The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 4, 1932 · Page 2
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TWO BLYTHEVTLLE, (ABEL)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER_,] ~'" Society Caltndat SaurtUj Children oi .Confederacy meeting with Miss Jane Branson. And Now-Coii'fures for Children Club .'', Members of tlio Mid- Week 'Bridge club and Mesdames Baker Wilson, J. H. Elklns and R. N. Ware Jr., were entertained by Mis. J. . Louis Cherry Thursday for! luncheon and a bridge game. . HOME decorated the living roam and the two small luncheon tables had centerpieces of tiny yellow chrysanthemums. A two course menu ras served. Mrs. Cecil Shane ond Mrs. Ells Ins w<m prizes. * * * Class Wins Race, felvtn * Picnic ••Mrs. 3. p. -Webster's room of the Sudbury elementary school won yie race for obtaining the largest membership in tlie P, T. A., Jl'avlng X IOO percent. For IHls the students, were given a picnic yes- tprriav at Walker's park. - The 36 present roasted Tvslners &nd niarslimallows late yesterday afterncon and then played games. VK- Announcement rias been made of the marriage of Miss Luna May Pale «nd Jessie ' Gibson, both of posnell. Justice' Oscar Alexander jserformed the ceremony Saturday. ' f Bits of Mostly Personal CUMBERLAND, Wis. (UP) — A ferc-d for the first time at Uwl prize ' for online tllc greatest i annual rutabaga harvest fes'.ival amount of rutabagas will tx; of-1 :!cre. •-• Mrs. Carolyn Mogler, of Risco,' Mo., and Waller A. Reed, of this city, were united ih marriage Saturday by the Rev. W. H. Sumrall. : *• » » * jSoles-Vancliver Willis-Vsndirer " There was si double wadding felenvnized her.' Monday when Miss Cora Vnndiver, oi Manila. Sas married to Claud Noles. of pell, and Miss Eunice Vnndiver, iof Manila, to Charles Willis, oi the same town.- The Rev. W. H. Horn performed the ceremonies. Hodman-Bute i-: The marriage pt Hits Annie B. Buie and ,Noah A. Rodman, both bf Luxora, occurred Saturday. The Rev. Percy S. Slnnficld performed the ceremony. And now come permanent waves, windblown bobs and marcels fcr children. These children, In a Chicago coiffure style show for children, ore ndmlring Ihe work of beauty experts as to toiislKl heads. The models, boys and girls, ranged in age from 3 years upwards. models applied MrsiUimrs M. G. Goodwin, K. II. Dennett, Randolph Smthl and A. T. Clour s,K'|il yesterday In Cairo. I 111. Mrti. Herman Carvill sr., of Helena, Ls the giMl of her da ugh- •jr, Mrs.-J. Louis Cherry and Mr. Cheriy for several days. Nfr. and Mrs. A. Cnnway have gone to Marshall and Kansas City, Mo., for a ten days stay with rel- Ttlves. Horace T. Culp v/ns called lo Cnmden, Ark., by the serious illness of his fatliev who Is In a hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Flcyd White will have as their guesU for the weekend Mr. ami Mrs, James A. Winn. of I.Htlc Rock. Mr. Winn Is ns- icmnl maiuner of tlic veterans ad- ttiinisti'allon. Mr. and Mrs. mill Elder, of Jonr^boro .will be here InnlgliL for the Joiwsfcoro-Blythcvlllc football (jaine. They will bs suesls of Mr. ami Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Mrs. Baker Wilson and son, Billy, .