The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1932 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 9, 1932
Page 2
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PAGE TWO .BLYTliEVILLE. (ARK.V COURIER NEWS \ FK1DAY, SKPTEMBKP. 0, 1032 liss Mary Roney to , Wed Bancroft Terry '.Tlie marriage of Miss Mary Flor- ' encc Ronoy, only 'daughter of Mr.! John H. Roney and the late Mrs.' fimma BlytJie Roney. lo Mr. Ban- i croft Terry, of Jefferson Cily, Mo., and McGchee. Ark., will be >:ol-; enmlied Satuiday Mteriioon. The! Ret, P. Q. Rorle, pastor of tlw, First • Methodist church, will perform the ring ceremony at his home. -The bride-clerl .is a member of a prominent family of this city, fllytheville having been named for Her maternal grandfather, the late Rev. H..T. Blylhc. she attended Galloway college, Searcy, Ark., and the University of Al-.ib.ijun, Tusi-n- loosa, from which she N-.IS graduated. She is a member of the Alpha Chi Omega .sorority. • Mr. Terry, whose !:o;n? was at XlcGeliee, Ark., before becoming connected with the Missouri Public Em-ice commission, came here several months ago. He received his later education at the University of Arkansas and Is a member o'f _the Alpha juimba T.iu fraternity. For Campus Wcai Dave Bridfc Tarty At the Ilottl Noble .. The flrit bridge parly of the autumn season was given Thursday afternoon when Mcsdatnes M. A. Isa-.ics, J. Nick Thi.nas, Hirry Klrby antt O. P. Moss entertained 70 ladles at the Hotel Noble. Included in these gucs'.s iverc Mrs. L. L. Sams and Mrs. G. K. Hunt of Ironlon. Mo., hmisr Kiii'sls ol Mrs. C. V. Eebaueh. Bouquets of asters, roses, cosmos, zinnias, cannns nnci snap diagons, in holders of contrasting shades marie prettj 1 decorations for the banquet room, these decorations were featured with tali chryila! vases of Radiance ro'es fthieh adorned small tables scattered about. Ross also formed tho ttnterpicce for the tables In serv- Ihg refreshments. - Winners of the prizes were allowed to make their election with Mrs. W. D. Chamblin taking for the first prize, a whtil-nbt. Mrs. O. \V. McCutchen. for second high, 'chCKZ a table lamp. A crvslnl vnse 'of roses was Mrs. E. B. Woortson's gift sejccted for third high. The 'lc?.' score prize, hosiery, xvent- to .Mrs. R; U Gaines. ?-. A chicken salad course, with sandwiches, -ripe- olives aril coffee, 'jias served. skirt quite as well as the ke T^ th ° taly '" ft S " m ' stralBht does. A knitted sueLr „' h a c,e ^ *™ * '".?«" dlmlc '; fr neck, antl a felt ha make this *'f, r «P ' 5 «"jo^l. Two ens;mble at home ai any spDr s hll ° . ftow f s atkl a 'T ' °' smilrt event, on any campus, »-'> trat Just escapes Wng demure. Junior llijh JEl«t Thtir Officer!,. - The a-B .1 and 2 classes of the junior high school has elections Idf officers In class meetings yesterday. •^ In the a-B 1 group these were :Bamed: Howard Moar?, president; 'Virginia LitUe, vice president; Hel"^n Hood, secretary; Gordon Ramey, "treasurer; Mary Eunice L.iyscn mi: 'Cecil Branson, librarians; Biiford 'Hawkins, monitor; George Ullla- .hunty. health officer; Biiford Hftw- Jsins. reporter. These committee cr.airmen were appointed: P. T. A., Gorton Ra- rney; attendance, Frances McHau- e >" program, John Price Wnld^n; "finance, ifomer Smi'.h; entertainment. Leon Smith Jr. Miss Velda Adcock Is sponsor. Officers for the 8-B 2 group are: Dick Uurns, president; George Grear. vice president; Mnxinc Brigham, secretary; Robert Scott, treasurer; Leroy Broivn, reporter; Billy KiiiK. physician; Elizabeth Edwards, nurse; Elizabeth Edwards, librarian. The ciiss chose for its na;n3 ^'Llve Wires." The motto Is "Slo\v But Sure." The colors are red and white and the flo\ver is n rose. It was voted to extend a vote of appreciation for those who have made It possible for some of the students to bs in school this year. * • * Husbands Entertained. ... Members of the Young Matrons Bridge club, and ;hcir husband: jcre guesls of Mrs. Crav.