The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1932 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 10, 1932
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lifABfctlfD ELY COURIER NEWS Society Calaidat ' '•' . WeAnfay '. The Junior High ScJiopl P. T. A. !» meetinf *t tiie school 'at 3'pjn. ; M thtr« U to be no study club. Mrs. Randolph- Smith Is hostess to the Wednesday". Contracfclub. The vonen of the Church ol ' ChrUt «re meeting at the hon>e ol •..Mrs. Wilter CUrk' (or a Bible ^rtwty on "Crossing 1 ttije* Red Se»" with lire. Jake Jones is leader. . The P. E. O. IsinicfUng at the home of Mrs. T.i.'J. Mahan with Mrs. B. A. Lyncji in* charge if the program beginning at 2:;io o'clock. Mrs. A. Conway i s having the MW-Week Bridce club. The Thursday Luncheon club Is being entertained by Mrs. Everett B. Ore. Mrs. Herscrmt Smart Jr., Is having the Pre-School conference o! the Armdrcl schoe!^- Thc Literary dcj)artmciil of the Woman's club is meeting at the club house at 2:30 p.m. The Elliott ' Fletcher chapter of tlw United Daughters of the Con leteracy is meeting s\t the home of Mrs. H. M. Adklnson with Mcs- damcs Hcrmin Cross. John Webb »nd Mary Phillips hostesses, and Mrs. J. D. Birksdal; leader. % Friday The Pre-School P. T. A. Is meeting with Mrs. HaJry W. Haincs at 2:30 o'clock. The Junior Juvenile court of th< Maccabees is meeting at the hall. Circle 1 of the Woman's Missionary society of the Lake Street Methodist church is nicellng at the home of Mrs. George Shanillii, 700 Lilly street. Baptist Women Attend Meeting Members of the Woman's .Missionary society in the First Baptist church, attended circle meet' ings yesterday afternoon and Jntcr visited members of the group who were unable to 'be present as a part of the plan for regular days of visitation once each month. ; Circle 1 met at the home pf Mrs John Buchanan. The. ten member.' and three guests wore led 'in the devottonality Mis. -Buchanan who used the" sublet "Love." Mrs. R L. Reeder and Mrs. T. R. Shepherd offered prayers. Mrs, Ti-s; wiiilams" entertained the six' 'members and. one guest. Mrs. L. T. Ashley, who attended ' circle 4. "Humanity" was the topic dlscwsed byjfrs. E. F, BJwBeyci and Mrs. VVT9M. Cr&tfSsidki OQ- "Consecrallon:''' 1 A salad course' was served. • • • Duce Given. ^Misses Dorothy and Ethel Warsaw, of Crswfordsville, Ark., wcr( guests of honor at a surprise party given Sunday evening by Benntf BextMd and Louie Isaacs nt the Isaacs home. _- Garden flowers with peonies predominating decorated the entire lower floor which was thrown open for dancing with music by Mrs. Will Trotter. Refreshments were served Informally during the brief intermission's to the 35 present. Out of town guests included Misses Freda and Rebecca Nichols, Ra- melie Weinbcrg, Rose Rubenstcin and Ruth Goldberg and Bcnnic and Abie Nichols, Guy Rubcnsteln and Nathan Weinberg, of Osccola; Mr. and Mrs. William Barowsky of Mr- nila; B. Gould ot Caruthcrsvilk: Mo.; Misses Anne'and Eva Barkowitz of Portagevlllc, Mo.; Miss Fan- nyc Becker of Sikeston, Mb., and Miss Belle Wigdon of Charleston. Mo. .• « • Mcthodbt Woinrn Hate Program .H«t .Mrs. O. c. Ganskc conducted .the devotional of the program in the Woman's Mtelonrfry- soctcti of the First Methodist church which met Monday afternoon at the church. •. She \ used . for her topic "Loyalty to Chris 1 .".. .Under the thcrnyi"prohlbition", Mrs. Eugene MckrtEpn and Mrs Farnsworth Black' ^iVe talks. Miss Llliian Brlscoc sar^ ;s a solo and a piano number "was 1 rendered by Mrs. Will Trotter. "Echoes ot the Conference" was the subject discussed- by Mrs. "J. E. Critz who recently attended the conference nt Forrest City. Refreshments of strawberry short cake and Iced tea were served by the hostesses: Mcsdamcs o. C Ganskc, W. W. Holllpclcr, r,i Jontz, E. A. Goorirlch. Occrgc Hub bard, Eugene Dickcrson, J. A Grtndell arid Famsworth Black. '•.»''