The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 26, 1932 · Page 2
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. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1982 Mr. at:d Mrs. p. E. Fender have announcul the marriage of their son, Ray. io Miss Lucille Miller of Louis, June. which occurred last; Stcele r. Miller Is & graduate of the school. He attended CaruttarsviJIe Junior college and the University of Missouri. He received Use degree of bachelor of flcnce in business admlnls'tra-i tlon !m June. He Is now employ- .m..Y'1'HKVlU.E. (AUK.) COURIER NEWS old Wall spirit last wi^k end with relatives at Camden. Tenn, Mrs. Cecil Woody had us h?r guest last week week her slster-ln- law, Mrs. Hugh Mathenla ot Cerro Gordo, Tenn. Mr.' and Mrs. John Parks jr., transacted business in Memuhls Tuesday. Mrs. Henry Carlton of SI. I.oiils j spent last week here with her daughter, Mrs. Harry Hillard. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Slioemnkjr and son Daniel Jr. and Oliver Tlcl- well ot Edlnbure, Tex., arc visiting in the home of Mr. and Mvs. Charley Crawford. ' • DessleNailne, 3 year old daiith- ter' of Mr, and Mrs. Dale Rutledge, died -Sunday morning after a short illness of diphtheria. Pu High School News f<) in St. Louis. '..• .. nernl services were held at the The bride Is a graduate of I Mettl oUlst church Monday morn- Ck-vcland lilgli school, St. Louis, ">f b >' tlle ««'. H. W. Doss. Bc">'d attended the .University of! t ! dcsllcr parents lltlle Nudlne is Mi'souri until lier marriage ' SUIV| vcd by three sisters. Evelyn Mr and Mrs. Fender will beat Bi 88 e rt. Hazel Joe and Margaret Marie Rutledse, Frank Cook, Jack Hanley and the Misses Maude 'Alice Deasley and 'Goida Marshall were visitors In. Memphis Sunday. Miss Ruby Hinchey shopped in Blytheville Monday. Miss Irene Guthrle has accepted a position as .bookkeeper with the Highway .61 Gin company. Tom Brooks and Frank Jordan transacted butinetS in Memphis Tiiesdny. ic to their friends at, 3500A Botanical avenue, St. Louis. •i * . * . Mr. raid Mrs. J. D. Best of Holland have as their guests Mrs. Dtttlp Hawes of St. Louts • and: William Shaver of Edv.'avdsville, 111. Miss Georgie Mae Best, who Is attending teachers college at Cape ttlrardeau, spent last week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. D. Best of Holland. Miss {Catherine Jones has returned to her home In Ccoter af- Fire Prevention Week Observed at High School In recognition of Fire Prevention week, October 9 to 15, the Junior class. sponsored a Pire Prevention program Thursday morning ni 10 o'clock In the high school auditorium. T)ie first number was n series of selections by Willie Tr3::;r, accompanied by Mrs. Trotter at the nl- ano. Mayor Nell Rce3 spofc on the subject of Fire Prevcntbn. fie -jis- cussed the causes of fire and lh-lr prevention. Mr. fte?d attributed 00 per cent of fires to carclcanesi, nnd suggested a program to prevent rarelessncis. Mayor Reed reviewed the expense of our local volunteer fire department. He also gave Ffitl.stl-s showing the lojsrs by fires I,, (lie United States and In Arkansas for the past year. ter an extended Visit in Memnhisl Llirio and ^mnli^n Ar« is the guest of Mrs. Rulh Reid ! L>UC!0 ana «mpl!C10 Are Howard, formerly of lien;. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Myrant I spent last week with the former's parents at Poplar Bluff. Miss Kathleen Harper, who underwent an operation at the Blytheville hospital two 'weeks ago, is improving rapidly al her home here. Miss Marian Wright spent last week at Hillsman Taylor with OT sitter, Mrs. Sam Burdine. Supt. and Mrs. C. E. Miller and Mrs. W. O. Alexander attended the Southeast Missouri Teachers meeting at Cape Cirardeau Thursday and. Friday. : . , Tile Sunday school class of Miss Irene Whilfleld was entertained with a party last Wednesday afternoon at the home of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Robins. Those who enjoyed the party were Martha Robbins, Marjorie Kflton. Mary De- clne Clarke, Mclba Wells, Attic Bird Wilson, Hollls Ketchum. Howard Graham, Sam Frame, Bill Bobbins, Junior Paul, Jake Story and Bert Wells. Rev. and Mrs. H. w; Doss and sons returned Sunday evening after attending the annual conference of the Methodist church. aS Df-xtcr. The Rev. Mr. Doss was r,?appointed pastor of the Methrfd- 1 1st church here. U Jerry Holly of Chicago returned., to .the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D: B. Holly of Cooler, last Thursday to spend the wintejr months. "", ! .