The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 20, 1932 · Page 2
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THURSDAY^QCTOBER 20, 1932 Bih of A Mostly Personal Mr. (u:d Mrs. R. H. Bennett had as their guests Tuesday Mrs. J. A. Tliiirjtan. Term,, Mrs. R. H. Kllnke ami Mrs. W. F. Boyd, of Memphis. M^idaines James :B. Clark, M. FllZi-lRiinons, J. P. Pride, S. J. Co- iH'it and Howard Proctor and Mirs Cora Lee Colemau were ,In Osccoia yesterday for the tea '-l-fn for Senator Hattie Cara- Mr. and Mrs. A. p. Gwyn and ::f:i".. A. D. Jr., spent' yesterday in Mrs. Arthur L. Oliver, of Si. i iuls who has been the guest of Mr.' and Mrs. James B.' Clark for K"vera! dnvs, has gone to Car- i-f-.-rsvlllc for a visit. Senator Hattie Caraway, of Washington. D. C.. and Jonesboro •"".coinpanled by her hostess. Mis; Blanche Clccrc, and Mrs. W. E Hunt, of Osceola, are expected (o motor up this afternoon for n hrlef visit with Mr. and Mrs. M Flt/slmmons. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bader have as their guest their niece, Mrs. O E. Jones of St. Louis who was bo- fore her recent marriage Mis? Asnes Bailey. Her father. W. T Bailey, also makes his home with Mr. and Mrs. Bader. Mrs. James-Driver of Osceola was in tire city today. ••• '' Mrs. Sam C. Owen has .gone to Sikeston, Oran ana Cape Oirardeau S,fo., for several days stay. Dr. and Mrs. J. c.'Youm c>' Jonesboro were here last weekend AccomDiinied by Mrs. J. P. Sanders. Mrs. W, A. Edwards and family and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stanley, they went to Friendship, Tennessee, where they attended a family reunion given by Mrs. tilzzK Bessens and Mrs. Elsie Vernon Mrs. Sanders and Mrs. Edwardr are sisters of Dr. Young and other.' there were Mrs. J. P. Harwell an'' family, of Friendship and Mrs. J M. Lemons and family of Piiy Bluff. There were 50 present. Mis' Dola Harwell, who .also accomnan- led them to Friendship, attendee' another reunion of her fafer'r family when L. B. Harwell «•»<• host. Misses Jeanne Harrison and Louise Dobyns have - returned from Memphis where they visited Miss Thelma Worthington, a student at Southwestern University. Mrs. Theodore Logan has returned from Wayne City, 111., .Hl.YTHBVtLLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS where she was with her mother who died recently. Mrs. Logan was accompanied home by her sister, Mrs. Gladys Clevenger, who returned to her horn elu Jonesboro. Mr. Logan and son, Walter, whoj went up to Wayne City with Mrs. Logan, returned a wesic nao. Raymond Smith was in Memphis list night for a meeting of the Willard Battery dealers. Osceola Society— Personal The tusks of elephants are rcgu- ar teeth and are not, shed. Dell and Vicinity Ester Mae Hardln has returned :o Bconevilte. Ark., after two Miss Catherine Harwell an:! Mrs. E. S. Driver enteilained 32 giusts at bridge at Miss Harwell's home here Friday afternoon. .High score prize \vns won by Miss Josephine Montague with second high honors going 10 Mrs. A. W. Bowen. Mrs. Charles E. Sullenxer cut consolation favor and Miss t Lnxora won low Mrs. Francis Secov. Mrs. E. M.i lo .. t '; e l ' ire ? , Ublc b L U , sc cl(lb