The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 17, 1930
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PAGE TWO JBLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER-NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 17, 1930 ...Items of Personal "Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and .News of Women Daufhtcr. Mrt. Walter Card, ol Wilson, en- terUtned 12 table sof friends a the Wilson club house yesterday! afternoon, complimenting her [ daujhufr, Weymouth Miurrer. | whew approaching marriage to Rl- lt-y Jori«s of this city was recent .•aviMiitsd. Included In the guest list v.ere several from here. • £ jiiiincr iloivurs added a gay note to l'r.e Attractive club roomi and mlnhftir'e brides and bridegrooms weie appropriate favors with brld • at talLes also suggestive of the CC' was •life '.': in is :• Bits of News Mostly Personal M.S.'. J. R. won Mg'.-. score ;prjze, a set ol tea cups an saucers^, second high, a ..magazine rack, Wnt to Mrs. John Grain u.i. .thn cut vrtee, a. hmcr.eon c; ' wen B£;Mx5- J.-H. Men ' M's. rec-;;v^ii ;: • P.I ir «t;er t'-r .,• ' r i\°. JIT. glib :ry$\ htr motii.r V,M ;. . • n .'t: JBS- Tit vrtjrsh^peu C'i*w: : ar re re^asd t'r.e oC 3'icsis. 'vK-j»bride cleft, win ln : WUsor^for a number of j\. •. popular member of U\e yonder sc there tmd will bJ a delightful addition to Blythevllle society. Hiring Fariy, ; Miss Katharyne Grear Is enter- taininf with a bridge party this ' afternoon. ^ Mittocks-Norris, Mtsj'. Elizabeth Norrls, 'daughter of Mr.' and Mrs. J. A. Norrls of Water • Valley, Miss., and Eureka Springs,. Ark, was married to Mr. Fredertek Lcroy Mattocks Jr., Saturday at the bride's summer home at Eureka. Springs. They are now spending a honeymoon In the lower Rio^flrande valley. The "bride, who Is tlie sister of Mr. Samuel F. Norrls and a niece of Mrs. E. B. Noble, lived In this city for almost a year until last BUnuner. To Go Camping. A parly mode up of Mr. nnd Mrs O. E. Keck and daughters, Misses . Virginia and Margaret. Oscar Hnr- daway, Carlelon Smith jr.. Whit Goodman, Mr. and Mis. Charles Fartlow, Mr. and Mr.-,. A. G. Anderson will go to Hardy tomorrow where they will spend several days camping on Spring river. "Entertains for Guest from Greenwood, Miss. LUXORA, Ark—Tuesday afternoon Miss Maxlne Brown entertained with one of the loveliest, parties of the season, specially compllment- . M*s.- F. M. of . . . Greenwood, MUs., the guest ol Miss Hose White. The house was beautifully decorated with basktts ol summer flowers and a pink, and white color scheme was carried out In the tally cards, prizes and refreshments. The following guests were present: Misses Mary Sue Hale, Rose White, Julia Craig, Merril Miller, Spencer Buck of Oscecla, Misses Mabel Cook, Carry May Hires, Dolly Goswich, Louise Hudson of Luxora, Mesdames Jas. Driver, Homer Gjuln, Chas. Lowrance, J. Johnson, H. 0. Davidscn of Oice- ola, Mrs. K. M. -Southworth, Greenwood, Miss. At the conclusion of four interesting games of bridge prizes were awarded Misses Mar> Sue Hale, Merril Miller and Spencer Buck. Mr. and Mrs. Eddlo B. David have returned from a motor trip to Wellington, 15. C., and points of interest In Virginia, returning home through the Shcnandonh val- Ity of Virginia, Mrs. George Thlel and mother, Mrs. Acik:n\ ol Paragoiiht, spem joiciday here. Mrs. Ed Bryum spent the first 01 Hie week m Paragould as me tjuett of Mrs. Uoyce Bcckwilh. 