•'•.". ; ) Mrs. 'Tillle, -.p^nce.. apd . soi Floyd Cookrsy of Chicago speh't* last week here as the gussts of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Wren. Mrs. Charles Jenkins, who was returned from a Memphis hospital recer^v. is improving slowly. Carl Hughes spent last week, with relatives in Alabama.' ' "' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weaver and, son and 'daughter and Mr. and Mrs. W. M." Cooper and daughter were guests last Wednesday of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hall of Memphis'. Mrs. Henry. Carter find daughter Barbara Aim, Mrs. Gladys Fowler, Miss Ruth Wall ami Har- Talented Entertainers There have baen Siamese twins, but not sine,! Chang and Eng, the original jolnerl-iogrthcr couplet. have there been male Siamese twins in the world— that is, not until Lucio and SImplicio Godino, boys, wen? born Joined together on the Island of Samar In the Philippines twenty-three years aso. The Godino twins, coming to the Hit?, theatre Thursday and Friday, are different from other Siamese twins — there are but three other similar pairs on earth, a)l girls— In that they. are highly educated, are dancers, expert gymnasts and talented musicians. They dance, roller-skate, and do amazing gymnastic feats. They offer mad musical moments in solo th?lr various wind Instruments. They and duet on and native would he popular big time entertainers even if they were not world features by reason of their jomed-logether bodies. And they are good looking, little, well-formed boys, dressing smartly in the English mode. They speak five languages, and meet their public a s ,suave men of the world. Charles Fritzius Heads Public Speaking Club The public speaking class or»- finlzed Into a Public Six-akin* club Thursday afternoon during Ihe seventh period. The follovmi; students wer e - elected officers- Charles Fritzius, president. James Edwards, vice-president, Elizabeth Burnette, secretary Miss Luna Wilhelni is sixmsor of the club. James Slmms, E«rl Lowrey, Eugene Perry, Edkon Halslead. Harold Davis, Ira Clrey, Jack Hobin- son jr. The patrol works In shifts, from eighl to 'elylu-llilrty in I ha morning, from i-ievon-nfly lo twelve-fifteen al noun, from twelve thirty to one nt noon, from (Inw- tv:eiHy-flve to three-forty in the Afternoon. Pencil Sale Will Help , Football Team If you are to be In .style at the Dlylhevlllc high school von will nw n Red Pepper pencil. Tlnse ppn- fll.5 ssid by Die Her! Popper club, have proven a gren! favorite \\-Uh the student body because of Ihc fact Dial the nineteen thirty-lwo looQill sclicdulj Is prfnlcd on ihem. Tl:c pencils b;nr (be minis ot the club, the place and date of iho tatunll games. TM mousy obtnlti- cil iram ihc snlss will lie" us?l by Hie Red Peppers to buy footlwll e<iulp:n?nt. e<l on relatives here Sunday at- ternoon. Jolihnlo Webb wns al hoino here for Hie'week tnrl. PAGE THBKft Traffic Conditions at School Are improving The High School'Traffic Patrol consisting of eighteen members, a captain, lieutenant, and sixteen privates, Is beginning to show signs of improving the traffic conditions near the school. The members are Ralph Fnrrar Gtip- taln. Ttdl Johnson, Lieutenant, M. B. Men.ard, J. W. Purtlc, Bill Mc- Kenzic, Leon McMullln, • Deck- Johnson, Altai Riding. J. T. 1/ong, Adell Lawler, Alfred Aaron, Huffman News MIT. Fannie Moore was a visitor of (he Armorcl P. T. A Thursday afternoon of last wick Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Hiiff.mm of Blylljci'HJe culled on friends and relatives here Tluirsdnv rtf- tcrnoon of last week. ^fc?.srs. A. L. Hcnvcrs, B. H Williamson and S. J. Peery nnd Mrs Smith Brackin and son, fiernnnl Albert were In Memphis Saturday visiting relatives In hospitals there. Miss Agues McKay of St. Louis was here the first o[ the week for the funeral of her brother Owen. Mr. nnd Mrs. I,elch Wcldon and children wem guests of relatives here Sunday. Miss Verdlc Ere«T?r wns the Sunday night guest of Mrs Ernest, East. Miss Willie li. Hay was the Monday ni B hl gin-si of Mrs. Ernest Rast. Mrs. Rpg. Hughes wns the guest of her mother. Mrs. W. B. Hay Sunday night. A. S. Miller of Cooler, Mo., call- Keiser News