The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 18, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 18, 1930
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PAGE TWO BIATHKV1I,LR, (AUK.) COUR1KR NEWS •MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 1030: Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News En!«rl»iBs-for Guests. • Loulf '^aics complimented his ' housegwlSj Misses Rose Samuels ,and DfiriHhy Stem, Sam and .Irvin Kugitpi/Of Cn|>e Glrardcau, and MlsseafilFTOla Weitzman and Freda Ubenpjtn," of St. Louis, with an ../-imprdinptu party last evening. ' \ The 25 guests, Including Morris JNichcl?, B;nnle Nichols, Hyman I Weluberg, Miss Freda Nichols, of \Osceola, 'and Charles Gross, ot Memphis, enjoyed dancing from nine unUl eleven o'clock v.'llh Miss Jessalyn Payne at the piano. Feature numbers of voice selections by Billie Trotter added lo the program arid, in intermission, a delicious Ice 1 course was served. o . • « • Honored. Mrs, Dixie Crawford Is entertaining with a bridge parly Tuesday afternoon complimenting Mrs. Rl- ley B. Jones who wns before her recent marriage, Miss Wcymuth Maureen Card of Wilson. The affair is being given at the Crawford home on Kentucky ave. She's Prettiest at Florida U. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worthlnglon and daughter, Miss Tlielmn. left this morning for a two weeks vacation to be spent In points of Arkansas and Oklahoma. -Miss Vivian Dillahunly has returned from Little Rock wlicre she was the guest ot John R. Rlggs nnd Ills parents while attending several fraternity dances. Nathan Weinbcrg and Joe Clay Young, of Osceola, were in the cily Sunday. 1 Charles Gross of Memphis was the guest of Miss Pauline Sunday. Wa'lbcn Prcwilt jr., of Osceola, visited friends here Sunday. Sam 'Wells, of Cape Oirardcau, who was formerly employed al Bertig's here, spent Sunday in the cily. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Smith have rclurncd from Covlnglon anil Brighton, Tcnn. They spent turcc days at Covinglon and motored over to Brighton for the old soldiers' reunion held there Sunday. Dim H. Smith, ot Yarbro, is visiting liis brother, W. H. Smith, at Covlngton, Tcnn., this week. Mrs. Zeph O'Brien has rclurncd from Dexter, Mo., where she attended to business concerning her farm there. . Mrs.' Percy Smith, whose tinkle \VBS injured when she. fell down the church steps Sunday morning, libeller today. She will be unable t&'walk without support, for sev- etaT weeks. iMr. and Mrs. Paul H. Rosenthal and. son, Paul jr., have returned from a two weeks vacation spent irt' Chicago, Rockford nnd St. Louis. They were accompanied by Mrs Hosenthal's mother, Mrs. Morris Silversteln, who Is no-,v at her home iij'^t. Louis alter an extended visit here. •>rfr. nnd Mrs. Robert Smart, of Richmond, Va., arrived yeslerdaj fjf'.a month's visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Ferguson; and Mr. and Mrs. James H. Sjjvirl. Mr. Smart is an Instructor at.the University of Richmond. Be- fwD their marriage a year ago, Mrs! Smart was Miss Eleanor Fer- vCC HEARD?- 3 if yon believe in preparedness, there Is un able autumn helper on Hi markel In the form of a wire I bnsltel that holes securely all the : fallen leaves heaped Into it. j It Is made lo fil onto a wheel| bnirow and saves time and temper by making sine leaves once hnk- ; cd up will nol have lo be raked uj , nii.iln, if a good stiff autiinn breeze blows up jusl us you slarl loward ihe bonthe wilh your load. Summer Fashions Burst Into Full Bloom Of Flowery Printed Frocks At Saratoga ' Hospital Notes ! Patients admitted to the Blylhc- I ville hospital: Mrs. Leonard Llm- I baiieli, Carulhersville; Nolen Young •' city; C. ID. Bnulford. Holland. Mo 'Those dismissed: Miss Eilen Jua' nllii White, Slcclc, Mo.: Mri John Brock, city; Mrs. Tommlc Moore city. \Vlih clmimtiiK Mips Wnuilellfc Tucker, nlwvc. nf Gainesville. FI.i. nn the cnmiiiis. flmlenls :il tile Un1vprn!ty of yiorlrto K'.inmier Sclionl