The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1932 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Catendai Women of : Church .'-of ChrW iftfc 'Mrs. H. L. Sjfcer »t .: ' Mrft-f- fefctelph! .'ftmttli New {'WrtnexUy , Bridge . club. DeteUuu aH4l»g tt Hotel N»Me ' tatter? P. T.'A,.m*llr* »t 3:16 v ---' • ••'•• Mrj^B. A.' Lynch having Midweek Bridge club. - ' - • F«««7 ladles BlUe clKj'of the First : VCHbodit church meeting with Mrs. Wy»tt Ifenley. .Children of Confederacy meeting with Mrs. G. S. Bmnes at 2:30 Fin rnrtatlai .. A .flre prevention program was sponsored by the 7-A cUss in Jun- tor hlgri Khool Mpoday in nhich thew numbers were .glvjn: "Why We c*lebr»te Fin . Prevention We«k", C, A., Margin; "Fire Prevention Quot*tlon$" Miry Eunice L»json;'pUy, "Trial of Fir?," cliar- »'cters: 'judge; U-Hoy Brows; fliitrlct attorneyi w. i*ori .Smith jr.; coun- •el tor d*fen*, .Howard Moore; court clerk, .Cecil Branion; ttro- »«, Syfrll Broken; clwrcttfl, Ely Altken; nattfj, Ruth Rhoids; sljc- tricJty; Juinita ', Smith; rubbUh, Bto s; He»th; defective chimney, Stances ' Partef ; ' ' bonfire, Psjty .June D*vis; Hfijinin*, Wlhnfe H»r- .well; spontaneous combustion, An- We H»lseUr carelessness, Homer Besheirsj.expltnitfon'or Firo Prevention . posters-' made by Blliie King, Joe Jbles'.ajtid Elizabeth Edwards; '"clean up", period; fire alirih. . . . •-••*•• . * First Methodist Woven Cwttaie BIMe Stndy. . Ttie SO members .of the woman's missionary society of the First Mrthodijt church .continued their study of tte mission course yester- . <tty.. afternoon in -a meeting at the church. vMw. M. O. Usrey, itudy leader, <itscii£Kd the geographical facts abtiut China; The life of Dr. Bun Yat Ben was told by Mrs. B. A. Jjynch. Th« form of Chinese government was taken 'up by Mrs. W. lj. Homer and this was followed by 'a talk of tfce -difficulties of Chinaita progress, by Mrs. R. N. Ware Jr. fOrouodj for 'Hope" was Mrs. R. Hi Bennett 1 * theme and -The Mlsstonarys Contribution to China" was told by Mrs. Ira Orgy. Mrs. J. B. Stesdman will be leader of the study next we»>- whlch is to be . combined with the program and social meeting. •.'• :. •' '' •'-•'.• Ceitkijr B. Y. T: U. Aii'n WiU CooTtne at XaaiJa. The monthly meeting of the &lti- ' sissippl County Baptist Young Peoples t?nton viu meet at Han ,, s Wednesday eVentni -ae a p»rt of t^c Mississippi County Baptist assocla- tion meeting. . •;. '•-•jf:ii;n» This group is to be In charge'" the program with Alvln Holly a- president. ... , . In a bigness Cession officers Trill be ekctcd for-the new year ' Has Flrrt .-" Meeting of the' JJeW Yur. The guild ofv the St. Stepher Episcopal church', had the lire' meeting of thVnaw year Monday "itcrnoon at the country homo o'f Mrs. A. G. Little. M rs. B. E. Hl- tem of Everett, Wash., who i$ the Buest of her daughter, Mrs. A. Conway, .-was a guest.'.. Plans, -not 'completed during the ''' P 3n d, being sent to school thl< year by the group, was discussed a a socii] hour refreshments were served ' " " . Thomi ? Begun, who was be- her recent marriage Mta Ella *e,. g uesf of .honor at given Saturday cvc- . The U ladles "present were sery- ed, a dinner -rnenu at small * 0 ™' 6 " ln — color arrangement war •J" "•* Pnsnet and Brlarcliff which formed .a ceiiterpiec- we one large table with a cu- oressed as a bride, at each ond ; snail tal«e$ has place card* niBiHure <iolls on taics 0 [ pink ytljor mints. The ji a?s WBre 4ui-.es were in the same two -and floor, baskets 01 yellow decorated- the entertaining : guests .presented the bri three bedrooin rugs. ;. no6te&se& v**rc assisted Mrs. J.; M.