The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 23, 1932 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLEI,_i(AaK.) COURIER NEWS Society Calcndai . Btatat rwden bcidge party at fcome of Mrs. B. A.- Lynch at 2:30 P.m.; for Central Ward P. T. A. CeMntt* Birthday . »on «<'Mr.-incl Mrs- W. Mirion WlllliBnis,:!^-, -»nt Wrthd»y party yest«ni»y/»ftfrno6n'.'atUiKjed by Heads Hadassah . «ST» ; t«ine» and contests pl«rfd;,out "]« 'dbors In. which Je«n-. WlUUm»;:citTled. the most beMjfttt ».,Jvr»lfe, Philip Reed and Rirxy'Fafr 'tied for ' imitating a . lluo, • Bilfc • ' Louise G«inw best ptnn«i the tail on tlie elephant »&1 Betty (Francis Woodson best bit the apple hanging oh « siring. AH received prizes. Jetted to-. a circle -.the, guests .*»tched the : . young host unwrap hte gifts ind lator all -were given f^fors,' Ihe .^boys receiving, hammers end balloons and tile girls . (Mis and balloons. Jthe birthday caXc was served *Hh Ice cream cones laic In the Afternoon. •• » » • 4» Cl'ab F»rty Airs. Jesse M. White was hostess •rtfa* the New Tuesday Brldsc club Ifit evening for the weeUy party • wen • husbands of 'the' members vine also present. Jhe high score prize was won bj,Mrs. Tom Hwton.. chicken/salad Fas' »rv«d' with w and coffee to the lour tables t players. • » ' ' ' Vt Ccmpllment Bride. litees Mary MeHancy and Gltid- y|^H»rdln will have a bridge parly : EWurday afternoon, at 'the Hnrdln heme, complimenting Mrs. Bancroft TJjJTjvwr-.p was, be lore her recsnt nWrriage, Miss Mary Hor.ey! ' mre Btafa Purty.- . About 75 attended the Bingo par- tfcat the Armorcl school last nls':,l iwich xis -.sponsored by (ha p.u- .*«t-Te«cher .•'association. The prir • e^were 'donitid by merchants am' I*li»idual3 -of. Blyltevilb ar4 Ar. agrci. v -:. :: ,'•-..• JjTils iras the s-con-i of a W.-y of. activities planned:by l':a -group . lot this year, the first havlnj beer, ^community plcnte. " " •' 1 Sh V H. Hurley announces the e of her daughter, Hazel rdln, to Mi-. Garland Needham, e. wedding took place Monday h fuiUc : co : K; b. Walker per- fcrfning tM t .'ceremony. • • jjThey irUl make their home, in tjl* city. : • • - Hdyti Society-—Personal Mrs. Sainue] W. .Halprln, new president of the Hadassah, women's national Zionist organization, has also another distinction. Only 35, she Is one of the youngest woman executives In the United slates. Hadassah comprises 40,000 members n;id i s (lie largest Zionist feminine croup. icThe tadics. Missionary societies »d the' pMachers of the McthooV « churches ot this district held £ meeting . at the church here Wednesday-'.;with about t»'o/1iuni Aed attending. JJAmong.'the speakers wsre Mrs. •yirdle Fsirrar, a relumed'Mission- try from Brazil. In the morning she gave a lecture and In the nf- firnoon she showed ths curious »e brought back with her. Mrs. H Kitchen of St. Louis gave an ffltereitlng talk on "Lady Fourth Saughler of China." Mrs. R. H. Ballard of Haytl gave nn inter- «SUr« talk on the New Study fiook for this y.;ar. Mrs. Slgler of ^arma lectured on ^Christian _ Llt- »«lure." A lunch WBS served at fte noon hour by the Missionary Society.. ; .. ,.--. ; .'