The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1932 · Page 2
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NEWS Osceota Society- Personal Cfui . ! Mrs. c. p. Tucker was elected president or (he T. E. L. Sunday school claw of the First Baptist churchjin a hYellnjr-^* ttie church Tuesday, highf. ptlwr <bffl«rs named wefc: .Mr5. R.- t. McjCnlglU, flrst vice president;- Miss Cordelia WiHiKeviccoiid vice president; Mrs. T, S. -Williams of Arniorel. third vice president; Mrs. Joe S. Dllla- hunty. •fou'rll) vice president- 1 Miss Cordeli Wltnite, 'secretary and treasurjr; Mrs. Charles Newcomb. reporter. •For {be,';dex'otlnilal period Mrs. )I. E. Bauttlt 'used the 91st Psalm nnd offered'praycr., • - . j -. TV •• '** • .> • . : . S . .» Enttrtjlns H'ilh Party. ,Mrs.*jW. J,' Wundcrllch wns hcs- tess (opj guests Tiiesdd'j- afiirncon at theiome of her sister, Mrs. Clarence Vollmer. Ycllfir flowers In blue holders, pink bfesoms In black lx>Idc'rs nnd •green an:!: Awhile rollnge In sold conlalifcrs nia'de pretty decorations tor the into. rooms. •'In the bridge games there was a "traveling'' prize with cadi guest Having.; honors In her bid claiming the prize' until another hnd honors. AJ^rthe close ot Ihc game Mrs. Elizabeth 'Spltaj was in possession ol ihe^prlze, a tissue towel roller. High Sore prlz^.a refrigerator set, writ fa^Mrs. Junes H. Boll. - * .pj*j" s»!ad • • was served with Elndwrafift, r. ttoocolate cocosmit cookies arid iced tea. i Included- }h those present wns Mia EyaYCoolcc of Lu.vora, sister ol the hostess. V.-:'. * * • Aften* Group Conference. .-.•Flftwn members of the Woman's AuxilIVy Iti the First Presbyterian church are in Osceoln today for the meeting 'of the group confer- cn« ot Arkansas- Pnsbytcrlal. Auxiliaries of churches at Pnra- eould, Jqncsbpro, Blue* RocX Wai- nu, Bi^'-.r'qsefaa and arc rep'rcsshted. onl from the local chiirch: C. M. oVay, Mufth M W: : A. pb>yn v fi«s ste-- r Wortfifngton, \Villlam J?. Allen. Jack noach ' '' '- officers will be elected for the coni- >ne year.-Trie meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. A. Rushing. » • • To Brctirmt. Mlxs Minnie I^ce Jones will go to Pnnigould Friday where she Is to broadcast n pro-ram In plnno selections over Station KliTM Friday nfterrioon from 4 until 4'30 o'clock. • * # xecutive Jloard lo Meet. Ti:e executive board of the Woman's Missionary society of til" First Baptist church will have a mwllng at the home of Mrs. W. M Williams Friday afternoon ru 3 oclock. '- • 3: :fc.- Bel], -3. - ft-. • fe King and' James 'B. . ;:*n interesting progr f 0r toe flrrt r wng .JOT for the Music and AVt 'rtepart- »gt .of the Woman's club,, to Be Friday afternoon anh'e club ' pod*, has Tax Elect Omrrrs. Huffman News Mis. jQjiunlc WeW , «.j, 0 , „ ( hi llptonvlllc, TCIIII.. thr past ten days, returned Sundny afternoon Jo th c homo of.lier mother. Mrs. F. Moore. - - • '•..-. Mrs. J. rfundlmuseii of Seypnol visited rclallyps here Sunday *•. s - * m "- Ot Cooler. Mo., cnlled on Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sayrc autiday afternoon. Mrs. Fannie Huffman visited Mrs. Edna Harrison and Mrs Clove Tankcrsley of Blylhtvlile' Saturday nfternoon. Mrs. R. H. Green find sons, R fln . dolph, Dick and -Honey" nnd Mrs. F. Moore and daughter, Max- l»e visited relatives In Cooler PM., Sundny nfter attending church services in Stccle, Mb. Misses Joye and Frances Adams were Sunday. guests of Miss Ger- aldla» Crabb. Mr. and Mrs. Haimnn Adam's inolorert to points In Missouri Suudnv. Puxico Lucille Miller of Uycrsburg, Tenn., kWho^as.