The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 25, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 25, 1932
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, '(ABK.y COUBIEB NEWS Society Calcndat Mrs.V'W. J. Pollard entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. P..E K .O. having afternoon meeting at home of Mrs. C. S. Stevens. : Mrs. Dixie Crawford entertain Ing Wednesday Contract club. * Women of Church of Christ bieetins '; with Mrs. Howard Gill for Bible study. ] . Thursday . Mrs. H. A.-Smith having Mid- JWeek Bridge club. ,- Fidelis Sunday school class of First Baptist church having party •at home of Mrs. W. G. Maxwell, T808 S. Lake street, wllh Mrs. C. K. JMbertion and Mrs. Herbert' Tnr- r'ner also hostesses. ; Friday . County Council of P. T. A.'s jnieeling at city linll lor all day linectiiig. -• Carnival at Sudbury elementary •school. • Miss Martha Ann Lynch ca- iterlaining Friday Night Bridge I-club. Sunday school teachers of r Tgrim 'Lutheran church liavlnj -meeting at 7:30 P..M., followed I by adult Bible class at 8 P. .M, • Saturday • Girl Scout banquet nt Woman's 'club. - - . <CUsse» Have Activities. * Classes of the junior high school .'have had numerous activities recently. * The V-A class sponsored an assembly program In honor of the 53rd • anniversary of (lie electric light. 'Sybil Brackin read an original ."poem, Homer Bcslmrsc gave the :;life of Edison, Ell Aliken told pi j the Inveiiliou of Hie electric light, .Frances Parker gave sonic sayings > of Edison, Virginia Mnrlln playco ,; a piano number and the Rev. Alj fred S. Harwell, pns'.or of the First .; Baptist church, concluded the pro• gram with a talk. J The 7B2 English class liaii book « reports'with these making up'the ; program: "Freckles," Bonnie Jean :. Buchanan; "Anne of Green Gables," Winifred Crawford; "V=nna' ^ Ruby Nelle' Ogle; "Berlin" Virginia 5 Brown; "Buddy's Christinas Pres- i ent" Nedra Berryman. Marriage Licenses Issued. Marriage licenses have bee" is-' sued to the following within the past two weeks: Miss Bessie James anfl J. F. .West, both of Leachville; Miss Gertie fitts of clnrks- . vlUe, Ark., and Ernest H. EgfcrE of Luxora; Miss Rachel Wayne anr Ariu Hensley, both of Manila; Miss Hebecea. Banks and Leon Dye^, both of Blytheville; Miss Margaret V. Murphy of Memphis and Fltns T. Choate of Manila; Miss Lais Bratchett and Carl Cruinu; both of Lnx- ora; Miss Ewinc Campbell and Ev- creit Kirby, both-ot Hosclnmi; Mist Imogeiic Biggers and Homer Joslin, botn of Dell. * • * Thomas-Sanforo'. Creen-Balley. Announcement, has Lecn mate ol (lie double wedding of'Miss Clara Bell Sanford, of Hermondale, Mo., to-Roy Thomas, of Boughton, Ark., and that o[ Mrs. Oertnule Balky, of Hollands Mo., and Noah Grecii of Hot Springs, Ark. The double ceremony wns saiii here Saturday by Justice Oscar Alexander. _.