^'111 spend tomorrow in Memphis. Judge G. E. Keck an:l his court Will Head Arkansas Activities of Inlemaliona! Veterans Group. Mrs. Howard Proctor, leader in American Lotion auxiliary activi- liosfi has teen named Fldac chairman of (he Arkansas department. In addition to this honor Mrs. Prcctor Is also state parliamentarian and is .serving the fourth con- :ccullvo year as secretary of the ! local unit. She is a former unit.j president and the retiring district president. "As chairman of the Fldac r.hs • will preside at tlie Ficlac Day uieeiing held in Little Rock during each June and afllie Fidau luncheon of the stal? department in Its annual convention next summer at Pine Bluff. The Fldac, made up of veteran oiganlzations in all allied countries, is vi'iireteiileil In '.he United Slates by the American Legion and its auxiliary. The ccnsross of Ficinc. ivhli'h meets fitch year in the capital of a couulvy, is to licld this yciiv in French Morocco. Jt has for its objective "Bellcr Uiulerstandlng of 'Countries." Read Courier frcws Want Ms. ! from New' Albany, Miss., wiwrc lie Hoytt Society—Personal Klns-Hntton Viola Hutton, of Manila, .were united in marriage Monday .by Justice C. O. Marrs. '*- » - * ' o ,)Lawh«r»-Aden. • .'.-•' ^ Tije. marriage ot Mtss Lois Aden Sind Lcaburn Lawhorn. both 'of Hoseland, were married Tuesday by Justice John U. Ncedham. '* ~ • * Evtrtlt-Cliylin • ' : Miss Nellie Clayton and Iris Everelt, both of Biac kOak. were united in marriage Tuesday by Justice C. C. Marrs. * * * Has Clnb Party •Mrs. W. I. Eenton entertained the Thursday Rook, club with a parly yesterday afternoon which was unusual in arrangement a. patriotic motif used. Tlie tallies •were pictures of Roosevelt, Hoover and Thomas wllli liny tings or them. Before the games started Mrs. J. W. Cochran pUycd patriotic numbers on ' trie piano. After the games Mrs..C. E. Wilson was presented a Democratic stuffed ejnblem for the prize. '.'• A poach salad was served with sandwiches and coffee to Ihe llirce tables' of players • which included Wo guests, Mrs. W. S. and Mrs. J. E. Crilz. * * * To Hive Sunday School - The congregation o! Temple Israel will be fin Sunday school services Sunday morning, 10 o'clock. •All children of Jewish faith, nrc urged to attend. The parents are invited to the opening service. Mrs. Carl Sioler entertained tlie members oi the seventh grade class of Hi; Higli scool with a Hallowe'en parly at the old gymnasium Monday evening. * * * Mrs. Arnold Tucker entertained her Sunday School class of the Methodist Church .with' a party at her home Monday evening. Wanda Euell and Peggy Blnir were awarded prizes for winning contests. Freda ROES Crafton was awarded a box of stationary for having the best costume: . • • , . ';' • f . • Mrs. WHIard Ray entertained | seyen table?" of guests with,.-a bridge parts' at licr'ho'me Monday ,-^Tho Hallowe'en colors of orange and black were carried out in the decorations v and* favore. High score prize for the ladles was awarded Miss Sina Dnggar, white the men's prize went to 1A- mar Thompson. - • • Miss Irene Hageermann ciitcr- slenographer, H. G. Parllow, rc- lunvxl last night from Corning where thsy have been In court this week. They will return Ihere I Monday. Son-in-Law Pays \ Mr - an<1 Mrs - whil a™'' 111 ™ M -I. ' • 1 J o , YVH i r.r.il Mrs. L. E. Old ju.._ have gone iHOiher-in-Law Board Bill ! lo Memphis for the weekend. i Miss Ma Marie Sample, of Hol- DETROIT. (UI>) — A son-in-law land, Mo., visited here last night, was ordered to pay his mother-in- J Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dlnkenspiul, liiw 5^80 board bill for the keep- j formerly of here and now of Mem- ing of Us wife. In circuit court plfis. were In Ihj cily yesterday; here recently. \ Mrs. E..R. Smith, of Oscccla. Is here with Mrs. Josephine Harris who I 5 quite 111. Mrs. J. C3. Rascli, of Lcs Angeles, Cal., Is Ihc guest of Miss MnrEiierlle Matthews. Accompanied by Miss Ruth Matthews and attended Ihe funeral of his brother in law, J. G. Rnmrsy. Henry Brice Laysou. 