The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 26, 1932 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVlLLjyAKK.y COURIER NEWS 4»*> Tb* Wooun s WUiloimry Society c* Uw t*i* Street Mtfhodjst Cburch heM an tu 'di; quilting P»ty Thursday In the church, Mtach profnu was mtde towiird tht completion of the quilt which wtfl be add at » benefit Mte soon. Lyhctuon was served during tlie noon hour. Mil, Of* Ha* M»tlM< Mrs. R«ev« Allen was hostess to the members at the Mutlnea Btfdce club Thursday afternoon it ber home on East Davis Avenue. Alter the five progressions Mrs. BUs Briscoe won the high wore jtrtae; an Italian Plaque. ''Turkish delight with hot coffee refreshed the ladles during Hie ncla) hour. ' . - ! ' * ' TkWEday Lincheoa Club Meets ME. Farnsworth Black, Mrs. Htny Klrby and Mrs. Elton Kir- fy fere Buwls oJ Mrs. Everett B. O«c. yesterday when she entertained the Thursday Luncheon club' members. After Hie luncheon, brtdfe was played with the high scorei among the members being captured by Mrs. Byron Morse while Mrs. Farotworth Black was ptwenled with sport handkerchiefs as prite among the gu»t .. . Ma.- Cherry . ' HuWjwMk Chi .Member! of UK Midweek Bridge club gathered in the home of Mrs. J. toult Cherry Thursday afternoon for several hour's enjoyment of bridge. Mrs. A. Conway was winner of the high score prize. For the occasion, the hostess hod an abundance of Jonquils effectively! arranged for decorations. A .plate luncheon wilt served to the members. Dnmtlc Clmb Is Ortanbed ;.'James F. Tompklns, Jr., if til known in local debating and dramatic ctrc!fp, and president-elect of the Pi Kappa Delta chapter of Ouachlta College, Wednesday evening was elected president of Ihe 'Blytiievllle Dramatic - Debating Club, in 'their Initial meeting nl Hole! Noble. Miss Delia Purtle. was chospn vice-president and J. P. rrlend secretary. Other officers are:- Robert D. Eberdt, treasurer, J. A'. Holley, Corresponding Secretary; H. H. Sullivan, Seargent-nt- arms. Tile purpose o? the dub is development of its members along the lines of debating, public speaking Cartel • dramatics and to creale in the minds of Up£.p)ibl|c..more appreciation for things of llils nature: .'• A;ti?nvporary schedule calls for debates -with leading colleges In the 'state', as well as engagements- filth' other similar organizations In nearby, cities. Also, II has bcpn suggested that should public spenk- ihg talent be needed locally mem- bersj of- the group will be glad to f iirnuh, tb-'ir ^rvlces. 'Miss Luna B. Wllhelm, prominent ;in work, of this kind In the city,, was unanimously elected an honorary member. The Club will meet Monday nigrjt to further Its organizations and • adopt a constitution. Bible CU»s Entertains Steward The ladies Bible class of tlie First Methodist church enter tallied t|ie board of stewards and their wives. with a 7 o'clock dinner Thursday. The Rev. and Mrs. Eli Meyers, pastor ol the Methodist church of C*ceola were honored guests. Mrs: W. B. Henley, president of the I Bible class was toastmlslress and> the first number on program was 1 a talk by Mrs. Seford on, "Spiritual Welfare ot Children." Tlxi Rev. Meyers, discussed the "Duties of -Stewards as 'Leaders of thefChurch", with the Rev. Rorie. local: pastor, resixmdlng nnd speaking - his appreciation ol tlie class for 'its efforts to create Inlerest in the [church. Other numbers for Ihe evening were short talks by B. D Ferguson, superintendent of the Sunday school. O. C. Bnrnss, A. O Hudsiiri'and H. Ricmer. Christian Endeavor Re* *o B. V. F. V. 