The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 7, 1930
Page 2
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PACUB..'TWO;. Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women J''IMI)AY,_ NOTEMnKR _7, I MO ?T*£r$ Club Mfels Mrs. R.'N. Wave jr.,'was hostess to the Thursday .Bridge, club and two guests,. Mrs. Eriiest Rsc and O. W. Coppedge, Everett. B. Neill Heed, Ira Crawford,. Lloyd V Wise, \V- 0. Illgglnson and Miss Mary Outlaw. Mrs. Frank Thrasher,.for the usual| Of the money conlrlbtitcd by weekly card game. ' ... juiytlievllle i..?op!e one third goes to •slate child' welfare work and, the rest remains In the local treas- cuy to; 1 aiding children of World War veterans-in this vicinity. BRIDGE -tu Mrs L. N. Mathis for club honors and. the guest aw»rd, a tingle d?ck, was .won by '' AUTICl.K IIY WJI. E. NO. 47 McKESNEY Srciflary Bridge Ltaxtti 1 'I lie play in Icday's hand is not I Short Course Concluded. ;iiini:tinl. I I • About 25 womin \v:io attended all ;'°°kc<l uv [classes of the Child Welfare short , course here this week were award•the-"-Mid-Weak ,cd ccrliflcalcs at Hie close cf lo- i freshed, mi' .;iglit.' ladles preH'iit ;.{ '*:?.;•• ' .,» . • ,.'.>, Hai'Club ijcmbers- ' of Bridge club were guests of Mrs. M. ! day's meeting. There svas an nvcr- ; 0. ; Usreyl : yesterday for a dejecta- •• ate attendance of 45 for the flvo j ble'Ub' couw lunchMij, at' one |classes. ' j o'clickfl IplJtheibrMeVskBtes 1 ^'' 1 ' 5 -! MlES GoUa Pyles of Little Rock, ' J. Irouls.-jphjirfy won^hosicry. ••' • Inslrnelor of parental education in •£ " "• • * ; Ihe slate department of education ! Allind Conference .,,r| . . land the state Parent-Teacher as- I Members of the Senior iiiid In- sedation, conducted the course here I teririediatc Christian Endeavor so- j attended by members of the Bly- cletlet, of the First Presbyterian ! theville, Dell and Armorel P. T. A. church who will attend the dls- j Similar meetings were held each trlct conference in Jonesboro to- i afternoon at Osccola. night. and tomorrow are: Misses I ' ' ' Louse Dobyns, Doris nay Dobyiis, j AE.'lsl Kcil Cross. is very often over- thc novice. WRTH S-K-9-3 H-Xor,c CAST D-K-Q-1-10-9-64 s-10-7- C-8-7-4 5 H—/l-X. J-5-43 SOUTH—OEALER H-7-6-2 D-A-8» *~K-10-8-t ___, Hooper, Ttelma Worthtngtoii. Jeinle Wren and Jean Dlllahunty, Margaret Gray, Mnble and Louise WCST 2 rl-Q-10- 9-8 D-7-2 llic South, the denier, opened the conlraclin? with one no trump, Mrs. U. C. Ganskc, Mrs. Uan G. West passed. North went to four Stout. Mfs. W. A. Stlckmon and diamonds, shewing his partner no Mrs. R. K. Illll, members of Circle ! desire to play the hand at no Siriion, Jean Harrison and Marsh jl of the woman's missionary so-! trump and purely n pre-emptive Jr., Philip Eabley, John ciety of the Flrsl Molhcdlst j bid \\llh hopes of going game car- Motwwell. They will be accompanied ' by church, assisted by Mrs. Ethel Wilson, lied Cross executive, in the i " iu In i East 1 : diamonds. heart bid and South Fr.3d Sandefur, Mrs. Ray ; clothing room at Hie Red Cross of- 'rjcs the coulracl to five diamonds. S&adefur, Mrs. Ray Worthlngton,, nee yesterday. Mi*. George W. Dlllahunty and the^.Rev. Marsh M; Callaway. j ^ * » « ; Rui Club Metis i .its. Charles F. Wood was host- 1 essf^to the T/hursday Rook clnbj m&tas and these guests, Mes- i dames M. G. Goodwiiij-iR. H.'