lo Wocxtard. iVfrs Clyde Gilland and *' hlch ~ he belo " i!3 Frl<lil >' " flcr - 'r. L. M. Moodv spent Thursday Iloon - !lcr 8uc6ls b^'des the club if last week i,, Memphis, shopping mei >i**» were Mesdamos R. C. Bry- Mr. and Mrs Jim Gill spent the an ' J - D - 8mlth ' Mllto " v °P e *'«' •••:ek end visiting relatives In Miss- ; p - J - Scinmes Jr, 'ssijipl. Mrs. J. H. Lovewell won hlgli Mc-sclames R H. Gill, w. M. score P rize anij J1rs ' s - L. Gla:l- "cwis. Ben Gill. BraxUm Gill R ^ti cut consolation favor. ... Patrons of the Cridor rural school ~>. Hardin, Will Morgan and "Win Morgan attended the Mlss- sslpnl county w. M. U. meeting fouth of Osccoia are, sponsoring a beiieflt bridge party to be given In the club rooms here Friday eve- Wythertllc last week. Mrs. F. M. Carlock and chil- , v _ 'rcn spoil th? week end at Cha-lnlng. The proceeds will go to buy >nia. Mo., where Mr. Carlock Is equipment for the school. Rcscrva- •aent for the Frisco. tions may be made with Mrs. J. W. Miss Olive Bradberry. accom- whitworth or with Miss Fay ste- *nlcd by Miss June Armantrout ! vens •f Blvlhcvnie, motored to Osccoia 1 ' ... afternoon to attend the | rjr. 8r , d Mr.s. C. M. Harwell T.R flnnr.™ nf M.moW, ™ n , \ ^ *""*** '" KlClXlShlp. Tsim., the i eiils. Mr. and Mrs. Kerbfough. . Little Miss Le Verr.e Perry of' Jin » Goodrich is home from Clil- Cooler Is' here for a two weeks I ca &°' where he has been employed visit with her mother, Mrs. L. M.! w "h the'Commercial Credit com- Mcody. ; pajiy, for a visit with his mother, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Rosemeir of | Mrs - a. L. Gladish. St. Louis. Jeane Carlock of Stesle.i Mrs. W. R. Henderson and Fred Carlock of Blythevlllc were!small daughter, Inez, ot St. I/>uls sruratj of Mrs. FJoyd CarJock last, spent the week-end here with Mrs. Thursday. • j Henderson's sister, Mrs. Braxton Mrs. Otto Bradberry, accompan- Bragg. led by Mrs. W. M, Bates of Lake ! Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson at- Clty. spent Wednesday of .last, tended the Baylor-University ot week at Ravendcn Springs. Ark. | Arkansas football game in Little The condition of Miss Dorothy, Rocfc Saturday and remained over Leanz, patient at Biyttievilic hos-' s linr |av uidhntr Mr o.,,i \<*a pltnl, <= ™.™>-*~i — iw.it ~_ «„ sunaay, .visiting Mr. and Mrs. lister, Scarcy >Unl, ,is reported no better. Her Frank :ister, Myrtle, student nurse at' >,}!„. Jcarcy hospital, is with her. . TU, ?' Movies Substitute for Liquor Lowrancre Jr., went to Birmingham, Ala., for the Alabama- Tennessee football game Saturday Mrs. Lowrance and their small son Charles III, visited over the week- DBS M.OINE3, la. (UP)-Moiion end in Memphis with Mr. and Mrs picviires. says Prof. W. H. Bohl- C. J. Lowranee sr., where Mr. Ixr.v- man, of Drake University, "are tre.ranee joined them, reiurnin" home modern substitute for getting Sunday night. drunk." Both offer temporary es-, Judge Neil Klllough of Wynne I riT Vu" 1 llfe ' s ordinar V Pace, and. Who is presiding at circuit court ,botri throw the indulger into an'here this week, S. L. Gladish Bruce, unreal situation, ha says. l vy and R . L . Ntt illin ? went