The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 7, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 7, 1934
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H2THEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PR IDA V, SEPTEMBER '1, 1934 Expert Will Give Demonstration Here , BlythevflJe Country club will 1U {«!) Muon with 3- dance y evening when Ralph * tri his orchestra, of will pl»y. PoJlard, entertainment Is In charge of the af- twit A daughter wis born laol night .to Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Codper. at tt Blytheville hospital. The baby elftis nine pounds. Bits oj News '. Mostly Personal '» Dr. and Mrs. Paul Tlpton and SDr. Tipton's sister. Mrs. Arthur [McD»niel. of Scnath. Mo., sixnl *th* weekend in Dyfrsburg. Tcnn. KtJpoo. llwir return Ihey were »c- ^ocihihnifd by IJr. Tiplon's aunts. Sr'Mre.lMattle Todd »nd Mrs. Mollic ^Tlpton wlto are litre now. a Mr', and Mrs. Tom W. Jackson find ' Mn>. Paul L. Tlpton spent f.yitwday in Memphis. v f;-;»|p. and Mrs. U. w". Mullins and fcituthter, BeuUh Eliiabelli, visit- fed tfie Memphis fair yeilcrday. | The Rev. and .Mrs. Ceorge Cool{'*y and three sons will leave io- tB»rrj>» r for their home in Living- t*t«i i Manor, N. Y., after a visit Hwlth, llw !iev. Mr. Copley's bro- ;.!th»r, p. E. Cooley^ and family. En- iiome tiicy will go to Grctn- Mo., where Harold Cooley ft*ill )ciiroll at Drury college, f! Mrs. Aivln Huffman and dauBh- j;Ur, jJettic CUiro, were in Mem- flphls |yesterd«y lor the fair. * Jlmmie Tipton has gone lo the ^•University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, inhere lie will attend school. Sj. Mrs. J»ke Huffman and family 5!.«>ent yesterday in Memphis, jjj.. Mr. «nd Mrs. J. H. Smothermnn a«nd Mr. »nd Mrs. Jimmie Smoth- i ; |«tman motored to Memphis Thurs- ||. .Mr. »ud Mrs. WlUie Slannll and ^daughters. Margiret and Viola, and 51 Mr.-and Mrs. Elzie stanfill, of St. sjLouis, *tre guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sleele-Cooler Society — Persoiiai L. Fox and other relatives V| o«r; the weekend. Mrs. Willie -j Stanp is a sister of Mr. Fox. :'j. Jo™ E. Love will go to llempliu ! i tonight lor a banquet at the iiotel 'P*al»ody lor the McKesson company. At that lime he will be •wankd the. first prtae- for Davlng »on 4 recent selling contest by the . i SIcKesson company. Edgar Boruin i ] went down last evening for a simi- , I J«M* Ha«on left, today for TILS- l-.ic»!ooM, Ala., for a visit at the uni- I -WTslfy, where he attended schoo i I bit jear, before, going to Columbia i I 7 * 01 *-''. 10 . .«?!<* at Columbia Mil A chsrniing school frock llcfti of Scotch plaid woolen 1ms .stitched linen collar, nnd cuffs that arc removable and washable. It's lopped by a pert little felt hat, trimmed willi u feather to mittcli the red stri|ws In the dress. The other classroom outfit (right) consists o! a plaid skirt, buttoned on a white |>lque blouse with I'etcr Tan col- ar, a navy blue, double-breasted co;U with brass buttons, and n blus flannel hat, laced with plaid to match the skirt. Mrs. W. N. Holly and Mis. Hayes Snillh, Mrs. U. B. Holly and daughter, Miss Josephine, inn Mrs. Jerry Holly bjient Weilnesday at llic Mill-South fair hi Mcmpnls Ml»> Ha?.cl Douglas, oi Michigan Is visiting hci grandparents. Mr and Mrs. Charlie Wagsttr, Mrs. Floyd WaEster was hoiless, lu parents of her music students! at u iccltal ut her lioiuc Tuesday] evening. 'I'iiosc taking part ill the •program were Mary France.s and Ai!ecn Wagstev, Wandii Uadgcr. Milclicll Cussfrty, and pkjrenc liter. Mr. ;ii:d Mrs. J. L. Wallace and Mrs. Myrtle Alker have returned to llieli- home at. Clatksdnlc, Miss., »!