The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 2, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 2, 1932
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FAGB TWO BLYTHEV1LLE, (AUK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1032 Sodciy Calcndai Thutfey The Thursday Luncheon club Is being entertiined by Mrs. J. A. L«ch. Mrs. H. M. Atkinson has the members ol the Thursday Rook club. The Matinee Bridge club Is mect- in» with Mrs. Ellis Brlscoc. Mrs, A. Con»ay Is hostess to the Uid-Week Bridge club. Fridiy The American Legion Auxiliary U meeting, 2:30, in tlie homo ot Mrs. Roland Greene with Mrs. It H. Bennett as co-hostess. The Open Door. class ot the First Methodist church Is having a 7 o'clock banquet in the church. The Ladies Bible class ot the First Methodist church is having Its regular monthly meeting nt 7:30 In the home o( Mrs. Ed Hard- In, with Mrs. W. W. Holllpeter tmd Mrs. W. D. Henley as co-hoslcscs. Sunday Rabbi Cnr] Miller of Helena will be the guest speaker at Temple Israel Sunday, 8 p.m. An Interesting program has been arranged and members and Mends' are urged to be preient. New Fashion Beach Baby SO. 4M BY WM. K. MrKKN'XKY .Secretary, Alm-rlcall Uricljc Li-ague Two things HCCIII lo I? popular In Ihls country today - contract | bridge and lower salaries. Bridge' i championships HIT ilecldod annu- 1 ally in American Bridge league tournaments, but -SI IVK'i'sbur^, Ha., seems to have the ctmmplon- Bits oj Neics Mostly Personal HI SUITE Grim Disarmament Poster 'Banned Victor Bray lias relntncrl from a iisinew; (rip to Chfcnjjo and For; Wuync, Iml, Mrs. Hay Maxwell of Detroit, Mich., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Walker on (he Memphis Highway for two weeks. .She will In 1 rcnictuijerfil as Miss Orelhel Simmons, formerly nf her.', Mrs. James li. Clark and Mrs. . l.i-on Smith spent today In Mem- ship low-salaried mayor. \)tMs. Henry W. Adnnis, .Jr.. Is mayor ; Mis-s Naillne Bray of Memphis ol St. Petcisbmi! al the exorbit- n s u 10 guest of Mrs. Victor Bray ant salary of one dollar pel year. To l:o more lo Ihe iwliit, he Is an nvdenl bridge fan. The following hand was played In Ills home, Mr. Adams holding the Kasl himd: HOBOTS Brother with Parly Ml«s Christine McOaujhey en. tertilned a number of her friends Saturday evening with a party In • honor of. her brother, Iluohs Mc- Gaii(hey. Dancing was enjoyed Add to your list of favorite bath- until a late hour. Ing beauties, little Dolores Oobaly The guest of honor has just re- of Southampton, Long Island. Here turned from a trip to Florida anil 1 sha Is nt Miami Beach, Fla., ap- Washlngton D. C. •• - • • « TK«l«y Kook Club Metis • .The Tuesday Rook club met In tjie home of Mi's. Annie Duncan on Chickasaxba Avenue Tuesday afternoon. Three tables of players with Mrs. 1 Claude Noel of Poplar Bluff, Mo. aS tlie out-of-town guest, spent an enjoyable after- pearlng to be very amused by everything—Including the cameraman. W8.S made that Mrs. Mary E. Moom of Little Rock, the state supervisor of the Royal Neighbors will meet with the local organization next t,t, e 'doublclon spaile is t:ot a hostess served angel food noon. The cake, toasted cheer.? sandwiches, olives, candled almonds and ,hot chocolate with marshmallows. Cut flowers, and potted plants decorated the