The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1932 · Page 2
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April 7, 1932

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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FACT TWO COUUIBR NEWS .Sicictu ' ••' g " The-Dorci^ .class ol the- First Bspllst; church: Is having its regu- )fr'business meeting ana parly Vn- d»y ewnlnfc'lat 7:M, with Mrs. W. H. C'fpvre fas hostess. Tlic. Elude Music club Is- meeting a I 4 <£?loclc with Willie Lynn and iJizabeUi Edwards as hostesses a( 117 Mfesourl uyciiue. Tpo program is on Handel and Easltr music, Tlx: ire-School 11. T. A. will Hicc! at 2:3»- witli Mrs. C. W. Garrl s aii on Walnut street.. The* EpvorUi.' League of the First -Methodist churcli is sponsoring^; an outing (or the youiis peoplo, this evening with Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hicincr ns lead.'rs. Dtlpliiin Chapter lias qkfsi tVrdn«diy Mrs.' William McComb, state supervisor lor the Dclphhtns, was a eueit of the local cimjitsr n( the Kobl^Holel Wednesday 'mornlrij. She dkcusscd plans lor the orsanl- zaliorf'cf a new chapter will! this ciiapttr as sponsor. Mrs;] H. N. Ware, jr. was lender ot tbc regular program oii (he 6ubJ:-et, "Studies in Dramatic Postrj! 1 and she presented the first number with a discussion oi "Manfred as a Dramatic Poem." The first act of Manfred was given by ngs. O. Kochtitzky, whlljj the second was explained by Mrs. Gcorgt Dlllahimty. Due to ah- scncc^of Mrs. O. W. McCutchen, who *as to have discussed the thirdrnct, an open discussion was held py the members. "Phcldippl- des'' .vwas frlven by Mrs. Fran* • Thrasher and Mrs. T. E. Tate talked or£ "Mulekeh." • • • Daiifjricr Born ?.{r£ and Mrs. Eva Edwards of Holland, Mo., announce tho borth o( a*j 10 pound daughter at the IamIIJ[ home on April 3. The baby lite be en -named Ethel Anne. S '"i- ' * *' lias JSanklnj; -1'itty . . • Ml* Marie Melxiod enl:rUtncri Nissei Ardcllc Klnnlugham, Helen Rtddfegs, Irene Eaton, Helen Grirrtfe and Mildred Jiidd wllh n bunljeff party Wcdneday niglit. Boy friends were also guests during tie first part of the evening »nd Jariouj games const!ti»t?d Die entertainment. • • *t Popcorn, candy, cookies and jninclf were served by the liostess at ablate hour. Logic Bradley and Henry Kcn- nedyKof Osccola were tlic v put;0t- townffeuesls. -"; /. - : '" Mrs. .-Criwtr Has Wffljjrsday Contract Mrfc Charles. Crlsgcr, Jr., was hostess to th.ti Wednesday Con- tracti'club yesterday at the home of Mrs. Bernard Hooch on \\'cst Ash street. Joijfluils nntl hyacinths were pretljjy arranged on llic, tables arid ^bont the rooms for dccora- .. Mrs. Dailon Henderson was given a pair of snuggle 'pillows us win-- ner of (lie high score. The hostess scrvrtl pineapple salad? sandwiches and iced tea. * • » I.adic) Hare Wn-Wy Bible Study Tli^ Ladies Bible class of (lie Church of Christ met In (he home of Mrs. Howard Gill Wednesday aflerhoon for the weekly Bible study' with Mrs. J. W. . Tlad-ir as leader. "Abraham Offering Isanc. Birtlf of Esau and Jacnh" wns the Etibicyct discussed by Ihe nine members present. Mrs. Bader of- fercdj^a prayer in closing. NeS week's meeting will be in the -home of Mrs. O. D. Grimes wllhTMrs. Howard Gill as lender. ' ' School His jfrrkly Aswmbly Th£ weekly assembly of Ihe Smi- rjury>r school was held from 11:30 untlP'12 o'clock Wednesday wllh B. A. .Lynch, president of the Par»pfs B^rik and Trust Co:n- rainy^as the 'speaker. He talked (o •the £upiU in a general way about. "Loyalty to School and Community; 15o«" (o be a Worthwhile Ciil- zen;.