. jThe -Womans Missionary Union field »n interesting program nt *e Baptist church Wednesday at- Brnoon. The topic dealt uith the Missouri Missions. This was led by Mrs. E. O. Walker who wns nbly Insisted by Mesdames S. E. Neth- efy, Champ Get tings, Delia Winters, R. L. Gilbert, M. Fry and gey. E. G. Walker. f •'•>'- --••.... . . . ~>(rs. A. Ellison of Poplar Bluff Sfciled here Wednesday. »Mrs. O. E. Kitchen of St. Louts Jfcited here Wednesday,- - Advance Plan to Make Christmas Cotton Gift Da; COLUMBIA, 6. C. CUP)—Til :'.s::c:nti&n for the Increased VL /f C:ltcn already Ins b:gun n nlcnElvc cainpnlin to make 18^ Ohils'.rr.as a CoUon Christinas, ; b ;UIId-iij ccntlnie'nl thronshout- th otlon etawlhj ilates to prssen ••clion g.fls whenever possible. Tho nssociatlon susgcols gifts bi cotton pajamas, shirts, underwear, lisle socks,-.bandXirclilcfs, towels, sheets, bed spreads, napkins, bath stUj'^dripfrltj. auiomoMIe tires. eottor4ccjr4eptT»t»tlon«ry, for men cridMhs Souse." ' ' . .-. For womeri. (he nsswlatlbn pre- •cilbes abbreviated velreteen cven- .iiB wrnps, lounging pajnmas of Ivetecn, suede cloth jackets in intural chamois eoior, vibrant high Jmdes or rich dark tones; lisle iwealeis; sweat shirts In gay col- ir's; winter sports-suits of cordn- -oy or cotton gabardine; riding ;iothes of tailored colton fabrics; lingerie blouses ol organdie or :otlon lace or. dotted Swiss; fabric [loves with flaring cull; lisle mesh hose, etc. For children: frocks for school or play of gingham, cliambray or percale; adorable party dresses of pnslel voile or organdie or point cl'fsprit; sun suits .and rompers of any number of tubbable cottons; overalls; tap danelng outfits ot elveteen and broadcloth or ging- lam; calico dolls; friendly nnlmnls of eonted fabrics; imdcnvcnr ol broadcloth. Other gilts for the home: gnr- iienl bags, bed spreads, chcnillo and hooked rugs;'.shoe bags; pll- oivs, nmttresjes; lamp shndcs; iwnlngs; cocktail napkins; slip cov- jrs, tableclotlis, closet accessories; sundry bags, bridge covers; floor cushions or coated fabrics. Swimming Po«| Citrons Civen New Thrill 2 JACKSONVILLE. Ha. . OJP) _ RrtnJns of a' saimmln; pool .were .Bv«n a new thrill recently by Ctpt .< W«li«eV C« sirtll, professional shirk-fishter, wlio spent a halt JJour chasing .a most elusive porpoise. ' ' . iDuring -the. half-hour scramble g»SMll managed to get'aboard the Bprpoise lliree times for'a ride up •id dovn the pool. He also en p*«l in several wrestling tout Wth the porpoise, .... . *C»sw'ell, from Pah»iii»"ctly. i Fla. f*rns Ik living by (Wing shark «Pd devil fish. Armed irtth a knlf; te goes Into the water »s»'U»3t rmn gllng sharks, and bstUcVUKn-. t :mt death. Ho has klllcl over" 30; *»fks, it is reported an! 13 dcvl »h In publi3 exhibitions. • •* 2 Hospital Notes -•.JjPMient* admitted to the Bly- Afvllle hospit.l tpd«f.: ClaiKline ; .Starts, Holland, Mo., Mrs. T W |hut«e, city. Fruit Trees Blossom For Second Time ALLENTOWN, Pa. <UP) 'apple -blossom time" now in E crsville in the Iiearl ol the fnr region near here. • An nppie and a |»2r tree 01 [arm of Robert Weaver burst blcssom soon after the first of fnilt had been picked this iv Unusually \vaiiu weather ca Hie month devclo|icrt the f blossoming of the trees, hoi tiirtsts said. It's hlm- ;ining Shi Ihe into crops nonlh. iriy In erojnl rlicul Bits oj N Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Whltaker of Austin, Tex., will arrive here today Mrs. Whltaker will be the' guest ot Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Johnson for two weeks while Mr. Whlt- alwr, who Is the cotton statistician for Texas, will continue to Washington, n. O. for a business trip. Mrs. John Cha[ili), who has been quite 111 for a week, is no better. Mrs. Fydney Wilson and Mrs. Stewart Wetzler liavc returned to their home in Somerrille, Tcnn., alter a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Baker