after ton days spciu In Clmfce, Mo., ns the r,«cst of lvl MIES Junnila Morgan. st Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Enoclis and oi daughter, Miss Ophelia, of Horse- rc shoe Lake nre the guests ot Mr ° and Mrs. J. w. Dolcn nnd fnmilv lic for the day. Miss Enochs will re- 1 mnln for several days to visit Miss Sue Uolen. "^ Recce News The Home Demonstration club met Monday afternoon at the new kltoien: Plins ivere made io can soup mixture 'niesdav. Peaches were canned last Friday. Mrs. Dora Henderson and daughter, Cleo. spent the week end visiting relatives al clear Lake faim. Mrs. Hatltc Recce spoilt Sundav afternoon with M r5 . E. v. Wilsoii Miss Frances Aklns spent the week-end with relatives in Blytii»- villc. Mis.i Opal wicker is spendin? lr!s week ut Number Nine. I Miss C!co Henderson returned i home Wertncsday wiih lisr mother afcor several weeks visit here. I'AUO OK 1'IIANIiS : We arc deeply grateful to o-ir many friends for their r.xprrs- • sions of sympathy ar.tl lloral (rib' tiles In our recent tn-cavMiiciil ' and the loss of our rii'jrly )v' loved mother. Mi.s. Nnnr.y Hall. Mrs. Sam Cvimes. 1 Boonc Hall. 7 Sam Hall. Dick Hall. Honrv Hull. C - rc Makin?, Rc-blockins i- lei Tiliimiing Hits 0 \Yo can malic } . t , U r old liats Ukc al new. Slcam blocked ii-to any new p- Slj Ic. i( ,ISIls. H. G. Wictlum - llrss H.nl] 4 Al Our Krsldrncc U l Oil Wcsl Main - - 1'lionc 280 ^{ ^ . . . n. Automobile Sales Co. s ' t Cor. Main ,V Fifth c ,l csiircr.s^urs (o .1. C. AppMiy 1- Molcr <.'i>.) er Sliidcbukcr. Hud.«o:i. Tcrr.iulme nnd Willys c.irs. 1 RELV1NATOR j Kleclric RrfrigFiation nr Gel our p:icf.. and terms betcic n- . you buy anv ck-rtric refrigerator, tic ! ^ Margaret Deen Beauty 5/ioppe *'-••• i • • £ •- •' - • .'..._. :. ... . . BLVTHEVn,LE, (AKK.)' COURIER NEWS THUSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1934 jS~^ .4B— ^ -m r CLU Osccola Socici) Persona! r. nnd Mrs. !( C heir s'.<-.ib !"i N-V Mrs. F. Ci. Mai II son. na!p'.), of rs. )i. K. l' - li'li-her ly niter a serious 5. She :s still co r. ami Mrs. W. t day in S'.iiiiton, '!' it's inrfiils, Mr. a it. /. W. Prcivitt. Cic v F-;o:ula wc-iv Ui Mem ihl.-i Wc'dnrsd Ir.s. A. L. Webb r< ic i'.ere last nlBht pilal. Mi-mphLs, w went mi opt-raiis . Mr. \Vc'i.'!i dnn acroru >:my her hr coiiliiH-fi in her ri a no', her neck. 'hu Rev. and Mi Tuesday lo:- n t attend Hie World >ccl to return abn 'he liev. nnd Mrs Kl ncc'jmpankd b v , Miss Snrah Prat i Iheir son. cha urncd yosterdav f World's Fair un< T cd ilifiu thrcu s'.:lnc,lon. Nia^ura Cininda, and o cixst. ^. F. Biirhain, Cic Bun;] and R. i! long liie Osci'olan o Fulrcli-for-Cim file Rock Sunday anner Powell His Subject llryan linvc .\ •r:il days Mi. r j)f :ir.il c.fii'is /.•l;<!i:l. M..=..-'. is ]nip:'0i;nj: l Illijc. 1 -^ o! itii ' ilir.wl lo !>'.:• '. ir.in'. ipc-ii 1 •mi.. '.ul','. Mr. :ul Mr». !•'. K m'SL' iHi'J An- ;illL".S Mil'.:):'. •y. UnuC'J Iri her from l)-.i|)'.l.-: lU'lX' Silt.* 1H'- se\o.\.l <li\.^ c lo MiMii[>li:- mc. B.H 1 «il am let JKJSJ!- s. J5. L. Cnlc l[) lo Cllic:n;o s I'air. They lit '..'c iruli . II. C. Moor• Iheir ibiiijli- ccs Monrliois'J, Ics Monr.:c;ul, roin :i visil lc :i trip u'l\lcli ;ii Virjlniii U> Falls. Toron- IHT p'accs of ji'yc Jl.iiucs. J. Hnidk'y ivciu who ntirncicil cri'.o;- rallv n Names ;or Tonight 'Whnl Is the Chinch of God?" il be Hie subject of tonight's rmon by Tanner Powell, young angcllst, who Is conducting n vlval meeting at the Church of ad, on Cherry street. The pubs Invited to attend all services. Read Conner yews Want Ads. !7 Girls Enter 1 Mid-Souili; Fair 1 lieatity Contest 1 Alrcaiiy 31 pretty gills in North 1 IlE?;jslppl county have be^n enter- 1 i >. " to b? held nl the Ril/. thon- 1 er Tiuiisday. Angus: 10. The win- 1 tr will represent t hls city at Ihe 1 1U -So'.itli fair in Memphis Ihe first 1 •celt In scplcmbjr. 1 Girls cntcrud nre: Misses Polly 1 \n i lii:ck, Doris Ray Dobyns, Ere- 1 yn Smart. Frances Ultfe, Lystr 1 Irarkin. I'ntty shnn?. Margaret 1 jliavor, Jane Holtipctcr, Lnura 1 Crowiler. Anmi Mue Jones, Mar- 1 jueri'.c Hnsson. Sira .lo IJUlo, Jes- 1 alyn nlonrjycr. rCninia Su? Stcw- ir . Maj'bellc Snyder, P.itly June ).ivis. Mildred Ian Ilubliard, Maria Ann Lynch, Eli/aucth. Ann Wils'-n. Mildred Moore, Jane Koch- ti'.Ay, Virginia Nunn. Helen La- 'l?n. Jeanne JlanLson. Grace Dav- eii|»rt of Gosncll. Ami Tompklns Gentfa llov.erloii of I/eachvllle, Constance Smith, clam Louise Dav s. U:an McKlnnon atul Juaintn 1 Sm l!i. 1 The winner will tie guest of U'c F.i r. niong v:llh c'.hcr girls from the- mid-foulh. Irom Sunday after- i noon, September 2, until the morn- i ng o[ September ^. The beauty queen selected, tobe- known as "Miss Miil-Snuth" will be guest of Uc fa r fnr trie entire week. Jack Finloy Robinson is in chargs of the alfair. which is endorsed by thr Blj'lhevllle Chanibcr of com- merco. A Swedish statistical soclciy iias calculated thai, including losses from revolution, famine and pestilence, the Great War deprived the world of no fewer lhan 40.- COO.OOO lives. WANTED! Will pay ten cents each for copies of Courier News of Tuesday, July 31. COCKIER NEWS OFFICE Hello, Boifs urn! (Hrls, we have just received YOUR FREE Souvenir Cups. 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