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Blytheville Courier News Newspaper Archives May 27 1935, Page 2

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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - May 27, 1935, Blytheville, Arkansas And mrs. Picnic James social Calendar tuesday s events May breakfast sponsored by Vav. M s. First methodist Church Lawn of u. S. Branson Homo. Mrs. Dixie Crawford having Young matrons Bridge club. Literary department. Woman a club having meet ii at Barfield meeting Hills Home 3 p. M w de n esd ayes even t s mrs. Paul Hackie jr., having wednesday Bridge club. Bible study of Church of Christ meeting with mrs. B. S. Shelton i to us Davs events sunbeams meeting at first Baptist Church 4 p. M. Mrs Byron Morse having thursday luncheon club. Mrs. Roland Green having thursday Bridge club. Mid week Bridge club meeting with mrs. W. L. Horner. Mrs. G. E Kook having thursday Bridge dub. Mississippi county b t. U. Is meeting at Dell 7 30 pm. La shot Brown. Or and mrs. Alvin a. Brown. Of Steele. Mo., announce Tho mar their daughter Martha to or. William c. La Bly the Ville. The Cere performed Al Caruth wednesday night by mag Elliott. Bride and Groom were Albe or. And mrs Vernon of tills City. Brown is a graduate of the High school and for the has been Dace of Elizabeth shot of Mony a e a svelte Istrate the tended Osborn mrs. Steele past nine months reviving training As a nun Blytheville Hospital. The Groom is the son of or. And mrs b. B i. Ashot of this City. He is employed by the Arkansas Missouri Power company. The couple will make their Home Here. $ a Coiroli mints mrs Ware. Mrs. C w Antick complimented mrs. R n Ware formerly of i in of now of Tallulah la., when had Eglit guests for lunch a Bridge game Friday two course menu was served Gay with colourful flow and she and a at tables ers. Mrs. Russell Phillips won the prize handkerchief. And mrs wares gift was handkerchiefs. La a a it Bridge party. Or a. B a. Lynch and or Alta Mac Darlington entertained 2h guests 4<jf Bridge Friday evening at the left re new mrs when mrs. E m. Coffey and i Edgar Coffey of Spokane. Wash. House guests of or. And mrs m o u Rev. Were out of town guests. Lovely summer Flowers decorated three rooms used for the Bridge games in which mrs. Whit Good Man won first prize lingerie. Or Hazel Sample received hosiery for holding the Lucky tally and the two mrs Coffey were presented handkerchiefs. A Frozen fruit salad plate was served. A a i nary depart men to meet Al Bai Field. Members it the i Horary department. Of the woman s club and any guests they wish a have will have the Las meeting of Tho 1934-25 season on the Banks it the Muse Sippi River at Barfield tuesday afternoon. Pile program on Mark Twain will precede a picnic a Amper with each member taking a Basket. The women will meet at the Home of mrs. James Hill. Jr., at 3 o clock. An bits of Netts mostly personal mrs. M. T. Moon has returned from a ten Days stay in Durham and Ash Boro. N. Where she was guest of the Rev. And mrs. William Cooley mrs. Cooley is her daughter. Or Moon met her in Memphis last night. Wilson Crane is critically ill at the Home of his brother c. J. Crane. Or. And mrs. Clarence vol liner and mrs. W. J. Wunderlich Are in Memphis today. Fred Sandefur has gone to Chicago for a business trip of Sev eral Days. Underwent an of at a Memphis has re Noval of an Eye had lost his sight. Mrs. Christine fur Bob Wilks a cum miss Oma Purcell is Bride of de grooms Leachville grooms and miss Onia Purcell both of Leachville were married by a. O. Long Justice of the peace at Cardwell to in the presence of Jewell Purcell and Benzoin Mcfarland a few Days ago. Hie Bride is the daughter off e. Purcell member of a Pioneer family of Dunklin county Missouri. Tile Purcell came from Alabama a Hundred years ago and settled within a mile of the present site of Cardwell. The couple will make their Home in Leachville. Carl Davis jr., above was chosen grand Champion baby in the relent baby show of the Quot