The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 12, 1930
Page 2
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PAgE TWO ' T; f i.S FRIDAY, -DECEMBER 12, Society Calendar e WOfttan's .auxiliary of t h • Firft. PjTlibyterlan cliurcli will have a Cn&taifi'rprcferBin at the church at -' ' Regal Pajamas . The spirit cf the coming • holiday i was effectively 'ul«[t yesterday nii- j crnoon when Mrs. W. I'. Vcnzcy Jr., i ; entertained the Ypunj- Mniro'ial . Bridge club u'.-..':;^ ..;;j'\> /.,;• -1.1-) BrUe"-.' H.J.I;I., •"> | The Christmas :, . . . • ^ test- \ ture decoration V»h !:i\-i.a raid red j layers slewing ahd-thc Jalll^s weroj shaped like beils| iThe *ame motlfv was ti^d In the" delicious plate lunch served. Mrs. Crawford Greene yon the '•. prize, a wedgewoodtvi^e'.J i ' '•'• \' <••*., • » '•-• »i ' ••/ • • -• -T Entertain Teachers ''•>..' Members of the Armorel -school Hy.i.p'';, find Mrs,. Jr-Sin R. Mc- W jr7,"were "giiesis of' Mr'.' oriel . Charles -CriEger jr., -'Tliunday eftnlng for a bridge party at their c&mlry home. Ifrhe he prizes, a tie won by Dr. Mc- Dtniel for men's high, and a'dtu- Me deck <rf,.cards tor XJrs, W. C. Wall ijsjaeiis' wittier, ^ere on the ' decorated i*chrlslnias • % |M • '" .salad, .,'gmrMj was E«ved'. " • Daughter Born ;VN ;.-. .';. •.'.;.. -*Mr. and Mrs. Robert' Wade nn- nfliince.. the birth of a daughter Wednesday "night at the family Hfeo on West Ash street. The ijijby vr'tijriS! tevcn and n halt ' •• ».!• --... Wte-Tanncr £A marriage-license was issued yostirda'y fo Mi?s Ileleu Tanner ot Hire, and Mr. J/F. Tate, of ball. Bits of News Mostly Personal. Velvet paJ^rnRS 'go ' marching oits block velvet with the on In • the ; fashion parade. Suniplu- trouscrs cut to resemble u skirt gMiss Ada Reddick and ^r. Will- ittn Pruett, both of Huffman, ab- tfjlned a marriage. license here yesterday. •'•"• '<'.- lashion me resral "Pullman pajama" nt the left, from Nat Lewis. The sleeve and neck decorations arc of the seme rich roman silk -used ler the cash. Peach beige,, honey amber and Ivory • satin are the '{smartly blended' shades in the smoking pajamas at the right, al^o from Nat Lewis. ' ' - ' (lni Meets ; • • ' ' >' '• • ^vjftsdarhcs J. R- Hanccck.- J. N'lck Thomas and Earl Koonlz of'SprJng- fjsld, Mo., were guests of V.Mrs; A. Gonway Thursday --when- she also entertained the Mid-Weefc:,-JBrldge Club for . luncheonjand. cards. T Her }epi'irc' ; -.home/, portrayed the spirit ci' thc : YuleUdfe; largi free, gaily decorated by the furc- ijlace 1 for 'an' added* r.ol4" 'to' "(he wreaths;:. be,U« ; and; glitter;, ewers. r'-AUer the service; of, the luncheon ffcnu the two tab.le's of -players cn- auction ;br'dge:\Mrs- 'Harry '-' ! Separated from Husband tt--: guest- award ^vent tc. Mrs. Roontz. --''- ::".'". . • •' -. • • • • Has Club . . ' vMre. R. F- Klrshner was -hostess j to • members ... 0) the- Thursday Luncheon club; Mrs Charles Mar- ! (,!n and Mrs. Walker II. Baker.' -•The csntcrpiece for the 1 Christ-1 mas Uib!e was a .miniature tree iikldw with lights and ornainems. An appetizing menu was served in two courses. ' . • -'Hosiery'•' went tn '-Mrs,;.'Byron Jforse for the highest's'cO?e.' V. D'. C. Hare Xroas Program fiA Chrisimas, program,"with i^Js. George-R. Crocks It us leader, fen- ttred tr.e meeting' cf the Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy Italy's Queen - "•• '. Of Fashion Undergoing treatment for a nervous breakdown in a New. York hos- Thursday afternoon al .the -homajpital, :Helen. Worthing, above, 9t Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons. Mesrtames | ioniser Broadway stage toauly. Is W.T. Douton, J D. Barksdalc, G. I reported to be legally separated 5, Barnes afi'd M FilKsiuiinons-were ! from her Inisbahd, Dr.'Eugene C.; ! Nelson; Lo ;*'Angeles physician. Her j-'iTies? niimb."