The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1932 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 22, 1932
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MrtMar S'itt Downing celebrated ,.,-: IMT'• wreath: birthday yesterday „> afternoon-:by having 13 of he A'-Mend*-In "to play'with her. Ttu /f fwits Included Donald Hkkmaii ?.'•-; Ckn^Rpndtl Fields, Doris Adams ; !./pemoe-Adams, Raymond. Bennett • .•'".Louli'tynch, Robert Ann Proctor '-::'• KMT.-Orty, Joe Chandlef, Billy V,. Tiytar, Jlmrnle Allen, Mary Adah ; -•:• HoWnwo and Mary Beryl Down". AIt<* seeing the gills and play' lac Kvqral games the children were «erved sandwiches, drinks and '.; birthday cake, - ' • ; • • • r. T. A. lias Trie* Parent-Teacher assoclallot of t{ie Armors school this year i; cnptuuJitng its social activities as a means of becoming more close • rj related to all citizens of that community who have students 1 tbe phcool. OiM-of ths outstanding features Of Jhe social program this year .was-the entertaining of the Mls- sitsijjpl County Council of Parent- Ttt&ets. In' addition to the Intercslhg profimm arranged for the all daj me«ghf,~ attended by leaders of .educiBbn throughout the county toe Social part was featured In the ntelicious. luncheon served nt •.the SmoreJ hotel, In the courtesy shoi*' 1 by "student committees of that;.«chool and In the liberal do: "'"flfy 'made by women of that 'P. T^A.' _ Eastern Star Mtiaktn'. Have Fatty Members of the local Masonic and Cistern Star order went back to their" school days at the party .last••"night. The 35 -'present W are '<jres»y ,as they remembered being oh p« last day they attended the ilttj«icountry school. Each brought a lunch in a basket .or bucket and "lunHi"! was spread together for TtfrtthrJients. ." The' teacher»was O .C. Dame? who^jxwarded boxes of candy to Mliv~-Benilce Altkcn and Oeorge •W. Barhain for being the "brightest"'pupil* in the room. '*-' ••• • • Ctah'Entertained '• M-ftiames Charles Crlgger Jr.. "Blley'.B. Jones, T. G. Seal and . Dili* 1 Crawford were guests of Mrs," L. OflHln EcUe yesterday afternoon when she also e •tainfij'.the Matinee Bridge club forvljs weekly party. It was decided-, to!hare. ,only ; U|hl 'rafrtsh- inenuVlo'that this '-group may fur- nWi/iipdif • fot^tlfeMiltlfHijt one hlgri;Hf*tiooI ' stu'aeBr'wKp pthrr- wlse'^would be tillable to : attend the private school opening Monday. IB the contract bridge Barnes Mr£ Raymond Curlin von the club prize, a linen lunchco;i set, and' a double deck of cards went to hlrsl Crlgger for high gusft. A, chicken salad, served with nut bread sandwiches, olives and coffee,; refreshed the threo tables of pfcxers. ; • • « Cl»* Meeti T)ic Mid-Week Bridge club had an i afternoon party this week at the- home of Mrs. B. A. Lynch when only the members were pres- enlC The high score prize, llngerk;, went to Mrs. Cecil Shane, lirfy dtomY shr slird cmf»y cm i * • • Fraternity A>IKMD»» Hedfe The Delia Theta chapter of the Kappa Alpha phi fraternity announced today that Charles Cone, ol Canithersvllie. had been pledged )o this chapter. la a meeting last night In the new club rooms over the St. Francis; Drug company, plans were made for a Saint Valentine dance to-be given at tte Woman's club February 11. ! • • • U. D. C. Offers Prizes Various contests which the General Society Unitod Daughters of thej Confederacy have called to the attention of the various individual chapters will no doubt be of interest to stud-jits and members in this city. Two contests open to writers in any; section arc the Freeman prize . of ,»25 for best unpublished story of '-Robert E. Ice, given, by E* DoSglas Freeman of Richmond Va« in honor of his father. Gen W.