The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1932 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, October 27, 1932
Page 7
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EIGHT 4H Ghib ihampion Iva Harness, a 4-1! Club girl of Oak Grove Community, Pulaski county, was stale champion poultry club member in 1030 imd 1031. She is now a student in home economics at tte UnhtrsJly of Arkansas College of Agriculture on a scholarship awarded her by the International Harvester Company, because of her outstanding 4-H Club work, and leadership in. community and scholastic ac- tfvlies. Miss Harness was one of llio 123 4-H Club members In 193! enroll- ed in poultry work under county ngents aurt home demonstration agents. H*r six years of 4-H Club work netted her a return of $1,531.45. "Miss Harness is n line example of \yhat 4-H Club work means to thousands of Arkansas' rural youth. Her club aclfvltics have contributed in n larg« measure to her going Io college as il hns to many other club members .seeking college education," states W. J. JerniRan, slate club agent, University of Arkansas College of Agriculture. fvey liar-jet', and Rufiis Nor- molored to Clarksville, Ark., — last-.week to take a group of cot- IfiHJphriet ton'pickers to their homes. l'««i-«fi«t Fuheial services were held Saturday afternoon for G!eiior.a Flln, 0-monihs-oid (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill FUn. who died Friday night at the family home here. Death was attributed "to malaria. Burial n-as at the Wllkins cemetery. * Mrs. John Holland hnd 0.1 her weck-tnd guests her sister and the Ittttev's husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Co^ins of Paducah. Ky. Mrs. Blue Bell Masters of Dell New Liberty was a large crowd nt the box supper Friday night. The $27 waived will be used "for purchasing seals for the auditorium. In a recent contest Hilly God- ?sey won the Butterfly quilt. . Mrs. Prank May returned Sunday from Bassctt where sfc" 1 spent two weeks with her parents Mr and Mrs. Vining. . Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Epperson and ' Mr. and Mrs. Logan Perkins visited relatives in Blythevlllc sun- day. Ph atari Meadows, who has been ill, is now better. There were 07 at Sunday school Sunday. An effort Is being nitidc to .hav c 100 next Sunday. J. B. Cook has as his gusots last week several relatives from Oklahoma. He accompanied them home 'for a visit before moving to Little River where he tins purchased Inud. Lone Oak Items The community club met at the home of Mrs. Lois Young Monday afternoon with ssven members present. The meeting was presided over by Mrs. J. w. Fields president. Miss Cora Leo Column)', county homo demonstration ngent spoke on "Pood Preservation." In the. social • hour, games were piny- ed-l and th? hostess served refreshments, assisted by Mrs. Lizzie i Lancaster. . , Clyde and Buford Jarretl, El- ! bert. Brock and Misses Eunice and Bernice ' Jarrett, Alma Nscdhnm nnd Jewel Maxwell were dinner guests .of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lobey at niylheville Sunday. • Mr. ami Mrs. S. F. Powell, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Powell, of New Liberty, spent Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs. Lawrence Powell. Luke Richardson, who has been ill for several weeks, i suo better. All are invited to attend Sunday school. HOME THEATRE Last Time Tori ay—"Love Is A Racket", with Douglass Fairbanks, Jr. Adm.—Matinee and Night— 10' and 25c Friday and Saturday Adra.—Matinee and Night— 10 and 25c See . :. Ken Maynard - - in - ' 'Hell Fire Austin' Serial and Cometly. Celebrate Anniversary Week at JUTZ THEATRE ^ THURSDAY and FRIDAY •Vo. 8 and Vicinity Number Eight school will open Monday, Miss Juanltn Glen,' primary [enclier, has resigned (o accept a pcsltion near her home. A new teacher has not yet been named. The cotton uop in this vicinity is turning out larger than we expected, the late rains having caused small bolls to mature. .'Mrs. C. J. Hicks of Jackson, Tenn., Is visiting her daughter, Mr«. E. E. Ki'ans. 'Mr. and Mrs. Troy Dyer of Maplcwood spent Sunday visiting Mr. nnd Mis. T. I). Hamilton. A largo crowd attended .the slnyii:!; at Oak Kidge Sunday. A little fill, dead at birth, was born to Mrs. E. E. Evans Friday afternoon. Burial took place ut Number Kighl cemetery Saturday afternoon. Mr. ami Mis. Pete Brasher have inoycd 'frcm Number Eiijht to land, ouncd bv a Mr. Pool near Orocketl. Dink Lawltr motored to Tennessee Saturday nnd returned Suiuiay. Miss Vc-rjia McKny of Oak Ridge Is reeowln!! from several days illness. \\!V5 the Sunday guest of Mrs. Porter Smith.' Mr. and Mrs. Mcrvin Cook c! fiofiiell were the Sunday guests of Clayton Hni tsficW. and family. flub llcvill and family of Gos- ni'll were th e Sunday guest'Sv ol Mr. Bcvlll's daughter. Mr:;. J. 