The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 8, 1932 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 8, 1932
Page 8
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>AGE EIGHT BFATHEVILIE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Caruthersoille Society—Personal The Jolly Nine club and an extra table of sucsts were entertained Monday evening by Mrs. Wlslcr Green at her home on Cotton avenue, which was beautltully decorated with late summer flowers. The club prize went to Miss Lucille Naylor, who received hose and the s«oiid prize went to Miss Alma Reeves who received dalnt> pillow cases. Miss Mary Shade received the guest prize, hosiery and the low score prize tins awarded Mrs. Gordon Wright, who received a pov.der box. Mrs. John Cunningham. Jr.. and children', Jacquc-lyn and Johnnie, who have been visiting nt Cape Girardeau. Mo., as guests of Mrs. Cunningham's mother, Mrs. C. N. Cilll, and at New Camtjila. Mo., as guests of her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lennn, returned home the Jirsl ol I lie week. Attorney ai:d Mrs. Sam J. Cor- beli, Sr., spent Tuesday inorntn^ in Porlagevllle and :u their farm near Steetc, Mo. Miss Ojral necves. daughter of Attorney and Mrs.. Everett Reeves !s confined to her bed on account of illness. Attorney Sharon J. Pale attended to business in iilyihevllle. Ark., Wednesday afternoon. Attorney Shelley I. Sliles altend- cd to business In Cape Girardcau, Mo., Tuesday. Mrs. C. P. Cain and baby daughter, Suzanne, of St. Louis, arc visiting M,s. Cain's parent 1 ;, Mr. and Mrs. O. W.tehllton, rind -Dr. Cain's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Cain, of near" this city. Dr. Cain, who accompanied them here, returned to St. Louis Sunday night. Miss Lucretia Reams of Fulton. Ky., is visiting in the home uf her sister. Mrs. James Reeves arid family. Mrs. a. \v. Reeves of Fulton. Ky., is visiting in the homes ol his sons. Attorneys Everett and •Am Reeves of this city. 'Elmer Strong, a representative of the -Federal Land Bunk of St Louis, Mo., attended to business here Tuesday. Hightower News Mrs. John" Crouch visited her daughter.. Mrs. Rube Quails of Kelser last week. Mrs. Floyd McKnlght of Louisiana Is visiting her parents. Mr and Mrs. R. Bramlett. Mrs. Charley Mansfield of Missouri visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry 'Bobs : last week. Mr. and Mrs, Prank Pclers visited at Piggolt, Ark., from Saturday to Monday. •>. Mss Edith Peters of Luxora visited Mr. snd Mrs. Charley Peters Sunday. Mr .and Mrs. Hcrschel Cunningham are .the parents of a baby boy born August.-21. •• . • • Mrs.-Warden BramlcU, who has been sick for trie past week, is somewhat better. Jean Harlow's House of Tragedy . ',' ! I N? • Mr. and Mrs. Max Kclley of Stc.?le Sunday. - . Mrs. Clcve Dulco. who has been visiting relatives in Slkeslon and St. Louis, returned home Monday. Mrs. Eel Jennings, who has been a patient In the hospital at Mom- phis, returned home Monday. Mrs. Ernest Mies and Mfcs Vir- ulnla Cannon visited friends In Carulhcrsvllle Tuesday afternoon. Miss Alma Jean Morgan will leave Wednesday evening for Columbia, when slie will enter Stephens college, Mis. C E. Raencr Has been 111 for the past few days. Mr. and Mrs. J. M-eks of Jackson. Miss., are visiting relatives here [his week. Miss Georgia Ann Little of liar- flcld visited relatives here Sunday. Mrs. j. p. Minion and son Jimmy Ml Friday'for.71 few weeks visit will) relative} in Columbus fin. Mcsdamcs Tom Jennings and Jim Meyeis lind daughter. Jimmy slumped In BlylhevlUe Monday :if- l,?rnoon. Mis. Ear! rjavljuck mul son Harry Karl, and; Mrs. O. McCain nn 1 Misses Irene and .Algatha Raybuck shopped In niythevillc Monday afternoon. : Dr. Ben T)cnt returned home | Tuesday morning from a business (rip to Nashville, Tenn. [ Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Wright and | daughter. Inez, motored to Mcm- •liliis Monday morning. 