The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 8, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 8, 1932
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PAGE TWO BIATHEVILLE,_(AI{K.) COURIER NEWS Officers' Elected CJi/jfcrs of the 8 A class of- junior *lgh school, elected in the first clafe ' nuctlng today, ate: Colin Douglas, 'president; Doris Robin- sori r .A-ice president; Mary Sue Wil- HiijjttKin, secretary; Vcrnice Bris. tei,,^;j-casurcr; Mary Josephine Hall;'reporter; Billy Cnde, physi- clanj/Marie Riggins, nurse. May-Hall'••> The-' marriage of Miss Mnry H.i!l ; and J. H. May, both of Cooler.' Mo., was solemnized here Wcdnes-; d»y. Justice Oscar Alexander pw-' foin:.?d Ihe ceremony. Bailey-Frailer Mils Ode Frazler and Fletcher Bajlcy. both of Holland, Mo., were united in marriage Sunday. Justice-Oscar Alexander bald the service'. ' • • 9 Klztr-Cnift Announcement has been made of tile marriage ol Miss Mary Ainiir Crnft and 'Lanmr Ktzer. both of Roselanct. Justice A. J. i*«-is performed the ceremony Sunday. Take Up S(ud> of Egyptians Mrs. C. W. Atflick was lender of the first Dehihlsn meeting of the new-year yesterday at, the Hotel Noble when Ihe study of Ihe Egynlians was' begun. •These topics were discussed on 1Kb'" general th?me "Stories from Egyptian History". "Stories of Various Epochs" Mrs. Uoyrt V. Wisis; "Egyptian Life anil Egyp- tuirfS lories" Mrs. James B. Clark; "Tales 'of Magicians" Mrs. II. N. Ware Jr.; "The Peasant anil the Workman" Mrs. Frank Thr.ishcr; "y\i£. Doomed Prince" Mrs. T. E. Tula; "Satnl nnd the Mummies" Mrs. J. Nick Thomas. This croup will, meet on the first and third Tuesday mornings of each month at t^ic Hotel No- ltte-al'0 c^cloc)! In "the 'morning! Biis oJ Netis Mostly Personal Wh;n the moon com;* up anJ It's time lo play, your eyes will lake more vote; if th^y look at life through a veil than if <hey go In for slraightlonvarcl glances. If you are ab'c to kc'sp your hair In place, nt (lie same time you mak-3 your eyes mysterious, you have doubled your charm. ' A new veil, called the Cloeiiello. protects the hair and veils the eyes. It. mf.y be warn with a hat during the daytime and without OIK during the evening. -j ..-.-•••.• MbS:'Hekn Alice Sternbers wn's sl J5S-- to '20 ' Biw4JB."Tjicsdny. eve' miir/fpr 'Informal '•: dunce.-. -In-' cjid?d ' In; the : gu«ts \va s Frank Ht'de ; of- "London", "EhglabJi; Oscar and '^eii .'Fendler.-. ol.. Manila, 'and Siss Sara Elizabeth Kricger, of gomvoy. Mr. Hyde is the guest of Oscar Fendlcr and Miss, Krager is •^siting Miss Hose- Lou. Cooke. .jPuncIi nnd cakes were served at Mormission. * *^ -• ' • ' i j. M. U.i Mrt Is ' •'-..;• M Thc young vnmen's Rroup of Uie Mrst Baptist clnirch was Sii charge ^ the program of the woman's Missionary union Monday after- Jwnn at the church. "For the devotional Mrs. Ivy Crawford use:l the 12th chnnier o* Romans ami Mrs. E. H, Alexander offered prayer. -.