1 D. Fred Taylor jr., ol Oaccola, j ivas in the city yesterday. Mrs. lioiiun Porter of Hlllsboro, Texas, who had been visiting he. J. A. Leech, and Mrs. Lcccli, has gone to Tlpumvllle, I'tnn., lor u visit before returning home. Misses Katharync nnd Constance Denton have gone to Meridian, Miss., for ft month's .stay with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Watts, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mills, left today for their home In Slireveporl, La., alter spending several days with Mr. Walts' mother, Mrs. Mabel Watts, and her grandparents, Mr .iind Mrs. W. R. Adams. Mrs. J. A. Waterman relumed Tuesday night from North Plattc, iN'eb., where she attended the lu- nernl ol her father, O. F. Froltauer, win) died there suddenly. She was away ten days. Mrs. Oliver Coppedse, who underwent an operation for appendicitis at the Memphis Baptist hospital ten days ngo, Is daily Improving and will probably bo brought home Sunday. Mr. Coppedge will go itown tonight for a brief visli. Mrs H. A. Taylor Is u patient nt the Memphis Baptist hospital. Horace Culp and J. A. Waterman are In Memphis this afternoon. Mrs. E. O. Adams, who has been n patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital for n week, will probably oe able to return home Sunday. Miss Sallle M. Crow is expected to return Sunday from Batesvllle, Ark., where she lias been sending two weeks vacation. Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry are. at Paris, Ark., with Mr. Cherry 1 :, ftither who is 111. Sheldon Hall expects to leave August 1 for a month's stay In California. •Mrs. Luther Tyron and (laughter, Miss Luclle, went to Mc-mph 1 .; today where Miss Tyrbn will imder- aSoiisllectomft''^! the Baptist N ~1ri?i?n?l£f $ •** As Health, Beauty Champs Met U'tt • -M1CL/ Midway Notes LUXORA, U, 1—Misses Irene and : Gladys Estes of the GllchriM, furms vblted Mrs. J. A. Lloyd Monday j and Tuesday. Mrs. Clyde Sexton visited Mrs. Chamlisrs Sunday. Mi. and Mrs. liabe Sexton ami; daughter, Miss Tcnnlc Sexton, vifi- • ited Mr. nnd Mrs. E. B. Sexton' Sunday. . Tho UtirdeUe boys played basc- >:'.ll Sunday at Howell'K store In Missouri. The Ilowcll's store team . won, 0 to 5. i Clarence Se.xlcn visited Jimmy • Quals Saturday. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hill were vls- llurs in Blylhcvllle Monday. : A. J. Hill llllcil his appointment to preach nt Recce Sunday morning and nlghl. Mr. and Mrs. O. liandclph o! . Clear L:ikc visited Mr. and Mrs. A.: J. Hill Sunday afternoon. ; Mrs. Waller Demon of Luxnra ' ~ visited Mrs. E. M. MuDonuliI Fri- j ninnilng and left on ice until ncccl- "MI-. nnd Mrs. Frank Und. Han-y c "' Tte tlossc ' 1 is " ro " ar!Mt m ltlc Saninlcrs. Mrs. L. A. Maxwell and ' '» unil »B- 'I 1 '* tomatoes arc dipped Mr. and Mjs. A. J. Hill and family • lnt " tolllu S watcr >" ul P cc!c ' d tnc were vLsit'.rs In Blytlicvlllo Sutur- ! 'V s ' th "S V hcn ,l >fC P :lrln E Ulmie1 '' Stir Into warm milk mixture and lev stand until perfectly cool. 1'our Into mold and pack In Ice nnd salt. Let stand 15 minutes, or until mixture begins to freeze arouni the edges. Add cream whipped until firm, beating It thoroughly Into Junket mixture. Lei stand three or four hours. Repack if necessary to keep longer. Takes First Vacation in 16 Years Service LUXORA, Ark..—Mr. H. T. Moscr. agent fcr the Commercial Appeal and Evening Appeal left Sunday morning to spend a vacation In Greenville, Tenn. Mr. Moser has served the Appeal papers as agent for the pasi 10 years and this is the first vacation that lie as taken since his connection with ictii. Local Colored School Fails to Gain Rating Mississippi county Is the only county In the state which made n report on elementary rating of colored school* this year, nccordlng to W. F. Paul, rural school supervisor. Tho negro school here failed to classify because there are too many pupils to each teacher and at Osceola teachers' qualifications .made that school fall. Carson and