dcm'l v feel uo lin<l]y nliniil linrttii! td nlleml rlnssr? In vn,-.iticn time. So j they've cliosru Wnmkllo the "moal lifaulldil'tHir nl the school. from. Little Dock where lie was employed several months. Mr. ami Mrs. Urncsl Roe and daughters. Mary Sue nml nelly L?e. have relumed fvom a two weeks visit in Lake Villiiyc, Ark. Mr. nnd Mrs. l/./y ThoinasMiav; as Ltieir guests. Mr. Thomas' inc'.li- er, Mrs. A. D. Thomas, of Wlc-c- lille, Ky. Miss Bess Kail and Mrs. II. d. Wlcktmin Imc gone ID St. Louis where they will spend a week purchasing lall and winter stock for the Hall Sisters Sliopu?. ana 1 Mrs. J. D. Craig have . relumed lo their home In Waterproof. La., after • two weeks sta in SI. Louis. Mi>s Bass continue;! ! the journey lo Memphis in he with ' her mollicr wliu is seriously 111 tol- i Ion-lug nn operation. ' Mrs. lloynkins Hives and daucli- ' Icr, Miss Elizabeth, tell Saturday for u month's visit in Tampa nllii oilier iiolnls of Florida. Miss Rebecca Gillrsnic lus rr-; turned firm a two weeks slay In! PnvngouM as the Riicsl n[ her inml j and Dr. nnd Mis. Ellington. Mrs. Clcoige Dillahiinty and dntiirhtor. Miss Vivian, accompanied bv Mrs. Sawyer and daughter. Miss Mary Prances, of C.milhmvillc. are visitors in Memphis today. with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Webb. Tlio Hcv. and Mrs. Perry !•'. Webb nnd children, of Pine BluiT, will arrive Wednesday to spend Mrs. R. S. Oatll Is a patient the Memphis IJapjisl hospital. iss Jennie Wren Dlllahumy wenl lo Dycrsburg Sunday for several wcrts slay with Mr." and Mrs Uvo days with friends." Uiulf April Cccil Lcc - ''" "lint and uncle. 1 lie was pasior of the Fhot Bap- , and Mrs. Or* blionyo led list church nnd he now has n sim- vcstcr <toy for Wakcfleld. Texas, foi liar position at Pine Bluff, I several days visit. They were tcr. Mrs. Ida n. Hamilton, of Ail- p am l' a " ip d by Mrs. Shonyo's sis- pusta. Ark., is (lie houscgi-.esl of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rushing for a week. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Ilnmil- lon, of Memphis, spent the last of tbe week here with Mr. and Mrs Arthur Rushing. They will return September 1 for the cotton season iEi E. Alexander and son, Quincy. accompanied, by J. T. Hall, spent tjic''week-end in Cape Girardeau. • Mr. and Mrs. Ed Anderson, of Jonesboro, spent yesterday in the cltj: ,!&• and Mrs. Edgar Boruni and tboTr mother, Mrs. Greene, have as Ihrir guests Ihis week, Mrs. Mary Cjtc'cne and daughlcr, Miss Elizabeth, of SI. Louis. They will also go to Osceola for short trips while hfiYe as they formerly lived there. E. M. Eaton spent yesterday In '• Memphis. : Mrs. Bun Stecplelnn Is spcndiu: the .week In Memphis with ] daughter. Mrs. Howard Collins. Alvin Holly has returned from a vacation spent in Chicago, Detroit, ss has been their custom for tlnre I '™' ns of Canada Niagara ,Mrs. J. C. Noah lelt today for Chicago. Nashville. Temv, where she will I spend a week with her sister. ' iirs. Lou Echols, of Memphis, was a.visitor here for the week-end as the guest of her mother, Mrs. J. A. C/nndell. .Mrs. Lawrence Folcy and small daughter, of Memphis, arc guests oS|Mrs. Folcy's mother, Mrs. M. &-. Sieger. •Miss Ernestine Holland returned Sj.jnday from New Albany. Miss.. wliere she spent her vacation wilh her • mother. 'Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Blakemore arn • in Covinglou, Tcnn.. for two days with Mrs. Blakcmore's mother. 'Dr. and Mrs. Grovcr Bishop sr.d roil, Delbcrt. of Caruthersville. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Blomcycr and family Sunday. jitfisscs Ruth BLlt and Sunshine Adams went lo Dyersburg. Tcnn.. Sunday where they will be house- g[rests of Miss Sara Drain for a wpek. They were accompanied to tie river by Misses Sue Butt. Mar Joric Martin and Mary Blanche Gay. .Mrs. S. P. Martin, accompanied by her son. Sterling, and daughters Misses Virginia, Gloria and Jean spent Sunday In Cmithcrsville as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ragan •Mrs. H. S. Davis and daughter Clara Loi:isc, accompanied by Mrs s! P. Martin and daughters Marj Falls. Mrs. J. Levy and Mrs. A. M. McBride. of Memphis, are returning home lodny after several days stay In the city as guesls of Father J. j. Thompson and Mr. and Mrs J J . Daly. : Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hood and : sister. Miss Mary Hood, of Detroit,' are visiting relatives here. ' Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moore and Miss Gladys Robertson will leave • tomorrow for a motor trip to points I cf Colorado. Gilbert Petty, ol Kennetl. Mn., was the gncsl of Miss Maude Cul; lison Sunday. ! Mr. nnd Mrs. Jnok Apu'ebiuim have returned fro:n a motor trip lo Atchison. Kansas. SI. Joseph.; Mo.. Kansas Cily and St. Louis. Joe Applcbaum si^nt the week- I home on Kentucky avenue after n I c nd in Clarksdalc, Mirs. He was : at Nashville.! accnmaniert hnmc by Mrs. Lillian | Chattanooga and other points nf' Small of Clnrksdale nnd his niece,: ~ ' ' Miss Esther Ostrov, ol Yaaw City, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Tom W. JnrkfOn have gone to points of Illinois for a week's vacation. L. E. Old has Rone In Grccns- I/ltle Miss Martha Lynn nnd Helen Finkley. of Hulberl, Ark. spent last week with Mr."and Mrs. John Wesley Gay jr. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Collins have as their guesls. Mrs. Irwin Ilamll nnd two daughters, ot Union City. Tcnn. They lived here until recently when Mr. Hamil went to lhal cily to be connected with the Fcrd Motor company there. Miss Lucile Hart is at home after r. two months slay in Charleston. Mo. Jimmle Seltzer has returned frcm a ten days visit in Hardy. VYocdrow Fisher arrived home Sunday from a vacation FIICIU in Mr. and Mrs. Riley Boone Jones are now at home nl ll;eh r.ew Tennessee and several days visil in Wilfon. Before Iheir marriage twa weeks ai;o. Mrs. Jones was Miss W:ymnth Maureen Card of Wilson. Miss Mil*. DOUGLAS PAGE , , . wore a while shantung with hydrangea blue dots. • . In | MISS SUSAN TODD . . . much feminized | hand-fagottini? &ives her jdress sweet charm. Ill' NETS!' SCHUYMW , XEA Sen-ice Writer RATOOA SPRINGS, N. Y.- - nulic a Hick this year to serve lit buffet supper to your guesls, lake them ;i!ong while vou hopping for a Ihoroiighbred c ut the auction sale of pedi- 1 yearlings, in a big tent where spotlight plays them np liand- ly. llien proceed to one of the isive clubs for dinner and ins. course, "cash and carry" are exactly the lerms of the horse . They deliver your thorough.-• at your own stables later on! ^.iw Mrs. Graham Pair Vander- lovely in a dainty pastel chit- evening ensemble Ihc olhcr cvc- . silling in a ringside seat ussed in a catalog of horses of- 1 for sale. In another box, Mis. ^e Sloan was hosless, gowned rijomely in white lace with a beautiful and most efleclive green and gold embroidered coat over ii. For stunning jewels at Ihe lent one evening, Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin led, wilh a gorgeous three slrnnd pearl necklace and pairings, stun. ning with her black lace gown. Black ils, Chic, Too Willie printed floral chiffons are quite the most accepted evening costumes for dining at one ot the clubs, Mrs. Peter Wldener wore n charming tunic gown of black chiffon dolled with huge dels of white about the size of a saucer to the Arrowhead Inn one night. It had an even-all-around skirt below Ihe tunic and a charming cowl cut to. ils dccpllctage. She wore black and while costume jewelry wilh it. Another night at The Brook, 1 noticed Mrs. J. Frederick Bycrs in n chiffon prinled in lace design. made with a capelet bertha, and double flounced skirt. One of her guests had on a charming plaid chiffon gown, very formal in cut, of green, lipstick red and white. Out at Hie Hack, about 2 o'clock, when the long yueiic of sleek limousines begins to roll up to the Club House steps, there seems a preference for the floral print, in small design, as