-Miss MarSha Cnamucrs read • Thr King of Youth" before a one act ffas presented in which Missrs ^Miss Martha Chambers read The Kins of Youth" before a Ohe net plp.y wr.s presented in Kjuch Misses Bernlco Hani-ell Virginia Crafton, Helen iiardin S id Georgia Lcc participated. Tho tie was "The Htvoniness Hunt." -The hostesses. Mcsdames C. E. Wilson. Charles Non-comb. Mike Buchanan and R. L. Rccdcr seiv- . ui cake and- an iced drink. Clajtf (a Meet The Pliilathca Sunday whoot class of the First, Baplisl church will meet at the church this evening. 7:30 o'clock for n business and social meeting. As it is (o be 'the • annual election of officers all members >aro urged to. attend/ !.!'>./ ..••'•;•;:•.", ' • -. • '• .; 1; . ; .'-• '-. ' TO Have KicMion, .-'•; .,':•'•'; The Dorcas Sunday school class o* . Hie First Baptist -'church '• will hold Its mmial ehctioii of o(f|cbrs in a meeting Friday night. at the home of Mrs. T. .!!. )l!i)-nes. Mrs. A Wcrt and Mrs. O. W. Lewis are also to.- be .-hostesses • ' [ '•' ' All members are.urB«d'to be present at 1:30 p. m. •' j ! ': Services Held for " Mrs. Lizzie McDaniels Lisl' rites' were 'held Wednesday for Mrs. Uz«io McDanbls, 6B. wh3 ciir:i Tuesday night at- her jioinc nn E«t Vine street. Mrs. McDan- iols had b2en 111 for some lime following n stroke of apoplexy, and a s:c3nd stroke is said to havs been the imiik'illnle cause of her death. Funeral services were held yesterday afternoon at two o'clock nt | the home, with Hi; Rev. W. J. j LfRoy. pnslor of (li» L^i:e Street ! Methodist church, offlclallng. The j C3bb Undertaklni; company was In I charge of Inneral nrrnngcmeiits. j The deco.isctl is survived by a i daughter. Mrs. Virgic Eilis. a'-Mn i Jalin noiicrls. and a sisler. Mrs. • Minnie Wilson. Now Showing Our New Line of Fall Millinery in fell, fell and velvet comliins- litns ami sporl Uccd mivlurr . Popular shailcs, hlatk. ti.,,,,n. naif ami btrlrcol. Smp.rl I|CIM. flltin; and Ijritn effects. i §1-50 to §5.75 i Small ami I.irsc oiics. Miss Willie A. I.iwson, county 5upciJnU-|iilenl. Is al Arkadelphla for two days attending a imMn-j ol Arkamas county superintend- enls. TJie coiKlillon of Mrs. Florence Blylhc, who is seriously ill at the home of Mr. and Mrs, c. M. Buck, Is unchanged today. Wnltfr Kusemha! has gone to SI. Louis and Chicago for a buying trip for the M?w Yoik store. J. II. Humphrey, accomianied by his t.mi, ,lou Humphrey of Ripley, Tcim.. am .sjjcmllng Severn) days with Mr. Humphrey's daughter, Mrs. Niinlev Wade, al Parry- vlllc, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. I'aul GrccnwrU and son, I'anl jr.. have returned fiom a hrief etay In Biloxl, Miss., where they were ambls of Mr. Circcnu-cll's Piirenls, Mr. nnd Mrs. T. J. Grecnu'ell. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Rlomeycr had us their guesls for the weekend Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Davis, of niramflcld. Mo., ami Mr. ami Mrs. red Dlomeyer. of Carulhcrsville. Misses Mary Lynn Jones unit essalyn Blomeyer have relur::cd rom a visit in Ciiruthersvllle. Mo. Vlille theic they were given rev- rnl partbs. Mr. nntl Mrs. J. M. Ay res left Vedncsilay for (heir home in I 3)rnilnjl),im nfu-y Iini'Ing a((e:!