The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1930 · Page 2
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COURIER NEWS M IPei^onal ^Interest Activities'',' and News ' of Women Sode Belles aid Beaux ' h»ll/ v 2 o'clock, ..., "Miss iNear'tuckeu -entertaining '' ' : : \Voni«h's" auxiliary pf First Pres- ! feyteilan church meeting at t i;Iiurcl\ I lor- all day mission-study.'!, v . j- The E|9rc.U3 Sunday s^hojyl class , oJ-.th> First; Baptist church ..• Is !' meeting at the home of Mr£ J. T. \ Collins. i Entertain At Bridge. The. bridge party, given at tho Wbnjan'5 club ' Wednesdoy aftcr-j noon by Mrs..G, E. Keck, Mrs. Hor-, ace T..Culp and .Mrs. O. W. Me-' Cutchen was aitendcd by 10 guests; including an. out :. of .town guest, j Mrs, Earl .Koomz of; Sprlngfteld, i •Mo. ;•.. -. '.. -•• •. . • j- The fall decorations were lovely | with' privet bush suspended from' the lights banked against the walls. RedroaJc leaves were 'thrown over thwgrai\d plario 'and the fireplace of silk dress at eich George, Knapp- Moblcy Jr., has a Bits of News Mostly Personal Dixie Queen of "Jficklc 1 , 1 _of ; w)ilch; («• side.-. Red' and yellow tallies, shaped i | S v » ry r on d. Thc.ugli" he Is on!> like leaves,-the prizes .tied In yeKjm months old: the know all about low tulle and the red and yellow 'traders and, of cour.'c, expects to shades seen In the refreshments ] rival his Dad in sales when lie alto carried out ihe autumn j e cu a little bigger. The smile -.la blends. Stuffed : cherry and., pine-.I i-,?causo-he hoe a new suit of over- apple salad,''cheese cruckerE/.frult- calce and tea'-was served. • ' . • High score prize, a living room t>6le lamp, went to Mrs. Saifmcl F. Korrls; Mrs..W. C. Kigglnson received a boudoir lamp (or second honors and the low score gift, a nils junior Hlfch P. .T. A. Meets. A report of the recent" statQ iiveUr:* ot Jonesbp'ro by .Mrs/ H. B. Mcntird, president, and the Misses Marjrnrc! Crofc ar.tl Jua- niu Smith, accompanied by Whit ! Goodman, will go to Nashville to- I ncrrow for the Vanderbllt-Tcnnes-1 see football game. Miss Cross for-' merly attended Vandcrbllt. •• : I Mrs. Joe Kirby, of Paragould; ciunc over yesterday for two days' stay. ; Mrs. Clifford Cavltt and Miss flcb.i Jnckson, who have been vis;-. Mis'. Gavlll's parents, Br. and Mrs. C. A. Caldwcll, ;it Late, Ark.,, since Tuesday, arc expected to return tomorrow. Judge G. E. Keck and his coun 5U-nosij|)lier, Charles Parllow, will return tomorrow from Wynne wlicm tlicy have been in court this week. , Mr.. Go '.'fie McLcod was taken to the Memphis Methodist, hospital las! night wr.Ke :;he will undergo nn operation tomorrow. She was .".cco:ui>niiied by Mr. McLcod and her nurse. Mrs. Willie E. Cox. L. D, Chamljlln, Lehman ailles- plc, W. A. Edwards, Lloyd Sllckmoil mid W. I. Donton are Iti Jonss- boro today for a district sales meeting of the Chevrolet company. H.f Hlghflll Is attending to-business In points of Texas for two weeks. L, C. Pale, of Dyersburg, Term., wa.sa business visitor In the city picture, was received by Mrs. Car-j rcadln(t of lwo original* poems, by! rol Blakemore. ' | Mrs George Lunge "mode up Ine ' .' mogiam of the Junior. High school' ITc Study Home