The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 30, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 30, 1934
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PAGE TWO .Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Current Events club medium with Mrs. Matt Monaghau Jr. Mrs. Clarence Vollmer cnlcrliun- Ing wocfesdnj' Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mid-Wcck Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Cecil Shaw. Mrs. OHo Kotiittlzky liavlng UK- Thursday Luncheon club. Ti-.ursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. O. w. McCutchen. Mrs. L. 11. Moore h.ivinj; Thursday BndfC club. 13r!dge tournament ut Blvlhc- villc Country club. KRIWAY'S KVKNTS Mnple Grove Cemetery as'-oem- lion meeting with Mrs. j. ii. Smart jr. Wed in Secret l-irs.( Haptlst IV. M. U. Has Social. New members in tin- Woman's i Missionary union of ihc Firs'. Ha[>-1 list church were tufst.s or Jmiior' at a social meeting Monday alter- noon at the home of Mrs. J«- S Dillnhuniy. A Valentine 1 molil was used HI Ihc decorations nnd in thc srnim: nf a molded ?nlad and coder- lo the- 35 present. Included in the Bi.csts «-2s Mis. A. w. Stephens. o! near Houston. Texas, who formerly icslded here. Mines. Dlllnhimly. Chester Nn- berr, Roy Head and Alvin Iluir- iiran are members ol thc social committee who planned Ihc de- llehlJully informal affair. County B. V. r. u. To Meet Thursday, Thc Mississippi Comity 15. Y~>. U. association of Baptist churches '"•'ill meet at the Lnxora church Thursday evening. 7:30 o'clock. In the past this proup. which ha.s a laige membership, has been meeting on Friday. J. P. Friend of this city, president, will preside in thc business session In which a board of strategy will be named to formulate plans for thc association «nd announcement will be made concerning thc 0111111.11 comity training noursc lo be held here enrlv in March. . ' Miss Aiuia Margaret Wood is Itoder of the program on the 1 theme "Reaching the Standard." 'A playlet will be given. Aux'y Have Hlslorli-al Meet. The final historical meeting ot the church year in the Woman's Auxiliary of thc First P&sbytorian church was Monday afternoon at thc church. Ench fifth Monday has been used for this rmrposc. ' JFrs. James B. Clark, historian save thc historical background ol thc southern Presbyterian church. Mrs. L. S. Brlscoe told of the early years In thc church, llm, hardships and achievements, and! Mr.-. Clark spoke ol the ach mcnls of the auxiliary pin-.;. Tourney Hands Responsive to All Bidding Systems One ficercl aclor* can keep Is that of (heir marriage. In llm case of Murluii Munis and Kano Richmond, idioii-n licre, tiio secret was l;cpl since hist May, v>'lien they worn married fnl- Inivitir; (heir work in ;i Jungle;. lilcluiT. Itlclimonrl W.IK a M in- IIIKOU university uthlclu, ami Miss Burns formerly was Mrs. Briico McKarland. Bits oj Mostly Personal Soviet Russia Tn Be Studlcr!. Members of thc Current. Events, 1 club will study "Soviet Russia" in a iriccting Wednesday evening. V:ao o'clock., at the home ot Mr.s. Matt Monaghan Jr. Mrs. Monaghan will (ell of die' communistic government under; Stalin and Us failures and MIC.-' cesses to date. Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, leader, and Mrs Fnnis- worth Black will lead a discussion of the five-year plan, -[n- riiisirial Russia in Control" is Mrs Howard Proctor's topic. Visitors Complimented. Misses Dorothy Bnnyan ami Ann HclSKill. of Memphis. Dorothy Blockbui-ii of Mtlwootl, Ark and Denny Peters, of Mai-lumia. Avk who were gi-esUs of ML-a Uetty McCulclieii over thc week end <ii<| a number of interesting ti l)ng s for entertainment, during then- slay here. Alt of the girls attend St. Mary's at Memphis. The largest affair was the dame given by Miss McCulchcn and Jimmie Edwards Friday evening ,u Ihe city auditorium. A ,Ione.<l»i-o orchestra furnished the- music lor the 150 members of the younger set here and from ncavbv towns • * * ilcic.ui Cl.iss Alerts. Twclvn member;- of tii" i; t n-i-i Sunday fchoo: cl iss o! II-,- I-irM P:wbytcrian chiirch '-ucsis o! Mrs. Leslie Hno»»r and Mrs C J. Crnuc Monciav rM-uinp; at thc home of Mrs. Vi! B im iLK uk LIIQ Mrs. Eva Morrison Thc claw li:,iory M(,. S ( |i.=,pliivc-d and a Bitlc alpliaV.t f aiw played Cookies an-l li"-, chwolalc \i t -re served. • ' • • To Have 'l'j c SUIIJ-IT. The Junior Higl: s$th(, u ; piuvnt- Teacher aKociatin:- uiii ),.,.-,, a I'ic supper Tlmrsdiv evcmm: 1-w o'clock, at the junior hi s h "biuld- i.-ig. Mr. and Mrs. K,mis\vorlli Black and. daughter, Betty, will move io Memphis within a few days where Mi. Blajk has accepted a position as isilcfinnii for an oil doni- rany. Mr. Bluet will begin work February 1 and Mrs. Black and Ht-tly will join him about Sunday. !!o;rj ah- prominently known. Mrs. HI.IC!: Inuny rcMiled hern all her life except for several months residence in Oklahoma City. Mr. Black ramo here from Memphis ten years ago. Maureen Kintj Norris, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Samuel P. Norris. is improving uflcr having been ill from measles .ilnce. Thursday. Misses Lois and Mary Frances Senders, ot Kcnnell. Mo., will IK- l.s of Miss Sara Ann Eskrirtgc lonighl, coming ovnr (.specially for the dani'C at the city nutillorlum. 13n:-, Smith, who attends (lie denial school of St. Louis Uni vcrsily a! yt. Louis, returned 10 Dl today after .spending hcv days at home. *'• n. u. Goodman has re turned (o her home In Memphis after a brief slay with her son tthu Goodman, and, family. Mr. and Mrs. Ooodman and' daughter, I.rc, accompanied her home, re- turnini; he-re yesterday. I.. K. Old jr., returned In Mcm- pliis Inilay aitcr several davs s'.iiv with Mrs. O!d. Miss Sara Ann EsV.ridge. UCCOH I by Hub La- ol byersburs it-tin., speii! Sunday with Misse 1 Mary Frances and" Lois Sander; r.t Kcmni'l, Mil. Mr. aiTd Mrs. Farnswoith lllar-fc Mrs. A. ,\[. Bull are spend li':l:iy In Memphis. A. \\'. Stephens nnd sons. KCiidi'l ami Mai [in Blair, ot near Ht,uslon. Texaf.. are vlsiluii; Mr. and Mrs. J. w. whllwurtti :nul n:ber friends for a few days. Thi-y fuiiiicrly resided here. Tliey plaii to Jcavc tnmorron- by motor j Mr. and Mrs. ,1. w. Whltivoi 111 • had ar- tin-it- cwsls Sunday Mrs. Oliver and son, Bi'llv, ol Thc bidding of ihe hands In the world bridge Olympic at the country club Thm.sdiiy evening will be an interesting feature, according lo Harry W. Humes and Everett H. Gee, who are sponsoring tiio allalr as I'ep^esrnliillves of the Na- Thc National liudgc association has announced that u non-partl- s-'iii committee, representing all bidding systems, ha.s been studying bridge caines for a year io select tests suitable for Ihe World Bridge ilymplc. The hands finally Eocm-cd. it » declared, will provide a splendid for experts, avcrnxe playei-s. and beginners. The commlitec claims that these hands aio etjually responsive to any bidding .system and that thc Olym- nk' nluvp™ tl rill c" Madarne Recamier, Who Dared to Defy the Command of the Eroperor