The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 22, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 22, 1932
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLRJARK.N COURIER NRWS Society Calendar - <" li : _" ^ I * • The P. E.-O. Is meeting with Mrs. Rabbins «l Steele, Mo., at 2:30. . Mrs. C. )». Bltkemore Ls cnlerlain- int, Ihe New Wednesday Bridge club. • • •, •:. The .W«ta«»d»y Bridge club Is nwttin *ih Mrs? W.', H.Ulinyard, . the Udtes Bible class of I lie Chiu-ch of Christ ts having a Bible study on "Abraham, Isa«c, and the OWrucrlon of Sodoni »nd Ooff.o.-- rfh" itftb me ftev. J. ,T« letter uj. the; home" of Mr» -Gordon Ctrmin-* .<• ' : '<. '• •'.i' " •Jhe Jewish Udies Aid Is meeting el 8 o'clock In Temple, Israel. . Miss Ruth'WAttwortii' igthostess to : the Thursday night club. • Tl>e Thursday Luncheon club is meeting In Uie home of Mrs. OUo KochllUky. , fars. B.'i A. -LjmcMis entertaining the Mid-Week club. tJ^-V>it.-flf.--*}fc-.pifet <5h"rU- taH' churcfi Is' hattrij second ob- servince "of "Pre-Eastcr week or pr»yer In the church at 3:30. The Rho jAlph» .chapter -of the Epellon Stf ma'. Alpha .sorority Is meeting at 7:30 In the. club room «t:tbe Hole) Noble ' '" ' The Pre-School P. T. A. Is meel- ln» wittl'Mrs.' Jot Ralbach at 2:30 !The Executive board of the W. M. 6. tof tiic First Methodist church Is meeting with Mrs. B. A. Lynch at 3 o'clock. > Siiriaj The -Woman's Missionary society ot' Ihe First Christian church is jwjdlng a sunrise; prayer service as last ohsmnnce of ihe Euotei- week of 'prayer. -oR . A wedding of : much' Interest was solemnized at t,he -home ot Mrs Ctllle McGaughiy In'. 'the ! promise^ Land commimtfjf ; «(; ',2 '.o'clock Sunday afternoon when ytlrinfe Baker and Mr.VJirmiany.lqwnori 1 were united in njwrlage. -V.., , .' : •; Justice Ed Walker sild^tie'.lmrr-' rlage ceremony:.. "Only ?,'rtlatives arid a few frlen'di' "were, present. The bride wore .'i tailored -Stilt of wool crepe. ... .. . • ' ' .•<.After a short .trip'. Mr. and Mrs^ Cinnon »-ill reside ' at • their home west of Sen Is Bom - ... Mr. and Mrs/H. H. O'Neal an-' nciince the arrival of a son March IB: The, baby, ,,^hp felgii^ ' 1.W' pounds, has been named',' Bpbile Kay. Mrs. O'Neal will be remembered as Miss Bertha Hodge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Hodge of Lone Oak. * • • W. M. S. Has Meeting. Mrs. W. M. McFarland was hostess to the mejribers of the Woman's Missionarj- society of the Sec r ood Baptist church Monday afternoon with ten members attending aod one ne»- member. Mrs. Honey . Chlsm. Mrs. Virgil Holt, conducted the business period with'" Mrs. W. M. McFjrland offering prayer. Mrs. Cecil Park led the Royal service ari'd Mrs. Virgil Holt contributed a prayer. A scripture .reading from 2 Cor. 8th chapter was given by Mrs. Roney Chism and Mrs. Sam Overton offered prayer. "The Three R's in Tithing" »as discussed by Mrs. Sam Overton prior to the song, t'When Baptists Learn How to Tithe." Mrs. B. A. Morris talked on "How Seven Tithers Learned to Tithe," and "The Tale ot Two Titli- ers" was given by Mrs. Virgil Holt. "I Bring an Offering" was the subject used by Mrs. J. W. Richards. A social hour was enjoyed with the major entertainment being the egg hunt at which Mrs. Rcncy Chism was presented a large ratblt as 1 prize for finding the most eggs. Waldorf salad and coffee iras served by the hostesses, Mrs. McFarland and 'Mrs. Clint rmnlnp assisted by Misses Page McCall and Grace McFarland. N'eifhbors Te M«t Tonight. The Royal Neighbors are. meeting this evening 7:30 in the homo of Mrs. R. L. Copeland on Divis avenue for their regular .weekly business. All members arc urges to be: present. ' * • • B.'