-forti .Greene last evening instead of the ^usual weekly alternoon-party. !. Both prizes went lo Mr. and Mrs. •Victor Bray with Mrs. Bray receiving a tUsne towel roll and Mr. Brav .a tie. - Brick ice- cream with chocolate sauce, chocolate cake and salted .a/moads was served. ^To Have Llcclion. Officers for the DcirM:; Sunday school class ot the First Baptist .church will bo elected at a meet- •ing cf the class this evening M the •home of Mrs. T. II. Haynes. • • * J.orrcn-Aaron -- Announcement has facn made J?f the marriage of. Miss Alma -Aaron and Luther Lorren, both «! Manila, which look plac- Saturday, September 3. Justice E. F Alston performed the ceremony. Carutherscille Society—Personal Mis. Anna Laccy entertained the WcdncsJuy ciub nt to- home Wednesday afternoon, with two iicst.s present. Several progres- •ions nl bridge were enjoyed and Mrs. A. P. Njirtncl received Hrst prize, a luncheon set. Mrs. A. p. lUcrsey rctr.'red the second prize' bath towels, and Mrs. E. N. Sham- ski won the guest prize, dainty handmaid handkerchiefs. Tlie wests were Mrs. E. N. shamskl and Mrs. Sam Kramer. Mr. Otis McAllister cntcrtain-d (he Wesi side club at her home Wednesday alt.-rnoon. there bens two tables of members and three isuesls present. Mrs. Parker Kf.rscy. Mrs. M. Pigue. and Mrs. John Martin were guests. Mrs Elmer Hazel received handmade rosebuds and ferns for first prize while Mrs. Newt Fisher received (handmade Crysanthermims as sec- n<l prize, anil Mrs. Purkct Kersey vas given handkerchiefs as truest irize. "IL.> is ins time of year wJicn I ^«u«i, uaMug puwuer uts- Jifliiy fruits nnd vegetables can L-e I cl!its "''"' Srape conserve, apple louelil very cheaply by the peck ] la P'o«a pudding, rnilk, coffee. Bits oj Netis Mostly Persona] Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Orr Isrtvc as 'lielr guests a! their country home near Ynrbro Mrs. William On- and two dnughters nnd Mrs. John McIntyre. of Pine ntuff. A. 'N. Hill jr., loft today for :onivny. Ark., wliirc he is to cn- •oll as u senior at Ileurlrix college. Allen H. Miller, of Pine Bluff, vas (he guest of Mr. and Mrs. 'ITT.CS B. Clnrk yesterday. Mrs. J. A. Loecli, Mrt C. W. Af- V.c'f., Mrs. James H. Bell nnd Miss Margaret Mahan ar e In Memphis 'oday. Mr. and Mrs. noss . D. Huyhrs .lave as their guests Mr. Hughes- sister. Mrs. Robert Finley. of Washington, u. c., and Miss Mav- iiel Rogers, ol Mempliis. They •e- rrturniiiK tu Memphis today. Mrs. Uyron Moiie. Mrs. R". F. Sirshner and Mrs. James II. Hell :re in Memphis today. Miss Marguerite Pride lias conr 'o Portland. Ark., where she is a neinlier of the rush school [aciil- •y. after spending ihc summer with ';?•.• imrcnls. Mr. nud Mrs. Joe P. Pride. Mr. and Mrs. .1. rj. Ellis have as heir guest Mrs. «. F. Johnston, of Memphis. W. Ii. Tanner will KO to Helena Liicsday for a brief business trip. David Henry. George Raimey UK! Ed McMahau of Philadelphia. Pa., have arrived lor a visit - i'.h Mr. Henry's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Henry. ! Mrs. Fllppin Whilner roliirneti _sr ni^ht from a visit in Mem- Mr, nnci Mi-.-. John W. FinU-y .>•'• i:i Meinphis for a tv.o weeks Mrs. J. c. Ellis and ynn. .1 c. r.. havp returned from a mot'jv rin to Atlania. C'.a. i John Mahan viil leave Monday ior Atlanta. (;a.. where l-.t- is to Jtt^nil Georgia Trrli. i Jack Gcxisett and Jim Hn!iy. i>f ; lii-inyliis. an- here on bu.