Napoleon - •• tartl Player will b* s» nl g C0in . pctc analysis O f the CO n e * Lc 2" dins and play for etch hurt Playing will begin at a when bridge players In (3 cm Countries »m play thc Over 350 trophies will b« c<l and local prizes win i^ _ lvcn iho players Thursday evening"according to parly rules. A large number of players from nmby cities are planning to at- [ Players pay {1 each to pnte. Memphis, and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Fletcher and children, of Marie. Miss Orlne Hutchlns of Manila. «'ho is attending- school In Memphis, was the guest of Miss Ruth Whilworth Sunday. J. 11. fitovall is a paticnl at the Blythevllle hospital. Mrs. Matt Monaghan jr., and Miss Hniel Ifardln spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. Harry Klrby was In Para- Stuld this monilng. • Miss Virginia Huffman has gone :o Clinton, Miss., where she Is entering Hlllmaii college for the •tcond seme.iler. Her uncle and •unit, Mr. and Mrs. Juke Hunnan, accompanied her to Mem- )hls yesterday. Proper Thing" "Is it permissible to ask for an invitation to a social affslr for a filcnd who has not been Invited?" Ill case you have a guest from out of ihe city and thc hostess is a clofo friend and the aftalr a large one and not a dinner. In that event you may tactfully inquire whether your llouseguest may be brought to the party. "Arc, iuvtUUions by telephone Proper?" Yes. to informnl aflaira where the persons invited arc frtendi. »e hrxlesscs us; telephone invitations lor a. "perrbonal touch- Hayti Society ~ Persona] Mr, and Mrs. O. H. Marshall returned Sunday from Gldeo,, Mo., where they, attended the Ju- neral of M re . Marshall's father Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ftirdeecy of Pamja, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. N. Pardeecy and children of LUJ:- ora. Ark., and Mrs. Phillip Hamni and daughter, Pauline of Caruth- crsville were the guest* of Mrs Woir Klioiirle and daughters, Misses Edna and Anna Mai Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. .Albert WiUon and son, and Miss Irene Haybuck and O. McCain returned home fron- Tcrrc Ha,ute. Ind., Sunday inom- I»6. Iliey had attended Iho funeral services of tiic letter's wife who died here last week. C. A.. Cirlock, ot Kansas City is here aiding !n the Sunday tchool work of !!ie Baptist church. J. L. McClanahan spent, the wtc-Kcnd In si. Lo U | s vlsltinB- with irlatfves and friends. W. T. Nethefy attended to business in Konsas City a few days the latter part of last week. ii'Sd over her. i' fol)lc ,,„ . , tlreets to glimpse her in i '' age she said she knew n, lwr °' 11 vas over when IK- ]i[i" l '']J Mm Married at 13 lo * banker three limes her ate patron- fs« of a Paris salon that ai- Iracled the freaUst minds of France.... ;.a lavishingly H Iwaaty Ihtt people lined Ihc streets to fllmpse her banished by Nipolron ImmorUlUed In fulnUng and sculpture..These ?re tht dramatic high spots In (he rnnartabtc career of the lovely MUdamr liecamler, whose fast Inutile histoiy Is told by Alice Roh« in this, Ihe second of 12 irllcles on The Woman in Ihe P»lntln t . * * + BV ALICK KOHK Written for NCA Service If Madame Rccc'iuler lived lo- Jay she might be called beautiful but dumb. This would be tn injustice lo ihc lovely crealuvii whose name u Inevitably assot.atcd with complexion beautifiers. Idol of Gnat Men Madame Hecamler was not so f.iimb as to think that beauty alone was enough for a talbn. She suc- ctrHied Ip, surrouiiu'.rij herself with Drains, Her beauty s«lon became an intellectual ctrter. Yet not » s i llgle c , 1 .