-B. Freeman, past commander in thief of the United Confederate . Veterans. The Thomas D. Osborne cup, ofrtred by : Mrs. John L. Wood bury. In memory of her father, i member, of the "Orphan Brigade,' for', the best unpublished poem ftiof free verso) founded on some Incident of the war between th( sja|r.3, orcwrying a story of Sout) cm. chivalry or heroism of men i women. Limited - to one thousar worts. Awards offered by the Genera U.'.D. C. through historical divis ioris In each state Include also: J5*mne Fox Weinman Cup—T the. division repoitljiK the rrrst esl-amount of historical work don in schools. IfUUain Jackson Walker Lovfn Cup-Offered by ..Mrs. R. B. Broy Jet,' In. memory Of her father, captain under G«icral N. B. For rest, to the chapter placing th . (creates! number of books o Soifchern history and llteratur .with U. D .O. bookplate In each .In ~«ny public library. .- - > •' • • Ctair-Carrtcao • Aonbuncement hu been mad of 'the .mania* ol .Mks Dorea Ocniw, • -of Woodland Mis G/TV-l£(JPAW/)UP'' r STVli POINTS 3 COME WI6U TWP ?£ A?ON NEWEST WAT. OOUARS 1 HUG THE NECK •EPAUIETS RAISE THE- SKOUIDERS. THE HEW CUFF-BRIM HAT TURNS UP/U'LTHE- WAY ROUWD dHOULOHR CRESTS STAND SHOULDERS. l^&FEATWtR. BOB ENDS LOS EAR.. _ TRl-COLOR. SCARF WRAPS HI6H 'ROUND AHD'ROUWDTHt MEGK. Tenn.;.' fo Mr. A. T. Clear, of this i.ty, the wedding hnvlnc been sol- Jimlzed Sunday, Jsnuivry tenth, at le home o ftlie bride. The Rev. J. G. Hughes, of Unon City, Tenn., informed the mg ceremony. Attendants for the ride nnd bridegroom were Miss olkic Everett and Mr. Joe Oar- gnn, brother of the bride. After n honey moon lo points ' Florida Mr. Cloar and his "bride ill be at home February 1 in icir new residence recently con- tructed on the Barfield highway. Mrs. cloar, who Is Hie daughter f Mrs. J. D. Alexander of Woocl- ftnd, Mills, Tenn., was n inpni- «r of the faculty of the Dixie igli school. The bridegroom, who hart lived i Union City, Tcun., for a number of ycnrs before recently return- rvg here, was an outstanding nth- tc of the Union City high school. He lias extensive business Interests i this city. Ho Is the son of the ale Mr. and Mrs. -A. T. Cloar who •ere pioneer residents of Blythc- llle. * » « lub Meets. The Thursday Luncheon club hnd s weekly party, now featured with inple luncheons so that money lay be given for the tuition of ti orthy high school student, yrjter- &y wllh Mrs. J. A. Leech n's hos- ;ss. in the bridge games which fol- oivcd Mrs. H. P. Kirshncr won (he irlze. cocktail napkins'. Mrs. Elton V. Klrby and Mrs. A. G. were guests. Little Corn Fed •Bijiilcs" nt Luxora hist evening. . .' The sutn of $8X5 was railed which Is to bo given to the memorial fund. Besides the participating students, Miss Marrle Moon gave n rending. Miss Mnry Ellen Stevens directed the choruses nnd Mrs, Edson Wood was pianist. • • • Son Born A son was born lo Mr. nml Mis. Edgar Burnett jr., late yesterday at the Dlythcvillc hospital. The baby weighs seven and n fourtl pounds. The child has been iininert Edgar Fisher Bnnictt. Luxora Society—Personal W.