The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 14, 1930
Page 2
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El^ NEWS ^ Personal SOCIETY-CLUBS ties and New8 of i * it Irirt ,oe Third Birthday. j Oglesby' Tnomas, ''Mr. and Mrs. Sam . 35 of her lit lit friends! Jns.t6"play with' her'yesterday at- • "terjipoh -'because' it was' her' third [ ? birthday, A number ol mothers nc-j • crai'panieil the little boys 'cad girls' : mgkinj more than 50 guests. j .v, 'Playing' with the pretty feltls, • w&lett.'• Included numerous toys, tt>= ! birthday ; ca)te wltli its three can-j clle?, £he.unique Jtyors of-animal l ciacter $ifh bons..and balloons were r '.features'' bl the' parly. Ice e'remn ; w».«erved- with- the cake, • •• . •. I .. Along with the children present | ': from here was little Jane Evelyn; rtori.'incl'.-her pio(her, -Mrs. | Kily&)gfon,;of' Memphis,.-:',; 1 ; •-."""*. L - *~\ • • • •-•*, >. r-(~- Hiu SUf Dinner. "' ! '.' - Hurry : AUcihs..was- surprised with '- : i, last evening given : by ! Mr£.>Alk'iiis lii remembering'-his .. %ih anniversary. Fourteen of his gtntlcmen friends attended the nf- *?k - • '{Chrysanthemums and ferns inada . afi'Jattraclive selling for the table vsfch had for Its centerpiece cake with candles on It shaped like n qttretlon mark. 'After the serving of the delect- abS" menu the four members of a . ejtiartet, Roland Hunt, E. A. Good- rl$K. J. \V. Rlner and the hosl bung se*«ral selections along with group tongs. . ,.Mr. Atkins 1 'mother, Mrs.' 1 A. M. . Apjris, of Paragould. aisUtediMrs. Hirry Atkins In'^ervlng the dinner. •••-Bis'friends pr&ented him.air nr- .'rial.of gifts In'-'honor of. (hc'r'occa- . sfon. " -,-«. * -* • b. C. Member? Hear ^Ute Convention., f report of the recent state con- .vaBtion at Helena by Mrs. Marvin • Robinson featured' the meeting of tte/j United Daughters of tlie Con- racy Tliursday afternoon at I hi; of Mrs. John Wetb. Mrs. Cotton Queea hotri- __ Hytilnson, who had the honor ol .'.. njaklng the nomination speech In - prcscnTing Mrs. Hugh Montague of Little Rock for the office of state - tiiijtorlan, told of" the 'interesting' . programs and business meetings participated in by women from nil ': pafts of the state. ' ;Jjfrs. C. E. Crlgger was leader of th.e'pr°gram wfth a paper on David - O.'-Dodd, the Arkansas bay hero. -:'glyeh by Mrs. Eugene Dlckensoi) «1}(1 Mrs. O. C. Ganske read a pa. perl "the Five Southern- Generals." . Martha Ware Robblns, of Steele, 'Mb; .gave the rending "Jolly Qyp- •The hoslesses, Mesda'meV John : wT*bb, Dick Webb, Herman Cross, .. A«M. Butt, F. P. Martin served delirious refreshments to the 30 giiest^ Hojnc Missions Studied Jn'jAII Day Program . Members of trie woman's auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church dtiidled home- missions aiding foreign races, negroes, Indians and mountain folk In on all day meeting, at the church today. InVkeeping'.. with 1 'jttie -self denial splrjt a simple menu was served at the'puncheon hour. There were 22 women at the morning session nucl 30':yho attended the afterncon program. Afsecretary of the home missions