The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 10, 1934 · Page 2
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PAGfe TWO BLYTHBVILL1, (ABK.) COURIER NBWB lore returning home. Icmphis. «•«• . .. .jMrs. Joss Homer, TOO .was befcvs Ijer ritrfiage Miss'Lorna wilsori. i[»5 guest of honor at a shosvjj par- is' given last evening by Mrs. Eddie B. David at the country club. The 36 guests played bunco In the ball room which was prettily decorated in a pink and white motif. Ivory floor baskets held pink rose's and snapdragons and there were.Km' bowls of sweet peas on the niantel, piano and radio. The central adornment was the bride's plice. The table was covered in pink and white ruffles with Hie centerpiece, a miniature bridal party standing before an allar which was flanked wllh tiny candelabra. Suspended above the table was a pink and white parasol from which Jell pink and silver cellophane streamers to which were lied the miscellaneous gifts. A pink tulle bow marked Mrs. Homer's place and she was given a corsage of Bweetpeas. In the bunco games Miss Mato Hogan won first honors, a tabli lamp; the traveling award, hosiery ,went lo Miss Jennie Wren Dllln ' hunty, and Miss Louise I^ggctt re ceived a make-up kit for the lo\ award. The ice course was in the sum' two shades with the Indlviilua c'ikes topped wilh "rosebuds an ,e»ch plate had liny boiirjuels o BW«etpeas on them. Miss Marie Leg gett assisted the hostess. Entertains Guest:. t( Mrs, P. B. Wood entertained with a bunco party Friday afternoon »t her home on t.rc north highway in honor of her daughter. Carolce, and her houssguesls. Alice Elizabeth and Jane Fletcher, of Joiner, and Elizabeth Aim Whllworlh, of Holt. The 12 guests piayed bunco in ibe living room which was decorated with garden flowers. Billie Payne won th3 high score prize, lingerie, »nd the low.seor? gift, a what-not Mrs. li. c. ornament, w'eiit to Pearl Graham, vho lormerly An ice course was served. Having Wertfnct Party. One of the younger sets will have a Jolly weekend with a progressive house party as the attraction. The affair Is to be In compiiment tc Miss Dorothy Robinson, ol Leach- vJUe, her houseguest, Miss Sara Robinson of Nashville, Tenn., and Mlsies Minnlj Annls. Robb, Anna Frances ..Wood and Frances Mln- , nis, of • Paragoua, and Miss Sara t.Gai^ington of Searpy, houseguest of M4ss. Martha Ann Lynch, with Misses Lynch, patty Shane, Mary Ellzibeth Bonim, Jane Branson, Frances LlttJs and Mildred LO-J Hubbard as hostesses. Other B!y- thevllls guests will be Invited to -. separate parties. . .Trj« affair op'Ens tonight with STterimfcg party at the Chicago mill pool and later the 12 girls will spenci the rilg'nt at the Branson's Mildred Lou Hubbard will have them for breakfast tomorrow morning, they will be guests at the Lynches' tor lunch before going to the mst!ne« party at the Rita theater when Miss Littte will be hostess. Mrs. Boium will have a din- Mr party- Saturday evening and later thsre will be a drop-in at tin country club tor a large number o gueste. The girls will spend the nigh again at the Branson home Sat urday and will have breakfast tl:-sr Sunday. The Shanes will r.ave then for dinner Sunday noon and late they will go to tile show. The Blytheville girls were gueil of Miss Dorothy Robinson at he home over last weekend. Sufficient Labor Signed for Caruthersville Plant CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.