™ Valentin? Party Tl\c men's BlbJc clnss of the First Baptist church enjoyed, a barbecue supper In Sllmim Hall Thursday night of last week, with members of the women's class as guests. Speakers were Ihe Rev. F. M. Swecl of the Mothodhl chinch. Ihe Rev. Mr. Welch of the Dnptist churc of Osceola. nud Rev. P. B. Knftlring of (he I.uxorn Baptist church. President J. S. IJodgcrs of Central colhge vns In Luxora on business recently. He was accompanied on his return to Conwny bv Miss Bessie Elinor Thwenlt. who will attend Central college. Ho\vnrri Dowcn Jr. r.v.urned Mon- Bits oj Neus Mostly Persona! Mrs. Lucy McAdnms Is 111 at her homo on Chlckusawta avenue. Miss Bess Hull, accompanied by her nlccc Mrs. Thclmn ncalc Shaffer of Mitle nock, si»iit Wednesday at New Madrid, Mo. They were accompanied home by their aunt, Mis. Mcadla Uellon, W!K> win visit hero. Misses Willie A. LawEon, Winnie Virgil Turner, Lorcnu Bellinger, Edna Oarreit nral Lula Scott arc l!0lng lo Memphis tonight to see Mnudo Allen in "The Merchant of Venice" til the Ellis auditorium. Sol Steinberg, of Cardwcll, Mo., Is attending lo business here to- dny. noscoe Craflon, formerly of here nn<l now of Lll!!oi nock, Is n business visitor In the city. W. 11. Tanner Is attending to business In Vicksburg, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Smith, Mrs, W. Leon Smith mid Bun Butler, of Osceola, attended to business In Memphis the first o ftha week. Wllllnm arce» Hill returned to his In Covington, Tcnn., lajt night after several days stay here. Mrs. Doimlcl Fletcher, of Joiner, visited her mother, Mrs. I., b.' Weslbrook, here yesterday. ' * . Mrs. Tommy Fletcher, of Marlon, was Hie uuest of her motliar, Mrs. n. C. Ncely, yesterday. Jake Huffman is expected to return tonight from New Albany, Miss whcra lie attended to bust- ness for several days. ; J. ,1. Duly will arrive licmc In the morning from Piutucnli, Ky., where he attended Ihe nimu&l district convention of the- J. C. Penny stores. Mrs. Earl Koontz, of West Plains, Mo., is the houseguest of her mother, Mrs. E.(M. Bryan, and duughler,-Mlss EIlciv.. L. E. Parker, who.fins been quite ill for several linys, Is slightly better today. . - : Mrs. J. E. Bell spent yesterday in Memphis with' Mrs. Cnrl Blok-^ er, of Cartithcrsvlllc, Mo., who recently underwent mi opcrntion nt the Baptist hospital. She is' now improving. Miss Virginia Craflon, who underwent an, oi>erntion for appendicitis today at the Blythevllle hospital, is resting very good. FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 1932 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.V COURIER NEWS Steele Society—Personal •6ell School Honor Roll {*.;. for Six Weeks Announced Dell.--The Doll public school roll for the pnst six weeks is ns follows: J. W. Boron, Charles Mills. Louise King, first grade: David Boren, Jcanctte Simmons, Emma Louise Crawford, Evelyn Bradley, second grado: fillly. Bullnrd, Annie Crcsa]). llilvil grailc: Murlsl Bullnnl. fourth orflrte: Ruth Henderson, filth grade. To mnke the honor roll n pupil must, have n ix>rfect .-ittendnncc raEoril ft-lth no (tirdtcs, make n grade or B on conduct and not lower than C on nil subjccis. The Thursday nook club wns ! , n °"' nrtl Bowcn Jr- r.v.urned Mon- ntertnincd by Mrs Charles F |''. a S" from SI. Louis where he fpcm Vood this week for a Valentine'U 10 " wk cnt) wlth " ls """'• Mrs - larty. E - M. Hogors. Her home was nilraclivelv d-c- ^ Irs ' S " c Brown >rated in blooming narcissus IP*?