Ar- inorcl negro schools were rated as "C" and Wilson, "D." Tliey may be preliy "plane" looking hero but Miss Florence Smoclc left. I* "America'a Healthiest Girl," nnd Miss Margaret Ekdahl! rlulit. v ls "Miss America," Hie nation's prettiest. Tliey are shown h(-ie preuarlnr for o niglit at Clcanvater, Fla., whert tbey met re- conlly. go hcspltnl. S. E. Vnil will arrive Salurday night from Hot Springs for several days stay with Mrs. Vail. Joe Bcasley, Roy 1'endcr, Otho May and Dave Crockett, of Stcele, were visitors in Blytheviilc last Itiglit. Mrs. E. Recce has returned from Memphis where she attended the funeral of her lather who died Sunday. Mrs. P. L. Husbands nnd son, J. B., of Hntticsburg, Miss., iire spending a weex nt the Gleiicoc Hotel. They are accompanied by Mrs. Husbands' mother, Mrs. Laura Young and two brothers, George and Hcmba Young, all uf Hattics- uurg, and also h»s as her guest. Mrs. Charles Swain anil baby daughter of Memphis. They nrc also visiting Mrs. Swain's mothcr-ln- bw, Mrs. Johnson, al Yarbro. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kochtltzky nnd children, accompanied by Mrs. Kochtltzky's mother. Mrs. J. W. Motse, will leave Sunday for Eureka Springs where they will take a collage at Lake Lucrenc for the ii'innmcler o;' the summer. Mr. Kochtllzky will returne after a few days visit. Misses Justine and • Jean Joi-.n- son..of Tunica. Miss., are house- . thcii clillkd until wauled. Miss Mildred llulpli of the Gil-1 This loaves Hie setliny of the Christ farms visited Miss Gladys' tnblc. shelling of [was. making nf Byuinn Sunday. j ci-rmi sauce, and mixing of the The Rev. Terry Martin ol Jack- salad to be done at dinner lime. son, Tenn., visited A. J. 11111 Friday. Tt: - nlelu ' I* ' h e sort lhat men Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Ulaylock vis- j always like, and the hostess who ilcd Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Hudson of !s 1:cr °™ cook nced " ai s P=' ld lio'.irj In a hot kitchen preparing the feed. For a '^tan Guest Wii'.e.-mclon cocktail broiled porterhouse steak, creamed potatoes, buttered peas, sliced tomato salad, ehuuolate ice cream, crisp Rcsa Sunday. '&& (Al w? SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN BV Sl.S'lTIl 31AIIV NL'A Scrvlre Wriler' The following menu Is excellent or a summer dinner when the guest Is a man. The broiling of the steak cntnils as little heal as possible to cook meat, ;ind a steak always suits a man. The potatoes cnn be cooked in their skins In the morning and peeled and reheated i In lhe cream sauce nt dinner lime. The peas will cook while you- arc selling the table and broiling the steak. The cocktail Is prepared in the vanila cookies, bread :uid butter milk, coffee. If there are children in the family who come to the table they may have the dinner as it Is, or the cocktail and meat may be dispensed with and just the vegetables, sliced tomato, dessert and bread and butter lie given to them. • Chocolate Ice Cream • Three cups milk, 1 cup sugar, 1 Junket tablet, 3 squares bitter choc olatc, 2 lablespoons vanilla, few grains salt. 1 cup whipping cream Melt chocolate" over hot water and add sugar. Add to milk and heat to hike-warm tempcralure Crush junket tablet and dissolve in 2 tablespoons cold water and vanila yeslcrdny lor Crossvillc, Tenn. where tney expect to spend a IL-II onys vacation. L>[. iiiict Mrs. Paul L. Tiplon Imu as tneir guest, Mrs. A. cancer, ot Senalii. Hospital Notes Pntlcnls admitted to the Blythe vine hospital: Mrs. Lngar Peterson joncsouto. .Miss bnv.i'1 JMuuins uooicr, Mo., was dismissed. r fJj i:f.i'; Members Installed by Manila 4-H Club MANILA, Ark., July 17—The Herman Davis 4-H Club ol Manila caled