The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 20, 1932
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PACT TWO BLTTHEV1LLE, (AEK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, Society Calendat . ' . , i Thursday ^ 'Mrs. Everett Gee Is hostess lo the Thursday Luncheon club. Mrs. H. A. Sinith Is cnterlaln- ing tie Mid-Wcek club. Friday -i- The Woman's club Is meeting .11 ; the club house al 3 |i.m. with a ''Meeting of Ilic executive board at 2 p.m. Central P. T. A. Elects WBcrrs : , Mh>. A. O. Hudson was elected ; president of tho Piircnl-Teacher : association--in the Conlral Ward ' elementary school »t the meeting Tuesday afternoon. Oilier officers who were also unanimously clc:U'U .are: Mrs. Si. A. Lynch, first vie. president; . Mrs. Elmer Armstrong second vice president; Mrs. J. \V Shouse, secretary; Mrs. ' Vlcloi Bray, treasurer. "Health was the theme of the program Riven with a playlet, pre sentcd by. .students of Mrs. Net Llttlo Bannister's room, and ft tnlk by Dr. A. M. Washburn. dlrccto: .. of the county health unit, .as six; clal members. Mrs. Ira Gray summer round up chairman, guv an account of plans for this pro ]cct and. the national and s!nt presidents Messages wwo read b Mrs. J. E. Critz for other num . bcrs. . . ' The. finance committee refiorlc 421.15 received from tb> lag iln - • Saturday with Elaine Voter win ' ning ilie prize for obtaining Ih . largest • sum - throujh. her sal 1 . There Is now $25.81 In the Ucas ury. .. . - ' It was announced that Mr. and Mrs. 6. W. McCutchcn will entertain the winning soccer team of the school with a theatre party. Members were urged to take nn .' -active'part in'the "Better Homes Week".to be observed In this clly April 24 to May 1 when an im- uorlant phase to be featured will be the cleaning up and beautifying of Individual homes and yards. Of Ibo 10 members present 3d ! were mothers of students In Mrs. Bannister's room which gave this group the dollar prize for the largest attendance. Gouts a1 Club Party Mesdamts G. G. Smith, M. O. TJsrrj. Horace T. Gulp, Walker H. Baiter and O. P. Moss and members of the Tuesday Contract club were entertained by Mrs. May L. Aldridgc this week. The three tables were atlrnctlve- ly arranged with tulips and other spring blossoms making i\ decorative note. The same color arrangement was noted lu the stuffed tonnlo salad cours? f,?rvcd. Ash trays were awarded Mrs. Hunter C. Sims for club honors and Mrs. Gulp won a make-up box . for th; guest prize. a * • : J»nio> HU!i Class Has Memory Work Honors The 7A class of Use junior lil'jli "school held a memory work contest recently with Cecil Branson winning first honors when he committed to memory 404 lines. Bn- ford Hawkins won second place with 34D lines and Bessie Sue Ar- ivood won third honors with 340 lines. TIN/CAPE? fOP" BALMY SPRING DAYS' WARM DAYS IN TOWN THE FROCKS BE- IOW WITH THEIC REMOVABLE CAPES ARE MORt eOMFORlASLt THAN THE REGULATION TAILORED •SUIT. AT TUP. LEFT, APPLE GREEN WOOLGPEPf IS USED WITH A LARGE BOW Of RUST AKIO Ytttow POLKA COTS. M THE CENTER . A *i HI TE-TOPPED FROCK OF NAvy ROUGH CREPE ADOS A CAPE OF M/VVY WITH A TIE OF THE WHITE AT THE RIGHT, 6L A<3£ WOOL CCEPE IS USED FOR BOTH FCOGK AND CAPE. HEO, WHITE AMD I31ACK PiAID VORMSTHE.LCie0U.Af? AMD CAPE LIMIUG. Bits of News > Mostly Persona! Dress to Match Your Personality Van Redman of Uiachvillc ul- Icndcd to business here Monday. Mrs. Sum Grimes of Troy ,Tcnn. Is visiting relatives Ivsrc for a few days. She arrived Sunday night with her daughter, Mrs. Jim Mil- hom and daughters, Dora Lee und Jlmmlc Cleo, of Lcpchvlilc, who vLsllcil the week-ond in Troy. L. v. Burke and J. M. Burke, of Fulton, Ky., spent ycslcrday with their brother, T. J. Burlier and Mrs. Burke. J. L. Womaclt, of Aniba; Dutch West fndics, accompanied by Mr. und Mrs. Hall Douglas and son. n?Jlx>H, and P. L. Womack of Karnjik, 111., were the guests al Mrs. Alice Womack and daughter:, over Ihc.' week end. They were accompanied lo Knrnak Mombiy by Mrs. Jcssfi M. Wijltj who will visit relatives there for two weeks. Hives Allen Is attending to business In Marked Tree this week. Mrs. P .L. Husband returned night from reveral days slay in Memphis where she attended n meeting of physicians and nurses. Dr. Husband and Miss Byers, mp- erlntcndeut of the nurses at the Blytl<.?vlllc hospital operated by Dr. Husband, returned Monday Dr. and Mrs. P. D. s'mllh and Ur. Paul U Tlpton will spend tomorrow at Walnut nidge where they will atlciiri the mcollng of the First Councilor District of the. Arkansas Medical Sociely of which Dr. Smith Is secretary. . Mrs. Oscar Bailey returned yesterday from Caruthersvllle, Mo., where she visited for several days. Sara Lou McCutchcn return?-! Monday from the Memphis Baptist hospllal where she received treatment for two weeks. Her mother. Mrs'; O. W; McpiiiiliSfys.whp'.has been with her,\ac?ompisnie<1..he/ home. ' '"?'•-"-• : -:.- '• •£•. •;•'.' • Mrs. E. B. Wills ls/-a the • Memphis ''Baptist. lipspltnl here she underwent-an operation veral daysVaso. t, '-.'•.•.'"'•• Mrs. Dan ;-M. • Duilkjn "is llfnt he Memphis' Baptist: hospital. Among those who .'are attcnd- ni the meetlnfr of the county council of Parent-Teachers in Wll- on today are Mesdames R. N. jr.; Floyd White, Harry W. Haineg ?. R. Babcock, 0. W. Af- fllck,--? Ed.Hardln, ,Edgar . Bonmi. lownrd Proctor. -M. A; New fjfifl .iij ! -Styles - Prices -lvalues Joan Crawford (upper right) and Jeanelto MacLtaiald (lower left) both arc Titian-haired "types," but their varying personalities require different clothes, according lo Luci en Lelong. Paris couturier. Similarly, Lily ail Tashman (upper left) and Marion Davies (lower right) have many features in common, but Miss Tashman's "sophistication" and Miss Davics' "daintiness" demand opposite sorts of costumes. ing of n room ;it the Samaritan Orphanage of this city. Anyone who d-Mlres is Invited to assist in this project. - | It was announc'jd that the nexl[ meeting will bu held May 17 with Mrs. Curl Matthews at Promised Land. • • a Latigc P. T. A. Has \ llralth Program Tho 40 mothers and Sleele Society—Personal who attended the meeting of I lie Lange Parent-Teacher association Tuesday atlerncon henrd a program on Healtli. Crawford Gre.ine. sup- of tho city schools, ' Mr. and Mrs.. N.,Johnson and Mr and Mrs. Sims Mlchle spent Moix I day in Memphis. tetchcrs XIr - Ilnrt XI ' :S - Altcr(l Kc> ' of Dcn Haimraock-Knberlson Miss Gladys Marie Robertson and G'-orge C. Hainincck, botli of this city were married Saturday evening April 10 at the First Mcl-h- ton were dinner guests of Mr. an. Mrs. Walter Wilson Sunday. Tho Y. W. A. will be cnlcrtain ed by Mrs. Hadley Limbaug Thursday evening. M»ke on "Healthy Chlldvcn nmlj *'• n " d Mrs ' Willie Gran an (•'roper Health Habits" and "The '' "'r!T? B " C ? n' „„ Value of the Summer Round Up" ".' s -, M <- c " ( cllc » •»' ' li! - Rllz ""» «as disced by Miss Winnh Vh- t«: In BJytlicvllkj Sunday, gil Turner, county supervisor. Mrs. M «- George Melville spent oat- Znl B Harrison read messages! " r<i »i' ln Memphis. BRIDGE Marsh' M. CatUwiiy, J. W. Shouse. | and Miss Willie A. lift-sou and '") »^" Miss Elizabeth Hnlslend. mvmionts Charles B. Clements of Bir-1 opponents BY WM. £. JEcKENNEY Secretary, American/ Ilritlge League One of U:e first, mistakes that the average player at contract timkps is to try to -bid -very hand for a name. It is just as Imptt- ! tant to get partial scores out of average hands. As a matter of fact Clothes Suit Individuals, Not Types, Says Couturier By JUI.1A RLANSIIAKn NEA Service Writer NEW YORK.—''Dress to suit your personalityt "Don't c'ecide that you fit into this or that category o! 'types'— blonde, brunette, Titian-haired. You may look exactly like some famous blende, even have \her facial,contour as- well- as "litr coloring' but your own i>er50nality may be very are possessed ivllh the | _ That Is thcjidylce of Ixc!cn Lc- formcr school mutes and acquaintances here. Hospitalsplotcs Patients dismissed ".from the Bly- thevilio hospital: 'Alice May -Freeman. Doll:.; John-HaTpfr, city.; odist church parsonacc the Rev. P. Q.. Rorie, pastor, officiating. The bride who Is Ihc .daughter of Jack Robfjrtson, has lived here a number of years. - Tho young couple will make their home here, as Mr. Hammock Is connected with his father, owner of the East Main Drug store. '-•»•• Clnh Has Curst ' ' Mrs. Charles Wiley was the cucst of Mrs. Viclor. nvay yesterday afternoon when she also had -incm- beio of the Youn; Matrons Bridge club for the. weekly contract gain?. BotUoy prints went to Mrs. - Doyle Henderson for the prize and Mrs. Wiley given a lunch cloth. - A fruit salad with cheese sandwiches and oatmeaV cooki:-s, refreshed the players. Tiiiips and spirca decorated the hostess' living room. •; • • • -. Girl Scouls Plan Pet Show Thursday. in connection with the "Be Kind to Animals Week" trov 7- of th3 , local Girl Scents is to sponsor a "^ pet f.hcx Tiursiay attrrn:on in tta opricullLral room cf tr.» high school. Any kind of p;t may b? en- tered with entrancs 1x ten cents and-a prizs -R-iil to awtirdc-d for thj "betr pet. ... Admli=icn of five cents will be charged for from the national mid stale presidents. . Boys and vsirts ot Ihc first suulc ?nvc n health plnylct. dircclod by Mis-s Eve Harwell. For music Intre was the P. T. A. SOUK nncl a vocal duct by Miss Harwell and Mcmpms. Mis s Mary Ellen Stevens wllh Mis. r Sixm^Hn: C. S. Stevens at tlis piano. Miss F.llziibclh Halstcad's k'OIX Hoy Ciiithrldsc and Mr. Bryant of Lcnchvillc- were hsi-e Sunday. Harrol Altars, James no-.ine and Jamrs t.ucy ot Haj'ti und Misses Helen Viek, Ruth Harper and Mildred Over turf spent Sunday In Memphis. .nicy with several friends from Memphis and Mr. nml Mrs. Dixie Crawford of Biyihovlllc uerc looks far His Favorite Omelet "the'dollar pr.ze" for ilic l« s tl8| icsls ° r Mr ; and M«. W. S Han- dance a,uon g the 40 present. .", nt Iasl BK *- C1 " 1 hcrc altendance "ouncil Members <)uill Members of the woman's coun- of the- First Clirlflian church. Miss Mary D. Baker of Dyorsbnrg, with Miss Evelyn Biggart and her mother. Washburn leading Ihe devolionnl "'=t >» the anne r"iod • ct:ll rch Monday in the reeling tliis week, niiillc-iij, MlM Helen Marvcll of Memphis at the Home, ot Mrs. E. K. Lttl- '« spcncitig