The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 10, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 10, 1930
Page 2
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PAGE TWO KI.YTIIEVILLR. (AHK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 10, Society Calendar Thursday The Unltqd Daughters of the Confederacy ts'ineetlvig at the home Of Mrs. M. Fltzslminons. Mrs. W. P. Veazey, Jr., is hostess to the. Young Matrons club. The Mid-week club .is meet-die with Mrs. A. Coiuvay. The Jewish Ladles Aid society Is meeting with Mrs. Walter,'Rosen- thai and Mrs. Anna We'nbcrg nt 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. R. P. Klrshner Is having the Thursday club, V, ;.. .Friday The altar.society-.of .the Church of the Immaculate Conception Is! having.a Lotto party at the social I hall iu the evening, ! Mrs. C. T.. Morris Is having the j Night Bridge "club. j Tlie -Dorcas Sunday school class of thg: First '• Baptist church is meeting at the home of Mrs. Frank Simmdhs for n. Christmas parly 'or; Mrs. A. C. Gablu, manage:: hn-J brought a lunch nr,:l Mrs. G. G. Sallba. manager; n. were served with popcoiu. F. D. Smith, physician; Mis! Eh.; Tiie final "period'' w:,.s :: Ayres, nagbciivcr; Graces—Mr., the dub meeting when Mr.-. Ben Hamner, F.illh; Miss Leiv.i Mcnard presided In a brief Sallbs, Unselfishness; Mrs. H. 1.. : nc-ss torsion. Copeland, Courage; Miss Anna Ma.- 1 , This meeting was intend::! f Sallba, Endurance; Miss Ulni Ha- Uba, Modesty; Mrs. J. H. Fisher, | drill captnln; Mrs. G. G. Sailba, juvenile director! The annual Chrh'.mns party v.lll be.held nt the meeting lm!l Monday .evcnlnn, December 2-'. Plans for this event und i h j election of officers were taken n;> at a meeting last evening. 'I •:i n-, i S'. 3. b-.isl- i clearer m-lsh 1 . c! parent; hi ' school -.voik anil member.; < i fnculty. i Lilmr) Club .Members I Hear the Kasl Diieusj-'L'tl. •• A prGgiam <:n "The EJSI" farms where examinations of swine were made. Jcc Carter of Memphis, assistant field manager of the. Mid-South Coltou Growers association, attended to business here yesterday, i H. G. Wlckham attended business in Kennett yesterday, F. P. Carter, of Clnclniial visiting his mother, Mrs. P. Carter sr. _.,.,, i Miss Elizabeth niyUie had as lur The diiuwlilcr of Mr. and Mrs. n. : gucsfs yesterday Mrs. Kathleen L. Matthews. Mrs. Briscoe is .1! Mlchle and son, Joe Marlon, of leave, Marler, with flight orders, will report aboard the U. 6. S. Lexington for duty at Han Pedro. Cal. He has just completed 12 years service in thc navy. Jack Chambllii, son ol Mr. and |Mrs. L. D. Chamblln. is 111 at tne family residence. thsss performed tlic ceremony at the! is I'.l home of the bride. uf Joncsboro high school! steele. attended Arkansas state c:;l'jr- I.iisr- und til college. The IjiideiM'oam is thc general agent of the Delta Archards CMII- ipany of Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Briscoe will bs at home at 130S South Main street, Jonesboio, aficr a honeymoon tri-j.! Holslon Robinson, of Little Rock Mr. and ' dismissed. M_iss Kathleen hrlgance tinj Mr. Cecil Warren, both ol Tyler, Mo., wert married here yesterday by the Hev. M. L. Robinson, of Huffman. j talr.ed liie members ol ill I :iry department, of U:e WHIUJII'S I club yi'fiirdny aficrnoon. Mr 1 . N. In. Menarct dl-;cuss3rt thc revolt In ! the desert and Mrs. Jam.'s 11. Brooks reviewed Lord nu;:.isniy'f: . play "Iu th3 Tents of the A'.abs." | The life of Mohammed was r:ven : by several numbers in brir: remarks and Betty Loi; Procter, ir. ] 'an unusually li-markable iin-.nnci-. Allliuk.i MI.] Oaufihler Horn. Mr. anil Mrs. Williard G. Logan, ol Cimitliersvlllc, announce Ihe birth of ii daughter last night ct thc Blytlu-vllle hospital. 