•'' Crrcks Have .! Bible St«dy. the second chapter of Hebrew was studied by members ot the Woman's Auxiliary In the Fir.^ Presbyterian church who attended the monthly circle meetings Monday aftcrncon. ; Circle I, Mrs. Ross Stevens chairman, met with Mrs. Virginia Keck and Mrs. Eva T. Morrison with 13 members present. The prog ran was given -by Mrs. W. H. Eoslcj and Mrs. Marsh M. Callayay gave tne devotional and Bible lesson. Mrs. D. A. DObyns, chairman of the second group, entertained her members when'-11 attended. Mrs. ' Rpr Walton gave the Bible study and Mrs. C. M. Gray and Mrs. Les'.le Helper also took part on the prognm. - Tht 13 rumen '*ho attended circle 3, Mrs..C..R: Babcocfc ehair- MB, *t the home « Mrs. Oeor?; ft -A Little Short to the Green Hero's n new liaznrd in golf, displayed by two chnniililg University of Missouri co-oils ploying nl Columbia, Mo. They are, left to right, Cordelia Scliiaeder ot Wichita, Kan., nnd Jessie Lou McQrnw, El Dorado, Ark. Makes a pretty fair way (o play around, eh? '.V. DlUahimty heard Mis. Fiw! Jandcfur niul Mrs. Dixie Cinv:- ord give the program theme r.iul Wrs. D. C. McLean asslstcil Mrs. f. J. Mnlinii in lliu Bible lessen. Mrs.• Harmnn Taylor wns also lOStess; . Circles 1 and 3 nlso Imcl Uls;i;.«- lons on "The Women and Girls >t.the Hills';'for a home mission oplc In addition to the Bible .tudy. . 4 :' .Circle 4,'Mrs. Robert E. Lcc'Kire • L -lrman,^(ostponcd Us. mcetlfuj, \\ (he, liomc ot .ths Mi*'.', LbVlse "until next Monday evening Church Loyalty ;haptrr Mffls. The Kappr\ Alpha Phi trnler- ilty's chapter of this city in the neetlng last evening, m lliu club coins, mode iiltins for the an- lual Hcme Coming Dnncc for ollege boys ana girls. .c given June 14. This will (urlor High P. T. A. Co Have Last Meeting. _ The Parent-Teacher association f the Junior High school will avc its final meeting of the ear Wednesday afternoon, 3 'clock. Mothers of students entering unior high school' in September re to be special guests. There will bfi n study club prc- cding the meeting. * • * M«tinj; Postponed. The nojal Neighbors will ml ncct tonight because of the per- •iccs at the five churchi'.s co-oper- ling in the church Loyally cam- laign, O&ceola Society— Personal Mctniilits and Miss Vales' mother, Mrs. Finis Ituckaby, ot Osccola. High score prize wns awarded Bob Dean, Lillian B. Ayers won low scare favor and Bonnie Jean Drlvct 1 cut consolation prize. Mrs. Godfrey White and Mrs, W. n. Dyess nre entertaining at bridge nt the country home of Mrs. White north' of Osceola Friday afternoon. . ' Mr, and Mrs, Chas. R. Coleivia'n and-, small daughter, .>Bcf tie Jekn, ..^, „.„,„.-. „„„„„ ,, a5 m , spcSt'thc wceK-end .in Little Rott ^9151 Olilc.fco.Suer.several mi visiting Mr. Colcmnn'S parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. T. Colcman. Miss Josephine Montague of Memphis slit-ill Saturday and Sunday in Osccola visiting her Inm- lly. Miss Eva Montague and Miss Lillian Ward drove her back to Memphis Sunday evening. Mrs. Ben Green of Long Beach, .California, who formerly lived here, arrived Saturday for an extended visit -with 'her son, Dean Hatcher ancl Mrs. Hatcher. Mrs. Godfrey White ami Mrs W. R. Dyess