-Ben-, nett, H. M. Taylor, Lyle Boytl, P.j E.'Cooley and H. Nlcliolson. j •'Pie Bits of News Mostly Personal The 1'tay Holding a suit headed by autumn flowers and flags lor Ar-i dl (( vo \veete with 1 mlKlce Day with miniature sol- tllc j A . B Falr( | eld nl ^a!,,"? the f l?y S - ,„ 'Falrheld. Jfcllcious chicken salad, cian- • Mrs N1ny L A | dr!dge ,, n s berries, coccanut cake, olives and | gues , [or „ fow d , wr couslll| hof chocolate was wrved after trie! MiES Kiue Leavcll. of Houston, Tex. Dr. Susan P. Laird left yesterday j her • home in Chicago after her bro- and Mrs. FnlrHeld. Mrs. Xiny L. Aldridge has as her k-inj, the king is led to show the king of hearts, which the declarer trumps with the four of dia- j monds. II looks to the declarer as illiaiijli he must lose, three club j tricks, but with (he 'proper split [in diamonds, the declarer will tit- tunpt to Blrip the hand and force a clul) lead One round of dia- mentis Is taken, the declarer leading the kir.j. The next lead by cicclai.r 1^ n Email spade which Is won in tlie dummy with th° riuccn. The seven cf hearts is re-1 tinned from dummy and trumpedj by declarer with the nine of diamonds. IX'darcr leads the six of die-1 monds, En?t discarding the four of hearts, dummy winning the trl;k with Ihe eight of diamonds. The last heart from dummy is led and (rumpcd by declarer with the ten cf diamonds. A small spade 15 led to dummy's ace and the six of spades icturned. which declarer wins with the king. Ueelai'ii-'s next lead Is the eight of clubs, EnsL plays the deuce and iumnv plays (he three of clubs srtilch west .wins with the nine. All West can do is to cash his ace" of clubs. If he leads a hear', or a. spade Ihe declarer will discard a club and ruff In dummy «i(|i ihe ace, granting his opponents the last club trick. By stripping llvj hand leaving one -trump in __ ,. then throwing the lead, the declarer has successfully made his contract of five diamonds scorhv game and 100 for honors (Copyright, 1830, NBA Service, Inc.) Fiber flax is one or the oldest of ^ (he 'proper split ercpj. It crossed the Atlantic will ' ' Ihc- Pilgrims' and for 200 jjars was s. staple crop. ace, rcok games. L Vi*or Mrs w . H . M ii,y flr d nnd Mrs. i Farnsworth Block are In Memphis tc(i ., y mcct | ng Mrs . G uy Jarratt o! . Orovar,- McCormick, who is. vichsburg. -Miss., who will -accom- ! retflinlng to. her home in -Pcairle; pnny M rs . Black home.. I Orgve, Ark, Saturday after a sixj MrR Harvey W. Stewart and! wetks slay here,' w*s the guest o(| Mrs . Marvin Chappell are in Mcm- rpok.Barty given by j ^ today. MrS W. H. Easley Wolthlngton .Thursday afternoon nt tbir Worthlngton home. • Moulded:-in the 25 ladies pres- en£, was^' Mrs; J. M: Crockett, of. CowzqbU,.: Mo., the hcuseguest- of Mrtfc George' R. Crockett rJfliclcui refreshments were served Hate jn.the_ tr3cw"~ lovely Uli His Guests Tlie giKsts at' the. weekly Thurs- daji Luncheon" club party were: mosdames Wiliinin .McCanghn, Ruth Mahan and Eilon W. Khby andt Miss Margaret Mnlinn. Mrs. RuSsei Phillips was liostess for the appetizing three course nwnu served ^it one table which had for its cerSterpicce, a low 'bowl of yellow chcyEaiithemums. W the bird?; games Mrs. W. M. McKen^!e won: the •- club prize and the^guest award went to Mrs. Me- Caughn. Huifcirias and Club M outers Entertained _Mr.=. Ray j Lo U | e g lory ] ms rc iurned lo the Polycllnic at Memphis for treatment after siicndlng a short time at home. Jtr.'and Mrs. Byron Morse arc in Memphis toduy. . . Mrs. L. 11. Welch has returned j frcm Memphis where she sp;nt j thrte days with Miss Mildred I .> Miis.