Missions . — • • Mrs. James H.' Brc.oks, secretary Parant-Teachcr association church, will be in charge of the all day meeting Friday,. In lhe to- clal room of the church, when members of-this group will study ncsday .allernoon at the school. of home mission!, In the Woman's ., In lhe cl , un . h yard" which won auxiliary of the First Presbyterian | tnc nrsl v ^. a M1 u,;, s j n te contest sponsored bj* Uio "Oniled Dnughters of the Confederacy, and "Autumn Time in Arkansas" were . till!! of the pooms read; the brok "Near Neighbors- j. )t wns voted to E i ve ft prize of A -number of women will assist $3 «, cllcn rcom having a 100 ucv her In the Interestingly planned . ccn( mc:n hewhlp and • three, which program In, which all phates of i . . . work In HIE' Southern Presbyterian' church's homo.fields will be taken up beginning at 10 o'clock, Luncheo n will be served a I noon. Celebrates Birthday • Pcfty of Betty Lee McCutchen's friends assisted lur in celebratlns her twelfth birthday Tuesday evening whon ; she took them to the movies!' •' - - • • .' After trolng "The • Spoilers", at the Rltz^theatre they" \v<xit ,10 Borum's Drug store for refreshments .and-tliep, otajed-..Barnes lit th: hostess' lloniK''' -*'••'•• •'•'' She received an attractive army of gifts. ' • :-.' • * * Shower Given . A miscellaneous shower wac. given last evening by Mrs. Alfred Ulm at" her home, 112 South First street, for Mrs. Bill Chachcrc, who was before her recent marriage Miss Geneva Stalling. it wa^ n' surprise, the guest of honor having been taken to the darkened houss with her mother, Mrs! C. J. Cox, who switched on the. light*. Tb» guests and interesting assortments of gifts were In the prettily decorated living room. • Opening the presents, and reading toasts and best wishes afford cd entertainment. The hostess scrv.id delicious refreshments cJ pink and orange me already attained' this goal, received the award,-' Teachers In the group presented lists of things needed for their rocms anil these will be purchased as soon as possible, Maiis were ' formulated for tils night meeting, the dale to "be announced later, when the': fathers will 'be especially Invited to,'the' "Going . to . School Together". -* • • • • - •• • Close Week cif Prayer '• ( "I5ic .Val'.vj of Prayer Today" was the theme of,the closing meeting of thit woman's ftlssiomiry-so- ciety 'of the First McthortIM chinch Wednesday ufMrnoon In concluding the' three days session. Mrs- A. O. Hudson, conducted the program at the.church. Meditations' on prayer were giv- r-n by Mrs. J. G. Sucllniry and Mrs H. TL. teblctt and the Eliza Bowman school was dkcussel by Mrs. A. C-. Haley. Mrs. J. E. Critx sang | a solo, accompanied by Mrs. Fred i Warren, and the Rev., P. Q. Horle dismissed the meeting AVith prayer. The offerings takcir at the three sandwiches, home and Coca-Colas- made candies yesterday. Mr, and Mrs. D. Dlnfcclsplel, of j Miss Jnnlc" Secrest of -Monroe, N. Memphis, were business visitors In ; C., Is officially— and, probably and Mrs.'