The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 5, 1930
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1930' Society 'Calendar •' .- >.•; :*-,- , .Sat unlay Tbs woman's .club ivlll have Ilk 'executive board 'meeting end lunch- •ean at the-,!cl\ib, at .12:30 o'clock.' •Me'mberj'of the Children of Lie Coiifederac-y will meet at Die home Of Miss Thelrna 'Worthlnjton -HI 3:3l)..o'cloclc. when magazines will | te'trought.for shut-tus, j Flying in Fashion Given Shower Members of tlip. Bproan. Sundaf tchcoi class of the 'Hrst"' Prosby-. terlan cXurc)) surprised Sjrs. R. N .Farrar wilh'.'a shower. liarCy Wed-' n'esday •af,leriioon;'Mjrs 1 ..r\irpir, .who nfls^ r'ecsritty relurhc,d frqni. q Tt^as ^jfiaUarrOpi is/c'onv&les'drix' phd the ylftt[l i>resji\led '., were' appropriate tori-one .wbjo. is ill;' 1 IS'ladie-Ji : The: IS'iadie-J 6peiiV''ii'delightful | "afterno-n nt Ihc Parrny home nh'.l i later.,!Jto.. J, D, .McDowell scn'ed- dainty .'refr'eaMn'en'ts,'" . ] •''" '' ' Girl Scout . ' : , "'I Troop Formtil < A second .troop of Girl Scouts liaf bean fcrnied In the senior high scl>ool:with : Mk6-Francos Miller as leader^ In this gtoiip these,.officers : ^tlll serve: • Margaret'Braver,- chjilfsRh; -Sara'Jo Little, vice " ' n; Martha Lea> Hall, spc- Elizabeth Burnette, re\ Anna Mac Jones, treasurer, lift of.. honor _vlll ;be held Iriday for the first tinif. ..J'. ' ' * Tl HJ£V* Box Supper • - •Tiifft will-bS'an old fashioned box sfopcr at the Lake. Street Methddjst cjiurch this eyt-nlng. 1:30 o'cjotjV," sponsored by the Epvorlh League? Proceeds frrm the boxes to be Eol'd will pay for the concrete steps just r-'cpmplelca for the church building. '•'.*, • * • Clib EhtcrfaincaV Merhocrs of the Young Matrons Bridge club, Mdsdames Tom Ncal SlnVp.^pn}-T.,Gj.Seal-find.W..M. Me: Caughan were' guests pi Mrs. C'ha's. • .wllle Thursday afternoon for -a brffige party ,v,.i/wi . •'>' ' • '. '.- It was- a iCJnclstiuas •affair with thg yuletide""nbt'e predominating wffii a Christinas tree completely decorated with the. prizes,., appro:' prUtely wrapped and t left'.with hol- . ly^sprays, at Its base. Red and '.' green tapers were used "4nd for re fr$$hments f'ne.-'chicken; and' plhc ap£le: salad, sweet sandwiches, rel- ist and coffee was.-served on green pigtes. '.'.:.. - ' •• :• . placque went to Mrs. C. K. At- Bits of News Mostly Personal FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY For sweet • chti'rlty's sake, Miss Dorothy Fell, daughter of Mrs. Ogden Mills, Is ft innnhlkln In New York's Prosperity Shop supper dr.uce, wearing the,. Idlest fashion in (lying togs which Is an over.frock nnd cont ensemble, of natural colored chamois. Tho overfrock has a 2lppcr closing and slips on over a hunter's ercen Jersey dress with tcart of the green monogrammcd In a medallion - of the cliamol liic llltle berel lets down its sides to become a flying costume _is equally good for winter sports, tramping. the chamois, helmet. Tills especially motoring or First Methodist cliurch will have an important meeting tonight at- the home of Mrs. Snllte Hubler at 1:30 o'clock. Will Entertain • Mrs. Jack Gnrrlgan is having tlie Night Bridge club tonight especially complimenting her houseguesl, •Herbert .0, .SinUli-.Yanla,. at ' ~,lis5, . -<V/.' ' -.' 