-iiv.-s- i Walter Uiisonthal has n>'.i:r:ied' Miss Franri'O Uosenliinl is f:om a liusir.css l:ip to St. J.nms. I vIsitiRK in St. Louts for a fvis d.iys. .' Misses Pauline and K-.m Lar.!' verr in Memphis Wrdnv-.l.iv | r.mht for ,1 jsarly at il-.i- Hnl-'l! Ff-ai.cdy. : , Mrs. Virginia Keck. Mrs. T Morrison and Mrs. Annie ir.ia'j.nd returned last night l K ,m f.vo months spent in Mnnlc.iKln. Tfisn. : Mr. and Mrs. Henrv Hi i liave returned from Gates, Tumi., , where they attended the funeral 1 of Mr. Humphrey's mother, Mrs. I S. T. Humphreys, who died wed- I ncsday following a tour months . lllr.css. She is survived by her husband, three daughters Find ong win. The Rev. and Mrs. W. J. LeRoy. T. Denlon were nmony those why Mrs. Iverson Morris nnrl Mrs. W. attended th e prnycr retreat of die woman's missionary society of the Methcdist church In the Joncstoro | district at Lusora yesterday. Another American Firm Opens British Factory LONDON. (UP)—Another American lirm is establishing a factory in Great Britain, to scrvj its British market nn:l to afford ;\ closer accefs (o the European markrt. Among the latest American firms to make Great Britain their Euro- I133H manufacturing center is thai of IjljKak Furnace Arches. Ltd. who have established a factory at Drondheatli. Allrincham. for the manufacture of high lempera- t'.ue fcinent. Tbe factory has b=5n eciuipped recently for the manufacture ol (ire-brick and Itirnace-arch reuicnl and noiv is in full -swing. ••. ml; supply the whol; ot the company's Furcpcan market, which [ormjrlj «as .supplied from the cninpany's factory in the United St:it?... liaw materials arc Imported from the U. S.. but the cntir; facluring is done here. ,. Miss Eula McGill and Ower -Wallace, both of Gosncll. were married here Saturday by Jns- fcc c E. D. Walker. Holtoway-Fomer ^The'niarriaeo of Miss Ticrnicc rortncr and Frank Holloway. both cf loachville. occurred Wedncs- «ay. Justice E. D. Walker said tlie service. "'. • • * Freshman D»y Celebrated Freshmen in ItB city high echool had lo wejir thc-ir drebi(» »nd shtrtj "backn-'ards" today for the annual Freshman Day. rorlazy liver, stomach and kidneys, biliousness, indi- ' gesSaon, constipation, headache, colch and fever. Plan ?iow to alt OKI the MEMPHIS iVr/>/.25 thru Oct. I,,-/ Bigger and Better Than Ever Before • Thrilling Western Krrlco Real Wild West Cowboy;! Indians, War Dai-ires. .. ri!i twice daily — 2:00 nnd 7:oO p. m. • Dealh Defying Au'o Races, Saturday, October 1 * EXTH A wnv Railroad Pares entire time of Fir;:-— One-hail cent« mile on Slate days « « COME! Iw Reformed Dutch Church. The capital ot the 88 banks in he United Slates in 1811 was .bout $42,600,00. The Buttle- ol New Orleans was fought over a moiilli aflcr the inir. of peace Uy England and \mcrica. John C. Calhoiin. vie,; president nulcr John Quincy Adnnis, was the only one ever to resign from thai office. BV SISTKK .MARY -NBA ben-ice Writer With September comes the end of visits and vacations and most families return to their normal loutlne. Menus must bo planned that will Ix? nourishing ami satisfying for tlie demands of work not for play and xucsts. Fresh vegetables and fruits ! should continue to hold first place In menus. They are at the height of their season and therefore inexpensive. Aside from this they are a most Important 'factor hi keeping both children and adults In good health and are essential in the dally diet. Canned vegetables con he substituted if fresh ones arc not available, but vegetables, canned or fresh, must be included if a balanced diet is