-Murray. B*E a sr m;m M the woqian's auxiliary 1 ." 16 ' luncheon yesterdo ' • • *' C *** ' H Kl Oliy * nd "^ George Which Prince Will liigrid Wed? Europe-, next wjral weMtof will be that «c FrincMc Injrid of den tat Prince George of BrHaJti, -' to ^nisteat reports. Princes.; Ingria, whose name often was linked to that cf the .Prince bf Wales, Is shown, left, i n her court costumt. Prince George, youngest brother of Wales, h shown In'the two center pictures. Princess IngrM llkea to couk, as shown at Ihe rieht. BY MILTON ._-.._ KEA European, M»ria»er LONDON.—Princess tngrld, Sweden's 22-year-old princess, Is going o marry into Britain's rbyal tam- lly—^at seems to be certain, But which of the two royal bro:hers will she wed?—that has London's royalty-wise gossipers pondering. Thc Prince of Wales and his youngest brother, the tall, handsome Prince George, are now In Stockholm together for an official visit to Sweden's court. And reports, that Princess Ingrid Is definitely engaged to one of the British princes arij persistent. The name, of .jhe-Prince of Wales often h»s been romantically inked with 1Aat of Ingrid, bill rath London and Stockholm socie- .y now Bay that Prince George will >e Europe's, next royal bridegroom. London fully expects an announcement of betrothal to follow the visit of the princes to Scandinavia. The Prince..of Wales, now 36 8'ves no signs that lie is contemplating the marriage US at all Europe-has been expecting for more than a dccndc. * Prince George, who will be 30 on Dec. 30, probably will be mnde a duke as a birthday gift. He Is the only one of King George's Eons who has not been so honored. London-believes that announcsinent- of the dukedom may be followed bv announcement of his betrothal or a setting of the-marriage date There is Uttle feeling in'Lon- don, that Princes Edward and George are "rivals" for ingrld's hand. TJncy have been the "pals" of the royal family. They have, made many tours togsther, notably the long one to South America Prince George, like his royal father, elected for his chosen field of .work toe royal navy. He finally had to retire because of ill health Then he was given a job in the foreign office, specializing in the trans- Mulr entertained the Beta Chi Sunday school class of thc First Pres- >yterian church -with a welner roast ast evening at the Gray tome. The lighted back yard, with its summer furniture, ar.i a large flre was a picnic. spot for the 15 present which included two guests, Mrs. Sugh Melsoh Thompson and Mrs Ned M. Jones, of Dexter, Mo. Wci- ncrs, in blankets, wye roasted and -erved with sla\v, buns and coiTes Plans for a Hallowe'en festival were outlined in a business session presided over by Miss Mary Out- aw, president. The party, a moncv making •scheme, -will be held Tuesday, octgber 23, at the home o! Nfrs. Fred Sandefur. It was decided to further assist ihe needy family, "adopted" about two years ago. Reports showed that for the ral- iy day attendance there were 21 present, the largest attendance In the scliool. » • t Circles Meet. Iix all of the circles of the woman's missionary union of the First Baptist church Monday afternoon ilans ncrc made for the institute :o te.held here Tuesday. The unions of thc First and Second churclxis will t>2 hostesses to othS'r groups in the .county for an a'l" ay gathering. '< Circle 1 met with Mrs. -Will Rog^ ers with elghl nicmbsrs present Mrs. John Buchanan used -the First Psalm tor the devotional - and Mrs Herman Walpote odc'red prayer; Tr.c business was conducted b\ Mrs. Buchanan. .Mrs. a. R. Hollis cnterialnsc circle .2 when set-en members and one visitor attended. The Ant foul chapters of Ephesian; was used foi the devotional In which Mrs J W, Bishop and Mrs. Robert Grime, offered praycr.