The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1932 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 10, 1932
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'PAGE TWO DLYTHEVILLV THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10 1<W i ' • — ... _ t- Y" Society Calcndaj Friday Fellowship supper at First •Melli- bdlst church at 6:30 ' P. M. Dorcas Sunday school class of First Baptist church meeting with Mrs. T. R. Shepherd. on Franklin at 7:30 P. M. American Legion.Auxiliary meet- Ing with Mrs. Nolll Reed with Mrs. R. P. Paddison also hostess. K rut r- Hears. Mr. and Mrs. Hurry S. Hearn announce the marriage, of their daughter, Mattle Pearl, to Mr. Raymond Krulz, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Krutz, of Yflrbro. The wedding was solemnized nt Caruthers- vllle, Mo., Wednesday, November 2nd, Justice \V. W. Oorbott saying tile ceremony. The attractive bride, who is a member of a pioneer' family of this city, s-as a junior in high school. The bridegroom, who formerly attended school 'Sere. \vas a senior at the Holland, Mo., high schcol. They will mhke tlisir home 'with Mr. Krutz's parents. * • * Given Surprise Party. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Mtuiatt whose birthdays fall on the same <iay, TCK given a surprise partj last evening by soms of their neighbors who remembered the occasion . Mayor and Mrs. Neill Reed, Mr and Mrs. Addlson Smith, Mr. an-' Mrs. Marion Williams, Mr. and . Mrs. John Meyers made up the party. Thsv took .their stipiwr which was served cafeteria fashion. I^erioa Ani'y Will Have Flag Button Sale , Mrs. Fioyd , White, chalrmnn of the child welfare committee of the American • Legion auxiliary, has announced the annual fliig sale will be held |h?ro Saturday. Funds derived from this source aio used for child welfare work. ?3 each as prizes. Several others have averaged nearly 50 per cent. Mrs. Howard Proctor, president, presided In the business meeting. It was reported that 18 members were subscribers (o ihe Child Wal- f*rc magazine. Mrs. Znl B, Harrl- Eon, Jlnattcc chairman, imparted the carnival and rummage sales helj tais.ycar .which have netted Lie yroup over $200. A large part. 31 tliLs «-Jll be used to pay tuition Jor students the group is sponsoring. The next project js a Dingo party to be hold on Thanksgiving tvc. The-executive committee re-commanded- thai a dollar prize bo given to the room having tho test safety program for encn seniMtcr and that the "safe and snno" Hallowe'en carnival be an annual event. The dollar prize for Attendance ivent (o'MIss Attack's room. Mrs. A. M. Washburn was elected a delegate to the state P. T. A. convention in Little Keck this week, it was announced by the ixoeuth'e committee. Mrs. Sllckmoii's roan wan tho prize ni the county coimcil meeting recently lor having the most mothers present, it, was announced. Delegates who altende:! the council Hireling spate briefly of the program speakers. For the program ((lie Mothers' chorus sang a numbsr, "Oh For Wings," Mrs. n. A . Smith, librarian and chairman of children's ...... -.. on good reading" by a playlet, Fran- mi, , ° plllycd a " lima "'o "Magnolia Blossoms," Charles Woo:i told ° au rea<i rs and One-fourth goes to' the stafq 'derailment child welfare fund and three-fourths is kept by Hie local unit tor its welfare fund. • This winter the welfare program of the American Legion nnd its auxiliary will be a large one and it is the hope of the unit that the button sale will rea!i?£>;a substantial amount to bo used in this manner. Thejiirst flog button sale was held in 1921. At first tiny American flags- were used but in 1925 the . Miss Monta m,gl lra . stl;dM s served refreshments. 