(l-.' i)y lo business here for several lays. Mrs, niley B. Jonrs returned to- lay from n shorl visit in Wilson. Mrs. C. W. Nrah and son C. W. i 1 .. nt Little Heck, nrc gtiesLs of clatlvcs here. J. E. Ilasson. of Tesarknna. has arrived here to spend the colton eabon. He Is moking his home with Mr. .ant) Mrs. Loy .Welch. , Billy Qodsey •l.ctt < "lcdiiy'-."fof.' his home- in Orccnwopd/.S^' c.',";«(('jri si:endlnB llje ainnmer " *ith' r ;-lils ount, Miss Cora-Lee 'Coloman." 1 ' •'• Mrs. Loy Welch •'•has 'returned rom-Kansas City vhcr'p : she ac, rompjiiicd |-nr daughtc'r, ^Mnrth^, vim entered born-ding school there. Mrs. Clarence Volliner.-hns -nj isr guesfs , Miss Rose' Lqii: Cooko^ of Luxora, and SIlss Sari' Ellsa-.' both Cr!c?i;r,- of .(3on»-ay. They wilL rnt.urn tp Luxora tomorrow and: \Iiss ;CrIeger"\vHl so' home Sunday;' v.Mts. .J. • W, • Cochtan gnd Miss \nth:yjV henlon .sppnt,"ydsf n Mcnlbhls. '•••••'. .Mrs. W.- J. Wurtderlich, -/".Mrs. Clarence Volltncr, MIsws Rose',I.ou :;oo!te of Lusora and Sara EII?<i- :cl)i Crlcger of Comvny, spent" yes- erdaV lii Memphis. Mrs. W. L. Phillips nnd'Mhs L«Ia Halscll have relumed.from a visit In Knoxville, Tenn., where Qsceola Society— Personal Many From Here Are Going Away to School or College _THUKSDAY SEPTEMBER 8, j IJHall Sisters Shoppe ••••••• • • '••••.-?</. i .j_._ Mr. and Mrs. W. R.. us Iheir guests for nn ' extended visit, Mrs. Uytss' skier, Mrs. S. S. Mason, and her small diugh- ter of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Layman hayc hccn visiting relatives In Trenton Tenn., and Llllxmrnc,' Mo., lor several days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brooks had as their guests th*' first of the week, Mrs. Brooks' brother, Arrion! R»y, Mis. Ray and their small baby' ol Memphis. Wathen Prewill jr., returned from Helena, where he has b«en : employed with Die government fleet' to enter high school here. • i Godfrey White was a business' visitor In Memphis Tuesday. C. G. Smith of Dlytheville transacted business here Tuesday. Neely Howen of Mriaphls spent Monday night in Osccola the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson. Mrs. Aubrey Con way of Blythe- vllle spent Monday and Tuesday in Osceola visiting her niece, Mrs Godfrey White. W. p. Robinson of Memphis Arrived Tuesday evening to Uke charge of th e Mid-South Cotton Growers' branch office hero. Dr. Gilbert Levy of Memphis, who was on thexJrogram O f the Mississippi County Mertlcal Association meeting here Tuesday evening, and Dr. Rhineborger of Memphis, who accompanied him, were dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Shed- tian. lUytlievlllc physicians wiio at-- (endcd Ihe medical meeting'hore Tuesday evening »ere Dr. J. A Sallba. Dr. A. M. Washburn, Dr. F. L. Husband and Dr. F. D Smith. Blyllwrillc girb and boys ar< leaving ("glly for schools and col leges In other cities where they ar: to nttend school thk year. At present there are 93 who arc going awa; and several others »-IIJ probublj leave later. There were 7« last yeaj Of (lie S5 graduates of this year'r class .SO Mil seek higher learniiv This year's list of .students goln°» a*'ay is the largest U! tr.e history ol the elty, with i!4 of these yet In high school. There are 46 Instllutions to be rcpres«nt«d by these ettdents: Arkansas A. and M-, Jojies'ooro- I'reston Ramey. Joe P. Pride ir Denny Fawler, Vivian Holland R A. Nelson jr., WalUr Logan, Toro- niy