1 . Tifcijlp -'and '' ilarry Kirby' '"we're . gii»sts','of:Jrrs. Everett B. Ocs yes- tejila#y,when site was also hostess • toilhe'.Thursday Luncheon club. Bedberrles ns centerpieces for the; small luncheon tables made a Cfttislmas' note also seen'in the ' appetizing three course menu scrv- edrf c~' •: - §j;"th'e contract bridge played Mis*.; :Ros5" D. Hughes won a brass ,_asft j -,tray'-for club high and guest "'~hi(fi'"prize, Godey prints, went t= Mni-'C'/ R. Babcock. . ~;, •".,'»»* His-Rook Club. i '; NLrsV .T. .J. Crowder was hostess." to'lhembers of the Thursday Rook chjV arid three guests, Mesclames M".G.'.Goodwin, \V. S. L&ngdon awj T. Hi Haynes for an afternoon offrook" 'yesterday. .•• f '- .Date~;lobf with: whipped cream i. ...and coffee refreshed the players. •5-. ;\ .-. i * * ' Erjfp'rtajhs for Guest. Mre/pscar Trice, of Helena, was | tnjr guest' o! honor at the weekly party b'f'Vlhe Mid-Wcek Bridge club Thj^rsday.^yhcn Mrs. J. Louis Cher- ry2va&''j^nsless. She is Mrs. Cherry? -Ijoliseguest for several 'days. Other- guests included Mrs..Chas. H.'.4i|rthar of Fort Wayne',' Ind., Mij.-'.p;. -T, Morris. Mrs. Jack Hornet--and',-Mrs. Charles Martin. Thei.threc small luncheon tables ha{ for their centerpieces roses, tulips nnd silk grass arranged in win- teryjouquets. JBler.Hhe two course menu, scrv- ediSt one o'clock, bridge was played.'Mrs. M. O. Usrey won the club prijie, Mrs. Charles Martin Uie guest 'and Mrs. Trice received- a were . her '•Br'J6l!c's giic'sts Insl-cvs- Oic&ola Society—Personal Mrs 1 . D. S., Lancy was hostess to members of tlie two bridge clubs to which she belongs, entertaining with n buffet supper at her home " " J. H. Humphreys, who was seriously Injured several weeks .ago wlu-n t'.u- fell from a rocf, Is i:ov; improving. Ml.n Jennie Crowder of Mem- phir, wiic has been visiting her! mother, Mrs. T. J. Crowder,' for a week, Is returning .to Memphis to- mrrrow. A Conway is expected to return .oday from Lltl!c Reck where lie! has l:;en attending to bublness. j Mrs. Herbert "O. Rmltli-Vanlz.'cf- Cnnton, Miss., arrived latt night toj be the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jock nnd Mr. and MLS. J. Louis' Cherry. S'ue Is Mrs. Ciierry's nlrcu.! Favnswnrlh Black, A. M. Butt I nnd W. A. Black attended to bus-! Iness in Mcmi>hls yeslerday. ; Miss Belle Whllsllt siKMit yesterday in Parncould. Mr. and Mrs. L. L-. Ward are In! Memphis today. ' : Mrs. J. T. Roberti has returned i from several days spent In Mem-1 l*'s , . I.Irs. Dixie Cravyford was in. Steelc yesterday for'the. funeral cf: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson. W. M. Scruggs will go to Mem-. phis tcmorrow for the weekend. j Mrs. Martin Worthy, of Market! I Tree, Is expected to arrive this| afternoon for several days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch; i Tom Little attended to business' in Memphis the first of the week. ' Herman Turnage and Carl Davis; were visitors in Steels yesterday! evening. Lout:, Greene Is 111 today at his home on Hcnrn street- A. G. Little, T. J. Mohan ant 1 Joe Isaacs transacted business in Memphis yesterday. Roacoj Craflon will go U> Springfield, Mo., tomorrow for a biief business trip. Neill Purycar, of Jone.'