™"^ cnterlnhwd •sulbs and Valentines were Riven I B ° club "' thoi <s favors. ncsclay afternoon of ^ Rogo._. Sue Brown and daugh'.cr y cnterlaliwd the contract their home Wed, —i of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Moses Sllmau visited relatives In Slecle, (Mo., Sunday. Mrs. Amic Duncan made the >lghesl tcora In Ihe rook games •vhich enlerlaincd the 12 mem- oers for several hours The delicious refresmcnts w-re Evcr - v ftdult hlimiui *»'"? Inhales bo'.led ciianrd, frozen fruit salad aboilt 35 Pounds of air dally. with whipped cream and home ~ made silver cake. Chss FrcMnls Play The mid-term graduating class of the junior high school present- CARU OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends for their loving kindness during our troubles and death ol our darling baby, also the doctors and nurses and undertakers for their thoughlfulncss. Mr. and Mrs. Homer E. SfJraybcrry and family. Sweet Cream Bulttr 35« Lb. BENNETT'S PASTEURIZED MILK Ifc Q«»rt Dell rhone 74 ? KIDNEY, TROUBLE ; If you f«) run down, or suf- p. fer from pains in the hack or I leg'; if youhsvecirclcsundcr I your eyn or are troublei! I wthrhtumitiim.lumeogoor nc.ur»lgij, (hen your kidneys may t* at fault: Don't wais for the trouble to become s=riou», but ttart now to take Gold Mtdil Haarlem Oil Cap«ul<j. During 236 ycirs ihij fine, old prepirjtlon has helped million*. 3Sc & 75c. COLO Ml DAL Braggadocio Chiid Dies CAJ?UTHEnsVlLLE, Jfo. —Edward J. DnUlrop. year old son of Mr. nnd Mrs. D. O. Bnldrap o[ Braggadocio, died nt the family home Wednesday at 3 p. m. cf pneumonia. Funeral services were conducted nt the residence In Braggadocio by the Hcv. Ki(ch?ns. pastor of lite Baptist Church, and Interment, ivns made in Maple Cemetery In tills city. George H. Crockett of Cape Gl- raidcau »-ns here Thursday attend- lug lo business. Mr. aixl Mrs. J. J. Davis of lily- thcvlllc transacted business here Tiicsclay. fi. II. Mill-tin nnd Mrs. Floyd McCrory have a.5 llielr sjuest- t.-:elr moilier, Mrs. M. c. Martin of Paris, Temi. Mrs. W. B. MeMullIn and Mlsi Virginia Nolen of Ulythovllte were visitors )icre Wednesday. Lloyd V. Wise of Ulythevlllo was a business visitor here Wednesday Mrs. I'crcy Smith of Blythovllli; was In town Thursday. Mr, nnd Mrs. J. B. Wendell of Joiner, Ark, are guests of Mrs Wendells slslcr. Mrs. L. c.. Spencer and .Mr. Splicer. . Mrs. Hattle Crockett of Columbia was here ilic'laller narl of last week attending to business. . Gus Cooper was In Cooler Saturday night. Mrs. Llnsdy Smith and daughter Li Gene ol Carulliersvllle sjjeni Jnsl, week-end here with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Vlck nnd family. , Mrs. w. A. Thomas and Mrs I Wallace of Warden were guests of Mrs. J. II. liandoll Thursday. E. O. Adams of niytlieville irans acled business here Friday. John Ahem and Steve Moore were in Blytftcrllk Sunday. Mrs. S. A. Mlchlo of Mlcola was h.ere on business Thursday. Mr. nnd Mrs Clarence Fuwlc-r- b'urk, J. L. Southern and Charlss eoiillieni nnd daiifiliter Lucille were In Memphis Thursday. Mrs. E. It. Mason. Mrs. n B Nolen and Missas Virginia Noleii and Uoisc Moore of Ulytheville we Bursts of Miss Delsle Steivarl Mrs. Byron Holly nnd -Mrs. p A Colomnn : jr., of Hpllmid sbouncd here Tmirsday. • ' Sam Uamra Iraasnctecl 1 in Caiuthersville Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. D. Collins were called (o 'iicnniises on account cf the sudden death of a sister last Thursday.' '.Mr. and