-Olls Clark al the home of Mrs. Clark's father,. B. J. Lawler, near here Thursday night.'The lime was passed in making music, | In dancing and playing games. The crowd was treated to H liberal supply of caiUy and cigars. Mrs. Evans' lather, Mr. Hicks, of Jackson, T«nn, and also' her als- j tcr and husband, Mr. and Mis. Tuny Shorter, spent the !as,t few,days 1 in her l-.oiiw In this vicinity. Mf. | Hicks returned home. l;ut Mr., and Mrs. Shorter remained for'ri iong- cr visit. i. : . , >/, i ,-• Mrs. Kdd Dement,'of Arkansas is visiting her ilster, Mrs. Oook, iii this neighboilicod. , . Mr. and Mrs. Paul IJ. Carothsra, prominent clutens of Cooler vlcm- ; ity, are going to Itave this •section. aid Chandler has sold Ills clec- i Iric harness and t hoe-shop to J. 'W. Woods of Trenton,'Tenn. Mr. • Woods has taken charge of the iiiop. Wanda, little daughter df Mr. and ! Mrs. Easter Rutledue, who has re; rcmly been unable to walk due tc i a drawn tendon In one of'her legs, i Is beginning to wu!k and has en- I teifd school. i Herchell Lawhorn, of"this p com- l iiainlty, lost n Chevrolet/ coupe ; v.t:c-n ills tjaniee was destroved by | lire last week. i Sam McAdnm.s of Tyler spent ; Saturday in Colter attending to j business. I .Miss Edna Hoduc spept Mondav ' as tlie uuest cf Miss Atidinc Selph of tlie Lake Farm. | Mrs. Salllc l-'ord who lias been | very ill for several days/ is im; proving. Hiss Roberta White has been too 1 to ntuiid school this week. Mr. and Mrs. Glover and sen, . Nah, cf Lcpanlo, Ark., iiave moved ! to Cooler. i FinJcy and Arthur Tafteynnd All vln Ray spent Monday In ihe Ty- I !cr section. ] Gtorgc W. Allred has received an T11U11SUAY, NOVKMRRR ],% 1030 Invitation (o become an -honorary member of -ihe American Literary J. H. Bowling and P. B, Carothers motored -to Wilson, Ark., Monday, Ccckflgliting was on: of the favorite spans of the Orient at least as far Dack as the sixth century B, O. Jo))!in Lady . Declares She Spent Hundreds Of Dollars. Before Finding .,;Riglit .Medicine Pont Fail to Get Your Share Fealher-pvoof ticking; in narrow stripes or fiuicy patterns. Every yani uimranteotl. SEAMLESS SHEETING 1 city today. C. E. Lawrence, of Little Rock, transacted business in the city Wednesday. .\!rj. T. II. llnyncs returned today from Memphis where slio spent a wo:!; with her daughter, Mra. Russell Farr, and family. The Rev. W. W; Kyznv, formerly pnst^c of the First Baptist church 'unofficially as well—the most beautiful co-ed at North Carolina College for Wocmn, Greensboro, N. C. She was given that title by her 1800 fellow students In a secret vote. Cooter News Notes . James (Huddle) Birger, who dc-! end new of Philadelphia, Mlsu, is .veloped rat fever from haviii" bec'i In the city for two days. I bitten by a rut several'weeks ago W. A. Voss, of St. Louis nllcnd-1 hiw been In a very' : critical condi- ! eel to business In the "" ' * enroiito to Jonesbc-ro. Mr. and Mis. J Hii«s will leave Mcr.dny for New Orleans where they nrc to live. Their son, Is iil- rcndy t-'.icre. Mr. nines was formerly connected with the .Blythovillc typwritin? company. . • ' , Mrs. Ocorge Lange.'and Mrs. Fred lielchcl and tlaughtur.Mary, arc to spend tomorrow in Memphis. Miss Mary Blanche Gay is 111 nt the home of Mr. and 'Mrs. Monts Sanders. • • • : ; About 107,000 • mllca of wire will go Into the-cablDs-'spanning 3500 feet cf space holding' lip the new Hudson • rlv>:r bridge at New York. city today, i tlon. He Is times. meetings will be mission work. given ' for home Concussion of Riile Kills 8-Point Buck Have Family Reunion. Sister Margaret Mary, of Omnhn, Neb., who was before entering Ihe convent Miss Cora Cassldy, dniigh- ter of Mrs. Mattie Cosslcly, of Hufl^ man, wa» the guest of honor nt a family reunion Sunday evening. The affair was given at the Cassl- ry home at Hullinnn. Besides numerous rehitlves, Mr. and Mrs. Elberi Huffman, Elbert Hull man jr.. Mesdames Edna Harrison and Chester Caldwell. of this city, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cassldy and family of Steele, were present lor th'fe dinner, making R total ot 60 there.- ; . -" Family Mr. and.Mrs. T. B. Foirlcr'en- tertained a number of their, relatives with i family reunion Wednesday at their. 1 tKmie at 701'South Lake street. 'All ..of "the, imrncdfate family except"-".one • daughter, Miss Lavelle Fowler, of Clarksdale, Mis., were present for the..'dinner anr all day entertainment." "-•'• - Mr. and Mrs. A.-E.VDivls, Mr and XIrs. Clarence 'Massey, ttow'arc Clinton , \Vylodine 'Pauline and Clarence Massey jr., Ma'bry, Vardeman, James, Hubert, Helen -and Clayton Fowler made up.the g'ucs: list. - .-•" • . , * • » •'' A Crawford-Burns ,' : Miis Ruby Burns and Mr.-Henr Ed Crawford, both cf here, were issued a marriag? license yesterday. COLOHADO SPRINGS. Cob. (UP)—J. C. Bailey, mining com- pnny official, killed nn e!sl-.l-polul bucic during the recent. Colorado open' season on deer, but (lie bullet from his rifle ns^jev, touched the deer. .'' The animal dircl instantly from-a broken spine nl tlic nionieiiL Bailey fired at it. There was no. evidence whatever of the bullet entering the body. Bailey fired at a distance of 200 yards and the u«r Iclt over at the crack of the rilfe. physicians examined the carcns: nd cerlflccl that concussion from he liigh-powered rille carlri aused the animal's tleMh. It \vas he . f»r.^E tn?tance known of hers vhen such a l,irge animal was illcd in that manner, although mail game have been kr.own to lave died from concussion. The buck's spine uas broken OIT iharply, as If by a terrific b'.ow, jut-in reality by concussion. Comes) almost paralyzed Miss Agues Kemtal, who been visiting h^r father, wliD tently •married Mrs. Jcslo Phlliip=. ias returned to her home in Forrest City, Ark. Lillian Turnbough, of Cottonwood Point, who has been makin? Her home here with Mr. aiid Mrs ClyrteRobl nson.. returned to Co:- tonwcod' Mondny to enter schbpl crowd. charlvnr'led -Jlr. feel Always It I'latj Warn of Disordered Kidiretjs. Are you troubled v.'ith backache, bladder irritations and [letting up at night? Then don't take chances! Help your kid- r.eysat the firstsiijn of disorder. Use Dorm's Pilfs. Successfulfor more than 50 years. Endorsed by hundreds of thousands of grateful users. Get Dean's to. Sold everywhere, DoanS ie Lubricant and Pain Reliever b/ingi Comfort and Eoi* ln nnd r^ltis rcl "— St rot eh! ni; wKhoul dla- couilurt—NiTvi'A soo . of nti vniliicnt obsta nnd iiratseil hy c-udutlosa [UouEiiiida for over CO 'years. TUc marvelous Motbrr'u FrlcnU-^^rxftr^aUy app^fcd— brings re- Eel!"