The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 18, 1932 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 18, 1932
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PAGE'TWO BLYTIIEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, NQVEMBER18, 1932 .(4 Society Caleridai Woman's club sponsoring musical at First Baptist church. • linje -School Has Frcgram on Books • The Langc elementary school had a program 'yesterday in observance at National Book Week. These numbers were given: poem '.'Land of the Slory Book," Mrs. dairies Odell; Characterizations: C.. D. Ellis. Wyncmla McDonald, Carolee Wood and' U. W. Moore; piano splo, Alice Ware, poem 'The Lib'rary and School" Steven Johns;, playlet "When. Books Speak For Themselves" Martha Ann Fisher, Bobble Rhea, Charles. Odcll, Wallace Norman, Jewel AVnshunvRuby Blackburn', Katharine Hollls, Mar- fafet HoltfMd and Helen James; "Famous...Writers With Birthdays in ^November" Dorothy .Wilson, Trumann Lancaster and Charles Singleton; piano solo, Jean Bmir- lan'd; ''My' Favorite Book" Eu- Hood, LaVonne Luttrcll ami Giirla Martin; play, "students of the fourth grade. : .* . » « • His Clni Parly . At the Thursday Rock club nar- ty-thls week when Mrs. W. D. Hen- lt% was hostess she aho had as has guests M.tsdames M. O. Goodwin. B. M. Matthews, C. J. Little, T.} H. Haynes, -W. F. Brewer, Emma S. Burnev Lee Armstrong and W.t S. Lansdon. .^Chrysanthemums and Thanksgiving tallies \vsrc appropriate for .trip' cominj holiday season. .••The 16 players were served salad and colfec after prqsressions. Glnb-Entertained- ilrs. Russell Phillips entertained, the Tliursday Luncheon clnb when Mrs. W. p. Chamblln jr. vris' the only guest. The luncheoi .table was In keeping with the thanksgiving holiday with a bowl of' fruit for 'the centerpiece and reel, tapsrs placed at each end. Snapdragons were used to decorate; the living room; 'After the serv':ng of UK three ctjiirsa menu . bridge was played, linen pillow slips went to Mrs. Ross D. Hushes for the prize. ;v * "'« « Gneslo at Club : '-Mrs.,H. H. Koucfilns and Mrs. C- W. Cpchtan were guests of the Mid-Week Bridge,club when Mvs. ' Af» Conway was hostess Thursday snirkey' ptace cards"'emphasized the ThanksRiving motif carried oij| in the. "two courss menu. .In the card games Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Mrs. Cochran won prizes.. ' .; * "«* • » Sledy of French Literature Clows • Try? study of French Literature, which has interested members of the Rho Alpha chapter bt the Sigma Epsilon Alpha sorority rccent- ly>. was concluded in a mcelins last night at the Hotel Noble. These French writers were discussed: Lamartine, Miss AHhen Edwards; The Elder Dumas. Mrs. Bemice Jones; Michelet, Miss Elizabeth Blythe; Sainte-Bcuve Beyle, Miss Ro^e Hess; George Sande, Miss.Cora Lee Colemnn; Balzac, Miss Grace Lowery. ^Plans were made for the trip to Jonesbcro Sunday wl-en the local members will be guests o£ '• the Jonesboro club for. .luncheon and a matinee. Have Eible Study •Members, of the Church o! Christ Women's group met with Mrs. Buford Martin Thursday afternoon for .a Bible study. The Rev. C. C. Fuqua led the lesson on "Saul, the First King Over Israel." There were 11 members present. "' | Named To Stale Officers. • 'Several ncrtheast Arkansas members of the Order of the Eastern SUr were cycled officer of the' state group in a meeting of- tile Arkansas grand chapter at Little Rock this • week. Mrs. W. A. Stickmon, wcrthy matron of the Blythcville chapter, represented iiiis group. •Dr. Tucker., of Mbncllc, was ejected associate grand patron; Mis. Flossie Bcwcn. of Lcpanto, grand warder; IMS. S. R. Bojan, of Luxcrn, (jrancl deputy lecturer of district. 