The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 26, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 26, 1930
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WEDNESDAY, NOVKMBER 20, Society Calendar Thursday .The thanksgiving dance Is using given at the annory. Miss Patty Moore U having a dancing party al Ihe Woman's Club. Friday The Woman's dub is meeting at the club house. Mrs. T. G. Seal and Mrs, W. M. -. McKenzie are sponsoring a bene- 8t bridge and rook parly al the Catholic social hall at 2:30 o'clock. Mlw Eileen Foster is having a bridge _party al the home of Mis. J. D. Barisdale compliment ing her fitter, Mlts Dorothy Foster, of Paris, Ark. Bits of News Mostly i'ersonal with her daughter, Mrs. C. L. Mrs. Donald Snillli, who IIDS been seriously ill, Fletcher will i-ctu.n tomorrow night. Mrs. i Smlh Is much Improved. Fletcher, Mr. Miss Mary Outlaw will leave this afternoon for Rector for several 'days slny wllh her mother. Misses Mary Emma Hood and iMonta Hughes are leaving this af- | ternoon for Miss Hughes' home at | Brighton, Teiin., where they will ' " during the Thanksgiving hal- Judgc C. L. Moore, who has Icen ' 111 for some lime, I snow slowly im' proving. Miss Margaret Milnci'..>vlli','go to _ _ ,- , Jonesboro Thursday night,', for iii>. », ^n S'" 1 *?"'. "" rse of -lance, llun Krnllli and Max Log', c ,l"r vU \ cv !!!°..! IOJ i? I . l !, <1 . 1 ' wll '.. s P?"d 'Will accompany i,er. . Drs. C'ai: and Edna tries'left lo- Uay ioi Sr.elblna, Mo., where they arc tu spend. I he. holidays with D; 1 . Edna Nits' mother. ! MlE't.s Mary,. Ellen Stevens and _ „. .Katharyn UfnUm will go to. Mem- Mlts Vivian Dlllohunty, who at- | 1)h!s t™ 0 )'- (mitls (he University of Missouri at I Mr - n W.-Mrs. Dill MuFarland Columbia, is arriving tonight for • ltre B° 1I: B to Memphis for tomor- Spring Hats Are Brimming With Style ihc the Tlmnk.sjjlvlng holiday with' her parent?, al Yarljro. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Srnllh h lurned to t!:elr villf, Mo., "after a brief visit with Mr. and Mi's. W. W. Drown. Mrs. Brown is Mr. Smith's sister. the Thanksgiving holidays. She will . l ' ow - Visitors To Attend Dance. Visitors from Jcncsboro, Paragould, Memphis. Kennelt, Cnru- thersvillc, Oiceola, Wilson, Luxora arid numerous olher nearby points •have accepted Invitations lo attend tho Thanksgiving danre here Thursday 'night at Ihe new armory: -.' All arrangements are complete for Ihe nflnir with the music by Malcolm Burke and his nine-piece orchestra of Memphis. Dancing is to begin at 9:30 o'clock. ' « * • To Condnct Prayer Mettiiig. The Wllhflm Union of the B Y. P, U. In (he First Baptist church will be in charge of Ihe prayer tervjcsc at that- church tonight, 7:34 o'clock. A special program has. been arranged in observing Thanksgiving. C'l.ib Has Turkey Dinner Niemcers <? Ui5 Tuesday Luncheon Club, which Is mealing at iilght nor,-, were guests ti Mrs. Sam Thomas'last evening for a turkey dinner. The delectable menu was c:rV£d..ln three courses, In 'the contracl bridge play.->il Mrs; W. D. qiamblin jr., won "the prize, a blooming geranium. • * * • Guests Altthd Clnb itfretlny Mrs. Harry Kirby was hostess lo the Tuesday Bridge club nnd several guests, Mejdomes Marvin R-fc- insoii, J. H. Elklns, Allan Walton H.- Baker, Charles. 