festival of Progress Quot sponsored by the business and professional and woman s clubs. The award was Basan on health and Beauty. Ile is shown holding the championship cup Jean Tiller. It below daughter of or and mrs Frank Tiller was Winner of the prettiest girl contest. Other winners in the contests were Sophia Anne bought daughter of i and mrs. Charles Bruin Healthiest Bain and Charles Russell Lutes Mast handsome baby Tov. Sen Bern. I and Are parents of Day afternoon Hospital. The pounds. Hayes Lawn Sun Blythe Vilh ugh eight Impre pc s were Lent of work Tai Day Lei w. W Shaver a. G Hall and v. G. Holland. In Ellis also had mrs. Foster s Mother. Mrs j. Vav Harris of Laws Angeles. Calif., and a table of Rook players mines. E. M. Terry. I l. Wart. George w Barham and b. M. Baysinger mrs. Washburn won tile prize award and mrs. Ward Tho Rook honors both received vases. Salad course was chocolate cake and a Chicken served with Coffee. Fri pfc Tho Ai Cen members winds Alit Repin lid for by tin carried of d in tile a for the at the preceding to Jug a social he lug entertaining the member a pot Luck lunch being ser this meeting which was fume of mrs. For san tory Mer qui plans completed i or May breakfast. Tile annual May brr1 sorted by the woman society of the first Church will be tomorrow beginning at 6 o clock. Mary methodist morning it is to to compliment graduates. Members of the graduating class of the City High school will be guests of Honor at a dancing party to be Given by the business and professional women a club this evening. 8 of clock at tin Atu Eriean legion hut. Tin1 carnival idea is to be earned out in the informal affair. A a a plan training class for vacation school. The Fust Baptist Church will a daily vacation Bible school opening june Lolor boys and girls Between the Ages of 5 and 16. George Wilson of Ark., will begin a this evening tor will conduct tile series of lectures w ill the first Baptist tile Rev. Smackover training Claa leaders who school. This be held at Church. The daily vacation Bible school idea us not a new one Here As they have been held a number of tunes with local churches participating. According to the espouses this school offers a Peculiar advantage for continuous periods in which it is possible to plan and carry out activities that would be in of sible in briefer periods of longer intervals armless girl teaches self to play piano be served on the s. Branson Home Homer in charge Lawn of the a we h or. W. I of arrangements new Bridge club formed. The Cotton Bridge club. Recent in formed had a party thursday afternoon at Tho Home of mrs. J a Ellis at Barfield members of the club which will meet each thursday a iter noon arc mines. Weihs John c. Mchaney. A m. Washburn. Ruby Miller Ollie Fos jol1et, in. It us using nose and Chin to touch the 19-Yoai old Helen Wilhelmi Learned to play the piano More than average skill. When her arms failed to cute a iop after birth. Helen set about learning to utilize other members of the body for duties usually done by tile hands. In addition to playing the piano miss Wilhelmi is Able to operate a a writer with a Pencil held in her Mouth read courier news want ads. I let o t i p of Browne a lotion fails to kill ringworm infection return it to your druggist. Who will cheerfully refund your Money due and $1.00 bottles. Sold by Kirby drug stores. A adv. 7 John Webb elation today Pital for the in which he his daughters vis and mrs. Ponied him. Miss Maxine Crook spent yesterday in Memphis with Jimmie Williams who underwent an operation upon his ankle saturday at Campbells clinic. While his condition is not critical he is quite ill from the operation. He was severely injured in a fire Early in april. Among those who attended the dog races at West Memphis saturday night were or. And mrs. F. B. Joyner. Or. And mrs. Fled Sandefur or. And mrs Oscar Bailey or. And mrs. Russell Marr. Mrs. Brownie Wilson Storey and Bon Latimer. Winibeth Buckley daughter of or. And mrs. Earl Buckley is ill at the family Home on Hearn