^ Ver Sa 5' ln * "or » "ngle -i ,, . O j ^^ survives to pleice among the .fa- clever line jiiilify her Madamn WEB not so . i- ( '>™ b as to believe Ihe old adage: Settler!, ot the Western Reserve in Ohio were so cdept al cheese ckiiiB that Ihis necilon of tnc late . once was called "Cheesc- " TraveW Milllor. Mllrs CLEVELAND (UP)—One million r.i!lC5, a distance foual lo 40 flmes aiound the gliibe, has beer, trav- t'cd by WilHm G:andy. 65. vet- tl-an motorman of the Cleveland Railway company. Ihe city's trolley system, in 46 yj-ars o( service, according lo Granny's reckoning. The Department of Agriculture has estimated that \6.3 acres ol hay can be raked by one man with a hay rake in one day. -"Beauty is its o-.n reward." She i n-nnlcd more—ant! got, it. When jthc was fifteen sin: married a lich banker three limes her age anri fealhered her nest with, bank notes Thc nest became one ot the historic salons cf Paris in sjilte cf the fact, thai its mistress pos- si'fsod not one of thc essentials. Wit and wisdom, intellect and political astuteness vvc-c absolute rt- eidnemcnts for tl-e establishment of a salon. Yel i!i Madame Re- mmier's court of beauty the great pt Fiance foregathered. Thc mosl brilliant minds paid Iributc that, "lovely fac: unmaired by tlreuBhl." at serious study. And her school Baiiiblied by .\'.M. O |,. Although she wat ni'arr^IIi HE the Reign of Terror o ''"'" ot?vlr,usly iinaffected by th» V, w " s surioundinu her life. wL" 0 '''. ors l^leoii. who had ban|«|,,,' , Irlcnd Mine, de S'.arl, asj-cti ' be tady-iii-waillnif at hi s ,."'''. '" slid the order was equivalent i',, ccminand-shc declined. Shorn?, after her husbanr't bank f-,i[ , And then Napoleon banished he,'. I' 1 ' visiting Mine, dc Stael. Alter Napoleon's death Mad-mu' Hccainier retmtiet' [n Pari.-> win-re In a single room at thc Abbavc tu Bois her salon was again vis- uccl by the great of all nail •„* She died In 184!) cf the chok-"i which she dreaded as .she did tin- low of her beauty . Many Jr( Lsi s i^nwrtaiii..^ | lcr "' I""!! 1 ". 1 '' aml s."il]ilui-c. Uavirt'.-. ..oitrall in the Louvre is p'r'.iaps lie best known. H's classical iiylc ins reproduced accurately the ."iS.e.^ilr ^ ™\^ iosy month, thc iviiutifmiv r ,,'!^,| I iiiao. the lovely throat anil Mioul- cns and arms, only the cxouis [..e coloring oM.e. complexion" d- fd the artists biTsh. _Jacques Louis Drvid "thc classi- Pevolnlion. He dku iu 1825' C " 1 ' Copyrieht. 1934. HI A Hcrvicc. Im-.i Read Courier News Want Arts. .- mous salonleres. She had the gift of silence. She was tactful and she knew how to lime her smiles. No wonder greai mtn fell in love with her! Btnjihiln Constant, Bernadotte, e»en Napoltoh as well cred- lists. beg- as his brother Lusian, is ilet- with enterjjig Ihe Prince August of Prussia ecd her to ?nd marty divorce her him. Thc husband brilliant . Chateaubriand's love- was an epic of brain's devotion to beauty up io thc hour of his deaih. Thc most ingenious press agepl could not think up a better bLiuty firdmdtlon story than the tne Madame Recamler lived. Pfbm the day srie «aa able to sit up and take notice a Iccking gliiss *as thrust Uttb her baby hands. Thb firsl thing the learned was that she was teaullful. The CMC of her face r.nd body was the earliest training- 'she ' received Her mothbf compelled hi* b spend hours Ihe the mirror! From convlchor. that baby beauty . hood . was the only thin;: worth was instilled