The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 10, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 10, 1934
Page 2
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Hkfe mo •MTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS with their grandpar- »nd Mrs. K. P. Cullom and Miss Eula Davis Cullom, returned lo heir home Thursday. tm: ,, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Gray have'nold. I- M» r n 9 , l ! e6ts ., U ' ls w " k Mrs °-! s ' °' nra «1on is 111 with mala- t. Mitchell and son, Olendon, ol;ria at his home. Social Calendar ' THrjRSUAV-S EVENTS U-..D. C. •meeting with Mrs. T. G. Seal, 2:30 p.m. TUESDAYS EVENTS Royal Neighbors meeting with Mrs. Lucy Barksdale, 7:30 pan. WEDNESDAY'S "EVENTS Ladies Bible study of Church of Christ, nieetli'-s with Mrs. O. D. Grimes, 2:30 p.m. Bits of Neves Mostly Personal Miss Elmyra Caldwcll Weds Mr. Logronc Whittle Miss Elmyra CainwcH und Mr. Logrone Whittle, bofii of this city, were united In marriage Saturday evening. The Rev. D. -K. Foster, pastor of the First Baptist church at Caruthcrsville, Mo., performed the service nt his home. Members of the families and a few of their most Intimate friends motored up lor the ring ceremony. The bride wore a deep arc en flat crepe autumn frock trimmed with touches of while satin and the short coal had full sleeves. She wore brown accessories. Miss Mary Hires, as maid ot hiSnor, wore n black flat crepe dress trimmed wllh white fuillo crepe and the sleeves were cj; lull at the shoulders. Mr. Leon Scott, of Caruthns- ville, was Mr. Whittle's best man. Mr. and Mrs. Whittle are now at home with Mrs. C. a. Hires al 709 West Walnut street. Mrs. Ilusiell 1'hllllps spent Saturday in Memphis. . James Arthur jr., has arrived home from Poilatevllle, Mo., where he spent the summer with Ills father. Mr. anil Mrs. John L. Fox huve r.s their guest, Mrs. Mary E Thacker, of Little Rock, molhei of Mrs. Fox. Frank Allen Daniels, of Hickman, Ky., who spent the weekend at Curulhi-rEvllIc, was also thu guest of his fluncee, Miss Mar jorle Stewart. Mrs. Koixrl Miilone has returned to her home in Puce, Miss., after a visit wllh her parents. U, S. Branson and son, U. S. Jr. went to Conway over the week end when 1 U. S. Jr. enrolled at Ilendrlx college. Miss Hobble Lee Klnn, who 1ms been at the Blythevillc hospital following a major ojicratlun informed 24 days ago. was removed yesterday to the Iwme of hei slsttcr, Mrs. Leonard W. Holt, li a Cobb nmbnlnnce. She Is n<»» much Improved anil will probably be up In about ten days. Nancy and Doris Wilson undcr- .The bride, who Is the itaiiglilci wcnt lonsllcctonilcs al the Mcm- of Mr. and Mrs. O. U. Caliivcll. is a graduate of the city high school nnd later atlendcd Arkansas State college al Jonesboro. The bridegroom, who is the son of l-< and .Mrs., C. H. Whittle, is a graduate of Blythevilie high phis Methodist haspltnl Friday. Mis. Fariuiworlh Hlnrk a daughler. Bflty, Mrs. W. J. I'ol- lurd and Miss Sue Uutl simil Saturday In Memphis. Miss Idn Mae Warren, who hns nursing Ih a hospital a school. He Is now connected with I Batesville. Ark., has returned here the R. b. Hughes Qln Co. | an d Is now nt home witli Drs -- — I Carl and Edna Nlcs. U. D. C. Has Tag Day 'l Mrs. J. K. Onriicr. of Murvcll The tag Day. held by the local ] A"*., spent the weekend here a; , U. D. C., Saturday for the bcrieiil " le t" c51 uf relatives. of the.;. Memorial fund, netted I . RIis s Dorothea Rogers left Sat ii7.07, The prize of $1, lor sell- urday for Cohway where she Is u oUirned from Mcna, Ark., whrre ')c atlcndefl the Pastors nnd ['enehi-rs conference of the Ark- insas-Wcsl Tennessee Conference if the Lutheran church. Mrs. Chillies L. 8luhb.s and Mm, Jharles, have returned from their umincr vacation. They siwnt mosl if the lime in Blodgcll, Mo, cx- Wilson Society — Personal -cpt for a ten days motor trip l«! Nl ' tlle Ellla La »'ium relcbri he Alanac coast, wllh Mops ul Ml ' r tw(!l "» ''"'"'day wilh a pi Nashville, Ashcvllle, N 0 Sav«n-i '™ ay n| 8 lu - Guests Inclu Nnshvllte, Ashcvllle, N. 0.. Savan- inh and Alhnlii, Cia., and dial includcc MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1934 ents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. . Corinth, Miss. Miss Maxino Wallace has returned from Denver, Col., where she was the guest, of Miss Mildred I Oullln. Mrs. Florence Copcland has re- 1 Huffman News Mis. J. M. Crockcll and Mis. ••••" of btcelc, Mo., visited forced to icenter liic hospital Fii- day. i -Mrs. Sidney Miller jr. and son. | Sidney, of Cooler, visited relatives (here Wcdnsedtiy afternoon. \ Mr. and Mis. C'^tU- Coiiduiid. 