-J. S. •Wahl. chairman of the committee in charge of recruiting labor tor ths Brcwn shoe Company's plant, which will cpen 'r.ere about September 15, has announced that enough people have signed applications lor work in the-faclory to assure sufficient labor. Hs said ns more application" -were being taken: The compan; plans to use about 600 persons if- operating the factory. Th» mals- female ratio will te about 00-40 Annual payroll of S75.WO ij guar anteed by the company. Bits oj Mostly Personal New Liberty News Gtorge w. Bnrham gave a alk here Sunday afternoon to the new J converts ol the meeting previously ' held. A large crowd was present, i Mr. and' Mrs. Frank May and , I son. chailes. and Miss Dorotny Miss Norvelle Humphrey, who ls| Vln | llt , r(!ll , rm ,| w thelr homc Dt uitc 111 p-l the Dlythevillc lios- lital, Is no heller today. Mrs. Max 13. Held, who iindi'l'- vcnl an operation Tuesday at tlw llylhcvlllc hospital. Is resting vciy Mrs. Louis Su-w.irt and Mary Louis, ol Liberal. Knnsiis, arc quests of Mrs. 1. 1). Slcwnrl, mo- ntir of Mr. Slewart, for the week- They will uko go lo Port- liasjett Sunday alter a week's visit wilh relatives liere. Miss lysis Hill returned Wednesday from a week's visit »t Wynne Ark. sl:c also attended the Pcacl 1 Festival at Forrest City. Mr. ami Mrs. L. L Beardon, o Luxora, cpc-nl Sunday with MI. Beardcn's mother, Mrs. J. T. Epperson, and Mr. Epperson. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Stoner and flornersville Society —- Personal FRIDAY, AUGUST 10, FUGUES BE TD MB MS' m-f: '^- I t I pioducts. to conquer depression, un-lllon relief" ' Mr. and Mrs Kojer Manning baby Sunday for Wash- Incton. 1) C . wh;re they will visit | (Continued From Pace One) 1 it should work. There are many | variations. And it Is spreading rapidly. In scores of cities all over. the country, projects have been' launched that mean creation ol a co-operative, non-profit, Industrial were broached, and they were ask-] ed to co-operate by lending advice on the setup. But wilh more complete explanation, their complaints subsided to a tori of lialf- i convinced co-operation. a - ]n Massachusetts, a plan (or trie unemployed to make mattresses for themselves drew bitter fire. And it is said thai Republican campaign managers are watching the development eqgerly, ready lo ii*rin li » ' where 150 yean »io ether Amtf« NEXT: How a. typical "produc- fcahs opened i fl|ht for liberty.- relatives lor weeks. Socialism I™ 1 "" lll;U ""* of It certainly is, up to lls sponsors deny eoods produced will Rev. and Mrs. George .Hardy and,., Mrs. lillcn stokely of Emory 1 , Tex., jjitstry--a tort of visited W. li £2well and family | wheel.' over lhe \ie?k-ciid, en route tu Chicago lo -spend a week at the fntr. -, -, system among the unemployed fvcr Bet on the commercial mar- themselves, to operate liKiopcndoiit- kcl - Tlle >' , aw? 5lricll >' f ° r lls « of ly of the Held of private-profit in-, 1 " 0 ""employed themselves . .......... ' T^nncn SpmfolK halirji-n, "wheel within a Severn] ol these projects are al- rcady under way and turning out Hence. Schwalb believes, lhe iMiikel lor commercial goods will not te cut, whereas Hie market io:- raw materials like cotlon, wood wool be stimulated to figcville, Mo., imd Little Rock be- children, of Shndy Lnne, and Mr. '.and Mrs. Will Wheat and children. Mr. and Mrs. Cnrlclon c. Smith, j cf lilyllicvlllc, were Sunday guests Jr.. kit today lor New Orleans.[of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Singleton. La., where they arc lo make their | Mr. nnd Mrs, C. fctchlton anil «n. noinc. Mr. Smllh Ls to lie con- Fay, of Yarbro, were Sunday sucsts ncclctl will) ll'.c American Cotton! of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. H. Croak and Co-opcriittvc association. En route there they v.'iii f.op at Jnckson. Mr. Mr. Miss., lor sei'cial nays wilh and Mr.