'Inez ch- • lolled at St. Agnes Academy. Here Is UK $60.000 home that Paul Bern built for Jem, Harlow. (he glamorou:; platinum bloml film star lie married two mcnllis n B o. It was In Ilils Hollywood canyon liomc Hint Bern killed himself after .penning fi note to his \\lff. The note ended "I love yon". .' ' Keiser News Notes Rnssiins Kalsc Coffee NEW .BERN, N. C. IUPI—Two Russian families arc raising coffee ori farnu. near > here. The . coffee, bein's are fully developed, and the Russians are well .pleased so far with the success of their crop. They In their native country. Mr. mid Mrs. Clovls Crock-lit of Wilson spent Sunday with Mrs. Alice Wilson. Mrs. Joe Mounts and sou Joe Ir. ami Mrs. John Wnlts and daughter Knlhryn shopped In Bly- Iheville.' tnsl weclc. D. Lemotcr of Joncstoro wn.s .he giiesl of Miss Mnrgnrel Rob- "insnn Suudny. Miss Irene Colledije will attend :he A. nnd M. college nt Jones- noro tills year. Miss Jamie Nichols wns cnlled home Thursdav night of lust week on nccouut of Ihc illuf. 1 * of her sister. Irene. She .returned to !Rly- the'vllte Sntiird&V • accompanied by Doris Mnbcl Nichols, who will ml this week with Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Weidmnn. Miss Ucltv Lou Brock has accepted a position with-the Kelser Supply company a-s sales lady In the drv goods departmenl. C. S. Shield, nudllor for Lee Wilson and company. Is working al the ..Keiser Supply company Ihls month. Hus5Cll '. .Blair of Memphis was h.?re oh business Monrtdy. .Mis 5 Irene Nichols, who has been seriously ill, Is showing Improvement. Jim Curtis, who has been ill for several weeks, Is .able to be nr> again. COOLEST SPOT IN TOWN Midway Notes Mrs. Deed Crnwloy. \vlio 1ms liccn sick with clillls and fever is improved. lsoii Bvnrs broke his arm Saturday crtuiklrv,' a car. lioss WoolrlrldBO and Jack Hill, who nr c wnrklni: al Plukney, vis- lied tliclr fiunllles Saturday anil Suiultiy. 'John Oarrett of Kcv; Liberty visited Miss Lura Dyars Sunday. Mrs. Jack Hill and Miss Hcba Byars culled on Mrs. Reed Craw?i^y Monday. Mrs. E. M. McDonald returned Friday afler visiting • relatives at Hlckmaii. Ky., the past week. Mlis Irl s O'Neal of .DoRwood visited Mrs. E. M. McDonald MOH- dav. W. 11. WooldridRe and sons Hoss and Chester niul Leonard Hill nt- leml.'d court ul Luxora ^^onday lii-coiniectlon with the trial of n. necro who broke Inlo Doss Wool- drldgc's husc and stole' some clotl'.Lng. • ' R. L. Thorn ,Iieed Carawny and Wll?on Bynrs. vlsltctl In' Blylhc- vlllc Saturday. ' '• : -'-' ' Hayh Society—Personal Steele •\) Society—Personal Rev. and Mrs. D. 1). Stiles announced the arrival of a son. born Saturday. The boy weighed ten and one-half pounds and 1ms been named Ueilrmul Conrad. . . The Eastern Star, which was Inactive during the summer, held ! a'pot luck dinner at the Masonic', hall Tuesday evening, followed by the regular meeting. Miss Mildred Lewcese entertained a number of her friends with a rook parly one day las: week. Those present ware Misses Dorothy Hedge. Mildred Osborne, Francos ami Harriet Stubbs,\Hnze'. Maimrmn. Juanlta Klrby,' run! luuel Baldwin. Foul Masscy drove Miss Pauline Condit to Fulton Wednesday. Miss Condit will enter the. William Woods College there. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Siglcr ami son, Cnrl jr., we're the guests'o'r Mrs. L. O. Hutchlnson has! returned from a visit with Dr. 