Thompson, Virginia Bourknd, ilary Cummlngs, Marlon Milner •lory Ora«c Hill, J W Wright, Tom ;;coy and Doris Secoy. Holy Angels Academy, Jonesboro -Mildred Lee Norman. Ella Taschner, Uly Allen Martin, Tjielma J.irto, Rita Bombolaski Louise Khort and Hattte Moore. Jonetboro Baptist college, Jones- Voro—Mlltou Graham, Alvin Huff- inan Jr., Virginia Tompkins and Horace Scrape. University of Arkansas, Fayettc- .illc—Praiik Luclcett, Charles Jo- :eph, l?rnest Barnes, James Terry, lam« Cecil Hole and Everard Wels- burd. Mr. and Mrs. CJ»irlO» Gadlng •nay also attend this school. University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa—Don" Smith, Henry Davle, Milton Wtbto and J. B. WhJtworth. ynlve«ity: of Tennassee, Knox- •llle—Pete Craig. Fred!ro"t, Harold Nunn and BlUie Loflin. " University of Tennessee Junior college, Martin—Marian Cooley. Sunflower Junior college, Moore- Hospital Notes . Patients admitted lo Ihe Bly- ithcvllle hospital: Mrs. Paul Byj rum, city; Mrs, .1. T. Ashley, Ar- nioi-El; E. C....Pickens. Armprel; Mrs. Ollle Wells, Cooler, Mo. Those dismissed: Miss Jean Rsher city; Harry Stiles, Tyler, Mo. The Clilckasan-tu Lodge No. I3< F. fc A. M. will hold a slated coinnumication this Thursday fever niniffnt 7:30. Vts)ting Brothers mri? j welcome. • , ... i - - r: ^ i they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. I Kirk S. Young. Miss Jayn e Barnes, who lias been ill tevcrnl weeks from fever, is able lo be up' today. . New TfUs to FALL HATS So smart, ii.'s hard (o decide b2- twcuii them, these . little, hats that are such outstanding successes of the season. Included are the popular imported French Softies. $1 to $L88 Full Fashioned Silk Hose j Good quality, shewn in tin: iwpuliu- i now Autumn Shades j SPORT FROCKS <'«'iy. uuw Sporl Dresses shmvn in a wide selection "f styles in -Silk or Knit F;i'iricf= . . . priced un- I>«9d, Miss.—Sara Nunn and Adclc Langston. • Tupelo Military Academy. Tupelo, Mli'S.—Morris Bailey and Ben Bailey. Mississippi gtstc Teachers college Hatticsburg-Rtith Eleanor lucker and Prances Tucker. Galloway college, Searcy, Ark.— Ruth Rorle and Maurin; IJramcn. St. John's Benilnary. Little Ro:k, Ark.-^j. B. Clune jr., and Louis Stfmac. fTench .Camp Academy. French C>mp. MU»-.^u»rth Caliaway jr., »nd Philip Eas!e>: Columbia Military Academy Columbia, Teon.-c. o. anlii. Jr., »nd John Page Walton. Southwestern University. Mem- Phis, Tepn,-M»x Usrcy Jr., antl Ttwlma Worthington. Hendrlx co!l«g«, Conway, Ark.— Charles Ramey and ft. N. Hill Jr. Ufldenwood college, St. Charles, Mo.-Vfrglnia Keck and Peggy Me- K.6CL University of Kansas, Lowroncc— OWfge Matthews Jr. University of Wisconsin, Madison —Tom Mahan. Uuke University. Durham. N. C. —Billy Cooley. Washington univcrsiiy. at. Louis —Bert Lynch jr. Oklahoma Military Academy, Claremore—J. T. Craig. Sophie Newcomb college. New Orleans—Ruth Butt. Georgia Tech, Atlanta—John Mahan. Vanderbfit University. Nashville, Tenn.—Billy Lauslie and Albert Taylor. Union University, Jackson. Term. —Nellie Johns. Randolpn-Macon Woman's col lejc, Lyjicbburg, Vs.—kathmi Denton. | Mississippi State college, Stark- j vllle—Btn Elliott, I-os Angeles Junior college, Ms Angeles, Cal.