coritraslcd belt, shoes, gloves and small woven beret off the face, showing her handsome bronzed siintan. Necklines Arc Feminized Many women wear frocks with distinctly feminized necklines. Rows and rows of real val lace made n charming and distinctive round yoke collar and jabot anL deep cuffs on a pink frock worn the Pompadour flowers for evening I by Evelyn Clark. Her companion: sar. | at tho Irack, Susan Todd, had a One day Mrs. Charles Schwartz, > dross on that used hand-iagolling arriving with guests to lunch in the Club House, wore n liltle frock of printed flowers, in pale grey and the new wine reds. It had nn unusual collar, wide, on one side, growing less and less as it rounded the neck antt ending in a very narrow point on the other side. Mrs. Harold cynosure of brilliant red, white and blue..starrcd printed jacket frock, with, white E. Talbott was llif eyes one day. in ,' profusely to give it sweet charm. The coin dot, rather than the pill polka dot, is an August preference. Mrs. Douglas Page, out in the paddock with Mrs. John Went'-' worth, wore a lovely white shantung with hydrangea blue dots, a frock and jacket, toppo! by a white hat. Mrs. Henry Carnegie Phipps. has worn n lovely white and. burn gundy red fern printed frock tha'. she top-3 wilh a white.hat, .too. . Motor Ships Passing Steam Ships in Tonnage LONDON. (UP) —The world's tonnage of motor vessels is increasing nearly 10 times as fast as 1 steam .tonnage, according to shipbuilding statistics just published in Hi? 'new cdilion of Register Book, Issued by Lloyds. Lloyd's tables reveal that during le last 12 months tile world's steam vessel tonnage has increased by only H8.116 tons while in the same period motor vessel tonnage increased by 1.458,235 Ions. Norway easily -hearts the list of tonnage increase during the past year with 443 i , l 700 tons. Great Britain and Ireland come second wilh a lolal of 272.113 tons, while the United States alone ot all the principal maritime nations lias h a decrease ol Erect Two New Rural Schools At Hot Springs HOT SPRINGS, Aug. 18. (UP) — Two new rura! consolidated school- will soon be completed near here at an cstitniiled total cost of $34,000 Excavation work is practically completed for the new Howard consolidated school on the Liltle Rock highway, it has been announced by Garnett Braughton, county stiper- inlcndenl of schools. Tho contract for the construction of the building has been lest, ground 36,214 tons. Although Great Britain is slill al the head of the list in owning 20.9 per cent of Ihc world's power- driven lonnage. Ihis shows n great decline since 1914 when she owned 41.U per cent, ar.d a still greater decline from IST.8 when 54 per cenl of the world's iwwer-driven vessels sailed under the British flag. by September 1 Contractor Spnig- guis of Beiilon is constructing ii. It is buill of brick veneer, and will contain six rooms and an auditorium. It will cost $18,000. Deauville Casino Barred To Bare Legged Women DEAUVILLE. (UP)—A healthy tan will no longer do duty for a pair of stockings, women visitors to the Casino here arc being told. The Casino officials have decided that unhosed legs are not becoming awarded 'to Dave Campbell, local to their gambling salons and have contraclor. The building will cos' I started stopping all women at the approximately SIG.OOO. It will be modern in every v/ay, wilh electric lights, drinking fountains. steam heat, and hardwood floors. I It is expected the building will be completed by October 15. in time for the ne.xt term. The Rural Dale school which wil door who do nol comply with Ihe new regulation. We CAKD OF THANKS arc truly grateful lo friends for Ihcir sympathy and kindness attending thi death and burial of our father and thank replace the building destroyed by them for their splendid tribute to fire last fall Is almost completed; j his memory. and will be ready for occupancy Luther M. Tanner Family. The temperature of Alaska varies from 50 below zero on the tops