this week here a.v th: mcr ' e«cst of her sister, Mrs. C. E. Mll- Thc charily Bro-.:p was In charec! lcr - an(1T 7v ?f- M " 1 , or -, of. the ptonrnm xvilh Mrs. A.M.; The Ladies Missionary society ; - •""• '- the annex o( the MMhcdist aflcrncou with 13 Gcorse Me-' uiembers present. Plans were midc Lcod 1 ".ind"Mre."M!"T! Moon, served' <°- H>e « lcl ' c » o' clock scivices which I ley are to be- hi'cliarge of next Euu- |day, as Rev. boss will not bo here. Mrs. R. L,. Whdc of Maiden will assist In the services. .. 1 Mesdames J. F. Bbglc, P. E. Fender. Stella Turley, Eunice Childcn SAN ANTONIO, Tex. (UPi—Af- ter lookin? the world ovtr (<-.r th; rccipc of 1)U favorite Spiuiiri "mo- let, Rurecll A. CralR, Plllslleld. ^tc.. wrote the Chamber of Commercr liera for did. While a private In tbe United Slates Aimy at Snn Anlonio In 1917-1R. Crniir ntc omelets nf 1111- forgcltable aroma and tasip. A Chamber of Commerce rciirvstuw- live Ls.louriiiB formsr army cnfes here in search of Ihc cWicacy. guesl of Miss Hazel Drod-rvick this week. V 7-6-3 i »Q-J-10 ! *J-1 0-8-7 ! AJ-7-5 V9-8 • 8-7-65-3 AQ-9-6 NORTH V- m u) > UJ <fl 5 H Drator SOUTH . | AA-Q-8-J 6-4 I VA-4-2 » 9-4-2, A A- 2 410-2 VK-Q-MO-5 *A-K *K-5-4-3 i»2 Thc Bidilins Soulh, l-hr dealer, start. 1 ! ih= con- Iracling with ono li?arl. West pass- 3 and as iVorlh doc-.s uct have ncr- nal support in he.irt.s. his proper in the o:ic-ovfi--o:ic - c .ys- oin is one no trmr.p. N'o-.v the land l-.oUVi Ihrec tricks. anJ many players who ad- Mr, ami Mrs. U. Uraham rf dcubiiiiH with the cc.-iod. . The hostesses, Mrs. refreshments. Miss Evelyn Frank Most Popular Girl in Steele STEELE. Mo. — Al the high ' school' glee club Slcoie I ! and Carl Shceley will attend the annual conference Methcitlst Mis- sioiury mect | ng ' Rl ,cap 5 Olrar;cau have moved here from Memphis. J. R. Kcllcy Is sick this v.c;k. Word WAS received I'.^r: Mcnday of Ihe death of Mr. Powell cl Itol- len, Teiui. He Is the st:ii-f.ilhsv of S:\rn. CJiicncc and Cliariic Wajslcr and Mrs. Jack Neil of Cootrr and grandfather of Mrs. Qucnc? Davis of this clly. Mr. nrul ^ix-T-s. J. R. Morjan nixd daughter Pauline w-erf puosts cf Mr. and Mrs.'.J. U. Nccley'b! Ca-jbld two spades, tiuhersvil'ic Sunday. "Jcriy of Jerico Road," given lnst' |T ,, llrsdllv an[i prma F . n( ^ .^ S8 ... 1 ^ 1 . S T. ™ nl L., w S D. L. Fotta and M elected Etcele. the most popular sirl ,nd Miss Mable Smit-i •] were visitors in Osceola Sundny. sonality. Garlio vs. Dietrich "Take Cireta Oarfco and Marlcnc nietrich," Lelong began illustrating his point. "They botli are blondes, with finely Ecnlptored faces and high cheek bones of the Irne Nordic type. But they aren't a bit alike as' to personality, and their clol!:es accentuate this. "Carco has a marvelous head, expressive eyes, sensitive month: these lire \vlm her public seos. While she is very slender, she iuis broad and must select clolhcs to detract fiom this \\Wth. She is an cul-dcor person, and tnilorei things arc her best medium. Even her evening things can be made distinctive and alluring with line, rather than elaborate cut and trim. Torlunatc Murlrnc! "Maricue Dietrich, on ths ether hand, can wear both tailored and ultrn-femininc tiling, provided she doesn't carry th? idea of femininity to Ec.ilher senrf.s. ruffles, cver- thinks resemble .each .other as lo type, but not personality. Bolh are Tilian-hah-ed, alluring, but Joan Crawford excels in dashing, vilal