to Memphis Monday night to a wrestling mutch. Marshall Llstou of New York, who returned to Osceoia to attend his mother's funeral Monday, Is slaying for a ten day's visit with his sister, Miss Gcraldine Llston. Their uncle, Henry Marshall, of Olnev, HI., Is remaining wlih them until the end of Hie week, Mrs. Annie Thompson nnd Mrs. Culm's Jasper of Memphis ult'.'nd- ed the funenil of Mrs. Jnmes Lls- ton here Monday. j Mesdames Grorge Edringlon .F. P, Jacobs. L. s. Mitchell. C. M. Harwell, w. E. Hunt, S. M. Hodges and G. B. Sogrnviw attended the meeting of die b M rd of directors | ot the county feder.ilion ot women's | clubs in Blylbevllle Tuesday. • '• Luxora Society-- Personal Grove The CMrley .,. , here Saturday and Sun- Mrs. Elizabeth Slllhnan nnd Miss Ell/nbctn Sp>nn shojjjx'tl In llly- thtvlllc Tu»:<liy. Miss Owena Forbes of Meinuhls Is visiting her parents. Mr. 1ml Mrs. Dick Forbes, this week. A. G. Siiluley drove lo Msm- plits Sunday to visit his wile, who is In the Baptist hospital. Mrs. 1). W. Cooper of Osccoia Is tilt 1 guest of her grandrhiijhteis, MiMvs Margaret, Mildred anil Ounc KHIinrcls. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Snnnihii ol Os- ffoln wqre guests of Mr. ami Mrs. (i. A. George and fiunily Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.'W. C. HotvAHl am! • PAfcJE No. S and Vicinity There will be 'sintlng here all afternoon next Sunday. R. L C. Smith will have his jroup of fine singers present and 'there will bo guaiiels from various ports of Arkansas. Mr, and Mrs. Cllflon Ingram wore clmrlvarled Monday nlghl at Die honm of G. W. Gray. Mcsilamcs Earl Evans, W. C. Chirk, V. Wolverton and !•. llnin- llon wen; Saturday afternoon Kuesls of Mrs. W. L. Jenkins near Number sine. Mrs. 0. L. Clark Is confined to icr homo wltli chllh am! fever. Mr. and Mrs. Latidon linmllton ind Mrs. V. Wolverton were Hun- lay dinner gueKts o! Judge und Mis. s. L. Hoblmoii of filecle. ho Is .U.cndh.g lllul M - ccllc «e ni Jouestoro, Mr. and Mrs. Charles T noon. I'anllne Williamson spent Sim- day with ncssle Brock. Mr. and Mrs. chares Springer spent Sunday ufttrnoon ul Hnlf Moon with the latler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hoskln. Leonanl Bounds Is the guest of Charles Springer during cotton picking season. The young Copies class of the Driver Cirove Sunday school Is planning a Thanksgiving program which they will present at Lone Oak Thanksgiving night. A poundiii* for the pastor ot the church will be held at the same time. Mrs. Bessie Mauley was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Lydell Hmv- kins, Tuesday. The Junior department of th* Driver Grove Sunday school Is leading the Senior department 13300 points lo 13,050 points, In a Who's Who conicst. Everyone is In- vlt«I to participate In the contest, Hospital Notes Admitted: Jackie Sanford, Sanford, Ark., Pauline Greer. Woman lo Vote for First Time • NEEDHAM, Mass. (UP)—At 80, Mrs. Helen M. Lunsford, a native of Baltimore, Md., Is preparing to vote for the first time In the forthcoming presidential election. She spent most of her life In the District of Columbia. j c 'ty. but who have been living In I Cnrtlndale, Mo., ror