- loi- a visit with relatives at, Cooler. Mrs. L. L. Uiishlng and daughter. lx>rcnc. Mrs. Lennlc Brooks and (laughter, Mrs. Ruby Rushing, wcve visitois in BlylV.cville Wednesday. P.ntl !•:. Mllbrodt left Thursday lor his home at Jollier, Alk.. aftar a lw« weeks visit here with his mother. Mrs. L. C. Spencer. Mib. E. K. Henschober and dauyll Icr, Ti:ela Jo, and Miss Loulie Copeland, of Fort Worth. Tex., are guests of ihc laller's parcnls. Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Copeland. of Cooler. Mis. D. W. Spfnucr nnd children, Jackie. Helen and Mildred, of Washniiilon, U. (J., who are visiting relatives here, are spending Ihls week in Osccolii, Ark. Mis. Rex Hughes jr. an:l it Irieud oi Hlckmiin, Ky.. arrived here Wednesday to visit llic former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mc/ulains. Miss Hull! Tucker left today for Russellvillc, Ark., where she will enter college September ID. s WEEIiLY SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON' Ilezekiab Leads Folk Back Lo God I 'lf\l: II Clironltlr* 3U:l-;p, i:< i cciuiuering Assyria. Iron and weming despair but- the 'Jhe liiUrnalluiut Unlfoim Siindayj in ins incr.MBe to the. people,'dlune spark W man has [atinc:! i Nclniul Lesion for Srjil. i) Hczi'liiali rcinlndi; Ihnn of Hies.' a il.iine Dl new life and idealism. 1 . . . ihniijs. !!•• u,s.nru"i itii-m that nvil '/ 'f'r.e inllnriu'es Unit created a lia.i lallrn upon tin- n.ition hrc.un' 'revival in Isuwl arc iwwc-rfiil I 1 .' ol ItH' .,siifuhws.s 01 llitiv fatlwrs. ! cn-alc ;i icvival asiiin wliunevcr ;UK! lie appeals io ihom nol in .... iiv W.M. i:. ciii.iiov, D, j». In the luckgroiind ol the pro- utterances of Amos. Hu&a.l.'.liIT-iK.-ckcil like llioie ivlio ha;l t.:cm al work. . ; wherever prophetic Icasloijs <NH set land Micah v:e have seen the fail-: puisued llcir own perverts way. but •uve oi a people io live viglil lives, in sanciljy ll'.emselvcj uiul to s?v and In establish justice and truth'the Lord. Along with this llex-.'- in Hii'ir social and nalionul living.j kiali a:,iinc.i Hi; pi-oplo ol tlic-'l If wo have lliruii.vout history i Lord's yraclou&ness and mercy, tiiat ' the ti-aijic evidences pi failure in ', lie will nol turn mce away iicin I p?r.soivjl and .vjclal liie, ws liavc.j those who «-il| mm to him ami wiiu . ;:^ pl [ ) " 1 "'I, l J 1l j:f" 1u1! |! 11l "'ihV'thc l viIii! f'i«~ IJ.'O. lllanl; God. tile rcCOld i;f groat .-liefk his Wes-illS. l"ui.t<'il'iKMbmn iln Uslui-t in'citd'irrl br •rus ivhen nit-n v.crr aroused lo a Old Folks Like This Laxative EtdliJS ct we?U(ti«<l chgonJv* orsl' Miss Helen Widick, a registered dietitian and fowl dcmonsirator from SI. Luke's hospital. Chicago l give a short course In the Walker system of quick baking meth r ods for bread, light rolls and pastries. The- demonstration will be :cns« or tai'ir coiuillion, and wlii-n. Tin- mdcr (livini- inlluciicc and pruprcl-! litiidis o! ponplu cann.- ID lucp ilw it Ica;lcr6hip. (hi'y purged Itiolr I least ol un!cav:iiej ri'uiy .oub frrjtn -sin :ui:l iT-CjUtbilshed j :mil willing to ri-.s|Kiiid to li-.o f;ill life upon tte higher plane. ol ;i new ciusadc ll is one ol thr-se i>real <JJK>,-|I>, j, j, [| lt . i-Ap.idly ) 0; . rciii'iuance. ] • movMilcnls for .reform, with m r ivu-acin^'ilu; ways \viim- lu- which our lesson deals. U was t-ne, i, i(s ( , OI1C ;UiU . ly . it u Ua , Iilcl Uua i j "full" . — Jf.J fffi m r .Un le. IDwl iiuo the s K^nUilv |'r«Ktib< i'-'C Frir in dclicLO-' l-'«cn