'The .young people's Christiai Eoteavor of the First Presbytcriai. church was host to the B. Y. p u organization of the First Baptl church Friday evening in the church social room. The game o darf ball constituted the evening's entertainment. .'•Hot-:chocolate and cookies wei Vat .conclusion,ot the game P. E. O, Elects Off ken New officers for 'tlie year were elected --for 'the I'. E. O. at Its regular business nnd social meeting held In the home of Mrs. Paul L. Tlpton Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. W. I. Dcnton IP n>rvo as president. Other officers are: vice president, .Mrs. ii. v--, IIolllix?tcr; recording secretary. Mrs. C. R. Babcocli; corresponding secretary, Mrs. C. S. Lemons; treasurer, Mrs. Roy Worthlnglon; gunrd, Mrs. J, H. B»H. and chaplain, Mrs. I'nul L. Tipton. Tlie concluding hour was spent socially wllh refreshments bciii|{ rved by the hostess. • • • 'ks Turner Molds PKU1 Meetla{ Miss Winnie Virgil Tinner, coun- 1 school supervisor, liehl a hpeclal f«4!ng today at the Dell school ir twelve teachers who were un- Ule to attend teacher group mect- >8s of the pnsl two inonlli.s. Tlv? hools represented were, Uox Eler, Rocky, Corml, Clear Lake arm. Tomato, Nodenn. Mllllgan Irfge and Cnrdwoll. Mrs. W. M. Plnchbaclt, leacl-er '. Dell gave a demonstration In 111 grade geography and Miss live Bradberry of Dell demon- rated 3rd grade spelling. 1 • • . » Us* Count Gives emonsiraiitns Miss Gertrude E. Connnt, ex- •HBlon nutritionist of Little Rock, Hli Miss Cora Lee Coleman. ounty home demonstration agent, xmt today In Slmwnm with the H club and Woman's club ineet- g. Miss Conant gave n .featur- d discussion on "How (o feed the nmlly". She will also give the arnc- demonstration at tlw. Wo- an's club house here tomorrow, hen the clubs of the county meet or County Council day. -Eaclpr. wjr bUdder trb'utye '» «n»re cotranon today' thin ;e»tr. before. But"- why pat tip ,wkMt? Jtmtry tikinf Gold rMidil H«rkn Oii CJP.UIJJ r««Blarljr. Thit finr, ore Jf«Si*r»tJoo. hu^becn used Ar dm »«T pwpaM he 336 •J^n, Toity it ia OM of Oit -;«•»: wWdy-known of mrii ia the b«t 15c ft 7Sc- janithersville Queen of Beauty Named in Contest CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo., Feb. 5.—Mrs. Bernard Crockcll of Pl- nynne Mississippi, and formerly I Cnruthersvllle. and her slsler Irs. Robert Blair of this city, were ie originators of R beauty con- »st (o elect Miss Caruthersvills for 932,-which was held at the Ltb- rly Tlveatre on Wednesday night, ebruary 24th, with n "slsndin* oom only" crowd Ihcre to witness he benuty conlest. A girl was sijtcitd 'by .each bus- icss house Ju tot™, nncl (h^ juclg- s were (our out of town men who •ere asked lo Judge so thai no nrllnlllv would be shown. Miss Darolhy tfoombs. daughter f Mrs. Zula Lurcling, won nrst luce as Miss Caruthcrsvll!,? for 932. Miss Coombs representing he Democrallc Argils. Miss ""combs received R silver loving up as prize 'for first place. Mrs, Robert Melirle was select- 1 (or second place, nncl represenl- d The G!ol» Clothing Store. She ecei\vd a bracelet of antique cos- ime Jewelry as her prize tor sec- nd place. Miss Virginia Corrlnglon, repre- enllng Neely Brothers Implement Company, was selected for third lace, and received tor her prize large box of candy. Miss Rachel Sharp, daughter ot vtr. and Mrs. Robert o. Sharp of his city who represented the Third Street Kroger Store, and rtlss Dorothy Helm, daughler of Mr. and Mrs. Neil Hejm. who rep- esentcd The Traders Mercantile ompany. lied for fourlh place. Bits oj Netis Mostly Personal Mrs. W. P. Sharp nnd f.mis, Wll- i! nml AfcHoniy of Stiir Oily, Ark. arrived Thursday lo \K KU'-'sis ol Mrs. Sharp's fallicr, u. u. 1'crry and family for wvcral days. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. r.?rgiituii have returned from Kansas Clly, where they visited with ielnllve.i wvcral dnys and ,\[r. Ferguson attended n iumuevnian's convention. Mrs, W. A. Sllckman is s|»ndlng the weekend in the country wllh her daughter, Mrs. lln Ilolllnjs- worth. Mrs. Claire Perry and Mrs. S. M. Rhodes , accompmilcrl by Afrs. Sharp ot Star City, Ark., and Mrs. Horn.* Bishop of El I'oso. Texas who arc vlsltiiig here drove to Paragould today to si«i»l the Ui\y with Mrs. Joe Kins nnd family. Miss Mould Hughes will spend the week-end In Memphis. Mr 1 and Mrs. Stacy W,ai of Langsburg, Midi., arc gucsis of Mr. Wert's brother, A, Werl and family for several days. They visited with trlends In Jonesboro yesterday. O. D. Orlmc.5 Is spending n few days In Memphis with Ills son, Pnul Grimes and family. The Rev. nnd Mrs. II. M. Nance arid family of Donaldson, Mo. left today (or Ihclr home alter a short visit with Mrs. Donaldson's parent, the Rev. nnd Mrs. W. J. Lo- Roy. Mrs. F. W. Brcdevlck nnd son. John of Clitcngo will return Sun- tlay from n vlsll wllh friends In Helena, Ark.; tind Clnrksiln!i>. Miss. to spend several days with Mr. and Mrs. A. Wert tetorc going home. MIES Pearl Graves, who underwent a tonsllcctomy In the Bly- thevlJJe hospllal Sunday Is fully recovered. Eniost Roe of Memphis will spend Ihe weekend liere with relatives and friends. Judge George W. Barham, mr*n- bev ol the slutc board ot tuberculosis Association, will 'represent the association In Little Rock, March 1st ami 2nd tit the \Vliid:- housc conference.. Marcus Evrard 5]>ent Icilny In Paragould on business. Mrs. H. Snphlan was a Memphis visitor Wednesday. Mrs. C. R. Babcock has ns her Bucst for seva-al clays, her mother. Mrs. L. C. Burke .ol Shnubosia, III. Mr. and Mrs. Paul' Rosr-nllinl and little son,' Paul Jr., will spend Ihc week-end in St. Louis. Mrs. R. Woltort spent Thursday in Memphis. Mrs. n. A. Lynch has recovered after ti week's Illness o( influenza. Mrs. David Barlon of Lciianto is spending a weefc with her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. W, M. Burns. Olhel Bishop and Ernest Hnlsell returned ln.st night from Chicago, where they spent a week. Mrs. Nellie Burks and Byron Oshorne of Detroit, Mich., are visiting here for several clays with relatives. R. Ferguson; most conceited boy, James Cnmpbril; smartest girl, Marlon Cromcr; emartest boy. El- cion Falrley; best dressed girl, Mm km Cramer; best dressed boy, Read Courier News Want Arts. PERMANENT WAVE Incliuiing Shampoo a n d Set. Guaranteed - - - - El-AINK BEAUTY SHOJ' Cilrnccc BIilj. I'hone 43 OOlDMfOAl Brother, Sister Load Ju Osceola Who's Who Contest OSCEODA. Ark., lv,>. a!-C]ara Gamer nnd Dye;- Clamor, brother nnd sislrr, were chot.cn the prettiest girl nnd the handsomest boy In llic Osceola lll|;!i School at tt:e niinual Who's Who contest con- dnclccl by the student body here Wednesday, i Miss Garner was named "Miss Osceola High School" and Drltt Jncbs, who was chosen UK?, brat all-round boy, was named "Chief fifmtooJe." Virginia Ilimon fame ahead of Miss Garner who ranked second as the best all-round girl, nnd Louise Hole was cliowii the mosl popular elrl. Cloriloii Hamilton who won the vote for being the mosl popular boy In school Inst j'enr was accorded Ihe snine