^The Evils ot the Tobacco _Hab»; How lo Oterve Rules of ''Ooo4.* Sportsmanship; and ITiF 1m- ' portatice of Storinj; np Knowlcclge to tjjSiw Upon After You AT; Out if aehool." • \ • are Oatinf FrUUjr ":. i Epwdrth League of tli; Fir*'Method 1st church with Mr ar.iijrs, K. *V Ricmer as sjion- MJrs-^irj }jjy e an outing Friday cv ™S['f with- an InTitation .cxteml- C[ i w i\L 'tile young people "of the church fe rriett in the chufch at 7 o'tioct Misses Golda Rinks, Emma ^Jart* Robinson," and Mildred Moore vra '^gve charge of. the eii- tarliHnmcr4V an( j retreshmenU. *. • • • Swdtary r. TV A . ,. roundup eJinlrman, told (he dellnKc Plans for summer round-up work. The .imtlonil president'* messasc wns read by Mrs. Allen Cole. ' An ntlcndancc record uas made I Mterday wten thpre were 1201 Jl'lls attending. There bas been inch rivalry tcUvpcn Ihe varluus rooms In trjlus lo Inivc Hie (jrciit- "• number 'ol mothers iirescut In st oricr to receive the $1 prizt. Kos- coc Morris' room received the $1 I'cslcrday ivltii W parents attending;. ' Bits oj Netis Mostly Persona! Mrs. Walter Steaisrt of Memphis U tho finest ot Mrs. Annie Duncan for a few dnys. TUcy svcru auhcwl friends in Milan, Tcnn. b . Dernard Gooch relumed hst )t(K.-r room counts were: Mrs. Mary "'Bin from Memphis where IK ipaln, 17; -Miss Mary Hubler, n-jswiil several dnys attcndlni; the , •M:ss Itulh Matthews. 12; Miss IAI- Arnisiroiif;, ray, l(i; Mrs. Ernest Pry, Cecil While, 12; Mrs. j. u. • At Miss Nettle Mrs 18, nnd Miss Alnm 1'cliis, 21. Ihe close ol the meeting' the lection of officers vras held with Mrs. Herman Waipolc to serve her second term as president nud Miss Nettle Grny, vlcc-prealdfnl for second term. Mrs. L. G. L-wrly Is KCC- '•"iiy; Mta Mary Hublcr, trensur- sccond Icim. and Mrs. R. L Reixlcr, historian. Arc (iunts at The noy Scobt'Mwp No, 37 of the Judbury school with Clmrlos Stubbs he icoutniaster, were (jucsts of O. W. McCutclKii Wednesday iilslit lo we "Dancers In tlic Dark" at the Rllz theatre. This Is n monthly occurrence for the scouts and trey Jlwttj-s look forward to It with cug- * • • l>r. Snillh lo Give Book Kcvicw. Dr. Prnnk Ci. Smith, pastor of the first Central Coii B ri'eutlonal cliurcli at Omalm. Neb., will K ive a rcviow of the book ••Mngninccnt Obses- " 1>J' Lloyd DonglKA-, tills cve- _ in the ioclal rooms ot th: i-lrst Presbj'lerlan church Dr. Smith will nlso have clinrgo of the morning- services of the First Presbyterian church Sunday. Wednesday Bridge Has Two Tables Guests. Tliero were ITO inblca of Buesls when Mrs. W. J. Pollurd entertained lire Wednesday Brid(je club yes'" A »« 'Ivc prOBrcsslons Mrs. Pallon was given a summer IHlrsc for tlsc rlnl\ l^l,T>^ r ^ n - n .._t_.. while Baker Wilson as the'guesc liiKli score prize. A chicken salad course with iced tea was served by the liastes ,??? ?,"".!! lvcrc Mc-sdnmts Park Bray, John Flndlcy, c]arcnce Volmer and W. J. Wunrierllch • * « ntish Laii/re ^y Itcls in Tciniilc Israel MesdaniK Holand Wolfort C E Coulter, Milton SlcriHrcrg m,d s! Joseph were hostesses Weiincsday tvcnius when the Jewish Ladies Aid net in Temple Israel. Tlic progiani coiuislt-d of n read- me by Mrs. Abe Liverant o! Uisora and a recitation by little MUs cede WdJfort. auss M1 | d ,. e(1 JlK|(] Played ;\ piano selection During the . S oolal hmtft S!md _ "'Iclios anrt. ooiree were served Mrs. Abe Hutcnstein, Mrs. M. Rubcnstein of c a guest. Basset Couple Marty BASSETT, Ark.