-.- •• i 1 ;---'- v!o- nl-p.ndonir.i3nt of a stage career a Hf '-••----•-•-••• Mr. and Mru. A. Conway will have , is their guest, "for the weekend Ihclr cousin, Miss Mary Catherine Kenzle of C-lumbla, Mo., who Is a ir.--.nbor of the Caruthersvllle, Mo., school faculty. Ruth Goldbcvg, Rose Rub- Kreda and Sophia NIcholD, of Osccola, were visitors In the city lsu?t night. - 11 B. W. Tcole, of Tampa, Fla., is' leaving today alter attending to | business heie for several days. Tom'A. L|[tle has gone to St. Louia tp a(l»nd' a meeting o' the "oclge dealer^. . ' • -' >, Mrs.'liliey .Jones has .returned from a twj days visit Kith her par-, • cn(e W Wilson. •' !j H. B. Malone, of Joncstyoro, ]s'J the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard '• I Oooch while attending to business') here today. . C, O.'Redman has been attending'I t^ business in Osceola f or. several ;t| days this week. ' jj Mrs. John H. long was a business- visitor in Osceola .Thursday. . Mis. W. R. Henderson., and, daughter, Inez, of St..'Louis, whoi are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Braxton, Bragg iii (X-:eola, were here yes-jj I Icrday. They were accompanied by|J Mis. Hale Jackson,. cf C^ceola.' Mrs. Henderson was formerly Miss Fay Kent of Blytheville. ' " ' Jimmie and Lyl3 Bo'yd spent yesterday in Carml, 111., with their! mother.. Mr. and Mrs, George R. Crockett,! Mrs. Margaret H. Minor and.'Mrs*I J. E: Bell were guests .of Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Rsbbins at Specie Thursday evening.' • ' . ' : Mrs. A. M. Butt, Mrs. Farnsworth Black and Mrc. W. J: Pollard are: In Memphis today. . ' I A. M. Butt went to St. Louis laJtj night to consult his specialist. Mrs, Herbert -H..Davis, .of Ellwood City, Pa., Is the guest of Mr. and Mrs: Samuel' F.-Nirris. • - .-'>. Mils Bob Williams' will spend tlie weekend in,Memphis .with nor 6ls-| ter and-brqlher. ' • •' ' " '' i . Paul Combs' has returned -to his; home al Arrnbrel after .yisiting hisj brother in Crifcago for several days.: C. E. .Crfgger attended to busi-^ •ness in Willtm yesterday. - ; Anna Ridentur, who has been ill I at-hsr home,in. Arincr'el, is now' tetter. J Mary Emma Steadman; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Steadman of j Armoipl,,-ls improving after several j pa* illiKSS. ( , ^Mrsr- MaSU4Mona3hau.. .Jr. Mrs. T. G. Seal spent Wed! in Memphis. • " ' !| Mrs. C. W. Affllci,.Mrs..J. Cherry nnd Mrs. Affllck's .mother, Mrs. T. P. Plemnioris, or Fairmont: N. C., returned yesterday aiter- noon from Helena where (hey vis- lied for several days. - • several; • ir-•4! dnesriay ]J society that's the dk'linction ! Eir.HT-HOUR DAY FOR HOUSE LONDON, (UP)—A bill lias teen 1 presented to • parliament here demanding an eighl-ho.iir dny for horses employed in mines. HELPS WITH SOUP, TOO GRINNEL, la.. (UP)—A beard is_ not just an adornment, it is a ventilating plant, says Amy Elizabeth Btngg. zoology instructor at Grinnell college. It strains and washes the air we breathe, and serves the" j added facility o! a thermos jug, [keeping us warm in winter and ilalian' c °°l in summer, she says. enjoyed by obviously beautiful'and. i-'o.lnlv aristocratic .Countess" Carla A •W : ^HolT : ''" "'•• ''<" '"''^ fe-v'^a^'o^'iirorder^^Tnarryi 01 ihc.iiiobmty of Mllnno, she is -Mrs.-Barl Baker and baby, of ' accompsn :-v' - '.:'. . '-on; Dr. Nelson, w.hA"'has rienied stale- shown ' abovc 'J", h f, r 'a lest ;P««>:riithersvmc.' were dismissed fi :olt; tnfc '". tiV binh of'incuts thai h; is a negro, attracted! p "' : tnc Blytheville hospital today. Hospital Notes -Mrs.-Barl Baker and baby, of Ca- from to tllc P'»»o selection "Silver Stars," Miss erved delicious re- Csllici Cbrit," Mrs. B. R. .Allen; talk ! nation-wide attention. ^•hvHtmas Tn Other I.