«n4 P. Club Hij KM Party. >:•:•* .Misses Altliea Edwards and llay- rae Loukc Edwards were hostesses to'a kid party for the Business and Professional Woman's club l-.e'.rt l-.i the club room of the Gort Hotel Monday evening. The members dressed in kid costumes and broiuht then- dolls. - *.;• .Prior, to the party, c. A.-'Cun- r.Wgham, as a representative of the Cromber of Commerce, gave a ten minutes talk on "Woman's Responsibility to Vgte." Various games constituted the evening's entertainment and the concluding half hour was spent In eating pop-corn balls and Eipyn-' red lemonade. ; .There were a number of visitors '- <rv conducted- a slwrl prnycr service In observance pf Easter week. •* • •' '' ' '* • " ' * •' ' Easter revival services, which *ny to have been held each evening this week at the Lake Street .Methodist church 'with the pastor : - the": Rev. W. J. LeRoy In charge, h»^e been called off on account of • I 1 *** 5 . ot «> m»ny members and .• t\\mt*. ,.Th«.,.»anouuctmtnt was ;. DMklt last nigiit when the pastor Hu Wnkly . The Uelln Theta cha|>ler o[ the apiin Alphn Phi fra|nnHy held Us weekly meeting lasl iilglu In (lie clubrcoms legated in Ihe Farmers Bank building. Plan.'; were made lor a dance to foe given at the Woman's club Prldny nlghi. * * , " Prtsb;lerla» AuiUiary Hulds Annual HfcUn(.i ' Tiic Presbyterian Auxiliary held its .minimi mccling Monday aller- iioon in the cliurch for the ijiirnosc of giving n report of Uie yc.-u 's u p ork and Inslallalion of new o:ilcers. The past year's work'.wjrs cleverly given in Ihe form of a fleet of ships entering harbor eaeli bearing Us car- 60 of the year'* work. The Rev. Marsh M. Callnway, l>nstor. Installed Ihe i)e»- officers for the church year beginning In April with Mrs. Mntlte Allen as Uie president; "Mrs. iI.VE; {jell, vlco-nrcsi- dcni; Mrs. D. C. McChtln, secretary; Mrs. liny Worl'liliigluii. tieas- iircr; Mrs. Ross Stevens, clmlrnuin circle No. 1; Mrs. W. A. Dobyjis, chalrmnn circle No. 2; Mrs. C. R. Babcock, chairman circle No. 3; Mrs. H. L. King, chairman Busl- s Woman's circle;' Mrs. J. NMch Thomas, chairman Home circle; Mrs. Marsh Cftilaway, secretary 'pirllual Ille; Mrs. ^stle Hoop;r, (orelgn inLsslons; Mrs. C, M. Gray, home missions; Mrs. T. j. Mnhan, Christian education and minlslerlal relief; .Mrs. Hoy Walton, literature- Mrs. Edgar Ciitchlleld, s. and I' llusions; Mrs. H. S. Moll, social service; MUs Ixiulse Crane, soclnl ictlvlties; Mrs. Fred Sulidefur. religious educalion, and Mrs. c. J Crane, pastor's aid. • Mrs. C. n. Bnbcocfc" mid Mrs. Fred Snmlehir were elected d=le- fente.s to the. Presuylerlnl to bo held 'in Little Rook in April. Mrs. Tom Secby and Mi*. D. c. McCialn were elected, niternjite dclegalis. • . ..***. Mtss' Huif Talks : f° C«k>mi ' faculty. . •< Miss Rosa'-Hardy, principal of the Slytheville-.high school, save a talk yesterday afternoon before Ihe colored raculiy: on the Child's Chartcr ^nd Ihe While House Conference to which she was ,1 dellgate In Llaio R«k recehlly. 