- -"Very - valuaUIo In keeping • the jreasts lit yooil comlltlon. A\sv pats you lu fine'etin|ic for the ftppro.iculnK ordeal. Do try It tonlebt! All drugstores sell nutl rocoruuicud SlotUcc'a Frlfnit. Clip*and Mail thisCoupon Today To Tlio HriiUn«ld Co., Albnlii, Ca. nn<l rcrrlvc FRET! pnst jiai.l (In 1'lnln vtivoloiie) tliclr ^l-p^i;c !lluJ- trntvil Ijook In colors— "Things to Know Uoforo Baby Conies," (X) Nnmo Street or R, F. D/. CUj-- •" Slate y!_»_.rn n M TI n 11 n „ • n , , What A Woman* 44 YEARS OLD Should^ eigh Arc You GclliiiK Fat? ; ICcline has been found in coal by 'Gcrniaii scientists. Lawn sprinklers have been installed 'on the roof- oi an Omaha apartment, buildlr.g u> lower the temperature dnring-extremely hot weiither. .:'•'• These arc authentic figures—look over t'.ie table below—if your weight !J1; and height nintch lliem—congrntu- [ /|y ate yourself—your fijurc is a i M hapely, onp—free from fat—weigh I ^ yourself 'today. •'-» ,, : ...,:Agea x .10,.lo -1-1 : ^ No Colds This Winter Opens ITp Stuffed No>lrils in 3 Opex keeps nc='.nls anil ihron free from nuicu:—Hu?/;r.': in care GootUon-Smilh ". '.',' ' A marriage HCOIIFC was ed yesterday by Mi^ Bcbbie Smith, j^"' 1 " J':^" 5 ""i-ff '""'''Pr 1 l bf Manila, and tJir. Clyde Goodson. ?? ltl !? c mo - nl "=- c '« it n •of'Leachville. ^° ' ;Dru 3 Co.. cr any_dmj store ^ Ft. ll.ln^.r•', Ft. C In. •' 5 Ft. 1 "Iiy ~ 2 111/;' v 3 In. 4 Illy 5 In. ' 0 In. • 7 Iri. 8 in. 9-In.''. 5 Ft.. 5 Ft. 5 Ft: 5 Ft! 5 Ft. 5 Ft.- 5 Ft. 5 Ft. 5 Ft. 10 In. 126 Pounds ' 128 130 .133 13S ISO H3 HI 151 153 109 162 rpUGHS \f~: *^ as 'te**-'&~<i KW'-o'on f lli.al keeps.up with mcc'.trn ir.cdical'dls- cr.verlcs—V:sc foi- 20 days—if not joyfuily satisfied —money back. OVEI»»'llHll10M JARS USED YEARLY . Weights -given • includes ordinary indfioV clothing. If you arc ovcnvei-jht cu: oir ' M pics, pastries nnd cake — ako car.ily j (t) for 4 weeks— then wciuh y:.ursc'.'[ | •.'/• asain— Go light on poi.itL-r--:-!u'. i flj butter, cream and sugar- -t-.it icon ! Jjj. njCRt^-chlckcn, nsli. saic.d— t vegetables and friill. -.Take;, one half Icflspoo:: Kruschcn Sails in a '' every breakfast— This MUS. CIIAI(!.i:S STU11GES "1 can truthfully iay tl-.r.t I had not spent a well clay for ten ytais before taking Konjola", Kiiti Mrs. Charles Sturgcs, 101 Hil! S'.reet, Joplin. "I underwent two operations nncl since thai time 1 have been a victim of chronic cun.slipa- ticn. My sto:i:ach became so weakened that I could cat nothing but liquid foods. Back pains and night risings disturbed my rest. "I have not spent :. day in bed since I began taking Kcnjola. My feet, hands, and li:ni)5 arc no longer swollen. I .ii3\v cat solid foods and suffer no ill tffecU. I spent hundreds of dollars in a:i attempt to find relief but Konjola is the only remedy that ever gave me relief." This great medicine taken regularly cue-! 