'n le baby weighed U 1 , pounds. ChUdrm-lloiman. The marrlasc of Mrs. Ho:lt II::!- ' i elated the story of man and Mr. G. R. Children, bit.! ! the Forty Thieves with*, J.M. GUlesple and'Mr, t^h ^Uc^n'^ N^ "^ R. I. .Haley also as hostesses. I ham turformine ihp riwnmnv ' ''' ODllc;11 " nuj The'Fidclis Sunday school class l«"°™iLng We ceren.on>. cakc , om;(X| wllh Dipped tl ..^ of th'e First Baptist church Is. 1-arenU Attend and hoi chocolate to the nicsiibjjrs Biis of News Mostly Personal to haye a Christmas' party at the home :p£. Mrs. .Picas Seooy. Ihe men of the First Baptist ch-orc^ will have a /cllOMlilp banquet at the church at 7 o^clcck. „.•"„, ', Iiaa> ', The j Woman's auxiliary of the! First Presbyterian church will haye ' a Christmas prograin at the churc'n at 4:30 o'clock. ' ' • ' ' p t.. A , Callierlii'. dlxty mothers and -fathers of s tu(fems ln thc Jl:nlol , H , Bll Bcln=1 ., fnl to 6choo ,,, |au evcl £ JH ond one (guest, Mrs. Marsh M. Cali laway. - ,. sponsored by the Parent-; I fe'aclie-r assoclnlion of that scliool. | For the assembly psrlod lyinicers 01 tne lucsnqy. .gmu Charles Martin .ryid Mrs'.;W.| Ictaughan fop (M ftisultl v7e.?k-. n\ract game. '• Hosiery went to , 1'ounj People Have Xmas Tarty Th? Ycung People Departpient of the First Baptist church-'IrSd Its nunual Yuletlde parly last evening, nt the church, which was attended by 60. ... • Mr. and Mrs.. John B Lane, Mj't. E. E. -Alexander and the Rev. Al- 'rcd S. Harwell assisted in the games, nnd in serving "of delicious refreshments. Take Test on ! ' Mission 6(M)k Meinbers pj Ihe.- .woman's missionary society, of the Sxcnd Baptist ch\irch took tests Monday aft- cinooii cn the mission book recently studied.; Tbe nine members nnd three'visitors" wcro 1 . guest:, of Mrs. Jack; Marsh. 1 : • • • Mrs'. Leslie. Moore, was leader .of a brief program which supplement- id the tests. Plans.werj.formulat- ed for the annual. Christmas pro- Cranv. , His Clufr Party. i Mrii' W. Leon Smith was hostess to members of the Tuesday, r.nd Ciiarles A. Mcti jy couUact ga Mrs. Harrj' Kirby for club honors ! and the. guest award; a handker-1 chief, was wpn by Mrs. McCiiuglinn. Delicious"refreshme'rtL'; were served. : Club and Gireels- Have Quail Supper- ,. Members of the Tiies'day Dinner club \y;re Mrs. W. D. Chambllh's . guests-'last,.evening when she also] day Bridge' club, MesdnmcV ; 'M. A. Isaars, W. Lwh 'Smith, C.-R. Bab--j rocS','Hunter C. Sims, J. Nicki r Thomas,. HarjT. Kirby and - Floyd I Whim and ancthe'r guest! " Mrs. "• Marvin Rcbijlson. ' '.." An appjtiiing quail supper was served al small dinner tables ur- ranged in three room:, with patted plants used for flowers. In the bridge games Mrs. R. C. Dent, jr., won club prize nnd Mrs. W. Leon Smith, guest prize.. Both received dooblp decks cf Ipards In leather cases- ' ' ^ Senior High r. T. A. Mccls "Gift" Giving", .n'as tjic (H«me ol the Rev. A.iS: Harwell's luldr'eis before the f.?nior high school Parent- Teacher.association.Tucsdiiy- afternoon. Other numbers included the story of the Three Wise Men as tcld by 'Miss, Mary. Cummbigs and two violin •colcc.Uons "by Woodrow Fisher .accompanied by Miss Margaret Merrilt. • Mrs. T. 1 E Ttatc of Armorcl, president of. the. county c'omicil cf P. T. A.'s, presented the tuberculosis seal caup.and the' group voted to purchase a 5" health bond. It w'4s| ah'o : y'oled .tu. assist thr Girls Athletic "nssociaticn • iu the anival banqiiet .for':" the football boys. ;'•"'' '" '• '• Music Ciiib. Has ' '.- -. ' . ! ' Study cf.iiethcvcn .'