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April 19, 1932

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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BLTOHEVjLLg,_(ARK.y COURIER NEWS Society Calcndat Mrs. Dalton Henderson Is hostess lo the Wednesday Contract club. The Wednesday Bridge club jnemtcrs arc meeting with Miss Grace -Webb. ... • . • ' Mrs. E. .M. Huffman Is hostess to llw Ladies Bible study of ths Chureh of Christ at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. O. D. Grimes is leader. Dr. Carolyn Jlcdger ot Ihe Elizabeth, McCormlck Memorial Foundation In. Chlcafio will fpeak at 7:30 o'clock luthe city hall auditorium, on "Tuc AdolMcent Age." •V; -•• Thursday Mrs., Evci'ctl' Gee ts hostca lo tlw Tliiirfdny Luncheon club. Mrs;,'H. A. Smith Is enlerlaln- Ing Hie Mid-Week club. . Blytlieville High! School in 1910]F o ,*, Hits oj Netts Mostly Persona! Frtsbylcrian Auxiliary Makes Pluit Vor The year, Ihe 1'irthday parly of Uie Woman*/Auxiliary in ihc I'rcsbylor- ,l«n cliuivh which will cclebinlc- the 2C;h annjvcrsiry of auxiliary work in (hii dVnoiulnsiilon, plans for Iho canning of trulls and vegetables , and helping.' lo, solve the BUI problem, and Hie hew routine-.of hp.vlng a.visitation day were n-jit- lers discussed nt : the mw'.lng of tho auxiliary at the First Presbyterian chufch yesterday. . The offering- received lit the i, blrtliclny-party,, to "be .given May .SO, will be sfRt'taUhc.horne training departmc;iit : , of twp mountain ^chools in' Kentucky 'whlcli. belong to this church, it .was decided. • In" working' out tho plan for canning ! ln season, it was voted to have a "canning party" when kraut will be : prepared • for lu- tiire consumption. The Dlblc .slndy day In to bb, made into a day of visitation this ^car as the. Bible Is to. be lakeii up in tlio/nuxlllary : programs and ,'lhls change'; *vns .discussed. Members ef. all'circles have, been hiked to set aside the fourth" Mondiy attcrncon of each month for rer !lc!oi;s visiting lu the' Interest of Ihc church.V. ' • . ..' - • •' * . ; Have Program Mtciinx*"- ' ' The 29 members'- ii'nd.-four new members of the t-akc Slreel Mclhp- dlst church missionary • .society hcerd n program yesterday nfter- noon In the meeting held at the Euburban home of the Rev. J, T. Hoed. New members -^cre Mes^ dames Dclmr. Adams, J. T. Vnn Winkle, J. F. . smith aiid : 'aeorge Djiliigcr. ,-\ ji-i'i.'•'">-. • TtiD Rev.- W.fj; fjCRoyiSjirAej'Dn 'Church Extension" \nnd -Mrs. Harry WeSdmnn discussed the material for "ThC; Golden Cross'. In the business session 11 WIIE (innouncixl Ilia 1 , Iho cleaning material, for which crders were taken, had been delivered. Funds rc- "ccKert will be used for the missionary pledge. Miss Angle Hosd and her mint, Mrs. J. W. Malone, served jello tcppcd with whlpjwd cream a^ii cake In a brief social hour. Fraternity tlas New Members. Jtmmlc Tipton of-Caruthei-sville. Mb., and Bill Crihfleld were Initiated as .'members of the Kapps Alpha Thi fraternity iu a meet- Ing last cvcni.ivj at the club looms. OuL of town people present were Pete Sect!, S. Sawyer, J. H. Grain and Clyde Essa'ry of Carnthera- villc, .Milton Webb of Mississippi A. and M. college at Starksvillc and Tommlc McCoy of Pine Blull. .The clinplcr, which has recently ,- .had several dances at the Wo; man's