-Loulstj., Walden, .who has i been tjulte ill. Is now belter. Mr. and Mrs. L). A. Chapln have i returned lo their home in Cape | Girardcau niter a visit with Mrs. j Wyatt Henley. Mrs Verna M. Wallace is a patient at the MempMs Baptist hospital. C. C. Adams jr., who is v.?ry ill at ' the Blythevllle hospital, is ;IiBhlly improved lodiiy. Mrs. R. C. Dent jr., nnd daughter, Miss Anna Mnrgarcl, will return tonight from Memphis where Miss Dent underwent a tonsiUc- I touiy. Jra Wright, n[ Osceola, visited his sister, Miss Era Wright, last evening. _^ Doyle Heirforson was hcst- j ^irs. T. G. Seal was a visitor ess^to th e Young Matrons club Jin St- Louis the first of the week, members and their husbands, also; T. J. Mnlmn will go to Clnrksville Temv, tomorrow for a brief visit Ambulant Proctology Treatment of Rental Diseases The ambulant method of treating rectal diseases is a mild non-surgical method which' neither confines the patient to his home nor requires them to be absent froni their dally duties. We have used this method for;some time and have recently completed a post graduate course in ths Norwood Clinic at Mineral Wells, Texas. If you have rectal trouble, an examination will reveal your exact condition-and we will gladly recommend the proper treatment. : Varicose Veins and Ulcers Vorlccse or enlarged veins are now b,eir.g treated by a simple, harmless and specific method, no cutting operation . . . the patient Is not confined to bed nor does" It interfere \vit-h his or her work. Consultation Free and Youtlncur No Obligation ,5H Main' St. Drs. Nies and Nies Mrjand Mrs. Joe Trleschnian, last evening for the monlhly party given '.in the evening. i&s. Victor Bray won peifume for';hlgh among the ladies and.the nml family. Mrs. Malian, who has with his daughter. Mrs Josiali Fort been there a :::nntli, will accom- .pany him home Monday. men's prize, hose, was received by MI S . A. S.;cl and dnngh- Mr^Trieichman. ... v _, . 1 IcrMiss Dot. of Senath, Mo., shop- A. salad, sandwicr..;5,' 'cakes nndlped here yesterday. ! coffee refreshed the four.tnbles of j Dr. anc! Mrs. Paul L. Tipton ! players. . - _,;. • | spent yesterday m Caruthersvillc I \\ * •*-. V • :,-" ' • nnd New Xlndiid, Mo. i Jewish Society, i •'.•''.. i' MI= S Luna Harn'y 1=. in Memphis • Meets in Osceola : ' • • - - Ther.3 v;eic 25 present at the meeting of the Jewish Lsrtics Aid Sociely in Osceola lost evening wheti Mrs. L. K. Harwarg and Mrs. Host Goldberg w.:re hostesses. Both Blythevllle and Oseeola women are inchided in the organization which meeis twice monthly usually in this city* . I PJ&ns for making money \\tro. discHssed and it was vp;cd to send ! $5 fo the McmphlsV'.D'nai -B'rith nc-rgi for-^fj'e canned'goods shower) , i '•-' ' for a two weeks stay with her bro- 1 ther before going to Paducah. Ky.. I for a visit with Miss Etta Mai ! Sinllli. I Mrs. Herman S'.iiccr, of L'.isora. j was- a visitor in the city Wcd:;cs- 1 day. Herman O -Irani :pont last ni?ht in Memphis with his brother-m- law. Hnnry McC.ill. win Is at the I Baptist hcspUal. COLOMHIA rorn.ATios" cr BOGOTA. Colombia. (UPi— Lat- iipcr ;p.j; '•, £••, ' ,• »cst'census fiBiires sivs Colcmbli a ;. Mattrvce SilicrMdpd ' Os-'j population of -.851.000. compared _i j .i._ , wis when Ihc last '. Fifty-one \x:r cent of all Colombians over 10 years ol . ceoSf.^jul .planned .tte. iirqgramjK, 5|8 55,077 in 1 with, readings. ty-.Mis^ Rnmelle' colm t wns n ,^e'. Weinberg, Fr'ances Jaff«e and Ruth Goljibe'rg, •the-'latter'in- cotiuhie. 