^nds,' 1 Mrs..' r -^ij Jprr.cs H. Brooks; Christmas Carol, 1 " „ , '' ' Miss Agnes Bailcv of Seymour. Mo.' f olle . ct ^ . a " d lumed ficomVwrii'ed by 1 irrs,R. A. Moore;; loc f l " c<1 crfos f: Shristinus lullaby. Miss , Lillian '• r>u " loers ol »'- P" Brifcoe; violin solo, Mrs. Rives A!^- cd ; P ia »° ""^ vol « numbers. Harp; violin relectton. Woodrow Fbh-i° w Nathan Kcsciithal: tap dance, ei, accompanied by Miss- Margaret i Mlss Virginia Nichols ol OsceDla. MerriU '" ' :.accompanied by Miss Mildred Jcdd; Jit was vcied in a brief. business j P'»»o selection "Sih— »»~" «'« ftsfich presided over by Mrs. W. I.! Mildred Judd. Benton, to' h'iivc Mre.' O. C. GnmkV i Tn e hostess serv^ fend Christmas grocllng cards •to j , Ireshments. ftterans of the Civil War in this! Visitors were: Mrs. XL Groskind city. ,-,. •;.. ' J i~ j of Memphis, Misses Ruth Goldberg, * "' • :«i«.!- 'iii' • Rcse lUibenstchi, Freda and Vlr- ± ' glnia NKhols of Osceo'.a nnd Miss jtwkh, ^ocfety. '•-. . ,>..--. .,: Mildred-- Judd. lips Mtettae-Here.-^j.., •; * i .( '.The next mscCnj is\to be wi'h "Plans far a Chanakuh program, I MrsJ^B..M. Jattec and-Mrs Willie giving of clothing to the poor j i iam tffchols at the' Jaffe home in and an interesting program occu- [ Osceoln. • " • '' : guests 'of Jge.Jci-iii Ladlej Aid so- -To'nare Sale. • - ,.v,- n i*,rf-,.- thil Trie" St. Stephen KpircoRal GuilJ will, have >a (ioi! bwanr iu\d bak: <Sety Thursday' "cvtfhlhg' "'at' the feme of Mrs. Walter Rosenthal ana Mrs. Anna Weinperg. i'The Chanakuli progiam will be iven at the Temple Israel Sun- iy evening. December 21. kiMrs. Joe Isaacs was appointed to ir| in charge of the clothing to b21 aead saJej-Siturdoy in the (prmer Boat- ' . whin till kinds of dressed,.dolls will le sold akmg witriVcakcs, pies and'tancy breads. News Want Aro. f. All rectal diseases i:e Kcmorrholcl5 : -iP:lcs). Am! : fissures , Ulcers, etc.. examined t::J treated' without chnrfc. Th|s i treatment is non-surgical and dees not confine one to their ' bed. Clinic hours each \Vodnr3?y ircr.i 1'CO to 3'00 I'-"! Varicose Vein cases will also b; accepted and treated " ""' ; ;;. :: ;DRS. NIES & 51-J Main I'hone US for baking powder is the U» K C Baldna Powder iht you bike and juclgt Us quality by ill n rMHk>.-7ou will find Ihtri li none betrsr —puttr or more efficient, You f*v« in buying ihd.sive in uitns K CBakiha Powder. •: DOUBLE, ACTING 25 ounce* for 25c FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY Large Size Medium Size Ark. I5!ack i'ound ' Yellow Fruit • Pound 5 f ** GRAPE FRUIT 70's. Each 4c Fancy 48's. Head 7ic POTATOES Wyoming Best Pound GREEN BEANS Pouad BUTTER Brooklield Pound OLEO Tropic Nut Pound ECGS Guaranlced Dozen RICE Fancy Blue Rose I'ound 22 c 5c BEANS Great • Northern Pound PINTO BEANS Pound PEACHES Columbia Brand In Heavy Syrup L'tix Toilet 3 Bars SUGAR Limit 10 Pounds TOMATOES No. 2 Can 3 Cans C G Small or 3 Large Cans BEANS Blytheville No. 2 Can LARD Compound 8-Lb. Bucket FLAKES Post or Kellogg CATSUP •Naco -'M-Oz. Hoillc SOAP Van Camps 10 Bars 28c MACKEREL Tall Can 3 Cans 2§€ FLOUR Orris or Snow Wreath 24-Lb. Sack Baking Powder IG-Oz. Can T0MXIOSOUP •3 Cans 24c I PEANUT -BUTTER 1G-0/.. .Tar 24 Pound Sack Fern Leaf 24 Pound Sack Uncle Ned Gooch's Package r \f Gooch's, Package 5c SALT . 10e -15ox Styles 2 For .C SYSUP New -South 5-Lb. Can PORK SHOULDER Fresh Counrl ic SPARE RIBS Home Killed Pound Swifts Shankless Picnic 3 Pound Average Pound Compound I'uimd SAUSAGE Country Pork Poimd lOc I NECK BOMS Home Killed I'ound VEALvSTEAK c Club Uound or Rib Pound 20c -Klackhawk, Sliced Pound - -n Choice K C Shoulder !b. 18c Brisket Thick Rib ib. 15c . SIC W l-i<? J:-.|

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