The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 29, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 29, 1930
Page 2
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(ARK.) COUUIRU NRWS pranAY, AUGUST 20, 1930 A Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women sen' Wig XJw SUU Vtaa Hi P. C. A. rnvrunt la County. < pjjreilt-Tucher • associations ' of M!«islppl county schools will use "TJ§ Wte VK of Leisure" is tho ^-^ for the programs to be pre- \t cejet sjhool term. At 'ot 30 presidents and chafimen "of program committees in Schools throughout the county heUJ'at the office of the countysu- periterKleiH Thursday afternoon, these plans were made. Both members and visiting speak- ers'rvrill be used for Ihe monthly proetams which are to be adapted ito the Individual association; with' tlje statp plan for the thcmo. All ''ysspcjations also agreed to use the^jear books. The : progf Am comm ittees • of. the county's organizations will meet In' tiio'^wxt several weeks so that the programs may be thoroughly discussed, and. complete plans made for "'excellent programs. ' At" yesterday's meeting, these wo- rne(t were prcseiH: Osceoln, Mrs. 1C -'A. Behrens, president of the grafte group; Mis. D, P. Crouch, president'of high school; Mrs. C. M.'Harwell, chairman high school program committee; Mrs. A. R. Barriers', chairman grade bchool comhtce; Luxora, Mrs. John Cork- rarw chairman high school committee; Mrs. Charles B. Wood, president of 'same group; Kelscr, Mrs 1 ' R. H. Robinson, president ot P. T. A^Hlckman, Ml&s Margue- rllo ferry, chairman program committee; Armdrel, Mrs. Alice Wom- RcK" chairman program; Mrs. W. N.^Williams, Mrs. C. J. Little. Mrj-'W.O. Wall, Mrs. J. n. Stead- n'ani prestd*nt;-.Huffmari, Mrs. W. B 'lofttri, .crValrman program 'committee. Mrs.-L. F MX>re prerf- dcnt WKfeand Eight, Mrs. C. J. Little, president; ;Bassi;U, Mxs. E« Be^i Shown«e, Mn. W. 1. M»- chell, vice president; Doswcoil. Mrs. Mary Scrape, president; Mvs. Nelle Williams; Mrs. Gurry Payne, members' of program committee: New Libarty; Mrs. B. F. AycocK, president- Blythevllle, Mrs. Theodore Logiri president Senior High group, Mrs"- H' A. Smith, chairman pro- committee Sudbury cshcol; „,.=, N. 'B'. Menard, president Junior "high P. T. A., Mrs. C. M. Gray Senior High program chair- marl; Mrs. B. A. Lynch, program corffinUtee of Junior High; Mrs M. O ' : =Usrey, chairman Junior high committee; Miss Una B. Wilhclm, proirom committee high school; Mrs* R. P. Duncan, president Sudbury group. H; S. Qarnes 01 Manila.', was a visitor. . HasiTWo Filths • .'••'• • T*o parties In one were, enjoyed by the *vW girl friends 'of Miss Marie McLeo<\ who were-her guests last evening while the same num- Miss Lena Madison Phillips, founder of the organization, will be the honored guest. . . The Blythevllle club invited the other clubs In the district for a conference here In January. Mjsses Marie Harnlsh, Ruth Stillwell, Clara Ruble, Cora Lee Baldridge and Mrs. Mae Belt and Mrs. Bits of News Mostly ersor nal Mrs. Edith I'oincroy, of Memphis. Marie Hlckmnn attended from here.' Is the liousegucst <>( her sister, Mrs. E. M. &ton, and family. Miss Mildred Jiuld lias as IK.T guest, Miss Klhel Kcndick, of Parkin. Ark. Dr. tuna Nlc.s will leave tonight for Mineral Wells. Texas, whey? friends In celebration of his nine- • sn e will s|>cml .several wcks at tlie I'arly Given. . Quite a delightful surpriss affair was planned Thursday evening ni the home of Miss Lucils Dawson by n numlwr of Muck nPtlcrson's tecnth birthday. When he reached the party and was told of being the honored guest there were many congratulations mid best wishes said. Cards n n d dancing also entertained the guests j ; Norwood sanitarium taking special work In Miss Vcra Khzibctli Goadrlcb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Goodrlcli. underwent n tomilec'.omy al the Memphis Baptist hospital and later jello and cake was served, ycslerdny. She was accompanied by Having Chih ! VL bid Hit J • «J"i; >>«>J «vfc.viu|jni*i«* *tjr /her aunt, Mrs. Ross Stevens, who ' returned last night, and her mo- Mrs! SlaU Cralion is entertaining i ther who will