a sp:clal meeting yesterday attorn'on at the schoolhouse. The new members that were elected and Installed were: Roy Wright, Ray White, Ned and Pete Rice. A hay-ride wai given that evening, on which twenty five members went.! e u c sis of Missis Frances The fun-makers motored to Ely the- Eleanor Tucker for ten days. Upon ] 1 " -— home.. li!e , r rclmn Home they will be ac- •chc I companied '-y their hostesses who r will attend a house party at Moon | U-\kc, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Patton and son, Henry Clay, motored to Jonos- I boro this altcrnobn where they mrt I Mr. and Mis. Laxon Bandy, <it j Newport, who brousht Clyde Wil- ! men there after having him at j Newport lor n week. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs and Mrs. W ! D. Chamblin jr. will spend to- j morrow hi Memphis. E. C. Patton attended to business In Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. IJakcr Wilson, of Memphis, will have as Iheir guests for the weekend: Arthur Pnlton. PAJAMAS UAKKKO IN MbMi'uitij 'njnn. iui j j—tiecau^ us none in oilier cities \vm ix: nu c.u:ii!,i: tor wi-iiriuK pajimms en Memphis streiMS uctoruuiu to Ponce unicl Will l-.-'C wiu> h:is :in- IIUIIKCU all piijama-ci.ui )iersun» win ue urn'aiuu and cnnrgect \viin :>uuiu ion ol misaeiuiMinor. Tiisue Lubricant and Pain Reliever brings Comforland ECHO Strain nni] inline rollevt'il --Slri'tcliinw u'lllioui illn- coii:rort—NiTVtM soulliuiil ,v of nil I'uiiEK-nl olisttlrlcluii d liy collullc*^ liioilsnluts for arK. Tlie lliarri'lons Mullifr'K [cniall'j applied —l>rlni;n rii- 111!! Viry v.ilimlilc in kn>|iillk' 111. 1 1'n.i-lB hi j-oml mnillllnTi. Al=o lull, ynn In l!n,- 5li:iiip for the niMmwi'liiiitf onlcfil. Do Iry it toniRht I All ilrnt: slorc* fcrll ami rfCOlniiK-tiil .^lolFirr'i* l-'rlrnil. Clip and Mail this Coupon Today [ l'i> 'llu> nr.uinclil Co., Allunln, (iu. | I'hln c-l:''.T]n|ie>'tVclr 'JI-]UVV Hills I ipjlnl 1 ,~ik In cnlorK—"Tlilufs lo J Know luforo IJnby Co:nca." | .............................. Klrr-l or II. 1\ 7> ........................... Cltr .................. Stntr vil'.s and Luxora reUirnu Ctafcronc-s for the \> ft Mi. o-.S .".'li-c. tl<3,'.ia aauie 5 a rot n;eat 1; anting natives ol regions. • rain, tome HAVE YOU CEA4CVAL A-L-E 1TIS_L ROLLING Read Courier News Want Ad.i. JURIKS AND PRUDENCE NEW HAVEN, Conn. tUP)—Two pquabs born In the austere chamber of the superior court have been named "Juris" and "Prudn ence" by court attaches. How the mother nested In the jury room without discovery is a mystery. INSIST CN THE ORIGINAL America's first It's an all American product, invented by an American, and it comes to you straight from the sweet pastures of the great Wisconsin dairy country. It is safest milk always and America's first. Take a bottle home with you today. Orsend ten cents for sample andmixer. HO R L I C K'S RACINE, WISCONSIN Womens Shoes Price TOMORROW WE BEGIN OUR July Clearance You can utilize your summer leisure to good advantage by mating little gifte as you sit and rock. For the college girl, uotln'v •would be more appreciated than some little shoe-jackets for ivas worried, Mca!! ^J time was getting on my ; nerires. 