The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1932 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 22, 1932
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER. NEWS Society Calendar Executive board mtetlng of Wo- menT club af-2 p. M., followed by fleeting of civic department at 3>. H. ' i Satvdar BeiofH garden 'bridle, parly »t lionJof Mrs. B. A. Lynch'at 2:30 p.m.; for Central Ward P. T. A. Sbmirr let Bride-Elect. - Mis Elizabeth Hates', whose n»ar- rlag<C to Murray Smart will be sol- eomted October flr&t, was the guest of Ifcnor at'fi'sSowcr party given l»6tiveniri|laT the Baptist churc' by the choir; of Jhat church. ' Ajmock. Veddliig ceremony <xt unicjuely carried' out with Mrs. T E. King as toe' bride and Allen Rushing ous t$e- bridegroom, Foi the*nuptial mlisliST. H. Hay sang a parody •lo'-'jo, Promise Me' andl'thc strairis -of Ihe weddtiiE marth were heard >ilh Mrs. Rus- sellfrarr at ttieVplirio. The l»'i flovfcr girls, MiMes-iVlrglnta Craf ton.and Heleii Hardln, scattcr« conttltt down the aisle lo the alia •which was beautifully decoraUtf-.h autimn llo»ors. Tfce bride's bouquet im of clolhc plnJ and a lace curtain made he trying veil. The',Rev; : ; Alfred 8 Hanell used a 'comical Veddin Mnhce in acting his part. S$ss Holey was presented n Complete set of gifts' 'for tire kitchen, all Jn Ivory and green. ijie 30 present were served Te. fieaJimcnts. Mrs.'.. Paul L. Tiptou »-a^ in charge of the arrangements lorjlhe party. ounty council here Inter' in the program: talk "Parents nml Teach-1 for tho group which will have for \l;• ' •'•'.'' cvi" Mri. Harry W. Hairi^s; talk its motto "Let's Go." The colors •This, chorus is but ono'of Bevcrul "History of the P. T. A." Mrs. C. are to be blue and while •< ctlvities which f::e group plans to W. Aflllck; inllt' \v;m the Tcaelurr class flower, the magnolia, arry out this year. Mrs. Zal B. May Expect of tlic P. T. A." Mrs. j Members of Hi; program eoinnilt- larrison. flnance chairman, report- ^oc Craig; talk "What the Mother tee lire I.My Heck, Ted King and d $« made rom a iiurimati talc May Ex|Kct of tr.c P. T. A." Mrs., Mildred Mourc. Matlie Pearl Hcani nd anolher rummage salc'Viij'. be A. M. Washburn; Ihc prcslicnl's: j,,,^ o<j snc )| ' at)c i j[ m chlsholm icld Saturday. Bach month $10'will message "Safcgmdlni: Chllilhicd"I compose Ihe enter•taliiinvnl commll- ' ' read uy Mrs. John C. Mclianey jr. t ec. won • for the nctlvllU'S tills year In i 'given lo the tuition und. Miss' velda Adcock's room he dollar prize or having the most raising money. Mrs. n. A. l,yncli. mothers present. finance chairman, reported these Mrs, c. S. Stevens presented the' projects planned; n. benefit bridge 1 ma<j* UR-O (hose:, uuni- • party for Saturday, a tag day Oc- -rlw '.The 'Mother's, -Urge" j lober 8, a play during the first \frs. ijieilc tlatcy;' "The Cur rlcu- ' week of November and Ih3 selllns urn and Ihc Average Child" Craw-, of engraved Christmas curds. | Mrs. R. N. Ware Jr., 'Mrs. C. W. tea I Aflllck and Mrs. Chnrles Wo'jis ord Greelie. 'the 32 present were served and wacrs. C'lass Sponsors .\swmbty Today, The 8-B2 class of the junior high school sponsored the assembly program today. After the song "America the Beautiful" Miss Leone Callicolt played a platio number. For the fe.i- Callaway, pastor of the First. Presbyterian church, spoke on "Law.' The program committee of UK class Is made up of Nancy Klrsh- ncr, Maxlne Brlgham and Elizabeth Edwards who arranged the program. • » e Women Havf lllbk Study, Women of th3 Churcli of Chrlsl met at the home of Mrs. Uanh'. Wclislcr yesleidny for a niblc study "The Last Days of Joshua" was used (or the lesson. • • • Stnlor llish f. T. A. Bruins Year's Work. The