club, is planning for oilier such affairs In Ihe spring mid . summer season. ... ' »- • * Shakespeare Clubs Hear -. Story of "the Tempest." Tho 60 "members of Hie five Shakespeare clubs, recently organized lor junior and Intermediate girls and boys, heard Ihc story "The Tempest" in llij meeting, held S.il- - iirday. Mrs. L. -N. Henbest, sponsor of the groups, told Ihe story at ihc • First Methodist church. In ths mcclings ot Ihe Athens Stratford, Macbeth and P.omeo ant Juliet grougu it was decide:! lo have a luncheon Saturday at ir.e Firsv Methodist church in honor 0! • Shakespeare's ilfthaay.'-A'pril 26. I was also planned lo stress Ihc Better Homes LhcniE> in all tho group: : The Macbeth group, one o.f tin U-o sections' 'for cnUcirii'i ironi "4 to 6 years of age.'will hijye their weekly meetings on Thursday afternoons in the -future.- At this gathering Billy'Wilson . won Hi? prizi for best renumbering the story ." told.' . Harry Halnes jr., won I lie pvi?. In the Romeo and Juliet class fo children of the seini age. In the Junlnr High group officers were elected. Betty Lee McCtitchen is president, Jails Branson socrs tary. and Mildred Lou Hubbard ra porter.-. Louis "Lynch won the prize in th :. Stratford group and in the Altyjn '-, . .class the gilt went to Margaret Led -: - tetter. Tlic two dozen joiingsfcrs who posed for tills photograph con- lltulcd the high school dcparlmeiiL of the Dlyllievillo public school ystcm in 1910. Sec If you can't recognize a few of them. Reading from left to right, ihoy are: Front, row: Cecil Fullorton, deceased, brother of Mrs. U. S. Ilranson; cc Tanner,, ttlorney In Memphis; Munsey Cornell, deceased; Dorn Barrlngcr, physician at Tcrre. Haute, Hid.; Rnlpli stubbs, deceased; Bjras sccoy, merchant ot Dell. Second row:- Noel illcks, policeman, Sun Francisco; Louise Mahan, [iccc.ticd; Addlsun .Uoycc, address unknown; Ucssie Page Walton, sslstam Id receiver al First National ban!:; Olennlc Dcvlll. (rained uirEJ, innn-lrd nnd lives In St. Louis; Clara C.niicy. ihonslit to be tvlns In Arizona; Trice Carpenter, Los Angles. Top row: Flrtt boy's imme Is not known; Itohuul Green, former ounty trcnsurcr; third, nol known; Ethel Drogdon, now married and ivcs In Mlchlgfiiii Carey Wcmlbiirji. DJyllicvlllc; Snashiuc Swift, eacher In- Blylhcvlllc schools; . Mrs. Rlijar Williams, teacher, lutl :IKHUI address was Newport; Jmlla Green, now Mrs. Munte Sanders. Memphis; Leslie Moore, merchant, Blylhevllle;-Rush Holltpcter, Ely lieVHle. . Al top; Edgar Williams. Attrnd Meetlii; • •» SecoBd RxpUst Women. ' The six visitors who allcndsi th meeting of the women of tho S;c end Bap'.lst church Monday after .. noon at the home of Mrs. Chcsle : Norman were Titesdamcjj A. C. Oa '.We, IdA.Rwves; Udell -Kei^om, F ' L- Webster, C. L: Capps, nnd Mr ;; Xjarlos : Hlpps. of Bragg City, PU.teth numbers attended. Tte program consisted of prayer y.iMcsdaincs L. T. Asliei',,W. M.' laylock.und J. C. ]larntsh,.'dqvo- ohal from-John 17 toriducloj by trs. Clint Dimliip unit ' cainincnlf y...Mrs. Blaylosk. For the s"»>ts which friilure tlic lonlhly social meetings,-Mra. Leslie vloore was In charga.'