into her mind. Even at the convent her mother saw- that she acquired only such accomplishments— siriing and playing the harp— as exhibiled her charuii. And sic was taught NEVER to mar he- beautiful face by excitement, or emotion. She became so beauty conscious that it would be unfair to call her vain. She Ji.b! didn't know anything else. A?d evidently it was enough. Mine. Recamicr iv«i born al 1,5 ona of a hutiri^qinc, well-lo- Oo father and tute mother. Julia Adelaide Marie Aiitomclle was so imprcs- fed by -her childish beauty I hit I, Hie sent for her to visit thc Royal apartments. .Late.:-" all Paris went 1 beautiful K^v mine was Ecinard. Queen STOPPED-UP .NOSTRILS, . c nostriU ,«nd / permit frw br.«htn< , by Mint MenthoUtum ^"•tjuidmonilng. MENTHOLATUM BARGAINS IN NEW & USh'U FURNITURE R.J.DODSON .3»3 E. Main - Phon« 155 HUSKY THROATS Don't Trifle With Coughs , ""U 1 let them set :i strains!!- [l.nln I'ipht ferine t|tiickly. Crct.- L.r.iiilsiun fdinbini's 7 iiuijoi- hdi» in cue. Potterlnl but Plc;is- ani In lake. \» i arcolics Your f'Aii diiiggiv, j s authorized to re- Iiu:d your money <m the S|»t il yuiii- co.igh or cold is not relieved l.v Crcomtilsion. —Adv. K One Candle Jar Ccnlury ST. LOUIS (UPl-Thrcc camllcs --one n big ore—adornct! the birthday cake of Mrs. Mahr.dti j-encti, who cclehntcd her lC2ntl o,frlhciiy recently. The one tia tandlc, she explained. B-.U to n&rk the century !:nd thc fitnailtr ones (or the fvo ether years Mrs .French came here in 1836. GRADE A Raw Milk Tfionc 71 Craig's Dairy . Isolated Post-.rfcc Q u i( s I10H, Wash. (UPl—The farthest <-mpost postoftice nl, Sprete tiny community in the hcarL of Ihc "si Olymtric pcrintula. will be tteoontlnued;. John Huelsdonk, O.yinplc strong i-inn, cstablishect the office 25'..vem tgo by making bi-weekly trips of 30 miles for mall. Avei-y Plows and Light Implements Alwaji-A-Heart 1'ecds, Highest Grade Field and Garden Seed, Kootins, rciu-ing, liar. nc4^> etc. OBERST STORE CO. A re YOU as expert as SHE? THINK for a minute-what if you had thc house to )'un, meals to plan and children to care For? Do you think you could do the job as well as your wife does? On the same amount of money? Be honest The housewives of the nation study and' know their jobs. They read the advertisements' regularly J hey keep themselves informed of the best offerings of the stores. They are expert purchasing agents These purchasing agents, from necessity or indi- " •IPMU nn' i ' S «JUm a full one hundred cents' worth in value. They know heir needs They know through the adver isements ust where these needs can be best supplied It tl e least cost. Such intelli buying Watch! Don't Be Flim-Flammed on Price and Weight LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Specials for Wednesday • Thursday rilL'L'L'L' bunny brood, racked in ihi- Wf fliL Handy' Vacuum i'ackcd Jar NAVY BEANS 1'ound ORANGES 8-Lb. Sack Enth 29c BACON Swift's Oriole. Slictd Pound ONIONS Yellow (Jlobu I'ount! MEAL s ""iOc 10 19c PORK CHOPS End Cuts I'otinrl (In liulk). Uriiii; .Ii,r Pint 15c Wilson I'oimci lOc PORK LIVER Strictly Fresh Pound SORGHUM 30c G 49c Crisp Heads Sc SOAP Palmulivc. :j 5c Wisconsin. No. i Ycllou- Poun* KtfllogrrV 25 c COFFEE Pounii lOc WEINERS F lOc FLOUR I'illsbury's Ift-st Zl-\.b. Sack MUSTARD Marco Full Quarl 10c PORK STEAKS Kcitl Lean Pound 10c APPLES Wincsaps Count' PEACHES Libhy's. No. 2'/ 2 Can 2 for 35c Our Mothers 2-Lb. J5o\ 20c PICKLED PIGS FEET 2 for 5c

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