-Mrs. W. Marion Wil- Hams led the business scroll Tec atltt cak « was <*rved Jr.' -a hour. _ Circle 3 met at thc church. Mrs i. fc. King i c d the devotionai, tak- lation of French documents, but again had to relinquish the tssk because U was too confining. * • . Latterly he has been given an increasing number of duti&s in thc way of attending public functions and making speeches. He has bsen kept almost as busy as the Prince of Wales and the Duk« of York Prince George is the royal > family's exhibit A as a dancer. He is thc best tripper of the light fantastic in the House of Windsor. Also he likes the ladies. As a young subaltern, he often fell for" a pair of bright eyes and a smiling mouth The sequel always was amusing. The powers that be would suddenly remember (hat, after all, the prince was a young naval officer and down would come an order transferring «lm to the other aids of d':e earth. Thus once he was suddenly ordered to duty in Chinese waters and on another occasion was ssnl to a naval Job in the West Indies . 23 to 27. Mrs E E Alc» offered prayer ' Miss Cordelia Wilhttc had mem- the Ovtrton-Neill. The marriage oi Mrs. Jessie Xcill and Herman Ovcrton, both 3f this city, occurred Saturday with JL-stics E. D. Walker reading the service. • • * Meeting: Postponed. There will be no meeting of (he teachers and-officers of the First Baptist Sunday school Wednesday evening- because of thc Mississippi County association meeting at Manila. * • » Carr-Tajrlor.. Miss Earl Taylor nnd Elmo Carr, both of Caruthersvllle, were united in marriage Saturday by (he Rev J. Buford Caldwcll. * » • Boshell-If.ill. Miss Beatrice Hall and Marioi : Ecshell, both of Manila, were married there Saturday by Justice John U. Nccdham. Denton News Mr. and Mrs. Joe Morion ol Cooler spent Snnriny with Mr and Mrs. W. w. Flood Mrs. Norn King died early Wednesday morning at i, cr home near Denton. Burhil was at the Lcslei rcmetery with the German Un- lertaking company i n charge Mr. and Mrs. Waller Wilson m ,^. spellt ^"dny afternoon vlth Mr. and Mrs. Alfred King Miss- Bernlce Peal spent Sim•ay night with Miss Mildred Horon. Miss Irene Tnrnbo spent sal- Jrday night with Miss Cora furnbo. Little Estelle Longacre spent :?*>"**>• "Ml «'lth | lcr 6 iUr. Vtrs. Mabel Stanficlcl. Miss Vcrnado Moore ol stccle spent .Sunday with Miss Ara- Stanfleld. An American engineer is in :hargc of the coiislnictlon or a JO-mtlc automobile highway from acdeida. on the Kcd-Sca. to San>«, capital ol the Yemen A LaxabVe that costs only 1$ or less a dose NEXT TIME j-ou need mctllcino to net on the bowela, try Thcd- forrt's Black-Draught. It lirlnga quick relief and Is prloeil wltliln reach of all.- Black-Draught U .one'of thc'least expensive laxa- tlrca that you csu (ind. A 25 cent package contains 25 cr more doses. Ktfrwbing relief from conitlpa- lion troubles for. only a cent or I lesa a dose—that's why thousands ' of men and woBen-prtfer Tied'. iord'a Black-Draught, Hayii Society—Personal The Baptist Woman's Missionary union of the'Baptist chinch l:e!ti a meeting at the home O i Mrs Wil- btir F. SttUou with twelve members and one visitor present Plans were made for thc bnke sale which >vas held here. Mrs. Wylic Davis of Seeds visited here Thursday. Mrs. Edith Skelly visited her -other, Mrs. O. B. Davis of Caruthersville Saturday. Hinklc Sta'tler of Cajie Girar- «caii snent. Saturday here visiting friends. .Mr. Statler is a former teacher