The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 23, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 23, 1930
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVII.LR, (ARK.) COURIER-NEWS WEDNESDAY. JULY .23, 1030 Items of Personal Interest .SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Kriendihlp Class : liiilertln* , Thirty-eight • members aVi5 visl- tors'of the Prlqiidship Class of the j Second Baptist, church enjoyed a welner roast- last evening. The crowd motored to Bariield wlicro supper was served. Old fasliioiitd games were played during the evc- Second Baptist W. M. is. Has . Imsu^^and Serial .ll«tiiif ~ Tile Woman's Missicnary society I ol UM gcccriid Baptist church met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs; Ben Harrison with twelve members and seven visitors present. The meeting was opened with a song'. Mrs. L. T. Asher led tlv; devotional After closing with n i prayer by Mrs. W. M. Ulaylock a | social hour was enjoyed. As a sur- i prise to the hostess, v>ho is mov- j ing ifrom Blylncvllte, the members tendered her a hanukcrchl','1 shower. > Dainty refreshments ' were servt-d by the hostess, assisted by her- mother, Mrs. Uiinkin. The next; iKei'my of the society will be with- Mrs. ^Leslie Mcore. Executive Heard To Have Meeting The regular, monthly meetlns ol the ; executive board of the Woman's club will be held at- lh-3 club rconis Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Party Given Misses Francis and Ruth Eleanor j Tucker, entertained wllh a bridge party at -their suburban h:me Tuesday afternoon, complimenting their- guests Misses Justine and Jean Johnson, of Tunica. Miss. Five tables of guests enjoyed their hospitsJlty. Miss Vivian - Ilal-.unty . won Ihitli score and was s.v .-uied a neckluce. 'Miss Abiicy woi> AT- orid h'igil, a bracelet- ond c : ze w^n'.iito Miss- Jcjn Join.-.. . Uo w-is 'iifescniad ci.rds.. A'.:<!!IC fjom.-Y^VTaiiUy rrtrcsnnicn- . \verc si.rvcd;by the -host esses. Blbli-feiy. . 1 Ricliard C: 3ibb, 23, and Lilllnn B. Ray,'- both of 'Moncltc, Ark... were untied in marriage by Justice H. L. McKnlght in tiie ollice of ths county court clerk here yesterday. To IIAvc Ice Cream Supper. There will be an ice cream supper at the Clear Lake school house. Friday night, 7:30 o'clock, when home rnade ice cream and cake will be sold. Proceeds of tills affair are to be used to purchase school books. Bits of News Mostly Personal uml daughter, Betty 1,011, rotuniC'l Monday Irom n motor tilp to New Orleans, Gullport and Blloxl. Mr. and rs, Ben Harrison' and children left Hits morning for West Memphis, where they will make l!:elr future home. Sheriff and Mrs. W, W. Shaver mii lliclr daughter, Margaret, Icll joslorday on a motor trip to Texas for a ten days vacation. Clear Lake I Mrs. Theo. Miller, who has i the KUCfit ol Mis. ft, K. her daughter, left, Tliuisday for Houston. Tex., \\hiTe she will he the guest of another daughter. She vv;is uccomiiamcd as far us Meiu- ]>l:i>, by Mr. and Mis. Sappiiiytoon. A parly was given Thursday night in honor of a inemly married couple. Mr. and Mi's. Hubert James. Mr:, .lames, before her marriage, Judge iiiul Mrs. o. K. Kock and daughtcio, Misses Margaret and Virginia, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. U. Anderson, Mr. end Mrs. Charles Partlow. Whll Goodman and jllnrdau-ny relnrncd yesterday IIT.IH Hardy, Ark., where they spent tcv- jcral days vucalion. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Darnell left Wa » Miwi Alla Hnr "" 1 ' Uils inornlnu by motor for LOS ' Ml! * ' NI " ia Kllls w:ls Ihe.Siii-st of Am;ele.s, California, where they will ' MJHS J "- U ' L ' SiipplnsKm Thursday, spend tlie remainder of llic sum- i IHIT. They will go by way of Den- VIT and will visit Yellowstone Park. Miss Mnrlhu Heynolds is spending the (lay in Memphis. M::s Willie bawson, iiccompanicd ; Ijv Honler Smllli left Sunday for l-'iiyellcvllle, \vlierc Miss Lawson «ill atlcnd a SupiM-hiteiidem's meeting. They will rL'turn home i 1 ' 11 ^' 1'Ylday. .Miss Sunshine Adums lell this rooming tor Ornn, Mo., where the will visit relatives for a lew days. Mr. and Mrs. A. 13. Fairlield re- Mr. Holmes' brother and Iitmllj j.ol Huffman were hU guoits Bunday. Mr. OihK'it and family of Aruon were the guests of Mrs. Lovelacij Sunday. Mi'\. Coilmn's mnilier. Mrs. nut- k-r, is her guest for the week. Kay lord Eiibnnks spent Hatnr ....j ...„ Elisha Bryant. A revival meeting will begin a Ne'.v Liberty Sunday with (he GcoiKe Lee of Calhoun City, in charge. There will be an ice cream sup- Half-Hlooii Way back In 1811 Utah's pioneer" Mornioas look their reducing exercises en ancient vehicles like this -rickety bicycle being ridden by Miss Cora Adansrn ct Salt Lake.' It Is snkl to be the first of its kind brought to the Utah clly. Note the one-wheel' brake located back of UK .seat to hall Iho bicycle In case It gels frisky. turned Tuesday from Ravemlen Md!^ r . al llle Clear Lake school house Mammoth Springs where they have * " J E Ix-en since Sunday. Miss Carolyn Hall and her guests, Misses Frances Holmes, Idii Cnviithcrs Banks and Mary Abby left today for Senatobla, Mjss.,' to 'attend a dance there, Thursday nigh!. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Lemons lave us their guest, Mrs. Lemons' Gholston Myrlck of Mem- ihls. Mr. and Mrs. Price Johnson of Corinth, Miss., left for their home ycslerdny after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Oliver 'oppcge. Misses Bonnie Lynn . and Mary Blanche Gay visited tl'.eir parents here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Gaiues and iamily and Mr. and Mrs. Bonnie Galnes have been attending chnri'h in Blytheville-the past few weeks. Earl Shaneyfelt and Helen Delbridge attended the singing at Lone Oak Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hill are the parents of a baby boy born Saturday evening. Tom Bass, Frank Jones. J. Bass and Nltham Jones transacted bnsl- I ness near Kennelt. Mo., last vu : -k. | Hugh- Williams, Johnny Jones ' a::d Loyc* Brown attended Ihe ball | yame at the Chicago Mill park i Sunday afternoon.' j Mr. arid Mrs. T. J. Bass were vis- i itors in Clear f.akc Saturday alter- | noon. -. | Miss Pearlinc Jones Is visiting J relatives - at Sandy Ridge this • week. ; Mr. and. Mrs. W. O. Oncal were visitors in Lone Oak Sunday afternoon. and daughter Mary Di-i- and son W> F. were visitors In Hlyihcvlllc Saturday night. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Burks of Ar- uiorcl visited Hie former's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. H. Buiks Sundiiy. Mr. nnd Mrs. Little and their granddaugluer. Bcttlc Lynn and son'Melvin spent Saturday night and Sunday at Hie Walter Slcwnrl hbino. . .• Tim,Dell baseball team played Prciiiised" Land/.Sunday. Dell won ! • Mr'.-^jil'-Klra; Joe Ncul Hill spent Saturday^ flight -and Sunday with J!rs. Hill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Goodwin. Mr. and Mis. Wyley IJall uncl ' children of Clear Lake visited in 1'romHed land Sundny. Mr. and Mrs. Worth Goodwin of Armorel attended the baseball game at Promised Lund Sunday. , Mrs. Dickson o[ liccce called on •her daughter, Mrs. Kyle Ball, Snn- . aav afiernoon. I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson | mid "'ii Junior were victors in this i vicinity Sunday. Mr and Mrs. Charley Gray and !r,on Jnmrs and Miss Ora Davis ' motored to Memphis Friday, Mr and Edgar Davis sprnt Saturday night and Sunday In the BmdcUe community. day were Rums Norton, Holton earner, William Carter. Howard Carter. David Carter and Homer earner. Mr. and Mrs. Jordan had ns (heir guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Slankiird of niylhcville. Grim Rills of Twenty-Nine spent Saturday rnshl with his cousin, Edward Rynn. Mr. Tntum and family of Gcsncll were giU'f.ts of Mr. Jordan and family Monday. The Ekron school opened Monday, July 21, with a large attendance. Sunday school is held at 9 •cry Sunday morning at the Ek- on school. Evervonc Is welcome. Sandy Ridge Mrs. Era Lucius and chidrcn vis- lird In Mississippi last week. Shod fievlll has- returned after viskiiii: last week in Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Eudy's children a;r :ni]iroving after attacks of typhoid lc-vt!