-•" ' « • « Pte-Sehool Conference ^Mtttins Is Postponed. The meeting of the pre-school conference of Parcnt-'Racli-jr association, scheduled to meet Fririin afternoon at the home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell, has b^eii postponed because of the meeting ol the county council. • • • Bride-Elect Complimented. Miss Madge Hawkins. whose marriage to Edwin Jones will be -ol- emnized in Memphis. October 31. was the guest o[ honor for a Hal- loive'sii party tost evening yivsn by the \Yiltolm Union of the B. Y". P. U, In the First Baptist church. The social room hatl autumn leaves, Jack O' Lanterns, carnstalk;, and paper garlands for appropriate decorations and hot tamales and bottled drinks wsrc served it) the <«nc informnl manner us«i throughout tr.e party. There were games and contests directed by Missss Bcrnice Harwell and Emily Tompkiiis. Miss Hawkins was presented uu cbctnc wafllo iron as a gilt from tr.e group. •' '.» y . Circles Mccl, fhen Members Go Vliiliny. Circles of the Woman's Mission- nry society ot the First Uipt'sl church met Monday afternoon for brief meetings and later the m-iu- «rs visited other members of the church who were not present. Circle 1 met with Mrs. Roy ifcait with cl;;ht members' and -i ncu member,-Mrs. w. A. GrinmiMi present. Mrs. Head us;d I'.salm 91 for the devotional wuh Mrs T K Sheppard and Mrs. Chester Nabois offering prayer. Mrs. W. Marion Williams c lanicd circle 2 which had ,T-e i bcrs and a new member, Mrs Manalt, present. The last two chapters of Ep^esians were used by Mrs. Robert Grimes- for the devotional. Mrs. Mike Buchanan prayed Cake and hot tea was served in a brief social hour. Circle 3 met at Armovjl a t the none of Mrs T. S. Williams B°sides lumsmtars there were five Visitors pre«m. Mrs. T. E. King l:d the devotional period in which Mrs. A. O. Blaylock, ,Mrs. T. E. Tale ana Mrs. Walter Bishop made talks and Mrs. Bishop, Mrs. Blsiy- lock and Mrs. Williams pruyed. Mrs. E. F. uiomoyer entertained the fourth gipup which had eight member.*, two visitors unii u new member, Mrs. J. 'F. alma, present. ''Cm-ist and ihu King ' wu-> ilrc subject taught by Mis. diaries Newcomb...Mi-s. W. M. Crow pray- W. For the Bible lesson Miss Uor- della Willillc was -louder ot the theme "Favorite Women' of the New Testament." Pilmp-iln pu ami codec was served. liusiiifss IVimion Slui!y United Stu|i-s. "Hie United, Stales, d Far-Finns Empire" was the subject discussed at tne mceilnjj of ihe Hitjiness and l-'rolesslonal Wolnen's club huh eve- Dint 1 "t llie'Ooir Hole! for llic- ,V 0 '- ulnr study 01) "Culxonsnlp" MU« Miss Mayjiiu ''Lonibo Kdwai-cs as lender. lW|»rts oi the district conference at Piirnfjoulil Satiu-ciiiy mm Sunday also Icniurcd tile meeting. A roiun! table dlstiiHloii oci iK- "rea ol the 13 colonies an coinjuivii wltii Hie jjieseiu urea uL ine main- laud ot tue United States population preceded these talks: -Jioiv We Astmu-ed the Louisiana 'JVinlory Texas, New Mexico," Miss lidwaraa; "When and How We Got. Utees- sloa of Alaska," Airs. H. L. Key- noWs; "When and Hew We Ciul ine Island Guam," Mrs. U A. Phillips; "The l>ii!llppines, tna Jones \A\V, Prtsc'iit Governor of llic rilili|iplncs, Tl'Oplciil Products, lla- llgious Briefs, Dialects, EducLilion, Polliicul Agitulors," Mrs. K. £•' Uelt; "The Sloiy of Ihe Piimmui Cnmil," Miss Edwards; "1'oriii Ui- co" Miss Clnru Ruble. Two \ p oenl SDloj, "Hosts of Plc- nrdy" and "Alice Uluo Clown, ' wcie rentocd by Mrs. O. U. Jones, of St. Louis, who was formerly Miss Agues Bailey. Mrs. Jones nn« Nirs. Howard I'roctor .were yuesls. Mrs. Ilirniiee C. Jones, st'tund slate vice president; Miss Cora Lee Culcninn, luuitl president; Mlis Mar- aarei Merrltt, nmsli; clininnan; Mrs. W. T. Obersi. ttlutallon chairman! Miss AHheii Edwards, nnanco clmlrman; M| SS Marie llarniih, magiuliic iiwt uullelin . clililrniitn; Miss Minnie MaUncws, public relations chairman; Miss Cora Lee Bnldrldgi', Uensuior;' Mrs. "ll. "L." »<eyuolus, membership elmirmiiir Mrs. E. F. licit, hospitality chntr- mnn; Mrs. O. M. Morgan, fJowcr clinlruiaii, and Miss Mcmhu Chambers attended the district conference. The Public Alfalrs bamiuet was HID Vntxiervourt; liolel Sitt- urdny evening. There was an "6r- ganlzalton-Brc.ikfnsr 1 Smidny followed by chnrcli. For the cdiica- tlomil luncheon Sumlny Mr.s. Jones pijeblilcd. The banimet room of lac hotel was <tecoriit;d in gri'eji jiii'il io\i\ and ihe favors, minliuure candy candle sticks In the club roUrs, were made by members of the local club. Mrs. Jonos spoke en "Our Ten Year Objective," Miss Merrill- played and Miss Chambers ave a reading. :; . " Attractive Hallowe'en Table New H.-illoTO'un gadgets olfti- many itos for decorations, in the • weird manner. Should you s?rw u bulfct, iiipiier, whal could be more of a surprise tor guests lh.ui to find a mournful, white-faced wilch with kinky hair standing behind the table, ns If lo serve them? For cen- Uvi>!«e.«, this witch's caldron Is splendid. H is coal black ancl has Us gay onnib'c tripod decorated with oak leaves In all their autumn tiloiy. The witch's caldron holds favors, wltli ends of ribbons oxtsnd- Ing out to lop for guests to tabs (heir pick nnd pull. The new puinp- kln lanterns lave; either gay or «!oomy expressions and some are Brucbonif. Little cats make nice favurs, flilccl 'wlfli candy. Bits oj N Mostly Personal Mrs. J. W. Morse, of St. Louis, is vlslling her daughter, Mrs. Olto Ktichtllzky arid family. •Mr. and Mrs. W. 15. Tanner' and Mro. C. W. Afflick ure in Memphis today. lotto Koclititzky )s altending to buElnesi; in Tiuilca, Miss. t L. O. Crafton Is seriously 111 in SI. Louis jjljecausc of an Infee- tjoti after' having had his teeth extracted. He is at the home of hts daughter, Mrs. 'George M. Hunter, but goes each day to Barnes hospital for treatment. Mr. ' and Mrs. li. F. Dlomeyer Hud. 'as their (juests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Smooi, of Campbell, Mo., Mrs. C. Forbes, of Ceil- U-alia, III., and Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ain Head of Memphis. Mrs. J.. H. Redman will leave within ,a few days for her home in Klwatha, Kansas, after an extended visit with her son, C. G. Redman and family. Mary Emily Gray, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gray, underwent a tonsileclomy at the Blytheville hospital today. Mrs. Victor Stllwell, Misses Lucile Lewis and Louise W.ilden are spending today in Memphis. Hayti Society—Personal This Is ; A Grand Year for Halloween "Tacky Party" :•. -- 1 ''. .'-:... ; • - -,:.V V -. .. r J I'arties to c iiivcn Friday. Witli Hie Hallowe'en holiday ill- most at hand Blytlu-vill<! sc:-ii : iy Is making (l )L . mo3t 0 [ t u c UL - C- ,si 011 «'ilh a number of imsmiully intiT- tliiif parties. Among thcsu are the two bridsc .ilfairs scheduled for I-'riciay. Mrs. C. O. Smith and Mrs. 1'raiik I'liraslier will cnlertnin In die uf- rrnoon ;vt llic Sinitn coniury home •Wiiiilormerc" on Ilie south' lilgli- *'ay, anrt Hint niylil Mesvlnmes Walker H. Baker. W. L. llorner, Ellon W. Kirby and Hairy W. 1 [nines will be hostesses for a p.iriv at Die Woman's club. A llalluweVn sup- |x?r nieini will be served at ssven J'clock witii the bridge gr.r.