-llcen: visiting. -Ker sisliT.'Mrs.' Ltfr'cnc Coats;" fetuhi- ed home Sunday.. . . • ...... twin Earnes sifenl. Sndirday hlght with ••liorB- ftlfchai'd. Leora Prllcha'rd.Hrtttc Stirling aim Lena Barnes vlilttd at Niun- .ber. Eight 'Sunday afte'rhoon. 1 LeHuo Bomnr spent Saturday nlBhi with Margie .Millor," - Mnyme Julian had as her dinner guests Sunday Mayo Fisher and Vena Barnes. • •Everyone) is Invited .to -attend Sunday school at Number Nine evsry. Sunday morning at 10 o'elw n '" Une ° f ' tl5c D <>rcas c °l class of "the First church tomorrow evening ,< Ooodman "Rimtey entertained )\lth . i, dniiflrig party Saturday. ™8M:i'Jii^i. s Hope . Sterling spent Saturday night with Ms'xlnc Boniar. Mr. nnd Mrs. Adcll Mcador nnd family hnyc moved lo liose- lirnd wh'cre .Mr. Msador is employed in Ihc gin. llcnd Onne'r News -iVnnl Ads .It really isn't necessary to label our Dresses as new, they are so'outstanding in type. Distincfivc styles . . . colors that are different, yet entrancing—details thai; mark (hem as direct copies of i ansian modes. . '•' Complete assortments of.all new colors in every site-rangc. -.. : lo §16-50 New ;Yp|-k Store Mostly Personal [I Miss Minnie Let Jones Is In Cooler and Holland, Mu., today. 'Hie ftev. Marsh M. Callaway 1ms returned from Horseshoe Lake, near Hughes, Ark., where he was tho guest ol ii:c Presbyterian pastors ol Memphis tor a Illhle study conference. Ann Vollmer. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Clarence Vollmer, Is in Marked Tree for .1 brief v'lsl! '--Ith lier father. Mrs. Mabel Walts has returned from a two months stay In Shrev:- I»rl, Ija., where she visited licr s;n Jack Wans JUKI family. Ur. nlul Mrs. I. u. Johnson have t'one on a two weeks vacation which will Include netrolt, points of Canada, Niagara rails. New York city mid Washington, D. C. Mr. anil Mrs. Frcrl Warren lino ns their ti:rsfs for a few days Mr" nnd Mrs. Cecil Lee of Dycrsburu. Mr. Lee U a brother of Mrs. Wnr- ren. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson and son, accompanied by Mrs Henderson's mother, Mrs. Mary Sutlon, arc In Jackson. Twin., for rev- era days visit. Among those from Oscesla who attended the circus here Ian nlghl were Mr. and Mrs. rinymoiul Cart- Sf '" : " M ' M Ht «" Sem "Mr. ami Mrs. nolaiid Woirorl have as their guests Mrs. Blapchc Beck nnd daufhtcr Ixinora. »]•; Mrs. Jcssij Wolfort ol St. Louis U|»n their return home they will «e accompanied b y Mrs. Wolfort who will be mntron O f lionor nl the «cddln s of Miss callirrini- Livingston and Joe Waxnian, brother of Mrs Wolfoit. which will be brll- were accoinpanlcd Ijy Helen and Tom PWllips, (jranilchildien of Mrs. Crlguer, who returned lioma after a vacalion spent licre with relatives. Mrs. Crlb'gcr and Mrs. Oooch visited Mr. and Mrs. Tain Phillips and Miss-Allison was the guest of her brothers.