home. • * • Mrs. Mnlr Has Lunchron Mrs. George Mulr was hostess to the .; Tuesday Luncheon club and after the luncheon, bridge constituted the afternoon's entertainment At fhc conclusion of the five'- progressioa 1 ;, Mrs. L. D. Chamblin won the 'high scow, and . vras '.presented with/ a lovejy handmade handkerchief; "• • -^ '• Spring flowers with Jonquils and pussy-willows predominating, were the 'decorallons. • • • . The Delta Pliela >l«ls The Delta Pheta cl>aptcr ot the Kappa Alpha Phi held Its weekly meeting Tuesday evening in the Kappa rooms. During tra business'•• session 'details were completed for the dance In the Woman's club, house Friday night. Among other transactions, Bill Crilvfleld of Blythcvillc and Tommy Plpton of Caruthersville were pledged. • • • Mrs.~ Proctor Earie Mtttinc 'Mrs. Howard Proctor, president of ths 5th district of the American Ijtyon Auxiliary, attended a meeting of the Earle unit Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. D. A. Ruffln. She spoke on "Alms and Accomplishments of Th? American Tuesday evening. . • • • Eastern Star Has Meeting The Eastern Slar held their first meeting for several weeks, -Tuesday evening In the Masonic rooms. There was a Rood attendance, with Mrs. Fllzslmnions as guest. The cyciilng was spent In bust- ness transactions. started Ihe during which time announcement CO iHraclinu with one no trump, ilc but had tin for an openinK liability. West was satisfied will tho no trump bid. The dlamont suit shoukl not be shown makes nn ideal suit to lead agalns tract especially n Luxora Society—Personal Carl Rodsjers of Blylhevlllo spenl Saturday with friends In Liixoro. Mis. William Wood, who has Veen visiting jier sister, Mis. Walter Duncan of Caruthersville for a few weeks, returned Friday. Miss Eva George entertained the junior basketball boys <u«l their guests at- her home Wednesday night of "last week. Miss Mildred Richards spent Hie week cnu with relatives. In Osceola. Misses Mary Lynch and Wllmoth a no trump con the spade and the club may boi: prove to be vc-'cntrles. North, will n trick less hand, Is glad lo pass. Mr Adams In the East rtoubki one no trump. This was nn In IptmMory double and dcmande ; that partner bid. It showed a vcr strong hand, one containing .l"ast three and one-half qmc irlcks. While he had n good bid dable siraile suit lo ovcvcsil i trump with, a spailc bid would no showl'thq full strength of haiui; . therefore n .double was U best bid, -south passed. Now Is West hail billy passed Ihe double, South would .nol take move than two tricks-in other words. ic would have been down rue doubled, and even not vul- imday. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Keuingcr sited with Mrs. Kc-tlin?.?r's par- ili. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Crimes in roy. Teiin., Sunday. Mr. and rs. Grimes Jusl recently moved to roy. Mrs. Doyle Hi-nrterson. Mrs. E. I McCull nnd Mrs. Victor Bray- rove to Memphis Monday for th.? Mrs. Ben Bugg accompanied by llss Myrtle Burnett, and .brother. 3111 of Stcele, Mo., spent the week;l In Memphis as gucssl of Jules Elder. T ; Mrs. Fariwvorlh Black WHS- a \l.