.boro, Is a business visitor In the city- today.! Mr- nnd Mrs. Izzy Thomas ai'.d. daughter are In Wyckliffe, K'y., for i Eevoral days stay.- I Miss Alice May Cannon lias ;u:-! ceedj,-d in t-ecuring her admission In • the Ifc-mphls Methodist- Hospital K • a student nurse and will leave i:;'| tbere on January 'M. Friends cfj Miss Cannon wish for her . th:« greatest of success in iier under-;; taking. i Mr. and Mr;'. J. R- Anderson are leaving tomorrow for Mintcr City, Mks., wliere they will make tlieir. home. They came here frcm Hint- GRAPE FRUIT AIN Best, Ib. 2 Texas Sweet Euch found 2c Spanish or Red Pound 3c urn Size, Doz. Great Northern 4 <2» a* 2 Pounds JL«3C 24-Lb. Sack 55 e PORK& BEANS 3 Cans Pound Pride of Illinois 2 Cans STRING BEANS No. 2 Can 3 Minute or G. M. 3 Dozen QO.AP Crystal White or P. & G. OViir 10 liars PEACHES Evaporated Pound . n lug for a parly in celebration of her 12lh birthday. Appropriate games amuseit the boys nnd girls j after the interesting assortment, of ' gilts had been opened. A birthday cake, with pink tapers, was served with, ice cream by the hostess 1 mother, Mrs. Ernest Dcaette. - Lmora Society—Personal town 11 years ngo ii Vjlijc'Mr!' An'dersOh-' -Tno- receiving rooms-of her hoimj 'Mi Qiiinii Ave. • were festive with Christmas decorations, which also (unamcntcd tally cards and favors, and tall red tapers glowed softly from vantage iroints about • (he house. Cc n I met bridge was enjoyed throughout the evening hurt high score chib prices were award-1 rri Mrs. Hale Jnckson and ^s. A. \V. Bowen: Mrs. Coleman won high score guest prize. • * • C. N. Price, U. S. I nncy, Abncr Driver Jr, and A. G. Brickcy re- lumed last night from Jonesbcro. where . they have been attending federal court. ' APPLES Evaporated i'ound PEARS Libbys No. 21/ 2 Can .•The women of the Luxora Baptist missionary socjciy observed, the week of prayer for foreinn missions with special services Monday, Tuesday nnd Wednesday afternoon. These numbers were heard Monday: talks "Fur Love's Sake" nnd "'Ihe Love of Our Pcllownnn," Mrs. D. Richards: -prayer, Mrs. S. J. Smith; song "Why Should He Love Me So?" Mrs. B. O. Wilkins; prayer, Mrs. C. B. Wood. Tuesday: leader, Mrs. C, B. Wasd; "The History.of the First Lottie MODI: Lcvc Offerlngi"'; Mrs. B. D. \\\\- kins; talk "Speed the Me;s3ge." Mrr.. Charles Cochron; "3ix Ke.i- sons Why Missionaries Should Be Sent," Mrs. Walter Danton; D:vo- tLonal, Mrs. S. J. Smith: talk "Love Seeking a W:iy," Mrs. C. B. Woxl; pr.iyer, Mrs. Jchn Cockron; -talk, "The Recepticn for a Missionary's Return." Mrs. Maknm Forest. We'n- ncsday. talk, "\V. "M. U. Work in Foreign Fields," Mrs. D. Hiehnrds; talk. "Only One Reason." Mrs. C. B: Wood; ."Loves'. Tho:i Me?" Mrs. Ray Graham; prayer, Mrs. S. J Smith. •-• • •. : -. , the Kill Care club last ! ,, , * cvetting at'the Woman's ch:b when i Alvi " Wunrlerlirk nnd fon spont thge guests attended? Miss .Dollie Wednesday nj Mempliif.