—Mrs. Ivy Thomas and Claude nnttcn ivcrc uinrrleri Saturday night at the home of II ;• Smith, Justice of the iieace at nnssclt. hi the presence of u fen- relatives and friends. Hospital Notes Irw-r, .tomacli »nd kxiner*, biliouaneu, mdj- xeirion, conttipatkm, head. *che, coH».nd fever. . "Health- «* the gensrai lubjecl lor the Parcnt-Tirtchsr association meeting held \T*jnesday in the Sudbury school ittdrtorlum. The progpm included 3 'primafy health Playlet presented hj- tte primary pupifc with 'MISS lallt Hubler as uper- "Health and i •„ 8ummtt '.as secoy. Sweet Cream Butter 30c I A'. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk lOc Qt. DcltTcred Phone 71 Bulgarian Huttcrmilk 15c Qt. Go to Church Sunday 1 school. O. W. McCiitchcn drove to Memphis Wednesday to visit his daugh- Sarah Lou, who Li receiving iljnenl. In UK IlnjClst hospllal. Her condition Is reported belter today and Mrs. McCutcben Is remaining with her. C. E. CilEKcr sr., has recovered from sin altnck ot influenza. Mrs. William McComb ol Ultlo nock, slate sniimlsor ot the Dd- phlans, Is spendins several days here on business, Miss Mary Evelyn Fenlhcnlonc Is visiting this week In Wilson with friends. Word has been received here of Hie serious Illness of Mrs. Eula Hut- IcdKc of chlcngo, due lo n fall Monday night In uhlch she broke her right leg. Mrs. Ilutledge had just recovered from a hip fracture two years ago. She lornierly lived here. Dr. Frank D. Smith of Omaha, Neb.. Is the guest ol his daughter. Mrs. H. F. Kirshner, and. family for several dnys. Mrs. Hoy iJifJetor and Miss EtlicJ Laffctcr of Mammoth Springs, Mo., returned yesterday afternoon after n few dnys visit wllh Mrs. Uirrcr- Icr's parents, Mr. and Mrs 8. H. Enstburn, Mrs. LeUoy Woods of Biythcville Is spending; a Im days with her sister, Mrs. David Barton of Lc- panlo. Msglstratc Q. L. Waddcll ot Osceola \vas a visitor in the-city yesterday. n. L,. NalllliiR. Osceola attorney attended court here Wednesday. Mnry Jo. little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lell nrm set. as a result of a ircak wl«Mi she Ml. Tuesday at- ;ernoon. Jack Austin of Memphis, lorm- Jrly of here, spent Tuesday here on business. Evadalt Woman Dies HASSETT, Ark. — Mrs. Ethel Jones, 24, wife ot William Jones of Evailalc. died Monday night from n complication of diseases. She eaves tour small children, the youngest Ilircc days old. The body was laken lo her'former home near Tu|>elo, Miss., tor burial. K. A. Fisher, hns been ' Isht from St. Benisrcl's Hos- pltnl nt. Joivsboro where she underwent a tdnsllcclomy Monday. New Store at Luxora .store lias been opened in the bulling formerly occupied by Ibc Splcsr FiirnUiire Co. The firm U ol.iss- cock ami compnny, The manager, Mr. Olasscock, was formerly in tlic hardware business in Gsrclhersvllle, Mo. Angel Makes Jobs for Thirsty. From n single block of granite weighing more than ten tons, this heroic . figure of St. Michael the Archangel is being carved 'at New York's great new Cathedral or St. John the Divine. Thirty men. are cmp'.oyetl In connection ; with" the carving of the statue. Nine feet tall, the figure will be placed high above the street. Luxora Baptist Women Plan Recrrttion Hall LUXOrtA, Ark.