Street. Or and mrs. Pat Hargett were in Memphis last night. Flank Webb spent yesterday at Hernando miss., As the guest of miss Ethel Emerson. Or. And mrs. W l. Horner and son Jack spent yesterday in Bloomfield to. Mrs. John Sullenger of Willow Springs. Mo., was the weekend guest of mrs. Wyatt Henley. Miss Grace Mcfarland and brother. Bernard and Frank Tiller. Motored to Jackson. Tenn., sunday. They were accompanied Home by mrs. Tiller and daughter Jean who had Bern visiting there and Junior Bradley of Jackson who will visit or. And mrs. Tiller for a week. Mrs. F. L. Husband who has been ill several Days is still confined to her bed. Or and mrs. E. M. Coffey and mrs. Edgar Coffey of Spokane. Wash., who have been guests of or. And mrs. M o. Usrey for several Days left yesterday for Mississippi. Miss Jennie Marie Crowder has returned to Memphis after a visit with her Kotlier mrs. T j. Crowder and family. Everett b. Gee has been attending to business in St. Louis for several Days or. And mrs. Sam Orgel and son. Of Caruthersville were guest of or and mrs i Rosenthal and daughter miss Francise. Yesterday Nelson Thompson of Memphis Sprat the week end at Home returning to Memphis this afternoon. The condition of miss Adah h Donoho which has been critical for some time is unchanged. She us at the Blytheville Hospital mrs Carrol Thompson of Memphis. Is the House guest of mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson this week. She arrived saturday accompanied by miss Bonita Bruce and j l Thompson. Jr., who had been visiting in Memphis and who returned Here miss Mabel Hogan who has been ill several Days is now better. Miss manic Bowman and brother Paul of Troy tenn., spent the weekend with their Cousin. Mrs. Leslie Hooper or. And mrs. Frank Dulaney and or. And mrs. W. D. Cham Blu attended the races in West Memphis saturday evening. Or and mrs. George Shanks and son. Gene silent several Days in Williford Ark., with mrs. Shanks patents. Or. And mrs. C m Hughes going Over especially Foi the graduation exercises of her brother. Woodrow Hughes. The were accompanied Home by mix Helen Hughes and her brother. Wilson Hughes misses Virginia Martin and Jennie Wren Dillahunty. Who Are to ants at the University of Arkansas. Fayetteville will go to Kilgore Texas for a visit before returning Home for the summer they plan to arrive Here june 15 society personal these Iowa triplets have kept the same Pace together from birth to Young womanhood and All three i will be graduated late this month at Christian College. Columbia to. A mischievous looking Trio Are Dorothy Doris and Dorcas Mcpherron from Oakland in the Hawkeye state but they done to let their fun interfere with their Scholastic standing. Each will receive an associate in arts degree. Byron Bryant Mes. Ola Stan Fil f l. Kelly Russell Brooks and vie Sigler and miss Martha Wal Ker attended a meeting of the Eastern Star at Steele thursday evening. Jack Hall drove to St. Louis saturday and returned with his wife who has been in St. Luke a downtown Hospital. Goeffrey Johnson is in the St. Went to mrs. Charles miss Khourie received the score award and miss Harmon Cei Ved the Consolation prize. Morgan Low re Leachville to entertain Eastern Star dignitaries Leachville Ark. The Leachville chapter of the order of the i Eastern Star assisted by the Ma-1 Nila and Monette chapters will Leachville society a personal several Days with her father j. H. Golden Iii rec Tew. Or. And mrs. W. R. Brown were called to Scales Mounds iu., a few Days Igo it on account of the serious illness of or. Browns sister mrs. W. S. Stallion. Hospital at Cape Elrar Francis Dean. Or. And mrs. J. E. Duncan and son Ralph. Attended the Mardi gras Celebration at Poplar Bluff saturday. Mes. R. E. Liles and John Wilson of St. Louts Are Here visiting their parents or. And mrs. Winnie Gwin. Mrs. Ida s. Turley District Deputy of the Rebecah Lodge who lives at Cape Girardeau was Here the latter part of the week visiting mrs. Drury Sanders and other friends. Mrs. Turley lived at Steele before moving to Cape Girardeau. Jack Kheuv was in St. Louis last week taking an embalmers examination. Miss Louise Witt a member of the High school faculty left saturday for Oklahoma City where she will spend the summer vacation wit i her Mother. Miss Witt Wall teach Here next fall. Mrs. S. B. Nations and mrs. Bertha Mai Cassedy of Ottawa. 