The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1932 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 27, 1932
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PAGB TWO (ABLE COURIER NEWS Society Calcnda) The Wonder Sunday school class of the Uke Street Methodist ehuich Is having a parly lit Die ; church at 1:30 o'clock. ..-..The Rho : AIpIia cliapler of tlic Epsllon Sigma Alpha sorority Is meeting at the Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. M. O. Usrey Is hostess to the Mld-Week Bridge club. Urs. Everett Qee is entertaining the Thursday Luncheon club. • .' Friday The Junior Juvenile court of the Maccabees Is meeting at the W. O. W. n»U. The Music department of (lie Woman's club is meeting with Mrs. Russell Farr and Mrs. John Meyers at the hop? of Mrs. T. H. Hayncs with Mrs. ' B, A. Bugg as '«**• : , I ••.»•.:•* The Ladles Bible' class of the First Methodist 'church Is meeting with Mrs. W.' A/'stlckmon witli Urs. John . Smp'thcnnan also hostess. ' ' ' Bmlntiic Womrn Hr»r Pwt N.nitnl FnsMwkt. Mrs. Mai tori H^McClepch of Ann Arbor, Mich., psus't national president ol trie Business and Professional Women's club, addressed members of the 'clubs in District 5 .of the Arkansas group In Paragoukl . Monday' evening. Represfpttng the Blylhcvillc club were Males Minnie Matthews, Nell Harris, Margaret Merrill, Mamie Louise Edwards, Corn Lee Balcl- rldge, Althea Ettwards, Marie llar- Tilsh, Mrs. Tom P. Jones,' Mrs. E. F. Belt, Mrs: John'. H. Long, Mrs. Charlotte Shepherd, Mrs' Sue R. Mason, Mrs. H. L. Reynolds, Mrs. Lewis Phillips and .Iwo giiesls, Miss Virginia .Tompklns and Mrs. Ruth McComb of Little Rock. Tho local members, with members ot clubs at Jonesboro, Newport «nd Corulng which arc included In District 5, -were guests at n dinner given In honor of Mrs. McClench. This was followed with a musical program and the address. "Hescarch" was the tlienic discussed In the discourse which dealt with the ten year objective, accepted by the national group at Richmond, Va., last year. Compiled by Mrs. McClench, she Is thoroughly • limillar with the plan which Is nwerins with wide approval. Her .sUtement "During the next derjade ' the national federation should nt itself to assume real leadership in thinking on economic problems and their social implications with a view toward helping in I he establishment, through scientific methods, of conditions which assure to women, and lo men as well, tlic , fullest possible obligation and reward for Ihe development of whatever capacities they may possess" explains the thoughts brought out in this talk. The visit of Mrs. McClench, who attended the state convention last 'week-end at Pine Bluff, was considered a rare treat by those who heard her. After having completed her work as national president site is now national membership chairman. • • • Meeting Postponed. The meeting o( the women'. in the First Presbyterian church scheduled for this afternoon was postponed until tomorrow afternoon. Miss Cornelia D. Engle of Louisville, Ky., a student 'secretary of the assembly's committee of Christian education and ministerial rt- lief, is to give an address. She Is speaking at the church tonight. 