The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 29, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 29, 1932
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MOKDAY,_FEBRUARY 20, 1932 ess of French Millions Bits oj Neas Mostly Personal Society Calendar Mrs. Annie Dougan Is entertain ioc the Tuesday Rook club. The Tuesday Contract Brldg club Is meeting with Mrs. M. A Isaacs. The Garden Department of tli Woman's club Is meeting today li the club 'house lor "Exchang meeting" with the Lcachvllle clu as quests. . The Young Matron's Bridge clul is meeting with Mrs. Victor Bras Mrs. George Mulr Is hostess t the Tuesday Luncheon club. Miss Selma Lent?.. Social science teacher of the high school, wll conduct a study on "Mental Hygiene" when Ihc Sr. High P. T A meets in the high school auditor lum Tuesday evening 7:30. Mrs. Thurmond demons lias tli New Tuesday Bridge club members today. The Royal Neighbors arc meeting 7:30 P. M, in the home o Mrs. J. D. Barksdale. Members of the First Mctliodls' church are holding a nay o Prayer In the church from 9 o'clock Mrs. Smlddr u S. Party Mrs. Hattle Smttdy, teacher of the Girl's Sunday school class of the Second Baptist church entertained the members of Ihc class with a party In her home Friday evening.' Various gahies and con- tesU.werc played until a lalo hour when refreshments were sewed. Those attending tti party were. Eva Blanche Morris, Christine . Turner, Aletha Splcer, Wyncnln MacDonald, Wands Dallcy, Made- Ion Reeves, Agues Nnrx, Martha Coke" arid Thelma Scott. * * * Half Moen School Has Error* VisJton There were 244 visitors during Monday, "Visitor's Day" In observation of the birthday of George Washington' nt the Half Moon school. The regular 'school work was carried on until 2 o'clock when the pupils presented n. patriotic program with the bpenln? number, "America," being sung by the assembly. T. C.. Hawkins gave a reading, "Truthful George," followed. by a. patriotic play by the advance room, "Washington's reception..''^. F. Gay jr., posed as George Washington. Imogene Carries as Martha Washington, and Audrey Green "as Betsy Ross. A number of patriotic songs were sung. The lite of George Washington WH read, by Maxlne Holland. J4- 4* f /i Y '•(, ' i. After tis program the 'following students were presented with certificates for perfect attendance: Audrey Green, B. p. Gay, jr., Martha' Anne Mlddleton, Mitchell Peim, Jamie Dee Polfc, J. D. Green. Imbgene Galnes, Maureen, Wau. reeh and Mary Elizabeth Hawkins, and R. V. Oalnes. Haytif Society—Personal The Aim Cunningham Sunday school class of the Baptist church entertaine4 their husbands with a George Washington social at the home ol Mr. and Mrs. B. I. Allen Monday evening. Timely observance of Washington's blrthtlay prevailed in the decoration of small flflass, red, white and blue colored paper and a large cherry tree with cranberries for the cherries. Games were Indulged by the guests present after which refreshments of cherry pfe topped with whipped cream and cocoa were served. • • • Mrs. B. D. Crowe and Orvelle Hooker jr.. of Caruthcrsvlllc were tore Tuesday and Wednesday visiting Mrs. Crowe's daughter Mrs. J. E. Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Chtis. Durr ot Stcele were here Monday visiting former Haytl friends. Laverne Foster has teen quite ill .with the flu but at this time is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wilkerson attended the funeral of- Tom Kines at Marstou Saturday. O. T. Martin Is confined" to his .room with the flu. MI&KS Louise Golden and Eileen Dates spent the weelccnd In Portageville as the guest ot the Misses Floretta and Willine Bur^ss. Mr. and Mrs. I. D. McDermit and children spent the weekend in Memphis with Mr. McDcrmit's mother Mrs. George McDermit. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Morgan received news from their daughter Miss Alma Jean, who Is attending Stephens colleg; at Columbia stating that she fell on the dance floor during the school carnival and broke the small bone above her. right anMe on h?r right foot. Miss Morgan's foot will b- In a cast for about six weeks but with the aid of crutches she is able to attend classes. Mesdaroes Chas. Gllbo. Jim Gre«n and Ophlc Shepherd were In Blythevlifc Tuesday attending to business and shopping. Mr. and Mrs. M. Wigdor and d»u»hter Belle,and son Julius of Charleston were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. JwKohn Sunday. Miss Wlgdor remained for a lew days visit «rit hher sister Mrs. Kohn. .Mr. and Mrs, Lamar Thompson. Mr. fat Mrs. Houstln Buckley, Mr. •ad Ttn. HJunin Kohn and Miss Mme. Clirlsllnne Coly, tho«-u here, not only Is (h c wife of the rlcbe" nan in France but also Is first lady of Ajacclo, her husband* na-" Ive Corsica,, city. Francois Coty, mulU-mllltoiwlro perfume manu- acturcr, has Just been elected mayor. Mmo. Coty, a famous pet nncler, Is shown wllh one of her prize dogs. She Is a reigning b-auty Bell? Wigdor attended the dance t Kennett. Monday evening. The Hev. and Mrs, E, a. Walker, Irs. S. E. Nelhery nnd Miss Flora Bush attended Ihc B. Y. P. U. leetlng at Stcele Sunday. Mr. .and Mrs. Paul Falgout and aughters;Paula -and .Virginia of Caruthersvlile were here Sunday Isitlng Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kelly Foolliglu for Social Light . ~, u of Mr. nd Mri"'II. 0. I/jJsiv Is 111 ij-llh ic chicken pox. •' : Miss Martha Reynolds went lo ape Gli ardcnu Monday where .- will be gone' several days. Vlillc tlverc she will take n gov- rnnient examination. Mr. and ,\frs. J. W. Kiiucs fltid Irs. George Enlowe ot St. Louis re here visiting Dr. nnd Mrs. J. W. holies. Mrs. Klmcs Is Mrs. Rhodes Islcr. Ross Baldwin Ictt for Cape Oir- rdeau Monday where lie has nc- 'pfed a position as chef In the arquette hotel of that clly. Miss Vernlcc Slanfll, who Is at- udlng Southeast Missouri Tench's college at Cape Glrardeau spent w week-end here with her mo- .cr Mrs. Chas. Slanfll, Jr. Miss Mildred Pophnm has tis her uests Sunday Misses Mildred De- Valt and Ruddy Thomas of Arbyrd, Mo, and Herman Clnrk of Memphis, Tcnn. Mrs. Wilbur Slewart ot Blylhe- ville »i»s here Fritfny yimi Su- urday vislling her brollicrHugh Dorrls nnd wife. Saturday Mrs. Dorris, Mrs. Walter Don is mid Miss Mildred Pophnm accompanied her home. Lnmar Thompson attended to bi:=lness in Memphis Friday. Patsy Ruth Gill, small daughter of Mr. and Mrs. llarve Gill Is ser- iomly II) with pneumonia. j Doubly & (iebulanie is rliarmln- Mrs. S E. Redman of Memphis, j Elizabeth S. Youns. New York So ! Tenn is the suest ot her daughter. In] [i^isterlle. Colnclilcii: win, hei- Mrs o. O. Rainc, Jr.. this week. , Introduction to Manhattan's most MISS Anna Belli Limbaugh who ' exclusive society, she made- her nai been ill witii the fin is a b:c to singe .debut In -a new BroaiUvav iiltcnd school now. piny. Mrs. E. C. Holmes of C.irutbers- ; '• vllle, Mrs, A. 0. Allen nnd daiiuli- ! D „ . n . ter Juanitn of this city ,p cn t the i Keevts Napier. Pioneer «ar, Friday. In Memphis on a c-m ' D • » n 'J tv blncd shopping and pleasur: trip. remiSCOI Resident, UlBS H. L. Houseman of ClsarTc'e was ' — here Monday nisln vislling Mr and CARUTHERS VILLE, Mo.