'It/was arriiounced thai'the next meeting .will- be November 20 with *«».rt nrft"'XtnTa». nt--Vr.p!npr ' ' ' Mrs^IScoTMiller as'ncslcss' Tile memtjrs and guest- 5 , hfisi Frances Fendler ''of ^laiiila. Mrs MarjGroskind 'of Mern'phis. Miss. Berffice Saphian of. : Ceirnthersvil!e, j Muws Sara, Pauline ^nd. Mildred I L»nV of this city, MiSses Rinullc . We.lpuerg. Rose Rubeilsrein. Freda j Nlctiijls, Jacqueline Sijverfield and ; Ruth". Goldberg, of t vytAn, wcr, se'rtfa dainty refreshments. -: ./ . « • • To .Hire fife tfef\ I Pitl/V -.'.•';-.. I TKt Woman's counpil cf the First ,-Chrlstlah -chHrch ,^\\\ have a-.Wp._efit party Monday afternoon.] 2;30 : ;o'clock, at tb: home of Mrs. : J. !a' : EUls on the Memphis, highway.;. 'Members and friends r '. ;:•,? orgiriization are invited.' ' ' Bge know lion to read and write. ^ the- cr-.isus rcvtnlixl. Immigration E|nce 1918 has beer, negligible, with ' ' total o! So.'.'M foreigners entering 'the country during the period.- eir T Contnlltee -/k . ,Mfs. Erncat. Roil chairman of the annual flag; 1 button'. sa!c for the Arncfocan Legjon ajixlliary, has an ; noiiijceri 41 cqinnjiiec for ther ?uic lqm«rro»v Kesdames M. A. 'Isaacs, W. D. dlmrnb'iih jr., W. J. Pollard". T.UDsdiiy, .Nov. lllh. At My Home 1308 West HiMi-n ... airs. Quo. W. ...liarhaiu Good News To Tlie Housewives oi Soutlieasl Missouri and Noitheasl Arkansas: At the suggestion and. wholly on the recommendation o! Mrs. LUlic McKnisht of Blylhcville. Ark., we purchased Sauers Infallible Flour milled by the Sauers Milling Company of Evansvllle. 111. and we have used same In onr kitchens nnd we have used same lonj enough to gladly give our opinion of this Hour. We can unquestionably recommend this flour to any housewife who wants the best for cakes, pastry "and biscniis. We ourselves do not believe that, we have ever had the opportunity presented to ns to purchase and use a better flour and we have always bought the best flour obtainable nt all limes. We hope that if on this recommendation of onrs that you purchase and lest out this flour you will be as enthusiasts about same as we are. Signed by twenty-five housewives of Biylhrvllle. Arkansas. Airs. II. E. nariirll Mrs. M. S. Hancock Mrs. C. Wilson Mrs. C. K. Tucker Mrs- F- »• Acton Mrs . j. n M*C. C. H«d ^^"JMr, c. K. Co»,,,r Mrs. R. T. Padltison Mrs C |, c3tc r Nabors W- t' ;lrric Stcrnlirrj Mrs. Mattie Prcvnsl Airs. \V. A. I'ickard Mts. M. G. Goodwin Mrs. M. A. Is»a(s - .Mrs. I.lcyrt V. Wise Mrs. S. V. Marlln Mrs..C. C.Thomiisou Mrs. \\. T. B.irnell Mrs. W. I). Junes Mrs. W.' R. Ad.ims Mrs. F. K. Worth Jlrs. Jdrtic Xabors This Flour Is On Sale And JVimi. Quality-Considered, Very Reasonubl. 1 By The Following Good Grocery Blytheyillc— C. A. Hovcy Nabcrs »nrl Nahers W. A. Pickarti Mrs. G.- !>• Huwlty Btlffte Store Co. Sallba Market T. A. D»vis Clarence Saundcrs McMulllns Cash (iro. l.u\crA «. K AiHm< J. x. Hunt Osccola . C. 1,. Drake fitly Bryant Shlriricii's Market S. K. Miirff Caluinet G. H. filcnrr C. F. Turkrr l)cll Snpjilv llayli. I). Sorrrll Distributor.-! Cotton States Sales Co, Inc. Ulyllitvilli-. Ark. FOR SATURDAY and f^J^r's" Tif>^' •A fL*/ Ui >'t R t-?t '• a ^i** H riJiffrRY x 2 ^ i| vjivLlill I BANANAS 3c I TUBN SAUERKRAUT M Mauls !si;md Van Oimi!;: ' 6 sm:ui or 3 Large Cans 'for Libbys - Siim: No. 2'/ 2 Ciin TOMATO SAUCE , „,. <: c I BUTTER In Cloth Bags BAKING POWDER ,SrS,, 25 e I OATS PURE LARD IMPOUND LARDs.,, 2 « 25c'l SYRUP 2-1 I.b. Sack Orris or Snow Wreath e DRESSED HENS Shoulder, |.|>. is'' 2 Chuck, i'ound 14c BACON SQUARES ,,„, K. C. Beef, Round, Sirloin and I-Bone t£ u SPARE RIBS

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