-.cs following. : i'Mirr-Ativcll. Tlic marriau'e of Miss Phyllis Iff Atwcll and Noble Fisher. Do;h cf furlaguvillc. Mo.,, was solrmntKod bore Batnrdiiy. The licv. All red S. Harwell, pastor of the l-'ir.s; Baptist chiircli, said t!:c riiis itrvia-. Sniilh-Cliildcrs. Miss Nellie Cliililers ii:nl Uji> Smith, botli of this city, were "lilcd in marriage Friday bv Jm- lice E. D. Walker. " " * * * i Stci\<l-Cnr.iH.-iy. The marriage of Miss Ocii-j Caraway and Kdgav Kteward. iioth c! Cusiiman, Ark..-o:-ciirrrd' ,'n-rs !:IE: Friday. Justice Oscar ' Alcximicr lead the service. Us Jfwel Pcntli-r ami -liir,.,,-,, Fulton, both ul Manili). « rro lmil . cd in m.nriasc llierc List r-'riiiy ty Justice Pad f;. Uctew. A'l:iinb-Chrniu-ywovtli. The marriage or Mrs. UM-HIM Clieimcyworiii and l,o-,ii, ^.i,,,^ t"th of this dty. iw.k |,|. u -c 1 151 ' mirsday with ihe Hcv. U u Kii- tore saying- (he wrvicv. « • * Unlwcll-liinlic. ' Miss Etliel Bostic 1U1(1 K . u ,., Ucdwell. bolii of Manii.i. ,, m , iriir . • icrt Friita.v. The Kcv T. uiu[\ai\1 Caldwell perfovjiivd Hit- c.-ivmciiv. * * * Shady r»inc P. T. A. ' The Shady Lane P. T. A. n-etl Fiiciay afterncon. plans usro made for a pic supper to be- l-.i-Ul I Friday nishl, Oc^'mhidi , a butterfly quiu will b- E iven| away. Everyone is invited. «y .ltM,lA : nL,\NSII,\UI) ' .-,•-.. JVt'A iwrvloe Writer..-- '• NE\V YOKK—The frost is on t!ie puinpkln so clear, nll'.-decks for tlic Ifallowc'en p'drly! Young and old alike enjoy reveling In lire zest of tills 'celebration where witches lend their black arl mid thcrc^ is contagious pleasure and a fc'ly.siiiyers of excitement in games played in a spooky atmosphere.- 'Ilils is a grand year to give-a tocky party on Hnllowe'en nlgiil. Folks arriving In rags'and lattcrs are-sufficiently disguised to give n Illlup tq-thOsierenlni;. A tnnstiuer- ade parly tor.high •school children is more • trouble,: but worth il tor the fun it-brings.' A .black-domino .masquerade party, with witches;" musks,.is a-vgold idea for «11 ages. .-' ; r^v" •' ^.-. Uccoratloris I|alf the linUir ;V: yoii lire*.blessed with a houiii or even -a .roomy aparlmcrit,' yoii an set the attic, tlio cellar or the kitchen and dining room apart to the party.' You. might even leave the rest .of Ihe lionse dark ami eui'li new gticsl led by tlii; tlu'pngh uiiHglitcd rooms''.lo lay off his or her wraps and tljeh escorted ugnln ii,l o the ghostly "ghl of the rooms in w-liich the Party is'held. Decorations are aln-ays half (Us b.ittlc of a Hallowe'en, party. This year new and more belligerent cuL; ML- to bo had, witches big and small, funny or Kriic-bSin? piinni- kin fncc laiileriis, witches' canl- cirons foi- favors ana table centerpieces, an manner of autumn leaves nnd ccrn sulks for back- cround nnd imitation Southern moss for hanging frcm-tii; ccillne to give n ghostly almoi-plicrc : r . "Hnrilcr'' ,1,, i; cl -i c (; :llnc •Never have n Miiylc bi'ii,'iil light for a Hallowe'en party. You C'in set fine effects by putting pumpkin faces over (he wall lights. A slamllng lamp Ls an excellent fmnie on which to bull.! a witch. If yoiir party is in |hc crlhr !>;• a;tic. h.ive your lighis throw :l m>x- imnni of 3|»Dky .