L. Wilson. Mis. W. ID. Chamblln jr., returned lust night from Evening Shade, Ark, whore die has been with her father, J. A. Harrell, who Is very 111. She will return there within a tew days. Mrs. Nelll Heed spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. Baker L. Wilson was a Memphis visitor yesterday. Mrs. S. S. Stcrnbcre and daughter, Miss Helen Alice, and Mrs. C. E. Coulter spent yesterday in Memphis. The Rev. E.'k. Latlmcr returned today from Ifl Center, Ky., wheie he has been conducting un evangelistic meellng. He will go to Wycllffe, Ky., Monday for a slriillar meeting. Mrs. Lntlmer ami two daughters will accompany him there. - >'\ Mr. mid Mrs. W. L, Robertson have as their guests Mrs. II. V. Anderson of Niiviisota, Tex., nncl Mr. and Mrs. Heard Iiob;rtson nn^ son Billy, of Linden, Texas. Dr. Edna Nlcs left Uxluy for Mineral Wells, Texas, where she h to take tt posl graduate course nl the Norwood Clinic for three weeks. Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Johnson and Mrs. H. S. Davis, accompanied by Mrs. I., L. McDjarman of Luxora. ind Miss Mildred Wnrren of Haiti, Tonn., returned yesterday from a nwt-:r tour t'r.roujn 1G states. In- 2lu:'cd In their stops were points !ii Canada, Niagara Falls. Ne«' York city and Washington, D. C. Mrs. A. Conn'jiy and her mother, Mrs. B. E. Hllem, of Everolt. Wash., arc in Osceola today as sucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey While. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waterman ha'cl as their guests Wednesday J., Hi'Ducworth and A. B. Fngan ofj Memphis.*- ' - •. { I Mr., and. Mrs, W. H, ,?ini.tl) of. Jackson, Miss., are guests" ot Mr.! and Mrs. C. a. Smith at their' country home "Windernicre" and ami Mr. mid Mrs. W. LcotrSmith at their suburban home. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Miller aixl Miss Ruth Whltworth motored to .Memphis today. Miss Martha Reynolds, of Haytl. Mo., has come here to accept a temporary position with .the Innd department of the Chicago Mill. Tile Rev. P. Q. Rorie, pastor of the First Methodist church the Rev. W...J. LeKoy, pastor of tti: Lake Street church, and the Rev. drover Sutherland, pastor of the lilylhcvlllc circuit, will attend a meeting of pastors of the Joncs- Uoro district at Osceola tomorrow afternoon. W. B, Tanner will return tomorrow from a 'business trip to Helena. Mrs. L. M. Burnette, who has 1 been qulle ill, Is now better. C. W. Aflllck is transacting business in Forrest city and Simsboro, Ark. Mrs. LeRoy Wood has returned from Ixjpanto wliere she spent two weeks with her sister, Mrs. David Morion Barton. R. E. Lee Wilson attended to business here and at Armorel ycs- Icrdiiy. Mrs. Elaine Scott of Memphis was the guest, of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns last week-end. Mrs. Bernard Gooch nnd Miss Nell Williams are In Memphis for two days, Mrs. C. W. Affllck spent yes- lerday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigecr r., spent yesterday in Memphis Mrs. j. T. Ashley, who has )i:cn Hi, Is nor convalescing. Wednesday night. Mrs. violet Mc- CaUlstcr was a guest of (lie club Miss Swan Nayior received first prize, hose, and Mrs. Siim Castleberry received second pilze, a compact and lipstick, and Mrs. J. c Woodson received handkerchiefs for low score prize. • t » Mrs Kern Marshall of Tcxurkam, Ark., arrived here Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Gordon Wright The two ladles left Wednesday morning for North Carolina to vis- It