1 ' ' *r.iycr Sen Ices Concluded Tho special prayer services by the woman's mlssion- of the First MethcS- 1st church ;this week, 'were' con- eluded Wednesday afternoon Mrs. C. W. Cothran, n personal Irfc-nd of -the lute Miss Esther Case, was In >charge of a program commemorating Miss Case the first Arkansas girUtp go to n foreign missionary field'. -for the Methodist ;church. " Mrs! c. W. Ciarrlgan was hostess I to (ho Wednesday Contract clubj this week when sl>c entertained Raymond • :JSsr sary, Frei( Sandcfur, Chester Caldwell aud A. T. Cloar. • An Italian pottery ash tray went to Mrs; -Ultcy D. Jones for high score wncps l'io members and "the guest pria>, n'Fostorl* bowl, wan received by Mrs. Essary. •• A cheese loaf, fruit cake topped with wliipp-.u 1 cream and coffee was served the 12 present. Junior High Itcom Entertains Mothers. Pupils of Miss Veida Adccck's vo'om in Junior high sehoal entertained Iheir mothers yesterday afternoon prior to (tie P. T. A. meeting. A musical program was given In the music room of the Junior high building anj in n brief social half hour sandwiches and cold drinks were- served. There » r er? 14 mothers present. Williams-Foreman Announcement has toen made of th» inaniagc lot Miss Mnbel Foreman mid Marvin Williams, both of this city. Justice E. D. Walker performed the ceremony last Saturday. Club Has Guests Wljen Mrs. James If. Bell was hostess to the Wednesday Bridge c)ub this week slio also entertained Mesdames J. A. Baldwin, Bill Dolan, Matt Mnnaghan Jr., and 6. W. McCulchen. High score prize, j a, rubberized bath' mat, went to Mrs. Harry Kir by. A salnd plate was fccrrcd with coffpe after five progressions. The refreshment tables were decorated with bcutjucts of chrysanthemums. CaUwell-Mull Miss Maudl.a Mull and Melvln A. Caldwell, both of here, were nmrried /last Saturday by tho Hev. E. K. Lntmicr, pastor Of the First Christian church. Mrs. J. D. Booker has returned from Canuhcrsvllle where she, vis- ted Mr. and Mrs. O. D Burk >?" MrS ' °- L ' Averill,' of l, Mo., were in the city y^ter- Mr$ c. J. Johnson of Hayti Mo., shopped here yesterday Mis.-Elmo Hoc am! her. nurse MISS Beddfe Joyner, of ' are visiting Mrs. Rc* s .^iiiuuiai, ^macil. t i* t Mrs. w. L. Horner tolri of thn Ewlia school iu Korea nnd of the building to be ejected there -.with .... .... s ,- „. ,.^ ^ lunas given by missionary sod-; Herndon. of Lepanto, and H. R. CllPS tnlc ivnntr A iinvf n9 4.i-'_ t i-i-n! _* »- n __ . . . LoRan-Claylun A maiTlr.BC license has beeri issued to Miss Audrey Clayton and Charles Logan, both of this city Hcll.Hcriiiion 1'Ac marriage o'f Miss bllfe Bits of News Mostly Personal ; Red Cross Must Have Public Support If it Is To Fulfill Its Task. who is able to tnke out membership, as a good citizen and patriot, fhould do so." baby, of ^Paragould, have moved here. - Mr. Mack Is employed at lilg Lake on the government work. Mr. ana Mrs. P. N. LuttreJl had as their guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Luttrell, of Covington Tcnn. j Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Houchlns arrived last nlglil from Liltta Hock They are to make itlicir home, here. With a realization of tr.e i»- Thc Rev. Marsh M. Callaway l creas - (1 responsibility of the Am- nr.d Jifty Walton 'returned last• cl 'lcan Red Cross In th? last year night from Little Rock where they! nn(l ln e knowledge that the organ- attended Arkansas Presbytery.; Ballon is facing Its bustot winter The Rev. Mr. Cutaway | was re-' sinc c World war days, local lead- turning from Conway wherci he: crs MC taking an unusually activ; conducted a ten days evangelistic: ! >:irt fn tha membcrsliip campaign, service. . Tllc annual Roll Call will close Osceola Society— Personal Thc School Improvement associ- ' —-••"« *f*tUUY, . are cnroute to v ' Memphis where they will reside. Miss Opal Powell has returned rom Memphis where 'she spent the weekend. ' ">*•"' Ord Marshall, of Marked Tree was here £?6terday. , Mr. and Mrs, o. O. Tuckr-r of Pace, Miss., attended to business here yesterday. They formerly resided In this city. Mrs, W. B. Tanner has returned from the Bemphis Baptist hospital where she received treatment for a KirJt. She is now convalescing at the home of her [parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahan. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kleuan and family have moved to the former Tom A. Little 'residenca on' Holly street. • ; '".•.. i W. B. Tanner Is expected to/r!-' turn today 1 from n business'trip to Helena.' Hq wont over Tuesday Mr. 'and .Mrs. W. M. Mckohzie aud family have moved to the E. D. eiUen home on Holly Street. 