1 Martin aiid Mrs. Earl Kconiz of Springfield. 'Mo., yesterday afternoon. She also hud Mrs Elton W. Kirby n$ S tea guest. Mrs. Flcyd White ./iron the club Prize in the ' " ' ' " 'scarlet ( evcr ( Or two W eeks. ! Dave Lancaster, formerly oi Hly- j thcvlllc and now of Brooklyn. Ore., j Is crlllcally 111 from pneumonia, ac- i cording lo word received by his 'slsler, Mrs. P. H. Cutler. Woodrow Fisher has returned from Memphis where he visited for two days. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harnish, Miss Marie Harnish, Frank Harnish and Miss Dora Marks wil go lo Cooler, Mo., tomorrow lo vlsll Mrs. Har- nlsh's sjstcr, Mrs. W. H. Ray, nnd family. The Kcv. G. R. Tyler and the Rev. W. H. Horn, of Manila, accompanied by Prank Adorns, of Paragould, were visitors In the city Tuesday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Morgan Gilbert have returned lo their'home In Jackson, Tcnn,, afler a brief slay here as the enesls of Mrs J, G. Sudbnry. They came over for Ihe funcrnl of Mrs. Flnley A. nob- reiinn Sunday. Miss Wanda Brnley, of Armenia, 111., Is (he guest of her slsler. Mrs. will ,' Mrs . Joe n. Halbach and two semi o lo ciuwfordsville, Ark., to- iv for several days slay with Haltach's parents, Mr. nn:l Mrs. S. O. Boone. Ralph Atkinson, of Batesvlllc,. Is n business vlsllor In (he cily. Chris Roland, of Clnffce, Mo., is arriving tomorrow for a brief visit Scott Han is went t today lo be with Mrs'.' Harris during Ihe Thanksgiving ^jjoli'ihys.' Miss Carolyn'Hall wjll 1 have as her guests for Ihe' remainder uf the week Miss Francsij Holmes cf Heriiiindo, Miss., and' JrJIss Abbay, o! Tunica, Miss.'They mil attend liic dance at Carulhcrsviiie lomuriow nighl. Dr. •). i-. Walker, of El Dorado! Ark., has arrived to spend the remainder ol Ihe week wllh Mrs. Walker anil daughter, Mrs. C. u. Redman, anil family. Mrs, Walker , with his brother, Jell Roland. . ...... ! Misses Frances Parker niulPron- • wl " 1)C hc ' rc several months. I c;s Miller arc leaving tonlzht for I ERo11 w - Klrl) y k m at h| s li°» I Columbia, Mo.. Ml?s Parker's home ; on Wcsb Wo 1 "'"- street. I where they will spend the Holidays! • " *"° Tr """"' ; They will nko visit in Si: Ljuls. ' Miss Lau-a Basiett goes lo Mem- I phis thi.- afternoon for Ihe rcmnln- j dcr of the week. Mrs. W. A. Dobyns. who Is rcr- lously III al the Memphis Baptist hospital followliifr an operation two Mr?ks a«Y !s slowly Improving, Mrs. J. W. Hamilton, of St. Louis. Is Hie guesl of her sister, Mvs. L. D. Chnniblln. nnd family for Iwo weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Cr.amblin and two sons nnd Lloyd Stlckmon wont lo .Memphis for her. Miss Eileen Fosler will have as her guest for the holidays liar sh- ter. Miss Dorothy Fosler, of Paris. Ark. Misses Ern Wright. Mabel Ilojnn, Mary Outlaw and Jessie Srlle will spend tomorrow In Memphis. . Mr. and Mrs, R. P. Dlcmcr and two cbilt-r^n. of W,ishtngton,-Di C.. have arrived here to make their Mr. nnd Mrs. F.verett U. Gee will motor to Marstoiij Mo., tomorrov.- lo spend Ihe day with Mr. Gee.; lather. .. ,. ..„„. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. Jontz, Mrs. Misses Virginia and Louis" Ifour- I Stevens and daughter,-. Marjo'rle, land, Marie Lesgell and Mnvy i" ave B0ne lo Columbus City, Ind., Frnnces Slacy will motor ID Cot- i Iov a wcek ' s vlslt wllh relatives, ton Plant for the day Thursday Tlle >' win rclum s »"<lay..' Mr. iiml Mrs. M. A Isaacs had I M "-' RusscU Dlalr and cliildian as Ihelr guests Tuesday Mr nn-t! arc < lr '™B to Marion lomori-ow lor l Mrs. A. J. Meyer, of Walnut i Ul £, dri50 ' . , :: Ridge. i The Rev. and Mrs. Roy L. Hlirs: i Misses Dixie Lee Qulnn Martlm ' nml two sons ' antl MrSl Hufst ' s ln °- j Jane Ctirtwrlghl and Ihilli iidrlng- j thc ''' ilr5 - Dolllc B:l Sley, of Para- j (on, of Osffeola. were guesls of M°r ' sould, will spend 'i'hursdny with and Mrs. Virgil Greene aiid fain-• i Mr ' a1 "' Mls ' Tul ' llcr Simpson ami Ity Sunday. C. Gntbrealh, tor Ihree Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Tlllman, Chlei of Police nnd Mrs. O. P. lrlm By JULIA BLANSHARU NCA'-Service Writer NEW VORK.-The wee hats of winlcr will Just brim over wllh chic v-v.m spring comes 'round nsxt year will! new colors and raw materials. Palm Bench fashion shows are Hotting out amazingly lovely hois every one boasting a brim or some kind. • icw is the' reach cliai popples trimming it. w-ltli cre'ngc red and chS Offer Soft Xew Fells • >-• ---......,, n-ui.iicli3, plLLUItl. -.'.leather, bandings and'ribbon all -are popular. . stationed In the Canal Zone Fliw ' o[ Alhe »s. Ala., are here for I wllh the Unilcd States army l s ! a . ww;k ' s sla V with Mrs. Flint's sis- i spending n pan m his fnrloii"ti' tcrS| Mls ' Jlmmie Ledbetier and ! wlllr his sister. Mrs. j. H Klsh°r • Mrs ' c;harlcs Phillips Jr., and their ; and family. | lomlllcs. They tormerly lived in i The Rev. and Mrs. Alfred S liar- '• Ulls cit *'' well nnd family hnve gone lo.Hot l ' cllarles Kramer.went to Caruth-.. Springs for two tlays visit wilh vel-( drsvlllc thls i^nnoon for -the- nllvcs. Tlie Rev. Mr. Harwell wns i Thanksgiving holfdny. formerly pastor of n Bapllst clmrcli ' Mr - all(1 Mvs - °- p - 1Ioss lla - v:; there. ' .,os ttieir gnest Mr. Moss' brother, \V. these iic;v versions of what, a woman should wear- atop her crown o: glory. The trlcprns and blcorns are responsible for this brim bu=i Texas nrc for of. , ew e, their .line of advance from •"•" -- ..... ..... motor to Hoxie tomorrow where they will meet Miss Lawson's sis- irr who is enrqute to Wisconsin • Miss Selma Leiitz left this afternoon for several days stay in Pi«- £o:t, Ark., with relatives. Mr. and Mrs.' A. G. Hall and -.-.i-.ily arj going to Little Rock to v-:it Mr. nnd Mrt. C. V.'. Beale tx- . hiny panmnalaciues an-1 the roushish basket weave straws are the most important Felts are soft sis silk, lend IliDmselves to droops and drapes. And fabrics -. 10 do everything hat would ask, _. — _..£,.v—iwii in fi whito felt with flared brim and a irim of hatter's plush Irealed- .to - resemble a fine-broadtail. There is a bow of this- trim, outlined in white .across" one "side nnd flaring.over .Ihe front. The'Inside'of the brim; hair, is also faced wllh & PaHy d °™ south ' or right here this wffic side brim of black "Jij.l'.eftT :i s a lovely new parlj !al'<>:,. »' hat, right, in pale' y;lb',v.' , ipring, a wide-brimmed hat c' t!ic--i new rough, slrnw is mad-: in the,, new green which lias pbnly ofi.