- Goswich .o'J Luxora and James O. I "c^ames CSnrfnc-f Vollmer and Coston of OscMla. Mf. ant) Mrs I William-.Wunderllck of •H'.ylhovillc . Max B.-Reid. Mr. and Mrs. W. C.. Kere Snesls cf Mrs. M. C. Cook Higgjnson, Mr. and Mrs. W.' P. w ™Wdny. Veteey ]r.- ATter the delicious menu served •gift;' '•' .. e Sapper Dance. f stopper dance was' enjoyed by The K;aipa Alpha Christmas utio given In Mie club rooms at the Courthouse here Wednesday evening was attended by numbers of cut of town eue.sts, including Virgil Fisher, Rtndel Stevens. Paul Buckley and Mr. Yn!rs of Blylhc- Vlle. 1 Ware Watson, prcnlent, of the' Kappa Alplm chapter of Joncstoro wn.: among the snes'.s accompanied ! by the following Jtncrtoro boys find girls: Mlssc.1 Elizabeth Chan-J- ler, Evalyn Paliersoii. Helen John-' son, Catherine Pi'.tinser. Ellzabrihl Hcrk::'.iire. Bettic Dirtey nnd Vir- j glnta Watson, Gussie Floyd. Frank | ngo and since tlut his' : -been 'cp*i r erfttin; the Cloar fnrin east of (lie city. Henry Humphreys is-, a b'.i-iness' visitor in Memphi:i,Ijoday. ' : Charles Part low spent yesterday! in Jonesboro I II. Highflll I;as gone to Cltarlej-j ten, Mo. tcday on buslnc.-s. Mr; 1 . Kenneth Morrirt reUuiie:!,,.. her hcme in Maiden,^fo., todaj utter n week's stay here. Kcr brother, Bsn >yhlte, niolorcd her i home. I Mnryin Chnpixjlle is attending to v 1 business in Kcnnett today. ^tr. and Mrs. Charles Criggcr Jr., were in Memphis flfesterday icr the, day. Milton Crnft of Mumphls, cf the C-'inpm;m-Dc'.\ey Lximbti company, attended tc- business' here the first of the Week. ' • ! O C. Harbcrt has returned to Memphis after two days stay with Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gocch. S. J. Cohen, who has .been iu Jefferson City, Mo., for a week on businers. returned last night. Dr. A. M. Washburn is attending t- business In Osceola this afternoon. . - - ' : .APRICOTS Libbys Can 25c I KIDNEY BEANS Joan of Arc No. 2 Can Canova, Sunny Brook Deans and Maxweil Hoire Pound 34c Full Count 3 Uoxes ASPARAGUS Libbys Picnic Can C N 7 ew South Gallon C«n TUNA FISH While Star din 24c "•• 31/! C " 2Sc i GOLD DUST I'owder Large I'kg. 24 Pound Sack Fern Leaf 24 Pound Sack Uncle Ned Per Sack HUNTS WITH now AUSTIN. Tex'. (UP)—Huge Yan- lls Is hunting deer in Texas with bow and arrow. "Indians used to shoot them lhat way. Why shouldn't I?" he asks. His first bow and arrow hunt, has been unsuccessful,but not through fault of weapon' an and Chas. Lilly. Member:) of the S:':mn Phi fraternity cf Memphis who attended j or ,,],„ He dl(in - t Rc . KiuUn rangc Included Chas. Peoples, Uoync j o[ a two-point buck. Ynntis expects to make several more attempts this ih tuffet fashion, \vitli each' of tli; ladies .preparing' \ dish, dancing I Ml5 f- a ' vc B " r ~ . . . - . _ • s> l™p'--ii»-Ar«-f-n Mr. nnd Mrs. n. \v. Thival were Osceola v:si;c: ; - We:incs-day. Mrs.. Collier ana ;^n ol Sliaw. , t .*. s;. . , 'was" enjoyed v.ith mujic by Jimmle mc "• Mts - T - J Boj-d's orchestra. L- ' '' a " ;l c! Mrs CDllicr's Burke. Boyd's orchestra. " ! t-, MrS ' • O] ' 1 ^ a " ;l Vi'.i»t!dmiirht:r. There' were 22 present. - ! EII ? I ° £ '!