5am Th,omas lias returned from :verai 'days visit in Memphis'::'.-., Mrs. O. 1 b. Gariske, Mrs. Ham Lewis - and daughter, Miss Carmen; and Mrs. Lendcnnle Fowler spent yesterday In. Memphis, j Mr., arid, 1 Mrs. L. L. Ward'were in Memphis yesterday. . • ; Mrs: H. O.'Smith-returned, yes-; terday from Kennett, Mo., where, she . visited iier son, John Smitlli Mr. arid Mrs. J: A. (Waterman and Mrs. John F. Lentl spent j'rss- terday in Memphis. Mrs. .'Edgar Herrlck and Mrs! Edwin Robinson were in Mem- .phis Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs.-Donald Mack and Mrs. Joe Watson of Caruthcrs- \llle Is visiting relatives for a few days. Thanksgiving Day, November 24. ation of the Scr.ool met in Die school building Wednesday nt- tcrncon with :'o memccrs present. A program un "Cnaracter in Education" was led by Mrs. J. w. Ed- nngton. five new members joined the organization and Mrs. Kute Chls?n- liall was elected treasurer, when Mrs. Justus Edrington, who nas been serving as tolli secretary and ueusuiti 1 , t.sked that tile two offices be separat«l. Announcement, was mate that the dramatic club of the school will J. T. lihoades chairman of tin gram committee, W. M 3l'vv« i chairman of literature "and Mrs C E. Welch, director of the' riri- 1 ' Auxiliary. i:> Mrs. F. P. Jncobs ana Mrs t W. Edringtwi will go to BJyt.^vjii.,' I Friday to a meeting of the Am •>'>•'" lean Legion Auxiliary wi, m „'.,' , for that organization's p ar ' ,' launching the McGavock Gricl- memorial will be made. Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jacksw v .,,,, to Chicago today for a short viiji' with Mrs. Jackson's parents, M.. Hospital Notes Admitted: W. r. Bouets, Kx inaincli. J. M. Rio-.vbridge, St:el;, •MO.; Mrs. Mary J. Durg?. city. | Discharged: Baby Smith, city; Elmer Baltics, Armorel. J. A. Waterman, who is dirsct-1 I ing the noil Call this yoar. issued | a statement today emphasizing the j , importance of the community's sup-1 I port to the Red Cross during th3 j. present a program at 1 o'clock Friday altei'noon In the school assembly The statement . , enrollment, perlcd. 0 ° s: "This year the economic cnur- ' neons Bibl; study lesson. Fllteeu were present. ])OJ) , C Ol Mrs 0 _ E _ i George Edrliigton led the aftcr- ' School at Half Moon .Will Reopen Monday SCHOOL AT HALF-MOON—14 ,.. The Half 'Moon school will open Monday, November 14, after having been closed picking; season. • for the cotton Dogwood Child Dies Funeral services were held Wcd- r.:f>clay morning at Sandy Ridge cemetery for the infant 'son of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith who succumbed-.Tu'esduy . at the family home in the Dogwood Ridge [community south of BIythevllle. The Cobb Undertaking company was in .charge "of-funeral arrangements. / -. . . "• lenils special importance f! members tbe annual Roll Call, or m:;nb?r- ship campaign of the American j •!„,, Methodist Woman's Mission- Red Cross. | nr y society met Monday afternoon "The Red Cross Is the recognized j in church parlors, tor the rcj- relief agency throughout the na-Jumr mission study lesson whlcn was tlpn. It Is chartered by Congress, [led by Mrs. P. A. Hoivse. heaciad by the president , and Mrs. L. L. vandenwt, \vnii',. there, they will yo Saturday t", South Bend, Ind., to attend ii>, Northwestern University - .Not,'", Dame football game. Prof. DeWitt Laird cf th 3 Citizens school is confined 10 his .-com vlth influenza and uualjb ti attend school today. Mr. a,nd Mrs. F. L. Phlpps of Osceola and Mr. and Mr;. Rufus Branch of Pecan Point ivill go to Nashville Saturday to alt;arl the Vanderbilt-University cf T-MI->»'-« football game. ........ County Agent S. D. c.irp;nt»r of Osceola and Miss Cora L?? Col-man, home demonstration M.-m of Blythoville, wcnt ^ Mai . Janu:| terday to a demonstration in n.-jt cutting and curing given b- MI- tate live s^k" pKlX: First Carload «f. Honey RONAN, Mont. tUP)—Tho first carload of strained lioney to to .„ „.,.. ^-,,1^,1 ^ u ,,ui unu .