Bits of News Mostly Personal The most beautiful girl In a dozen Mississippi delta counties, clinrmlne Miss Georgia 1'cnco'ck, v aljove, ol Cliirksilalc, wng chosen queen of Iht Cl.irksilale Collon Festival, annual :elo of I lie Mississippi dc-lui. varied program arc: Marlon Toinp- klns, Lavclle Deaettc. Alice S^ll- ba, Evelyn Smart, Alta Fay Simmons. Mary- McAfee, Margery 'warren, Elaine Anderson, Virginia Little, Mnrjorle Ross, Frances Little Pollynniu IJuck, Ann Tompklns, Margaret. Shaver and Anna M°c! Jones. . ,'.'"• ..) • '. • *' vi * ; -. • • Son norn. ' ;^ ; Mr. nnd Mrs. Rnymoiul Foxier announce the birth of a son today at noon. The baby, who weighed eight nnd a half pounds, i ms not been named. Before her marriage several years ago Mrs. Fowler waa Miss Corlnne Womnck. • • • To Have Council Meeting Members of the Luxora Woman's club' will be- hoslcaes to other members of the County Counclhof Farm Women for an nil day nie^t.- Ing nt. Urn court house- Satuidnj,'- Miss Cgrg Lee, Coleninn, home de- inoiistrnll&ri' agent, Is In charge "bf the affair. Misses Elizabeth Rives, Marjorle Siewnrt, Virginia and Louise Bourand attended the football gam- In Wilson yesterday. Mr. nnrt Mrs. Max .B Rclti arid two children, went to Henderson. Tenh.,' last night where they will vltit Mr. Reid's mother until Sunday, W. n. Tanner who Is attending .10 business In Helena will return tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs, Russell Phillips and Mtw Patty Moore went to Nnshvll!*. Te:'.n., today where they iwlil attend the Vanderbllt-Tcnncs- scc game ni:d si«hd the weekend with Mrs- Phillips' mother and sister, whn Is Miss Moore's mother. Erntnn and -Bobble' Luttrcll arc ,.-'turning to Memphis' today after I visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'l 1 \'. LuUrcll,.for several flays. ' Mrs. C- G. Smttli ha$ gone' to the Memphis ' Bniitlsl -hospital whore sho.wlll reinatn for a week or (en days trcntmeht.' 'Mr. Smith wlio accompanied her there Wednesday, 1ms returned home. Mrs. R'.'jert Kllviriglon nnd i daughter. Jam Evelyn/ of 1 Memphis,' who' have been ..ijicndUiff^'scvcral' weeks with Mrs. Kilvlneton's par-1 ie'nts, Mr and Mrs, Z. A'. : McCutslqg;' larc planning to 'return.Jioine with-! In'a^few days. - '••'•• *••.: " r Mrs. Enmult Mulr and daughter, Mrs. Walter Brooks, of Chicago, linvc arrived for a month's stay with Mn:. Mulr's mother, Mrs. T. A. Bovlfs, ' -- :, - --. •;, ., ' ...Mrs. A.'_M. Atkms/of-'Parag'ould, Is tile-guest'of Mr. 1 jrid.M'rj.-Harry Atkins, Mf. and Mrs. Thurmnn.'-'At- klns, Mr. and Mrs. Jinf :• Burn» f for a week, • • k Miss Bcraic Lee Hugglns has rc- iurncd to her home in Rector after visiting her sister, Mrs. Hairy At- Uns, for a few, days. Jim Burns, who hns been rerl- ously 111 several tiayir. Is no better. Judge G,.E..'Kcck, Doyle. Henderson nnd Frank Henley are'In Jackson, Tcmi., today. Ross D. Hughrs, T. J. Mahan and Byron -Morse attended th'c footUnll einie In Wllsin ytstordjtt'. ' ' . '.:. - Mrs.. Loy Welch'WllJ.leave'this nf lern'Qon •: fw- • •Ka.Me.-'TSl t y°\vh pre' *lw ;v, ; ill visit "'her 'dnughter.