. •;•; i A stq'dyVpr Beethoven liiade up' tha program of the- Junior Music, chib sfhrerf met at Miss Margaret- [ Merrill's;.'jludi-, Tuesday sftcmcon. j Miu; LornsT Wilson gave an nc-; count of the works o' this, composer and a history of-Ills life, was discussed by Miss Lcuise D5b- j j-ns. • • '' I Mur.:al . numbers inciud'ed ths , first movenrtnt of ••Moonlight Son- | nta" by Miss Virginia Terry; "Fur j Elise".,by Miss Virginia Martin and \ the Erst movement-cf tlie "Palae- | tio.ue Sonata" by Miss Virginia Tpmpkins." AnnauRcemnils have hr-en received here ul the marriage of Miis , Am mil Klulne Matthews, of Jones- Mrs. ' boro, nnd Mr. W. R. Bilsec? <:f Gecrgc Lange entertained the croup ; Waco, Texas, which took place in with two original poems. Classes, i Jcnesbsio Saturday evtnlii-,' Trn of 15 minutes duration, were con- : bride, who lived Iu this c!iy for a number of years before moving to Joncsboro, is well known thi-u-li- tlielr boys and girls, Girl and Boy jout Mils section as a musician, hav- In finding Ing won numerous honors in voice. ducted-by-various Instructors with' thc -parents using the schedule ol I Scou!s;nctcd as guides the classes. For the lunch hour cadi family Tiie Rev. A. A. Walker, pastor of the Jonesboro Christian i-lu:rch hen you jmt tin t i" fr ttvz e i as ij n n r i* tnii fitvf put SOCONY in Pal O' has as his eue'l Con way Prllchclt, of Monroe, La who will be here until Friday. Or. J. H. Bnx. of Little Rod- state veterinarian, spent yesterday Mississippi county. Accompan- H'd ny J. U. Cri!/, coiinly agrlcui- lin al agent, he visited sevcro! 1s visiting his parents, Mrs. Clyde Rubiuson. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Bollard spent yesterday In Memphis. W, M. Scruggs, who went to Memphis Saturday, returned Tuesday. O. Bhonyo was a business visitor In Osceola Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil.Lo»-c and the Rev. E. K. Latliner arc In Memphis today. B. A. Lynch, vice preisdent o! the Arkansas Hankers association, Is In Little Rock today for n meeting of the executive council of this association for the purpose of fixing the dates and places of mee:- > lugs of Ihe seven groups prcpara- lory to tlie annual convention in A iirll or May. Miss Bess Hall, Mrs. H. G. Wickham und Mrs. A. G. Hall were called to -New Madrid, Mo., last night because of the critical Illness of their mint, Mrs. H. E. Fontaine. Charles D. Mar.ier, aviation machinist mate, 1st class, United E-.atcs Navy, luis arrived here to .'Cend thc holidays with his moth- t-i-, Mrs. W. A. Marler, 005 Franklin street. At the expiration of his Hospital Notes Patients admitted lo the Blythe- vllle hospital: Mrs. Minnie Arnold dty; Mrs. H. J. Klelndlcnst. city; Joe Buchanan, Caruthersvllle. Bar- I i ney Pankey, Darling, MISS., was i group, made up ol members c-f the Boys and Girls 4H club, Is pta- nlng for an active year with a number or the boys taking a special Interest In dairying. Big Ben, the clock In t'~v low of the British House of Parliim: was named for Sir Benjamin Ha).,' commissioner of works In LondDii iln 1858. QUIT NO FAKE SALE OJficers Elected by Yarbro Booster Club GOING OUT OF Thursday, Dec. 11th, HUSINESS. Beginnini,' on selling every dollars worth The Auspicious 13-ostcr club of: the Yarbro school has been.' reorganized and the followine officers | elected: Pauline • Neal, president; ] Mildred Bunch, vice preiident; 1 Trecy Sanders,' secretary; Lorena Wilson, treasurer. - . There are 14 members. This 11 ~i Leg Fainsi Tf Getting Up Nights, imcttactie,' frcaiioat day calls, Is's Paliis, Ncrv-' ousiic:~i*j j or liurnliic 1 ! due to fnncHon- al Bludder Irritallon, in acid f-onrtl- ttons, makes you feel tlrod.doprcsacd and fh-jcouragoJ, try tho Cyst ex Tost. Worka faat. otarta clrculatkifr thru. Ihe system in IS inJhute!?. Pralged by; thouaandB for rapid und po*U!vc ac-' tlon. Don't give up. Try Cystex (pro- noniiri'il S!s."