15; Mrs. Charles Alford, of Blythcville, grand representative of the state yt New Hampshire. ." * • * EnlcrUilns WIlli Party Fiances McHanny, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. John O. McHaney Jr., was hostess to 20 boys and ghls last evening for n party. Such Barnes as "clock," "Wink," "Chip In and Clap Out" and dancing entertained the young guests, Mrs. McHaney was assisted by her son, Bobbie, in serving sandwiches, olives nnd hot chocolate.! • . • * . Local-U.D.-fi.. Chapter Wins National Award. The Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Con- edcnicy has been awarded U:e Wll- nm Jackson Walker cup for pltic- ng the-greatest number of books n southern history nnd literature vlth the II. D. C. bookplate in a mbllc library. The award was announced yes- crday at the national convention now in session at Memphis. This cup is given each year by Mrs. R. 11. Broyles In nuinory of icr. father. • » • Compl linen Is Visitor. Mrs. Baker L, Wilson was hostess at a luncheon Thursday ^specially complimenting Mrs. w. A.. Weldc- nicycr of Little HocU, who is the hauscguesl of her daughter, Mrs. Neiir.Rccd 1 . Giant yellow nnd bronze chrysanthemums formed a centerpiece for thi luncheon table arranged lor.- a three course . menu. Besides the guest of honor Mes- namc's Reed, W. M. WIlHnms and C. H. Hall and Miss Elizabeth Crews were present. Bils oj News Mostly Personal The Rev. and Mrs. Alfred S. Harwell, Alvln Holly, W. M. Crow nnd J. D. Ualdrldge returned last night from UUb Rock where they attended the Baptist convention. •MrsrM. Fitz-slmmons is In Mem phis for the national U. D .C. convention. ''" W. W. Holllpeter Is convalescing after a two weeks Illness. Mrs. Russell Phillips awl Mrs. Bernard GoDth are! In Osceola today on business. \frs. Goalrey White and daughter, of Osceola, nre guests of Mv. nnd Mvs. A. Conway today. Mrs. Edgur Herrlck and son, Bobble, arc In Memphis today. Mrs. Fanule Leo Bryant of Graysport, Miss., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. 'Mayor ami Mrs. Nelll Reed have ns ihclr guest Mrs. Reed's mother, Mrs. W. A. Weiclemcyer, of Little Rock, who will remain through tlic Thanksgiving holidays. 'Mrs. W. M. Taylor, who broke right arm late Wednesday, is very well at her home. .;Mbs Flossie McKlnnon has gone . to Prague, Okla., for an extended i yJElt with l - .er aunt and uncle, Mr. ad Mrs. A. L. Meeks. Arthur Patton, who has tocn in Icinphls on business, is expected pme tomorrow. JMrs. Paul L. Tlpton had as her guests Tuesday and Wednesday Mrs. s. 1>. Kanws, of Montfibcllo, Cal., Mrs. A. T. Douglas and Mrf Arthur McDrmicI, of Scnath, Mo and Mrs. J. M. Douglas, of Del Ray, Fla. Mrs. Hllcy B. Jones Is loday in Wilson. Mrs. W. A. Stickmon has returned from Little Rock where she attended Iho Eastern Star convention. band, Mr. and Mrs. Joh n W.^ur- ton, Mr. and Mrs. shiuon J. rate, I Lai ry. Holley Bud King,'Mrs. Roy Calvin, Florence Alley, Vcra Kcely, Cailiouti Little, Mrs. J. A. Waterman, J. A. Waterman, Miss Pearl Wilks, Miss Mary Blanche Gay, P. H. Wobb. M. C. Dcnlcy, J. C. Wnlson, Sam A. Wells, Clay Mcil- lin, Earl Mcdlln, E. J- Banter, Will Hyde. C. C. Tucker, Dewcy Martin. Zellner Tliurman, Robert Mr. and Mrs. Lowell 1'osler, Mlfs Edna Ann Sciiull. and Dr. J. P. Vickrey of Bra'gB.iciocIo was a business visitor In this city T.iurEdny. Caruthersville Society—Personal Mrs. Hugh Tistadl entertained (lie Wednesday chili at her horn on Wednesday afternoon, with thre; Inblcs of bridge. The guests ol the club were Mrs. Hattle Med calf, Mrs. Edna IJak-sr and Mrs W. M. Cryslcr. Mrs. Tom Ward received first prize which wns'ppttery and Mrs. Hattle Meicalt received (Contlnucd rrom Pago One) of that. Much of thi: has been spent in Misslssip,,, ..uui.