The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 30, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 30, 1934
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Pi6B TWO ('ARK.) COURIE NEWS THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1934 '. .Social Calendar •':;. THUBBDAYTB EVBKT8 • • the Wonder, Clus ol the Lake Street. •jf.eUiodlst Church School will hive a social In the class room Thursday. evening st 7:30. Entertains for Guest Mrs. J. P. Friend had 16 guests lor bridge Tuesday afternoon at her home, !Ci3 .W. Walnut St., in compliment lo her Iwusegucst, Mrs. Knight Carpenter, or Marked Tree. . • . i . A card Uble cover went to Mrs. Murray Smart for first honors, Mrs. . J. A. Graham received the' cut prize, a kitchen memo pot »nd Mrs. Carpenter was presentM a make-up box. The hostess served a sal»d course. ... * . * * Compliment Sister .Mrs. Q. Q. . Ifubbard and Mrs. H. R. Brandon entertained Wednesday .with a- one-o'clock luncheon in honor of Ihelr sister, Mrs Lou Echols, . who formerly lived Bib oj News Mostly Personal Miss Winnie Andrews Is spending the week with Miss Mildred Thomas at Burdcttc. Mrs. Leonard House nnd children, of : Fordyce, nre he guests ol Mis. House's sister. Mrs. Johnny Andrews. William Lam; Is In Chlcnuo »»<! St.. Louis buying stock for h!i> store. Mrs. M. E. GlUbs ;ii)d son, Hill of Lulkin, Tex., arc guests of Mrs : Glbbs' sister, Mrs. J. P. Friend They were accompanied here b> Mr. and Mrs. Sidney lioynton, also of Lnfkln. who spent Hie night here en route to Chiciito where tlicv will attend tlio. Fair. Mis. Neil Heed nud son, Ancil have returned from Memphis where Ancil underwent a tonsilcclomy at Ihls nflt'rnoon alter several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend. , Russell Farr, who lias been In 81. Louis since Tuc/day, Is expected to return home today. Mis. C. J. Cox has returned Iron) n buying trip to SI. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. It. J. Usher, of Wal- crlown^. wls.. have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Bcsscrdick. ! Mr. and Mis. W. H. Stovall and eon, Hilly, luivc returned from ii vacullon trip to l.ynclilmrg and Wlnchcslcr, Tcnn. Funeral Services Held For Victim of Accident CAIiUTHEnSVlLLK, Mo., Aug. M.— Funeral services for Truman Dlllard. 17. Wardcll youth, were held this afternoon ill four o'clock nt the Warded cemetery, with the Rev. D. K. Foster, pastor ol Ihe Canitheisvillc Daplbt Church, conducting the ceremony. Young Dllliird was Injured cnrly oil the. .pole, by force.. The accident happened north ol Warden, at an intersection of a farm-lo-market road with Highway 61. Dlllard, the son of Mr. and Mrs D. W. nillard, was a Senior ol Wurdcll High school, and a member of the baseball and basketball teams. Warren has graduated from (he Wardell school, He is the son of Mrs. Mary F. Wlsner. Hospital Notes Admllted lo Ihe Blythevillc hospllal: Mrs. S. T. Bracken, Huffman; Mrs. w. L. Say, Huffman and Mrs. Clarence Hanson, city. A prince with a prize collccltoi ot beetles and a baron who own« a collection of 20.IWO fleas were among the exhibitors at Berlin' annual insect show last vear 666 here. Mrs. Brandon's home was decorated with cut flowers. A two course menu was served. Because it was Mrs. Echols' birthday, she was the recipient ol several humorous "Old-Fashioned" gifts : which entertained the 'guests. The';eight guests present played rook following the luncheon. ..-..* .^. * Sirs. .Echbts, Compliaentid Twelve in lima le friends of Mrs. Lou Echo!