spent. Monday in Memphis. \ Jap White of Cnpc Glrardeau, Mo., siXHit the week-end here with his mother, Mrs. John White. Mis.,C. H. File nnd small daughter, Jeanetle. will return to their home in Memphis tomorrow. They have spent several days in Osceola visiting Mrs. File's sister, Mrs. John ouElas, nnd Mr. Douglas. Tho Young Malions club is 51»i!scrlug n benefit Ijrtdsc l«rly o be fiivcn hi the chili rooms icrc Thmsclay nflcrnoon fcr tlie ;cnefit of Violcl cemetery. Bed Equipment Carried to Court by Violator EAST ST. LOUIS. Til. (UP)— Prepared to spend at least a year in jail because he violated a court order, Robert W. Mcugcnlly, 53, E:\sl St. Louis, curried n blanket and pillow under his arm when tie airpearcd before Circuit Jurise Henry W. Miller, here recently. ] MrngenUy also exhibited n tooth \ brush, razor and other neci-iaUU.-s. He was allowed to keep everything except the razor and officials promised to return~U to him when he is released. ' In passing sentence Ju:lse Miller said r.e disliked sonlcnchig Mengsnlty because of his ape. Ho Bits oj New* Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Charles. Lemons have taken the Ike Miller uuart- Jiient on West. Walnut street, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer and sen Epcnt last week-end in Bloom- Mo., with Mr. Horncr's mother. The Rev. Charles M. Campbell pf Cpnway, who has been [n charge of (he Clmrch'Loyalty cam- i:atnn for tljp First Presbyterian church tor, u week, was cailcJ home l.ile yesterday became of lYi critical Illness of his ic maullfc old daughter. The Rev. Marsh M. Ciillaway, who accompanied 'him, will return today. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Waterman and Mrs. G. H. Grear spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. Joslali Fort and children 111 return to their home in Clarks- vllle. Teiui., Saturday after-, a month's stay with Mrs. Fort's par" Us. Mr. atid Mrs. T. J. Mahan. Mrs. Fred Scully Is leaving tomorrow for her lioine In Cutoll, La., after several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Little. Everett B. Get; and Bill AfTlick went to Memphis today for several days visit. Mrs. J. A. Lee/-!: and Mrs. o. P. MOJS arc spending today In Memphis. Mrs. B. R. Allen, who has been Wile ill since Saturday, is better today. Father G. J. Games, of Weiner, Ark., is the guest of Father J. J. Thompson. Mrs. J. Nick Thomas, Mrs. Carrol Blake-more, Mrs. Hubert Potter and Mrs. S. c. Owens spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. Edgar Herrick, .Mrs. Edwin Robinson and daughter, Miss Char- Une, and Mrs. E. M. Terry arc in Memphis teday. Wilson Crane Is spending two weeks In Potosi. Mo. Mrs. Guy Walton, who underwent mi operation at the Memphis Baptist hospital, returned home today. Mr. Walton accompanied her. Miss Mary Outlaw spent Mother's Day at Rector, Ark. Mrs. Ernest Roe will go to Memphis Friday for the Cotton Carnival and will spend the week-end with.. Mr. Roe, who is employed there".' • • . •'; Mi» Millie. Allison has returned MIBI Olilr.fjfo.Tarter .several months stay • with Iwr brothers, Dr. MoVm Allison, and Dr. Thomas B Allison and their families. Jlmmle Smotr.erman attended the athletic meet at Conway Saturday. ' : Miss Ruby Ashley, member of thi Stcele, Mo, high school faculty, has returned to her home at Armorel for the vacation. Mrs. w. D. chamblin jr.. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch are In Memphis lor two (lays. ! Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Holland and children motored • to Rcttor lor Mother's Day. •*?. Mr. and Mrs. John Lett of i>on- tlac, Mich., are guests of Mrs Lotl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M". Mrs. jjtnmie B DJ .,| left ycstcrdav for an extender! visit in Carml ill Mrs.'Tom Martin and daughters' Misses Virginia and Elizabeth s|rent Saturday in Hcrnando, Miss., with Mrs. Martin's mother, Mrs. c V Trcadwuy. Fabric Extra Important to Success of Informal Garb Reservations may be made utlh either Mrs. W. J. Driver, Jr.. or Mrs. Jameo Driver and admission vill be fifty cents |HT person. A- number ol handsome prizes are offered. Fourteen members attended the ncetins of tire Methodist Woman's Missionary rccicty ai the church .'.ere Monday afternoon and heart! .C|»rts from the recent Mlssbn- vry Conference at Torres! City, nhlrh was attended by 16 members of the local crganrratlon. Th; regular mission study lesson lor ihe afternoon iv,is lead by Mrs. Frank Howse. « * • The annual election ot oaiccrs vxill be held Wednesday attcr- ncon at the regular monthly merl- ins ot the Parent Teacher association. Tlie association will meet In the high school building. Members of the Osccol* High school senl:r class and their friends were entertained at a bunco party Monday evening at the home of Mrs. John Douglas, especially complimenting Mrs. Douslas' brother. Gordon 'Hampton, and Miss Dorothy Louise Vales, who are members ol the class. Entertaining • with Mrs. Douglas was her 'Sister, Mrj. C. R. File of nddecl. however, that Mengenlly hart violated a court order ;uiJ therefore should bs punished. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express onr gratitude to our frionds who'.illarea cur recent bereavement, the death of our mother. Mrs. Mary'Haley, by wor^s of sympathy und floral odcrings. Mr. and Mrs.- R. I. Haley Mr. and MrsL-A. C. Haley. Sweet Potato Plants Now Ready Xanrj- Hall A Porto Rkan, 30 cents per IN; Sl.S* per 1,M». . FTIKT jPlanU, rimentn, jj^n or Hnll Nose. Loilf Reft'Cayenne 15c per doi; T3c ptr !»»,', Tnnulo Plahts, StW. Giitf state SUrVtt, JUrjIobt A Ponderosa 10c per dm; Me KT m. ' ' f.fg n»nts 20c ftr in; SI per 100. BYRUM PRODUCE COMPANY Favt Byrmo, 111 E. Milu • AU Ordtn .-,.*.*.. ,*iuiin.'l s LJUy Wl (heir mother at Little Rock. Stall! Capitol („ Get ftrtnils RICHMOND, va. (UP) - More than iwctiiy portraits of Viftin! a governors will tc rclnmcd to" the State Capitol after years in n, c m of the Slate Library. ,Only a tiny paragraph i n the daily news "He ltd no Me iniutincc." Juit n nsiul ftnciKcin orcoftlwK; "Isial accident" Koricj. Ytt a Jtntcncc diat m«nt griai irajoly lor a certain IjllW family! Life is more u-otih livins if you BTS Mvute in die knowledge ihjt your loveJ one j »re r">vKle\l ior, come wh« Ear. And this hcA>1s ttua wlmhci jou are a maniowKom Ihc r.ewsp.ipcij vi-il) dc vc(r 3n fniire column, when jour ifee comes— or just a ti'ny pi/>S™p!i. Mtnr u« mol c lntur<i«eei.r JEFFERSON STANPARU Lire INSURANCE COUIANT A nay Nue anfl white fancy wea ve dress by Patou is accompinied bv a hat of pUited ortandle In plain navy and while. Here the use of acbl«;njr a fantasy not, by ming two plain colors is shown. The modrmWic ftowers on the dark f refrain halband arc also fasliicn-d of organdie. By JEAN PATOU Written for NEA'Service PARIS.—The fabric plays such mi important iiarl : in the. execution of a.'