provided. Menus simple in uype and easy lo prepare are best for growing children. However, such meats can to turned into quite satisfactory informal '"company" dirmeifc l>y, I the addition of one or two courses, IA soup, canned or homemade, or . a salad made f fresh fruits or veg- [ctables will furnish up any simple, _ well-planned meal. Sometimes just'thc addition of garnishes, relishes or conserves completes a ' nourishing, cvery-day meal. • * * Use.the itft-Overs Plannlni a week's menu in acl- I vance is another means toward | economy. Money, time and labor i all are saved. It checks the tentl- ] ency toward extravagant market- in;,' and does away with that frantic hurrying when it is nearly meal I time and nollilu; has teen plan- i ncct. In many cases it enables one , lo double up on cooking processes. . Left-overs arc carefully planned ifor. A meat pie, tlmbalcs, hash 'or ci-oqucltes take care of the Icfl- 1 f I a v-or : purity 0 ric h n ftSS MALT SYRUP NEW SUITS finer Suits from Hart Schaffiler & Marx $0/1.50 24 Witji 72 Bench Tailoring features formerly found only in $65 to $75 suits. When we say new we mean NEW suits just out of the tailor shops. These I'all suits have just arrived. When you spend your money for u suit, be sure it hasn't been hanging around some store for years. You can be here. We cleared our stocks, and a lot of men got some mighty good bargains \vhile we were doing it. NEW MEAD CLOTHING Co. >-. ftf-rr and half bushel. After calculating wnnt u'lll be needed lor table use, surplus can be canned or preserved for winter use. These (juantlty purchases usually cost very ll(||e more than (he pound purchases made for o;ie me/il earlier In the season and effect a worth-while saving. The full vegetables are not as c]pMca( c and Perishable as the summer ones and can be stored for several days without danger of spoilage. Sweet com Is the one except Ion. It musl be used a s soon as possible after Batherlng. ' |,.-. Tornoruw's .Menu BREAKFAST: Plums, cereal, Sweet Crcsini llulfcr 25t- r,b. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Ql. Delivered F'hoitc 71 Hutfermilk 15c Qt. Go to Chinch Sunday Read Courier News Want Ads. Theodore Roosevelt, at «. was [ the youngest mini to nvcr I* president of the United States. Announcement Having purchased the Broadway Barber Slif>[> I shall, devote my entire time to its manage me ni and promise the best service obtainable. I cxtejul all my old friends and customers a most cordial invitation to pay us a visit and enjoy our complete harbor .service. KIUST CHAIR: I)!CK HOUKRTS SKCONl) CHAIR: CKCll, \VHITK THIRD CHAIR: Elili Sl'HAOI.KV FOIJKTH CHAIR: EDWIN JONES. Broadway Barber Shop Kdwin. Jones, Propriclor ICRO..G ER r % . , lANO PIGGLYWIGGLY ' I! STORES: Bargains for Friday, Saturday and Monday SPARE RIBS, Fresh, Pound NECK BONES, Fresh, Pound 4k Wisconsin CHEESE Lb. 15c PORK ROAST ROAST K. C. I!«ef 1C', Thick Ri!>. 1-b. Id VEAL ROAST Thkk Tt. 12i c PIG LIVER Lb. SAUSAGE, It Is Fine, Ib. IQc PEARS La, Bushel 89c ORANGES ONIONS 91C fJ>. L'i PEARS H;ir(lett - Kor ^ ONIONS 3 !(J •i BANANAS Ripe 4 Pounds 15c POTATOES Irish Cobbler Peck 22c LETTUCE IK's TIC Each i 2 GRAPES Conriiri 1C •ri i™ Itoskcl 1J 2 APPLES HONEY DEW Mtl "" MARSHMALLOWS Fresh ^ 2 », SUGAR Pure Cane In Paper Bags 10 IbS. 43C MILK t'i't. l.ihby's or Carnation l.:iri;o Can DC Sm. Can 2%c CALUMET '^.irgjy PORK & BEANS Ca ""S17 c SALMON Chum 3 Cans lo Soil 3 Lbs. 5Cc SOAP Medium ivory or Camay Tojiet Bflf 5C "KHK^^^HBHI^IHHII^HHHHB^H^^^mHIBHI^BHHil^HMiBHBI^H^^EH^^^^tt^^^^^^^K PICKLES ^r * Din Quart Jar I2c

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