1:30 o'clock, following a supper meeting for the boys and girls. • • » T« Attend Party IB Memphis Friday. Members of the Young Matrons Bridge club and several other guests are to be entertained by Mrs. C. E. Atkinson at her home in Memphis with a bridge party Friday afternoon. Mrs. Atkinscn. who formerly lived here, was a number of the Young Matrons club. • » • Coancll Members Quill. Members of the council ol tlic First Chrisllan church met nt the home of Mrs. E. K. Latlmer Mon day afternoon for a quilting «3 Blon. In the program also given, the Faith division was in charge. Mrs. Gorton Evrard led the devotional and also gave a four minute talk on "Better Homes Week." It was decided to dispense with activities of this group in the Church Loyalty Campaign to be • Md in the first tao weeks of May The hostess, Mrs. z. A. McQuls- ttan, served cake topped with . whipped cream. . • » " • Ctab EaterUiMd. Mrs. J. C. Kclley jr., of Detroit houseguesl of her sister, ilrs. R. N Ware jr., was entertained by Mrs C. R, Babcock when she alt? hs: members of -ths Tuesday Conlrac elub as guests this week. . • A large mixed bouquet of spring flowers was the outstanding dccc rtlioc of the living room arrange! for the two tables. Lingerie wen to Mrs. J. Nick Thomas for' hlgr toon. ...'-." Strawberry shaum tort and oSfi ' • • By HELEN IVELSHIMEK I 'M i>« log Jiiiigi t. . i lor alduwufty .... A WALK M took Li Apfil weather, All l)ic lirwi \Ve line ku^rid! lojilliti. VOUfUttt.liK.Uii.lii, * In iWiifling Joil, A Imli w In a UiU reen p.yV. fKil fun iiifj lo rfjm. .. UlncfJ ikcmall Vt'lita ifce (jH nim ccrul Frank Brcn-cr, who has been qulto in for-n week, Is IKW Im- Wrapped in ane The very latest . . . not lo man- Ion the very least ... In bath- ng suits In: Hollywood Is shown bove. Joan Marsh, movie actress. <; nil wrapped in cellophane, but Poplar Bluff Day Will Celebrate Area's Progress POPLAR BLUFF, Mo—Thousand: of people from all over Southeast Missouri lire planning to attend tho Poplnr Bluff Day celebration here May 14 In honor of Southeast MIs- saiirl'f progress..-. ' Guy Unhill, president of the Pop- lnr UlutT Chamber of Commerce, Is director of Poplnr Blufl Day plain Bauds'from many. Southeast Mis- sourVl<>wns,h»yr; already Indicated tlwlr Intention 'of nltendlug. Those considering takrrjg part In the musical parade of "the day include a part of the St. Louis Symphony or- chejlra and bands from. Kcnnctt, Senath, Maiden',, chance, Slkestoh Donlphan, Horncrsville, cnpc -Gi- vardenu, Bloomfleld, anil Elkinore. The two Poplar Blurt school bands also plan to take part In the pro- Bi-nm. Twrf sololsls Irom the St. Ijjuts Symphony orchestru Imvc nc- ccplwl Invitations lo ap|>ear on the program . Tlie HOih Infantry bind of Chaffee is making arrangements to attend with possibly another band from Sikeston-of-Amerlcnn Legion spoiKorshlp. Hospital Notes Hnlpli Barnett; Contr-r, Mo, was dismissed Irani the Blythevllle hospital today. • • Zionist Leader Declares Slump Missed Palestine KANSAS CITY, Mo. lUl'J-p-.ll- estlnc, the ancient home ol the Jews, Is one country.that has not felt the business depression, according to Dr. Nahum Sokolow ot London, president of the \S'orld Zionist organization. """"' 5i!e » O. .W. McCutclien was hostca. In Ix. games of contract bridge Mrs. ark Hatcliclt won Ihe prlzo, a complimentary ticket to the cily's wo shows lor a week. A lima fish salnd, date roll and coffee refreshed Ihe players. oast Modern Pace Causes Increased Insanity BOLIVAR. Tenn. lUpi—The last race ot mo:=rn life must te slowed down in order to stop the alarin- n? increase in ths number of young people who arc losing their minds, in Ihe opinion ol Dr. E. \y. Cocke, superintendent ol the Western Tennessee Hospital lor the Insane. "Past living," is the cause, and 'Apply fr.c brakes and slow lown" Dr. Cocke urges. Wine, women and song—an age old story—constitute Dr. Cocke's delinUlcn of fast living. Less liquor, fewer wild parties and longer hours ol gcod, und sleep are the things that make up the slowing dou'n process. ncmlc disturbances, little Palestine, at Ihe crossroads between Europe and Asia, was going along In Its simple way. interested only as a spectator In the changes around It, Dr. Sokotow explained. But now, while the rest of tbo world is suffering reaction from tlie economic upheavals, Palestine alotig In ifs old way. still ! 