accompany her home the Night nrldnc club mid several guests tonight at the home of her mother, Mrs, J. P. Pride, In the Pride suburbs. tcrtalncd at the lawn parly which prcceded'the slumber party. Fruit ices and cakes were served after' games-had been, played .several hours. After the young men left the' girls slept several hours, then played tennis early this morning. The hostess served an appetizing breakfast at 8:30. . Included" In those : present. was Miss' Elhel KendiM, of Parkin, who is the house.guest of Miss Mildred Judd. ,' W * * Class Mwts. ' Eleven members and one vislloi oi the Glad Girls Sunday rchw class of the First Baptist churcl met at the home of the teacher Mrs 7 . Charles S. Lemons, Thiirs day: evening, for a business ses slori"-. lifts. Eula Bishop was th guest. Plans'.for fall activities anrt study 'for'lh'c class occupied th business; session. Luxora Society—Personal several weeks ago, v.11! remain for a longer lay. Helore shcr marriage Mrs. Potter was Miss Anne Stevens. Chicot Ridge News' W. A. Harmon of Houston, Miss., has been visiting his grand-children, .Mr. and Mrs. Albert Uurki and Mr. and Mrs. Robal Ashby, ' Quite a crowd from Chicol Kldj;c I attended the tall game at Promls; j Land Sunday. Mrs. Elite Snwyers nnd chlldr-jn ! are visiting relatives here. Mr. and Mvs. Prince Collidd, of Boxer, Ala., liavc bscii vlslliiife- Mr,' nnd Mrs. n. D. Akcrs. .,-.| Mrs. Merlin Hay visited. 'Mjs. Irene "Carter 1-VUltiy aftcraoon.(,:(; Mis. Hoy Mitchell who wSs op-, j crated on Insl week, is improving. I dally. ' '••; Al Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Akers, Mr."]! and Mrs. Claude Stone, Mr. nn:j 11 Mrs. Prince Colluld Hubert' 1 ! Mr. and Mrs. Bedford Watklns nd children of Moncttc, Ark., were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Valklns, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hodges of Osceoln ere Luxora visitors Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Tcalovd and on, Ambrose, of Osceoln were uxora visitors Sunday. Bob Gillesple jr., was a Mcni- ilL, visitor Sunday. Mrs. Wllllnm Wundciltck of Bly- hevlllc was a Luxora visitor Sun- ay. Mr. and Mrs. Bllltngsly nnd dill- rcn returned Saturday from n two veeks visit in Kentucky. Mr. Mid Mrs. B. w. Thweatt were Osceoln visitors Monday. Mr, apd Mrs. Frank Volliner were Blythevllle visitors Sunday. Mrs. B. O. Wllkins and visilois notored to Osceola Sunday. Mrs. B. ' Ashn ira Sunday. Mrs. Leroy Wood spent Sunday in Blythevlllo. Mr. rinrt Mrs. II. c. Davidson of Wilson were the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bob Gillesplc Sunday, MILS Anna Margaret Wood wus a visitor in Missouri Sunday. •Mrs. Evn O/ooX was the guest ot cr sister, Mrs. Williams Wundcr- R. S. of Osceoln were in Lux- toulglil. Mrs: l.ucy McAdams and daughter, Jane, have arrived home from Joncsljoro where lliey visited relatives several ilny and Jnne underwent a lonslk'ctomy nl the St. Uer- nard hospital. She recovered rap- Idly and Is already up. Masler Jlminle Mahnn Uflln who has been 111 al his home on West Walnut street, is now better. C. W. Atllick arrived home yesterday from a brief business Irip to points of Louislnna. Mrs. E. M. Eaton has returned from a two weeks visit In Memphis and Dyersuurg, Tenn. Mrs. O. A. Hovcy, who underwent a lomlleclomy In Memphis several days ago. Is cxirecled lo return home tonight. Miss Cora Lc^ Cotemnn. accompanied by Mrs. W. W. Cox, of Lcnchvillc, arc at Cnsh, Avk., today attending a meet canning demonstration sponsored by the home demonstration nt'ent ot Cralgliend county. Mrs. H. II. Reeves, who has been 111 several days. Is now belter. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. \V. Bcnle and son, C. W. Jr, of Little Rock, uc- ccinpTiiiled by Mr and Mrs. Tom Phillips of Washington, D .C., nnd Mrs. Jack Sclinffer, late of Mem .phis, went to Little Reck this nflcr- j noon nfter vlsl several days. Miss Snllle M, Crow has been ill several days and is now belter. Mrs. Dyroii Morse nnd son, Byron Rhodes, accompanied by Miss Margaret Maiian and bi other, Tom. ate in Memphis today. Mrs. Robert Purvis ami Mrs. Stephen II. Drcoks motored to Mclnphls today to nccompnny Mrs. C. A. Hovey home from the Mcth- cdist hospllnl. Mrs. Henry lliira- plneys, who hns been with her since her operation several days ago, will also come home. Stone matured ta Missouri Satins'!! day to visit Mrs. Nellie I'rullt. ... The Infant son ot Mr. and Mrs,|!