The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1932 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 29, 1932
Page 2
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Society Calcnda ;¥*$?, Frtd eandefur ind Mrs. ^Vrncod ..Esory are having a •-"-• p*rty. €** HuGvecta. m» atiUvrine Greene, of 6t; Wita, Mrj Edgar Borum, Mrs W, -i».,Wa^erlkh.and Mrs, Clarence Yorhiafr were entertained by Mrs. Uui^Orwe yesterday afternoon "•—- .members of the Matinee club were also her guests. 'food cake topped with te.Muce »ixlwhipped cream, Ic'hes, nuU""and coftee were _ »ftei five progressions. In S games Mrs.. Hubert Potter' .wonjjbe club »ward, o manicure •H, *nd powder went to Miss Oltcge for high guest honors. .. '• :• Maj. Byron ' Morse entertained toe Thursday Luncheon club this .W8*h«i her guests also Includ- •'•fft *B*.'W.'B: Tanner; Mrs, Wallc- •.«•• WBaker, Mrs. Elton W. Klrby Mid«r«. Harry Kirby. ..Ajjwo course menu 'was served .«t <$e o'clock with the Valentine Mea^ittrmctively used In the deco- aod tallies, C. W. Afflfck won hosiery high score prize. • • • * .Ha»JfW> 'ratty; -.Tta Mid-Week' Bridge club, In befalling Its series of simple par- .Ues J>r the. next four months and Siriaf the remaining mos;iy usually iued-for entertaining to the' tuition ItaCoI the city high school, had its qtsf one-course luncheon parties yestwday at tire home of Mrs O ,.. J. Louis Cherry won a waste ; Paper, basket for the club prize and ¥™£ p - W. .Schalz of Helen?., re- w V X_ * luurfWrchlef for guest fconars. Mis. schatz and Mrs, T a. SeaUwere" guests. ' ' .-': r!' '••> •':•».• Ward School Attendance*. ' ' ; In s the first semester there were « pupils in 'the Central Ward'ele- Menfikry school >h'6 made perfect attendance, marks. Tliey were: Jack pba»bUn, George Hubbard, Mary B«b«ck r W«nda • Fisher, Louise Wc4*Uye..giaire Huffman, Carl *2frjpr Browne, Roger Bab- eocfcJTommy IJttle,.Baymoud Ben-. Wtt,iBUly K. Taylor, Robert Mue- f, Uoyd . Btomeyer, Pevgy Down, Eugene Cow- Goodrich. Ar- Hyde.: Charles Mary Berj'l Doling )floi, CMJe-R/SrPat Ha£ lby; Harwell, Marj- Joan Tucker, BJioft 2£S ^"'^Cunntnghani, Patricia *°«!..BUlle. Brewer, James Edwin SSi%!S e "?**• st «I*en Johns, £^2L^. nll ' e ' ^'J 1 - Blair. Bet- 1 v,.T?*, ENey ' ploria Martln . Jean Mcljurin and Winford Kimes • • • Elected - . • ^ O l th; '- 8A1 - class ot Jun- fi :t(:tho ? lh »« been elected Wows: -.JuanlJ, Perry.president; r - 2V - Burns . vice president; u u . iseLuttnMl, secretary; Ansbelle treasure*. . •' ' Stars in Filmland's Real Loves and Heartbreaks Love and .tragedy in Hollywood's land of make-believe 'hive turned to reality lor these famous movie stars A tnrce-yeor-old romance culminated In announcement of the wedding of Lucille Williams actress and ohn H. Harris, wealthy Pittsburgh, Pa., theater owner. . Movieland i, still talking about ,i,~ e marital rwk between Estelle Taylor and Jack Dempsey. And now Eitclle b .In the 1IWB again, n, Ia time as the rault ol an.automobile accident rhlcli sent her to t he hosiitlal with an Injured vertebra in her neck ^u Pitts, comedienne,.seldom talks,about her own affairs, nnd so millions of fans ivere surprised when he sued Thomas 8. Gallery for divorce, charging desertion. Constance Bennett maintained her repula- lon as one ol Hollywood's best dressed women when she took a, recent holiday In the mountains with her new husband. Hie Marquis d e la Falalse. ;And doesn't-site look stunning? ind American ^ e Is,Studied ... ^continuing the study of Eng- •j!