- :I n.« is „[ j> At ^ fcnn.. • • ' • I vvpr c Luxora visitors \Vcdn;sdiv. Cli*Mak» Gifts. 'lAexptertsive Christmas silts \ven Luxora visitors Miss Elizabeth wii: remain here and continue her school work in llie made by 'members of the Perry Wo- LllKKa !!i sh school. ma&'s club at a nimeetiiig in that i coMmunity Thursday afternoon, attended by.Miss Cora Lee C3!?ni2". . county• home demonstration agciii . •' . IB-connection with this gather-1 nislif'vd .- -Ing^.J.- E. Crltz, agricultural agent, jpit,-)!. - conferred' with members of t r c | -Eoyi'-aiid'Olrls 4-H club regarding studciv the'cfiming election of officers next through' ••.•-*««-•: . '- ' earned : Hospital Notes _ . , t ___ c Eid-i^s Vi-ili ul iri- -i n- :,',,', °- lh? B '>' ; "'-» 0 "<«- Mitchell, Homy JJ.-IBII, H.ury Stecle, Buy B.:yer aiid Mr. Hawley.! MLs liocts Eltcr of Tiirrcll. who is! the house eu:st of Mjy> Spencer j Buck, was among the jtnests oli'.cr;! were Miss IVrclhy Oidcrn - cf Wilson. Lylc WiUinms of Tru-, maun, Wm. A1c\r.!idcr of We-: Memphis, and Andicw Vail of Memphis Music for the cicnins was tu;-- nlshed by Nate Ev;m:. orchestra il Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. B-,u B.nlor cnlc- taincd the Osceala-Luxora Fu-Hundred club to which they b: lonfct their ho:no l:erc U): I <v- jiing. Mr. and Mrs. iicland Grc,-i! cf Blytheville were asnons ;'-.o members who r.t'cr.dod and r.i:o-:s besides the chib members includ-.d Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pigs. Mr nna Mrs. Stanley Carpenter, and !.r;: : .: scason , He „ arch , nstnctor at lhc u nLvcrsit v of Texas. Owa'.tnry. c.f Ofceola and J. M. Wilson of Memphis. A delicious solnd cour. o was seivcd following the game and high score prizes were awarded Mrs. Behrens nnd Mrs. Godfrey White, Russell Bowen and H. A: Uelirens. Mrs. F. P. Travis entertained the fciir table bridge club to winch she liol::ig.«. nt lier -ho:nr here jest clay afternoon. Besides thr club members Mrs. W. .t. Shr-d.ian was a guest. Delicio',:^ refro>!:tnen!s were served fcllowing the gnme "nil high scovc pri^e \va^ nvrarded Mrs. Guy Bryant Mrs. Jchn Ed- ringtcn cut consolation. PICKLES Home Style li-Oz. Uottlc ISc CfTf'AD • Confectioner's or Urown 2 Pkgs. KOSHER SAUSAGE Pound SAUERKRAUT 0. M. Large Can lie CATSUP Buechnut 13-Oz. Bottle 23- DRESSED HENS AND FRYERS or Round Pound 22 l SAUSAGE Country 1'ork I'otuwl lOc I LAMB SHOULDER Vcry fs 22i CHEESE Philadelphia Cream Package VEAL ROAST Lb. 17Vic Stew, Pound fi. 2 ' OYSTERS Extra >Sclect Pint 39c I HAMS Shttnklcss Picnic Pouiul Read Courier News want .i-.u 7 Sliced, Ib. 29c ' «'««<?.. of Edtication i uutcd -: ullltca ' ' ' .. - the state* FREE PRCCTOLOGY CLINIC All rectal diseases i:c IICKmvrJ'.nicis (Piles). Anal fissm 1-5. Ulcers, etc.. examined ni-.rt \:-:,itocl without charge. This treatment is non.sur^irnl ;:IK-! dn.-s not confine one to t:i-.'ir bed. Clinic hours each Wc.-i-.x-day from 1:00 Varicose Vein cases wi'.i ,o.-o ii: accepted and to :i:00 treated. P. M. . DRS. NIKS & NIES 514 Main pi M m t oiling, Ib.

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