-, ty, and the local chapter has also J ' Mrs T. J. Biirkc, T. J. 3urkc, Lute Huhbard, J. P."Holland, Wil- Eon Kenry, George Henry. Carol Blake-more, O. N. Hawkins, Earl Snider, Jack Bishop, J. R-. Smith, Eddie McGrelon, Maynard Stiles, Tom Jackson, (Jetil Shane, Mrs Cecil Shane, Luuis Cherry, I^r= |j. E. Criiz, C. 3. Lemons, Mis. C. S. Lemons, P. Q. Rorle. C. JollifJ, Ocorgu Henderson, J B. Gill, Mrs. L. M. Moody, B. H. Secoy, Mrs. .M. E. Potter, Hig" /cues, Mrs. Earl Potter, Mr. Browif leo, Mr. Duncan, Billy Gaines, E. D. Ferguson, Mrs. E. D. P'erguson, Mr. Moore, J. C. Ellis, Scott Har- ile, Park Hatchett, Roy Jackson, Arreit Osceola Negro for Assault on Wife OSCEOLA, Ark., Nov. 18.—Will White, negro from the Cliarles Ooieman form west of Osceola, is In county Jail charged with assault to kill his wife, Mandy. Will Is said to have made three nUcmpts to kill his wife while f.:ey were killing hogs at his house Wednesday afternoon, other iijgro^a relieved him first of a bmchcr'knifc. Mien a hatchet and finally a win Chester rifle after a ccuple or s 'cIs fired at Mandy had gone vrllj He will be given a hearing in Justice of (he Peace a. L. \vad- dell's court here tcday. received help from the at times national organization in carrying on Us purely local relief work. New members of tile Red Cross, In addition to those previously listed in this paper, fellow: Homer S. Davis, Mrs. Homer S. Davis, Davis children, Mrs. Ed?av John Ellis, I-1-ert Salita, Mrs. Ward, 11 Ed Rice, Thccdore Logan. A. Con- i way, Mrs. A. Conway, Miss Monta ughes. Hie guest prize, which was a ccm- I Borum, Mrs. Louis Green, C. M. 1'lctc bridge set. At the conclusion | Baxter, Bnker Wilson, Gilicn Fiir- iillurc Co., Jimmy Us'.; Afternoon und Night Bridj-e Parlies. Mrs. ; Rives C. Allen entertained 60 friends Thursday 'afternoon nncl evening In two bridge partlis. She was hostess to seven tables In the afternoon nnd the remaining Biie wire entertained in the evenln For both affairs there was a yellow. color scheme .used with yellow, white and brcnzc?/c'.hrysAnth.e- mum'.s "for 'decoratloriVfti th2 tul- llss and in the serving of refreshments. A miniature singe coach drawn by two turkeys, held the fal- Ibs and the guest drawing '-the card bearing the nam= of John Al dfn received- the cut prize. balls, cranberry Jelly, cheese crackers, date cake topped with whipped cream nnd coffee. In the aiterncon'.-, games Xfrs. Matt Monaglinn jr.. won a pewter sugar and cream sot on a tray for first honors, embroidered pillow slips went to Mrs. Raymond Curlii fcr second honors nud''n poltcrj smoking set was given ifrs. J. Graham Sudbury jr., for the cut prize Mor tlic night party Mrs. O. W McCutcnen won a beaded evenln bag for nrst honors and Mrs. F. B Jcyner a set of lingerie for scconc high. A tissue roll was Miss Mar guerite Matthews' gift for the cu prize. Oiit of town gussls include Mcsdames J. H. Andrews. Joe Wai- son. Jerry Gosscm. J. w. Hazri and Jo; B. Scharmnhorn. of Camlhsrs- ville, Mo., and Mrs: Dirrol Lcs Angeles, Cal. of (the games; Mrs'. Tistadt served licr guest? with a salad course and ! l;0t-cnocblate. : . » » » Nfr. .and Mrs. Sam J. Corbetl sr'., entertained: with a six o'clock dinner at their'.'ijcme on Ferguson a verms '.Wednesday evening, the occasion being trie ; birlh'day 61^ their (laughter, 'Mrs. John W. Burlbn. 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