1 prepared m.iny vippc- i tizing tlishfis, hut John simtily | would not cat — just 'm-nccd' at ' his food. Perhaps sometimes a little grouchy. I began to fear he was 'slipping.' What was I Joe Felscnthal, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. | to ,j 0 3 Love, home, happiness. lall Isaacs, Jake Ungar, Mr. and Mrs.; business success—all depended ncr l W. D. Chamblin jr., ol this city, j upon an improvement in his and Mrs. trunk Highfill. ol llor- I condition. The hlood-tonic idea nersvilllc, Mo., who will arrive lo- ' suggested itself to me. My niovrow to be Mrs. Chambllu 1 .. ; Druggist recommended S.S.S. | hcnsegucst. i He told me that S.S.S. wax ,t J. C. Noah, ol St. I.onis. is hm | sreaf. blood tonic; that it had for several days visit with Mrs. No- t been successful lor over 100 ah. They have as their guests. Mr. j years: that it was made from and Mrs. Roy Darcy Cox, ol Chi- , strictly fresh vegetable drugs anil cago, who are also visiting Mr. ami | was beneficial 10 the most dcli- Mrs. J. Nick Thomas. They cxpcc: j cate system. Also that it wnufil to be here ten days. ; build up the blood and improve Joe Felscnthal Is goine, lo : ike processes by which the body party slippers. Using a slipper as Brownsville, Tenn., tomorrow ior a is nourished. I brought home a a pattern, cut a pattern for Indl- brief slay. I large site bottle. John agreed to vidual bags that would slip over Dr. A. M. Washburn will leave fry it. Well, in just a few days and fit'snugly around p?.Hv shoe*, i Saturday. July 20. for Fort Uilcy. I f could see 1he difference. His You can put snappers G.I !'•• fron: :<ans.. where he will attend an Of- j improvement has been so ripid ends to shut them after slip-. lifers Reserve Tralnine camp for • he is going to take several more pits are In or you can have draw twc weks. , bottles, and not only that, hut he - • • Misscs Huth alxi AMa Mac Gar . I is now telling his friends to take lington, of Searcy, Ark., arc guests ] S.S.S. in the home of their aunt. Mrs. B., It is a linown fact thai' when a .strings, the latter being easier to use. Have your material soft pretty. And If you want tht 10- clplcnt'to be doubly pleased, slip into each bag a fine little padded toe-tree, to keep her slippers In tbtpe i A. Lynch, and family. man's systftm gets "run-down," E. E. Bujarski, of Flint. Mich. j he hasn't the resistance to ward has arrived tor several days May with Mrs. Bujarski and children. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Holt left off m'srr.'ies. Loss of appetite is only a syr,;;i:o:n. weakness VHTV.I!|CS tlie entire bcrty. T.icrc is T.Q desire to vvorl; or p'..iy. ]; i s dangerous to let lhe red.blot J-count remain below normal. S.S.S. is il.iily hclp'tig people to icf,ni:i \\x\r slicngtli. Thousands of u,..-i s hive testified to its bcnrfits i:i i.r.solicitcil kttcrs of It promotes a keen appetite, i,ivc<; vitality to the body, clears the skin and wards M s'cT"' A " Drug Storcs sell S.S.S. in two sires. Ask for the brRcr si«. It is rr.ore economical. « ^ < s ,-, Makes You Feel Like Yourself Again All of tiic following Women's Shoes offered at ex- nelly Half-Price. All While Kid Pumps and Straps, High or Low Heels All White and Green Linen Pumps and Straps All Colored Kid Si raps. Pumps and Ties. (Low Heels Only) Blonde, Eggshell, Champaign, 2-Tonc Odd lot Children's Socks 2 Pair for Price of One Hosiery Specials McCallum's Ingrain Hose $1 95 1 Gordon V-Line Hose 35 1 Stupendous Sacrifice of the finest and Most Ex- elusive i WEARING AP-' PAREL. Sharp reduction on Dresses, Coats and Ensembles. The season's most charming models at savings that will amaze you. Take advantage of these values early. Incomparable savings are assured on any garment you may select. $35.75 now §24.75 829.75 now $19.75 812.95 now I 9.95 8 6.95 now S 3.95 Printed Wash Frocks S 2.75 now $ 1.49 $1.50 now 79e HOSIERY $2.50 now $L95 $1.95 now $1.59 $1.00 now 75c CHILDREN'S SOX 50c now 35c 35e now 18c 25c now 15e Good Shoes and Hosiery Ladies' and Children's Hats HALF PRICE Special Reduction on Felts 20", Discount on Purses and Costume Jewelry Hall Sisters Shoppe All Sales Final and For Cash

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