1> 1>rC!5lc " has passed th= m declared, : ' • - ..^ . CI* Mecte." •"• All the members of the Tuesda I*nch«eo club, were present at the weekly p»rty yesterday when Mrs. Rojral Coh Back in Sweden KARLSKRONA. Sweden, tupi — Sweden's young royaUcadct. Prince Berlil, ihird son of Crown Prince GusUf Adolf, has relumed home after his first foreign trip on board the cruiser "Fylgia." The ship visited many ports in the East Tn- Qfes. I- Read Courier' News Want Ads Bits oj Neti? Mostly Persona! Among those who attended the- our to Iliu Eoiilhem end of ffis- :!rslp|il county ycstcriiay and the luncheon given' by tho Oaceola Progressive club vterc Me»d»mes ordon Evrard, A. M. Wnshburn, icorge W. Barham, John C. Mc- llnney, Jr., V. G. Hollnnd, V. O. Miller, M. A. Bugg, A. Conway, Hniiiiaii Taylor, Jtimes B. Clark, Bol) nnrnes. L. S. Brlscoe and W. B. Williams. Misses Mildred Mai-gtirct Ricli- nrds, Ellwibcth Oavls, ^oyce Tump kins and Nancy Berger, of Lux- era, were guests of Miss Jamie Nichols Sunday. Misses Lucilo Hourhml aiid Jan Sevltr spent Ihe Wwk-enrl In Steete. Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Ware, Jr. have as Ihdr guest Mr. Ware's sister, Mrs. J. C. Kellcy. Jr., . of Detroit. She win be Joined by Mr. Kelley who Is flying from Okla- liomn CHy. Mrs. II. B. Brny and daughter, M;?s Nudlnc, of Shawiice, Oklahoma, were Eiiesls ol Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bray Itr the week-end. Mr. Biay Is a son of Mrs. H. B. Bray. Mes<t:imes Floyil While. Victor llruy, Hunter O. Sims and R. N. Ware, Jr., motored to Memphis Monday where they met Mrs. J. C. Kclley, Jr., of Detroit, who sc- cqmpnnlcd ihcm here. Mrs. Crawlonl Greene und Mrs. Victor Bray six?nt Saturday In Memphis. Miss Mary Sullcrflcld, ol Mum- phis is the guest, of Mr. and Airs, C. W. Allllck. Mr. und Mrs. Fred W, Scliatz, of Helena who formerly lived here, sro visiting here for two days. Mrs. n. L. Dcdinnn Is able to be up following several Jays 111-, Mrs. Mnx 13. Reid Is 111 at her home on West Main street. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Gray and :on, of Rector, arc visiting rela- tiies for several days. Mrs. QUy Wnlton underwent ar operation at the Memphis Bap- list hcspltal yesterday. She was Accompanied by Mr. Walton, who 's with her now, Dr. Edna Hies and the Kov. Marsh M. Callawaj who returned home last night. Mrs. Charles Levy, ol St. Louis, Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kcsenthal. She is a sister of Mr. Roscnthal. MVs. J. W. Slioiise ami Jfiss JUiinltn Smith spent yesterday Ir Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter uoscnthal have as their guests tod&y Mrs, Heunnn Wolfe. Mrs. Mildred Scotl, Mrs. Cloreiice Frollch. Mrs. Herbert, Hnllc Hrooks and Mrs. Eva PulJiel, of Memphis. tl. I. Haley relurnetl last nighi. from McKcnzie, Tcim., where he visited \ritli his mother, Mrs. Mary Haley, 89, wlio hits been critically 111 but who Is now Improving. Another son, A. C. Haley, also went over Sunday. Kansas Family Followed Footsteps of Pioneers EXCEIStOR SPRINGS. Mo. (UP)—it look courage lor the pioneers to stnrt out west In covered wasoiis, but it seems their descendants nre not