meeting of the senior hiq school Patent-Teacher a'.roclatloi Tuesday afternoon formally o;icncc th; yoar's activities after scvera weeks of strenuous work In to tiinion drive. Mrs. Edgar Bonmi was in chnrg of ihe program In which J. Ixjui Ct'.srry spake 0:1 "Employment an Children," Mrs. li. A. Lynch too ii)> "Membership" and the pres dent's message was rend by Mrs THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1932 VI ie invocation and Miss Elizabeth lalcy played a pinna solo. In the business session Mrs. Paul . Tlpton, president, presided. The ollar prize for the best attendant:? to Miss Frances Miller's oom. * f 4 .'lub Itrsunits Wcckty hartioj. Tee . Wednesday llrirtijc club, I'lilch meets weekly during Use win- er and spring season for contra?', bridge games, resumed its parties yesterday when Miss Grace Wrbt) was hostess. Besides club members she also iad as her guests Mcsdames O. W McCutchcn, W. L. Horjiei 1 , J. Nick Thomas, John. W. Pinky, Marvi\ Robinson, Spurgeon Patterson, W I^eon smith, w. J. wuudjrlich Clarence Vollmer and 0. P. Mess Mrs. w, H. MInyard won the clul prize and the guest gift wtnt t Mrs. Homer. A tuna ash salad was .serve... with sandwiches, pickles, cx;ki£s and iced tea. Patients dismissed from the Blythevllle hospital today: Earl j Head courier News Want Adi Hospital Notes Nunnery, Well; Luther Smith, city; Mrs. Carrie Day, city. • ; were appointed sixmsors (or the Girl Scout Irooi). For the room siKmsors these wll serve: Mrs. Nell Little Banister's room, Mrs. Harry W. Halncs a:i<l Mrs. ClAri'iicc Wlbion; Mrs. Jac j Craig's room. Mrs. a. N. Wore jr., | and Mrs. W. C. Hlgglnsoir; Miss I Mnry Outlaw's room, Mrs. George j Hubbard mid Mrs. R. C. Dent jr.; | MLss guiisliin: Swlft'ii room, Mrs, Hnswll 1'arr and Mr.s. Myrtle M. Gourlancl; Mrs. Elma. Armstrong's; i l-iire number the Rev. Morsll M. L. f. Old Jr. Crawford Greene gave iiead Cnirjnr Ni-.v.« -.Vunt AtK Officers o the group or Ihls year are: Mrs. Howard Proctor, president; Miss Vclda Adcock, vice president; Mrs. Qcorge W, Dlllaliunty, secretary; Mrs, W. I. bsborne, treasurer; Mra. Ira Gray, historian. Central P. T. A. Will Ilavo . Garden Urldjc ftrly Saturday. A niimtKr of reservations have al- icady been made for-1112 • bridge party to' be Riven In Hie garden ol Mrs. D. A. Lynch's home Saturday room, Mrs. afternoon for the benefit of the Central Ward rarent-Tjacher asso- Jlatlon; . • '. •' '.. -, 'The party is to begin nl 2:30 j would receive $1. Miss Mary Out. o/clpck. If It should rain It will be j law's room won tr:c,dollar prlu'for leld Inrioors. Attractive prizes have been as- C. Leggetl and ; j Mrs. Elma Armstrong. i • It was decided that oach roam I j wliero all mothers joined the group' K Tjie local Delphian chapter me; \Ve6nesday morning at the Hotel NoSie (or the bi-monthly meeting: Officers and committee chairmen gave theli- monthly' reports nnd-ac- tlvUlcs for the new year were dis cu*edi ~ • • •.••.-.'-.•.---.... embled and refreshments will be tr.vfd after, four James, Mrs. C.'n.-'Babrock/MG-W, is In charge of the reservations. • 9 • ChHa .Welfare : Is To . . Be Sludi«l by P.' t. A. Thc..ccntral Ward P. T. having the most mothers in attendance, having had 60 per cent of the total enrollment. There were 55 mothers present. Class Names OUicrrs. • The 3-A group ot the xrmior high j scliool tins elected these officers Jo'r' Uic year: Hoberl L, Fislicr, prcsl- A., at I dent; R. J..Wii(son. vice presi- U first meeting of the school i year |'I 01 '!; Dorothy. Krutz. sjcretary; ;esterday,'look up the theme. "Child Welfare" as Us study for the year, In'keeping with tills thought.these numbers were -presented for the Melba Foster, reporter; Alnui All- ken, treasurer; Ralph FaYrar, sergeant -at-arms. ; Miss Aria II. Donoho Is sponsor coa^erBtt^ with-the local chapter o: 8 «nd : iVHhii- i lline/lS'(p1ac«^wo boSM In tH£iifrMfc'li»»ry. .