The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 16, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 16, 1932
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TWO. "(ARK.) COURIER NEWS SodctyCatendai ; Wednetday The .Central P, T. A. sponsoring a play *t' the city auditorium. . Mrs. Dalton. Henderson, entertaining Wednesday Contract club. Delphlans meeting at Hotel No, ble al 9-a; m. • ' Cthlral.p. T. A. meeting at 3:30 Jeirish Ladies Aid society meeting in Osceola at home of Mrs. ii. K. Harwarg ,wlth Mrs. Rose Goldterg also hostess. Thursday . Prayer meeting of Woman's auxiliary in First Presbyterian church at home of Mrs. C. M. Gray. .Mrs, Rives Allen is entertaining with afternoon bridge at 2:J5 o'clock, and night bridge party at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Wyatt Henley •cnlcrlalntng Thursday Rook club. The Central P. T. A. sponsoring a play at the city auditorium. . Mrs. Russell Phillips hostess to Thursday Luncheon club. Mid-Week Bridge club meeting wilh Mrs. A, Conway. Rho, ^Alpha chapter of Sigma titfcn Alpha sorority meeting at fotel Noble. Women of Church of Christ meeting .with Mrs. Buford Martin. ;PMclIs Sunday, school .class of First' Baptist chiirch rrieeiing wilh Mrs. Ira Crawford, 1234 Holly st. Friday 'Prdj-er meeting of Woman's auxiliary jn.'Flrst'Presbyterlan 'church at. home of Mrs. B'. R; Aljen. ..Miss 1 Mary raizatelh Bofum is havirig trie .Modern PriscIIIa club ,:Mus!C department of Woman's club 'meeting with Mrs. George M.'jtee with Mrs. Neill Reed also hostess. Mrs. C. W. Garrigari nnd Mrs. Randolph Smith entertaining vvitii bridge party at Woman's club. > Sunday Woman's club' sponsoring musical at First Baptist church.. . Have Program 8 . At the Delphian meeting this morning Mrs. G. G. Caudill was leader of a program on "Roman Stories featuring Cupid and Psyche. In/her Introduction she said that Apuleius 1 story is one which heeds no leariwd comments now does it require any fatiguing labor to read its narrative. Mrs. W. T. Oberst, In discussing the writer of the Metamorphoses, displayed a copy published In 1752 and also told of the, education and 1 career - : of Apuleius. "The Age as Reflected tn Meta>. iiiorphoses" was taken up by Mrs." C. W. Afflick who gave the plan of the story and told of the different artists who portrayed < Ilc story. A brief outltr.o of the plot ol the story of Cupid and Psyche and the . three factors responsible for Psyche's troubles were given by Mrs. Otto Kochtitzky. Morris' story of Cupid and Psycho, written. 17 centuries later, was .told by Mrs. J. R. Steadmsn. The descriptive passages were, read and !l was found lhat Morris's story was more descriptive . than was Apuleius nnd that the psychology of life had changed In this time. • * * Officers Installed. Mrs. N. B. Menard was ol;cleJ president of the senior high school Parent-Teacher association in s meeting Tuesday afternoon. Oth;r officers Inslallcd were: Mrs. J. D. Barksdale, vie: president; Mrs. G-icrge W. Dillahunty, secretary; Mrs. G. G. Hubbard, treasurer. Mrs. B. A. Lynch was in charge- of the service. It was announced that tro group will sponsor benefit shows at the Ritz tr.eatre November 29 and 29 when "Air Mail," featuring Pat O'Brien, will be sY.own. Mrs. \v. A. DDbyns was l;ad?r of the program rnada up of those iiumbers: invocation, the Rev. Marsh M. Callaway; report of slab convention, Miss Rosa M. Hardy and Mrs. Menard; song, girls' gle2 club, c*irccted by Miss Selma Lcniz: dramatization cf .favorite characters of bbqks/pupiU of Mis-, Luna B. Wilheim's English clas? In.ob- serving National Book week. • '•*-.* *' tahjc P.'