The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1930 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 14, 1930
Page 4
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(AUK,). CQURIEU NEWS _FU1DAY, | l T< * i iff.-" Items of Personal Interest »«wV i a .;. ; QflPltTV PI I IRQ uUulE.! Y-ULUDu • Activities and of •M July OD Third Birthday. Ktt&feen Oglesby' Tnomas, of Mr and Mrs. Safn 35 of her little friends In to play with her vesterday at- Unjobn because H was her third birthday, A number of mothers ac- coiripanleo. the little boys c-nd girls making'- more than 50 gues'.s. 'Playing"with tlie pretty gifts, wfcS?h : -Included numerous toys, ths birthday : cake x.'lth its three candle*, the^unlqUe faijors of-animal cracker b/ph tons, and balloons were Jeatures of the party. Ice cream wa sserved with -the cake. . Along with tho children present from, here was little Jane Evelyn » 'anij'--tier-mother, ^Irs. 'ito'n,"; of;-Memphis,-;'. Has SUc Dinner, •Harry-.Atkins, was surprised .with a, last evening given by • Mrs. •: Atkins hi remembering his birth anniversary. Fourteen of his gwtlemen friends attended the affair. ^Chrysanthemums and ferns mada an^tttlraclive setting for the table wfttch had for its centerpiece cake with candles on It shaped like a question mark. 'After the serving of the delect- ab'lif menu the four members o( a qa'alrtet, Roland Hunt, E. A. Good- rljli; J. W. Rlncr and the host sang say«ral selections along with group songs. Mr. Atkins 1 ' mother, - Mrs.' 1 ; A, M. A^ns, ot Parsgmiid, assisted;.Mrs. : Hwry Atkins in'^e'rvlns the dinner. ', ' -His'friends presented hlm.eurar-•' ras'.of gifts liv honor of, the" 'occa-! stpn. • ' *,.• * * * Urb. C. Members Hear Convention.; .^l.reporl of the recent stale con- vaatlon at Helena by Mrs. Marvin Rojblnsoh featured the meeting of thje/tUnlted Daughters of the con- fedjracy Thursday afternoon at'ths home of Mrs, John Webb. Mrs. Rtljihson, who hart the honpr ot maklne the nomination speech In presenting Mrs. Hugh Montague of Little Rock for the. office of state llkjiprian, to!d of'-th'e . interesting programs and ' business meetings participated in by women from nil palts of the state. .Sts. C. E.'Crigger was leader ot thfli'prograih wi'th a paper on David O.VDodd, the Arkansas boy hero, glyjtn by Mrs. Eugene Diokensoi) and Mrs. O. 0. Ganske read a pa- peri "the Five Southern Generals." Martha Ware Robblns, ot Steele, Mo' gave the reading "Jolly Gypsies:-" ' 1 • > -. Trtie hostesses, MesBamts' Johi) Webb, Dick Webb, Herman Cross, A;.M. Butt, P. P. Martin served delicious refreshments to the SO'gi're'sfs. present. ., , 1 .< : : ;' • • «,'•/£•. 1 r Hokc Missions Studied In' All Day Program Members of the woman's auxiliary, of the First Presbyterian church tludled home missions amjmg foreign races, negroes, Indi?ns and mountain folk in an all day meeting^ at the cliurch today\ In':k.eeping : witli,the self denial spirit a simple menu was served at the'.luncheon hour. There were 22 women at the morning session anil 30 who attended the afternoon program A4'Eeeretary of the home missicns Mrs. James H. Brooks, conducted the.iprogram from the book "Near Neighbors" by Dr. Honvjr McMtl- laiy,' executive seretnry of the home mission board in the Souhcrn Presbyterian church. , -. ij ' Mrs. Eva T. Morrison-led the.'op- enftg devotional followed with-the talk 1 on "The Home MtsUons Im peratlve" by Mrs. Brooks- In tak- Injjl'up thbibuildlng of the churcVi Mrs Ross Stevens"; illustrate;^ ' discussion iflth-the' erection of 'a miniature church. til tfe? afternoon sesjdon Mrs. D C..McLean had the first devotlona before Mrs. Roy Walton's talk on "The Man's Trail". Mrs. 