'j[ Boldlni; and family. • Ifarvey Hargctt nnd family mov- icd lo a place east of niylhcvlllc Saturday, I The Key. Buck Walters of Half Moon win conduct church .services hf-re Saturday night. on? the guests of Mr. and Mrs ! Tf, V«« Ol • T v. w. Davis iastweek end i 'J-iear-Ulo larzaji Ekron News Notes Driver Crave A tox sup])er Is planned lor Fri- THURSDAY, with his sislrc, Mrs. R. T. WildiT iiiicl Family. Mr. and Mrs. 'Hubert Co/art i lcsis IV:1S imminent. H;.-rnniraJ: 1 ! £|.?iil Sunday with Mr. nr.d Mrs.! llve <l on a rough plait:,-in l:i ;•:••; I'helon Kutanks of Sandy nidge. ! 10 P of a 100-Iou L-lm tn-i'. lit- ate I Mis. Verlie Hammock n\ Uur-J v'-at little fo.l li = t on!-i (/otaln! (letlo visited her niece. Mrs. Cur-! v'Mi his fishiiia |)D!?, ; i r.yn and Us Bright Thursday afternoon. jay.-ow and dasiatlons givn l!:::i b" Mr. and Mrs. Oble Hyihco\ and the few faroi'j.-s i:e irjm'^r\: Clyde Brasher sii?nt Sunday Iiiiamon,-; h!:: !ri;;i:s. H'»~ rlieapp'arai Memphis. <KU the brush wh'-;!i i;:-angc-rs ,r>- scliool ' " """""»' Henry Jackson returned' to tlViri' In the colder myiihs'Vie ii-r- " Mr. 'and Mrs. Albeit Hall O r ! 1 "? 1 " ?S . '"' La ," r< ' 1 ' Mta " S " mlav ' i"'" . btl '" « >"-^'-'- rwf r/3:- his ssra sff^-J«!!!^.' 1 ^% 1 siS!S?!. fc :Ji' 1CT "'""' " •fad is to liave onj's monogram-; painted In (sold on each thumb- , nail against a sapphire blue back- i SrouiKl. Tl:c nev Idea seems to ' have been inspired by a Russian prlj)C.?ss, ivho lias been appearing at London receptions >vllh a golden coronet painted on each of her black-laetniered thumbnails. Not J032 __ h«ny-' people have~coroiieir "but whoev.rha.anaine,,: 1 ^^, NEW BEDFORD, Mas , „ Louis Fournler, 13 ami i> ~? Four,,ler, 10, broil is L^ 1 ?, 01 " 1 left aixl right armv r^.," 1 " 1 ' in falls from.the .sam/^' 5 ' y '. park ni'ar their home. / a ' • - •-!•"-..snub nus Wl'C'K with Mr. and Mr,. Charles Spring. ; yrai ; hlls r ^M t^",^ "^ The Driver rove Sunday school j uTcSc "T^ ^ a " d members ore .planning to visit the I Half Moon Sunday school nsxl' " ~ Su "' lay ' „ " I tlimmry Hume for Swallows .^f s :.. E ^. ller ?P:'n?cr visited her I RAt.EIOII. N. o. rTjrj-Tho.i- . Charles Springer and Leonard! Pounds visited in'Dlyihcvillc Wed-j •ijeiday. | Mrs. Clifford Burns iititl Lucy Thomns were the Sunday after- neon guests of Mrs. Gallon, Mrs. Edgar Sawyers spent Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Melton Mrs. Melvin Hums visited Claufr , •• Steward Sunday afternoon. ' ; '• Singing was held Sunday nielli at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Cozart. Mrs. Bass of Promised Land and , thai of n Mrs. Clyde Howell or niytiicville I UK.VKHAU •— This entire show will be presented matinee and nieht with a special price to school children for matinee 1Cit <?~ adults 4fc. Everybody can «e . comff"^ 0 .^ Night admission 20 &. 40c COMING-"BLESSED EVENT- with \ cp *>ri A r»T\.r TKT fYiTr^ _ l ^" "MOVIE CRAZY" with Harold Lloyd. COAT SALE 3 Days Starting Tomorrow Values $ 35 to $ 45 H$O>1.95 H ERE'S" a sale if ever there was ..... . .. one, with every smart fashion -represented and every {jewel fur! With ' pricjls on the up and up, wise women >'ill' certainly snatch nt this oppor- • tunity to get a truly good winter coat, at a good low price! Fur Trims Fox Mai'mink Soalinc Mtch Caracul Badger Mnrlin Three years ayo. tiir i-^j? ;li.n: h: it;ed to hDist^'.f to his f.'fims in the trc^ broke, aid Sl:jn- hargcr v/a.-; forctd lo iniKd o shari: on ;ne ground. "A new r=;i; rec'':n;y \\m provided by Am.nulus n. circssm?:'. A'ho Is one of the icw jrr.sans u, lieccme acquainted v.ith *.h= r.gctl man since Jiis retir.-'inMi:. Xra StDrnbargcr siis in a .v.":-p!cjack'.- c)ia!r and pulls hij))s;>:i a)5fi by nc-ans of the r.ipe an j n imlley. LC.N'OCW, (U(')_ r-ainclngs | to maich the color of a dress is noiv beiii« -iiipcrsed- i ed by a nev.- fnshion. Tlie latest WIIKX S^f j HOTEL Formerly Elk's Hotel 1 Memphis, Tenn. Delightful airy rooms with tub or shower and beds like cider down A Jcautiful swimming pool—bowling "lleysiind liaml hall courts, towtlier with ;i Turkish hath parlor. Our din- mi; room is the talk of Memphis-and =>uch reasonable prices. Room.v from $2.00 u/j ., . Wino i Black Brown Green Tweeds I. ROSENTHAL, I N. E. Corner R. R. and Main Sts. I'honc 260 nc. lilythevillc. Ark. N^ On these RCOAT WHY ALL THE INCITEMENT? Because these two prices represent great big juicy cuts in what this clothing was originally made to sell for. WHY THESE DEDUCTIONS? HccMiisi 1 men's doihinir business has heen slow—Bo- niuse we have on hand more Overcoats than we ran possibly sell, at regular prices, between now and the end of the swt-:«on—Because Headquarters says "Se)l your excess =(orks now—Dcn'i carry over an Overcoat into next soil- son." BOYS' OVERCOATS I'rices drastically cut to clear our heavy stock of Roys' Sturdy Overcoats. ' " x CO. 220-222 W. Main Blytheville, Ark,

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