1 a six to eight week per- Iccl can do for you all that it did for Mrs. Sturges. Try Kon- jola today. Konjola is sold in Blythcvilli!, Arl-.cnsns at Kirby Eni£ S'.orcs, \ nnd by all the best druggists in I all towns throughout this entire | section. —Adv. Hrown LI; Domestic Hint is fiill-pC ;!0 inches wide. Yard J - Misses DRESSES Your choicu of f>0 all silk trope dresses in si/es 14 to 42 and 4-1 to 50. These were made up fo Keii at Si.95. Wi? lioughl them cheap and you save the difference. Your unre- stricicd choice of any dress in llic 1,000 yards of fancy ginghams TC plaids or small checks. Yard 3 Fur Trimmed COATS Ladies, this really is a vrendci'fu! opportunity to buy a rea! nice co?.t for a trifle. Plain Coats —Fur Trimmed Co.tbi and :t number of Pine Spring Coate—inostiy :;i! arc $U.7a values. Your ehoicc at 3 1 (MSffllS _ Mens extra heavy cotton 'JQCJ sweater coats', with pockets i<J H AW^WS w ° o1 mixcd ' <louljlc i)e(1 C j " jLAllllliiO blankets. Size CIS x 80. §i Every blanket weighs full 3 8-4 pounds. AW :e are ways. to make A!si) iii ;iolid while, .pjnkandlblue, MENS OXFOEB ""' ""^"^ A. real !?ood looking oxford, neiv wing tip. Good «-carin>; rubber soles and heels. a ll il more appetizing and Mrs. Myra Doiigan will tell you how At the COURIER NEWS Wide ribbed hcse in sizes' 5 to 10. Pair In black, brown, n»ile_nr j|ciac. Wade by Friedman- Shelby, guaranteed. Pair « solid leather, heavj- duty work shoes in 5>l;;eli or tr»n. Plain or cap toes, Panco or leather sulcj. Cooking School F1VI9 black, brown, grey or blue. socks in HC lue. I'r. » Mens' 'j lie rnn:oys K^iuiolph .srr;j? luits. ni2(ie :i:i<l giiar:tntcr:l Ity tlie Kar.ilul[ih Clotliiiiff C'o., itriilirh nf ('urlfp Clolh- in.? Cc., at the lowest price in ovci- r ln years. 'J'his is n fills Frencli ail wool s'jr^c in rr&ulr.rs — slim. 1 ) — stubs and stouts, up to 30. Satisfaction glttrcntccrl or a new suit free. Priced (luring this sale at Trousers 122 pairs of boys Longce Corduroy pants in size:; (i to 1<>. At much less than factory cost. You'll have to hurry to get in on this astounding value at jier pair ity. d « , . .-,_:-.. .,.....•. , . itqriuiii Novembei- 18-19-20-21. 500 yards of pretty scrim, worth lOc yd. Yd. r of blue, ml, greL'ii or goid. >|JQ Solid leather shoes for .(M 'Jfl men and boys. Pair ^-ti» J Genuine Friedman-Shelby (International Sitoe Co.) solid k'.ither Scout shoes. livery !>air guarantee;!. Vi'diHi'ii of Blyiliovilic an: torUuuiLc indoctl lo lia\c [his upporHinily o!' hearing lhe liiiiif.n- I'xjitrl GJi)'-Doii^st\C Soii'iico and Home KcoHOiiiH's! •.^Sik'y,u\s a vrry inter- 1ENS BOOTS You can't heat it. Men's f?9 . Ifi-iiu'h booties. Pair <j)Di morn in ^ is the i iiiisli'uetivc nlQ^sago for house- and sensible way to take c:; i.,t— ;,A (i ! £5 C^ilt bottle of Kviischcn K.il!:. ] \A lar.ls" 4 \\ecks-Gc; it a: Ki:bv . 'V liruit ,00.. or. any drug s'.ore .n M the world—you'll be glorioi!!-;y ahve- (ij —vigorous and vlviciou- In 4 I.;.. -. followed by acliial iti the in 1 1 of eookintr and serviuji i'oods _ ••.• .'^'r*. i .'^?r i .'.C r i*A'^ T - % • '-'*-> • r i n~-?i"f~v"* • '* v ^*.'.-'*^^* •,'~ r .'. HV •'. T 7 :"' *\~~:~^'.;'~r' • ^i^.. S>-s i *• !£^t-*=^t-!!^t^S:'±~'£&^'Z&&S^^ Made with genuine 1'ara curd Kolcs that will outwear leather. 10 new Tall styles. Pair Slippers with the built in Arch Supports. New Fall ^iyles in patent and UM, both black and brown in Straps and Ties. _ _ ' Kxlru ^ood wcii;h1. Kach Uibtjed union suits in sixes 'i to 1C. \Vhile or colors. CKILD8ENS UNIONS 4S°

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