. T. A; Installs Officers. .- Miss Willie A. Lav;son, countv superintendent, conducted the i n Lan?e meeting Tuesday afternoon. Thcv are: Mrs. R. N. Ware jr., prcsi". dent; 7/rs. j. E. Critz. first vice president; Mrs. E. E. Hardin. second vice president: Miss Gladys Hardin, secretary; .Mrs. Thurman Atkias, treasurer; Mrs. Ann Clements Rimer, historian. It-was announced'that Mr. and " Mrs. 'A.' Conway have presented the school, : an Or'thophonlc vic- tiola, in a larc.V cabinet wilh holders -for' tiled- records." -Miss Oliza- beth Halsto'ad was appointed to purchase appropriate records. Plans were made for having n rest room • in-th? school Rtid to purchase an emergency kit. The group voted a sum of i.. ,'• .to be used for the purchase c: ; . : books for the library. Th=r. dollar, won by Miss Hard. : tr.'e room for having the most v: ,rh6thcrs preserit, will go to a radio 'fund of this room. ~,V-:-_'For the program Mrs. H. A. . "".."" '. ... »poXc on "Books icr .Childrth." Four pupils, Carolec G?f\|UG ATTIRE ^ STORMY N!GHT£> BRIGHT RtD AND THE TROUSERS Of NW/X BLUE. n,or.ATr- "Lf EPIMG PAJAMAS DIRECTLV BELOW ARE Of Fimimt IN 6W FEPPERHlNT STRIPES. THE SEATED FIGURE, BELCW. WEAR? A WARM ROBE OF SCARLET ' fLMHtl, PIPED AT THE EPGESIN BlUf. 'afe,d cliarnclors from favorite books. Mrs. C. W. Afllick reported the recent child welfare "meeting in Joriesboro. .The. -president's message was read by Mrs! Ware. Mrs Iridsc Party Clarenca Vollmcr was host- nark-Scott. Miss Mildred Scott, of Manila or a bridgo party. In .the five progressions Mrs. W. i ficlnlcd. J. Pollard won hosiery for first j nnd Vcrn Clark, of L'ashvlllc, Vcre united in marriage Saturday by Justice c. H. Garner. * • • Jacksin-Prince. The marriage of Miss Pauline Prince and Jesse Jackson, both of this city,; occurred Sunday. The J Ihe First Presbyterian c'r.urch, of- Honors, low score prize, pottery, wfht £o \V. H. Minyard and Mrs. Quy Jarrait, of Vicksburg, Miss., guest of Mrs. Farnsworth Black, was presented wall plaques. A' limn fish salmi was served with potato chips, cookies and coffee. * * * Guests at Club V,?sd«mes J. S. Gescll, T. J. Jrmvder, H. M. Atkinson, B. M. Matthews, Lee Armstrong. Tom W. llallard-Jordan. Miss Elizabeth Jordan, of this cily, and James .c. BallarU, of Biownsvllle, Tenn., were married here Saturday. The service was lead by the Rev. J. BlufTord Cald- Stone-Eaves. Mrs. Lucy Stone, both of ves and Georgt Hayti, Mo., were aews, ee nnsrong. Tom W. „ Jusllcc Jacksun and w. S. Lnngrlon ivcro united in marriage here Saturday Alexander. quests of Mrs. Ramsey Duncan for the Tuesday Rook club party. Pumpkin pie topped with whlp- [)!d cr,3am. cheese balls nnd coffee was served late In the afternoon. * * , Cemetery Ass'n Will Have Cemetery Cleaned Plans for cleaning Maple Grove :cmctery were made al a moet- 'ng of th.3 nssccinlion Tuesday af- '.crnoon at Ihe home of Mrs. J. D. Baiktdnle. This projccl will .be the only improvement made until ifter Christmas. II was voted not to meet again unlll January. Sandwiches, coke and coffee was served in a brief social hour. Oluh Meets . Mrs. J. Nick Thomas had the Tuesday Contract club at the hcmc of her daughter, Mrs. Hu- Oidest M.irried C'cuplc BELLVUE, Col. (UP) — Larimer county's oldest married couple- Mr, and Mrs. T. W. Swatman— celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary here ,recently. The couple, who have • lived for the last 12 years at Bcllvue. were married In 1887 at Sidney, Iowa. Mrs. Swatman was 82 on Oct. 4, and her young husband had his 84th birthday last Feb. 21. Rr-finrry May lie Built SHASHONI, Wyo. (UP) — Con- truction of a refinery at Shoshoni nmj- result from the construction of a projected pipeline from the Maverick oil field to here, accord- Ing to reports current line. Representatives of one of the large oli companies were reported lo have checked previous surveys for with Ihe members in the five professions. Lingerie v.