in the Hayti high school Mrs. B. D. Crowe is visiting her ton, Dr. Crowe, this week. Mrs. L. V. McDonald and Daughter rjleo and' MIFS Hattls Lois Randolph visited friends in Kcn- "«t Sunday afternoon. John navls and F. x. Schu- niachcr spent Thursday in Mcm- PTO. Wiille there they attended the a ,, L r J' ^ IcDonalt| . Ward Dorris. and H T. synrs jr., allclldc(l a ' Chevrolet mecllng at Memphis Cabbages Given City's I'oor PONTIAC, Mich. (UP) _ Three cabbages grown on thc County Farm, near here, weighed 15, 17 ai'fl 19 pounds. Twenty thousand ?„?,! ,£i Cabb ' sc Broiv " °" 'he .inrm this summer were distributed among t| lt , cfty - s ^^ HuUermilk now sell- ing for 1 i-cnl.s per / <ju.'irt rclwl. Bennett's Dairy I'honc 74 Co (o Church Sunday* Bits oj Netts Mostly Personal The year-old son of Mr. and Mrs Normau Geaham, of Grcenbrlei Ridge, is seriously 111 f rom con gestive chills. ' Farmer England, who Is now em- ptoyed In Memphis, spent the week end at home. Gerald Welsburd, Herman Hes. ana Waiter Rosenthal are attend Ing to business in St.. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Smith -have returned to their home in Jack son, Miss., alter two weeks stay with Mr. and Mrs. W. Leon Emitl and Mr, and Mrs. c. G. Smith They are parents of W. lemt and C, G. Smith. Joe Hawkins of Memphis is at lending to business her;. . Mrs. J. A. Perdue and son Alex of Pine Bluff siwiit. last \v2ek-ein with Mr. and Mrs. W. Leon Smith Mrs. Perdue Is Mrs. Smith's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Saiidefur visited in Memphis during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Samusl F. Norris had as their guests last night Mrs Hugh Nelson Thompson and Mrs Ned M. Jones, or Dexler, Mo., who were enroute to Memphis where they joined Mr. Thompson and ton Morris Ktog. Mr. Jones and Thomas Miller who flew from Daxt<?i yesterday. Mrs. Milter accompanied them to Memphis today. Mrs. Edgar Borum nnd Mrs Louis Greene spent yesterday in Memphis. Elpkle Wctinkamp, who has been at Monette, has returned here. Mrs. w. A. Stickmon has as her guests today Mrs. Nora 'Dean ami Mr. and Mrs. John Spencer nnd son, Fred, of Cannelto Ind D. Fred Taylor jr., of Osreola attended to tbusiness here today. Mrs. LTzzie Barksdate and Ixin- nle Blacfcu-ell, of Kenning, Tenn are guests of Mrs. A. M. Butt fo- few days. L. E. Old jr., has returned to Memphis after spending the weekend with Mrs. Old. Puxico News Amonj those who took dinner >'llh Lena and Vena Barnes were Flattering Two extremely flattering new fa 11'co-tomes arc pictured here. The one at-left is of a new heavy crinkled crepe, in black and white, with the smart gulmpe effect, given by false short sleeves which tend to broaden the shoulder line. An interesting detail of the skirt includes tucking and small pleats at the fittcd-in waistline. At right is a two-piece dinner ensemble of heavy crepe. The clinging gown heightens and slenderizes the figure and its collar of kolinsky fur extending to the waistline slips off to reveal an extremely formal evening gown. Hettie .and Zcttie .Sterling,, Ruth! Junes,' Pans;- Kaser and 'j. J." Moare, Jr. Fannie Maye Nelley spent Saturday night and Sunday with Grade Connel. Mrs. John Johnson of Yarbro spent' Sunday with Mrs. E. E. Rice. Vena Barnes caiira un Pansy Rascr Saturday night. Alice Collins cf Aimorel called on Mayme V. Julian Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. William Holland and Johnnie Raser spent Sunday at Osccola. Lecra Pritchard spent Saturday night and Sunday with Maye F!shor. Huth Jones was the Sunday niBht guest cf Lena Barnes. Mrs. Lucie