the past few jir.onlhs, returned here Monday for -«ti extended visit. Mrs. C. C. Lunipkln of Cunith- t'lsvllli! Is tlie uuest of her daiigh- ItiT. Mrs. J. S. Mnrtln nnd family i lor the week, .Mr. ami Mrs. H. s. Aslunore ""(I the Misses Margaret, Mildred Mil Jane Richards were (lie guests of (he latter's mother, Mu. Diive Htclmrds of McinphLs. Sundny. Mrs. James Driver of Osccoln was 're guest ol her mother, Mrs. Jessie Brown and family Tuesday. Miss Babe Hires and Earl nob- crls, accompanied by Miss Louise Turner, broadcast over KLCN at Blytheville Tuesday. Miss Dorothy Brown shopped In .Memphis Tuesday. She was accompanied home by Ben Kinsley of Memphis, who will live In Oic:ola. Kind BJood In Home Brew NOFIWALK, Conn. (UP)—"HelpI I've been sliotl" shouted Clmrlcs Gress. Police found him lying on the ground of Ills home, his slilrt crimson with what appeared to be blood. Investigation revealed o bottle of home brew had exploded over Dress' chest. Ciolftr Claims Record ST. LOUIS (UP)—Johnny Manion, golf professional at Sunset Hill Country Club hero, claims the wtrld's record cf holes-in-one. He recently shot his fifth. THE i STRIPED TIGER f "Nature in the Raw"— pi as portrayed by the f<| great animal artist, Paul p j Brarwom . . . inspired \. ' by the savage ferocity of <t ' the striped tiger, known < throughout the world as '' the terror of the jungle. "Nature in the Raw is v/ Seldom Mild"—and raw tobaccos have no place in cigarettes. | No raw tobaccos in Luckies —that's .why they're so mild W! buy the finest, the very finest tobaccos in all the world— but that does not explain why folks everywhere regard Lucky Strike as the mildest cigarette. The fact is, we never overlook the truth that "Nature in the Raw is Seldom Mild"— so these fine tobaccos, after proper aging and mellowing, are then given the benefit of that Lucky Strike purifying process, described by the words—"It's toasted". That's why folks in every city, town and hamlet say that Luckies are such mild cigarettes. "It's toasted" That Mckw ot mid UcM>« HEADING, M«U. (UP)-At the func'rul ot Johri Qwinelly, for nioro liion 50 yeirs sext«n of St. Agnes' church, hts ilx sons-ln- )nw were p»)lbe«m8 trid his six grandsons were altar boys. KITTERT,': 'itii? '(CP gtr Burnham-Ured ex«ctly hfe si- • »tt«d three-Kort, years «nd t«n. ; He died reotnjOy on- his ' 70U> > tnniwraary. . . . ,: Midway Notes • n. 1', IMjikln, Chester aid Hurry Slnuford visited In Uix- OI-H Stilurdny. Mr. und Mrs. Harry Slnnloril ire the imronts of an H-ireuiul con. born in si week, Mr. nmt Mrs. Wlllte Howard of '.iixorn \ i sltod Mr. nnd Mrs. O. w. Slniiford nnd family Sunday. Mm. A. J, Hill and dilldren vls- .tecl In Osceola Saturday. Mrs. Jim Darnell nml children, Clailce und Jiinica ot Hlcknmn, Ky., visited Mr. »nd Mrs. E. M. McUcmnld SaturclHy and Sundny. Mr.s. E. .M. McDonnld Is visiting relatives at Hlckinau, Ky. J. T. Oracy lifts R biidly siiinln- foot, siistnliicil wlillc jilnylnt; bnll. \ ms&vo TO HAVE ';,.]' \ HEEHfHitaraa\ ^ . '' < *'. •\ ynojfss Hiooemr, Institution Cowi Give Patients Milk HARRISDURQ, P«. <UP)— Pa t'ients at-Pe,nn.'