-i-tcs> today, under the Iron-OHd Gunruntco. Muat quickly ft 1 lay theao coiidttloiis, improve leal-. f»il flle-^p and crorsy, or jroney buck.! Only GOc at Kirby Drus Co. of finality merchandise: for 50c. Everything \'i the regular price. You ulriTuly know tlie nigr- grade and quality as well as regular prices tiii.J merchandise has sold for. 'No mark-up and marlt-down sale prices. No sheJi'-\V6rn and uut-of-tlate mtrchandise, no clo?al doors to rearrange or change prices. Just quilling <o cut down expenses. Stock of merchandise includes Hats, DITSSCJ, Lingerie, Costume Jewelry, Genuine Steer Hide, Fancy Laced, Hand Tooled Leather Purses, [''ancy Imported I'urscs, Mesh Bags and Compacts, Ladies' and Mens' Hose, Shirts, Neck Ties and other numerous Christmas Gift Goods. Mrs* I. E. Parkhurst Located in Parkliurst & Marsh Ka-Jio and Music Store. 105 C. Main St. 3 Doors West of Poslcflicc The BOOTERY'S Thursday, December llth Due to conditions beyond our control we are moving our Semi-Annual Clearance Sale ahead one month. It has been our custom to hold this sale i n January each year but this year we come to you with the largest stock in our history at greatly red need prices and one month earlier than you had expected. Complete your shoe wardrobe now while you can effect genuine savings. 11 Values' Black and Brown Suedes Black and Brown Kid Rajah Lizards yv ^ ntnincnl it ^^nr[^ lu gel vc.-il | ', prcc;nilion IclU ? ;»i In put I :ili-oliol ur some spori;:! :inl[-frrc/.o j sululimi in )-our r:nlinli>i- li> keep il fl-nni freezing, \\hat nl.'iiii! tlio iiil i:i llib mo«t lilnl pnrl of Muir mtildrV , Orditinry inolor oil*- ln-i-imie t.lnj-iri^li j and T^crc *lifi" i^'hcii 111," llirrnminrter Isovcri:- ::romul -Tcm. /Irs,-://: lt:e umlor . !•. l-.nril In Him iivcr, nnii?iv:<:irj slr.iin j^ri . . . ilic- Iiiiltcri i- r.-.IiniMcd i llirun;li prolonsccl ^larlinl:. \\ illi ihc ncu- ^nriMij- in \nnr rrank- - cniC. tiling >tvc (liiicrcnt. ^i»u ^lfj^ tin Ihe tturlcr auil jt>»r :uy'.,,r turn-, »ivcr ' inslanlly . . • ih's nrv nv.lm- oil (loos I'rci-ly unil IiiliriciiUT. Jl -::vo: Yiun mnlor dtirsn'l l;:l>or . . . ?tmr IJ.IUCTV isn't run do^iil, forcing frn/rn nil into circulation. All Ne& Patterns Straps « Pumps Sport Ties Arch Preservers Foot Friends Sales _ Strictly Cash yi;-.t:.;^i . . - .,-j. Ladies and Groining Girls Pumps -- Straps Sport Oxfords Pumps, Straps and S|iort Ox- fovds, in all leathers. Palunl ami Brown Kid Pumps, Two- tone sport oxfords . $6 and $6.85 Values M 4 E Clulh; Ileuls. r .50to$9Values« lilack jiiul Brown. Kid, IMuu Kid aw \ [Slack Faillu ** ['ump.s iiiul Strnp I'aUems, ,Ir. Span and Higii Special Showing of \ Daniel Green House Slippers 10% DISCOUNT \Vlisu 50:: put roilialor, liy .ill tn^:i SOCO.NV in jour iU'Tfccrr m >»nc :vt::t iiiTu-t lo pui M.VGNOMA ri.T!UlM-A M COMPANY $12,50 Edwin Clapp $9.95 $1150 Nunn & Bush Kid High Shoes $8.95 $10.00 Nunn & Bush Oxfords $7.95 ' and OXFORD: $8.50 Nunn & Bush ^Holland Oxfords $6.35 $7.50 Freeman's Young Men Oxfords $4.95 $5.0(1 Freeman's Young Men Oxfords $3.95 W"-\(\ -.-.,_ Ncijlibors Elect' Officers. Officers of the Royal Kcightars for the coining years are: M--. .T. H. Hshef, oracle; Mrs. C. G. Imw, vice oracle; Mrs. C. M.I Massey. i chancellor; Mrs. J. B. Foster, past ' oracle; Mrs. H. U. Ogle, recorder; . Mrs. Jim Burns, receiver; Mrs. Arch Lindsay, marshal: Mrs. Her- j Inan-W^rjcle,' assistant uuishal: ; Miss Martha..Copclaud. inu;i--s:u- I tine); MLss Lt.clie Saiiba. cuter- i sentinel; Mrs. D. L. Boyd, HILIUJ- i DE^AXED.... PARAFFiNE BASE POURS AT ZERO <f**^ T \j i **s r* 3bc a •**> MAGNOUA STATIONS AND DEALERS THROUGHOUT THE SOUTHVI'L.; No Approvals JVo Lay A ways All Sales Strictly Cash

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