The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 29, 1932 · Page 2
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FACE Tiro BLYTHEVILLE. UEK.Y COURIER NEWS Spcitiy Calcndai •' ftutj Fidjelis Sunday school class of First; Baptist church meeting wim lira.<E. H. Deatt*/ • Pi<-School P. T. A. meeting vtth .Mrsi FarnsK-orth Black. L»»g« P. T. A. having T»g Day. i - • W. k. V. Closes Study of Siaie Missions. oman 1 * Missionary union o! the ftot Baptist church closed o sludj of state missions yesterday aftefnoon after three afternoon programs which took In the aim, organization/and products of stale missjons. . The concluding dcvolloiial "Administering Hands" was in keeping with the preceding ones which were on {he theipes; "Clean Hands" rind "Praying Hands." The 20th verse of the iast chapter in Proverbs furnished "the icy for (he last devotional period. 'Kjith Mrs. T. E. King as leader tnex numbers, wers given-, prayer, Mrf. T.'H. Haynes; talk "Whatsoever .the Hands Pindeth," Mrs. Al. fred S. Harwell; prayer, Mrs. Al- vln'.HuSman; talk "He Took H"r HMd," Mrs. E. E. Alexander; sioty "Hands Across the Sea," the llfe-of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Zlm- mojnan, missionaries to Brazil Mis. Cordelia WUhlta; poems "Duty, 'i 'Task" and "Job," Mrs. Klae; Prayer, Mrs. John Buchanan Bob Coppedge.'J. A. Byars, J. B. Conrad and Carl Blokcr, al Car- uthcrevllle, Mrs. Jesse Bobbins ol S«c!e, ifesdamcs Herman Cross, Churles S. Lemons, Marsh M. Cdlaway, Ray Worthlngton, J. W. Bader, Edith McCool and T. J. Marwu. • • • Club Has to Mothers To .Bcrtn Year's Work T}ie group of mothers orgnniicd Jasf year, for K study "of problems o[ thildren of ore-school ngc, will r «¥" e 'Mr 'meetings omorrow nft*noon when Mrs. Farnsworth Elntk will be hostess. The program, to begin at S-30 *$&• WUI take up the theme Cnjldren Orowlng Up" M t(l MrSi i»'^40^L. In charEe - Sne w » >* jS!?ted.by several members ultima- general discussion closing thet- program.-. .-..._ •-,..-• . is; to. be/ 1 a, brief -social .•; light refreshments • ; Is affiliated with:, the ier:iw6cWlons of the oos,.- the.mothers'gotne-in, ; p. T. A.'s as. their chll- dre» become of school aga. Moth- ersjot children below six years of jp. urged to become members of iie group jrtjlch promises to to n ^ln« • KUvlty & Muca- ere this .year; -i '.. - '- '- A -• .Chester Caldwell is chaiV- J11W. 2 • « . - - ...... Hag Kook Umcheon. "' .^P: J; E - Bell was hostess to ro* tiUes of . guwts •: ffom C»r- utlfrsvllle, Mo., . Steels, Mo an d Blfhevine yesterday for a lunch- eojjJMd rook game. Tte pink and yellow -color sclfme ,Tas accent-d with R silver bo*. of pink roses for the center- piSfc of the large and small luiich- ccj tables. At a large table pink taaers-Mn. silver holders, formed n clrjje'-about the roses and a bou- a f dahlias was at each end . table. the. three course menu was rook was played for the remainder of the afternoon ,,^"' 5 * erc: Mes J^ rle ' J " H ' ", Utzelfeiner, Anna Lacey clrjje'-ab qatt of of She. t ***" t Mrs. James H. Bell vetis hostess to the Wednesday Bridge club this week »'heu she also had as yut-sls Mesdames W. J. Wundcrllch. Clarence Vollmcr, w. L. Homer, J. Nick Tnomas, O. P. Mass, B. A. Lynch and J. Louis Cherry. Autumn roses were tastefully arranged In (he apartment «»d for refreshments tlic three labl-^ had centerpieces of roses In bi:d vns;s. A congealed fruit salad was served with ham, beaten biscuit.", olives and coffee. A metal bod light went to Mrs. Harry Klrby for club honors and Mrs. j. nick Thomas won (he guest prize, handkerchiefs • * . Junior High School Prewnls a Program The 8m class of junior high school was in charge o! the assembly Monday morning, the pro?ram being in honor of the p T A. committee who made it possible for n number of the students to attend school this year. Mrs. Ira Oray, chairman, represented the committee. For the program there was a one net play in which Irene Tinker, Dick • Burns, Robert Scot! Maxlne Biingram, Elizabeth Edwards and Woodrow Numan wore characters: Miss Elizabeth Haley Played a piano solo, Charles'Wood gnve a talk on Science, Nancy Kirshner rend "Tlwughts of a Father," Mrs. Luclle Haley gave a talk. The class presented Mrs. Gray a bouquet of roses with -Nancy Kirshncr making the presentation. The program committee Is made up of Tie ne Tinker. Nancy Kirshner and Margaret Williams. • • ' • •• • ,» Membership Commlitrt lor Annul Drive . The/membership committee of the .'American Legion auxliary met si-mi Mrs. Rtgar Borum, chairman last evening to make plans lor the annual drive.to begin Monday:,: . .. Itiwas decided to offer a prize Jor-lhe m'emter obtnlnihj the largest number of members. Members present were Mes- 1 idames'A. M. Washburn, C. E.' Crigger, Floyd White, W. J. Pollard, R; N. Ware Jr., and Howard Proctor who were served cakes and ft drink. " ' * • • Hare EiMe Study Women of the Church of Christ met with Mrs. O. D. Grimes Wednesday afternoon for a Bible study. Mrs. Daniel Webster was leader/or (lie 11 present. Next week's meeting will lie held with Mrs, H. L. Spiccr at Luxora. . •• - « « 4 Hcdjed To A. T. O. . Max Usrey Jr., soil of Dr. nhd ; Mrs. M. 0. Usrey, has been pledg- I oil to the Alpha Tan O:«cgn fm' tcrnlty nt Snuthwstorn Univers- j ity. it lias been announced. H; Is n freshman there. HiA no TO F IT GENTRY CLOTHES YES SIR! Every Bit A Perfect Fit- Short and Tall * We Clothe Them All J MAD&TQ-YOUR.MEASURE Sc««» ol 6W fibrics to from "dozens of the «m»rt «yle$ I Ettrt Service Cent C. Penney Co ' • • • ' • : • inc. Chili Meets. Mrs, John Baldwin was the only guest »t Ihe weekly party of the New Wednesday Bridge club which wjis t-ntartalijed by Mrs. P. B Joyiwr this «wk. High score prizes, a ixwdcr box went to Mrs. Baldwin. The hostess served a Jellied crab salad with cheese crackers, hot ten and dessert. « • » Gittn-Tunwr A nnounc c'lne^uIaT'b^S'rinade'of (he marriage of Miss Nora Turner and Lllhourn Green, Iwtli of Stccle, Mo. The wedding took place here Saturday with the Rev. A. J. Hill performing (lie crremoiiy. » • * Bingo Parly Postponed Tin; Bingo party, planned by the Dell P. T. A, for Friday night, lias been iwslponi: dunlll Friday October 7. It is lo b; held at the school. -— « 4 * ralmer-Coniirll The marrage of Mrs. Nannie Comiel! ruid Frank Palmer, both of Huffman, took place Monday. The Rev. nuforcl Caldwell performed the ccrcniony. » • ; Sanderf«-Slanley Miss ' Glena Stanley and Earl Sandcrfer, both of Manila, were united In mnrrlage Saturdaj-. 'Justice John U. Necdham read the ceremony. : » • • N'ash-Hoggard The marriage of Miss Gladys oused and King Nnsh, both of Manila, took place here Saturday with Justice E. D. Walker performing the ceremony. • » • Stlckcls-Green Miss Sylvia fSrcen, of Dudley, Mo., and Clyde Stlckcls. of Dexter, Mo., were married here Wednesday. Justice E. D, Walker sntd the service. - » » Sheppard-Potter The marriage of Miss Lcnnle Potter and; Waller Sheppard, both of Uqchvillf, took place ttero Tuesday. Justice ' C. H. Gamer read Jhe service. ' • Bits oj Neics Mostly Personal Read.Courier News Want Ads. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ward and son, Lioyd Jr., have returned from M-veral days flay at Hardy. Mrs. Oliver Kerfoot ami son, Oliver jr., of Zalmcr, Mo., arrived today for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Galncs and other relatives. Miss Era Wilght lias as her cucsi her uncle, Dan Wright, of Detroit, Mich. Mrs. Berry B. Brooks Jr., relum- ed to her home In Memphis this allernooi) u/ier a two days visit with her mother, Mrs. Allan Walton, whom she accompanied home from Memphis. J. B. Clunc jr., left today for Little Rock wl-.ere he Is K student ni St. John's Academy. Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Usrey and (laughter, Mary Spain, Isabel Brandon and Mr. and Mrs. 13. A. Lynch are In Memphis today for the fair. Mrs. M. C. Wilson is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. Helen Blythe, who has been nnlte 111. Is now much better. Mesdames W. L. Horner, Elton W. Klrby, Dill Do!an and James H. Bell will s) xMid tomorrow In Mem- -lils. ;. Mesdames A. M. Butt, Farimvorth Black and W. J. Pollard ore In ' Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Jackson nnd daughter, Marilyn, and r,3ii!se I.ut- Irell arc In Memphis today Jor tte fair. Among Ihe out of town people who attended the funeral of Mrs Florence Hlyllic here yesterday were: Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rogers of Memphis, Miss Ruby Farmer of Kulton, Ky., a niece, Mrs. Champ Klmbcrlaln of West Plains, Mo., a Brand daughter and Mrs. p, J. Semnics of Osceola. Her daughter, Mrs. Harry Brown of Corcoran, Cal., has been here for four weeks. The Rev. W. J. LcRoy left Thursday for Donlphan, Mo., for a brief visit; Mrs. LcRoy, who has been visiting their daughter will return with him Saturday. Miss Pe Wy McKed Is - Song and Cheer Leader ST. CHAULES, Mo.—Miss Peggy McKcel, one of (he Blylhevllle girls attending Llndenwood college, lias been elected song and cheer leader of the Sophomore class. As the class Is Just bcinj organized for the year there arc many new songs sad cheers which have lo be planned., Another distinction which Miss McKecl has received, is that of being appointed to the position of head ot basketball hi the Lln- demvcod Athletic association. In this capacity she will have charge of the annual basketball tourna mcnt which the association sixm 6ors. Hospital Notet Patients admitted to the ulylhe- vlllff hospital: Mrs. L. M. Malone, Wardell, Mo., I/. O, Kutchinjon Stccle, Mo. Sun Horn A son was born to Mr. and Mrs L. M. Malone of Wardell Mo., this morning at the niylhevllle hospl- tul. The baby, who weighs eight and i! fourth pounds, lies been named Jerry M. Malone. Scrond 'Induslrinl Revolution* ATLANTIC CITY, M. J. (UP)-A £cruncl "induslrial revolution" due to the machine age probably will result in an adjustment of labor licin-5, giving people move time to themselves, Alexander Wall, of Lansdovne, (old the Robert Mo-. rls asscclates. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Qt. Delivered Phone 74 Hulgarian Buttermilk 15c Qt. Go to Church Sunday MEW YORK STORE Present* — »mm COATS for LESS MONEY Greatest Values In a Decade Styles and Colors to Suit Every Demand DRESS COATS 77ie Furs: Fox Wolf C;ir;tctil Hottvcr Seal Tliis showing of Coals inclines the lulest styles and materials . . . models to properly til all typi'S of women and misses . . . ;ill beautifully Irimniud with luxurious furs and priced arwizingly low for such high quality co;Us. Sport COATS Styles tiuil will appeal to you... either fur trimmed or tailored . . . the favorite l''«ll colors fire here awaiting your selection. $16.50 $24,95 THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1032 Fail Fashions Say "SWAGGER" And You'll Surely Smart! We offer this Season's Best in the Popular SWAGGER SUITS Shown in a wide choke of i'lain and Tweet! Mix- lures. 10 95 to Fall and Winter Coats In Sport and Dress styles. Blacks and browns in a smart variety of effects. Sport am] Tweed Mixtures, Plain and Rough Weaves. Dresses For Cool Days I'cbhlc ami Jerico Crepes, Lightweight Woolens and Crepe and Velvet naliuiii:. All (he popular fall colors. Priced from $ 3 % to Hall Sisters Shoppe 'ff HUBBARD FURNITURE SPECIALS Compare these prices with out of town prices or mail order house and remember besides saving on price we also save the freight and our price is delivered in your home. Cotton Mattresses $2.00 50 Ib. Cotton Matress **L $2.95 BSSKS&SSi&BSS^StSSfS&KiS&ii&SSUf' 3 PIECE BED ROOM SUITES With Poster Bed, Vanity Dresser and Chest of Drawers . . . Kitchen Cabinets Cane Chairs 60c Green or ivory, large -size, full glass sot, and bread board $17.95 Double Blankets 98c ize Comforts We Still Have a Few More of the Allen Bankrupt Ranges and Cabinet Heaters • ~ $17.95 Alien Ranges Alien All Porcelain Ranges $32.50 Our house is crowded with the best bargains we have ever had or ever will have. Take our advice and buy furniture now, as it can't go lower but it can go up. FURNITURE CO.

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