•.i::idow-o. "Murdi-r" is 0113 of the best pos- sible 'games' lo' ! itart oit a'J'Iallow- e'on• imrtv''-Kvtryoiie- draws-oaids, all being blank cards except live. One of these five is marked './/murderer," two'are marked "deleclive," and tivo "judges." Keep your cards secret. Pill out nil lights after tlie cards are drawn and tell everyone to mull .about, In and out of t'he rooms .set aside for Ihe party. The "murderer" touches someone who then nnist. fall to the Jloor with as loud n as can. be mustered. When the scream lears the air. no one must move a step. Of coiihse it behooves the "murderer" to get ns far away as possible. All lights come on and-llse two detectives step forth to accuse everybody caught anywhere near the "murdered" man or woman: The dclcctUys- can ask any question, they. waul. You must'defend' yourself, whether guilty or innocent, 'ilic whole fun of the gsihie depends on the 'clever questions Ihe detectives ask ami tl:c ciet'er answers given. , ' The Judges, determine, a(t:r lip minutes or so -or questions, \vho the murderer is. If they have t;ii;<!s- cd wrong, the guilty one confesses alter they have handed down their, The Popular "Swirl" . Fully Gunranlrcrt KI.AINK HKAIITY SHOP rhouc 4:; decision. And you draw caWs and start nil over again. Old Games Always.Fun' '' All the o'd Hallowe'en gameTairt- ns good • as. ever. Bobbing for apples, .walking down stairs:-backwards- wilh'i a ; oandle.-to :discover who your future linsband will !>•> (tlic 'bays' dr&W'lots' to"'sec'In".what order they'stand attention A the bottom-of the-staris), telluig for tunes, with a witch p'residhig. pulling molasses taffy to'see who gets his. piece done ilrst^-al! of : these are fun. . ' Doughnuts and elder ore tlirTifai dltional Hallowe'en - refreshments! Bu.^ many people prefer heartier ones. A good idea is to ad'd hoi dogs and ; coflee' or fancy RnnA'- wlclw and beverage. You can-make fancy Illtle "black cat sandwiches or wllclies 1 .face^, by using fancy cutters and brown bread. ! Of course, you: draw partners for supper lime..6'r any g.ims that are Played. And if you have been .play- nig anies with your masks on, the mcje act of shedding Ihcni and finding out tbc mistakes you'-have made in identity are fim.. f The whole secret of a successful Hallowe'en parly is to keep it informal, full of. surprises and to "nd H up with somclhlruT very" good to eat. . ' TUESDAY. OCTOBER, 25, 1932 •-^JKIW Daughter, Mrs. Arnold Tucker aiid sou, Jackie, w^ere guests ol Mrs. McDonald's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bufll ol Jonesboro, Ark., Friday. Joe Jaffce of Memphis arrived »-••»"•» "^ --^uijicaat MISSOU Thursday for a few days visit with soclatloiial meeting at caite his wife and son. orifi-nn TTHHOU Mrs. B. Merrltt of New York visited witli Mrs. B. D, Crowe a short while Friday enroiite to Florida. '.' Clear Lake Farm Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Wilson visited their- daughter, Mrs. Tommy James and Children Sunday. Miss Lucille Handolph was the Sunday dinner guest of Miss Florence Clayton. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Evans visited Mr. and Mrs, a. H. Ralph Sunday afternoon.; Mr. and Mrs. Wllford Stafford are. the parents of a son born Sunday, October J«. Ike\ Richardson. visited iii s brother, Turner, pf Banks, Miss Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis of Chicot Ridge were dinner guests of Mr and Mrs. C, H. Taylor Sunday Mrs. Kenneth Joiner, who has been seriously 111 for the past week, Is slowly Improving. Tliere will IK a pie supper at the school house on Hallowe'en night, October 31. Sandwiches will \K sold and fortunes told. Everyone is invited to come dressed for the occasion. 