-. VI. V. O'Neal jr., of McFcrrin was a visitor h?:-e recently. Jess Biaunon of Jackson, Tcnn., visited in Hie home of Mr. and Mr.-. . O. Si'rail last Sunday. Several from here attended Miss Margaret lilyihe of DeWitt. i church at New Liberty last Sunday. rk., has been the house uuesi of My. Tentor of Calhoun City. Miss. Ekron News Notes Mr and Mrs. Walter Craig and •mall son, Walter Lee. of Glen- wcod Ark., are visiting Mrs. Craig's ! parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norton, Earl shaiieyfelt. Helen Ddbridge ;' Mr G ^ nm ml \ family of Dell and Lucille Widncr motored to | VTre \ v cck end guests ol Mr. and Biytheville Saturday evening. i ^ [rs p orlcr smith. Miss Vcrgie Jones tot Sandy i j ^ rcncc Langley of Caraway and Ridge was a visitor hi Lone Oak ; ^- cr ' |vl si lcrr(X l of Manila were and Half Mocn Sunday afternoon. , , ' ( Rl]es i, s O f tu c i r uncle. \V J. W. -Portlock was a visitor in : , 4 _ ' s i lcrro d Blythevilie Monday, i "y.isi Gertrude Caller and Hami —' I .\u^iiii and family motored to Mis Land NeWS i :sslppi Saturday for a visit will 1 i-e:aiivcs. Cmlis rctiir Hospital Notes Dismissed: Mrs. Doyle Hendei- :u. Blythevlllo, Mr. J. R. Turner, lythevJlle. liAVS MAKKEI) EGO MURFKEESBORO. Tcnn. tUPl — perfect tlgnre "fl" tin the end of hen's egg distinguished the rc- ent product of a hen owned by J. Earp. Ark Miss Evelyn Blythe lor the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas of Pelersburg. Ind.,.arid Mr. and Mrs. John Vanada ol Terre Haute, Ind., were' the 'guests of Mi', und Mrs. Virgil Greene last week"Vnd. ' . Mr. Virgil Greene nud daughter, Evelyn are spending today In Memphis. Arthur Pattoii iu a Memphis visitor today. . Mr. nnd Mrs. Rofs Stevens, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. JonUi and family left Ihlr. morning l>y motor for Hardy, Ark., where they will spend sc-vcrnl days vacation. Mrs. Finley CartwrlglH of O5CC; : ola v.-ns (lie guest of her sister,-'Mrs. Virgil Greene, yesterday. . Mr. Virgil Greene returned Monday from several days vacation spent at Hardy and Mammoth .Sprlngi.. Misses Pearl and Jewel Lee, :ic- coinpnnied by their brother. S. P. Lee Jr.. left the first of the week by motor (or Oily Okhi.. w'hcre they will spend two weeks vacation. Mrs. Floyd Simpson and Mrs. Haltic Smiddy returned the first of the week firm a two weeks vacation siwnt tit Cape Cilrardcan anil. Henlou, Mo. W. M. Scruggs of Memphis arrived today toy several days stay. Mi. and Mrs. O. \V. McCJiuchsn was a visitor in Ihc Whillle .home .i: Monday night. Mrs. W. R. Be-\111 and children nu! Miss Vchna yinlng were guesls in the Whittle home last Monday afternoon. Miss Melba Foster is visiting rclr r.iivcs in St. Louis. NT:W STADIUM KKAU-V SOUT HBEND, Ind. (UP>- -Noire Dame University's 5800.000 sta- will be completed and it !nv the first game of the seasoi October.; 4, when Knule Rockne' jjriJmcn will line up against, tin Iraui from Southern Mctbo<list mil KersUy. A- week laler Navy ' a'n Kbtre-Dairie will play Hie dedica lory gii me.. It Why pay for "POWER if most of it is 'horsepower" Is a sleep, muddy grade a detour sign to your cor? It power |t»t a promiie in the gasoline you use? -f-Switch to Phillips 66 and note the smooth flow of power released by a touch of the Ihrortle. See how olert your car Is on get-away—how floihy onpkkup. Check