-.ftortha. Elizabeth, who Is 'In : 'schooi;'therer She expects to return'Monday./' :.--.-Lee Medlln hit this nite'rrioon for cpmvay where hei- yl(l , : spend" the weekend .with his lather' H'ho. had his hand cut oft In in accident. '. -Vlr. and Mn,'. Otto Kochlltzky art In Nashvillj for. 'the weekend wfio'ro Mr. KochtitzSiy Is attending to business . • .'•"•": Mr..and Mrs. A. C. Ward went to Kcnrietf yesterday. Mrs. Ward is temalnlng there for ; 'thc rest of, Mr. and Mrs. J. Neal-.Qce.7ii nre In Memphis today '•J.-H. "Fisher- nttend?d to business Mfs. James H. Brooks, conducted thi\program from the book "Near Neighbors" by Dr. Honwr McMillan', 1 exccnilve serctary of the home m&ion board in the Souhern Presbyterian church. " . : '-. Mrs. Eva T. Morrison -led the'op- enb|g devotional followed wit!-, the tat on "The Home MisUons Imperative" by. Mrs. Brooks- In tnk- In^up the ^building of the' church Mr£ Ross Stevens ; lllustratetV. h^r dlscjiislon ^flth the'-erection of n muMatiire church. I 'pi {ix afternoon ses;ion Mrs. D. C.;McLean had the first devotional before Mrs. Roy Walton's talk on "Tile Man's Trail". Mrs. 'George:[ W^iDillahuniy led the .devotional for,! the negro discussion biV-Mrs. : LesH; Hooper on "Helping the Backward." "Developing a Great People" was MriL- Tom Sc coy's theme for her talk!-of the:mountaineers. Mh-,«O. L (Hancock- : had }h(s' 'devotional. Mis Marsh M. Callavvay conduced tbie^ program with a discussion of "Ity^ghbars oi Many Races 1 ' in which she spoke interestingly of thciforeign people in the United States. Ths devotional perio<l of .- this chapter,, was. given, by Mrs. T. J.lMahan V" " ' " " '' r " hi Memphis yesterday. Hospital Notes Mrs. L. W. Stanford, cliy. ivtis dismissed .from the Blythcvillc hos- pital'today. • Has. Club \: '•:' -"• -. '-'': fcfrs. Josiah Fort of Clarfci,vii>,?, Tonn^ an^.Mrs- W.. Lean Smith.' M'ljre guests' of' Mrs." W. '~M. Me - ' Ksi^ie when she also entertained thi. : Thursday Luncheon club The pastel shades of orchid and yellow were effectively used In the iSrving of the delectable two cph^se nv?nu at small tables. $n the afterncon of bridge Mrs Bywm Morse won the prize, hosiery.'. 's.. W. C. Higginson entertiin- tf Ihc members of the Young Ma-' trails'club Thursday afternoon for .'. ; .thetcustomary weekly party. Mrs. • aMlt Monaghan Jr., won the pri22. ho^ery. • -.Tltte hostess, served a delicious _ ol*d, cake and coffee. RcciUl. .;• . . '->-lUss Margaret McrrlH Is-p'resrm ai'jJome of her piano v $tudehts in of a series of recitals Gat- afternoon, 2 o'clock, at th; 16, tb which the public is in jiUiin-ths I i the week and Mr. Keiihett'la'''it- tending to btisinest In that pa;t[ of Mtwourl. , Walter Clyde HlK-des, : of •' Brink- loy, Arlt., Is the guest of Mr. and Mre:.Byron Morse. . - •-;.;.. Miss Mary Lynn BJLSS, who WEE brought home from Memphis Tues^ day where she had been (11 tyr twp weeks, was returned to the iBapilst hospital yesterday, she -wilKunderi go an operation tomorrow. Her par, ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bass, Mrs Myrtle M. Bourland, and Miss Elizabeth Bass, of Chicago, arc with her. . ..,.