--The Baptist W. M. U. met in the home of Mrs. Thomas F. Hudson Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Charles Cochran Joint hostess. Fmirteen members were present. Mrs. C. B. Wood prc- sidcil over Ihe meeting. Plans for the building of a hall at tho rear of the church lot, lo be constructed and financed according to plans of the W. M. U. and to be 'used for religious entertainments connected jWllh the church were dls-! cijfsed. A committee composed of Mesdames Win. Howard aiid Thbm-j as F. Hudson was appointed to get price of material and cost of construction, and all members nsreoS to make $1 per month for the coming three monllis lo be applied to the building fund. The Hoyal Service lesson for the afternoon, "Heroines of Today," was conducted by Mrs. B. o. Wilklns nnd Ihe following ladies took part in the program, Mesdames Charles Corchran, John Coichran, William' Howard, C. C. Howton, Gallup, C. B. Wood, E. E. Tucker, Mrs. Allenworth Doing i Well Alter Operation MEMPHIS, Apr. 7 (UP)--Bnp- tiEl hospital reported Mrs. George Allr.mvorth, Osccola, Ark., . doing very nicely today aflcr a major operation. Osctola Society- Personal Mrs. S. 'M. Hodges was elected presdcnt of the Oceola Womens Progressive Club at the annual election of officers Tuesday. She succeeds Mrs. J. W. Edrmgtun, who us been president for the past two years. Mrs. C. M. IlnrvreJl was elected vice president. Mis. H. II. Junes recording secretary; Mrs. J. B. niinn, corresponding secretary. Mrs. O. B. Scgravcs, treasurer; Mrs. S. D. Carpenter, federation Mcrctary; Mrs. L. S. Mitchell, parliamentarian and Mrs. W, E. Jlunt, press correspondent. Mrs. Hugh Craig, Mrs. S, L. Oladlsli and Mrs. Gco. Abrcy were named delegates to Ihe county federation which Is to in.*t in Luxora on April 15, and Mrs. S. L. Gladlsh, Mrs. L. S. Mitchell and Mrs. li. H. Jones were elected delegates to represent the dub al (he meting of (h districl federation in Marianna on May 5 and C. Mrs. L. 8. Mitchell, teller hnmcs clialrnum for the club, announced plans for obttmince of better homes week, beginning April 24, and called partieulnr attention to the quilt fair the club will sponsor April 20, which will ulso be cisitors day in both Osceola and Wilson. As a community beautlflcation project, the club has adopt*! the Dcall Hotel lot on the comer of Hale and Pecan streets and Mrs. J. L. Williams was named chairman of the project. Mrs. J. H. Lovewell, chairman of the club's civic depnrlment, reported collection of approximalely $52 from (lie sale of tags, which will be used in the rare of Vioi-31 cemetery. She also announced that tl£'. cemetery association had a quanllly of narcissus and other bulbs which they would like to exchange for shrubs for the cemetery. The meeting was the occasion of the annual plant and shrub ox- ch$rtgc and numbers of choice pli'nts were available for exchange and distribution. , Mrs, Hugh Craig arranged a program around uic ; theme ol 'jprihg'timCt which .included Ihe reading of n number, of modern poems to "Spring" by Mrs. P. P. Jacobs. There was a delightful douce by. little Miss Pearl Cartwright, Miss Catherine nlayedi "Tho Flower Song" by Langc; Mrs.. J. W. Edrhiglon sang "Pippa Passes" by Browning, arid Mrs. Craig read "April's Coming Up- IJB1." A most interesting talk on bur- gcting Ihe family income was ruadc,:by Mrs. S. L. Gladish. yFoiloViiig the pfosrairf 'a delicious Ice course was scry^-i by Mc'sd'amcs E. A. Tcaford'; Ida Tucker, anrl H. H.. Brooks, were hostesses for the meeting, i An out of town gurst was Mrs. Georgia Wlggs of Memphis, who is visiting her niece, Mrs. F. P. Jacobs. ; • • * _ The Christian Workers will en- lortnln members of the First .Christian Chinch at a dinner and a social in the 'club rooms at the courthouse-here Thursday evening. Plans were made at a meeting of ths Workers at tlie home of Miss Fan Nichols Monday afternoon. • • • Mrs. F. L. Phillips was hostess to the Presbyterian Ladles Auxiliary, entertaining at her home here Monday afternoon. , Fourteen members wurc present for