<rriodel.,trat its .selection should come''dlrcctlj' after the's^le has been decided upon. It is the second determining factor in the ltimaic success of a incdcl. W'm-e informal clothes are concerned, I must admit that the fabric contributes a great deal to th"ir attractiveness. It is in this category of. models that you ivill find the most lancy fabrics used and here too you v.ill meet wfth the greatest variety. Tailored suits, on the other hau/1 have accustomed us to expect a certain, amount of novelty in.their materials. Here the novelty is much more subtle, however, as this type of suit is usually fashioned of men's suitings or something similar, and .au of these fabrics have reached the peak of perfection, technically ajieaking. ' : ~ Unlimited Fantasy The lainages set aside for morn- ins dresses and ensembles are a units different matter. Here there is practically no limit to tlie fantasy of both weave and design, contrary to the conventionally tailored suit. The recurring novelty in the cut and stylo of these informal models cannot afford to dispense with as great a degree, o! novelty in fabric and weave and new ideas m both are exacted every season On tlie oilier hand, I have had U constantly ffirust upon me that a novelty which is solely decorative always ended by provoking a A Suggestion: Read your electric service bill this way ... V lour power company deals in comfort, convenience, feisure and economical household operafion. It sells cheerful illumination, cleanliness, improved cooking and refrigeration, and simplified laundering. Your electric service bill tells you how many of these conveniences you hav9 used. W* suggest that perhaps you can use more of these services-for greater economy, rnor* le.sure.and additional convenience. Remember that each cdrffo no ; Uie . of efectrfc jerv| - ce cojfj /ejs per kilowatt howl ««»NUN«S, on. of «,,„„,, •trrft.i ((,, ,| te |,; c W. M. HURNS Agcnl icify is cAeap/ TUESDAY, MAY 10, 1932 ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER COMPANY certain amount ot lassitude, even though It might be constantly renewed. Jersey offers a very good example of my contention. Despite the continually renewed and almost Infinite variety both of coloring and design, tilt sweater, for which these fantasy materials were mainly used, could not survive this lassitude. There are still a few sweaters Jn my present collection, cut on what may now be considered classical lines, but they are few. Having realized that EOnr- thing new, technically speaking, was necessary to the survival of this tj'l* of garment, this Induced me to utilize tricot and crotchet weaves which, after all, are relatively new only by dicir modern interpretation Fabric Isn't All The most frequent error made by many ixttple is that wlwji tl'ey employ fancy fabrics, they deem this sufficient and neglect style or cut. Tills can but lead to monotony Fabric is certainly Important but it is not everything. For ,ny- part I tlimk that a plain fabric worked in siicli a way as to supply a n ot 0 of fantasy, combining, for example, a plain fabric with a fancy one, is always successful, They need not. necessarily be of the'same weave or composition, but by carefully studying color effects and contrasts, lire most satisfying and effective results will be achieved Luxora Society—Personal Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Edwin Beard have announced the marriage of their daughter. Virginia to Mr. James Milton Fryar, formerly of Luxora, which toot place Saturday, May 7, at- Chicago. Mr. Fryar Is assistant district manager of the National Sea stores of Chicago. He and ills bride will make their home in that city, • • • Each member ot the Woman's Missionary society of the Baptht church reported making $L for the W. M. U. building fund and agreed to make another $1 for jrAWAKE* ALL NIGHT If you must get up repeatedly at night j if you have » burning, uncomfortable, nervous feeling and arise in the morning tired out, your ktdneyi may b« causing the trouble. Use Gold Medal Haarlem Oil Cipsules regularly and see tf you don't sleep soundly, feej I younger, grow stronger. Dnr- | ing 23e years this fin«, old | prepiration has btlptdimn.. , ' I0n »- I sn 't it worth trying? 