1 of nciir licelfool Uikc, Tcim.i wore jjiiesls of Mr. and Mrs. C. Marjorie Duckctl Tnachcr. All Typos n f Dancing. Dallroom Cluss Fridny Niyhis Sltidio al Hotel Noble and Memphis. - I -. Maude ' Mrs. Ringer's sister, Mrs. Ora Laughter, al Cleveland, Miss. nieclini; :il ,„ . „ u mm iierL- 1 r. L. Strecter, Charles Bcall and i Ml . ,,.., ,,,. 0 •niupll r.nfnHh u« =..„ ,... •"'• a "d Mis nve persons: hi the Mississippi river ni-nr here Tuesday. Mno.... _. Is visiting In the city. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. M Huffman und son, f|lx?n, '}iy.endc(l the Meni|>hls fair Salurday. Mrs. Alia Johnson.'of Nashville .tnd Murfrecsboio, 'I'l-iin., who hits Be-on .Vc yiiesl of her nlrera, Mrs. 1 O. Wcslbrook and Mrs. H. H. Brandon, is qwiiding ih[.s ux>c!< wllh her niece, Mrs. M. Fiiffiltn- an-1 ' ...o.,-. ^..tit.riL'i uiwuuuu *• **• ^im-ii-i, i>udiii-!> UCEIII nno , al . [Je>hn Douglas jr., Robert Passley Lowell Goforlh left, Sunday for IT. H. Caraway Jr., Woodrow Slof^ Fayettcville, where they will at... 1 He. f!ll!lrlri: VIcnlinHa.. r n xl«.., n l/»irf Mm n.i1im«..u.. _r . .< ^11. ' *• *'• ^"KlTH^ JJ ., TTWUTUW BIOI^ join Cocliran, of Caiml, III ] ll<! - Cnar '< ;s Klsclander, Johnnie iHiur it, iim ^n,. We.slhrook, Jane Carpenter, Kuth Day Hinder, Billy Caraway, Helen Slotilc, '. Geneva Tei-! day from St tend the University of Arkansas. Mrs, Eva Kcrlln and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cross returned Wedncs- oiviuc, iwiouiy viniy, ucneva Tei- ""J lr ™i 01. LOUIS, where they ly, Lucille Terry, Alice, Jean alid were callcd b V the'death of Mrs J:iiw wiiiiom, Kerlln's brother-inijiw, Joe -Len. nick . • • ' % . - - Jane Williams. Mrs. Cone Murphy was a guest when Mrs. Joe Cullom entertained the Wednesday bridge club la-st week. Mrs. John Enoclis hid '''••'•; 'score. ... , , r. and Mrs. Jack Kirkpalrlck w. J. Pollurd, B. A. Lynch mull have gone to Chlcaeo to spend a Max H. Reid returned yesterday j week at the fair. Jl?.'!, 1 ..."^ 10 fz . oct wllcrc tlic y llt " I Newell and yuentln Jerome, MIIS Mr. and Mrs. Earl !>. Sullivan and daughters, Earlcnc and Lou- dauijhter, Carolyn, ol .,_„„.„ Tenn., who have been visiting Mi ing the most lags, went to Billy This moriey will be used toward the, purchase of bronze lablets lo 'mark boulders erected here and al CKceola In honor of Confederate soldiers of Mississippi county. * * • Uantj-Koark. Mrs. W. C. Lawler has announc- ed.the marriage of her niece. Miss Barbara Roar!;, to Mr. Dick Haney, the wedding having been solemnized Saturday evening. They are: at" home'.with,the bridegroom's parents. .. KeterrJllens Made For BtUft, Book Party. Reservations may be made wilh Mrs. M. G. Goodwin for the benefit bridge and rook party lo be given by the Elmwood Cemetery association Frldiiy afternoon. 2:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Engene Dickinson, on the south highway. Tickets are 25 cents. Hospital Note* student at Arkansas State Teachers college. Mrs. Winnie Tlmckeray, ol Knoxville, Tenn.. Is visiting in the city, Mrs. Edgar Henicl; und son have arrived^ home from a visit In Colorado and Oklahoma where they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Spurgcon Patterson nnd daughter, Vivian, of Birmingham, Ala., arrived Friday al- lernooii for o visit with Mrs. w. T. Oi»rs£. mother of Mrs. Patterson. Mrs. Patterson mid Vivian will be hcre'sevcral weeks nnd Mr. Patterson will spend .sonic of the weekend here while traveling In Mississippi urid Tennessee. Mrs. Hugh Nelson lliamusoii and two sons returned last night from » vlsll In Memphis. Mr Thompson molored down for them They have taken the former J. E. WhiUvorth