-l, gray in ii, a new and deUiiale ion-This lint has,one side .quit; «-ld" -, with the olher shallower. Th"-o" are a few beautiful Jlowers e'tiil-" velvet ribbon in this uev,- Eliane to (rim It. ' . .. For wear during-the d?.y. Palliiv:- Beach sponsors yellow, gay d-'fW dil yellow. A hat of this" 'txio- is-.: made of a new rough Clurmaina-^ slra\y in yellow tvtninied •v:ii:> or-' ' ange red and chnvtrcus; pD-jpidi.' * it has an unusual' brim, daundia ' ! . on one side, triangular on th: otliiid: and lifted off the face'in ironhi' The ho.: v ess served n tomato aspic, cheese sandwiches, .cinnamon rollo and hoi rea t-r-lt'j 12 ladies. Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Elklns are I Mrs. Smith wns rormc'rlv MR^Sn I moved to tills i:ity'and-are now a leaving today 'for Kansas City -"- - - ' -•-• -•-•-• where they will vlsll relatives for irate Rirdid; Irty-flve rela.- including employes of a few days. i Miss Belle WhlUllt and E. , r . , i Lyman will motor lo Parapould and friends. I momra . fo , U)c ( , nv - . the Iccal Southwestern Bell Telephone company, attended the dinner given Monday by Mrs. W. M. Bish for the birthday celebrations of her ton ,Lee Musgraves, and her daughter, Mrs. F. M. Sutlon. . An appelizin; menu was served at large tables decorated in autumn flowers end there v. ere two birthday cakes wilh candles. » • « To Have Banquet. Tiic Wonder Sunday school class . J. W. Wilson and Cecil Norlh- coll, of Little Rock, are atleiulin;; lo business for two days. die Belli I'orlis of ihls city. Miss Mary McHnncy went to Kemictl, J<o.. this afternoon where she, will spend the next four iluys willi her parents. Miss Mary lluUler goes lo .Memphis Ihis iillernooii for a vis:t with filends during the holidays. home on Holly and Division strec:.-.. Before/? her mnrrlagc Mrs. Port--.was Mvs. Eva CHapman. Miss Rosa St. Hardy went :o Gates, Tcnn., this afternoon la-: • the reiiialiulcr of the week. Knight, of Slcele, Thanksgiving spend tomorrow in this city. i Miss Pally Moore will hav ... .—^ ,.....,„ llum i,j un an(t cJinri .of the Lake Street Methodist j calmc nnd Joe 0 , E /*>\lir/'l» «-lll linnr. n Y, „ » n ., n l T7--I ' , . ' i-ni church will have a banquet Friday evening in the Sunday school rooms. Mrs. L. E. Gay, president, and O. C. _Barnes. teacher, are making extensive arrangements for the turkey banquet and program lo be- iu uv&me:* ior iwo nays. holidays. i Miss Pally Moore will have us i p. G. Brown went lo Forrest I M r . and'.Mrs. Cecil White arc' her guest for a week at Hie licmie City today where he \vll spend the I mutoring to Clnrksdale Ark for ' of Mr. and Mrs. Kusscll Phillips, K-rtialndcr of the cotton season. He | a visit wilh Mrs. .Wnite's mr'eiUs ' Miss Martha Lynn Rude, of Nash- i nas teen lore since September. Charles A. Stubbs, accompanied I viMe. Tenn. Rmke Weltlnknmp, <:f oseeala by his mother, .Mrs. C L atubbs i Miss Winnie Virgil- Turner lsft-1 nd.Blvlheville went to Mnmnhk I le ft this alternoon lor Blodgctl, ] this afternoon for several days stay | Mo., where they are visiting J lor ' "t Ncwbern, Tcnn., where she will j several days. , visit her sister, Xirs. C. S. Grisham. Henry Hudson and W. 13. Me- ' Miss. Margaret McCall, formerly Clerkln went to Cotton Plunt lo- • of Blythcvllle and. now of : bt: dny for the football giimc tomor- j Louis, arrived Ihis • morning for ro «'. | several days visit with Miss Isabel" nnd.Blylheville went to Memphis | yesterday for a few'days slay. Mr. and Mrs. N. 13. Meinrrl will have as their guests for the week-end, Ur. and Mrs. I,. D. Hutchison and. children, D™. Mr. Barnes will gin at 8 o'clock, be toostmaster. To If.ive binner Parly. ' Misses Naomi Rhodes. Luble White, Arrtelie Kinnlngham nnd Lena ElIIwell will be hostesses to n dinner party of 22 guests Thursday evening st the home of Mrs. T. D. Rhodes. It has been the custom of these young ladies for the past four years to have such affaire for 11 of Iheir friends and their escorts. They will arrive tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sl'.onsc and children left loday by motor for Phoenix, Ariz., where they win spend three months. Miss Clnrn Ruble went to Ne\v- bern, Tcnn., today lo visit relatives tor four days. Mr. and Mis." o. P. Moss will hnve ns llieir gnesl for the remainder of Hie week Mrs. Moss' slsler Miss Mott Womack. of Montrom- tiy, Ala. Hospital Notes Hugh Pin-vis Orrell, city, admitted to the Blytheville hospital. Gilchrist Farm News Mr. and Mrs. Cnr.vford Greene : Brandon, are among those from this city who ' Mr. and Mrs. Otto KoclHilzky •""' -"-iml Ihe BlyUiivillc-CDttun ! and children are going lo Cape Gi- Plant football game ni Cotton ' rarcieau for the holidays. Miss Jinc , Plant tomorrow. • Kcchtilzky will Tx; n guest al n Miss iNollie Kerr IcC. this afler- ] dinner parly given by Jack Oliver | noon fur her hnme in Clarendon. ' tomorrow evening. - | Ark. She will return Sunday. I Mr. nnd Mrs. John B. Lane are ' Mrs. c. D. Wills, oi Paragould, | spending Thanksgiving in Jnck-j Is in the city for several rlnys. She ] son, Tcnn., as guests of Mr. and j is home service agent tor the Ar- ! Mr.s. Wnlte Rowland. kunsas-Missonrl Power company. Miss Leone Callicott will spend " ... „ , ; Jlis s 1-aVcrgnc Hc.d Ls going" to ! Friday in Memphis. ...... " sch ' ' Memphis for tomorrow. I Miss Willie A. Lnwson, Mrs. H. o the week with Mr. nnd Mr? George Lange, parents of the former Miss Mary Lynn Bass, who underwent an operation al the Memphis Baptist hospital two weeks ago, has been removed lo the iictel where she is convDlcsclnc. Her Ilia Bena, Miss., will arrive ta- niorrow to spend Th.mkigiving with relatives here. Miss Agnes Barton v>-;;i icnve tonight for Thayer, Mo. (or ihe holi- i 1 days. She will reliirn Sunday. Mrs. Marie pl.uis lo j spend tomorrov in Memphis with I Iriencts ' "MlWEdna Kntherii-e Hi!- in Mr ' alld Mrs> Tl '' c;iui Fletcher, , structor in Ihe citv hiah «c' n'-,i . ot Parn 8 olll , d . nl "l Tommy fletchs;- Hot Springs, will ivrivc toniZ t n ]r: ' ot Wilson ' wi " bo silcs '- s oi Mis > I spend Hie holidays with !-,„ >ar- Kelurnh Nccly toni «'">tt-. enls, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hale " Louis Horlon and Virgil s^scu ! Miss Mary Alice Tl;onps'"i'" of a "endcd lo business in Mcmplm ' Will Williams and family of I De^e'"'^^'n "^' Visili " g n! i yCStCn " 1S 'Promise Land visited relatives here M ^ilurt' , 3rnvc ton '<»'roiv j Mrs. I. O. Wcstlrcak has re- . Sunday. - i } •/*<=!. v- ' s here with | tinned from Joiner where she sp;n: • .Cecil and Clyde Steele made a ' snirtiv ""'" rCU:ril to U " !cr ! lhc week-end .with her iljn s hier business trip to Fulton, Miss., Sat- ! Mr o',,,i M c, • - -• - nrdiy and returned Monday. OS. I «-m invc a, tl, m " Cl F " Norris Sleele and family spent spent last i remainder of lIP TJ S f ° r lile ! Cliflord Burns and | Mrs IT.