-irt ; «r£.;-Jifo«»v*;i'Clu:lt / ,left4«r-o: • thZWJSr^' -tr*'.*^^, Ju . dlttt,*"brought'''dut-'sbTttc 'of-rW'in' llij^ices of the Hebrew languagi upan,Hebrew.Jiteratu* and.,iom '•;i«':iicta'or «•--''*" "'•'••' itory of Judith in other Ut ) trfjwas dtKuswd -bjr . Qbcrat. "•«%';,* drich's Judith and Ho! o ferries disoissfd by Mrs. O. W. Mc- ton.t 'showing some ot the ihMows dt'feeUhl. .-'• '••• * the close of the program Mrs. 0*> Kochtibky, . preslWAl -pre- 1 M»ied Mrs. w.< l MarUh! WlliliimS witt the, cast president pin. ,Onls' thj|e c%pj«ri' H-a'chliig *i£i nlgti st«Bdard of cxcellefacc' as required bjgthe rational organlzilion are evft presented'' \fith-l"(h:.U' pins.' Tlpb Is th« .fifth successive yenr '" the Blythevllle chapter has jHed this' snc« .(he group. 'Bj ; reason .'of tforlnfe -the.. tuition of (i high scjfol pupil, elimlrmted its annual prpldent's day luncheon, Mrs. Willl<*5 '«!'. presented'-' a large cakt Injjlack'anct. gold svmbollzing the Dft)hian colors to shov apprecla- tl« of her efficient year's work. or High f. T. A. s MtHhrtV Clutus. gt thp first meeting of the Junior high school Parent-Teacher association for (his year, which was lie Id }'<9terday afternoon, Ihe newly or- g*lzed "Mothers' Chorus" rendered s«*eral' numbers. This group Is to aflf stag at the -nieclltiB of'thi ~ 5ANNOUNCEMEIST-./ '•; • • ' ' I have moved 'my .. music studio from ; Parkhurst Co.; to ' -' ''The Blythevllle Mu- --.slc shop", opi»sltc , the poslofljlcc.'' .' Wi have all new poi-'Mar radio hits.. . ; call and let mo play ; '•-.I them lor jou. Prices 5 reduced. 5MRS. JIEU.K -M. r'-WOOJ) J Phone' 7RS-J Afltr 6 O'clock Showa in. black, .navy, root and sliinlcs.. ' ; Trends for Fall Thij new fophvcar hits grace iintl distinction. By clever contrast of materials it emphasizes the smartness of iU lines. Black ami the new browns are color favorites. Suede Ties As pictur^fT.' black "•• 'irqwrt. •£*;>.'j^*,; •' ., cri'oc : aif. oc CJOiOO • fjpU.Ot) i- To HALL SISTERS SHOPPE New Suede Pump Pictured above—Spike Heel, brown or black. 86.85 Olliev Slylos-.?5.85. =*, Regeul Pump As pictured to the left—Patent Leather and Black Kid. •84.85 ' Good Slioes and Hosiery Free Demonstration Facials and Skin Analysis RUBINOh-F COSMETICS Borurn's Drug Woolen Frocki Crepes, Knits, Novelties — and everything Smart Sizes 3 to 1G Fall Fashions — for school — for dress — and youTl bt smart to take ad- vatnage of the lowest prices ever i ¥. Mothers-! Your Chance to Keep Them Warm Smartly for Less! ^ fcntv NEW for Misses 1 to 14 M6re New Taxes to Pay! ..:."' - > \ :*'-'' - - ' ^* - ^ j ' • • . . - Under Ihc proposed salca tax, eucru citizen of Arkansas will have to pity a-tax on every purchase ol' more than four cents. The water you drink is even to be taxed. The food you cat and the clothes you wear. This proposed sales tax will be discussed at a public meeiiiif/at the CITY HALL 7:30 P.M. SEPT.22 .; If you are opposed to more taxes, attend this meeting and bring your friends. ... , ..,u.!,-, No Admission — NoColleciion •••••• COATS Other* to $*.90 clever ii c w skives n'cvcr>'tliii:g I M a it y FUR THJMMIiDI T Kegardle» of Price F.VEHY COAT wannlv. FUI.LV LiNW'' NOW THEN CMILDREN, WMERE WOUID YOU DEAL IF You WANTED "R^AL OUAJLITY AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE COST ? THATS EASY/WE'D FOIJ.OW Ttie C/?OWD TO J.C. PENNEY CO. *AN YOU FIND six MISTAKES.IN THIS Or?AWING.STUDY IT CA72EFULLY. . J. C. Penney Co. D E t A RT M•NT toe. 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