Rasor is ill with chills. May investigate Conditions PHILADELPHIA, (UP) -- State authorities h?.ve been asked to investigate flocd and sanitary conditions along the Frankford creek in the northeastern section of the city. The earliest known mechanical toy dates back to about 2000 B C and is of Egyptian origin. Mrs. Frank Con*ay u-,. president of.the. Chj , an ers at a meeting at the Mrs. J. C., Schuriock ternoon, .Mrs, : Geb. Dr a elected vice president; Mrs J r? Schurlock, treasurer; Mrs ' V- Uains, secretary and Mt 5 ' w p Burton, reporter. Following the business session there was a 'social hour with Mrt W. T. Ramsey directing earne! and contests. A prize was award cd Miss .Fan Nlciioi. refreshments were r.-rvcd. Entertaining with Mrs. r Icck were Mrs. Franlt Conway Mrs. Gco. Rains and Mrs W 'r Hamscy. ' ' • . . Mrs. R. H. Jones was elec'cd president of Ihe Baptist Woman's Missionary Society Monday afternoon at a business meeting held at the church. Mrs. W. M. Stewart was elected first vice president; Mrs J T Iflioadcs, second vice president-' Mrs. C. C. Bowen, third vice president and Mrs. c. L. Jenkins secretary and treasurer. * » •* Mrs. W. R. Dyess was hostcss to the Presbyterian Ladles AUX-, Hiary, entertaining at her coua,' try home Monday afteniotn .•/ Mrs. F. L. Phipps was leader of the Bible study^ Ipsson for the afternoon. Twelve members were present. " • • The Methodist Woman's "Missionary society met at the church Monday aiternoon. Eighteen members sbre present. Mrs. Myers was leader of the B)ble study lesson for Ihe afternoon.' Members of the society will attend the district meeting 'in: Bly- theviile Wednesday evening ' * * Dr. and Mrs. Paul J. Bjird of Dyersburg, Tenn., are parent^ of a daughter, born at the Baird- Brewer hospital, Dyersburg, 'gun- day afternoon. Mrs. Baird was ,f/,? re h " """'we. Miss Merrill Miller of Osceola. Mrs. L. C. Ray has returned to ner home here aften an extended visit with relatives in Charleston, Mo. Richard Cromer, who underwent a mastoid operation at Baptist hospital in Memphis, Saturday, is recovering as we|l as could be expected, according to physicians. Bones of the average man vm, s ti 25 pounds. Four cents'worth of ELECTRICITY cooks DINNER for six people You can take a vacation from your kitchen if you have an electric cooker-jug. It is cheaper than hiring d servant, and just as satisfactory. Electricity to cook an entire meal for six people costs pniy four cents. Just put the meal in the cooker end turn on the current. No flrther attention is needed. When you are ready to serve, the meat and the vegetables are perfectly cooked and steaming hot. The cooker- jug gives you this complete cooking ser-. vice for less than a penny a meal. It is dependable, convenient, cheap. Dependable, convenient, cheap ;:; that is the rule with electric appliances. A vacuum cleaner operates two hours for a penny. The radio plays an hour for one cent. A penny pays for four hours' use of an electric sewing machine. Electricity is your perpetual servant. It is always at your command. It iives behind the electric outlets in your home. It works for a pittance, it never asks for a raise or a day off, it is never sick or late to work, ' it eats nothing and its wages grow less as the hours grow longer. Let this modern servant do all it can-in your home. Electricity does the housework more easily, more quickly, and for less money than you can do it by hand; .a ELECTRICITY IS THE CHEAPEST THING YOU BUY Arkansas-Missouri Power Company CONSTANTLY^[MDERING COURTEOUS SERVICE

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