their father. Miss Marls Stancck returned home Wednesday Kft?r Jisvlii? spent Use past five week? vacation- Ing. In Wisconsin and other polnls in the north and east. She spent some tlms with h2r relatives in Hlllsboro, Wis., and in Chicago, Dr. M. B. Hendricks of Memphis was a business visitor in this city Wednesday. Mrs. Meyer Grabcr of Kemiett, Mo, visited her parents, Mr. ni:d Mrs. Ely Shamskl. Tuesday ant! Wednesday. Buddy GhouM spent Wednesday In Slkcston and Charlestcn, Mo. attending to business, I'. C. Chambllss of Anderson, Mo., an adjuster for Hartford Insurance company, silent Wednesday here on business. He adjusted tlie Cawthersuille Society—Personal The Ladies of Ihe Parish eiilcr- tnlned. with a Catholic -benent bridge parly at the Catholic hall Tuesday nlglit. There were seven tables, four of bridge and three of Jiltcli. Miss Rosa IAT chnuvln re-1 celved high score prize, hos;, in the I pilch games, and Mrs. L. G. Chau-1 il» received high score prize, hose, In tlie bridge games. Mrs. Jltn Daniels received a set ot luncheon dishes as the consolation prize in the' bridge games, and Rev. B. T. Walsh • received a carton of cigarettes as' the men's prize. Mrs. Amos Rccker cn^rlaliiKl Tuesday afternoon with three U- Mes of bridge at her home on West 6Ui street Mrs. Olan Johnson of Evansville, Ind, Mrs. M. pj gua O j DaUas, Texas, Mrs. Howard Blau- cnard ot Baton Rouge, Ui, and Mrs. Pauline Hayden of this city were guests of Ihe club. Mrs John Qarrelt received the club prize hose, and Mis. G. W. Lincoln received cards as the consolation prize, the guest'prize going to Mrs. Olan; Johnson. The Ladies Aid of the Christian church met Tuesday* night with Mrs. A. D. Martin, Mrs.'j. C. Hudspeth led lire devotional by reading a chapter from the neiv lestament. This was followed by election of officers, In which Mrs. Irene Acqtiins was chosen president and Mrs. A. D. Martin sc:- retftry-treasurer. The next meeting will be the first Wednesday in October. Miss Lucille Nayior entertained tlie Jolly Nines at her home on A hot air balloon recently loc a glider aloft In Aurora. III. TIJ glider cut .loose In the air. Sweet Cream BuUcr 25c I,b. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk lOc Qi. Delivered riiorte 71 Bulgarian HuUcrmilk lik Ql. Go to Church Suflday TOMORROW Is the Last Day of This SPECIAL SELLING OF ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES Many items are sold out but there are ' plenty of good values here for you. ! Washer*. Vacuum Clcancr.s, F 1 o o r: Lamps, Boudoir Lamps, Mixers, T<w.si- ; ers, Percolator.-, Stoves. Anustroii"- \ t? • Table Slovos, Li<;iu Fixlurcs, Etc. : All at Very Low Prices Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. Jots ot R. D. Culver, who recently losl Ills home and several outbuildings by fire. A. M. JiolKrlsoa of Llti.'c Heck, Ark., spent Wednesday In this city on business for his firm, the Cotton investment association. 'Mrs. S. J. fate and Mrs. Nina fate SJXMU- Wednesday in lienile, Mo., the guests of Mrs. Dorothy Edwards. Mr. Owens ot St, Louis ititrndcd to business for the St Louis lnsp:c- tlon bureau here Wednesday. Roscoe Coker went to Memphis Wednesday to bring home Pink AcufT, who has been a patient In the Methodist hospital there for the past Ifo weeks. Mrs. Pay Brannon reHimHlTionTe Wednesday from Memphis where she had spent the past few days win her sister, Mrs. B. P. Brown, who is a patient in the MXhodist hospital there. Morrsli Defielgli i,ei>! to Mem- Phis Wednesday to