-mphls visitor Monday.. . • • ' ,' Mr and Mrs. Crawford Noble ot Joncstooro were vlsllots here luring (he week-end. Miss LoVelle l.anglcy of Wynne, \rk. Is vIslliiiB w»h frbnds here he remainder ot the week. Mrs C. W. Ciarri«ai|. Mrs. A. T. Jloar nntl Mre. Randolph Smith Irove lo Memphis Monday. Mrs Minnie Bowers' is very much mproved after several days. 1 Illness at the home of her daughter,-Mrs. A. O. Hudson. Miss.Lulu Mac Lawson.'of Car-: iilhcrsvllle, Mo. is a visitor .here, with friends for a few days. ' Kenneth Baxter of Fayelt<vAla., has returned after several days, business .trip Osceola Club Women Endorse Forrest Cily Leacl- nr for Presidency. OHCl'.Ol.A, Ark.. March 2.--Mrs. S. H. Mann of Koircst City, vice president of Ihe A. F, W. C., was unanimously endorsed by Use Osccola Womcns Progressive club In'!-- yesterday for the olflcc ^i:lcut of (he state organization. The action by the local dub followed an address made at tirj riifcMln^ l!?re yosteiday by Mij, Maiin o:> the subject, "Arkansas. H's Illfare and Welfare." Also on the program at yrstcr- dny's meellng was Dr. S. C. l)?ll- ir.i;rr. Curator of the Arkaii Mu.'eum ol Natural History an: srlenUf. In chaw of archaeological research in Arkansas, whu rc- ninsiriicicd a t:''»phlc picture o Ihe prehistoric clvlllziition of thi. Mouudfc'.ilUlers, wliusc burials !: till:; section of (lie state arc tin MI!>'?< i of present nvclineologlcu hivi's'.ik^tion, and compared tin c.ivl'.i/KtUin here with that of lh! B!»ff Hlicltei's in Northwest Ar kalians. I ')!:•• rlub tncetinn was . held in ll ? h'-iili school auditorium In order that students of the urn*: Biadcs mishl hcfir Dr. Dclllnjcr's Oilier numbers on Ihe program were piano selections-by Miss Catherine Harwell and two vocal numbers by Mrs. Kelly. , Following Ihe meeting delicious rciicshiiwiiis wore served by tlie hostesses. Mcsdamcs W. T. Ramsey, A. S. Rogers. C. B. Perrln ami G. B. Sesraves. Wilson 5]>ciit Sunday with Mi's Alice Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Jordan of HOMI Lake, Miss., visited Mr. ami Mrs. Lee Williams Sunday. The Rev. Paul Gullo'.viiy preached here Sunday morning. Jake Counts of Wilson was here on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Williams of O.scoola vlslleit in Kclscr Sunday. Harvey Wilson motored lo Memphis Sunday. Mrs. C. L. Nichols visited her husband nt the Baptist hospital at Memphis Sunday. The Rev. Ely Myers of Osceola preached her? Sunday evening. The Mississippi County lip worth ?D^I:C wil imeel here Sunday, Mnich 0. Only two oul ol every 1003 i«r- oi:s icportcd iniss'm-j in F..u;Himl ire never heard of a-jain. PERMANENT WAVE< I nc lulling Shampoo and' Set. Guarantee:! - - - KLAINE HBAUTY SHOl Glimcce Bliljf. VHUIIU I* A terrified mother and child—a dread aerial bomb about to drop upon them....war planes winging overhead—but this sensational >:clor!al plea for disarmament has been banned by the French govern- nent. Tlie poster, calling "fcr the disarmament of nallons," is shown ic-ie bcfurc officials ordered Its removal from a modern art exhibition In Paris. .. .'I V 1 Cafulhersville Society—Personal Junior High Pupils Hold Who's Who Competition Tlic following arc the results of a Whu's Who con'^st held by the 8U-2 class nl BlytheviUe junior .high school: , Boys—sheik. Frank C. Douglas, 1st. Norman Specie, 2nd; most pop- .\llar, Norman Speck. 1st, Frank C. Douglas, 2nd; most sUulloas, vFrauV. C. Douglas, 1st, Holand .Williams. 2ml; most ambitious. Frank C. Douglas. 