'George \vy- ; DUlahunly led the .devotional | for ; ' the negro discussion by i ~<Mr5.' Leslie Hooper on "Helping the Backward" "Peveloping a G*eat People" was MriL-'Tom Secoy's theme for her talk! of the"!mountaineers. Mrsjp.. L?Hancock-' : h6d thfa' -devotional. Mrs Marsh M- Callaway concluded the': program with a discussion of "Neighbors oi Many Races" In which she spoke interestingly of thpiforelgn people in the United; - Stfete& Tho ' devotional period of [ this chapter, was.giyen^ by'Mrs. T. J.lMahan V'~ '" "' '' "'' '" ' '-V* v * .• . * :. - H»s, Club *-. ; ' -' * ' '•'= »Irs. Josiah Fort of Claifc.vlfr!, Tenn., and Mrs W. Leon Smi^h ', guests "of Mrs/W. *M Me-' Kcijzie when she also entertained the; ThurEday Luncheon club t : pastel shades of orchid and »• were cUccttrely used in the Serving of the delectable two coUse n>2nu at small tables. Jri the afterncon of bridge Mrs Morjc won the prize, hos- Cotton Quee?i Bits of News Mostly Personal the week and Mr. Kemie'ttV attending to burliest In that parti bt Mistourt. i , Walter Clyde Rhrdes, ; 'o( f firink- l«y, Ark., Is Hie guest of Mr. and Mrs.. Byron Morse- .- •_•>£• .. Miss Mary Lynn Bass, who' was brouglit home from Memphis Tuej; day where she had bson (11. for two weeks, was returned to the..Baptist hospital yesterday. She wllUundcr? go an operation tomorrow; Her par j ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bass, Mrs. Myrtle M. Bourland, and Miss Elizabeth Baa, of Chicago, are with her. . .....-• W. D. Tanner who Is attending .to business In Helena will return tomorrow. Mr. nnd Mrs, Russell Phillips and Mta Patty Moore went to Nashville, Tenn., today where they will attend the Vanderbilt-Tennessee ganie nrd spend the weekend with Mrs Phillips' mother and sister, who Is Miss Moore's mother. Erman and 'Bobble Luttrell are returning to Memphis • today after vldtlng their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I'. N. LuUrelI,.for several'days. ' Mrs. C G. Smith has .gone' lp the Memphis '. Baptist 'hospital ttliwe sho will remain for a .week or ten days treatment.' 'Mr. Smith wlio accompanied her there Wed- - —- ...,, ncsday, has returned home. cnls . Mr - ancl AIr s- E. A. Goodrich' Mrs. R'.'jcrt Kllvjngton and • Sh i *'"' te here unt " Mo nda> daughter, Jan.3 Evelyn/ of 'Memphis ' f^??, 1E ose .™?, n . t l cn < I eti th» who'have been,.iiwidln^'seferoi' 100 "' 3 " 8ame at Wilson^vesterdav^ weeks with Mis. Kilvlneton's par-1 'ents, Mr and Mrs, Z. A'.-McCulston;. ,^,,,7^" p ^.TJ ,£"r.?'" """ a .i BARGAI For Saturday and Monday Bananas, Fancy Yellow <* Mrs. W. S. Langdon was 'called to Memphis today Ijy the lllness-of her daughter, Mrs. C.' L.^Smlth. Hobart -Fulton, 'of New -Orleans, 1 Is attending to • business here for two dnys. • : - • •<•• Miss Winifred'Goodrleh, who !sl| a. student at , Hendrlx-Hendersop. '• college, at Conway/ Ark., arrived 1 i last night for a visit with her jrarV CABBAGE Green Iliads Count! California SI a Ik , 9c GRAPES . Fancy Pound ONIONS Spanish or Red found LETTUCE 'IS's Bath 3c ORANGES Medium Si/.e- Dozen • Tho most beautiful girl In a dozen Mississippi ilella counties, clmrmlrig Miss (fcoreli Peacock, * above; ol Clarksdalo, was chosen ciuoch of tin C'.l.irksclalo Cotton Festival, annual rcte or tnc ?Ilssl8sli>pl arc planning to 'return .home wltiv-' : In a "few days. <•••''• '-.