of the mouuntainb lo 80 above iu some of the valleys. In the fertile state of Iow.a, on an average, 30 per cent of thu rented farm's value is absorbed by taxes. Pile Sufferers You can only get quick and permanent relief by removing the cause—congestion of blood in the lower bowel and a wakening of the parts. Nothing but an internal medicine can do this—that's why cutting and salves fail. Dr. J. S. Lccnhardt discovered a real internal Pile remedy After prescribing it 'for 1000 patients with success in 960 cases, he named it HEM-RO1D. Druggists everywhere now sell it, and Ktrby Drug Co., guarantees money-back if HEM- ROID does not end Piles in any form.—Adv.—No. 3 Joe Kleuan has gone to New York cily where he will buy fall nnd winter goods for the Nek Dixie store. German weather observers go alofl in planes daily lo lake dala on atmospheric conditions. Polly Stnilli. of Hip'.ny, Miss., is the lioiiscaiirsi of Misxlboro. N. C., nfler having been the Frances F.vnus of here and Miss \ of Miss Mary Louise Vaircue Ilrownlee of Dell. i>n ionic ' Taylor for H \vecl:. His home la at n her home aller a vUil in SI. ' Klrhmnnd ami Norfolk. Va. •ouis. The three attended Illnc j C. M- Gray is aUcndinp, to hiisl- ' tounlam College al Blue Mnun- new in Memphis loday. ain Collesc al Blue Mountain. : Miss., lasl year. Floyd Smith, of S'.cele. MT , who is operator of an oil Malign thoie, was p. visitor in Blylhrvilie las! tve- r-inn. Miss Caiolyn Hall u-tmned la 1 -! nifiht from Tunica. Miss . where she was the guest of Mr. ,;ark Ln-.vr. was accompanied hnnr hy George Emorson Srntt ami her aunt. Miss Klliel Emrrr-cxi. r,'. Her- tundo. Miss Hall, who ha-. t:cc:i visitiny al Hnnandn and Tiinira all^ Himir.n. will return lo Hcrmn- rio' in n few days to remain mild srhool opens. Mr. and Mis. H. H. licnm-lt had as Ihelr guests for Ihc weekend. Mr and Mrs. J. A. Thurslon. o! Mrs. M. S. filcgcr spent iay in Memphis. Mrs. GcorRC M. Hunter :mrl bra- hcr, \V. L. Craftnn, arrompanird iy their houscRuesl. MI.--S Hohson. of Mammoth Spring, re- urncd today from several days visit In 51. I/itiis. Louie Isaacs had as his Kiicsts 'yesterday. Misses. Rose Samuels aiul hcrothy Stern. Sum and Irwin Kusuian, of Cape Guardrail, and Misses Freda Wcltzman and Krrda Liberman of St. LouK Catherine and Marjorlc. spent Fri- Batl(!lti Tcm Y.. Mr . anu Mls ' H ' day In Memphis, lltiss Mary Elizabeth Robinson returned from a-six weeks vis- if'ln Wilson, Marie. Forrest Cily, M^arianna and Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. lilomeycr had as their gucsls Sunday. Mr. aW Mrs. P." H. Blomeypr. and daughter, Barbara Lou. of 'Cartilh- crsvllle. = Holston Robinson has rclurnod Welbourn. of Arlington. Tor.!'.. Mis. J. A. Bass, who has born hritlsally 111 at the Memnhis tin hospital, is better today. Mi<s Louise Pfiwe'il, 1 ''* .loncs was ihe guest of Mrv \Villi» F,. Ccx and Mrs. John G. BDurl.'.nd Run- [ day. Muses Deris nnd Imc^rr.e Crow-1 dcr and Mary I.ynn Biss returnM Saturday night from several wcel-.c Notice The County Hoard <'f Initialization will be in session at Osccola dui- inpr the week of An.i;iisl 25lh and will rc-i-nnvi-ne r.nd be in session al lilylhcvillc duriiiK svccli of September 1st. NCTICt On account of moving our store will be closed until Wednesday evening. See. our opening announcement in tomorrow's Courier News. Phone 306 For An A<1 Taker "I had no idea" "Why, 1 could have sold four or five <jo;tls us ciisily ;is onu!" A lul of people have "no idea" how easy il is lo find somconu who CHII use—nnd will pay jjooil prices for the very Uungs you no' longer need. In every home the al- tic, cellar and store room cuulains some furniture or oilier articles still useful but no longer needed—just put out of the way. Somebody really wants that very thing and will give you ready money for it. It's easy to lind them— just pick up your phone and call the Courier News Ad taker. You Got Personal Service

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