- ' Mr. and Mrs. Braxfon Bragg of O.u'oki attended Ihc circus here last nltlit. JuJge G, E./Keck nnd his court stenographer, H. G. Partlow re- im-i:ed last nlglit from Wynne lUierc court was held. They will go to Marlon Monday for a regular term ot court. W. W. ,I>rewltt and son, Wnthon, of Osccola, Were visitors in this city yesterday for the circus. William I,nng has returned from St. Louis where he bought goods for Thc Fashion shop. Miss Clols Sheppard has cone to Mmphysbaro. Til., where sir will MK"d a inonlli. She was ncqpm- pnnled by rcr grandmotlisr Mrs fary E. Sheppard. of Porta"-vil!e fo. ' 'Hie condition of Mrs. c a Tier- ninn. who underwent nn ap=rat16n Ihls morning at the Blyihcvlllc Iios- Jilol, Is very good (his nfternoon Dr. Joseph Bsaslcy of Steele. Mo who has been saving as on interne nt the Blyllievllle hospital this summer, left this afternoon for New . M. E. Cox. 1ms rctumcd .L=ul s ».l,^ s!l ep,, I : ^ 'i and,winter.goprt^lnr the New conomy shop.'shj. WM accdnipa,,- d by her brothe'r, Lcxlt Hallos • •Mrs C. E. Crfcgcr and-dnu s h- ^..f-!- ..^'^r^Gocij!,.and MI SS Millie Allison h,ave returned from i.«eck's vlsil ,'ln.'dhfciso The" Hospital i „ ^. rs ; 7- p- nedmau, city. was ad- muted today. lone Bandit's Work Nets One Dollar KANSAS CITY. Mo (TIP) — Lfonnifl Orris saved himself n beating when he told n bandit the truth. Orris, a young mechanic, had just parked his car when thc man approached, drea- n pistol, and demanded money. "Listen,- said " Ihc bamm "I'm Bolng to search you. 7f you're ivlng nnd liavp more innncy than (hat I'll in-ain you with this gun". . He searched, 'fomi-' nothing cuiscd. mid went away. .™ .'One of trjc prettiest social affairs of. the early fall season was given H the Community House in Wilson Wednesday,, afterncon whsn Mrs Oliarlcs Lowrance Jr., of Driver, Mrs. Joe cromcr nnd Mrs. p. L' PJiIpps of • Osccnla entertained 16 t»b!es of friends in contract bridge. '.The spacious community Irause tecclvlng rooms were artistlcully decorated with autuuui fluwera in a color scheme of yellow and brown, which was also carried 'out In the party accessories. i High score prize, n boudoir tump was awarded Mrs. J. M. Crain of Wilson; second high score prize a ffoiver bowl, was won by Mrs. Hale Jeckson of Osccoli| and Mrs. P A White of Osceola won third high a silk night dress. ' :., Miss Efeclra Duck cut consolation prize and three llltlj slam P!:K?S were awarded, Mrs. Milton Pcfia of'Osceola choosing a Go^ey nilnt.innlch box, Mrs. Ruth Car- lyfle of Osccola a Dresden baskn ,nnd Mrs. charllne Holden of Pecan Point, an ash tray, Mrs. Hale Jackson enicrtain-'d the three table lirldg? club to which she belongs at licr home h;ro Tues- d»y evening. Guests besides the club members Inducted Mesdames fluy jsryant David Travis, and Stnnley Carp«n- ter, Miss .Cartherlne Harwell and Miss Josephine Montague. High score-club prl?,e was won by Mrs. James Driver and Mr". Guy Bfyant won|{il S h^coic guest prize. Among the numbers of Osccolans who attended the circus in Blylhe- ville Wedncsdny evcnln'B wore Mr «]i:l Mrs. Arthur Webb Mrs w" J SlKddnti and Billic Pain Shcddan-' Mr. ami .Mrs. Bruce -Ivy and Bruce Jr.; Dr. nnd .Mrs. L. D Masscv ami their children... charllne and Aimic Merle; Mrs, Ely Driver an" ciidrcn; Mrs.-Hiinvy Bradford and children;. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Coli-man and settle Jean; Mr. nnd Mrs. Hale,-Jackson. Mr. nnd Mrs """Ur 81 ^ 61 ' Mlss Elizabeth le, Miss Emma Cox, Mrs. L. B. HATS NOW,.. $ 5 Slclson's new 1932 Hat v.iluc . . . now colors anil sl.vlcs, too! BergHatsafc $3 . 50 Kmmerson Hats at $2 95 And Noil)... FORTUNES Stnnlily'RiiJll OXFORDS O I'llr ni'Oiitcst value you've ever scon. All sizes. i -\iinn- Ru-sli ' Ankle K.'ishiouccl Oxfords $5-$7-$9 R. 0 HUGHES &CO. tt-lfl Sini Coble. A. nd Clyde Hitter Prosecuting Attorney S. L. Glud- h returned Wed.iescay nl s nt frail Wynne, where circuit court adjourned for tl, c leril , j-jjuy-daj. to Tokio Plane Returned to Purchaser EETnblT. MirfT lUl') - The > p t'lio«' nionoplaiip, "I'ride of L'c- troil" In which Edward F Schles and William S. Bvouk |lc«- from Detroit to Tokio in 1027. li :is Ixen returned, to ArUiiir I). Cronin who purchased It, at an auction a year Schlec left tho shiy al Ford Airfoil aflcr the (llghi, and the ford Motor company held Uis p ane for accumulated storage a:i<! charges of WOO. A Jury in ccm- moii picas court. awarded the plane to Cronin, who nnnotinccd through 1115 Attorney that lie would present it lo some museum. Old Letters Find New Dominant Issue TOVEKA, Kan. (UP*-A dispute r»; ; vlleth " 1 ' llwrp are 0 or 13 ctj founders of Topeta has hrcatcned to divide Ihc Old settlers organization here into two warring sides. '' 0 arBllnienl n ro?p wljrn John ahe placed a 20-tnn Iwulder in one of the parks and inscribed in a copper plate the name of 13 city fathers. Another oW (imcr. Thorn us P. Doran, tccamt indignant when he discovered Doane had 'ilin in" some names in Ihc list of distinguished men. One group sided with Doanc and one with Doran. Thus the Old Sellers society as ah issue to .dominate cadi of its meetings. SLEEP SOUND, STOP GAS Niivsc V. Fletcher says: "Sicmncli s bloated me Fn bnti r could not steep. .One spoonful Adlerikn brought out a_ll the gas and now 1 sleep well and fee! fine." City 3rug store. _ A « V . Mf "3 I ^V._S1RCTEMBKU 'JG, 1933 Sparkling Neiti Styles in ' For. Dress or Sporis W ( T»iJ M ear Hii'st; nuw Stiit.s ni-e proviu ' most iiapitliu- . . . . s ]],,,vn >i, . two tnvuc ;,!!(! foiii'-pji;-.- combiMtior,^. Coals, Jackets, Minis anil Sweaters -i few stylos will)' },a t s ' (o V.'dol Ho Novelty .Icrscys KnilU'il MM lirown mack Tan Wue (.'rteri ie«c! Mixtures $3.95-$5.95'-$6.1-$9.85-$14,95 NEW YORK STORE Direct from NEW YORK FASHION SUCC1SSES Lowest Prices EVER at the beginning of the Season! DRESSES and 4 OFF.with thc old f ishiore — on ititb the ««.••' Hetc ire gl gloeioui new colors— sciwiUiting Obrics, nch. beyon^ Intetcsting sleeves . . dips . . buttons . «-e,ytb:nel And Pn?«.*»' would do juKicc to the etui of die sc»sonf Better hu hurty. Social Knil Dr(.-h!ii's ...... $.1.98 Cl»i)<iivn.s Wool Novcl[\ Orcss(>sSL9o Extravagantly Fwred!. Big Luxurious Collars.' PASS ihc good news along' Wraparound made!' m fmvn rupcy woolens! And thc moil gprgws furs ihjr lav c c^'ci £loiific«l cojts at or nc*r—iliese prices! Big, fluffy l.ci collars-fm bracelet's at• the-clbowi—cicpc ,linings—xvirm. full'm;et iinmgs! No Need to Wait! Buy TOD A Y on LA Y-A WA Yl A Small Deposit ffolds Your Selection! 220-222 W. Main 'Blvtlicvillc, Ark.

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