3he urged the teachers to Investigate the food that the Children were eating, especially *{ the lunch "(pur. She 'also strcissd the necessity ot properly cnrlnc lor •SWSMW'i'iN l\ie cleanliness of .the -home life and Jurroimdlnes of the children; Miss Unrdy matte several su^ges- tlons to the teachers how they couM help to keep (he colored jiuvse • • • Mrs. Laverty Kas Woman's Conticil. • A report of (he pnst church year's *ork of Ihe Woman's Council of the First. Christian church was made Monday afternoon when they met In the home of Mrs. L j Laverty During tlje business meeting the inslallallon of officers was hew »i ! ^ ° Mr8e W ' Barlmm «elected as president. Olhcr ofliccrs !S Ct€tt WCr(?: Mr5 ' f'"5 Hall, vice sident; Mrs. L. !,. Warcii sec ^. tary-treasurcr; Mrs. John McHan- cy. publicity ehalrman; Mrs Gor- don Evrald, book', chairman; Mrs. George McLeod. kficler Charily group; Mrs. Z.IA. MoCulMon, Faith Krnii]i leader, ami Mrs. L. J. Ulv- crly, Ifone group leader. The Hops group had charge of le short devotional |>erlod and the Hope group also led In clmreh attendance for last. week. Duilng the .wial hour the hostesses served refrMhments carrying out the K:\ster Men with green jel- laliu In n liny nest v/iih candled eggs embedded, chocolate rabbil cookies and coffee. : Mrs. McLnrrati and Mrs. Cliarl?y Alfoid were guests. • • » BapllU circles 1I»M Monthly Mrelluj. "God's Glfl In the World" was Ihe subject of Ilic devotional niudy ..Chest COLDS yield more t|iiickly to double ,|i n . c ( ac (j on of Vicks VapoRub. % Use the now Vicks Nose Drops with VniioRub in Ihe Vicks Plan. for BETTER-CONTROL QT COIDS' .Ooradenc Permanent' Including- Sham poo and Set . ,.' Frerfn-ics Wave - _ - $6.50 ••(,-'. '' tugene $8 *' r McA'dam's Beautv Shop Phon & a88 - - - Ingram BW«.. BW«.. •A Sweet Cream Butter 30c Lh. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10e (Jl. Delivered Phone 74 Bulgarian Buttermilk lac Qt. Go to Church Sunday )'e.sler(!ay iifternoon ''conduclcii by Mrs. J. H. Hollls when the' circles cr Ihe W. M. S. of ihu Flrsl Map- list church held lliolr joint monlh- Iy niMting in the church. Mrs Hob- crl, Grimes was leader of the iiro- ernin and Mrs. W. M. Williams gave « discussion oil "Slcn-ardslilji of the Woman's Mbslonnry Society." Mrs. John Meyer gave the poem, "Jesus Shall ifclgn." and Mrs. R, I,.' R<?ed- cr conlrlbulcd a prayer. Mrs. Waller BlBhoii, president, conducted a shon business meeting. • • i Mrtludltl VV. M, S. JIas Circle Day. Monday \vas circle day (or Hit Woman's Missionary society of Hit I- n lrit Mcthcdltt church with circl-- No. 1 meclhij; In the home of Mrs W. I. Demon al 2:30. Mrs. Sallk HuWcr gayc 111- devotional studv' from (he 19lh chapter of John. and '. 'The Rural Billions" was discussed j ty Mrs. M. G. Goodwin ami Mrs A I M. null. There were 11 members attending. Circles No. 2 mid 3 mat In (lie church »-||b Mrs. Max o. Usrey giving i™ cnajitsrs from tr.e study took. I non each elide held its biisi- wss nipcilng. Mc.siiames Roland Orcen. Ira Ciray, Rvcrslt Gra. Ci. II. Grcar; arm I -Mrs. Hamilton wer; ho-,t-«->s <i clrelo No. 4 at a I o'clock luncheon ! |« IJ« church. MB. B. A. Lynch Hie clialrman. conduced (!- e i, us j. ness meeting and Mrs. .M u Men rd liail dun-Be of the devotional ssued l,y Mrs. j. E . Ci .| t2| M , s ' . the business mcclltu; plaits were made fur .1,0 annual 'M y nruakfast. There were 25 present with two new numbers, Mrs. L N Heabcu and Mrs. George Shamblin •« -Mrs. c. W. Garrlgan as visitor ie hostesses u.imM tar tin meet- Pre-Easter REDUCTIONS Starting Wednesday Morning '' COAT/: s 29 .5«, ^.5» «/«/ ,W5' § Coats Coats Coats Coats . SO.50 O Coats / $5 Ira Gr.iy and Mrs.' Wilev ing In April are: Mesdames George !fubl:urd, A. O. Hudson. W. C Hlj- ginwn, Jack Hcrnc-i- and A. B. Holland. Unlit man News Mrs. Clcoreo Perry and claush- ler, Fcely. and Mrs. Mimic Moajf c;illcd on Mi-s. T. J Naii"e of Blytlicvlllc Saturday. Miss Lculic Chandler sjieni U:.