-" The lioslcss, asslsied by ,\trs. Sam lyerton, served a salad course. ... : • Have Meeting. Circles of the Woman's Mission•V Eoclety.;bf the First Melho- isi iMuir.ch nisi Monday aller- oon l 7foi----thcir 'monthly satlicr- In Ihe ilrst group, which met 1 Ihe home of Mrs. M. O. Gcod- IH. Airs. Siilliu Kubler gave the cvollmial and Hie lesson on "The pan Door" was led by Mrs W'i f.-Taylor. The u members of circle 2 who ltemle<! n-incelln? at the home of Irs. M. Jontu heard tho b.iine iibject discussc<l by Mrs. n. N. Varb, Jr., which prcccdctl a round able discussion. Mrs. O. N. irn«k- rei»rtcd visiting the local" air.nrilan orphanage. Circle -I hnd n luncheon meef- 13 at Iho church with Mcsdames G. flubbnrd, A. U. Holland, w. HlSCinson, W. L. Homer nnd A. ). Hudson us hostesses. Mrs. R. Stcndinnn gave the dcvollon- 1 and tho lessmi was in cliargc f Mrs. Hcrncr. Finns were for- inlatcd for Hie annual Mny Day rcnkfas! lo be held this year n the lav.ns of tlii n. A. Lvuch r. O. Hiibbnrd and W. I. Dcntoii .omes. For the next meeting Mcs- ami-s N. 13. Moiinrd, Rlley 1! ones. Elton W. Kirby, Georyc M. .ee and L. H. Moore will be hos- c.^scs. ilis.-lnn.iry I'rnsr.ini IIHil ^t 1'Irsl Ifciplhi Chnrcb. Mis. Frank aimn:o!is H-.I S leacl- at • Haylt Society—Personal Mis. tained LelJoy Whltcner the boys Sunday enter- school clnss and (heir invited Buesls with n party at her home Friday even- Ing. Mrs. J. P. Hcntmi entertained ;r boys.Sunday, se^opl.'class .and their guests •»ltl waning. Mr. and Mrs. James Randolph, Mrs. J. W. Randolph and son, Johnnie \islled Mrs, J. W. Randolph's brother, Van Key and family, Sunday. -. Miss Vcinicc Stanni spent the weck-und here, visiting her 'mother, Mrs. Oln Stanni. Miss Stnutll is a .•itiiilent at (lie Soulhc.ist Mis- touri Teachers college at airaideau. Mrs. Erbesl Liles nntl daughter, Ernestine, shopped In Illythcville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. I'. X. Schumacher, and Mr. and Mrs. Thcon Stroek attended u party at Cnriilbeuville Sunday evening. Miss Maud Heard s|>cnt, the week-end ill I'orlagcvillc as the cucst of Mr. and Mrs. O. D Shcrrill. J. T. Roanc moved In Trlmbull, Tcnn., tills ,wcek. •Mr. nnd Mra. Martin and the Litter's mother, Mrs. c. E. Carter, weic here Friday evening visll- iiiB Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Martin GOOD NEWS FOR BLYTHEVILLE r cf Ihc missionary projrnm ... !'.c First Daptlst clinvcii Monday Hernoon whtn mcnibcn; of ail ircles met Icgellier. -I 3 rcccdinj. the talks Mrs. !;. A. Uahan comluctcil a ctevotlon.il pcr- M and Mrs. Paul L. Tiptoii. ac- .osiipniilctl by Mrs. J. T. Hal;. | an.-; "Hcaiins the Cross for Me". These talks were given: "Uein-.; '. Hero in China". Mrs. E. E. Alex- -iider; "Mts*!on.iry Work In i". Mrs. T. E. Kin;;; "The _ I of iferolsm". Mrs. T. E. rate, and "Oilier Heroisms ot tlic au:^". Mr?. Thccdorc I/igan. Mi's. Alexander aiui Mrs. Tom W. Jackson olfered prayers. Williams Laboralor:es have ar ranged lo have n man in youi (own who will tell jo" about WILLIAMS' FORMULAE. The For jniiilac llicU (hose who hnve bcei j forlmiate enough to gel n boltli ;nre so enthusiastic about. S;i(is I action guaranteed or sour moiic; 1 refunded. Get back yniir pep. You Know Ttial "AVomlcrfuI Recommended for stomach, live mil kidney disordcis covering dys xpsln. biliousness, gasy Mnmacl 1 llslrcss nfter -enllng. Iwnrtbiirn .our stomacli, chronic consllpation sic-k hcadnchc, ncmilis, ncuralcin rheumatism, lame tack and genera Denton News Mr. and ^frf. Odis Bond spent ialuday nl;ht and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Herman Smart. Mirscs Virginia Lovcl and Edilh Harrison spent Sunday with Miss Can-is Mcctaiuihnn. Miss Faiilini! Sklpiier sjienl Sunday wiih Miss Glotlcan Slaylon. I.Ittle Christine Staylou siicnt Jtur'diiy iilglit with Mr. and Jtrs. W.