- Mrs. S. S. Peudcrgrass. .Reeves Napier, old resident ol Mesdnines Jack Chism Beulih ' Pcin1sc ot county, died nt his home Chllton nnd MUs Llllie 'tinner- I 2. 1 N " c »«f""Kls, north of Ibis cltv. »W In Blytlievllle Mondav I Friday. February 26. at the a;- of Miss Helen Dugnn has as h; Bi:esl, Harry Dltiteliiran of Ch c.igo. ' Dr. Eugene J. Johnson of „,.-„, I pills EIKIU Saturday afternoon her consulting with his cousin, Dr. K. Johnson concerning Mrs. I. r Jc.lmsun, who hns been very 1 for .several days. sh c is report tetter today. Mr. and Mis, L. D. Clinmblln aiii sins, Jack and Donald, drove t Memphis for the ilny, Sunday. II. Morris King led Sunday lo his homo in Pace, Mlbs., afte ::|i;ndlni' the cotloi! si'.ison hen. wllli.lufl ulster', Mr. and Mrs. Snm- nel P. Morris. Dr. nnd Mrs. W. L. Howard of Memphis vibltcd here Sunday af> ^' 1 ; of Mrs. Howard's brother Dr. I. ll. Johnson ami family' Mr. nnd Mrs. j. A. Leech spent today In Memphis, O. P. Mots ;md C. B. Sebau»ll ic In Irontqn, Mo. ,11115 week at- Midlng (q business. • • Mrs. w. B; Tanner, Mrs.- Elton Klrby and Mrs. James H.'Bcll were Muuplils vlsitois tixlny. -. ' After scvcial days confinement due to Illness, Claude F Cooper 1 re- luiiL'd to his office today. ' Dr. anil Mrs. Hunter IS.' Sims ami son, Iliuiter, Jr., drove lo ijiCiranirc. Tcnn., Sunday to visit, with Dr. Sims' father, J. B. Sims, ho has been very 111. Mrs. 11. H. Brandon Is in Memphis for -« feiv days visiting wllh relatives. Misses Gladys Hartlin and Mary McHiiney spent [lie week-end in Kennett. Mo., as yuesls of Mks McnHncy's parents. Mrs. Lou Eclicls nnd Mrs. Arthur Hunt Icy of Memphis -visited their mother, Mrs. J. A. Grindell Snt- irclay uiul Sunday. Wnllor 1.031111. who Is attending \. and M. college at Jonesboro spent the week-end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore ' o^an. J. Samuel l.antlrnm is now able to be up anil about after ti few days illness. E. Thonms Wralght spent Sunday In Jonesboro. Dr. S. C. Dellinger Will Address Meeting at Osceola Tuesday. OSCEOLA, Ark.—Dr. S C Dell- ngcr, curator of the Arkansas itatc iniifoiun nnd scientist in •hnrge of archaeological research n Arkansas, will address Hie Oseola Womcns Progressive club at Is monthly meeting Tuesday al- crnoon.- The meeting will be held in tlio ilgh school nudllorliiDi, bfglnniii; t 2:30 o'clock In the afternoon in "ler that the school children may te permitted (o hear Ur. UelHiK- r, \vhosc talk will be illusirnlcd fill Inntrrn pictures of relics and ilctosraphs iccenty discovered in hc blu|( slvllcrs of (lie Orarks ml believed lo signify the culture >( n race much older llran the JoundljiiDdrrs, whose burials in his section of the stale iv."? \w'i\:™ •mule r. study by Dr. ijclllngor. The school children will be <lh- nlsscd tollowhiB Dr. nelllivjer's alk anil the club will proceed wiih "i sclipdulcd program arrnn ;:'d iround l!ie subject ol " icr \Vi-lfi\re anil lllfaro." wh,.-', will bo iliscusscil by Mrs. S li. Mann of Forest City, vie; ji:i-~;. ,cnt ol the A. P. W. C. Momb ., vlll nns'vcr to ft roll call round ;;;ole with suggestions of how !r.;i:- •idimls inny iuiprove Ihr i.