The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 15, 1932 · Page 8
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 15, 1932
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT S/ee/e •.•"!'• Society—Personal The W. M. U. met at the Baptist church Monday afternoon with an attendance of 13 members. An interesting program entitled, "Entrusted With the Gospel," wasiled by Mrs. Hadley Llmbaugh, assisted by Mesdames Amer Aiblll, George Cook, Sltns Mtchle, Ed S'.out, J. R. Croekett, J, P.'. Patterson, J. Q, Davis and L. B. Balne. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Neil and children of Cooler and their; daughter, Mtes Sue Neil of Memphis v;re dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. Q. Davis Sunday. Miss Nell returned to Memphis in the afternoon after having spent two weeks here, Harrj 1 Jenkins, Dus'.o'n Moart and Miss Eunice Quthrie accompanied Miss ElUabeth Marvel] to liayll Saturday where., she caught tlic train for Her home ai Puxlco nfter several weeks vlslt»herc'. with .heo, sister. Mrs. C. E. Miller. Ruth, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Sadler, is seriously ill Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hudgln.'i. (for. Buddie, ami Miss Helen copelaml shopped in Blythevilte Monday. Mr. and. Mrs.- Leslie Tope of Kentucky were here Sunday visiting friends. Mrs. T0|« Is remembered Iiere as Miss Ina Halico-.v. Friday after ip«Minj a we«lc In SI. Loul* wllh MlM Erelyn Dellsle of Portagevllle Mr. and Mr». John Harnra, Mr and Mrs. Wade Hitnra and Misses )S«W» and Niloni Hirnr'a of Ca- rutpnullh MM lueits pf :,Mr. and Mrs. ssm H*mri Biirrfty after noon, John Frame celebrated his slx- tlelh birthday ulth a dinner at his home last Tliursday evening. Guests jire^Mr. and Mrs. Fayte Frame &iM children, Mr. and Mrs. Uo- nier Smith and children, Sam and Margaret Frame. Joe Furst and H pell,-. • . . ' Mrs. James Clark of BlylhevllJe i'as Ihe luncheon guest, of Mrs, J. W. nobbim Tuejday.. Al&n Woody U attending the A and M. ccJletse at Jonesbdro. .Ark Dr, and Mrs. J. R, McDanlel nave returned a/ter a visit with lelatlvc.s at Ponto;oc, Miss. Mrs.- Undsey Smith and daughter La Jeanne of Caruthcrsvllle OK guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. p yick MLss Ruth MclXmiH left lasi week to enter UK University ol Alabama at Tuscaloosa. Mr. tmd Mrs. 8. P. Myr'fmt have moved, here from Cower. Mr. My- nml Is commercial teacher In the Stecle high school... Mrs. Frank Jordan nnd cliildren returned Saturday after spending several weeks In Die Ozarks .Mrs. H. s. Taylor, Mrs. Rulh l.iwlion, Mrs. O. G. Travis and sou GW stwtrat and the Misses | KHtliellne - - •• tored to, Huff man. Ark., Sun<lay and were accompanied home by Mrs. Llles, Mrs. W. T. Bailey, who has been seriously ill, is some better. Mrs. E. A. Boone. who has been suffering with a broken ankle, is resting very well. I . Miss Mary Lou McDanlel left last week to begin her school at Union Miss. Joe Fursl spent lost week-end in Memphis. Maxlne Walker of Armorel is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. B. H, Sheeley and Mrs. Gertrude Chlsm. Uncle Mike Stephens is improving rapidly in tile Blytlievllle hospital B. H. Sheeley spent Sunday with friends at Armorel, Ark. Miss Sanford of Holland was taken to the St. Joseph hospital in Memphis Sunday by tlie German Undertaking company. Mrs. Claude Alexander vns taken to the Blytheville hospital Monday for a minor operation. Richard Hamra of Senath Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Harnra Mr. and Mrs. j. H. Henderson and children of Haytl were guesU. Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W D Hudglns. Mr. and Mrs. Wllee Curtner and Miss Hilda Plumley spent Sunday at Braggadocio *lth Mrs. Curtner's sister. Mrs. Hero Gallagher. Miss;.Eugenia -. Jenkins returr*B Saturday. John'M. sinlth, 81, died at the lioiire of liU son, j, Hnrn Smith, Wednesday ol'hut week after several days iUness with uremlc poisoning. The body was taken to Hollen. Tenn., Friday for burial. Harry.Jenkins left Sunday to enter Baptist college at Jonesboro. -Jack 'Dowdy spent Tuesday In Memphis on business. Mrs. F. s. Kelley and daughter. Miss Ellen, Brother George DellofT, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Beedinir. M"= M. L.. Bradfleld, J. Y.