- E.'. Skipper. Misses Fannie Fnrris and Audrey Coweli SfMit Saturday night with Mrs. Gerlle Tackett. The Woman's club met last Tuesday at the home of Mrs Odis Bond. Mr. and Mrs. V. n. Rcddick arc the parents of 3 son \\lio li.ts been named. Billy Rae.' i!oih mc'.hcr and baby arc doing well. Mrs. Hazel Bond shopped In.Bly- theville Monday. Kirby Drug Drug Co. Read Courier Ntv/s Want Ads weakness. Keep your slomnch. liver . sM.ncys healthy nnd nature will he rest. Get n bottlu today fr Co., or Klrby Bros —Ad in Little Rock with Miss Blylhc'.i slslers, Misses Mamie and Evelyn Blyllic, Tliey were accompanied liome by Miss Blytlic's mother, Mrs. Virgil Greene, who tpent th? pa s [ two weeks with Miss Evelyn Blythe, who underwent an appjiidlcltls operation. Miss Maggie Campbell has Miss Maggie Campbell ha, re- Louis, who Is vis t ng el uives | i turned lo hsr lione in Orcenwood, Luxora. Ulatne.5 In winter 1 anl Mb-s., after siKiidlng the /ainllj'. Mr. Ifcttj turned home wllh liur for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Allen und Mrs. Mattlc Allen will have as their I (iiiesls for several days this week . Mrs. .J. is. annum and <i.m"i-.',.v . ' Mrs. Birdie Mckeiu Is a pationt Mlss Mar >'. or Circuvlli?, Miss. Mrs (he McmpliU Bapllst hcspltul. W. J. Wunderlich, Russell Marr »d E. o. Pntfon aUeuded to busl- riis In Memphis ycslerday. Mrs. C. M. Gray is convalescing Her. a week's Illness from infln- nza. Gllllom Is a slslcr of Mrs • Allen. Mr. niii! Mrs. imker Wilson and family have returned from a hrij! visit willi relatives in Memphis.' Mr. and Mrs. Jack lirans'jn invc ictuincd to their home In Musko- >fa ". •- -" l " IIIVM iiujiii! in iSIUSKO- Mis.-W. T. Oberst and Bpurujon 8ee - okla •• nf tcr attending Iho fn- alU-'ison will go lo Memphis to- noral ot Mrs. liraincn's mother. LOrrO'.k' tn nffniiirifini, n^n. n^i.— Mrs. Marv Urmmnn u-hn ^>^j ^ "alU-'l; 1LO 01 rrow to accompany Mrs. Paltcr . Vlvlnii, home and daughter, urn Uie flapilst Miss Ccira LJe Coleman „_ nkle was sjiraitied a week ago, will X conllncil lo the Golf Iloicl, wher makes her noro weeks. , Iwme, Tor several Mr. and Mrs. Waller Roscnllial mil ns-their eurats for the wcek- Mrs. Herbert llrooks i -•nil Mr. tine! >nd Mrs. jji-ooks' father, Ike Men- lel, of Memphis. Mrs. w.' u. Chamblln Jr. an-1 «rs. 1'ark Hatclielt niolorc;! to Kennelt, Mo., Saturday where Uiey net Mr. Clnimblin who had been iltcndlng lo business there They were guests of Mr. and nfrs. Irl Jones. Misses Eli7.ril);lli IJlytJic nm ( Sl .|. ma McKlnnon spent the week-end Mrs. Carter remained over until Saturday iifleriiopn Mrs. M. E. klapji of I'ascola as (he (jiiesl of Miss Liu-Hie- Pan- lolpU Sunday. Keel Myrick, who lias been vis- ling relatives in Memphis tho week, returned home Sun- lay. W. E. McDonald attended -to business In Memphis Monday; : . Ellis Koury of Warden visited irlends here Monday Hflcrnoon. Misses Cecelia and Edna Magellan spent Ihc week-end in Sv:iTt ilslllng Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie irv.'ln. Miss Louise Witt spent the weekend In Carulhcrsville vlsillii" her lunl. Mrs. Uolph Gnines and her irnlher bob Will. !