•'. '•'-' Mrs. Emmott Mulr and dniiglitcr, Mrs. Walter nrooks, ot Chicago, have arrived lor a month's stay with Mn. 1 . Muir's mother, Mrs- T. A. Bovlfs. '", '-. .-•""• ••!• ,''•• .:.Mrs. A- JJ. Atklns/.'of''Paragould, Is the eucif of Mr,-and.Mr?. Harry Atkins, Mf. and Mrs..Thurmnn; ; At- rf- Burn^' for kins, Mr. and Mrs. a \vcck. miod program are: Marlon Tomp;ins, Lnvclle Dcaettc. Alice Sa;i- ba, Evelyn Smart, Alta Fay Simmons, Mary- McAfee, Margery War- -cn, Elnlne Anderson, Virginia Litle, Nfarjorle Ross, Frances Little, Pollyaima Buck, Ann Tompklns" Margaret Shaver and Anna Maq Jones. , ,. •' .•; . ; • i' ,-i ^ - '••: i Son' Born. ' '.^ • Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fowler announce the birth of a son today at noon. Tlie baby, who weighed eight and n halt pounds, has not been named. Before her marriage several years ago Mrs. Fowler whs Miss Corinne Wornack. • « • To Have .Council-Meeting Members of the Luxorn Woman's club : will be liostci«3 to other nembers of the County Councirof Farm Women for an all day meeting nt Iho court house Saturday. Miss Ogrg-Lee, Coleman, home 3.3- noiurrntibn^ agent, Is In charge "of the affair. * * • Misses Elizabeth Rives. Marjorle Stewnrt, Virginia nnd Louise Bourand attended the football gam-;' in Vilson' yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Max .B Reid and wo children went to Henderson, Tenii., lost night wliere they will lilt Mr. Reid's mother until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. .Ncal'.Gccall are in Memphis today - -J.;H.-;Flshcr-attended to business! In Memphis, yesterday. Hospital Notes Mrs. L. W. Stanford, city, was dismissed .from the Bh'thevillc hos- pital'today. .- lalkiti" ;..W. C. Higginson cntertain- cd'Jthe members of the Young Ma- trqtK'club Thursday afternoon for ..thefcuslomary weekly party. Mrs. aMtt Monaghan Jr., won the prizj, hosiery.- The hostess, served n delicious sated, cake and coffee. ,T«j:iiare Recital. ,' ; . . • j |tUs Margaret Merrill, Is-prcscnl-; in^iipmc ot her piano\»tudents in' >a Sisl'bf a series ot rrcitals Sa* ;i uraly allernooi;. 2 o'clock, at the jtiffo. to which the public is !n- «jj*t;,in ; the i GEM Theatre Osccola. Ark. Friday and Saturday • '.Saturday i::ifl. Sho^s— . 7:13 and !):0(1 Potatoes, Wyoming Best, Ib. 2c Mtss Bmlc Lee Hugglns has returned to her home In Rector nttei- Isltlng her ststei-, Mrs. Hurry At- cins, for a few dnys. Jim Burns, who has lx:en rerl- ::dy !!! scvcrnl (inyj;. Is no better. Judge G..E. Keck, Do;-le. Homier- on nnd Frank Henloy ore" hi Jackon, Tenu., today. Ross D. Hughes. T. J. Malinn nnd syron-Morsc attended tHe footBnll anie in Wilson ycsterdK. ' . :. Mrs. toy welch wilj- Icayc thli teniitonirfff- -. -Kn.M(C:-X!ltJ 1: 'wripr>" lis;-'*Ul visit' he r'dn'ugh'tef.-.jvlii'rtha ; Sjzobeth', who is 'In ; '«chooi; theie;- J he expects to return Monday.. .' LfG.Mciilln l2lt-thls a'flerrioon Jor , :on : wny where 'ho' vU\ .'/spend. the. reekend with his ratheV Who had ils-hand cut 'off ln.-an accident. Mr. fliid Mri, 1 . Otto Kbchtltziy re In Nashvllli; for ' : the . weekend l;ere Mr. Kochtltzky Is attending o busltieEs "• -.'