3, underwent an operation for appendicitis it the Blythevitlc hospital today. He is resting very well. tarl E. Rlley agreed lo p~y Mrs. Caroline Shellun, his inoiUer-in- Inw, 510 per week for the board o; his wife, Rcna. niley contended that ha nn<l his wife were separated shortly nflcr me agreement was made, but Judge Tliccdorc J. Klchtcv ruled thai he must, pay the bill accumulating previous to the divorce. 25 ounces for You Save In Buying KC.... ' You Save, in Using KG. • mother, Mrs. B. M. Matthews, lliey went to Memuiris Sunday. Dr. W. M. Owcfi has rcluimd n ° wers Is Traveler Visits . City lor 38th Time PETERSBURG, ind. tUP)—John Snydei 1 , 30, wliq started from Cali- fornla-jn'l^Sl to become'a traveling umbrella mender has visited Petersburg for the 38th lime. Snyder sal dhc did all his walk- ina along the railroad tracks te- cause (here were too many iiit-run drivers on tlia highways. He claims lo liuva covered: more than 50 ; (KIO I tv.iles in his journeys. Rosita Garcin, daughter of i f iban consul general in Liver-1 several I l^a'. England, the subject of this] Read Courier News Want flus. laiued n number of friends ...... a Hallowe'en bridge party Moil-1 ll " day cvdiilng. Folloming several I l»oi, tngiuuu, uiu .M.UJUCU u, im.-, ( _^ ^^ -. _ __ mm £* E nmes the hostess served delicious striking portrait \vhich was award- [ •/• «g HI K«. »• Sft refreshments. High score prize was] ed- the gold medal nt the recent] ^^ ^^ ^f ^* •• «*' awarded Mrs. J. S. Wcslbail. The i International Exhibition of Mod-1 Do n 'i | ct il 10 m.gct a strange holj. home was beaullfiilly decorated em Portraits In Paris._ Now you | Fight germs iiuickly. Creoruuliion con- wlth the Hallowe'en motif being carried out. « T * The Ann Ciilberlson Class met at the homo of Mrs. Lizzie Wallace Tuesday afternoon with eighteen members present. This was tlie first meeting of the new year. A short business meeting was presided over by the president, Mrs. Don Chapin. * < * Tlic eighth gvad eclass of the Hayli high school entertained her know what .Inspires Cuban seren-1 ades. bines tho 7 biiit lidpa known to modem science. Powerful but harmless, ric.iiant ID take. No n.nrcotics. Yourdrupcbtivilt Sunday School Class with a parly j at her home Monday evening.! There were twelve boys and girls ] present. Among those won prizos in the contests were Anna Sue, Watkins. Nelly Williams, Billy Trainor, Junior Ciaskins, J. W. and Mary Ellen Belt. Bargains for Friday, Saturdayand Monde y OLD TRUTH It's strange how many simple truths the world forgets ami has to discover all over again. One is that it pays lo buy n suit of clothes you 'can trust. J-lai-tSchafl'ncr& Marx make that kind of clothes. New Mead Ciollnng Co. Swift Premium, Center Slices, li), 22^c, Half or Whole, Pound BEEF ROAST NECK BONES Lb. Wisconsin ,„. 15' SAUSAGE ..... M PURE LARD Lb. SPARE RIB Lh. 6! Baltimore Pints MACKEREL Egch t 2 Good Quality, Sn Piece Finest Legs Ib. 22& Branded Chops ib. 22^e Shoulder ib, ISc, Stew pound Toilet Tissue Ciifton 650 Sheets EVEREADY FLASHLIGHT c - Hospital Notes L Admitted io the Blythcvillc hospital: Henry Bricc Layson, city; Kenneth, city; John Calhoun, Leachville. -. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY IfEATLY furnished bedroom for ... ladies or . couple. Will share kilchen, references exchanged. JS06 Chic. Avc. . 4p-k8 The Popular Nc\v "Swirl" PERMANENT Fully Guaranteed ELAINE BKAUTY SHOI' Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Qt. 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