-.. W. II. EiniUi nnd .ind Mis. W. c. llciwn. M IS t 1 Memphis llaptlst hospllnl infill. Ills daughter. Mrs. ilo!anil Urccu. i.i wilh him. Loun Cnmiim niul I'ete Lenti, of Memphis, were giit'Sls ol Mr. nd Mrs. .). R L-ontl In^l nlghl. Ir. Lrnll Is an uncle of I'cte Lcnli. Orady Cnnecr. loiiuerly of here nil mnv ol liuintii. Mo., was In lie city loilr.y. Mi. ami Mrs. licnkcit Wetcu- nnu returned yesterday from Kirov whorr Uipy ,s[ic:il (wo weeks. Mr. ni:d Mrs. Kd 'I'urner. of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Flcyd announce the birth of a daughter wl'o has been nami'd MarganHk' _ Idelln. ,1. 1!. Maxwi'll ul Odcco'n, whoj Mr. nnd Mra. J. M. Aycock. Mr. iTitlcaily III. was icmoved lo tlie and Mrs. U. C. Pillow, were dinner D. U. lUitlln WCK in Poplar Bluli on biislr.e.ss Tuesday. Mr. and Mre. George S. Brown anil Miss I.ila Edgerton ->pc:iil Siinrliiy wllh iclalives In 'Jaruth- eisvillc. Ur. nnd Mrs. E. O. Copi anil tons, t'dwin and Halph, left Tuesday lor Chlcaxo lo attend the fair. Dr. A. Dial of Senatli will till:: Dr. Coj>c's phicc during his uo- scure. Mr and Mrs. lilmcr Collins mid When unemployed ho mining oul for their own use such lliines as men's Eiiits, over- gets people .8 lliis relief coals, women's dresses, white yoods, shoes, stockings, furniture, pottery, and mattresses, with many more articles on llic list it the p!an is extended. (iOVKKMMENT GIVES The projects are by of Ihc relief clients of Ohio, who make up onc-sixlh of the population, have been surveyed In regard 'to the uniform, as all are directly con- N'oducls which lhe "pro- duclion relief" units Intend to :nakc. These products would be distributed only to people holding relief cards. i These "production relief" units MO.N'KV | i m(t their inspiration in lhe bav- 110 menus ter and sciip unils wliich swepl children, Mrs. J. B, Hatcher ami Unlled under slulc and local aus- wnere Ir. Turnei is lo l:c connected •ith the O. O. llurilnway Cotton ompany. O;car Harrtawny went to Hardy eslerday lor tho wcck-cud. I'lUtoii. o; Newport Uvcil here, will ar- Mr. ville first ive this niieincon to visit nil Mis. D. Cliuiiiulin. .Ir.. anil \lr. and Mrs. W. 11. Mlnynid Miss Isabel Urundon arrived cme lasl night fiom Oklahoma ity, OHla., where she was ,ucsi of Dr. oml Mis. E. ]_,. Miloy ,no formerly resided lino, .as accompanied lionic by lary Frances Cornell. Tom Mliey -nd Jim Stovall, o! lhat city, who u " number of i)l Mr. anil Mrs. Richard uynci. of Clnir L:ike. Tmwluy. Hilly Crook, who has rwn 111 for .several days, Is Imprurlnu. George Gray lo Manage Annual Pcmiscot Fair CAHUTlIEnSVILLE. Mo.—Lcad- rs ol Pcmiscot County Post No. 88. American Legion, today announced lhat George Gray, ol Vienna, ill., had been secured 11.1 mannger of the i'emiscol County t'nir, which will lie held under E|Kjii£or.