--Huffman, and (lie Misses flora lee Urunain HazcA Broderlck and Ooldu. Mar- slinll were dinner guests of Mr nnd Mrs. T. r. WhltfleW Sunday. Jack Hanley went to Memphis Monday night to visit his brother Sam Hanley. ''Uc^.Edward pfefler left last week--to attend Jonesboro A. and M. college. Aulton Curltan, aged 15 years nnd 11 months, son of the late c M. Curllon who was killed recently, died at his. home near here Wednesday of jast wnk of typhoid fever. Funeral Mrvlfes were held Thursday with burial in Mt. Zion cemetery. Surviving are his mother. Mrs. C. M. Curilon, and several small brotliers and sisters. Miss JuanlU Laaskur of Cottonwood Point spent last week-end here as the guest of Miss Velma Jaae'Travli. They motored-to-Bis- Amazed YOU'LL IUTC the surprise of your life when you ride in the New Ford Eight. It's so Mnooth and quiet an •o maneloutJy fleet, and re*yoniir«— that you'll be telling your friend* about it for days. Words just ea,n't begin to dewribe the joy it puts in motoring. • '• • Give yourself the thrjll of driving it tod&|f. Let Ihe New Ford: V-8 tell iU own rtorr •f .soKMlh perfomuoce MM| eMy tiding comfort. . : Drive the NEW FORD EIGHT \ Let the car tell tit ovm ttorf PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. >i., . .Pfcone 811 - 810 - 777 jr.evl!)* Sunday afternoon. t L. L. Robinson has accepted a position with Ihe Holly Gin com |)anv. Misses Clara and Ethel Sandage pp»l Ettl arid Jirxr Bagle Hiltcd friends uf plythevtlte Sunday, Mr. and Mrs^MllJird Wllkle of Caruthersvllte were dinner guests BIATHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS of Mr. and Mrs. R. Williams Sunday, in the afternoon they drove to White Oak to visit Mr Wll- "mis' father. J. H. Williams wi;o seriously ill. Mr. mid Mrs. Snead op pitu- burifh, PH., W ho have been visiting - b lnon ,. , ., relatives |,crc, nd for tliclr l:ome. . Rev. and Mrs. A. V. Sadllre, Mrs. T. 0, Bf»slty. Mrs. J. R Crockett Mrs. Amor A/W11, .Mrs Sims Mlcliic JUrs. J. P. Patterson, Mrs .L W Calmer, Cleorge L. Talben, and Letoy Johnson were among those troni steele wl ra attended the Nc«- [Vladrid Baptist association at lloa- i;ton. Mo., SuiKlay. Mfe Roberta Marsh of Carulh- vlle spent last *-t^k- c . llc | ,,,;„ s Hie euosl of M rs . i, ii. Ba , "" Mr '-' - VarcU(I """"ugh spent tosi week-end here tts of Mr. ami M rs . ,„,„.„.. )niaufeli. »MU.IJ :Mr. nnd M re . Herbert H IVL-INI U Mr,. N. JI.MB.rd of K *<"<>. Tenn., spent last week-enc' here us K u«(s ol Doek Ha KK ard a r " le Slw ' le " s . f . s . N . Ha( , ga| . d <d for a longer visit ? small .son O f Mr and Mrs l*sttr Wyal!. j., .seriously m .- Reiser News Notes ;.Dr. W, T. Hodge of Marlomm *a.s Ihe gue.U ol J>r. nnd Mrs. Trav- here past wek-end. - — of Marie wi on business Tuesday. Irene Nichols, n-lio has been «« riously 111, is able to be up. Mrs. Tom Doien sr., of Jonesboro Is visiting. Mr. ond Mrs. Tcr-i Dolcn jr.; for several days n E. Lee Wilson of Wilson »as here on business Monday. The Rev. and Mrs. Haul Galloway were here Sunday. The B. Y. p. u. gave a social at the nine Hole Friday. School opened here Monday Vi'li 300 pupils enrolled The faculty consists of Miss Tominle Shcrrlck of Indiana. Mte Hnby Smith of W,-M Polnl. Miss,, Miss Sue Whlpple Uucsts Sunday Mr. nnd Mrs. Craig of Gosnell, Opal Wldner, O!cn- ora Brooks, W. D. Koonce nnrt Russell Kooncc. mjl noJjcrtsc*)], ivho hiis tJt?t?n sick, is Improving. Mrs, Howard Hrowu's Illness is growing wcVw. Mr. and Mrs. Larson Crump were uuest-sof Mr. ;ind Mrs. Ch;ir- lc.'y Springer of Driver Grow Kim- day. . . ~— ••*"*. oiiiiiuie g] ArkndclplilQ, Miss Ah lle nowles 0( Kclser, Miss Edith Ilxm-ell o f y c . Crory, Orb Chllds of KeLscr W P 1'lKS-of Kelser. Johnnie KcLser of Osceolfi and Jiirnc-s Garrctl of 'IVc-- lon, Tenn. Lawrence Hood of niythevillc v,s here iMondny on buslncui Miss rcnil Mi-Claln and Mr H--. vey WIKon vlbllcd 1,1 Owcola' Sini- Grove New* Driver Grove The Kcv. Waltcrs of Half Mr and Mrs. Larson Crusnp satiitduy night with Mr and Mrs. Howard Brown Mrs. A. J. Wilson and (jraiul- n, Lnwruice Ue Kooncc ucro Kuests of Mrs. Annie lioberlv.n SunUrty. Mrs. W. W. Martin and gram!