The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1932 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 23, 1932
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE; <ARK.) couttiEft NEWS Society Calendat . • ' • : • thusday •-.-. Dtnce at Hotel Noble by Young it»rried club. ' P.'E. 'or Luncheon at 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Bits oj Mostly Personal ..'..v.c-i -•:- •••• ; •«••" • ' . Modern PrisclUa club with Miss .'Jane. Branson:' 1 -j'; '.'- l \'~\ Executive board ,• of Woman's i a if vca _ club haying luncheon; in'eclliig at 1 p.- ni.'^followed.'by mcetlng'of en-.lire club at 2:30 o'clock. Entertains Club. ' • Mrs/E.. B. Worsen was a guest ol the. Tuesday, contract club this week when Sirs. 'Floyd Wp.ite had the party. .Hosiery went to Mrs. Harry Klv- . by for the high score prize. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Grecmvell and children will go to Cape Glrardeau, Mo.,.today where they will spend Ihc remainder ol the week with rel- thcre the three ehll- undergo lonsllcctomies. Arcli Lindsay spent Sunday in Little nock. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Hubbard and children, and Mrs, Hubbard's mo- fhcr, Mrs. J. A. Grindell, will spend Icmoirow In Memphis with Mr. ond Mrs. A. E Huntley and Mrs Lou Ecliols. Mr, nnd Mrs. Thomas C. Moor; and son, Jackie, of Long Beacli, __ After nve- progressions refresh-1 Cu ,^ are v | S | t i ng t | K lr parents, ^ .,- , Mr ^ jd M|s D o Moore of Promised Land. Mr. Moore Is a sailor on the D. S. S. Lexington now stationed at. San Pedro, Cal. Mrs. A.L. Boyce, of Wilson, was called to Memphis to be with her cousin, Mrs. E. R. Warnock who is to undergo an operation at the Baptist hospiln! today. Mrs. C. B. Steadman nnd son, Thnnks g| v ing .holidays with Mr. nnd Mrs..J. R. Steadman. iuciits were servd. « • * Altar Society Elects Ometre. .Mrs.'J. F. Lsnti \vas elected president of the altifr society of the Church of-tfce Immaculate Conception In a meeting Monday nfier- ripon.,Mrs. C. C. Wood was nnmeS secretary, and .treasurer. '.Plans were made for a Binge m _ um mm parly--to be held Tuescay ul s ht at AbcrlmUl) . of selmcr, Tenn., will the'Catholic social hall and reports - • _._.-....— i.-i-j...^ were given of- the rummage sale Saturday. To-Have a Prayer Meclinf. . Th'e Christian Endeavor society of the.'First .Presbyterian church will begin the 1 Thanksgiving day with a snnriss. prayer meeting in 'the church. This meeting will be conducted-by' the 1 president, John McDowell and the vice, president, Miss . Doris'; Dubyns. Breakfast will be servecl ttoss. attending. 'A cordial invitation .'is. extended to Ihs young people of the city to attend fhli isrvice and breakfast. • '* * Son Born .Mr..and-Mrs. Carl- L. Davis announce, the birth of R son early this'-morning "at their home In. . .the Wcstbrook apartment on '.Vest Ash street. '. [ilhe,-.-, Baby,: who weighs eight pounds; has been named' CarlV .-{•.Beforc;,'her' marriage Mrs." Divis ijras'.MJss Deraldlne Richardson. and son, Elbert, will go to Cooler, Wo., tomorrow for the -dj»y. . Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer »nd son, Jack, will spend tomorrow »t Wlicatlcy ,Ark., with .relatives ot Mrs, Horner. Among those who will go to Caruthersvlllc tomorrow nlfht for the dance are Misses Sunshine Adams* and Margaret Keclc and Rondel Stephens and J»clt Robinon. E. C. Pallon will spend Thanksgiving in Newport. Miss Anne Morris, who has been In Springfield, Mo., for three months attending a business college, Is here for a.visit with her brother. Harvey Morris, and family, Before going to Little Rock where she Is to be employed. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Langston and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn will spend Thanksgiving at Moreheab Miss., visiting Misses Adele Langston and Sara Nunn who »tt«id college there. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Phillips and Miss Efflc Moore will go to Memphis today to spend the remainder of the week. Dr. and .Mrs. Hunter C. Sims and son went to Moscow and La- Grangc, Tenn.. this afternoon. Dr Sims will return Saturday morh Hunter Moore, mid Miss Rachel i ing and Mrs. Sims and Hunter Jr. . .. Miss Peggy McKcol, wlio attends I Underwood college at St. Charles, Mo., will arrive today to spend he Thanksgiving holiday with 'Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech.. . Mr. and: Mrs. Harry 'Kirby - will KO to Paiagould tomorrow for the day. '.'''•.. Mrs. J. A. Leech. will arrive home oday from Cleveland, Ohio, where tW, M.' S. "Meets ' ,f: Ths vroman's missionary societj 'of the Second'Baptist church me 'Monday-afternoon at the homo'-'o .'Mrs." Clyde Ellis. Thirteen mem •bers attended, Mrs. Ellis was lead ,ei- of the devctionsl with the-sctip- .iture taken,-from Psalmis 100. .The; program subject wa ^Thankfulness. 1 ;. Several mcnibir 'gave thanks for the blessings o th.? past^ycar. Mrs. J. C. Harnlsh :and.''Mrs; .Leslie Moore offered .piayer. Mrs. B. 'A. Morris led the ^mission ' Ir-sson . with "China" the VEUbjpct. Mrs. W.. M. ifcFarland .iaisrnissed-'th'e meeting with a /prayer. . ... . in ..the social hour corn was ipqpped, nuts -.cracked, peanuts '.roasted and marshniaUon-s toasted. she has bee. nvlsitlng relatives-, for giving. ••Ill come back Sunday. • Mr. and Mis. E. p. Woodson and children will spend tomorrow in Memphis. Thiy will be accoBi panled home by Mrs. r Ernest Roe and two daughters who will visit here until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs.: Floyd White will have as their guests tomorrow Mrs. Dick Jones und Mrs. Harry Jones, of Paragould. ••• Miss Winnie Virgil Turner wUl go to Ncwbein, Tenn., for ThanM- month. * ' ' " ' • Mr. and Mrs, 1 Lute Hubbard and Mrs. John W, Snydcr and son, J. P. Holland, went to-Hop- dmtghlcr, Drucy, will ..go to Jonea- joro tomorrow to meet Mr. Sny- dcr, of Centvnlla, Mo., for several days stay with relatives. Missis Margaret Ml.lncr and Mary Ellen Stevens will, go to Oarnlhersvilk tomorrow to -be klnsvillc, Ky:,; today where they will visit relatives for the remainder of the week. Bnrnlns Stew Draw* Crowd SEATTLE (UP)—Maybe the coole went out for an onion but the Sleek 3ociety—Personal 1 ' n - Mr. and Mr*. John Parks, Jr., were in Memphis on business Monlay evening. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Spencer, Mrs. Elwood Browne and Miss Celia Browne shopped in Blythevllle Monday. The first home basketball games of the season were played Friday light'when the Steele high school Bulldogs defeated an alumni team, and a girls alumni team defeated the high school girls. Mr. and' Mrs. Harry Burton are Hie parent* of t daughter, »rn Wednesday of last week. She has been named Patricia Ann. Both mother and child are doing well. Mrs. Ruth Ltwhon and «oa £1- -bert, Jr., and Misses Irene .and Eunice Guthrle attended the lun- eral of their grandmother, Mrs. Martha Mitchell, at Black ' Oak, Ark., Sunday. • Jack Hflnley, Frank Cook »nd the MIsscu OoJda Marshall and Maude Alice Be«sley visited In Memphis Sunday. Mrs. Ruby Pi nits ton spent last Thursday. in Memphis. Mrs. Beryl, Key underwent treatment for^appendicitis in a Memphis hoiplUl'laiit w*ek: --, '. ! UUs MoUle. Lee Bates le^,-)ut Wednesday for-Baton- Rouge,"--La ,': where-the will attend a business college. Her position In - Atty. Roy W. Harper's office -Is' 1 being filled by .Miss Kate Crockett: Mrs. Bailie Johnson ha'd as her guest last .lareek Mrs. T.