-,lii]> of the Legion October 10 (u 13. Mr. Gray, former mayor ol Ills home city, for 17 years has been actively engaged In managing nm ; arranging the fairs of Jackson county, Illinois. Mr. Gray nrrivcil In Cariilliere- Wednesday to stem touaid arranging loi a wees. ail be her Mr. and Mrs. no sons, of Fort Smith, will be lhe Pemiscot fair. He will be back lierc September 1 nnd will remain until after the fair. Mr. Dray is already known to fair followers of this county. For several years am Kenney and' 5(lli : tof for ;ago. he was employed, as officla »e g ue*str,ts week end of Mr. the horse races ! will officiate as i lieli TOIL Harold, left Tuesday.for llu-lr ionic In liaynes City, Fla., after pending a month with relatives ,crgency Miss Myrl returned Sunday iiiuhl indirect. lorn St. Louis where she S|irnt i few days with her cousin, Mis 3lyde 1(. Welinan. Mr. and Mrs. I,. M. Cross. Jr.. across the country the new units will In t!W2. But be better or. ganir.crt ami will have government of Allcln. Ark. arc here fin I wo iSs visit with Mrs. A. M. Golden. Mrs Bpon.sorship of the federal gov-"!"'°ney back of them, ernmiMit, through the r'cdcral Em- Production relief, stalling off Reliet Administration is ''.'"icily and unobtrusively this fall, ll furnishes tlie money,' 1 ' ""-' lllost revolutionary step yet and Its blessing. The slates and' I'ommunilics then go ahead. More than 100 co-operative enterprises of the unemployed of (his general type have been tu')- Dialed, and their scope is showrj ... . ,_ ,,,,, , ifoy (lie fact lhal in northern Oh'ti Hobcrl P. lllll and cor., of].,,, Cnpe. Gtr.irdraii, me here for n few wee ks, .slay wllli Mrs. mils parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. 13. Kln- solvlng. Mrs. K. S. L.ari£(!<m and children, of Aniarlllu, Tex, who have been visiting here, nrr> spending this week with rehtivi'.s In lionlon mid Farmlngloii. alone. Allen Schwalb, industrial engineer for the Ohio Relief Production Units, Inc.. expects lo tee, 0000 otherwise unemployed men and women at work in tliese factories. Plans for production ol d7,BUU dozen pairs uf stockings a year, at least 30,000 men's suits a ycari KILL 'ri!lS,MOSQUlTOIS rAHD OTHER IHSfCTS Derilonstratibn (drive to Stecle, Mo.) Miss Marjorie Kreggei- uf Kansas Cily, factory senlative and licensed operator, will be wilh us in Sleele, Mo., for a full week (o demonstrate the $5 Francine Steam Oil Permanents A new thoroughly proven method which guarantees—no" pullE-- 110 bums—no dried parched hair—no electricity on the head. The revitalizing oil lotion is applied and the hair wrapped 111 the usual manner. Then lhe wave. Is put In by gently STEAMING (not baking) the hair. SPECIAL The Francine method upplier, a treatment equal to 5 regular hot oil treatments in addition lo liie soft lusleroiis permanent waves. Visit us and learn more about better $O.BO 2 NO IUJKNS Joe L. Horn Myrtle Monaii LOV-LEE BEAUTY SHOP "Keep Young and Beautiful" Davis Barter Shop - - Phone 80 fur Appoli-liiieut indl- tu Mr. nnd Mrs. Castle Booker, ol j (rom one " nlt . niul MMO Holland, spent Sunday her" with chairs '"• 'his one district lhe former's aunt. Mrs. J. O. Mat- cote llle extent ot lhe P la " s thews nnd family. help the unemployed lu help Ihein- sclves. \Vhal is all this going lo do lo privalo Industry? Needless to say, every one of these production- relief projects which has started up has met brisk opposition from manufacturers of the same £ort of Work to Aid Tourists Of Historic Battlefield PETERSVURG, Va. (UP)— Two projects new under construction ui Petersburg National Military Park arc expected to enable tpurlsU further lo penelratc he historic bat- llellcld. The Petersburg - Hop'awell-Cily Old Folks Like This laxativs HOT WEATHER! FAST DRIVING! Get the Extra Safety o f t he- World's Leading Motor Oil Mrs. Lewis Freeman. .Ir. antt Mrs. Hop Secoy and Rus-ell Oil! are expected to return .cclay from Current River Beach, -'here they spent several days. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. McCutchen lad as their guests yesterday Mrs. 1 L. Richards, of Osccola. nnd j Germany Has Monument Honoring Laboring Man lo "The Unknown BERLIN (OP)—Germany has monument Worker." -Irs. Clyde Richards, ol Memphis, j „" h " S ' Miss Betty Mccutcheii hus re- urned from Memphis where she mended a dance ihe wilt ! Labor Service al Potsdam where ' 'he officers nnd non-commissioiietl ,.'.'" "V^v'-loHlccrs for the Inbor service nre lha grade so vlsltorsSjnav enter more conveniently. The project is scheduled for completion within 50 or 60 days. The o:her projest is a hard-surfaced roadway between Fort Davis ana l-'orl Wadsworth. It will be two and a half miles long and 300 ' et wide. Trie read will pass through soim 666 Lhjntd, Tabltts, &I!TC, Noso Di op- Checks SlaUrla In 3 dajs. Cold first day, Headaches or Keuralgi in 30 minutes. Fine Laxative and Tome .Mort Spetdr Ecmcdles Known .Chilled By S«fe A - Sanitary CRXlGS DAIRY 74 Little Cole Child Dies Billy Joe Col:. n!:ic months old oil of Mr. and Mi.. H. j. cole al -1:30 o'l'to-k yestrriiny citihiy nt tile family home in e Sandy H:dgc coiniiiunily. Tlie fant's dMlh was attrilmted lo Jit is. l-ui;er,!l rcrvicrs «err 1-rtd thh orniiif. nl s.indy Rid^n rrmrtcry hrrc Inlniuciil uas made. Th'r tbti Umtertakinq company wjt. i,, 3iEo of fi:n;ral nnanci-mcnls I'hc baby (•; survived In- his p;ir- il.~. mill several brothers and ister.i. SHOE SHOP Acio;.5 tho otrcet From Itoxy Theatre High rlass shoe rep.ihlng wl tin' liitw type nip.cliiiKTy .mil quality material. \Vc Arr As Ne.ir You A' Vour Tclciilionc 1'ici- r.il! tor & delivery serv I'HOXU 12(1 i'.ml llinsiuvc - II. H. Canijilj GET AWAY WFH1 and at low co:-t. ai tlie Coast's mas': populat hotel—The White House, r ivfieie cool, t.^'t breezes b!ow anJ ,- every outdoor sport is available. ftcm cur csptri^ly quicrfd lli:u::rd fcot p:fr.' "rain',, Go.'/, fjdor boilinc. children's pli^sroiind. Wine or u-frc fc: tejtrvaticni. Spe:iil ivcck- cnd lilts. JcirM T. VC ; Hnr, MINIMUM RATE en WEEK 122 J3 Psr Wttk Ea:li. MEALS INCLUDED the most history, porlions ot tlie irk- ar.rt will re ! *jCr ensier access nd jer.lle.. Doelci. rtgtilulr pr=!c.-ib« the il.li^.ir. e ,,i;.r.( in de'iclcui Fiin.mir.t. Deliy It danjerofj. jd tcJiy jifiiy it: bset o!^ schedule irtJ »Uy thirl. Qiiw rs^ fotn{n| F«»n.a-Ei!nt for canitipitton. Re-blocking & Trimming Hits We can make vour old rials like new. Steam blocked into any new Style. Mrs. H. G. Wickham - Btss Hall >s| At Our Residence a part of the battlefield hereto- Gil West IVUm - - Phone 7.80 3re rirely visited. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL A Record vs, MAGNOLIA SERVICE STATION Ash & Broad»T»y - - Phone 315 Carl Bailey 'Relying on His Record 7 Then Is but one U;ii" m tills cn:nivilgti tor Attorney General— Carl E. Bailey's Hcciirr! verfiis his opiwneiH's campaign of pei- :onal villi!kv.tk':i ard bij dMlir to perpetuate liimsell in oi- nce. Car! Bailey .vjiiiuli tiir, record—WHAT HAS HIS OPPONENT TO OUrKK: WHAT? HiS oprxintlt tjyi Ihttf U !!0 !fiiO!l «llT tht:t ShO'jld be tctstion in (he office cf Attorney Gcntrj! .>.nil asks for a sixth (am. WHY Dili 174.193 ycirs ago? (iis Eftalrh U's cps-oiunl':- luirr t'vo AND WHY Was U nwrs.jty for hlr opiior'.int. 3 "Iliil rl.iss" lawyn. to |:ay SJGO.'JIS.IO in fees lo oilier Lin-ym to haiirtle lilfliu.iy ilr|::irlinclit Illl^.tllun? 'lhe People will answer thcie (|iu"5tions (or you August 14 I'ronnite tlie Man \V!io Has Made Good Hear Bailey Speak Court House Lawn. Osccola, Fiid»y, Aujusl JO, 8:00 P. M. 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