•'•• ' Mr. . and Mrs. A. C, Ward went o Kennett' yesterday. Mrs. Word 5 remaining there for 'the r.?st ol Hutch'lns, Dirls McGhe*,; Mildred Moore," Martha" ' lie' ' HalK Mary Alice Taylor, Marie Legged; Irma Laura -Barnes, Mary Frances Slacy, Frances Parker and Rosa M Hardy. ,' Mrs. William Tosh and chlldniri. of Monrcc, La., are visiting Mrs; Tosh's mother, Mrs. Tom Watson, at 112 Enst Cherry street. i' R. N. Hill jr., who attends Hen{ drlx-Henderson college at Conway,' ia at home for several days stas; with his parents, Dr. and Mrs, Ri N. Hill. .': Wanda LnNles Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H, Fisher, is lit from scarlet fever. Her condl-! tipn/'today Is very Bood. : .J ;,.vThe Woma's Mrs.McAdam's Slixip :'•' I' '. '' In'grihi" Hulldin-r His ; «n~'»ltractive display of.' pictures,', pillows and other novelties' Ideal for gifts and ''" Orders 'accepted Tor .baking. MBS. .b.-:.M. cn.\v jf: .p;, MCDOWELL IKEEPROCTOLOGY'CLW All rectal diseases i:e Hemorrhoids (Piles), Anal - fissures, Ulcers, ,cta., examined and treated without charge. This treatment . Is noil.surgical nnd does' not confine one to. their bed. Clinic hours each Wednesday from 1:00 to 3:00' P. 11. Varicose Vein "cases will also be accepted and treated. • DRS. NIES & NIES 514 Main Phone OS WE THANK YOU We take this opportunity to thank the housewives, grocery- men and cafes for n-.iklnj it possible for us lu sell In exactly 3» business day: more than liOO sacks ot Sauer's Infallible flour l> No onp cj^n. appreciate jnore tlinn i\t .-this co-opcrnlioTi unil the wllijngncsSj of Ihcsc pcopltt on our rrtoninicnitation to Rive this prcdiict a trbl, cviul. v/t hopc-iis lonK-'nj .11 gives rnlirc 'talisfactlon > 'lhat you will 'ccWinuc to market and use Nimr. Sauer's. Milling .Co. MHS.-LILME , . Demonstrator representative J. I). McDONYEU,, Salesman ..,•- •-.. "..*- ;_: ( .''.:' Manager s ; ; ; • .Cotton States Sales Go. r Inc. AYhoicbalc Distributors •This'l-lniif ts On Siilc And Priced, (Jnalily Cnnsidcrod, Very Hcasonahlc By The rollnwiiif; (Inntl (Irorrrymen: . '. •Uj»hcylllc r V-.. - . Osrcol-x— Ddl— Dt'll bU|iply Co. llayii, Mo.— 1). Sorrdl Nabrrs and Nalicrs C. I,. Drake W. A. Pickaril Guy Bryant Mrs. G. I'. Iliwlry SliipiK'n'.s Murkct 'Brlotc SUrc Co. ' S. i:,. Murff S-'nliba MurXci '"' W. K. limit T. A.- D»vis - • '. Calumet— .Saundc W. R. Adams C. A. IWvcy Premise Itm C. F. Tucker \Vcodi SQUASH^ Afresh. Pound • CUCUMBERS' ^'" 10c SPINACH Fresh . •-,').' -'.'• Pound CARROTS Bunch 7ic GRAPE FRUIT sn's Each 4c GREEN BEANS Pound 12*20 SALMON • Chlim Brand Libbys Deluxe. No. 2'/ 2 Can PEACHES"" APPLES *?& lOc FLOUR rijlc ,pf lljinois. Np. 2 Can •""'"" ' ' "2"tans" ' 24. Pound Sad; 24 Pound Sack Snow Wreath 24 Pound Sack Orris LARD Compound 8 Lb. Bucket 80c PORK & BEANS TOMATOES 3 Cans 23c 23c ILK SOAP . Crystal White 6. Small or j;.i,.-.'...3. Virgo Cans I 10 I Jars 28 c COFFEE Sunny Hrook Poutnl 31 c Sorghum, Tennessee Best, Gal. 79c —• SUGAR : 49c SAUSK KRAUT Large Can 4 4 -. < Can Ji AC CRACKERS Premium 2-1,1,. Kox 28c HOMINY 9e Fancv liluc Hose Pound JELLO Assorted Flavors 3 Packages 23c Corn Flakes Post or Kellogg DRESSED FRYERS Pound 29c DRESSED HENS Pound 27c VEAL ROAST '•"»„,, 12ic ROAST Prime Uib, Rolktl Pound NECK BONES 25c Fresh,, .. Pound 5c SPARK RIBS Fresh Pound lOc K. C. Beef, Sirloin, Round and T-Bone Pound 25c HAMS d, '/ 2 or Whole I'onnd. Country Pork Pound 13c BACON Pound 29c PORK SHOULDER Whole I'ounil 4 «y 1 _ X / 2 V GROUND BEEF Fresh Pound 12ic PORK CHOPS s """"""i,, m ,, 25c Beef Roast .i£"iLit pound lie glard Brisket jy Oc pound

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