- auBhtcr, spent Sunday with il ie formers daughter, Mrs. Magtic Harvlson. Mrs. Will McConlcy and son Cllllon siictil Sunday with Mrs. Jeiniun Wilson. Mrs. Hill Robertson had as Inr With Men's Wardrobes in the Shape They're in If's time for NEW CLOTHES Of the Woods A, lot : of people have had to do without n<5&. clothes for quite some time, but things are certainly looking up now. 'New clothes are in order. NEW clothes, we said. The clothes in j- our store are new—just in from Hart- Schaffner & Marx. They have 72 Bench Tailoring- features you formerly found only in $65 to But there's no advance in price, even though wool is up as much as cotton. NEW SUITS with all these 72 extra tailoring features. $ 24 CA New Mead Clothing Co. Moon «-|ll not flU his ap;»lnlmi>nt here Saturday nlijht ami Sunday on account of n revival he ts iducthiK at Flat Lake. He will IHli-e nt Loi-e oak Sunday af- Icnioon. Since the revivals have eiidcc! In this vicinity people are tryhj'/ to get prayer meeting starlet! n«alii. There will ]-.-. praver meeting this Wednesday night, an'd everyone Is Invited. The Rev. CieorgL- nobcrlson of Varbj-o filled his nuiwlnlmenl here over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Hod''e *IH Sunday with M rs . tommlc utls cf Half Moon. Mr. and Mrs. Larson Crump of Icciin Grove. Miss Sarah Robertson of Yni-bro. and Mr. and Mrs. Ihn- 17 Oaincs siwnt Sunday with Mr «nd Mrs. Clunrlcs p. Simmer Henry Jarrett Is making' w« MORRILTON, Ark. iUl')— Foot-1 ball will >K drojipud ironi ihcl suarts schedule at Harding col-1 Icgc this fall it was annuuncecl by the Ixravd of trustees. Tile eKijen entailed by Hie game was Hiv the reason. ^ __ ___ __ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER jo, 1S ;j9 ~~ ^-^--^-— - — - r " ...... =^_:- Mr. and-Mrs. Mack Koalter of Yarhro siienl ihe week end with the hitter's parents, Mr. and Mrs '• Z. Gate. " rs - M »'"jc- Springer Is 111 this c , k ' "s ls M™- Ethel Swain. " dysclla ? l - fs mornmg nt 9:45.' EXCURSION ST. LOWS AM) KKTdW V Children Half I'are CiO— Leave Ulyttieville 10 |im September will HKTUKN— Leave SI. l.yni.s !fl pm Double-Header J!;i|] ;j9 f _:-f Highest Cash Prices Paid For OLD GOLD SILVER and BROKEN and Here 3 Days Only THURS. - FBI. - SAT. Sept. 15-16-17 Jiii/iff hi your old jewelry and other Hold and silver for an estimate Representatives Located at KIRBY BROS. DRUG CO. Corner M;iin & Hrwulvvaj lilytheville, Ark For Additional information ASK THE Blythcvillc. Ark. COATS We're tremendously p \- o u d of these extraordinary, values.. and prouder still of t h e perfectly grand' coats. The new smooth woolens.. .the luxurious furs... and their deep glowing colors make them utterly irresistible. The Furs: I-'OX SKAUNE MAU.M1NK MARTIN FITCH FiAIXiKEi Other Coats $12.75 and up KOCKIf CRI-I'KS! SII,KS! WOOLS! Kvcry tlri'ss in our stock s,, ,,cvv they'll make Ihe ri-st_ of your fi^ks .seem old-^shi A Ihe imporli.nt new colors and slvlcs AH si/es. .. $C95 ; 5 Silk Hose Full Fashioned, I'ure Thread Si H<»so. New full colors I'air I'ure Thread Silk, Jfesh Hose, Shot Dots value, pair Shot Dots, elr. A wonder Of-(J Millinery Ladies I'iiH Hats (hal deserve the \ highest praise wo can jjivc them \ for never have you hem offered so much style ;uul <]tiuli(y at sn low a price. I. ROSENTHAL inc. N. K. Corner U. R. and M;im Sis. I'hone 2(10 Ulylhcville. Ark j^^

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