home on Wesl Walnut street. L. E. Old, of Memphis, ipent j the weekend with Mrs. Old. The Rev. II. J. Klclntllcnsl hn: Admitted jo the Bl.vtheville lids- £•„, pital: Flossie May Johnson. Dragg ° City. Mo.; qrndy Lcc Markhiiin, (>i A ilk Wll «n\! if'I.' Osceola; Mrs. J. K WhiUvorth ' '' bUIN At'''' citv; J. f. May Lcachvillo nk'i Ucncral Insuranre missed: Miss Bobbtc ul K° g 7° ^ A " IXKSCS Wll!l a *"'*' city. "uuun. u.t ^ing. | James U. Clnrk - liaker Wllsoi WANT REAL DUALITY CLEANING • pur srpute men strive to be ;il yonr cloor- • step when you need service, but naturally •: they cannot always anticipate your demands. May we Jioiut out, Ilien. flial your telephone will bring our service to you at ^ .any hour you desire il. Barnes* NU'WA CLEANERS Phone 180 Get Rid of Malaria! Ise, accompanied by Mrs, Sullivan's mother. Mrs. J. w. Maloney spent the weekend In Memphis intruding the fair and visiting relatives there and In Yorkvllle, Tenn. They returned home Sunday after spending the day nt Yurkvlllc where they attended n reunion of :I2 persons al the home of Mrs. Muloney's father, J. L. _ . , „ Henderson. There were four B en-1 «M»WA Chills and FeVcr, emtions present. , T(} m , []llcr Majilm mj|5l ( Mrs. John Webb continues 111 nt j two things. (1) Ucstrov the Infu her home on Wcsl Main street. lion tn the blood. (2) Build »n tl Harold Wo ek and his father ' ' the Rev. W. V. Womack, went, to Little Hock where the Rev. Mr. Womack nltcnilctl n stale convention. Harold stopped al Convoy for a visit bcfoie golhe to t'ay- cllcvllle where lie will attend the Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Henbesl hud state university. as their guests for the weekend Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Raincy, o[ Little R6Vk. Mrs. J. E. Whitworlh underwent on operation today nt the Blythevilie hospital for ' the am- inilalion of her foot. She had ocini seriously ill from diabetes for some time. Her condition is fair. When an Australian bulldog ant s cul in two, the fionl anrt rear 's will nghi each other. blood to overcome the effects «.. lo fortify against further att-ie There Is one nscdlcinc thai doi these two things and thai Grove'c Tasteless Chill Tonls: Tl quinine in drove';. itss Chill Tonic destroys the inn arir.l infection In the blood wlii the iron builds up the blood. Thoi sands of people have conqiiere Malaria with the aid of Grotv Titilelcss Chill Tonic. In addillo tr beiiif! a noted remedy • ft-r Ma nrla. it Ls also an excellent ton of general use. yrovc's Taijlelc Chill Tonic is pleasant to lalM ai contains nothing harmful, Eve children like it and they can tai it saiely. For sale by all store Now lira sizes—50c nnd $1. Tho , size contains V.~ times as i.iuc as trie 50c size and gives you more for your money. The FASHION Is Pleased to Announce a Special One Day Showing of FUR COATS and NECKPIECES Wcdne§day,Scpt. 12th Under the Personal Direction of MR. SIDNEY BAER of the Memphis Fur Shop, Memphis, Tettn, Mr. Baer will be glad Lo lend his expert assistance in selecting the proper type of fur coat for the school Miss, Debutante % or Matron, lie will also assist you iu suggestions for the re-styling or repairing of your present fur coat or neckpiece. The FASHION pick. Mrs. Rilcy 3. Jones, >ot Dlythe- vlllc. who has been' visltrng her parents for several days, returned to her home Saturday. Mrs. Martin Ellis, of Monette, is visiling her sister, Mrs. Henry Wctcher. Jo Anne, Jackie and J. Bryan ohnson Jr. have returned, lo their -Meginners and Advanced Pupils Unroll Now for Convenient Hours MINNIE LEE JONES Kit'lit''15-3Iiiiulu Lessons Campbell, Mo., were ncsday. ^Mrs. Hillic Kay returner! to her Hot Summer Needs Cool Laxative In iliii dot wither, rate thl .•(rn-A-niint. ih« dcJiriouj ^ .*<»*[«. All you r»i« it it FNvpij jmt ill you >W j|[oi .iiitive infcHicnt ihit < Kril-r. And hefiuM >•, .jttd, *nd the Uxilike j» diitribuieiTi i<m!f but thorough Jction, DeUy "it^jr, 1 I Mv'lherrJShM*" ^" k °" Mhedu(e ' r " ! H what pops into my mind wlieit I hear.. the cigarette that SATISFIES 41*H litcirr 4 Mmi TotKca Co.

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