-. : r ondltions of their own connini::-'.. tlrs. Mann will be accompanied, i.-. ilrs. John I. Jones of Forrr.M ('::;. Hostesses will be Mrsdann- \v. T. Ramsey, A. S. Rogers, C. H. errln 1 and O. B. Scgrnvrs. Duke Chooses Oueen ARTICLE NO. 458 BV WM. K. McKENNEY Secretary, American llridffe Leag At Jacksonville, Fla., where stepped lo ariaiifc fo:- a Florida'j contract bridge tournn jntii!, ii-iiicli by the iray will be held early in April, I found tha even newspapermen fimt timu i^ enjoy trid-je. G. V. Sanders, cdl- lor ol ih e .Incksonvine Journal (IcmotislratMl his abllsly as a pl,-.y- 'i- bv Hie followliif hand. irst freshman to be selected most ieautiful co-ed ut Duke Onivcrs- y, Durham. N. C., Is Pauline hnse, above, of Brockton, Mass. 1 vc hundiort girls competed in the j ectfon sixinsored hv i AJ-10-3 V8-6-3-2 49-6-* 10-7-6-3 AK-9-52 « K-Q-8 *J-5-4 NORTH IT m uj in SOUTH 4 VA-K-1Q' *A-107.4. ; *K-8 : *A-Q-9-2 Cennie Unler, and Gr leeman. Oilier moJiibers of the nul presented several interest- ! llll '»- .. nn opening bid, ever) though' he over]" 0 " i'o!d a hiddiiblc club suit "IB numbers. Osceola Society- Personal bcth passed in Air. Sanders, who held Hie East hand, opened the oou- Ir.ictmg with one no-trump South passed, West bid two no-trump, and .Mr. Sanders went to three 110- trump. TJie t'lfi South's opcninj Vad was the (leuce of clubs, the fourth test of »s longest and strongest suit which won with the kin» with his mother in Bloomfield, Mo. He accompanied bv his brother, Geo. W. Uarhain of Blylhoville. Mr. and Mrs. Godlrew While hnd as their t'ncsls Friday Mrs. White's aunt, Mrs. A. Comvny of DlytlievHlo anrl Mr. Comvny's it:o- tl-Jr. Mrs. j. T. Conway of Marshall. Mo., who is visillns them. Misses Mary Ellen Stevens anil Margaret Milner ol Blythevilic and tholr aiii-st. Miss Caroline Hall of Hctnando. Miss., ntlcnrtcil the K;ip- p.-i Alpha ihiuce heru Friday evening r.r.d were snu'si.s ot Mr. :md Mrs. Godfrey White. The hand, deuce no suit longer than The drop of tin; qtic now inn: ks South of clubj opining four n of - — with red cards, which nr c cither lour iliciinondr, ,ind three hearts, or (our hearts nnd three dia- "iciicis. Mr. Sanders conceded that suit, playing the eight .of clubs South wins with (lie queen and tlicn cashed his a;? and nine of clubs, but is now lorccd ta lead a heart or a diamond. If the diamond is ted East makes four dl?- mcail tricks, while if (he heart is played three heart tricks are certain. Either lead will give Mr. Sanders lus three no-trump. It Is not ollcn advisable to lead your op- panenfs suit, but, there are exceptions ti) all rules, as this hand shows. tCopyiight. 1032. N'KA Service, Inc.) Dell ParentTeacher Group Pianfs Tree DELL, Aik.--A tree, dedicated to tile mctnory of George Washin^- ton, wns jilnuted on (he school Sroiinds here l--riday, February ->S by the Dell Parent-Teacher association. The aisociiitiou ulso planted shrubbery around the school building. The program follows: Pledge of allegiance to the flag, by the student body. Songs, America nnd Arkansas, by student body. -Poem, Trees, by TliclmaiKcohler. Poem by sixth uradc Eiffe.- Dedication of tree, by-?S'R Stacy. . Placing of first shovel ot earth, by Mis. E. M. Woodard, president of the P. T. A. Benediction, by W. ^f. Pinchback, principal of the school. Heads Baraca Class OSCEOLA, Ark.