the Bible sludy which was lead by Mrs. Gco. Hiring ton. Delicious refreshments were served following the Lesson. Mrs. G. B. Sograves lead the Bible study lesson at the regular meeting of the Methodist Womans Missionary Soclely Monday afternoon. On the program were Mesdames A. S .Rogers, C. L. Drake and C. M. Harwell. filxlmi members attended the meeting which was -held In the church parlors. • » • Dr. and Mrs. L. Howlon iivovj to Hoxlc Tuesday lo see the Hoxlc- St. Louis Cardinal baseball game. Ray Blades, outfielder and coacli of the. Cardinal team is a brother of Mrs. Howton. Duradenc Permanent Including Bhampoo and Set ----Frederics Wave - - - $6.50 Eugene $8 McAdam's Hc;mly Shop Phone 288 IiiLjram Bldg .... S/ep Into a SILK SUIT and be ready for anything .... s; ilk Suits are hcvc again . . . proving you jusl can't keep a good fashion down. In spile' of their soaring popularity lasl season they are with us again.. . . just as smart, just as wearable, just as practical as c ver. . Printed Crcites Printed Chiffons ... Solid Crepes NEW YORK STORE THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1932 at the home of Mrs. Willie Powell. • * « Brother Hassell of Osceola attended church here Sunday. The Ladies Aid met at the church Monday afternoon to plant a flower garden on the | church grounds. There will tie Sunday school at Lone Oak Sunday morning at 10 o'clock. Tlie Rev. Ed Mllhorn ol Blythcvllle will preach at 11 1 o'clock. Miss Marie Langster spent Saturday night with Mildred and Jewel Maxwell. Mr. and Mrs. Lobly and son Elmer were taken into tlie Lone Oak .church by letter Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs, W. B. Maxwell of Blylhcvlllc spent Sunday aflcr- noon with Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Maxwell. Bufford JarraU has been fn Half.' Moon th» past week and a half with hk, uint, Mrs. Lee Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. Eluitr Vsnclcreatid Mrs. Mary Bovlll of Gosnell spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Odle Hucy and family. Young People of Lone Oak Form Baptist Union The young iieoplo of Lone Oak community, with Elmer Ixjbly as leader, have organized a B. Y. I 1 . U. Tlie officers nrc: Mr. LoMy, president, Miss Jewel Maxwell, vice president: Miss Eunice Jarratt, captain No. 1: Mrs. Earlln; Huey, captain No. 2: Miss Mavor- Icne Davis, captain No. 3. Meetings will k; held at 7:30 every Sunday evening except the first Sunday of each month, when the meeting will be at 6 o'clock. Everyone is invited to attend. The Lone Oak community club met Monday tificrnoon at UK church wllh 1C members and hree visitors present. * Several dollars In cash and chickens was donated to the fund which is being raised for a monument to tlie foriMr pastor of the Lone Oak church, Brother Ed Williams. Anyone desiring to help is urged to see Mrs. J. W. Fields, the president. Next Monday the club will meet New Wonderful Face Powder Prevents Ixirtfe Pores- Stays on Longer l-'or a youthful complexion, use new wonderful MELT.O-GLO Face Ponder. -;Hldes liny lines, wrinkles nnd pores. New French process makes 1C spread more smoothly and slny on longer. No more shiny noses. Purest face powder known. Prevents Targe pore's. Ask today (or new, wonderful face powder, MELLO-GLO, that suits every coin- plosion. _ AdVi Read Courier News Want Ads. SPECIALS FOR IHE WEEK END GROVES SI! 50 NKKO Soap 1ft . 20c Gcrniicidul 2"< - 2£c 1'INKHAM (PI <ir Veg. Compountl 4)i,jD SQUIim 100's - - - 5»c ASHRIN .Ws - - - ;i«lc 1 Lh. 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