Notes Mr. and Mis. Clovls Crockett of Hilron spnel Sunday with Mrs. Crcikull's mother, and brothers, Mis. ,uice « r ilf.on mid iiarinnii niKl Hnrvoy Wilson, Mis. Oeorijc Colciunn nnil c'iii! t -li!vr Nimcy Sue of Mrniplils nre vlsiiuig (heir mollicf mid Bi-iiinhiioiher, Mis. H. P. Unnn- vaiu. In.'iip Nichols nnd Dill Dunn «(- tciuiul llie Ihi'aini In Hlylhovlllc Sunday nl K ht. Ml^s MniKaret Hoblnson, who Is ntli'iidlnt; Jonosboio A. and M. col!cr.?. spoilt UK- week end nt hoiiu 1 . •Sviu'c \viuiiiins lins nccvptcd a |K>::li:m> as ilriver of u lusi be- twcui Osccolu and Kelser. ML«VJS Sis Watson. Louise Tucker anil Hoiiltn llrucc und Hobble Kfiwy and I.Ioyd Ilvuce were In HKiliovllle Simdiiy vlslllns Lawrence Hood, wlio wns M-rioti.sly- 111 foi si'V.-'nil days. Oldest Living Native Is Sought by Town TAMAQUA. I'll. (UP)—A imtlun- wlcic sjaivh rndintcd from this conl rt-i'ion center lo Ihul the low's olilest llvlnn ncillve. Ilic person dettniilncd lo be llu-h oldest HvhiK person born here will ke honorci; al the town's centennial observance on ..ov. 11. | John McDonald, general chiilrmai) of tlieh ccnlcunlal cnmiulltce. dl- reclcfl the search throunh news- pniiers nnd letters to former rcsi- Oonts. Osctota Society— Personal Circles "A" mid "U" of the Methodist Woman's Missionary society lield dellelitfiil social meetings on Monday nfternoon. Circle "A" mci m. Hie home ot Mrs. W. F>. Fliinnlgan with Mes- cluniM Gcorui; linllone, Paul Conway nncl Henrietta Gough enter- mining with Mrs. Flannlgan. Mrs. W. L, Scgars lm<l arranged n delightful social program which c«r- rli'd out tliv spirit of Hallowo'en nnd reiio.shiiH'iits In u H»llowe'cn motir were ssrvwl following Ihc xmiics. l<;iijAti::ii members were in (.'sent, Circle "iv met ill the honip ol Mis. Ell Myers who was cu-liov tc.is vvllli MCMhniH's S. M. Hodgiis, Will CMscnhnll nml K. M. Morrow. The eiiU'rliilnmciit lirognim ms iirritiiccrt by Jlrs. Khoubtuli ui«1 Mrs. WeulV.cisby. 'I'wonty-DlglU menibm were prcunl • and n WDM- ber ol giiesis incliKlInu Mrs. J. 1!. Uliiin, Mrs. n. A. Slier, Mrs. J, V. JCIPS, Mv s . ciiarles Show?, ot Louisville, Ky., , and Mrs. Mary jfitie of Hot Springs, the latler two being hoiis- gucsU of Mrs. Margaret Jink. • • « Mix w, E, Hutu spent Sunday oila Monday | n Mncon, Miss., where she wtis called on account of the serious lllne.ss of Mrs 8 L Murphy. Mis. Murphy who wa j ll:c mother or Mrs. Hunt's first linslMntl. iiid ,it her home In MB- con Inle SiiiKJuy iiftcrnooin al l!-e ! of 70 years. Mrs. A, li. tj t ,rch S|>mi [ Ul[ »cck-cn<l will) friends In C.inilli- vllli!, Mo WIM.MAIi, Minn. (UP)-A 33- I'omicl uilfljh was caught licie recently by Allen Wollln. who wns •o suruilseil (lint ha Jiniincd Into mo hike lo pull lha nsh usliorir. deep. The (Ish WIIN the lurg- CailBlll |n [I,,, cuunty tl,| s y C(ll . The Popular New "Swirl" PKRM/VNBNT Fully Guaranteed KKAIJTY SHOP Thone -13 William Smiths Get , Tangled in Investigation OAKLAND, Cai. (UP)—William' Smith hnd nn argument witli William Smith and William Smllh Investigated for the police dcpart- nicnt. Bmitli No. I. a gnragc owner, complained lo Smith No. 3, a police Inspector, (hat Smllli No. 2, n truck driver, had threatened him when lie demanded payment ol a bill. Beware the Cough or Cold that Hangs On I'criutenL cnufli* and cold» Jc«J to wrioui tioulile. \ou ran xop them now iv-illi Crcomulilon, an cnuiliiUtJ creDioto tlat it jileiuut la lakr. C'reomulilon lit new medical Jinovfrv willi two-(o]J«c. tlon; it »oollic» onil Will the inlbmctl mcnibnnM tad Inhibit! |crm growth. Of all known dnif >, crtoKte h r«og. nlzra by high medteilitttnorlileftMona of lh« srralm lifalin» igencltn for ptr- ofihrnot iroublw.Ofomuijlonconlilnt. in «ddii!on lo moyxa. o»h«r hcallnj de- ments which »o<he ind rie«l the Infected membrane* »nartop'ih«lrrll«l«mnain. »iminai!on, while the cree*o<« torn w tri tne«om£ch, it alwrlifj Into ilie blobJ, •iurk« the Kit of tlm trouble •wirhecki thegrowlho(tho(;enns. tc In llw trMtmant of rw riluent couthi in coIJi, bronchttl mhnui. brotie)il|l» MI! iJlncr fiimis of rwptr.tory dli«4i«,inj Is e««llem f?r building qn t |, n „„«„ »fler MM S or flu. Mo« r TrfutiJd it my coughorcoW.no mailer of howlonuiliiid. ing. is not Mlie«a aflw UkJngtccordlB« todUcctionj. Aikourdrul (ArfrJ Are You Listening? 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