>ylvanla'ii state welfare Institutions drink milk provl<l- ed by dairy' herds mnlnUlnect nt <!ach institution. The average milk production for this year at'each of 17 institutions S 1,2 iwiinda of milk per duy per Ihmnto, according to Department of Welfare records. ' The state owns 834 cow. 1 ; In ll'.e 17 hsrds nnd the production of these lierds has Increased from 0,113 pounds in 1928 to 11.S5D pounds reported in 1931. Mahatma Ghandi Wins Presidential Straw Vote , i how Ctrdal : helped .Uouuanda of woinea-' "£ wa» Tery thin ana paid," writes Mm. F. «. Scott, of Hoi- "- = noke, Va. -"J suffered from weak- wtai and « serero pain In my !K(?|C Tnl'i" K ln , u " n ««' ! me. nnil I ill,] not foci fiko tldlnif my work. I ,!!,! ml caroto KO pmocs, and foil worn ilroil uuy artcr »Jay. . , '. „„ My mother h.i.l uikcn Cnrdul, nnd nn ft' I* S 1 " f, rMUnn »"e n*vlwS mo in try ft. I Imvu nt . V cr rcrretleJ 5» ?.""• l '«>X <>i«<i botllS uiu Jt iMitll mo up. I galncil n weight IBY ervlor wnn letter nnrt ihoVhi left my Sm'^te^ *»•> i "4 IH BOW Ly drutclsts. TOIIRINOTON. Conn. (UP) ~ Tilings Iwiiig dill! hi n lilgli achnol hlsluiy class here, tlic Ictichcr called for n prcslrlcntlnl poll. It w:is won by Muhntmu Onndtil, who lind 25 vote. 1 :, to 12 cucli for President Hoover and Clovcinur Franklin D. Roo.wvelL. ami two for Norman Tliomns. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk lOc Qt. Delivered I'honc 74 liulgarian Jtutfcrmilk 15c Qt. Go to Church Sunday APHOTOGRA1 an everlasting gi// 2 Special Offers No. 1—Three 3x5 ami One 8x10 for ?3.50 , No. 2—Five '1x6'and One 8x10, rjuml Tinted ?5.00 i For A Limited Time'Only. BELT'S ART STUDIO Thonc 809 REDS WHITE STORl£S Red and White High Quality t Assures Perfect Results VINEGAR VINEGAR MUSTARD llarrel U-Siiv-II. This Is Pure ICO Cider Vinejjai'. Quart Full :{2-Oz. .lllr '' IftC : • Kach IV . SALAD DRESSING Cr ™ SJi? Greul Northern n OCC Ijbs. tltl BEANS EXTRACT CRACKERS "-SVS121 C Vanilla 1-2 1'int H - * w - stritll - v Fancy. M-0:'.. Bot. Blue & White. Rich Q7C Mellow. l-U). Can 01 '-» nds f«pe. »*• ' Full Nn. 2 'Can. Only 3 DUAMC Slrinjjlcss Green DLAl\i3 No. 2 Canst. :i .'! for i:i-0/. Can. 3 for MU K Rc.i & White. 1 Ijitgc or iUlLIY 2 Small Cans ttV R. & W. Pure 1-I,!>. Jar t 14. & W. With (.'hinn OCC I) A I/IMr 1 I'OWDER R & W. 1ft !, 55-07, I'ks. Only <i3 DAhllMb 25-Oz. Can IB RRfUWK Ri & w - " wm IjMt iilll/Ulclu Longer". Each ADDFrATC I" Heavy Hvrup OftC AlUiWlO No. 2 l-2',Can £U THIf T P SAUCE R. & W. "For l/IULLL Fresh Meats". 12-0/. APRICOTS Ch T,J!:^ r FLOUR MARSHMALLOWS Red & White 2—1-2 LI). Pkgs. DFE'TC Kerf & White. Whole I^C DttllS No. 2 C:tn. Each ll TURNIP GREENb cS- 2E ^ 15 C RED & WHITE Ui $1.25 FRESH RIBS RED & WHITE •"£ AT RED & WHITE MARKETS ONLY PORK CHOPS Te " d " u ,. 15° PORK STEAK T ™' ler ,,,,. 15 U BEEF STEAK Cc ""' c ,l 15 <: u 8 C PRODUCE GREEN & ™ ITE 'S- $l.fl5 POTATOES GREEN & WHITE 2 T k 55° POTATOES RISING A Good Guar- OJTC TI?! PDV nntccd. .J8-I-b. Snck 53 UlLEIlI White Per I'eck lied Per Peck Jumbo Per vStalk SELF RIS !^d VG2 ^ bG ^45 c BANANAS Jlimll °- Kirm •I Lbs. Prices Good For Friday and Saturday, October 21 and 22

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