charm while Jeanettc MacDonald has a soft, feminine- appeal. "If I were to choose costumes, for Miss Crawford, I would have the utmost .simpliclty-^smartly- tailored ensembles and stunning plain colored evening thiugs." "Miss MacDonald. on the other hand, can wear clothes that arc very feminine, soft stuffs—'pretty clothes.'" Two more aclress2s who have some features in common are Marion Davies and Lllyan Tashman Tiiey arc approximately the same "type" but in. personality they are | utterly different. • Sophistication Vs. Daintiness "Miss Davies is very small, dain- , almost elfin, with a touch of the •jcmciant gamin In her," Lelong alyzed her. "She looks excced- gly smart in Uillcrcd spectator »rls tilings, in elongated gowns nd coals, in pastel shades of blue, ecu. gray and boise de rose. While a perfect complement for h?r del- ate coloring. Miss Tnshman, ho«-- er, while small and blond, has a iphUticated personality and may ear the unusual in line, color and :sture." ' ' for Wear Now and.,. : the Hot Weather '•£ -•i i—Printed Crepes V : ! —Printed Chiffons" 1 '"" —Solid Crepes ^i Adorable Sport and .lack-cbn,',. Styles shown in navy anil;- the light shades fov summer"- and $10 . .. , cnc-half i nm mcd hats and th: like. Miss Dietrich has a licautifui t'^uro an( should be go-.inctl to ;lls!il:iy it, but ^ .strictly to tiie rule tlvjt you should double with Uirea and one-. " n ' ot "over-emphasize"it".'"'' h:ilf tricks, would ninkc thr mistake | Jo;lU Crawford and Hut Icl us Mop and lijure the hand out. Soulh bid her.:l. L :—you have a icni; spnde suit. The finly resigns? tbat you c.\:\ -.^KC:'. from partner is clubs or dUuiouJf-. ; nci |:r;;;:ired lo pl.iy With n r.nnl of this typo, il is far lion Jeanetlc ld are another pair of mo picture actresses thai Lclong heart- is led, E:ist refusi!!^ ID ivin j Declarer fellows up with th ' cuceii and now East could defca either suit.! " 1D contract by refusing l;> win thi trick, tut Ihe natural nhy is th teller to show your own saL; a;id Mr. and Mrs. Hoyi CiUlor attended to biuslucss In Biyth^ville Mon'ay altcvnoon. Mr. and Mrs. Copper Maliiics s\xnl Sunday with friends iu Pjr- laBcville. nhd now it is quite true th.U Xorth :as a scattering cf hcr.ors. but :hrre arc no real quirt: Iricks in Miss Josephine Holly has nccept- Mtsscs Gcraldinc Dodd nnri Ru Associitton Plan* for Swpmcr Work Plans for- beautifying tl» Maple Grovo cemetery Ihls summer were ' nude al a meeting of the group • •• TxicEday afternoon iat lh» home of -.' Mrs. Frank W.rfft. With the money obtslned in the recent tag day, : nnd tuo lunch sales which tolaled "..-' *8o. the grounds arc to be kept placing Other conlcstants. placed In nomination by vnriovts Stcele- business houses, were. th,-> Misses Mollie Lee Biles. KMo .Gvocttctl. Doi- lle Lane, Lucille Southern, Thelma Pallerfon. Lotl^ Dodd. Annie Mae Alexander, Martha Drown, Madelyn Baugh, Juliette Fran);. Irene Guthric, Helen Copolavid, Rulli McD.inlel. Imogene Manning. Evt-lyn Bigtsnrt, Hazel Weaver, Joiner. Ark., this week. Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie Oiau lave rented Ihe Mrs. S. A. Bums residence and will move Inlo il a? soon as. Ihcir furniture from Blcomfield, Ark., arrives. Mr. and Mrs. Courtney, who have jusl vacated, have moved lo the McLellin residence on Highway 61 south of the city. Mrs. Cnrl Hastings has returned to her home in Braggadocla alter children of Bragi>adncl* wcve quests of Mr. and Mrs. C. P. ilow.ird Menday. The Woman's Miwioinry Uniaii met, at the Baptist church Monday afternoon. They made phiis [or a moved and beautiful until funds are exhausted. ' Tfc-2- 12 members present heard Mrs. B. A. Huge speak on the drive for "Better Homes Week" in irhicb she stressed the bc'iutlfy- Mnrj- Ktwt Carr. and Mrs. Juan-'| an extended vlsll \vlt-'.i relatives in its Stccle. The contest was spoil- Illinois. sored hv Ihe high school alumni i Mr - an <* Mrs - Hudson of Desring 1 •• i were guesls in the home o! Mr. and jMrs. R. C. St«le Sunday. Qarson Mosley. who is attending ace of hearts nnrl an immediate re j turn of the diamonds, still I'.cpin South is Justified in ovcmllmi i for ln <> clllb ™ n - Ilo «"vcr. Cno ds tilh. three hearts. W-; should pa«! ? 1 . a> " 0 _ r .*' i ". s . w . u J;. th !!,?."?? 3 ! ul '. Mti his five of hearts, winuiuj in :'um my with the seven sprt. Tiio de c!aix:r discards his two Icjin; club -..met and the bs.-.t iloclarailoii is to 1 -° llc °» th . e *""" of d!: >'«on<i lass Hist would also IMS'-. and cne °" '''° 8 °T n ' no x - .' T |, c ].| av I Careful play aim correct bicidin West has no choice tut to op-n I " avc B ivcn ti;c dcclarcr Lhc lop of his partner's ~\r.\- jack of spade;. Tiic kinj is played from dummy and the trick is »-3ii by East with the ace. n.xst makes a clever return—"-5 nn^r'.Mds his ace of clubs, playiuc ihe deuce and putting South to'the difficult miess. But the only Justification for Eisfs c.mis. ar,d South bl4 was should go light in witii his kins ot clubs. Before learim;; iri;i:-.;) i-u in dummy ty le.inii:; (lie tcu-spat Read Courier NCV.-S Want Ads i Jonesboro A. and M, college, Is the I proving. 1 <• IravellnE bazaar. Th;y xvill also have a social for Ihc tnrmVr*. Otiio Slanlicld aiKl Gvur- Brown were pucsts at a p.ivly uiven bj Miss abd>-s Swift M :UT l:;:ni< Caruthersvitle Saturday tilOii. which ' Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Workman and son James Henry have returned from St. t/jii'j; whew the latter was taking treatments fcr au to as to get a cl;;b 11.11. but the eye iuji:ry. The eye is reported im- declarer wins t>e with the score of 90. (Ccpyright. 1932, NBA Service. Tnc For Pains Due To Neuralgi; Millions have found quick rcli from nciiralsic hcadnchcs. rhei nnlic pains, and women's pains b akin? Capudine. nchi; liquid ivrs relief much quicker than Ui an-i then leads ihe nine- of dla- nicuds. itopin; ;o tr; his partner In the lets or poxvdcrs. It soothes ti i'is acn r.f c'.ubs nerves and quickly stops the ace, fake-carding. The king of at founts. Capitdlnc doos not upset t lomach and (iocs not, contain op tcs. At drug stores in lOe, 30 and 6Cc. bottles, also by the do Read Courier News Want Ads CARDUI c:can up the wocdwork in youf Iwuse with the Magic Cleaner. Come ill and see it at 111 S. Second St. SAM MKISKI, 5 Durnricne I'crmancnt Including Shampoo $ and Set — - - Frederics Wave $fi.W Eugene - - - $8 McAdam's IJcuuty Shop Phone 233 - - - Ingram Bid?. Swccl Cream Bultcr 30c Lb. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Q(. Delivered Phone 74 Bulgarian Butlcrmilk 15c Qt. Go to Church Sunday The smartest style. 1 .; . . . the desired materials . . . the lowest prices. ' $1 to $3.95 Doesfyn GLOVES Eggshell an:l While, pull o« styles, wnshablc New shipment of Miss Simplicity Foundation Garments MISS WHITSITTS SHOP

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