--,Mis. W. S. Langdon was called to Memphis today ty the'lllness-of her daughter, Mrs.- Ci' L.^'Smlth : Hobart-Fulton,"6f New Orleans Is attending to- business -here f6r two days. : • ' i Miss Winifred Goodrich, \vho la a. student at , Hendrlx-Hendertop college, at Conway, 1 Ark., arrived last night for a visit with her par', 1 cuts, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. A. Goodrich', She will be here until Monday. ~ Among those who attended the football game at Wilson-yesterday 1 i'ere: Misses Evelyn Blythe Othus .Bracken, M^garet Stewart, Ann'a Loulw't Evaps, ' -Doris.-: orlhe Hutchins, Dqrk McGhef,; Mildred Moore,' Martha ' Lee' Hal) Mary Alice Taylor, Marie Leggett 1 ' Irma Laura -Barnes, Mary Frances Gtacy, Frances Parker and Rosfl M. Hardy. ,' Mis William Tosh and children. of Monroe, La., are visiting Mrs- Tosh's mother, Mrs. Tom Watson, at 112 East Cherry street. <' •, R N. Hill Jr., who attends Herj- drlx-Henderson college at Conway, IS at home for several days stay with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. R-. N. Hill. Wauda tnNles Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fisher, Is ill- from scarlet fever. Her condH .tlon'today is very gogd. "' BARGA! For Saturday and Monday Bananas, Fancy Yellow CABBAGE. CELERY" Green Heads Pound 2c ONIONS Spanish or livd I'ound Culifornhi Stnlk 9c LETTUCE •18's Bach GRAPES Fancy Pound ORANGES Medium Sixc> 19c ' • ™ • m ^^^~^-'~^*^f^*mmf^mmmmm ling Best, Ib. ;,.v,Tlie Woman's •' Lci-attrtv'rit . ] ; 'beauty Slvip - .'• : !•'• ! '.Ingraru • Bulidin-f i ilia : an^'alirnctive display of" lilctnrts; r pilloHs and other uoveUics' Ideal for gifts and ' •' ., 0 rders' accepted 'for • baking. MH'S. -C.-;M. cii.iv , MriS..,,!; D., JIcDQWELL All • rectal diseases I:e Hemorrhoids (Piles),- Anal - fissures, i Ulcers, .etc.,-examined and treated ultliout charge. : This ) treatnient .is non-surgical and ddes'not confine"one to their j bed. Ollnic hours each Wednesday from 1:00 to 3:00'P. if. Varicose Vein'cases will also be accented and -treated. '' DRS. NIES & NIES 511 Main I'hone OS r flrsl nielure. lalkiiij; GEM Theatre Osccola, Ark. I * • -a 1 riday and Saturday '.SJaturday .Malinw, 2::iO.- ht-r-Two Shows—. 7:1.3 ami !i;00 WE THANK YOU We take this opportunity to thank the housewives, groccry- nwn ami cafes for miking it possible for us to sell in exactly 30 liusimw days more than G60 sacks of Sauer's Infallible Flour ".1 .-No onf r^Jn appreciate more tjia'ti lit -this co-operation :inrt Ihc willhigness. of these pcupla on our rccoiunicniLilloii tn Rive this prndact'a' trbl, ami, wt: hope • as lone n'sjf jlvcs entire 'lalisfactlon 1 »hat you will 'ccritlnuc to market ami use i^inc. Sauer's Milling Co. •' . '' MKS. LtLLlE Md(!S-IOHT/-; "' . . , , - Dcnionstralor ivprcscnlalivc ' J. I). Mi-mrtVKLl., Salosni;in Manager Gotten States Sales Go.* Inc. ItKlrilmtors 'This Fidiir ts On S:ilc Ami I'ru-i'd, (hiwlit.v Considi-u'd, - Very Kcason;;blc )!.v The [-'(illowint; Good (Inn-i'rvmen: Nabcrs «nrt Nabcrs C. I.. Di.ilir W. 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