^H «„..„.. ^?.:' lclr tisltr - ! P ' lo visit MIS '• J. P. Alison, of the week. 666 is ;\ doctor's Prescription for Colds and Headaches IT IS THE MOST SPEKUi UKMEDY KNOWN. iilili ALSO IN TAHLKTS. WATKRS UOTKI, will serve a Turkey and Variety Veyclahle Dinner Tlmnksgivlug >Toon 75C Radio iMnsic •Orr aiid family and Miss | -- a , „, ^. Orr visited Harve Stock- arrive tomorrow mornm? T i and -family, Sunday. 'formerly lived in this n'y%r , *r. and Mrs. Frances Davis were I Mrs. Leonard w Il-li m n 'n- ' -£---:••£ shoppers Saturday. Uor them this afiernoon Edgar Davis was a business vis- Mrs. Wel.'li ro---" m ri i , itor at Blytfceville Saturday. I lhcr. W. S ll° tdor "1,,"" Ia : Mr.-aixt Mrs. Russell Galnes vis- ! tomorrow in Me-rii'iiJ Ited at Promise Land Sunday. 1 Mr and Mr . ''' ; Miss Jettie Tucker has returned ! indit'™ M -w J ' F: <-'''«03H to her home In FUUon. Miss after ™n ll 0 ,.?'!?.™ 1 ' cf J ^ k ™». Miss., spending three weeks here Viv and Mrs. Boyd Orr visitc<l 0.^6.- : Steele and family Monday. M^. Edgar Davis and Miss :*-. —-~- '•: H-ere guests of Mrs. Ol- will arrive Tl f " he LSj^ei,..tlie sUpb fruit crop of , the .British West Indian :' to the grotind \-]\r\\ the fafliercis have enls. the'trtis. 1 to\colltct the fruit und:r Mrs. w. „ ,.,-,. (011 , been In Mem;,:* V tvro"^* I y an old-fashiou- lianksgiving J)in- with a. i:i our ulcasnnt r yn'j will he ?urvcd cll'i- ;'.inl well, all ol' tl-,o<: Isinnctl tleliciicius tliai i! is ft'stive holidiiy' a ii! memory. HT for t^vo •• 8I..VO Cat i tcmoircvv to 'spond Thank;»iviii v:ith relatives. Earl Koontz of Springfield Mo will arrive this afternoon to visit Mrs. Koontz wlio is here for 'aii Courier News Want Ads. DtEvc in ant! | c t OP.C of our couTtcont aitcndanti drain oiii the .dirty, olJ, and worn out oil fro en youc motor'j [. llavelhlt done al rtsuUr, uhcnver \ou let the R!uc DE SQUARE. Slick toiliiiTijbitandmolor ttoublo diTorri tll Squnre'MolorOil due t Barnuloll absolute niolor ttrottction vndtr IcmfcralttTts both \tinter anil fm Datr.xlM jomowicrwnes. AlIE science of Petroleum Refining phis Barnsdall's 70 years pioneering has now produced the new BE SQUARE Stabilized Motor Oils that give perfect lubrication in all seasons of the year. Due to the ex| elusive Barnsdall Stabilization Process these oils afford the same motor protection in the sub-zero,temperatures of winter as they do in the intense heat of summer—o/A that have 100 per cent efficiency under any operating teinpcralnref. With BE SQUARE Stabilized Motor Oil you will no longer have the slightest delay in starting your car on thc coldest morning. UK Guiding Symbol of OVER JO ytAkS HOMEESIHG 5upc>.C>l tTHVL Dl SQUARE Gilolaw G;tuti uj Lutlkud * br Sutler* Ma:or Oil dots not thin •* cm rroic uiii:!in. „.(„ after ulrtmc /«.7.ffir i »i^!!is;r""" J '" ""• A Be S4iurr M*u Oil ii (,,e from all ~ *' n * or oinct flom/ul raarnioli that 5 ™^.'*' 1Tm ^ a !!J* ~0 years o/ rtfamx B< SqHare Motor OiJ — t* oricant jou ran tny. Sund,, Nigh: to \cfur Ji\cni( it;t:on. 9:30 u 10.OP P M Ce.-ml S:-.ndirt Tune, oici the Cc!t,-,i bit NctaocL fci r^.i SHE WOKL.D'S FI^ST REFINER

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