-S.-'Martin ol CaruthersYiUe. . ; Mr. arid Mrs. C. E. Miller. h-«l as their guest last week Mrs. Miller's sUttr, Miss Elizabeth Marvel of Puxioo. Robert Lawrence Luxora iiociety—Personal Mr, and Mrs. Frank Vollmer visited in Blythevllle Saturday. Mrs. R. S. Ashmore and Mrs Walker Hyde of Osceola and Misse: Margaret and Mildred Richards at tended the theatre in Blythevilli Sunday. Mi;, and Mrs. Alvin Wunderlicl returned Friday from a few day visit wita Mr. Wunderlich's sister MlK Estella Wunderlich, in St Louis. Mrs. Alvin Wunderlich a n daughter Bettye and Olivia Graham visited in Memphis Saturday. Ollv la nnd Bettye are taking dancing lessons in Memphis. Mrs. Charles McDanicls an email son Charles Jean vLsitec friends In Caruthcrsvllle Mondaj Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Bogan re turned Saturday alter a week's vis In Little Rock. • Mrs. G. A. G«orge and ehildre were the-guests of J. A. Sallba ntt Mattock* iteele Play Will Raise Money for Helping Jobless STEELE, Mo. — "The Cheerful iltt," a home talent play, will -be given at the Steele theatre Friday and Saturday nights, Nov- •mber 25 and 2», for the benefit of he unemployed cf this comraun- ty. : . • i .. The p)»y, sponsored by the . city of Steele, Is under the direction of Max Williams, who also takes the leading partj Those who have'seen rehearsals say that it promises, to be the most entertaining home talent production ever given here Vaudeville numbers will be given between the acts. All profits from the production will be used to assist local fam ilies who arc In serious need. 'WEDNESDAY, 'NOVEMBER 23. 1933 ggjmgjjmgjgjj^mgjjg^g^^^^^^^BSjEB^EBC ASK US FOR LATEST STYLE NEWS Are/doyble breasted suits gaining in popularity? ; Victoria News Notes Miss Marguerite Anderson of Reiser spent Sunday nignt with Miss Donnle Ellison. Miss Elizabeth Walker and Misses Kathcrlne and Helen West of Kelser visited in Victoria Sunday. Miss Nell King shopped in Bly- thevllle . Monday. Mrs. E..C. Lewis, Mrs. E. P. Poe and Carl Denis Murphy of Monette are visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. E. guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Saw-1 B0 od old beef stew went up in ver and daughters, Miss Frances, smoke ' during his absence at < nnd will attend the dance. Mr."And Mrs. Berry B.^Brooks jr., of. Memphis, will spend "tomorrow with Mrs. Brooks 1 .; mother, Mrs. AlSn Walton. . Miss Aleece Nelson, who Is a member-of the high school faculty v cl Parkin, Ark., will spend the downtown restaurant. Severa hundred spectators witnessed the stew parly. The only casualty was Hie stew. family of Blythevllle Sunday. I , The Luxora school was enter-' tained Monday morning with.a play given by the first and second year Latin.classes.-.Cast of the play, "A Roman Wedding," Included Vivian Lynch as the brkte and i Edward Wi^an as the. groom. Miss Lois J.U,- Litin teacher was trie spon- titS'^ti . . • • Dr.'and Mrs. Mark Rodgers.and children,of Blytheville were guests Simcfciy :of • Dp-. Rodgers 1 brotliei\ J. W. Rodgers and family.• , Carl Umtleet:and.Mr. and Mrs. T. B. RenfrO'and son T. B. visited Mrs.. Rehfroe's daughter, Miss Ida Mae, who'is in Little Rock. , Miss LouUe Turner returned' Sunday after : a visit with friends in Dyersburg, .Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Palscy ,of Bly thev llle were wee k-end. visitors here. Mrs. J. C. Ellison,and daughter, Miss Dphnte' Ellison, shopped in Blyth«vilie Monday. . ?' Mrs. ' : fl..-E. Matlack will, entertain a-number of -young people', from Reiser and Biytlieville Friday night. give the same-play'in;Manila .in the. near future.. '- >hi. 'C.-B: Woods-Is iU : -with influenza. .will spend Th»nksgi»lng with Miss Gladys Frank, who Is attending college in Murfrcesbcro, Tenn. V Mrs. A. J. Outhric of B!a?k Oak is spending this week .here/with her daughters, Mrs. Ruth liwhr.h and MUsee Irene and Eunice Quthrie. ' ••.'•'•<- "SHAUELESS LAND Australla is sometimes called the "shadeless land." .The leaves of Mrs. B. W. Cooper of Osceola : is her randdaughters, i Margaret, MiWred and. Jane Rich-, ards. . ' • Miss Elsie Evans, formerly of this city but now of Mississippi, is visiting' her . grandparents, Mr., arid MJS. Stanley Evans. Miss ; Eleanor Anderson, director of:the play. "See You Later," which was given here Friday night, will ON YOUR HAMOKEMH1E* MWMLLBW rn Double breasted suits have never be«n more popular. Especially good in Lattice ;Weaves and Checks, Sharkskins arid I Drummonds. In all the regular fitted models or in the English drape. Every man should have one in his wardrobe (unless he's very stout and ' heavy). It's a pleasant change. • - .. ; . 72 SENGH TAILORED DETAILS in every Hart Schaffner & Marx-.siiit '• - . : •. f or :'f all.'-..'.' .y • The soft custom ease that went 'into their highest priced suits last season now : costs you only • to NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO rest of the vrcck with her father, j some of the trees there are so nr- R. A.-Nelson. iiangcd as always to present their r Mr. and-Mrs! E. M. Huffman edges to the sky. - ... • i = t^_ — '— = J : -^~ BLYTHEVILLE ' EYE, EAR, NOSE ANO " THROAT CLINIC Room 210 -. ..... - - DR. J. A. SALIBA Phor c 418 < «T" ''TS^* ,-/' *<%** y% —>i - * J>"1 Gar Tax Revenue Increase '/ HELENA, Mont. (UP)—Although •;October .'receipts from the Mon.. :tana state five-cent gasciin-: tax •were $33,849 greater this year than ; last, revenue from this source rt: ing the first 10 montns of 1932 was ;'nearly'$10,000 less than in 1931 the state bDarj of equalization ha.< reported. The 1531 receipts for the '10.: months' period were $3.?.18,705 .compared to $2,894,334 this yoar. Woman., 87, Never Tired —Takes Iron Daily "I am 87, Eo to church and nt- 'tend parlies and do not gel a bit tired. leal and sleep well, thanks '.to -Vinol Iron tonic." — Mrs. M. :Batdorf. Vinol tastes fine! Klrby Bros. Drug Company. Adv. D-2 CARLOAD OF CAN-F ^/XA,lli! lit FullPack... No Slack Fillirtq Economical- Efficient SAME mtliK AS42 YEARS AG!> 25ounces fbr25^ i- i cton! Just Arrived Best Grade No. 1 Cane Chair Maple Rocker Without Arms Maple Rocker With Arms, Decorated Childs Red Rockers Nice, Large Size , C.D COVtRNME^t .French Permanent- W»v« Guaranteed . EI.AINI-; BEAUTY SHOP Glinxc O!4j. ', FUae 43 FURNITURE GO. THE WAR-WHOOP "Notwre in:the:Rcuo"-?.as par' trayedbyN.C.Wyeth . ..inspired by the blood-curdling yeUs of war-mad savages, whose terboriccruefc? ktid America.'* 1 early settlers in awmrtsnt state * ~ < <r «'--\ «fternr."VaMreintheRuwis ,c9*have no tface in cigarettes. No raw -that's why they'te so 'V177E buy the finest, the very finest VV 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^ arcr then ; given : the benefit of that iliucky Strike 'ptttfr tying prpcessy s-K-s toasted''. why folks in ev«y;City^town and hamlet say-thatiiUickics?arcisuch mild cigarettes. "It's toasted" TWt a»ckw c! mgd 1

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