*S?," nd - American ^Literature, members of the' Rho Alpha chap- Isf/ •'£"" Epllson SlErea A 'P» a *"flty had'an interesting pro- Jlast evening at the Hotel fc. Dr. Edna Nles, educational fflsor, sponsored the program. Mks'Selma Lentz discussed the age^f restoration and the "Queen Ani» Period" was given by Mrs. Torf Jones. In taking up the study ot »es and. works of authors Miss ElsSoeth-Births told of DeVoe and Jonathan Swift, Miss Grace Lower T8 oIc * of Alexandria 'Pope and Oli^r Goldsmith was Miss Althea Edwards'-subject.^ Mfcs Ketha Crest, late of Stcele wh^5 is -.moving -tere, was a new membfr: ' Mi^. -Thompson Hostess ... w Luxora Contract Club '.LBXORA, ;• Ark'—Wednesday af terraon Mrs. G. E. Thompson-iva. boctfss to the three table contract "£or which she is a member. Ths flng ladies enjoyed her hospi- j:!Mrs. H. C. Davidson. Mrs B. Hires, Mrs. Sue Brown. Mrs T . Jfceth. Silliman, • Mrs. J. N. Hu*, Mrs. Rusj'el Bowen,' Mrs. El- Uct^Wflllams, Mrs. Thomas F. Hiid- . ipoUKrs. Sam Bowen, Mrs. Jesse B. ^Brown. Misses Dorothy. Browi angQurte May hires. At the con elusjbn of five "games, of'bridge high sxwe prize was awarded Mrs. Elloi | tr rt Soldier 1 sen-ices will probably be : today for Willie B. Rob C. former soldier, wh< .-.;-— January 21 in a gov __jent hosplUl at Legion, Texas pe*n from tuberculosis. -.; Sp«taon. who formerly live Ufa* .here, Is survived by his wid *»£ Mrs. O&ie Roberson and on Ha is also survived b who lives at Whitevllli Williams above, Zaiu PilU Ccnstance Bennett Bits oj Ncus Mostly Personal' Mrs....Walter, SiniU), formerly,of ere and- now of Memphis, Is the uest of Mrs. J. D. Atkins and Irs. Mamie. Brlstcr. Mrs..Raymond Curiln spent Wed- esddy in Memphis; with friends. Mrs. J. A. Leech Is In St. Louis nd S\. Charles, Mo., for several ays slay with her cousin, Miss aggy Mckeel, who is n EtudeiU at indcnwood college. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kochtitzky ud. Mr. and- Mrs." Aubrey Conway sturned last 'night from several ays visit in St. Louis. They were scompanled home by Mr. Comvay's Bother of Marshall, Mo., who'will isil them. Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Seal and trs. O. p. MOSS arc spending lo- ay in Memphis. Miss Kntherine Greene, ot St. •ouis, is'lhc guest of l:er cousin, Irs. Edgar Borum, and family for •everal days. She will return Men- Mr, and Mrs. p. w. Schatz rc- iirncd to their home in Helena to- ay after a brief visit here with rlends. They molorcd. 0. P. Moss and T. G. Seal nt- ended to business in Mammoth iprings yesterday. George w. Barham Is a business sltor in Memphis tonay. Mr. and Sirs. Harry Wcidniim vere called to Memphis by tl-o « c - roi,s illness of Mrs. Weinman's tier. Miss irpns N | cnojs> , vho m ,f r " ei j, a Illa - iDr oi'n-alion at the Uelhodist hospital Wcdne^dnv MI- Wcidman pb ns to reu , ril ~ h £ - 11 ' ^.evera'lv^fr" "'"' ""'"'" ^.everal ci a}s M hcr sisler . s ^^ seriously 111 from pneumonia, Is better today. - .,' : . ' ; ' Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnett went to. Memphis yesterday .^here' Mr. Barnelt attended a Chrysler 'Sales' conference. . . Mrl Lucy McAdams Is able to be?dut after a • week'* Illness frotp tdttsllltis. •'.