•. vmreiy, i shipped from this state to out-of- j of olhar catastrophes have entailed by the president of tr.e United States, and accorded the cooperation of the federal government. In the unemployment crisis it lias borne a great- rcliaf responsibility. It has been the authorized medium far distribution of wh;ac ana cotton to those in need of flour and clothing. Its volunteers have been unstinting ;in devotion to the task of collecting and distributing supplies, and in production o( finished goods from materials. Hundreds of thousands of gardens have been planted fram Red Croso 52M, In 2,200 communities Red Cross chapters have participated in unemployment relief \vork. "To .unemployment have been added 93 disasters calling for Red Cross assistance in the period of one.year. Drouth In the northwest, tornadoes in the southeast, flccds in the central south and a variety, I slate 'for markets left here recently Spokane. Wfish. It container! 3G,CtK) pounds of honey, and was • the carloari of the swest ev-er mighty burdens on the organization, 1 "Our debt of gratitude is great. Our present ami pros|)ectivs.'ds- eties this week. A part of the E'jlU of Manila, occurred here last buttons wero adopted m ; order .to I money will go to ,the school in Saturday. The Rev A J Hill said avoid-any disrespect thnt might Houmn, La. The building to be the ceremony. " come : to the national emblem I erected al-Ewha Is to t^ •through the flags being allowed to fall on the ground and underfoot. Mrs. White will be assisted in the sale :by members of the auxiliary and Miss Mary troop of girl scouts. Outlaw's . ,.- whose /home was nl Bjitesyille, Ark. Miss Carolyn Haley .-sang a solo "Crossing the Bar" in .concluding Smllhson-Spcnctr Miss Fannie Spencer nnd G. Smithson, both of Armorel, were milted in nmrriafe last Saturday by the Rev. J. Blufford Caldwell. j . Hr.vson-I.iH; program. There wera 25 present. An nvcrngc of .126'members'nt- Junior Hish P. T. A. tended the services all <iay Mon- , The marriage of Miss Lois Lcck Ifas large Attendance. day and Tuesday and Wednesday of Caruthersville and Cecil Bryson . As o result of the membership alternoons. ; . , of Pnsco i a , Mo ., took iilacc Ivstc drive now in progress the junior • • ... ; :v I last, Saturday with Justice O. J. r.igh school Parant-Teachir asw- [ K-:n<ir Roll Announced.' ' Walker saylti" the ceremony ciation, at the meeting yei'.-erday, Students on the honor roll of Die | had the largest attendance of the Sudbury elcnicntary scnoal for the i ST LOUIS (UP)-'-Thc dcprcs- year for this group. 'second month nre: ' 4B, Louise! sion was blamed by Ihe citv for n •r«-o rooms Miss Veldn Adcock's. Nichols; 513, Mildred Miiir ami j 5.86 par cant decrease in" water and Mrs. Lloyd SUckmons hay; Fiancis Sutherland; 5A, Alice His-1 consumption during the past 12 each reached the* 100 per cent pa i; er and Eugenia Crawford; CA. BIN ! months. The total used during tliat membership and so were awarded lie Brewer and W. H. Davis. i period was 42383819770 gallons to be individual grower, i pondence is impressive. Everyone Mrs, Schooler was hostess Monday afternoon to members of the Baptist Woman's Missionary Union. Mrs. R. H. Jones, newly elected president, named standing committees for ir.c year. Mrs. P. M. Sangster was nnmcd personal sen-Ice chairman, Mrs. Clyde Cagle, Sunbeam leader, Mrs. J. T. Rho.itos and Mrs. W. H. lieebe a year book committee, Mrs. Build Up Health and Pains Go Away WOMEN who suffer from weakness often bavc .many aches and p-ilns which a stronger slate of hoaJtb would prevent. Women-In this condition should tflkc Carilul, a'purely vegetable tonic tliat has been in 1:30 forovfcr 50 yeara. Take Canlui to ituprbvo Ihe yoneral tone; of "the system In cases-of run- ilpwn'-'heEillh ami "tired " "nerves." "\Vonifrn hnve fo'jrid, "_-ln such cii-soj*, that ^Chnlul "helps then to overcome pains 'amJ.mnfco the 5 monthly perio<ls easier. CARDUI fs.Kife and wholesome-'for women or all nijos. Try U! 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"Nature in the Raw is Seldom MiM"— and raw tobaccos have >io place in cigarettes. No raw tobaccos in Luckies -that's why they're so mild 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 package of mild Luckies

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