J nil" fri>iis. so lodjy ufclv- ^*t but !:•! juy ll.t.r- Cluw njnlu 1 -"' IUIIU for cankliril'Oi 1 - time of Ihc Passover—a lime fia-|cicxl HEAL I'rulcclion PHciw 101 cred In the life and tradition oii,vill lurii lo him. np:n whicli we iM-acl that marked cssftilially build the Mope ol mankind. er Mils away thosr wlio CLARK-WILSON AUKNCY God's protection and the people and his to serve hit i>ur|XM-s. yuidancc of of liirni nl the Woman's club lor ita>s I Yct 'he pries:s themselves, who starting Tuesday, September II. It Is also planiiL'd to linve several spec-Ill 1 classes to be iinnounccd lat '[he work-l his never rc.v"'.K".l : i" dark ;i c<rnrfilion of dcgrnria- Cienerul Insurance Wo Pay All Lossss'HVilh a Smile" jni,,,., B. Clark - Baker WilWJii onglil lo haw l>ceii leading in thai celebration, were nol ^inclined—a Jack ur. These demonstrations are giv- I puriliculion ihui. en Ihrouxli llic courlcsy o! Mer-I IZK| ll condition o[ heart. chants Grocer company, who arc I distributors of Blair's Certified Kit-. u » ia!l "" ;i " ""** circuiiiMiinces clien Time savei.v i tl'al llezckiuli rallied tin; leaders Mmr.unls Grocer company dis-1 ° [ lsracl allrt • lilll;il > t(1 tribute:; in thh territory. Blair's!™' 1 tllc I* 1 "!' 15 lllilt ' r -<-T Cerlilieil lamily flour, ccrlilleil cake I otocive the p.iuovcr in snu-eiity flour. Ccrtincti Iiislant Biscuit flour. !lllcl '" repenlunce. CcrlllU-rt Pimento nour, and oilier &u t! ' c nwssiic went lovlh ln>ui products ol Ihls company. Whlb iierc Helen Widick will also conduct a question box on prudieal cooking and will answer any written questions Ihc j>cople oE (his city carc lo .submit lo her on wokum probiciu., ami diets. Calumet News Hornersvillc Society — Personal Dr. V. H. Bond returned home Tuesday evening .after altcmling Zebra, near Ticre. The car was demolished ami l|s occupants were seriously cut and bruised . They were taken to the Blytheville hospital. Earl M. Coppagc entertained last Thursday night with a fish fry in honor of Miss Lula Dec Martin, ol Hartford. Ky., liouscgucsl of ttie Coppage family. Those present were Mrs. John A. Clark Wins High Party Post! Mrs. John A. Clark. Uekiilb. Miss., who yesterday wiis clrct?d Dejnocralic imllomi! cominittecwo- man by the Mississippi state executive committee, is a sister of Mrs. C. C. Uing.slon. of this city. Mrsi Clark succeeds Mrs. Ellen S. Woodward, resigned. The new coinmiuccwoman is the wife of Slate Senator John funeral services for ills brother. Bub Wind. "Punch" Marlin. Jos Dr. J. B. Bond.-who died Sunday Coppugc and Tommy Tlpton, ol Ca- n(tc'in6diT"at "his" home In Nash- ' ruthersvllls, and Misses fxira Kath- villc, Tcnn. Dr. Bond, member ol ' ryn, Marie and Mildred Long. Nina the Tennessee state board of Huckaba, Jewel Lewis, and Viola Clurk, member state to their home in Clarksvllle, dui-lnjf tr.e week end alier "" jl vltjt with Mrs. Fort's mother. Mrs .T. J. Mahan, snd family. health, was token ill nl Martin, Term., while on u business trip. The body was Inkeii to Union City, Tcnn., for burial. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. I'. Bryant and daughter, f.5tes Cora, of Horntvs- villc, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles j Woodruff, oi Lopanlo, Ark., it- ly from Chicago, spent n week ill llic A. Smith, formerly of who has been in Little Several months where she . *«s -connected vritti tire slate re:•• JKf organisation, is now a county ..supervisor, with headquarters at : pen ton. « "»> » visit in Little Bennett, nnd Willard Long, Frank Long jr., and Frank Grinstend. Miss Beulah Huffman, who sjxnt the summer with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Huffman, returned Sunday to her scliool «l Thebes, III. Miss Lula Dee Martin, oi Harl- committee and L> also a hw ot Jiidge Georae Elhridgo of Ihe; slate supreme court. She has managed two governor campaigns. Mrs. Clark has u number of friends here, whom she has met while visiting Mi. and Mrs. Langston. So Hie Ire kirn; ;mri ma all Israel ai::l Judnh, from to Beerslicba; Dial is. trom !hu nurl'.iEin Lily lo the raoM. oni. It tt-.i.-, a mesaiigi! o'. siprval in (tic |>ei>i):o io linn to ire Lorrt and lo'cr:ilr '.hcm.^?!\t'.> • •» :V rebiiililing nl the iiattai in n-fit:- cousni'E.^ nnd (null. Il- was ;v time ol huiiiili^'.ion wlicn ihc nation suffered c;?- Mis. li. A. Hal) is sick lliis ncek.licat in war an.l nv.en many had! Mr. and .Mrs. J. H, Guincs have | keen carried oil into cap'.ivhy by rcturncd from » visit with friends I- and relatives at Driver Grove.' 1 Mra. lintel Andrews was called to< Uachville Sunday by Hie serious | r .. _ illnes.s oi Iier grandson, Glcncs; tvcrclt McDowell Ga(c\\'ood. Mifs Eula Hull ha.s relumed Irom visit mill her sister. Miss Jamie D'. Po'k. ut Half Moon, Rlcliard Hall hac returned Iron: a vacation trip to New Mexico. A large crowd attended the (lance given by C. W. liichardson Saturday night. Wyiic Olover is sick this uci-k. THE WISE OLD OWL by /ESSOLUBE AND ESSOLENE \MAKE YOUR MOTORING • V SERENE.' SMOOTHER PERFORMANCE Instructor of VIOLIN AND A1,L HAND .INSTUUMliNTS Studio^— 'Ml Lake tit. l-'irot unptlst Chureli Head Com Icr News Want PIANO PUPILS Enroll JN'ou- MINNIE LEE JONES lilfi Cltk'kasawba Plionu 102b' I'Ujilil -10-Minutu LOKSUMS—S-l.UU A Moiitli Started Line of Descendants WHITEPJELO. N. H. (UP) — When Mrs, Eliza Myoll married al 14 and had twins at 15 she started something. Mrs. Myott, now 73. i: lord, Ky.. who has been visiting \ the mother ol nine children, live Miss Dorothy Coppage, returned Sunday to her home, accompanied by Miss Dorothy and Joe Bob Coppage. Adams, ol Paragoiilrt, was the week end guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Skinner. Raymond Gallaher returned Monday to Calico Rock. Ark., alter Mr. an ( j Mrs. J. C. LltMe, of Detroit, Mich., lull last Friday Icr ilielr home aller spending a week here wiiu Mrs. Lilllc's molhcr, Mrs. Mary Klllian, lior sister, Mrs. Hoy Gooch, and her "crolheis, Ham and Robert Klllian. Mrs. Mary . .. ... .. Killian accompanied them to DC- I spending ilie week end with troit and will spend several months i Parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gulla- Ihere. licr. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie V. JuJen, 1 Tho baby ol Mr. 1 MJ-S. Kloyd and chlldien, of Memphis, Mrs. G. I Hamlet, fflikh died at birth at the E. Juden. M«. Mcna Helm, and Blylhevlllc hospital Saturday, was the Misses Mildred nnd Marjory buried (it Cooler Sunday. Helm, of Carulhmvitlc, were j Miss Madeline Dodd. ol Dcnlon, of Mr. and Mrs. U. S. I visited her sister. Mrs. J. B. Dye, of whom arc still living, a grandmother of 31. grea-grnndinother of 51 and ercal-great-grandmolher of ive children. ' from a rU il U, sells. Tenn. J^t ,, rman mid children \^ {, HC l ace Walpole attc the Memphis fair yesterday. d "' A ' C«nrav and '»ve arrived home ilrown last L'ridav. i over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Timiln lell I Mr - mid Mrc. Uither bwcency, Sunday for Chicago lo 5|Knd n' of Tr«evnnt. r Tcnn.. 5 |>ciit. Hund«y week at the Jair. , here. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Matthews and daughter. Miss Catherine Lee. . . of Dexter. Mo., spent Sunday here JtIeT t t l n nOIlth 8E ° lo "" lsl 'l W l'« « * n «T.? r f.! e ' also ^topped in Mr. and Mt.s. W. H. Soyell nnd cliildren lefl Tuesday fjr r«lr Pealing, where they will .spend two nionths while Mr. Krwcll lias tome improvement nwrtc on liis farm there. | ^ B. A. Schilland. ol Cauilli. B. ['. ]li:iy and Van Ovan Marriage of Lepanlo Couple Is Announcer. Mil'AN'IO. Ark.- -Mr. and Mrs. C II. Hlr.tkcr ol Lcpanlo. iiniioiincc 11«- Piiarilace 01 (heir daiiglitei. repgie. I., Knmiclt While. OTII ol Mr. and Mrs. J. .1. while, also ol 666 .Iqwid, Tablets, S.ilve, Nuso Uru Jhtcks Malaria (n :< tUjs, Colds llrsl day, or Ncui.ilji. in ^JU minutes. Fine Laxative and 'I'ouic Most Speedy Remedies Known , al Marl °" in ID33. News Read Courier News Want A<B. PURE Chilled By Krlslrtalre Safe • Sanitary Flnl - 1e Quurl - 12c CRAIGS DAIRY Plioiic 74 / >c^ r =.p> r^* 31 ^ ~. 1 1 * Hospital Notes \. • Admitted: Mrs. Oiils Browning, i irtty; Mrs. Rex Hughes, Tyler, Mo! •Tests by the U. 8. Department! ILlotAgrlcuHure .fcavc Indicated ihatl r tt*l»'p*lnttd green attract more •• iaKctc-Uun Then painted any oth-! or{ odor. I 'limp persons s'crc hurl c-cnmis- ly and a iminber cl oUicrs suslaiiird minor injuries Saturday niplu a car Irom Milan. Tcnn.. 'col- truck driven by Webb I lided wilh Marjorie Duckett Teacher, All Tyjic-s of Dancing. Ballroom Class Friday Niyhts Studio at. Uolcl NoUc Guaranteed Permanents ... at a low price in nn m <nnri i[i ;irqu<ilnt >ou ullh uur new 6ho;> .mil v\\l\ ll'i % hiE'i '(iiality of inir «dik we urc nflcrlng ^ot^l t:i-m|iili;iu>l.' Oil rriinanriil.s a' ;i very Inv. price. We hav? r.cvv rnni\i- nirnl. ntul llrcnsrd n)y:ni(or5. Miss S|>cct;. n pcimaiin.i ir;ue !>|>ccialLsl. is i:unncct?il will! our shop. TWO TKHMANKNTS $2.50 iBolh M»5i Be Given Together! Jackson's Beauty Shop .'IIS N. 2nd vSl. Phone 79S One Block North of Court House TO THE RETAIL CUSTOMER: If li;ih always fjtun lliu polii-.v of Merchants Grocer C-'uiiipnny lo sivc (heir ctisiointrs (lie fit'sl iiroiiiicls ;iv;iiliil)k> in cvtry line. .Iiisl iK'CMti^u so tiuiny [i(.'ii|!li! ;ni' uiirlk-llitir nliriii! fit-iir is (he re.'ison we ofl'ei inn m-slouters (hu best Iliii! we niii liny. Afk'r a thorough study of the hiKii (jtiiilily, linking resullH, ;ind (he consumer accept mice it luis in oliiiT Inide areas we have ilettdcil !o ofrer our'jinei.-i Uliiii'u "Certilied" Flour I'ixira- uriliiuuy. The first c;irli>;!il of Hl;iir's \\mtr- lias arrived in l!ly- Ihcville al our wareluniae, and (his i|tiulity produc! should lie availalik- al your neighborhood grocer today. 'I'ukc julvanfa^e <if llic siicci'.il offer «f a fdnpitn woiili l")t on Ihc purchase cf a sack of "Certilied Hour' 1 as explained fietow. MISS HELEN WIDICK .N> I ions I JJiplitinii ;ni[l Uumr Ijr Heirncr K.vpvrl \V!H Uondutl A FBEE COOKING SCHOOL Sl'.l'TCMCKH H-1Z-13 Womens Clitlj - - Blytheville IJIjii';; other Inaiuls. "Sunw Wliilc" and ".Maple Lvaf" an- :il-:u distribufcil by us. fJolh hr:inil.s are alisohilt'ly [iiiarantecd lo Rive entire, :-:al Call al yc'isr grocers' und. leave your name. We will send dirccl lo you a coupon good (or 15c «n the purchase price of a sack o( Ctrtified Flour. One coupon lo each {amiiy. DISTRIBUTED BY Merchants Gro@er Co. Wholesale Grocers Blair's Cerlified Biscuil Flour Blair's Certified Cnkc Flour Blair's Certified Wheat Cereal BLAIR'S CERTIFIED FLOUR Blair's Certified Waffle and Pancake Flour.

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