1st, Cecil Eancl- c-:s anil Ntck Salccby, tic for 2nd: b-s; athlete, Norman Speck, 1st. Kick sal.»cby, 2nd: neatest, C. Douglas, 1st. Earl D. Sriycler 2nd: best all round, Frank C. Douglas. 1st. Earl B. Snydcr, 2nd. Girls -Miss 8B-2, Lorraine. Sccoy. !st. Eiiinmllne Page. 2ml; prettiest The R M. A. Circle of the Baptist church of this cily entertain- , --_-. ^ - Sw ed at the homo, of Mrs. 1. ^ I.>'; - -- • James Monday ulghl. Mrs.. C loo. •« "».i WlllMclntosh: Kimiinv!- Kciser News Notes \ . Misscs Ire "° COM»C and vn-- C. L. Nichuls. who is !n thn Bap-1 list hospital in Mo:»uhls. is im- f slowly followiTiy nn oi>?i'- ntion. Dr. and Mrs. J. T. folk have ve- lunifti to Keiser nfler spending a year In Forrest City. -Mr. and -Mrs. R. H. Robinson motored to Memphis Sunday. [ William Taylor, II. !>. Dimavam. I W. II. Wails, Charles Nicho! 1 ;. Tlob- | eit anil Ray Korf-?y and Lee \Vi!l-i iniiis attended church services at I Wilson Suntlay night. < Tom Dobml of v/ilson has se-' cured a position iicre as service j station manager. : E. p. Dcnb.v of Lopanto 15 here : visiting his unc!c: and aiiiil, ]\lr. and lli-s. J. N. Dcnby, for a few Jays. • ; A large crov.'d altemlrci a beno- i Tit play, "CUibbing a Husbnnd," 1 the Baptist W. M. U.. ] gitiia Duuavant spent end at home. the week J. Bowles was taken to (lie B:ip- list hospital at Memphis Friday for an operation. Miss Allr.en Bowies went .to Memphis Monday lo visit her father. Spcnce Williams visited in Memphis last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ciovis Crockett of Tennyson shopped Saturday. in Memphis ell. Legion Auxiliary." Mrs.'.. Proctor organized the Earle unit In June of 1930 and since that timc : U has been one of the mosl outstanding units of the district, being 100 per cent in its membership and accomplishments. * * • Club His Guests Mrs. Flippln Whltncr, Mrs. Fred have as the Child. Mrs, Clarence Vollmer nnd of Memphis. Mrs/.'Bill Wunderlich were guests yesterday afternoon when Mrs. M. A. Isaacs also entertained the numbers of the Tuesday Contract bridge club. Mrs. Mae Aldrldge was given a dainty piece, of lingerie as hi?li' score club prize, while Mrs. Whilncr received a pair of hose lor high guest score. Tlie hostess served a salad course lo the three tables of playas. • • • Literary Department Meets at .Club House The Literary Department of the Woman's club met Tuesday afternoon .In lfc? club house with Mrs Swartz as leader for the study ol "shadows on the Rock." by Willa Gather. Mrs. Swartz gave a de tailed sketch ot the author's lite and-'works, followed by ft musica number with Misses Lorna Wilsoi and Virginia Thompson playing 'a piano dust. Mrs. Warner Hawkins and Mrs J. F. Sanders were hostesses dur ing the social hour. Miss Lois Mae Powell of Memphis spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Tow- Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Thwcntl and ,n John Franklin transacted business in Memphis Monday. : Mrs. James Driver .of Osceola was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown. Monday. • Mrs. Dave Richards visited iv Memphis Wednesday of last week. Mesdames J. W. Wund;rllch and C. W. Vollmcr of Blylhcvlllc were Ihe guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. C Cooke Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Raymond Owci have as Ihelr guests