-> past week end hv.Dlythcvlllc with friends. Miss Florence Stokes spent Saturday night with Miss Maxlii' Co;;e)an(i. • Mrs. Fannie Moore and Mis=cs Florence siofccs' and Mnxlii" Copeland attended church .'?i vices in Sloclc. Mo., Sunday inornlijg and visited In Cooler. Mo., later. A. S. Miller pf Cooler, r.Io. visited hen- Kumliiy afternoon. Hi:,son Sidney Jr. and wife who visited -IK-JO the past week returned to Cooler with him. "Honey" Paul Green was ru>:h;d to Hie iilylhcvilit Hospital Sim-! day afternoon lor an appendicitis I operation. | Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sayre and daughter Yvonne and Mrs. Mary Alice Poole callfd on Mrs. Riunb Moore Sunday evening. Miss Pearl Poery called on Miss jMiixina Copeland Sunday, evening. Mr. and Mrs. u. L..'crnbb motored to points In Missouri .Sunday I Dr. and Mrs. C. H. M: Mason of [Tyler, Mo., were seen -here Mon; day morning en route to .mints south of here. . ! Mrs. Charlie Cassldy called on : her wollici- Mrs. p. K. Klssell Sunday. Stale Sfars Tree Wanting TALLAIMSSEE, Pioricla, (OP) — Florida has launched n campaign to plant 325,000 trees in th e state during Ihe year cf UK, Moth anniversary cslebralton of the birth of George Washington. Al;oul 2-10.000 Irces Inive bC'Cn leg- islercd already. A Medicinal Tonic fcrWonKn who arj run-dawn or sulfcr y month. Sold by .Druggists 666 i.ioum - TAiii.Kis - S.M.VI: 6C6 I-irjuid or Tahlels used iulcrn- ally and Ct(i Salve externally, mak u coinjilfte ami cfTecdve (real- ineiit fur Colds. Speedy Remedies Known PERMANENT WAVE <t M Including Shampoo H n <i ^/I Set. Guarantccil - - - - f ELAINK KEAUTY SHOP Glencoc Jlldn. I'lionc -13 to Buy Living Room Suites at these Low Prices hlBJKr. \Ve had to «| 0 „ lot»f' !,".«„" ( 0 "';" U hk • v r, • • I, ' ina ' cast ' cl somc and «« « oin K sfi " (hem hut positively c;m not L'et -mv more I 11 » - t ,'- u " K ' l5I " (t '^ «1 'hcse low prices but we K°l ifhS,, 1 ;; 1 ::;;?,." 1 " 1 "»• •"- »^ «h,^™ d uS r , 1 Ss^r^ 'rt™^ ;s'f; BEAUTIFUL FLOOR LAMP FREE 'T^SS 1 2 Piece LIVING ROOM SUITES $29.50 and §25 Dresses $19.50 - $16.50 Dresses $10.00 Dresses $5.95 Dresses or Knit led $ |Q S 12 $ 8 S 3 ,50 i -% ,50! IT/: Also Knitted $1950. - $16,i Suits $10.00 Suits SILK SCARFS $1.95 Scarfs $1.50 Scarfs $1.50 §1 fff $ A .50 , & $q.95 Hats *± Hats «J Big Asstiftm&ntof Hats at $1.95 and $2.95 Charge for Alterations MISS WHITSITT'S SHOP BUY NOW! or pay higher prices later V"\ AIK} A Beautiful Floorlamp FREE Occ-assioiial (' h airs, Tallies, |.;i m p , s ;(l ifl Smi»ki'!',s li; .Maich all »l (hese ,Snile.s at l.uwe-st Prices. . ». Better Suites Included Included in (his car :ir« :i Krnup of belter living nmm suites with (he new riu-nn" arms, bultiiii fronts upholstered m (he nnv • hrk's of T-in ,. find Crocn ^,,1,:,!,- iim i .. ,, rettv Rri . cn silk Denim, ton uel li I, -, ,t"f ,i I'lmir I,M,.,,, KKEE with each of these .suits. The (,i, ;l nlitv is limited •Mid' the values cannot be (hiplicated KO again we sav bu'v now 01- ii-iv higher pnct^. " ' ' • $ $1 OP? AND A : GC $QC $1 oq: O«J IFO L£*J LAMP FREE - V . *^ r • Buy Now or Pay Higher Prices Later On! to duplicate these

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