111., entertained with a Bridge party at the Home of mrs. Nations Friday evening. High score prize entertain mrs. Virginia Wilken worthy grand Matron of Arkansas. And a number of other state and District officers at a program Here wednesday. Special guests besides mrs. Wilken will include Carl Olsson. \ worthy grand Patron of Little Rock mrs. Flossie Barnes Deputy grand lecturer Lepanto or. L. E. J Tucker worthy grand Sentinel of the world Monette or. Ira Tucker grand social Patron of Arkansas. Monette mrs. Frances Bogan social associate grand conduct Ress of Arkansas Luxora mrs. Orine Grey grand representative of Alabama Manila mrs. L. E. Tucker grand representative of Colorado Monette mrs. Edith my i Clam grand conduct Ress Gurdon. I mrs. Fannie Stuart of flint., j mien., spent several Days in Leach j Ville with mrs. T. D. Welch. Hasea Mcdame. Of Jonesboro. Is spending a few Days in Leachville with or. And mrs. W. It. Phillips. The Rev. And mrs. J. W. Moore mrs. E. M. Howard and mrs. C. C Meade attended the District con-1 Ference of the methodist Church at Tyronza tuesday and wednesday born to or. And mrs. Bland Maynard last Friday an eight Pound girl. The new bandstand in the Cotton Belt Park has been completed. Mrs. Fred Averette Dies of tuberculosis will present comedy at Cooter auditorium Cooter to. A musical comedy miss Blueey a Neft a will be presented by the Cooter league at the school auditorium Friday May 31. There Are 42 characters. Manila society per sol la mrs. Izorah Averette wife of Fred Averette died at the family Home on South division Street this morning. She had been ill for some time. Her death was attributed to tuberculosis. Funeral services will be held tuesday morning at to of clock at the Home with the Rev. Cecil Meadows pastor of the second Baptist Church officiating. Interment will be made at Maple Grove cemetery. She is survived by her husband two daughters Carmel Anet Mary a brother. J Esse limeade and a sister mrs. C. O. Graves. Animals at the Cincinnati municipal zoo did no to threaten to walk out the Lions Haven t been roaring about sweat Cao conditions and the camels Don t give a Hump about hours or wages. Nevertheless the picture above Isnit a lot of Monkey business. It shows zoo strikers resisting police attempts to seize their Banner prohibited in the Park. A Plant canc. The grows in Haleakala. Park. Native to Only one Voi Haleakala Silver sword. The Crater of dormant in the Hawaii National mrs. Fennie Fitts of Steele a is spending several Days with Linda tighter mrs. W. F. Turner. Mrs Mildred Lamb spent a few Days in Bono with her grandmother. Mrs. Bettie Bandy. Mrs. Belt Ashabranner spent positive Relief for itchy skin Cooling and soothing Blue Star ointment melts on the skin sending tested medicines deeply into pores where it quickly kills itch Tetter rash eczema foot itch ringworm Etc. Money Back if Fust Jar fails. Gull r a ii teed Relief for itching skin germs that cause burning Helling skin ringworm totter athlete s foot Etc., cannot survive the powerful Antiseptic properties of rond s skin ease the liquid quickly penetrates infected parts soothes the irritation Aud positively kills the germs. Bond s skin ease is sold in 50c bottles by All Good druggists on a Money Back guarantee. Prepared by Bond pharmacy co. E Tab bed 1872, Little Rock . When a cigarette is Milder and tastes better a and stays that Way pack after pack i in a Lico Irr a Maui co. We. X Fage two Quot Quot Blytheville Aee Coumbe new a monday Mav 27, 1935 water is the most used Liq Iii 1 in the chemical Industry Sui pile be acid ranks second. Animals walk out nope

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