-E. A. Thorn} was elected president of the liar- aca Sunoay School class of the Fiist Baptist chiitfli.,ac a reo-- gnnlzatlon mcelLint'j&ttiraay s D .Carpenter was^ljcted vice nn'sU dent artd Emmet Ruble, secretary and treasurer. Read -Courier News want ads. Cars Washed and en OW Greased Phone 555 \Vu Call for and Deliver * 1 X Day and Night Service; Inc. For Women's Aches and Pains Women who suiter from head- die, biickachu, and peiiodic jKiins f:nd Capudim; the ideal remedy, t's liquid, therefore acts almost nstantly. Take two tcaspoaniiils n a little water. You'll be dc- ightcd with the quick relief. Soothes the nerves nnd brings com- ort and relaxation. Why not keep a bottle handy? At drug stores, iu single ilose, or in lOc, 30c, and GOc sizes. hc must lose ihrec clubs If he Is KKablc (o eel a break m oiamr-nrts and i lle Heart r mcss e is wroiii'. Ilia contract ;•;!! bo dc- l . rj " " VPI "J' strategical play \nd il^Hberalely leads his opponent's —Adv. 5 PERMANENT WAVlOff • Juchuiim; Shampoo and T fl Set. Guaranteed - - - - ^f ELAINE KEAUTY SHOP Glencoc Bldff. I'limic 43 California Road Cuts , Through Indian Cemtecry MOUNTAIN VIEW. California. (UP)—Where once the Fish;: i:uli- ces-Harl ot Illinois. Funeral-services were held Irom the Dry Hayou clmrch with the Rev. IJ. K. Fosfcr. pastor of tl:; Mrs. Hattie Dobbs Dies ,. U „ %' eS Rev. IJ. K. Fosfcr. pastor of th; »t nome Near Uenton! Car Mihersviiic Baptist ciun-ch. oi- ficialing, with Interment in Dry Ehe Is survived by b.?r husband '-r. U h° M tiftcrl! ' Pu " n * ral sen-Ices .-e ncid at the Coleman ccme- «,nV hCRCV - GMrpeRlrei " 5 Courier News Want Adi Pay, Bayou cemetery. Tiiflfct-Titnioiifi 1 in fuh SPANISH FORK. Ulah. (UP) — S!orl "s'drove a nock of tnfiwi- titmouse, a blnl smaller a rqb'.i). but larger llwn ;i siurraw. which seldom ranges tiuihcr westward than Nebraska, into (lie Utah fo'.mtiT. it was the fust t!n:e, ornithologists reported, that the birds ever had been ECC-II in this section. . Cardwell Band Presents "Famous Dixie Minstrel" CAKDWELU Mo.—Tniir.~(l r. . .,. ulns the Cardwell" Mnnicip.ii ;; ; , prrscntetl tholr "Faxo:;^ n -. . Minstrel" at the Mary D.i> •••.. .. ter. The minstrel was prcc!': : .; i, v a concert. A larg? crowd «a~ p- e'nt. . . Characters were: Lyle Rlchmonrt—Inlerlor-.;:. Dave Wilson—Right Euri >!, Delbcrt Fllppln—Left Ki-r -.'•'.' Tom Mickey, Fredrick ].'.:•'[•', Maurice Gates. Charlrw W. >:• :•-'.'' John Owen Cunnlnghan-,. 11, s STAINLESS Sime fbnnuU . . sjir.c j r.. v . ], form, loo, if y LJ .,, . ans buried their do .id. a m-v, highway cuts thrc:iqli, .suuh.iiic- cf tli; progress that drnVc i::c trii.-o fvo:n Its once vast huu:::u . Koad crews v.'nrk::v.: ',1:1 'he new Bayshore hlEhway cred (hc graves or flu- clans, together wi;:i tars, and other of ;h- in- • c. ( ds. "mor- ' burled with them to insme'ihVr in'-i- plncss and com tort in the'liappy Hunting Ground. Tee bones n:id i.;;vr rcmni were rcburicd alo:u.\i.. ()•. 'ri ol-w.\y. '" "' ' : Head Courier Nev.. w.-,:,: A-l Sweet liOc 1.1 linlfor BENNETT'S .MILK 10c (Jiiarl 1'Iionc 71 DAINTY NEW WASH FROCKS for spring and summer wear Eyciel Kni!)roklcct'(l Jlandkevehief Linens, I'riuU and I'rinL Combinations .shown in every <icsiY;il>!c $3.80 to $5.95 One Croup l>rm(s aiul Lincncs. Koiiii Fmcks - Hall Sisters Shoppe SPRING HOSIERY Gorcfoa Lace Not 81.50 - §1.65 McCalliiin ' (, Chiffon 81.95 - 81.65- §] r\ r c\v Spring Shade-* -,- Nuhrown - - Pcler Pan - -PuLlyBiege - - Grey Bum Good Shoe? and Hosiery

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