-: Miss Marguerite Cnnipbell, "of Goose Creek, Tex., who lias bean •Isltlng in tile home of Mi. und Mrs. Dan Sanford as (he guest of. .their daughter, Dnphna,.-left icr-, Kennetl Sunday, where : 'aht fin visit oilier relatives : "niid jiends. '' _ : -Mt%!- R. s (f...Brasher was ta'kfcn fo'^Memphls Stiriday inornirig'.Sr' 1 nedical treatment. .'' '" f; - Shawie Noffel of Fiilton, Ky, was the guest of Mr. nnd Mr- Wolf Khouric Monday. Mrs. D. o. Slater, and Mlsse; 3osc and Hnzel BaWivin \isiil- riends at' Turrcll, Ark Satur- daj'. Mrs. Mary Branson, who died "a week nuo. Mrs. JJendcrson C. 1IM, who lias been ill from Influenza since Thursday, Is now able lo be out. 1'ctc Scott, S. Sawyer. J. H. Cain and Clyde Ilssary, ol Cavntlierivilh visited In the city last cvcnhi« Mrs. Itoy Head, who is 111 nl tin Blylhcvlllii hospital, will undcriso ai opciallon. During tier, illness Mr and Mis. Sam H;a;l an sUyln- lier home. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Davis u Memphis wore fillers of Mr am Mrs. Virgil Greene yesterday. Sirs. Carlos Hipp.s, of BragR city Mo. fe n,c (jucsi or Mr. a , lc i Mrs Chester Norman. Miss Lcla Blylho is ill nt ho home on Davis avenue. Osceola Society— Personal Mr.i. J. A. Pigg W as hos(e.=s lo Ihe (wo table bridge club to which .she bclonss Friday afternoon, en- torlalnlng also an extra table o! guests. Mrs. w. C. Pace was winn n r ol high score guest prize, nnd Mrs D P. Crouch won high club prize Guests besides the club member' were Mcsdamcs A. w. Bow=n W K. Dycis, F. P. Travis, W. c Pact nnd B. K Butler. A delicious salad course was served following the gaure. « = » Mrs. Charles Driver entertained Ihe two table bridge club to wlilet- she belongs nt Ihe -home of Mrs. w J. Driver jr., Friday afternoon. High score prlsa was awarded Mrs. Rut! Carlysle. A delicious, salad ami Ice coursi New Grand Loader Ifcirbcr Shop 110 N. 2nd llair Cuts - - 25c Karl E. Parker fl. S. Prcvost: The Nfw SANDALS Ottrc more the TsiHilf.Vy ofTors tho novel . . . mul lioru i^ ;iii ( intcrosting cx:ini])le in which i.s coin- liinoil iiuitlily in stylo, leather ;uul wurkmanslii |) willi L'xlrcinc valiiL'. p as served following Iho eame. Mrs. James Driver was hostess "rlday afiernoan to the too lablc ridge club to wliich she belong, nlertalning aha an exlra lable of ucsU In special compliment, to Miss Estelle Wiitulerlirk of St, TUESDAY, APRIL 19, 1932':TIT Miss Maxlne Brown of 1 lilsii the honorec was presented Sift. A delicious salad course was served following Die game. * * * Little Miss Ethel Wain; Dent 'mall daughter cf Mr. and Mrs R' 3. Dent of Ulytlicvlllc, tpuil flic ivcek-snd In o-'ccola, tlu gn^-i cf Nfi?s Lillian Ward. She came dawn Saturday wltli Miss Ward and MKs Kva.Montasiie, who s|>eiit f-e evening In BlythcvilJc. Miss Eslelle Wunderlich of St Uuls is vislllua relat'iv-ps and friends In Luxora. B. N. Wilson returned to his KOIIIC hen- w K IiiM<lay fi'-m Lnin- siana, where lie has t;en employed with ll:e Male highway dci;aitm?m. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hob ml Gieen o lilyllievilb siOTit Sunday «ll!i rd allvcs here. Mr. and Mrs. I)r:ix!cn llraji- and Mrs. Hnle .Tackvnn snent Saturi'oy evening In Utylhcvilb. Mis. Jobn Wiiils retiiriUMl to her nome hem Saturday alt;T a visit in Little Rot-k with her dnu';!:ler, Mi.;. George Adnms. She was accompaii- Iwl by Mr. and Mrs, George Adiuni, their small (lauu'liter 'Jane, aud Mrs'. Jlhn Adams, who rcmaiiied over tlic week-end. Miss Ifla ClarK. manner of fie Western Union telegraph' oHic- .liere, left Saturday afternoon for »er home nl Granbury,- Texns, where she will spend her "vacation! Protesor George .Uuriis, CCTH of the University of Cincinnati, en route to Memphis on biiEinra, spent Sunday hurc willi Mr. ;n;d Mrs. David P. Travis. I'rof. Burns is n brothcr-ln-law of Mrs. Travis. ienry Watson, Luxora Farmer, Dies Suddenly LUXORA, Ark. — Funeral ser- 'Iccs for Henry Wntson, C5, a aimer, who died suddenly Sunday al his residence here, was held at the cemetery Monday morning willi Rev. p. M. Sweet, 'pastor of Ihe Melhodbil church, oflidat- ,ng. Mr. Waiffln Is survived uy ils wife, Mrs. Julin Watson, and three sons and two daughters, ull residents of Luxora, >ull and s:ivod •' tfie life nf'lir lather, R. O. Bcckwllh. : • . The father was knocked down „., , he bull when he .went into the ,' pen. Warren rushed In, red —--•'••' Boy in Red Sweater Saves Father From Bull MONTESANO, Wash. (UP) Warren lifckwilh, 13, wors a red sweater inlo a bull pen, baillcd and subdued n maddened Jjrs-:> and all, 'and grabbbed a ,.,,, aiiii which was. attached to rings In ail S t bull's nose. The bull turned on him and he dodged behind a tree. Wir- rcn seized (he chain once mere luiail. 1 !!! snubbed, it around a tree as His an,' •• imal rushed past him. ' 'f' > Kead Courier News \vanl Ads Durudene I'ermancnl Including Shampoo 5 and Set ..... Ficdrrles Wave - - - {6.50 Eugene - - - $8 Mi-Adam's licuulv Shop- Phone 2B8 - - - Insram lildi;. I "hile l n St.Louis stop at [ffeciiye/|HoielCLflRIDG€ ° N LOCUST AT 18tn Hcater Jlukfs K.ln-lric 1'oul CLEVELAND. IUP>— John Francis McEnnney. Jr., ]4, was JcilJcel when an electric healer fell inlo a baih lub, converting il inlo n veritable electric pool. in keeping with the trend of the times and AVe Announced ,1'eductionini Garage Popular 1 price Coffee Shop 6, Dminq Room ClubBr-eakfasUSt Luncheon 45t anJtke BtST75* DINNER. IN ST;LOUIS When in Memphis stop at \ 35O i ROOMS j EACH WITH PRIVATt BATH & SHOWER CIRCULATING ICE WATER-I iVi "'• !« ! J H MD Sff ST. LOWS W/TH WHAT YOU SAVE! Sweet Cream linttcr 30c:'I,b. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk l()c Q(. Dtlivcrcd l*honc 74 Uulgnrian Ifuitcvmilk 15c Qt. Go to Church Sunday GMANDISANDAL All While Kid, A, lllnsli-nlcd .85 KLACK & VI'IIITE SANDAI I'afc-nt \";nii|) and Qnarler, \VhiU- Strap and Heel of Men's SUITS Wednesday Thursday Friday 77 all wool-Hand Tailored Suits! Here is an opportunity to share in tho greatest value giving-.event we have ever offered. Nothing reserved! The choice of the house!; Here is everything you demand of a good suit. Priced less than.you pay Tor an ordinary suit. New Patterns! New Weaves! Popular Styles!—G'rcys— Tans—Blues. . Starts 9 A. M., Wednesday IriA Sec Our Window Tuesday for Unsiir- IHtssed Values .He Wei I Dressed '• Quality! Stifle! Workmanship A'o Charge for 'Alterations •10 2 '12 1 1C 1 12 1 11 ?. \i ;rf.; '-o. 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