••• :'l~i ': Luxora Society—Personal Mrs. Eva and Mabel George spent Sunday In Blythevllle visiting rcln- llves. Misses Elizabeth Dnvis and Mildred Richards spent the week-end with relatives in Osceola. Misses Marjorlc Stewart, Jane Hnlllpetcr, j e nnie Wren Dtllahimly and nebecca Gillcspic of Blylhe- ville visited friends In Luxora Sim- clay. Mr. and Mrs. I,. I,. MrD23rnnn were guests of relatives in Blytte- ville Sunday. Mrs. T. B. Dudncy cnterlaincd the ladies of the MclliodlsL Mbslon- ary society Turalny. Mrs. H. Permcntcr, Miss Louise Turner and Mrs. Ramon Owen shopi>cd in Blythcville Saturday afternoon. Miss Norma T. Kormand was the guest of her parents at Rosa lasl week-end. Mr. asd Mrs. Knmon Owen entertained twenty-four young iKop'o Thursday evening of lasl. week with n farewell parly in lionet of Miss Mildred Galyeau, .who has entered training at Bnptlsl hospital. Ing was enjoyed until a late hour. Out of lo\vn guests were Miss Virginia niomcyer and Mr. Marlon Milncr of Blytheville, Miss Alice Carter and Walter Carter of Cia- Kinsolvlnj and Ed Galyean shopped in Memphis B. Kinsolving Iransact- Salurday. Rev. P. ed business in Pnragould Wednesday. iiestrty night. la visited here FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1DS2 (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Osceola High School afce club presented "The Sunbonr.H Girl' s comic operetta In two acts at tli» high school auditorium here Thursday evening under tlie direction of Miss Catherine Harwell Besides a chorus of 50 voices the production Included the following character parls: Mrs. Meadows president of the local music club Jane; Flminlfsan, Luelle Lumplon a villa?,? maiden, Ella Margaret Doyle. Hiram Meadows, 'a kindly farmer, Walter Pace Jr. Evnline Ablynh. Mrs. Scrogg's daughter Florlne Cravens. Rcubcji McSpav- in, the constable's son, Bob Dean. Ezia McSpavIn, the village; con- statJlf, lirltt Jacks. Mrs. Coleman a wealthy patron of music, Ruth Qoliilwrg. Bob Coleman, her son Tom I'atc. Jeiry Jackson, Bon's chum. Dyer Garner. Susan Clifton, th? .sunburned Girl, Dorothy Vales' Mrs. Sctcezs, Ablyah's better half' Marlon M. ahoads.- Aljlyah 6croB(;s, the sunbunied girl's guardian, Nelson Segraves. Sadie Simpkliis .niiolha- village maiden Ijinian B. Ayers. • Accompaniments were jilnyed by Mrs. E. W. Driver and special dance number!, given by Doris Wilson.^ _ . Mrs. O. E. MasseiiBill was hostess Thursday afternoon to the two table lirldg,-! club to which she belongs and three extra tables of guests which Included Mesdarnes H.' L. Driver, Herbert Shlppen, R. C. Rose, C. J. Lowrance Jr., Guy Bryant, W. J. Driver, Godfrey Wh'lc, W. J. Shcddan, Milton :„ ecu Butler, C .E. Sullenger, W. W. Prewltt, P. L; Phlpps an Clarence Cnrlysle, all of Osceola 4nd Mrs. Reba Davidson of Union- loi n, Ala., wlio Is visiting her daughter. Mrs. C. J Lowrance Jr. High score prize was awarded Mrs. D. e. Ijincy and high. score gu'est prize want to. Mrs. W. W. Prewltt. A. delicious salad course was served following the game. Mrs. J. Y. Jones entertained informally at bridge Wednesday evening complimenting her guests, Miss Cora Lee Coleman of Blytheville and Miss Mattis Melton of Little Rock. Other guests wore Mcrdaines H. A. Behrens, D. P. Crouch. Gco. - Abrey, ,L. Howton, Geo. Bitllouo, nnd S. M. Hodges. Delicious refreshments were served •following the game. Rev. c. E. Welch is visiting in Austin and San Antonio, Texas this week. He was accompanied by his snmll granddaughter, June EJ&y, who Is returning to her home in- Austin, after an' extended visit here. .. • .; r r ; ',-^Miss Catherine Harwell will have " ' as her gisesk over Ilia week-end and chil- Misses Alpha Hanson of Columbia, flnd - Nttn France*:»/ 1 nrren.V I i ? f Tyronza.- ' Funeral of Little River Farmer Held at Osceola OSCEOLA, Ark.