distinction tills year. Students of (he Junior High School chose Domm Rnc Driver as he prelllcsl gtrl and Marlon Cro. ner the most iwpular one with Richard Crowr both (he handsomest and'uic most popular boy In Junior High. Virginia Nickels Is tlie best nil-round girl and Allan Ecflrnvcs the best all-round boy. Oilier titles conferred by tlie senior lilsli school's ballot urcv-as follows: Cutest boy, Britt Jacks; Cutest Olrl, Doris Wilson: Neatest Girl. Inrn Gnrncr; Hottest bay, Tom Pnto; bcsl dres^od girl, I.oulsc Hulc; best dressed boy. Tom Pnte; urcencfit Freshman, Geo. Earl Collins; wisest senior, Nelson Si- ;rin-C3; bletjest flirt. Gordon Hamp:on; most dignified seniors Mary Croiicli and Nelson Scgtutes; biggest jiests Ella Margnreb Dayle-and G. L. Waddcll; most mannish girl, Mary Crouch; mosl fnmlnlne boy, Tom Pate; loudest girl, Ella Mnr- Rflret Doyle; loudest boy, Jack Turner; mail limlil girl. Glnra nrncr; most ihnltl boy, Sam Ed- rimjlon; best liked girl, Virgh)ln Burton; best liked boy, .Gordon Hnmpton; most nthlctlc girl, Vtr- Blnia Burton; most ntlilctlc,. bljy, Abe Nlckols; biggest iirudcs, Until Goldbci'g and Tom Pate; most'po- llto girl, Ruth Goldberg; mosl po-- ite boy, Gordon Hnmpton. •Other junior high tllles are as follows: Cutest girl, Conna Rnc Driver: most conceited girl, WJllle Jnines Campbell; tet clrl athlete, Vli-glnln Nlckols; bcsl boy athlete, Minn Scgravcs; ; cutest boy, Jnck Hook: most talented e i r j yiicinb NJckoh; moil lulcMcd twy; Sam Hodges; (lulelKt girl, Bell v Wad ! dell; milelcsl boy, Eldon Falrley" i biggest crush, Mai-Ion Crorner mid ! AJIan Sc-graces; girl m lw prettiest i hair, Ktliel Brlckcy; toy with pra- i tlcst linlr, lilchnrd Ciomer; most mnniiLsh girl, Mary A. Slepliejis- ne:it«t girl, Mnrlon Cromcr; neatest Iwy, J.'!'. lionds; biggest iitsts Willie iialph Fwuuson and Willis Morrow; most attractive girl, Mnr- lon Cromer; most attractive Iwy, 1 Rlclrard Cromcr. i _FIUDAY, FRBKUARY 20. 1932 Cooler Boy and Hb Guitar Radio Stars COOTER, Mo., Feb. 20. — The i "Missouri Raniljlcr," who is be-1 coinlnj; a very jMjiiular radio artist llno'i:;hnul [he Trl-Stales, is none i other than Debs Slayton, 10-y.;ar- oW lx>y ot Cooler, who made his first appearance before an nudl- ence In a local Theater about a year und a halt ayo. He Is now fejiturlng a program on Saturdays and Sundays of each week over Radio station Kl.CN, of Blythe- villi 1 . Ai!r. The iii-ograins include poimlnr sj.igs snug an<! yodelcd to the acromp.-inlinent of n Guitar. The popularity ol tiy; "Missouri RnmbUn" is attcste:! lo by scoresjl of Icttois. telephone rails, nnd | telegiams from radio funs. || Your.s HiCiyton has a number of SOURS of his own composition which It- will put on phonograph records as ioon as the copyrights to the songs me granted. He will feature In a special program, to be. broadcasted over station WREC, Memphis, in the near future. "'•'EATHER Admltl'.il: Tommy P.nks. city, with pncunicnb. Mrs. J. B. Bris- endlne, city, underwent n gall-bladder oiicraiton toiay. Uhmissed: I'iiul Elnm, city, and Mr3..Vcrno!! Woods, Hcllnnd, Mo. Y1CKS COUGH DROP ... All you've hopcd'for in a Cough Drop— medicated with increments of i WICKS V VAPORUB Sued Crt'iim Uiilfcr, 30e l;l). BENNETT'S I'ASTEUKIZED JHLlt lOc Quart Delivered : I'honc 74 SAME PRI * FOR OVER 40 YEARS 2j ounces for2$ce/)ts Pure, l/jp I\V POWDER err/c/enf IT'S DOUBLE ACTING MILLIONS OF POUNDS UJED BY OUR GOVERNMENT For Saturday and Monday FRYERS Dressed. 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