Mrs. Forest . P. B. Klnsolvins and mo- Iher. Mrs. Edgar GaU'can, spent. aturdny in Memphis. Mrs. S. J. Smith spent the week id in Memph'ls with K?r da»?li- cr. ricks d icrable, this is 100 points. But Wesll responded "' llamonds. "North passed mid Enst with two then made a bold bid of three 11 it. 11 iiii»*>- •• , -._ Spades. When South passed. \\? carried the contract lo (our spailcs. The Play The ace of clubs wns opened by South and Mayor Adams boldly discarded the king of clubs. This was tlie key piny of the Fellow the Viek "CoIds-Centrol"Plaa tor fewer and less severe colds this 'winter. GettheaewVlcks Nose Drops and us* withYlcksVapoRub. event. Mrs. W. J. Ambmgy who | Jst In tow sacks and old ' clr.-.ssul Secoy, 1st, Mary and Emmaline tic Isc- iiid Eu la • » • ; May KliinhiEham; best all roumi. Douglas Jolm$on. small son nt j Lorraine Sccoy,. 1st. Knti May Mrs Jesse Johnson, of llns Hinninglwm. 2i:n; most mnbltl- was .HCSSM in iu» »-" • "" g,, ; STO wuiHcham and En' torn garments won Irs. aze. She ^^ . icprcsentcd the depression. » Lorraine Secoy and Mr. anil Mr. and Mrs. Allen Barvon of BlytheviUe -spent Sunday wilh Mr. :irt Mrs. Hug'hev Hodsers. Mr. anrt Mrs. Ray Graham hat! 5 tliclr 'guests Sunday Mr. Gramm's sister. Mrs. William Cushnan and Mrs Jim Rbvcs. their husbands, and children. Mnr >' Kalhrinc and W. H. Cnshman and Jim Ricvers jr., all of Marion, \rk. hnnd. There' nmy be ' better iilnys than the ace of diamonds for Smith's next trick, but I am giving you the hnnd Just as it was played. Soutirs next play was llic ace of .liamomls and now Mayor Adams had lo discard the second king. He must throw both kings on Smith's two nccs in order to cvcnte entries into dummy. By doing this, the mayor made five ortil. Copyright. 1932, NEA Service, Inc. Dentoti News Miss Ptiulinc Sklpcr ami Bernlce Peal spent Saturday night' with Iris Longacre. Miss Laura Bomar spent Salur- day'night with Mi's Ottis Dt-n- lon. A birllidny dinner was Riven Sunday in honor ol Mrs. Laura Harrison. Mr. antl Mrs. J. W. St;in!ioi<l and Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Lrmcnrr Sunday with Mr. i\i»i Mis. iMi ami .^n. 1 - ^i^- 11 - "">••—---• - ( city, is seriously ill at his home with pneumonia. MYs. Charles Burton. nm! her! cms. Lorrain; Sccoy, Robinson, and. 1st, Dorothy daughter Chrlsleiie, who live jvist | "A striking example of wlmt edu- •senih of this city, nrc ro'ifmed to . cation does to decrease ciime is bods, both suffering from ; shown in « survey of Illinois p:is- Bmtou hus Iweu •. ons. The ri^ures K!IO\V that loss Iheir nncuinonla. Mis. n fnr Iwo weeks, but Christine lias i ^ mn nnc ^ C( , n ( of ttle i, m iatC3 111 IUI I u ,,,,,_..I^ llftl.r ,-:_!- _^,..^, ,..-. just developed pneumr Mdl v> *• »»-'">•«-•• • .. . - -J havina suffered with the mi rev- . onia utter r, rc ' school graduates. eral days. i UP' -: Tn li:izc Old Slonc ST. t.OUIS. Missouri, The slo»e structure near the Mississippi levee, which tradlliOH^iiv-- Is the city's oldest bmlilin;:. is ^' be torn dmui. it was bui.l m l,t... and In turn has been a fur s,n:- warehouse. !»"