-Funcrai services for L-.unar Fox, 54, farmer of the Frnsher community on Little River, were conducted here Tuesday by the licv. EH Myers, of the Methodist Church. Interment fol-! lowed in Ermcn Cemetery. Hospital Noies Mrs. J. N. Lous, city, and Mrs. Lillle Strong, Cooler, Mo., were admitted to ihc BlytheviUc- pltnl today. Mrs. Jim Jnmcs, nnd Miss Virginia Crafton, were dismissed. hos- clty, city and Miss Lorcne Fox of this coun- Mr. Fox, a native of Mississippi I!?' ,,, a ! ld by icve " EO!1S ' J" 1 "'"^. -j •- •-• • w »_ii»Kt!>i|JMi, Hallle, James. Jessie LCJ. Smith and M. C. Fox, all of this county and Tommle Fox of Slate Sprngs Miss. had made his home in this county for the past seven year's. He is survived by his wife, Mrs.' Ellen Allen Fox, 3 daughters. Mrs..Brad Fun- dcrburg, Elate Springs, Miss., Mrs, Norman Spears, Lepanto, Aik., Courier News Want Ads Pay. Spencer yesterday. Mrs. M. A. Barnes Is visillna he rS 'n, E ; J ' 5 P c " Mr . who has 1 een 111, is now convnlescinj • " rns . w - L- ™«ips and 'Miss' Winnie Phlllip s are Epcil[ )i llg tllc «eck in Newbcrn. Tenn., and Pa- i y. They «-rc accompan- Bernard Gooc'h, who has been ill! two days, is no»- Improving j Miss Kathcrlnc Grcar, who attends Galloway college at Ssarcy ] Ark, arrived home today to spend '< the weekend. : Reuben, Jim and Adolph Craf-i ton attended the dance at Poitaec- ville, Mo., last night. J. H. Burns has gone to Chica-l go for a visit wi;h his family. Joan and Juanita Latlincr, who have? been 111 two days are: now better. I Sam Wells, of St. Louis, visited' here yesterday. j Guy Butler., of the slate revenue department, transacted business In the -city Thursday. Oscar Hardaway Is a business visitor In Memphis today. Ruin Paddison, daughter of Mr. erMTXfr. H. p, Piuwjjon, wo it ALL NIGHT If you must get up repeatedly at night; if you have a burning, uncomfortable, ncrvonp feeling and arise in the morning tired out, yonr kidneys may be caining the trouble. Use Gold Medal Haarlem Oil • Capsules regularly and ite if 3-ou don't aleep icundly. feel younger, (row itroiujer. During 23f years this fine, old preparation has helped millions. Isn't It worth trying? 35c & 7SC. COLD MtOM HMRIEM (Ml CAPSULES Sweet Cream Butter 35c !.!>. BENNETT'S PASTEURIZED J1ILK IV Quart Delivered Pbww 71 Lovely Spring FROCKS S 5 Sizes 14 to 4 6 CTiAKMING 1'UINTS Solid Vivid Solid Colors with C'oii- tniiiinjr Trim. tiliy Uiilorcd of fine iir,;ility Silk (ivji, s . _ _ as ^ ()()( ] (; you've ;t '» I'l'.vii-.j; ^9.75 for. Silk Drop's New shipmoiH just mri\i,i ^w Spring Stjles. ^j;:! patterns, nil s].:cs. 99c Bargains For Saturday and Monday Rutfor Sprin * Brook Ik DUIICI Good Creamery ID. •^^^^^•^•^•^•^•^•^•^ Purelard Sugar With 50c purchase' of meat other fhan fticon. 5-I.b. Limit -AiJ You Want, Lb. Best Cane, Limit 1A JL With Groceries 1U IDS. , " lAJHH^^EaBHM Sliced Bacon I APPLE \Vilh SOc purchase! of meat oilier than Lard All You Want, Lb. 13t 2-Lb. Limit. Pound • LETTUCE GREEN BEAN'S FIG BARS CON CARNE Libby's No. 1 Can Vegetable. Vim Camp's Can i 2 Dill Pickles Quart Jar Wyoming lies) Fancy Keds Salt Meat Grape" Fruit P. & G., 10 Hars Octagon TIIR'MIP GKEENS T itlRlllr Larg Large Cans .i BAK1NG ,.Qw PE ., j K.c. Jf PEACHES iMMli?«!ji C FRUIT CAKE :,i, c ' lte 99 <: •••EZSZaHffiMHBB No. 2 Can Rexana GRAPE jMffi PrarLtorcr Country Club ' Waxed Ul OUHCl d Wrapper, 2 Ib. Carton and Pork & Beans Each Bread The Hew Milk Made Loaf jtongjSiiced 22 Oz. Loaf 9c, 12 Oz Loaf !^^*HM£|

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