entirely lacking in that quality. Walking back from llic joiirnej toward Ihe setting sun witli eight children, practically no moncj and the depression In sway is no small undertaking. Residents ot the outlying district saw ten liitch-lilkcrs trudging nlong the. road. There were the mnthc father and eight children. Kindhearted travelers picked -tfccm up and learned their story. The father's name was C F Heusley. The family had started from Idaho. hitch-hiking to Sjiriiiij. field. Mo. Because ol nn Ineitrablt heart ailment, doctors had ordered Hensley to n lower altitude. WEDNESDAY, ApftiL 27, 1932 Not Perfect-But Just About State of Washington Scorns Slump Talk OLYMPIA. Wash. (UP)— When eople still spend money lo go to the movies, repair their automobiles and continue lo motor srrcnc- ly about the stale, the "dcprroa'.on" isn't being taken too seriously, according to stale ofBclals. Payroll records compiled for 1931, piove theater 1 , operation payrolls decreased only 1275.000 during the year to approximately $900 000. "Although this Industry might be said to be strictly dependent upon Ihofc who consider the cinema a luxury-, |he average wage scale remained the highest of »ny Industry in the slate—$7.07 n day iiver- age." state officials pointed 'cm. The decrease in service .station payrolls was. only S400.000 dlirlng 1931. The automobile repair In- duslry continued to report payrolls In excess of $10,000,000 having suffered only a $2,000,000 loss during CARDUI _ FSTOBIJ Sweet Cream Uutler 30c Lb. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk JOc Ql. Delivered Plume 71 iiin Hut let milk 15c Qt. Go to Church Sunday There Is no sucli thing us a |x?r(cc( woman. accordinK to Professor Lora Maxwell, physical ccliicational department. Arizona State Teachers' College, Flagsuil, Ariz. But Sima Sinialio, 18-year-old sophomore 5hov,n above, comes nearest to physical perfection in the sclicol, 1'folessor Maxwell says. Sina's measurements are: height, 03 inches; weight, 123 pounds; bust, 30 inches; elicit expansion, 4 inches; calf, 13 inches; ankle. 8 inches; hips, 35 Indies. She is a blue-eyed blond, wears, a 1C dress, a size 5 shoe ana is an all- round athlete. Haytt Society—Personal Those who attended the excursion at Caruthersville Monday evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Houston Buckley, Dr. und Mrs. w. P. put, Mr. and. Mrs. Herbert. Milsap and Mrs. Clyde Mathls, Misses Margaret Hill, Sadie Mitchell, Irene Worth, Eurie Burrcss, Christine Grady, nazi-le Stallings, Agnes Crady, Grace Kowc and Louise Morgan; Messrs. H. M. Dcweesc, Bill VVilfccrion, Frinik Foster jr., Leonard Ti'aMor, A very Gardnc-r, John D. Fields, diaries Amas Morgan, J. JI. Mumfonl, Fied Rove, Byron Bryant, Leo Cullman, Ernost !*f- ler, Robert Reynolds, Walter Denson, and D. w. crantord. EllLs Koury of WarSell was here Tuesday visituig friends. J. A. Myers returned from the hospital at, Memphis Friday, lie is Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ballard moved here from CliafTpp iust week. Mrs. A. F. llogc motored to Mem- pi! Is Saturday. Karl Wilks Iclt for St. LouU Monday for a few clays visit. Mcsdnmes Vic Siglcr and liert Hall visited in Tyler Saturday. John Wliit«ncr and fainily who llvo wesl of town, vlsilcd Mr. and Mrs. Vic Sigler Sunday. •. Etlwl Dorrls and John L. Dori'is III motored to Blythevllle Monday on haziness. R<?i-. and Mrs. J. w. Walker and Mesdames J. F. dimmer and Melbourne Fjy, and Mi^i Flora Bujehi attended a Baptist ministers moot- Ing at Charleston Thursday. Mrs. H. G. Harmon visited at Blylhevllle