• schnol. :a crn". nnd lastly, nn Italian vcslaii ant caicrinsr' to rlvermen. Minister Takes 1 T P F»rinlnK COLUMBIA. Missouri, (Ul'l — A 77-year-old minister. S. J. Lha- n, is enrolled In the University ol Missouri College of Agriculture. He Is taking courses in ol life to make up » number it lectures he plans to Rive in a summer series. Sunday In Holywood. Mo. Tlie Misses IWbte King. Mildvccl Horton. Bcniicc Peal. IMuiinc Skipper and Iris Loiig-.icrc w:rc Ihe guests of Miss Erfna Wright Sunday. Miss Carrie -MrClanahan spent Saturday night • and Smitlny wf.h her mini, Mrs. Cecilia Pearson. I'rl?,. fur "IMrtirsl O'"l> RENO. Nevada. (UPl - Cain;'. Irouscrs able to stand up lin-'i r.orloil are in favor just nc.» the University of Nevada cni-.-.p nue 13 an iinnounccmenl tl:.; rrire will be awarded on "M.ui: Dav." 1 March 19, to the male :: 50 Fellowships Oftrrnl „„?,„ m . A «> «°' 000 - " Wl uymq... you save in usinq BAKING Courier News Want Ads Pay. Kighly per cent ol a m:.-,. manufacturing plant is ii: ;: ual darkness during workm; 1 New Lines! New Colors! Mrs. Bray Has . Matrens . Victor Bray was hostess t the -Young Matron's club Tuc:diy afternoon when she also entertained Mrs. J. H. Elkins and Mrs. E. D. Gillen as guests. A double deck of ' rirds. was awarded Mrs. Doyle Henderson as club prize and MR. Elkins received a coslume handkerchief for high guest score. Grcup Families Aid Jcililr!,'! ! WEYMOUTH. Massachusetts, (t! >) _ Weyniouth residents have rtc- lied an inexpensive plan for help- Ing seme of the town's jobless men. About 35 er 40 families in a certain neighborhood contribute SO cents apiece weekly lo nn otherwise unemployed man. uho dees odd Jobs for" them In return. ;Mrs. J. D. Barksdale had the members of the IZoyal Neighbors in hw honie Tuesday evening lor their, regular weekly meeting. A brief business , session held, Hospital Notes Admitted: XaomI P.ixton Cardwelt. Mo; .lo? Ballage Leachvillc; John Paul Waller. New Madrid. Mo. ano Mrs. dington, Hermandalc mcnt. W. H. Kd- for treat Sweet Cream Butter 30c !,h. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c QI. Delivered 1'honc 71 Bulgarian Bnltevmilk ISe (ll. Go lo Church Sunday Weave now djuiiiped to give you a guaranu-ul permanent wave ^lam-l i-ffcct with ring-let ends. Edmond Permanent Wave - $10 Call^itn ;' ,.• Appointnvjut CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP Tlie now slylr's liavc m:itl<> it ;i vinlfi- Uon of fashiiin viliils f«>i - yuti to try iiticl res.;:i reel ];i-l ^'.-ysnn's lial for Ihis S|:rin;;V \v<::ii'. New c»l:jr.i and iu:\v sliupi's in v.)j;uo this scii.-.on will tip off (o bi:lu>)(liT.s thai you're Ivyiiig to put xjn«:liiiiijr over. And xviiiil's (lie list: when a correct one here is olVevcd lit •! lu\v prices. SlOlftOIl $7 Style Puii $5 Dohbs $7 I'jIUIIKT.SOIl Sq.50 Complete OtitlUltTs I'nr .Men and Ha The New DRESS Fashions are a triumph /* \ in line Otip. two atul lhrcc-]>iccc frocks that you'll enjoy all ;citsoii — Sonic have scn- i rate jacUclii lo match ____ DtlJL'i\s have fli c jnckcl.uui fc^chable skirt with uhicli you may \vctir scpnnuc S I a.r 1 1 i n R new irrints, sotitl colors aticl rliic i-oinbtn- itiiuns ;t!l mcultr- ,\My priced. t ;A. The ideal new fn:in:1ii;io Kaimciiis. . . .jitTlrrl com [oi L anil ycnlhfu] lines. Cos* aril W ra p A r o u ml Oinlliis Silk Undies ^ lie- r.t ;\ styles in S I'liticnu .ir as treated VaiiUy Kiir and Laros iiow 0:1 display. CoinliiiLilion Suits. St Ins 'ami Shorts Miss Whitsitt's Shop

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