your mileoge—and credit yourself with economy. + The secret of the sterling performance of Phillips 66 is con- fro/led volatility. Every gallon scientifically filled to seasonal and climatic conditions. A winter gas in winter. A spring gas in spring. A summer gas in summer. Afallgas In fall. A pep and power combination all year'round, t Drive up, with confidence, to the pomp marked "Phillips 66." Drive awoy with a tankrul of motoring satisfaction. CONTROLLED VOLATILITY — the principle by wf.lcli fMIITpi 66 U varl*d to Al itaion and cllmala — li th» big ntwi thai ll iwlngEng thovianHi to (Kit lenia- tional gatolEnt. Aiiur«» you p*! 1 ; £<^*»/, mil«ag* all y*ar 'round, NICK DAWSON GAKAGE 312 South pcconrl St. MID-NIGHT INN dolt Links SAM BAILEI Yiirbro B. H. SECOY - . Dell, Ark. J. C. CRANE G40 S. LaKc CHA'S. Asucnorr DoBwood Kiilcc School J. II. ROBINSON GROCERY , Clear Lake Raid «nd Clark St. . F. JOHNSON SERVICE' STATION 315 South Division St. DAY AND NIGHT STATION Brcailw&y and Walnut . EAGLE CAFE •108 North eth.St,',.;.,. brothe M?.'and Mrs. H. W. Nipper Had as thctr guests Saturday Mr. anil ' hli WMl; Mrs. Urscy Lynch ot Detroit, Mich. Mr.' and Mrs. Frank Fitzgerald those Irom F.kron who al- tcr.dcd The ball game at "Dell Sun- FARM WOMAN ; BENEFITED After Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound] - . j LicMale, Pa.—"Before I v^ iar-' ricd my itiothcriralsisteran-! r '•','. nil- llhefar -.crk on a 01 i.mii Horck, . . ; rs I Imarrict a ;arnior 1 -ind no"., ip Rtldi- jtion tomylioustv- Iwork tnd.lhecaro 3 of my children I lliclp him uiili l!i2 outside work nn ijour farm. After | r \y last child \rrj i born, I to !l suffer 13 nuny women do. Finally our family doctor Wild, me to try hydi& E. ["inkham's VcgetBbleCoranounn. I dirl and now I mil Riicw.:t\T«iMnard I'iiio'w thitgood health is better than rkhr3."-4-SIis3. CLTDE I. SUERMAN/R. f I, IJckdalc, P». Dr. loey's VIGOR-AID The. Greal Atter- ative Medicine \VIIX I1EU 1 YOU GKT AN)) STAV \VK1.I, FREE A NEW MEDICAL KOOKI.KT en diseases, Ailnifiils and l)is- ordcrc;il ConilUions and thrlr New Tfralmcnl. One or these lir.nhlcls ^lioulil lie ill cver> home. SKNT FIIEE to any ail Svey Medical Co, , Tenn. One town or MANY ELECTRICITY is requited at different times for different purposes. This simple fact explains wliy ;\ widespread electric system, serving many communities over a wide area, can operate more efficiently than small plants each serving a single com. •rnuuity. Serving a larger number of people, with a.greater variety of demands, the widespread system keeps its facilities working over more hours of the day. There is another important advantage of the widespread transmission system over the small plant serving a siiv-le community. The transmission system can meet increased demands at once. No delay is necessary for increased facilities, as so ivcqucntly is the case with the small plant. Community growth is tliub encouraged and hastened. ARKANSASMlSSOVRL POWER COMPANY "At Your Scrviw" You Could Buy a Car for $5 Down and $5 a Week "Wouldn't That Be Wonderful" WELL! HERE'S THE OPPORTUNITY There's no joker. We mean exactly wluil \vc s;iy. \Vitliiit the next few days you may buy ;i yuotl iiutoniobilc on that Ijnsis—^5.00 down drive the car away and pay for it nl §5.00 per week —Low prices, 12 inQiiths I'Mro and Theft. Insuv ance—You own the car in a year. NEVER BEFORE HAS SUCH AN OFFER 1VIADE TO THE BLYTHEVILLE PUBLIC See Thursday's Courier News A GOOD ESTABLISHED DEALER WITH A LONG ESTABLISHED REPTTATION GET THAT USED CAR NOW These Terms May Never Be Offered Again FORDS--BUICKS--TRUCKS--CHEVROLETS-WHIPPETS-" STARS-DURANTS-ESSEX and many other makes on sale Your Car will be Insured against Fire and Theft for One Year. Every Car on the Street Is a Used Car Models and All Hotly Styles

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