'and Mrs.. C.. E. Wilson of Blytheyille. Charles Myers spent Sunday with friends in Cttruthersville, where he attended services, .at .the First Methodist church. • - > Mrs. E. A. Boone broke her ankle when she slipped and fell while entering Friday. She is rest- Ing very well now! ' ; Misses ^Ellen Kelley. Goldio Marshall, Irene Whitfield and Hattie Ila Thurmond, and Mr. Jack Hari- !ey, accompanied Bro. George Dal- hofr to his home at Black Oak. Ari.. Monday following comp!etton : of the''revival meeting at the Church of Clirlst here. •> '. Miss Ruth Wall, who teaches »t Dell, Ark., is spending her vacs- lion with-her parents, Mr. and Mrs It..-.A. Wall. . ' '. Miss Eugenia Jenkins and Miss Evelyn, DeLislc of Portageville-are i visiting in St Louis. 1 Miss Evelyn Blythc of Blytncvllte is spending. Ihis'.n-eek with Mrs. Sims Mlchie. . > Miss Maude Pickard of Memphis is Hie .guest, of Mrs. Earl Vick. • Mr. 'and'Mrs. Joe Flinn ami soi Boasts Arrive Unkempt FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP) -Stenos gasped and ah-ed here one morning when usually Immaculate bosses arrived at work unshaven and unkempt. A trunk water main had broten, cutting off water supply for nearly the entire city lor »n hour. RITZ THEATER SPECIAL ATTRACTION 4—Big Days—1 Sun.-Mon.-Tues.-Wed. Sept. I1-12-13-M On the Stage In Person Harry Prather Presents the Season's GREATEST SINGING SHOW 'Moonlight Revue' with 15 People Featuring BROADWAY COMEDY FOUR And a Big Company of Sterling Entertainers Musical Farce Comedies A Melodic Pageant of Youth - Beauty - Fun Pretty Girls This act just off Paramount Public Circuit. Admission—I5c and -lOc Picture—Sunday & Monday— "TWO AGAINST THE WORLD" with Constance Bennett. .Picture—Tuesday, Wednesday—"War Correspondent" 'with Jack Holt. A change of vaudeville with the change of picture. Theatre programs announced every day at 12:15 over KLCN. Thursday and Friday Adm.— Matinee — 10 and 25c Nijjlil— 10 mul 30o See John Gilbert in 'Downstairs' (The story he wrote himself) with VIRGINIA BRUCK In real life his f'uuicec. Comedy— "The Flirty Slcep- walkcr" and Cartoim. Last Time Totlny — "Fast Companions" \v i t h T o ni Brown. Friday and Saturday Adm.—Matinee and Night— 10 and 26c See Ian From Hell's Edge' with Bob Steele AISO— HEROES OF THE FLAMES "flaming Hate" »«r«nmr« Pkt«r*i Serial Novelty Reel—"Strangs As It! Seems", ! Greatest VAL UE f FALL COATS __,.=,__.____ -^-_J£^ 1 ^ I ^ v y Ls Ji r ' rE - MEt:i V AJjgl- i Tliar's Voles in ThcMi Thar Hills! "/ '. Friday for their home in Georgia after spending sevcrjl '.vccfcs with relatives lic-rc. Miss Evelyn Bigg.-irt and her iucst, Miss Pi'a U:e Alexander of St. Louts, were the dinner Bursts of Dr. and Mis. 1'. F. • McCulehen Friday. Carl W. Tripp, 26, handles the 2(i-foo! hosn; his father, W. E. Tripp, the 49, and his 74-yoar- o!d grandfather drives the horses. Family !s Fire Hrigjili? KIRKLAND LAKE, Onl. IUP) — Fire Brigade practice here is a, family affair for the Trijips. and inevitably brings out three of them Cow Gives Birl!i lo Twins UNION' CITY. TVllll. iUP)-A Jersey cow belonging to Mrs. Uo!i Canitliers has JILSI given birth to "twin calves" that were born nine duys apnrt. 'I'll? first well-developed calf wn s born Aug. '2. Nine cKiys iati'r. the CO~A p.ave biith tu another calf, also we!t developed. Gold Kiiih W1LLISTON, N. n. IUPI — A one- man gold rush i.s taking place in Denbigh area, neav litre, with Leo CarpinliCT, Williston, staking out claims and washing goW-boaring .-anils with a machine hs invented this summer. • Basin;; his statements on Iri.ils, Carpentk-r iays he c.m average $10 a day reclaiming sold from snnds. Rend Courier News Want Ads. Hare You Had Your Ainvhecl Ride? 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