—Ixjrna Wilson Mississippi Synodlcal college, Hol;!>' Springs, Miss.—Lois Hoorx;r. Webster College, Websfer Orova, , Mo.— Jaync Barnes. Denver Conservatory of Music ! Denver, Col.—Lillian Briscoe ' Hlllniiin college, Clinton, Mlss.- Vlrglnla Huffman. Southeast, Missouri Teachers 1 college. Cape Glrardeau—Lucilc Harp . Arkansas State Teachers college I Con way—Dorothea Itogsrs Detroit University. Detroit, Mlcii. —Jack Halslead. University of Iowa, Iowa City- Frank Field. Arkansas Polytechnic, Rus.<xHl\'il!° —Geraldlne Reynolds. Kansas City private school for Wrier!*""" ° lty ' Mo '~ Marllla St. Vincent college, cape Qirar- deau, MO.—Egberdt Jarlwe Central high school, Memphis Tenn.—Ben Levy jr. St. Louis Mhool for boys St Louts, Mo.—Jce Burns jr. Denver high school, Denver Col —Carnia Patlerson. St. Louis high school, St Louis Mo.—Mildred Hall. Evansville high school, Evansvllle Ind.—Marie Collier. Hot Springs high school Hoi, Springs. Ark.-Mary Virginia' Cutler. Lawrcnccburg higli school Law-! rcnccburg, Tenn.-Mavllyjj Burnette. Denton News' Messrs. Robert and Wayn» Horton of Pentuylvanla sixjnt m c week end with their uncle H c Horton. ' ' Miss Bernice Peal s pcui the week end with Miss Madclyn Baugh of Stcele. Miss Fannie Farrls spent Sunday with Miss Ollls Ltenton. Willie Slandfieid made a busl- ness trip to Paragould/Ark. las' Thursday. Miss Lois Dento,, Is spjnrtim a few days with relatives In lilvtho- viile. Miss Iris Longacre spent Sunday with Miss Edna Wright. Miss Helen Winn i s spending a few days wjih relutivcs In El Da- . rado, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Jim standfield. announce the arrival of a 9-pomid daughter, born Saturday, Ssp- tember 3. ' cc,uritr News Want Acs' i'av Carson Lake Baby Dies BASSETT. Ark. - Funeral services were held ai Basseft wme- tery Tuesday afternoon for Raymond Howard De Spain, t«-o and a half month old son of Mr. an.1 i Mrs. Ed De Spain of Carson Lake ' Death was du c to malaria. Sweet Cream Butter 2f>c Lh. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk. 10c (Jt. Delivered I'hone 74 Bulgarian liutlcrmilk 15c Qt. > Go to, Church Sunchy NEW ECONOMY SHOP viHouticeS :.,.A. Presentation of What's New in Shoes for Fall N our Si-en-tiffick Shoe "Department,-we present many things that arc new and beautiful in: footwear for Fall. Styles that are in perfect taste, leathers that are^luxuriantly soft and prices that are pleasingly low, bring you the lasting satisfaction of wearing shoes that combine fashion and comfort with economy. Si-en-tiffLck Shoes /ALTHOUGH these shoes l,.we the '-'I appearance of shoes that are marie for slyle alone, they are just as comfortable ds they can be. The styles sketched -lypify [he beduty beneath which sci«n!ific (ealiires arc carefully concealed, ds;.jri.i g 3 entle bul firm arch support, Irin hltir> 3 heels and anple room for normal Ice action.- A wide range of widths and sizes enable us lo fit you perfectly. fvUe y oi: r selections now, while stocks are Ircsh and complete.- I. ROSENTHAL, inc. Northeast Corner H.H, and M;iin For Every Occasion and [ very NEW ECONOMY SHOP

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