The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 25, 1930
Page 2
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-.- . -.-.r. :;••• ''•"•-. ! FACE TWO TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 25, I!)30 Society Calendar . . •=.'" Friday The Woman's club 1: meeting at the club house. Mrs. T. O. Seal and Mr*. W. M. McKensle are sponsoring a. bspe- flt bridge and rook part) 1 -tit the Cattxotle loclal ball at 3:30 o'clock. VWUn Attend the ;- : • .F**ie SpeaUBt CUs*. • They* were 12 vlsltori a I Ihe «neetta|[ pf the Eualnew and Pro- fwsionil Women's club 'Monday eviBlng at the CofT Hotel when the second lesson In public speaking w»^ given. This course, opened to till, business women ot the city. Is taught-by Miss Luna B. AVilhclm, instructor it the city high school. Imptottptu . talk* were features of <the class, (Hjorlerly meetings with the Sim- ' at Blue Moimtaln colleec, (o spend day schoM ccuncll which will nlso the holidays wlIJi her parents, Mr. meet separately once a month. ;and Mrs. Luther Chambers. ;Jhe. Rev. W. J, LeRoy, pastor, of , Mr. and Mrs. J. K Ulnford, of ffiod prayer In a brief devollonnl ' Brownsville, Tcnii., will be guest* rjprlC'V 'of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Hobmson , .The 24 present were served dc-| Thursday. llclou.: refreslimsnU by (he hosier, I Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and assisted by Mrs. Ilnrry Taylcr. I Miss Helen Luwc motor to Mllllngton, Term., for Thanksglv- To Clvt Basket Ing day with Mr. Lowe's and Miss Members ol the Beta Ciil Sunday'Lowe's parents. cchocli class of the Fh-jt Presby- 1 Mrs. Hen Boston anil daughter, terlan church will MIK! M-elr gifts'MISS Nell, or Tyler, Mo., shopped Tor the Thanlcglvlng box, 10 b; glv-|hcrc Saturday, en (o a needy family here, w the I Mrs. D. it. Campbell, of Little home•• of Mrs. It, C. Dent Jr., GOU ; Rock, Is the guest ot her sister West Main street, by Wednesday • Miss Hello WlHtsltt, cnroute to aflame MI. llae Business Meeting. Tlie missionary soclely of tin.- lake Street Methodist church had Pnrngould to visit relatives during the Thanksgiving holidays. O. M. Morgan, who was Injured Internally In an automobila accident at Marlon Thiirsduy night, Is • Countjl Menken Se.«, Members of the First Christian church Woman's council tewed on ?J U M' !? b? '?' d - S0 ^ n> . B - t .J l T" 1 "' m " homes ° r lhc members for the Ing Monday .fternoon at the home ! remalnder 0[ thc wlntcr . Mrs . c . a business meeting Monday aflor- I resting very well al the Memphis noon, at the church, with IB mcra- | Hapllsi hospital. Mrs. Morgan who bers present. | returned from there ast night, will H was planned to have a mm- go back tills afternoon to be with age sale Saturday and to meet him. mage of! Mrs. E. M. Terry when 15 attended. ••'•"• ..... Report* wtre made ol the Christma^ ,f»M» being sold by this group. In th* «pclil hour dainty 'refreshments were served. •* * . •» * • Ciidtt H»ve , Circles -A the First .Baptist church woman's missionary society had social meetings Monday except one froup. Th« ycung Matrons circle met m-Jlh Mr.t Sam -Head »li*n Mrs, Karri; was also hostess. The 13 awqjwrs present heard the mission lewcn given by Mrs. Marlon Will- lamt alter a short business uieel- »».' • Circle 1 met at (173 home of Mrs. J. W. Bishop 'with nine members In attendance. Mrs. T. I. Sheppard used the 24 Pialm for the d v rational and Mrs. 8heppard and Mrs. Tom W; Jackson offered pray- flk.'- Trie Bible lesson was taught by Midi Cordelia Wllhlte. Mrs T. H. Haynes, chairman, prejl&d in the business • aessl rn cf Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. CJee, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Waterman, A. Elfrank will entertain the group'. Mrs. Horace T. Gulp were visitors next Monday. Mrs. LucUe Moultrle was enroll- j in Memphis yesterday. ed as a new member. Mrs .1. II. Johnson returned I last nlgln Irom Austin, T:xas, In a brief devotional the 22nd where she spent a month with Mr. Psalm was used. Members Sfvr. • At the meeting of the St. Stephen Episcopal Guild Monday afternoon, wltji Mrs. W. H. Adams as the doll bazaar (o be held early In December. Delicious refreshments were served late in the afternoon. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. E, II. Dcaetle and daughter, Miss LaVellc, will go lo Sparkshill,- III., tomorrow where they will visit relatives until Sunday. Miss Marie Moon will leave tonight lor Fulton, Mo., where she , eight present! She-also con ducted the derations! with Mrs. Hattle Re*03 offering prayer. The fjrst leiion. cf- the mission book "Qospel Triumphs" was given by Irif priyfr Mrs. Aivin Huff- Mri'-Ivy W. Crawford and the cKis- mw. - •.-.--. ••Mrs. .T. E-.Kiris was hosiers to circle 3 with t*ri r membera ant) n yiillpr prcant; Wr«. E. F. Blnmey- er led the mission study after the (JewtUjaal by'Mra. :King and Mrs. El ;t •Alexander, offered prayer. , • Tbe' six ifienjbe.i-s of clrch 4 who well heard >fru cL P. Fender read aiind,c-|.nmEnt.Uppri (he 107 Psalm for the devotional and Mrs. li^ar- well offered prayer. Mrs. 'Herman Walpole; conducted the buslncss. • Delicious refreifcments were!'served in all the groups. Have'Bible-Study. , Trie fifth chapter of Etonians vi-as studied by members of the Woman's auxiliary of the First Presby lerian church Monday afternoon wijh Mrs. Janres H. Brooks as teacher.. . , Mri. .B. B. Allen, secretary of, spiritual' life, who has been in Michigan and Canada for five monlhs,,was presenl. Trie Thanksgiving box for the Vera Lloyd orphanage at Monticello, Ark., sent by the Sunday school.and auxiliary, was prepared for shipment. Entertains Sockly. 'llrs. Lloyd-V. Wise was hostess to-12- members of the altar society of the'Church pf Immaculate Conception, and two guests, Miss Lit- cia Rechtin of-Evansville, Ind., and Mrs-J. A. Levy, of Memphis, Monday afternoon. Plans were formulated for tl benefit bridge and rook party Fri- day'afternoon, postponed from last Saturday because of the death of Mrs. .Finley A. Robinson. It Is to be sponsored by Mrs. W. M. Mc- Kerizie and'Mrs. T. G. Seal at the social hall. It was also announce< that ravioli will-be sold Decembe 4 when thc annual bazaar is held at : the hall.. l h !i.' h «" h ' 1U s l )C1 ' d the Thanksgiving holl- ays at William Woods colleee from •hlch she graduated last.year.'She xpccls to return Monday. Theodore E. Rechlln and ilaugli- er, Miss Lucia, of Evansvllle, Ind., re guests, of Dr. nnd Mrs. S. P. ilarlln and family for ten days •hlle Mr. Rechtin Is looking afler is extensive farming Interests icre. They will go to Columbus, flss.., and New Orleans before re- urnlng home after a month's trip. Mr, and Mrs. O. J. Rodgers nnd hilrircn ' ' Tenn., spent the week end in ills' ! city. ' Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Patton' two sens v.-lll eq to Newport 1:1- : morrow uud on to Lltlj Rotk! Thursday for a visit wlto relative;.' They expect to return Friday. i T. F. l ; .liuril. of the Rice O'Niel Slice- C(j:iip2iiy of New York, Is tlis ; guest of Jeif Holand today 'whl'.; ; al'.cnill:)^ to busiine.B here. Bruce Holt, cf Joncstorc-, is :i- buElius', visitor in the city today. • Bride's i 7 ather Marries : Young Couple at Cooler j -.— | COOTEft, Mo.—A wedding of j much Interest took place hers! Thursday evening . when Glyn; While and Miss Fayc McClure, Iwlh . of Cooti'r, were married at t h e i home of the bride. Her falher, Jin-i tlce J. M. McClure, performed u:? ; ceremony. Only relatives and a few friends were present. Mrs. White is very popular in this part of the county. Sli2 is it ; graduate of Cooler high school, prominent in church and social ac- . tlvlUi'S. She has traveled extensive- j ly throughout Uie northeast. Mr. White Is a young, popular j} For Wednesday, Friday and Saturday B Caiifornia Ark. Black GRAPES Stall; Pound Fancy Malaga Pound LETTUCE California. 4&'.s. Each S 2" 360's. Sunkisf, Dozen COCOANHTS Large Size Each Johnson also vb S U.San Ah I! n '',, J T±, T' 31 ' , T ^ , CO " Pl; i tonlo nnd Lnrcilo, Mexico. '- wl " limke thclr h ? mc herc at P'"' I O. D. Moultrlc and son, J. L. Moiillrlc, and daughter, Miss Grncc, of Menasha, nre visitors in the ciiy j otinrise Prayer Meeting ' Leonard Mathes, oi st. Louis is' Planned for Thanksgiving i attending to business here today. ; " ! Dr. nnd Mrs. M. O. Usrcy will; The Christian • Endeavor sock-tl'-s i BO to Birmingham Wednesday | of ' ihe Firsl PreAylerian chu'cir where they will spend Thanksjlv- ing- with relatives. They will return Friday morning. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Bsahs left today for Blue Mounds, III., where they will visit unlirsalurday. R«l or Spanish Pound *$\ Hunch K 2 ^ ,, .•. T T-.»«Trv i^»»fc^^'»^,.» M i^ MM »»^-^«^^^^^|» | yy Bli ^ 3 |^g^|.i rg,^ ^ Se 8 fAIlIIRfflWFR Stu > wBa « i*»i^ K? ,^f~l. a ^^tiLir LuTViiLli Pound i^&a'C H.J ; , 'O Fresh <)5 Yellow Fruit will bo hosts ID other similar ganlzatlons of the city for a sunrisr prnycr meeting Thursday morning. li:30. This service Is to continue for one hour. Fred Sandefur Is leader of t:ic J. Nick Thomas jr., of Memphis, I intcreitin'j program planned will arrive tomorrow for several j ' days visit with his parents. Mr. nrul Mrs. T. 11 have a.i their Rufiell Fun- and Pound BELL PEPPERS Pound 1'ound a i m It haj bcon the custom here fov la numbei-iof years for the yoiiaj Irs. T. 11 llaynes will people tf various crJUrches to havci ••guests.-Mr. an^ Mrs.-. puc>). ^erylces., r -.^- ' nd two sons, of Mem- ' ' ''-*?'•• hilSrcn spent Sunday. J,n aNev.' Madrid,, JMq., with Mrs/'^iicxljcr's ro'thcr,.. Eugene Reagan.?-:'"" '.~ ' Mrs. W. A. Holllngsw-bilii, of farbro, is critically ill nt lhc Blythevllle hospital. She is lhc aughtcr ol Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon. Mrs. J. A. Levy and Mrs. K Mc- 3ride will return to their homo In femphls Friday after ten days isit with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Daly nd Father J. T. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Homer unit on will spend Thanksgiving al VJieatley, Ark., with Mrs. Homer's Barents. John C. McIIaney was a visitor n Manila anil Paragould Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Holland, Miss Frances Holland, Misses Marylyn and Elizabeth Burncltc' attended the play at lhc Yurbro school last night. Mrs. Guy W. Edwards, of liales- villc. Ark., who formerly lived here, Is critically 111 rroin typhoid fever at the home of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. R. E. L. Bcarden, In Arkadelphia. she was formerly Miss Clema Dcarden. ' Miss Martha Chambers will return tomorrow from Blue Mountain, Miss., where she is n student who will arrive Thr'stlay. Mr. Fnrr will spend the dny while other members of the family will remain until Sunday. 1 • • • .Mr. and Mrs. O, V. Busby nnd twin soils, cf Pontotoc, i\llsi,., will arrive tcday to vlsll Mrs. Busby's sljtcr, Mrs, O. J. Rodgers, and inothej-, Mrs. A. L. Rcnann. Mr. Busby will remain" for -a thort lime while Mrs. Busby and children cx- 'lH ,t;ibe liD.r'c for a, longer sta\-j Only 39 per cent, of the world 'tonnage of ships dcpeh-Js cx-.iu- sively on coal. a SHNAffl_2! m, 'found I Lb. Confectioner's or JJrown <3 p 3 2 Pk^s. for &4.I 1 Hlk n;idud or <3 moist can &t' safuaKHiSc-if-sSf^Si, ;i»;s]n^ GREEN BEANS . ' M 12ic I! 1/2 ' Lb - Pk «- 20c - 1 /- I - Lb - Pkff. 12c. 1/S-Lb. Pkg. tf» r% GINGER ALE Canada ? r w res U Liiibys Grated 't or Sliced Assorted Flavors • 3 Pkgs. fm- No. 2 Can Petit Pais I'ais llSff. : 2 Cans ^i<^3 1* Mr. and"Mrs. Matt'.Monagliaii jv.. until Thuvsday. They formerly llvert here. ... Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Potter are In Paragould toiluy on business: Mrs. Jf. II. Rotorlson will return to her h:tiio In Tunica, Miss, Thursday after several days slay with her daughter, Mrs.. M. S. Steger. Mrs. Sieger will accompany her to Memphis. W. J. Wimdcrllch LMiitendln'g to! & business in Cap- Glrartleau-' | OVER'4 Jim Alexander, of Bradford, 1 f^ZZ cheeked' Complimented Mrs: J. V. Rogers, who before :• recent marriage Miss Mildred An derson, was the guest cf hcnor a a surprise shower given lay; evening by. Mrs. Clyde Ulmer at the hbrr.ii of Mrs. George Grear.. Trie-15 present, spent a delightful evening writing receipcs and playing, appropriate games. "For the party the two rooms us:d for entertaining were attractively dec- irated xri(h autumn flowexs. .'The ho«te.'3 served p!3-and hot tea. . . :'A>i interesting assortment of gifts were presented the bfTd;. .,.'*'• • Bctrd Officers Elected Iverjon Morris was elected president of the board of ite Lake Street Methodist church in a meeting, at the hcriie nt Mrj. John H. Long Monday evening.. Other of- flcfcrs named were: c J. Cox, vi« p'rtsldent; Mrs'.-. A. N. 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