35c * 7oc. 601D MEDA1 HAARLEM OIL CAPSULES the fund during the, next 'month '. at a meeting Iwld iji the honic of: Mrs. W. C. Howard. An Intereet- ing royal service lesson on Chln-i and Jaj^in was given In which the- following participated: Mre. Joiia Corkran, Mrs. s. J. Smith, Mrs O Howtcn, Mrs. Williams, Mrs. c' B' Wcod, Mrs. Charles Corkran,, Mrs rtlciiarcts, Mrs. Gallop, Mrs. Tuc!-- ir, Mrs. Mofflt and Mrs. Wiildni' * * '• ' I Mrs. Joe Dillaliunty and daughter from Blytheville visited In Luxora Saturday. Mrs. Jerome Brones and £on of Memphis visited tlie former's bro. ther. R. T. Bullew and family Sunday. Mr. and, Mrs. Harbour of Ripley, Tenn., are visiting their son, Seaton Barbour and family, this week. Dr. and Mrs. E. R. Bogan sirenc a few clays of last week In Little Rock. Koy Permenler, a Luxora boy student Baptist minister at Jpn^-' koro college, filled tlie Baptist' pulpit here Sunday evening and gave an unusually interesting sermon. Mrs. Mattlc Poison" and Mrs. Ora Hill visited in Blytheville Fririav. Crafton James, who is attm;l- i"g the University of Arkansas, cuts thC weck ' ell(1 with hls l' 1 C. B -\yood, Jr., u student -A Mississippi, stale college, spent the week-end ivith lii 5 uarcius. Miss Lois. Mac Powell spent tin; week-end 'with her parents here. John Sallba. anc 1 / sister, Mrs. H. Thomas of Savannah, Ga., visited Mrs. P. George Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. McDearman returned Sunday evening after spending two days in Halls^Tenn Number Nine Negiroes Give School Program Nearly 300 residents', of tile Dumber Nine, neighborhood and visitors attended a program a"t t«s Number Nine negro school, given under the direction 'of Fred- Payne tlie principal. There was speaking and singing, featured by four groups Pf spiritual.singers,:trainel by Professor Payne. • • - - Sweet Cream Butter 25cLb. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk 10c Qt. DeUvere)! Phone 74' ' ' :.' (.'•;, - ': ' : Bulgariarv'Butteifmiik' ; ;; '' Go to Church Sunday MELBOURNE M. MARTIN A Veteran of the World-War Not a I'olitician Candidate for UNITED STATES SENATOR 1'ay the Bonus JJy Plan: 'Ucjiosit the Adjusted Service Certificate with the Treasury and issue greenbacks to circulate as currency redeemable on tHeir face in 19-15 siimiltan cously with the Certificates. Take <W", ' of the idle gold together with the Adjusted Service Certi- licatex, under a proper act,' and you have vour grienbitcks supported by collateral to (lie fiill'Vy lent of 100 cents on the dollar. Vou arc taxed now for the sinking fund with which the Certificates are to be retired in 1345 therefore there will be-additional burden and tlie debt will automatically retire itself in 1945 from fhc sinking fund'. The Soldier's Bonus was thin O5f tober l, 1931 and should be paid-read my o enihg speech and you will get the facts. J openmj, MELBOURNE M. MARTIN A Native Son of Arkansas SPEAKING DATES: MANILA—WEDNESDAY, JULY 13 2-in P .\l BLYTHEVILLE—WEDNESDAY, JULY It *'r> M LEACHVILLE—THURSDAY, JULY II 10 V M

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