-ns awarded Mrs. Hunlsr C. Sims for the prize. A chicken salad was served wilh rolls, sandwiches pickles and cof- Jce. • • • lias Club The Young Malrcns Bridge club ir-.ol with Mrs. W. C. llleeinson Ti-?sday afternoon for the weekly bridge pome. Mrs. Max B. Reiil won the prize, hosiery. The hostess served a salad plate with coffee. • » • I'rrry-Gllliand. The marriage of Miss L;rin- Gii- liand and Rcrnore P,?rry. bnth of Cooler. Mo., was solcninix.rd her 1 Friday. The Rev. Marsh M. Cilia- ry, pastor.of the First S'i-c;-by Beware the Cough or Cold that Hangs On Pcr.'ijiCTil cauths and cnlcls Iwrf to (crkius ironble. \ou slop them now Kilh^CTcomnlsioti, bn enuihificd crcos->lQ thai is jilcisint (3 take. Crcomulsion ii a ncir rntdical disco'rcrj- willitwo-(oUjc- t'ron; it soothts and nnU the inftamOti incinlir.-incs and iniiihiu germ growth. ^Of all known dnips, croiyoto is rrcnfr- tihci by. high mriital-autliorilicaason'o w Ine greatest hcaliiiR agencies for per- 8iMcnl cougln and coWs ami oilirr formi I oi throat trouble*.Crcomulsion cnniain!, in addition lo creosote, otherlic.ilingcte- nwnts which foflllio and lical llw infcclcd iwmbrrincsanclstopthcirriimionaniliii- mmmation, \«Tiil«llic creosote dws on to llicslnm.ich, is absorbed inin iho |,] vice. clnirch, said tho ring ser- Kclly-Morclanil. The marriage Morelanrt. «[ Kai Kelly. all .irks Ihe jfjt of Ihe trouble nrtcf checks the s:ro\vlli of I ho gcmis. _ Cicomulfioniseoaranlcedfali'fndory in Ihe Ircairacnl of persiMenl coiiglis arid ssllima, lirourJiilis and o<ner forms of rospiralory <lisca:c«,anil I cougl! orcold, no matter of howlongstam? ^•Ky&a/U. W. Moore, Wynemla Mc-l) n th^cltv"H-n!r, W "'. 1! '" - co;lrKci ™ Ug '' orcol ''' riomallcrC)(1 «' w| onKstani ^gj«, ^ C.. 0,^ t^fi^^^^ ^SMyt^rk? Bits oj Nevs Mostly Personal Mrs. G ,H. Groar and daughter Miss Kalhryn, will B0 lo Mem- Phis lomorrow where Miss Grear will remain until Sunday. Mrs Gryir plans to relurn about PrJ-' day. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bennett and son, Raymond, will spend the weekend in Memphis where they will altcnd the wedding of Mr. Bennett's sister Salurday evening Mr. and Mrs. John Webb arid r. »nd Mrs. W. A. Plckard mot- 1 ored to Kennett, Mo., where they siwnt the day with Mr. and Mrs Bob Wllks, Mr. Wilks, who was Injured In an automobile wreck Friday, is irnprovlng but is yet confined to hlis bed, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Owen ark! family, of Woodland, Miss., have moved to this cily and an; residing in the former Rushing residence on Wulnut street. Mr. Owen is n brother of Or. w. M.Owen, of Annbrel,. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bray spent Monuay in Memphis. Beebe Culp, of Camden, Ark., Is the guest of his son, Horace T. Gulp, and Mrs. Culp. He has been seriously 111 and will jgo to Memphis for treatment wriM here. He is now much improved. * . Misses Cordelia and Josephine Wilhlte have gone t& St. Louis for a ten days stay. Louis Greene, who has been quite III, Is now able to be up. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Alexander have moved to 901 Walnut street. Mrs. N. Johns, who has beeri critically 111 following a stroke of Paralysis Friday, is slightly Improved today. . Mrs. M. T. Mooii and daughter, Mrs. J, Cecil Lowe, and sdrvJlm- mfe, spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Dora Wright has gone to Trirhble, Tenn., for a month's stay with her mother. The condition of Joe D. Nnbers. Who is at the Veterans hospital In Memphis because of Injuries received when his car was struck by a train Friday, is no better today. However, physicians believe lie will recover. Hayti Society—Personal .WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER i c Porlagovllifl, was here Friday vls- 'llng friends. Mr. Adams assisted ei'. E. G. Wallcer In a Baptist iicellnff here a few weeks ago. He had charge of the singing. Mr. Adams is gaining popularity as an cvangellstls singer in this part, of the state and in northeast Arkansas. ' . Mrs. S. P. Gates and daughter Eileen shopped •in Kennett Satur- duy afternoon. Wayne County Airport and grounded with a perfect thrce- point landbiB. Her father acted as ,*>5 No. 8 and Vicinity Rev,; J. B. Copeland delivered a fine scimon Sunday nt Number Eight. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Woodard ami children spent Sunday in the home of Mrs. A. F. Evans. . Charlie Clark has purchased 40 acres of land three miles north of Cooler, on the grnvcl road. •Mr. and Mrs. Elite Hail have moved from Point Pleasant to Number Eight. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jesse Gibson of near Gosnell siwnt Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. V. T. Hullc. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson have moved from Number Eiht to a [arm near Blythevllk;, which they will operate next year. Mr. and Mrs. Berl Pennington have moved from Caraway, Ark., to Mrs. Pennington's father's farm on Oak Itidge. HospHai Notei Admitted to the Blylrcvlllc hospital: Cletus Klines, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Cecil D2en, cily; Miss Fusi- nic Lee Hallow, city; Mrs. Frank Sawyer, city. Hlnklc Statlcr, of Cape Girard?au ivns here Friday visiting friemLs, Mr. Statlcr was 11 member of the Hayti faculty last ycni nnd lias many friends here, Miss Mary Catherine Ravenstein and Sterling Duncan, who are attending Central College nt Fay- ettc, Mo., spent the weekend here visiting th»ir parents, Mr. and Mrs P. S. Ravenstein and Judge and Mrs. J. E. Duncan. •Joe jaffec or Mcmpnis, Tenn. spent the weekend KOTO with his wife and small son Edward Duncan. Dr. Bo;i Dent of this city, spent the weekend in Memphis with relatives. Dr. Dent was a resident of Memphis before coming here In Auciist. Mrs. A. o. Afen is confined to her room with influenza whicl seems to be raging in this community. Messrs. John Evans and Jerry Spalding cf Toronto, Ont., stopp«l over here Friday while enroute lo Now Orleans, La. The young men who are planning a (rip to South America, left Hayll Tuesday. •;.; Mr. find Mrs. Harry Sisgerman of Blytheville, Ark., were here Sunday evening visiting Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Barkovitz. Miss Belle Wigdor of Charleston was here Monday visiting |yr rislcr, Mrs. Joi Kohn. Joe Wayne Cnrncs, Russell I,e- Ncnr, Johnnie Greer nnd Lchnd I'oltner of Senath were here Sunday evening visititii; friends. Mr. Grecr is a former resident of tliis city. Miss Hollle Blackard of this cily and Bruce Fisher of Carulhers- ville attended the dance at Steele Friday evening. Miss Mary Sue Rhodes, who te attending St. Aqnps academy at Memphis, spent the weekend hero . visiting her parents, Dr. and Mra JJ. W. Rhodes. William Kliouric of Stcete, Pliil- ip ITnmrn Jr.. and Misses Pauline and Helen Hamra of Carutliers- ville -were here Sunday evening visiting the former's mother, Mrs. Wnlf Khourie. . Miss Christine Harmon, who --rias been hero; since last Wednesday visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Harmon, returned Sunday lo Springfield, -.Mo., where she is altending Springfield Teachers college. Mrs. J. E. Duncan, who' has been confined to lier room with an attack of infiuen/^i. Is able to be up now. :Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Campbell and children Monone aiid Johnnie Sherril were in Steele Sunday visitlm; their parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Wiley Davis and Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Brittinn. ';p.liss Anna Mac Khourie was In' Caruthersvillc Monday visiting hor] sister Miss Edna Klmuric. I Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Holt of- Bragg Cily were here Sunday vis-1 Iting Mrs. Holt's parents Mr. nndi Mrs. Doc Hedge. I . Mr. and Mrs. L. V. McDonald motored to Kcnnotl Sunday afternoon and visited friends. Billy Hopkins of Cliaffco spent the weekend hero with his grandmother, Mrs. D. B. Hayes, and grandson. Rodney Brasher. Frank Adams, who is assisting | in n'Baptist revival meeting all Play Tofiight Will Help P. T. A. Pay For School Lights Proceeds frem the [>!ay to bo presented Wednesday and Thursday evenings at the city hall by the Cantral Ward P. T. A. will be used to finish paying for the electric lighU recently installed In tin central school. -Till- building had never been wired and through the P. T. A. and tlia local school board the students now hnvc correct lighting. The play "Hot Tamale I/ind" is directed by Miss Ola Bob Harris, dancing teacher. Tra cast of characters includes 100 children with choruses of 80, and Miss Harris' special dance pupils will also present specialties. Ths play is an exciting story of a bull right and a love affair stiiged in old Mexico. The costumes will be Mexican, Spanish and Indian, nil in vivid colors which will add to the setting. The seven choruses will danco and sing as the background for tte 20 characters "who will pri^senl Ihe theme of the performance. The show starts each evening at 8 o'clock, . Planes Got Election Results by Radio CHICAGO. (UP)— For tlu flril time in history, afrplan? passengers knew tre results of the presidential election as soon n's people on the ground. The United Air Liues broadcast [he election results la pilots of 14 mail-passenger plan;s Hying election night on it.s coi'.st- to-ccast nnd other routes. The election results were phor.?c! up from the closest ground n>.::io station to the plane over Ih; two- way radiophone set-up ami trie stewardess, or the male, relayed the results to the passengers. "HOT TAMALE LAND" Musical Comedy to be pi-fsi-nlcd and 8 I 1 . M., C'ity Audiloi'iin'ii Kcnotil Central Ward 1'. T. A. Directed by Ola );„], Harris Aflni. ]5 and Sfw- 17-Year-Old Gir! • Makes First Solo Flight DETROIT (UP)-With only ssvcn hours' flying instruction, Margaret Spitz, n-year-oli! girl, niad3 her first solo flight here. The girl flew her father's cabin plane -in her first flight alona. She took oft after taxi-ing ov^r a M in-drenched 'field, circled the BAMN6 POWDER • T«Mi'>ove In using KC. Use only h*lf o> much oj Is roqutred DoutfeActfonf MIUIONS.OF POUNDS USED aY OUR GOVERNMENT 1 Never Cough More Than Once "At the First cough I take n swallow of Thoxine and in 15 minutes my cough is gone--I wouldn't be without Thosinr. it's wonderful for the children tco." Thoxinc— that's a nam? to remember. A safe, pleasant-to-take prescription, not a C5u?h syrilj). H is guaranteed to quickly relievo coughs, colds and arc throat,—:r your money back. 35c. Kirby Bros. Drug Co. and all other good drug stores.—Adv. 3. 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