'Mrs.-James Randolph of Mem- Phis ipent ihe week-end here visiting her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Randolph. -.Misses Lucille and Hattie Lois Randolph and -Mrs. Dewey Randolph shopped in Kon'nctt Friday ilitcrnodn. ; • •- • • Miss Christine Harmon wl:o is attending college 'at Springfield, Mo., spent the week-end here visiting her-paernts, Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Harmon. 1 -' Judge and Mrs. J. K. Duncan visited relatives-in New Madrid Friday evening. : . - : 'Mrs. 'John, wilks-spent the past •week in 3f.:-Louis -visiting, relatives. Sliarron Oroinmccns who Is attending, the' Slate -Teachers college at Springfield.' spcnf the week-end her visiting: his grandparnts, Mr ' and Mrs. J/'Brynnt, ' - - : • William' -Khonrie of Stcelc, and Fred, Sam and Miss. Helen Harrira of Caruthersville were guests of the fonnciVs .mother. Mrs. Wolf .Khourte'.-'-".-!'. j: •; ^ . ' {; • .f-i : , ;.'M«. L. V, McDonald and. 1 chil- j'dren,- Ocwafd arfd'Clco aikl' Mrs. ' Jack Teasler nnd sons, f«onard and Docloi-s have n tnuch higher mortality rate limn cillier- lawyers or clergymen. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk lOc Ql. Delivered 7-1 l{ulg;iriai\ lac (}t. Go (o Church Sunday- ircner fllll. FASHIONiO SHK HOSIESV lu'cr CliilVon lops $1 jMeCA'LLUM No. 1900 Chiffon HOSIERY • Fpur-llnV.\d—an ultnic- t'lve hlgl\ twiht Gliilton, ' ' . All sll k lliroil[;llolll, wllli stop run HM- son's colors. Shoes and Hosiery,, Puxico News •Mayme V. JulU'n'.is in a Meni- pliis hoipUal whire she was operated .upon for appendicitis. taia. parlies, sSferil Sunday night, with Lepra Pritcliard.' ; ' . There'will be a'Hallowe'en'party and wiener roast, at the Number Nine schoolho'usc October 31 'Ev- cryoiie -t? Invited to attend. . Keltic sterling spent Saturday night with Pansy Rajcr. Litlle Billy nice, who has bjen 111 lor some time, is somewhat better. Zettie Sterling f.ricnt Saturday night with Fannie Mayc Nellie.' • Several from here attencieU the singing: at Oak Rldgc Sunday. f teachers of ' (he Braeeadodo Consolidated school district a '!? .^ U !! !easl M'-ourl as- Friday. George and Tom Lo!i c a ., ( .„ Mildred Lo lls motored to Jones? boro Friday to visit B Birls attending the A », college. The Misses'lion,. Ka hrvi and Marie Long, Cicnc Watson airl Norma Holt rcturned' :w i(h n lc . n to spend the . week-one)- at i lcwc ' Miss Edna Davis spent Tliii,- s d a 'y night with Miss 'N'hw Huckaba Jack Wilkcrson and Miss livai- ricc Holt drove down froni Cairo III.. Sunday for a short' visit vlih Mr. nnd Mrs. P. C. Holt. M re Holt returned with Mr. Wilkcr- son to spend a few days in Cairo and Miss Holt remained hero. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Skinner and Mary Curtks of Caruihersvillc attended church services and spent the day with relatives and friends here. Miss Hilda Pluniley of Stole is suendinij ii few days wltli her aunt, ^^rs. Herb Gallaher. Miss Jewel Lewis and her mother drove lo Portngevillu Thursday to spend the day with Mrs. Tom Merrltt. Seen from an airplane, n rain- tmw appears in the form of a complete circle. 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