Saturday. Tom Jennings, who Is employed at Jackson, spent the week-end here visiting his wife. Mrs. M, Tussle of Osc30la vislistl Mrs. H. G. Harmon :i few days this week. Prizes Awarded Tuesday at Osceola Club ? s Quilt Fair How to make the most of your Time CSCEOLA, Ark., April 27—More .Iran a hundred women from all parts of Mississippi county yes- ;erday attended the quilt fair where 50 quilts were displayed in the club moms nt the court house .is a pint of the observance, of better homes week sponsored here by the Osccoln Wontcns Progressive club. Quilts wore entered frcm practically every town In Ihe county and prires v ; eve awarded In five :laHcs. Mrs. Rl L. Qiuim ol Osce- Jla won the prize, a pottery bird bath, foi- the most artistic ap- plifiuc riuilt; Mrs. Sweet of Luxora Ihe pi-lzc. a pottery straw- j berry jar filled with blooming j plants, in the placed quilt class; Mrs. E. H. Tuber of Luachvlllc. a pair of pottery vases filled with tulips, in Ihe embroidered quill class; Mrs. F. p. Jacobs, of Osccola n yard bench for the best selection of quilts, including 4 models: Mrs. J. W. Edrington, the prize, for the oldest quill, a silk crazy quilt nciirly a hur.dicil years :lrt which belonged to her grandmother; Mrs. Smith of Leachville. the |;rira for the prettiest l)Bby liillt. mi electric iron. Mrs. Ida Tucker ol Osceola won the prize, * planted hanging! basket, for the quilt with Ihi; ujust el.iuor.iIn nark. Mis. L. S. Mitchell, Ix-tier homes chairman, and Mrs. J. w. Edring- :on. president ci the Progressive club, were in charge uf tlic exhibit. Judycs \serc Mcsfhuics L. G. Byerlcy of Leachville. Paul Liggett of Wiljon, Walter Wco:l of Luxora, -Icia Tucker of Osceola and Clara Tucker of Biloxi, Miss. Following the quilt fair visitors went on a tour of better homes ntici community improvement pro- Jens open to the publ!c here yesterday which included Violet cemetery, the Mississippi county home for the poor, the Bcatl Hotel Park, and outdcor living rooms at the homes 0(1 Mrs. Jr'inlcy W. Cait- wright, Mrs. P. P. Jacobs and Mrs C. E. Siillenger. PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM lmp«rl*ColoT and Beauty toGr«)TAn<iF*dtd Hair foc.iciiioo.tRiLgsi,:,. • HJKOl Ctta. WU.Pi:dnyn,N.T. IJuTiidcne Permanent. Including shampoo and Sol . Frederics Wave - - - ?6.50 Eugene $8 MrAdam's Hcauty Shop Phone 2«S - - , Ingram BWg. IF YOU only hod time;. . . How often you have thought that I How many interesting and profitable things you could, do — if you only had the time I Here's a way to have more tinie. Let electric appliances do more of : your household' wqrk:" :: Clean more swiftly. Cook more conveniently — the electric range carries on by itself whether you are there or not. Speed up washing and ironing. Breakfasts are less trouble and more pleasant with the toaster, waffle iron and percolator. Electricity is so inexpensive that you are giving your own time toofcheaply if you work without them. Don't undervalue yourself! s 1 ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER COMPANY Sandals - Pumps Si raps - Tics For Ladies ;imi Hij; Misses Seme of these styles broken lots that sold $2.45 and $2.95 Btack. fic:l, White, Blond K:il \ and Patent Sandals. I Sport Oxfords Blond Mesh Samin.'s Beautiful Sandals Patent and White Ki-1 Spike Keels $2.95 Sheer Chiffon 0. C. Ganskc W. Main FINAL CLEARANCE of Summer Coats — Suits Dresses—Hats At Extremely Low Prices One Riick Dresses At Exactly Half Price Choice of Spring Hats Values to $6.50 $1.95 MISS WHITSITT'S SHOP

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