bring Mrs. DD- Relgh home from th= Methodist Hospital, where she has t«n a pa- tiont for the past few days. Mr. nnti Mrs. J. c. Bras; of S',. Louts have spent the p.is: in- days [«>re In the home of Mr. nnJ Mis. Rosccc P! cr ce. They will leave for f-cir home In St. I/nils Saturday. Freak Dog It Born Without Front Legs MEMPHIS, Tchn. (UP) —"tiny" |ias a unique claim to distinction in dogdom-shc was born without iront feet. Some call her the "Kangaroo og' because the four-months-old dog^walks In Jumps on her rear egs, which liavc become abnormally developed, Wlien "Tiny" wants : 'to walk, she Just hops along on the rear legs £he was born in a litter of six and the other live are normal physically. It first was suggested thai artificial means—a harness and roller —be provided for the little do» but this suggestion was sa aside to allow the c!og (o develop. It is believed "Tiny win i carn to use hcr «ar legs efficiently enough to get along without any trouble. SRPl'EMBER 23,' 1932 Saturday, Sun day, Monday NEW Gibson|)la S s 50 c CftC BRJ1JJANT1NE OCC For Hands and Fact ALMOND BENZOIN LOTION IG-Oz. Hot. COD LIVER OIL 25 FLASHLIGHTS 500-Foot Spollight ABSORBINE JR. KRUSHEN SALTS 69 JAD SALTS 69 AMBROSIA S2 i 7ft »V C FITCH SHAMPOO TONIC FKKK New Gillette Razor and 1 lllue Bl:id c 3c'm Razor, 3 btarte Colgate Slaving Cream. All for Goodrich Rubber Goods Sale Now Going On Kvery Piece Guaranteed from Two to Five Yeais W '" $2 Fount;iin Syringes ;intl Hot Water Hottujs Vastile Soap\ _ Pure * Oiii-c on I f'INKHAM Vt'KcUtblc i round | Compound 23c J! Krail Good Hooks tram Our Library ALCOHOL rllii'L 19 C ASPIRIN lhyc W5 VAPEX 75 C MAI.TOSK MODESS PkK- PIPES $1" $3,50 •Slop That Cold — Take THOX1NK BROS^ORUGCO. DRUG CO. 23 Phone S9 The smoke of a great forest flre near Oulittli, Mlnti.. was traced as far as Texas alter three days • Coral R«f Located TOKIO, Japan. (UP) - A coral reef estimated to, be worth at least 10,000,000 yen lias been located nln^ naiiilcal miles cast of Cliicbijinia", one of the Islands In the Boniu grouj). Driver Unhurt After Cras'.i SANJX3RD, Me. (UP)— Wh;:i an cxprc.a train demolished a m3lor truck nl an Oxtord grade crossing, Bertram C. Glkon, (W, sHppjd from (lie truck wreckage, unliurt Oilson weighs 300. ANNOUNCEMENT I liave moved my music stuiilo from Parfchurel Co., to 'The Blythcvllle Music Shop", opjjosltc the postolfice. We have all nc* p popular radio hits., call and let me play them for you. Prices icduccd. MRS. HELLE M. WOOD Phone 785-J After 6 O'c ;A trade mark you know and trust. Always [have. It promised you value—and always jdelivcred. Trust it now more than evcrl it delivers more quality for the price than ever before IT'S TIM SINKER TP HERE'S got to be an end to this "beat that price'' whoopee party sometime Merchants and manufacturers are adulterating quality so fast and furious that one of these days you'll be getting mosquito netting (I'ardon the aside but they'd he n lot more open and above hoard than a lot of the suit values we've seen) 'So, we'v c "gone quality" hook, hue and sinker— We'rc ( giving you in Havt Schaffner fc'Marx Clothes from $24.50 (o $35, 72 of the Bench Tailoring details that went into last sea- / son's $65 to $75 suits. 1 hat's a lot of quality for the money . . . and if you're smart and arc anxious to make your budget buy more, you'll come here Greater Guardsmen Suit Now with 72 of $65 to $75 Bench Tailoring details $29.50 New Mead Clothing Co. ;

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