* were guests of Mrs. W. W. .HoUipeter nt her country lioiuc Tuesday evening. The picnic supper was served on the lawn and was followed by dar^ball and rook which entertained the guests. ClMs Has .Hike . "Miss Delia Purtle took 12 members :6f.her Sunday school class of the First Baptist church . for hike Monday evening. They went to McLeod.'5-pond where they cooked supper. • ....,*. * * * Su Boca . Mr., and Mrs. Clarence Hanson announce the birth of a daughter at the. Blythcvllle . hospital today. The,baby weighs eight and a half pounds. Dr. Rosamund's clinic. Mrs. John Levy, of Memphis, |Cycle on wh|ch hc wns M] wll ,. ipenl Sunday nnd Monday here «S pRol)(!rt warren, ran into n wasoii ;ucst of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Daly , oa[1 Qf 1TO , e5 L[ul( , } . g}>a VR& hM Mrs. Harvey McKay Is a patient 11]l5 lltu . rnooll for W!UTC ,V S recov- at the St. Joseph liospllal. Monday night, when the molor- cr y Miss Mildred Mooru is visiting I Tllc two , m(J sUr i K , Tlends In Vk-nua, 111., mid _Blooui- vl |, Ci an( , wcro qlml( , (| to ,, or , Held, Mo. She Is expeclcd home .lie lallcr part of the week. Mrs. A. O. Hudson and dauyli- ler, Catherine, umlmrait tonsllcc- Iliey did not sei! the wagon, nnd lliat it did not have a tall light or reflector of any kind. . Both .were impaled on Hie poles. omics at the Blylhcvlltc hospital T!l . y wcrc rus |i cd lo Ulo llosll i til i yesterday. Sept. •*. when Mailer Mason de- on., wcrc pi-rtormcd ,„ sn \, e , hclr - , ,, . . . Mr, and Mrs, Floyd While and gcn( . y c^a Iwo sons are vlsltliiR Mr. White's j,, all pffort mother in Little Hock for a fcwi . Dllliml. riding Iwhlnri. had ' a ^ 3 - , - , , r Pole thrust through ills abdomen. Mrs. Anna nice, formerly of m]A txMc& cutting his bowels, the Little Rock and Blythcvllle. Is vis- lxj , es n]bo ch |, H)cd „ 5msll piecc Itlng her brother. Jim Slicpurd, (,- om onc hlp llolie . A t |irce-ioot and family. She Is enroutc from n „,,{,„„ o( tne S[lmll in t est i lla had visit, in Hardy, Ark., to Cincinnati, [ 0 i) C removed. O., where she is to make lier warren, driver of the motorcycfo, home with licr son, Dclmar. who had a pole thrust through his nb- Lejianto Community Cans 8,000 Quarts of Food LEPANTO, Ark. — The Lcpanto ' Community KltcKen of the FERA, htifiC»nn«r-*;brj<> quarts of vege- -• tables and fruits, under the tupcr- -vlsion of- Mre. -Earl .Ohisholm, local supervisor.. of ..Lejwnlp. Tile Le- -pjinto "Kitcbe'n. is •'leading all of the canning,, centers. .in tho -.county in the' number of quarts canned. is now employed in Geographical Survey work. Mrs. Charles Gross of lllrnilni;- ]iam, Ala., is the guest ol her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Lang. She and her mother have gone to Pana, III., 'tor a hrlel stay with Mr. and Mrs. Ucnnie Uerflcld. Mrs. Guy Hatcher, ol Memphis. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ernest Ha&son loday. She will be accompanied home by their daush- .er, Miss Marguerite, who will be her guest for several days. Mrs. R. Jledel is visiting rela- ivcs in PortBBevllle, Mo. Mrs. Knigbt Car]»nter will re- um..:to.her home In Marked Tree nlso „,.„, t ^ nA ' VS. MALARIA or Tiblels Cheeks M arli In Three Days. Sure Preventive (SHONE 134 FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE DEFT. MARGARET MOFFIT Announces the Reopening of Her Studio in Dancing and Dramatics Sept. 3rd, 1934 All Types of Dancing. 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