Mrs. I,. N.. Moody of Dc!l. Ark., spent Sunday here with (ves. • Miss Moggie Harber spsnt last week-end in Blythevllle ns the euest of her sister. : Hay Lyim'of the Kroger store »'as callsd to Hornersville Friday on account of the sudden death of a.relative. The infant son of Mr! orid Mrs W. O. Alexander died Monday a* their home near Maplewccd Th" child who.'was only a few weeks old. was apparently in good health Misses-Jane' Boyle and Thelma Burton assisted by Mrs.'Lsyon'Earl nt Ihe 111,1110 gave a popular music! vocal program ovsr radio station KLC.N a! Blythcville Saturday a' one o'clock. Miss Ev!lyn Diggard is spendin» this week with her cousin. Mrs. / n. Ncely and Mr. Neely ol Ca- nithcrsvillc. ! 'Mrs. A. n. Hhcdes and Mi-s H I A 1 . Spcnce were .sliopning in B'.v- jtlievlllc Saliirday. The Ladies Missionary socieiy cf the Mclhcxiist- ctmrcU met, wilt- .Mrs. c. C. Cecil Monday afternoon. Ilicre being 17 members and one visitor. MIS. ..George Burnett present. Tne next mesting will be with Mrs. Doss. Dr. nr.d Mrs. J. w. Bobbins and children ' Martha and Billie and .Miss Ellen K-llsy attended tlic Ritz ;Theater Monday night. Hospital Notes PalionU n:lmiltcd to the 1 Blyt'.-.c- vlllc liofpital: Mrs. K'dgar H.inicU jr.. city. Muw Virginia Craflon. city, nnd Mr?. H. P. \ollin. Manila. . and Mrs. G. G. Travis and son ,c.tiy Stewart were guests ol Mrs.^Tiavis' mother. Mrs I B Stewart, of Ulytheville where 'f--y were accoMinnnied by Frank Hnru- i-r and Mrs. Rutt. Layhon who attended the RiU Theater. Mr. and Mrs. Robm Steelc jr ciiitl daughter went lo Cottoiiii-oad Point Sunday. DR.UVS (IflCOCO LONDON, (UP)—Nearly ' pcojile watched Lea-rue lootball iianies throughoiu Uiurlar.d on lioxiug Day. Dec. 26, including •J10.00D nt Lojido.-i's ti.x malclies. Hi: FKI.T "IN TIIK 1'INK" SOUTHAMPTON, Ens., IU1>)-- Allcv running an eight-mile vac.- In 95 miuul:i5. A. E. Porcfnsc. u 75-year-old membt-r of the Hampshire Athletic Club, said: "I fi-.i In Hie piiilf. The race should liav; been lo miles." STAINLESS Same formula . . same piicc. In original form, coo, if you prefer QV£BW MILLION JARS USED YEARLY Bargains For Saturday and Monday Florida, Sweet J ffl Juicy Russets UuZ. 1UC Potatoes Pineapple Libbys Rosedale, Large f r Can Sliced, Each JL3C Maxwell House andCanova Ib. 29c I FTHIPI? Crisr) UjUl IL/ULi Iceherg.JiQ's, each W GRAPEFRUIT ^7* 5° - Voiks 5 ijuuttd ' SHRIMP Wctcr S'- 12 C SPINACH rrcshcrcen Pound CAULIFLOWER PANIYV Chocolate UftmJl pound APPLE BUTTER ^ 19 C BUTTER Pure Cane, With Groceries, Limit SupJOjbs. Eggs «--**•* dozen lie ; C- C. Wax Wrapped, 2 Ib. Carton Kidney Beans Joan of Arc No. 1 can, 3 cans 19c FLOUR ""' FIG BARS ""'""- - CC I'ounii MATCHES Swn 7gi 3 ff mt 5 C BLACKBERRIES.;;' 2K ;,.;25 C BREAD 22-ox, Loaf <k- rC 12-iiz loaf D plfEfirS '!<• -i-'v iH/llLJlu' Sweet 25i-. S' Smir j3j Chum, No. 1 fall "!£<,' H tan, 2 for 13 Con dime, J.ililiy's No . ! c;m S. lb. bucket I'nro pp R Hi. bucket Coniimtintl 03 |) ralmiilivc and ir Camay, 2 bars Swift's Silver Leaf Pure Lard Spare Ribs Kilk-d NECK BONES Black Hawk IU9c Genuine Ever-Good ing Lamb l.i'K-S II). 22, Shoulders, II). IS, Hili "r i.oin lb. Chops 22 l-2c, SU'W, 7ic Vork Funcy I.rnn round _ at 1 ^r 1 Bf»act R tr 1 1f i*ft* I liUdbt lub '•WZKMMUKraEOKSBs U] Finest. Stfi-'iikctl & t'rcsh Killcti Country Stylo Silt Meatj FutSausag. Ib. 7!c Fresh Pig Hams

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