| 13an Akcrs is Improving after i' three weeks' illness. .;..-.,. Mr. anil Mvs. C'iaudc Stone, Mr','! mid Mrs. Cecil Mutui and Sani 1 . Mann visited Mr. and Mrs. Uan Akers Saturday night. .j- Mr. and Mrs. Rob'crt Beltdpiv^ visited their father, Mr. George'^ Scttoon Sunday. ' ; -*; Mr. nml Mrs. Frank visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Saturday night. Sandy Ridyc News • Hiram Hardy has relumed after ix few weeks visit in points in Mississippi. Clyde Lucius had as his guest last week, his sister and'her family ot Mississippi. Several from Sandy Kldgc at- i tended the baptizing north of hiye E Inst Sunday. . '!' Mrs. Joe Ellis And children vis* I fled In the Vlning home Saturday. , Mrs. Le.xle Seiatt visited Mrs. | Miller ol Dogwood Ridge " last Thursday. Mrs. O. D. Uevlll find childrcrj were the guests of -Mrs, ^Klrby Tuesday afternoon. • ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Joe Epperson of New Liberty-were callers in Mrs. D. II. Bevlll's home Mcmday alter- ; Marlon and Curtis Hurst of Mar 1 - i mniuikc were visitors here' Itisl ' Tuesday. ' . . ; .N'cwt Morris of Enrlc, Ark., wag | a visitor In P. II. Bevili's lionielnsl | Tuesday. Charles Inman of Wiljdn s|wnt! John Thwentl, who was the if Miss Helen Howton for two'dnys ias returned to his home in Chat- Miss Eleanor C.irnpbcll, of Chi- tnnooga, Tenn, ' Miss Gladys Spann of (lale, Miss., was the guest of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Spnnn this week. Tuesday night as tho guest ol -Mr. nml'. Mis. W. licvill. tional ot riveting, cou~lri:> engineers are now welding B'n»i TolGo To Picnic Sunday. Members of the Menoarh lodg, independent Order of the B'nal B'rith have been invited by tlic Cape Glrardeau lodge B. B. No. 923 to attend a basket lunch picnic Sunday at Conran, Mo. _ • The to be given In Pikes Grove, on 'highway 61 between Marston' and Tortagejille *;hen prominent speakers and an imtla- ion team'from St. Ixsiis will be present. There will be games lor botn the kiddies and grown-ups and free, refreshments, according to lire invitation extended by Jake Sliain- berg, secretary of the Cape Glrar- de The C guegts arc asked to be there at one o'clock 'with their baskets. Round Lake News M. K. Vincent's father has been visiting him for several days. MIES Edna Mae .Garrctt and her mother. Mrs. Orn Gnrrell were the guests of Mrs. Raymond Owen of Luxpra, Saturday. Miss Opal Mae Robinson visited Miss Edna Mae Garrett Salur- day nfternoon. I Albert Lovelady, William Mann. Willie Garrctt anrt «on motored to Blythevllle Sunday. Miss Mildred Rnlph was n Clear Lake vlsilor Sunday. M. L. Vincent nnd family nnd Miss Edna Mac Garrctl attended the baptizing at Armorcl Sunday afternoon. Misses Mnry Frances and Josephine Uurchell have returned from Tennessee where they hnvc been visiting. .Miss Opal Mnc Roberson nr,<l Mr. aul Jackson motored to Luxora alurday night. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Burchcll were ic guests of Mrs. C. M. nobcr- on Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Raymond Owen of jiixora visited tlicir niece. Miss Edna Mnc Garrett Monday. Mrs. Ola Vincent visited Mrs. C 1. Robcrson and Mrs. C. L. Mills ruesday, , ) I I biiss Yanccy of Hughes, Ark., .'as a visitor of Mr. C. M. Rober- on Wednesday. j cago, spent Wednesday night with Ciarks-1 Miss Mnrgurct Mnhnn cnroulc to points cf Texas for a visit. Mrs. M. S. Stegcr left lodny lor a motor trip to Memphis and points of Mississippi. J. Nick Thomas jr., of Memphis, is attending to business here and visiting his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas. Mrs. J. E. Purish and son, of Paragould, are guests of Mrs. Ben Bnscoin, who Is Mrs. Parish' mother. William Potter left tust night for New York after spending three weeks with Dr. nnd ^^rs. C. c. Stevens. Mrs. Potter, who came down steel buildings together. ,, Tirty Mcmticrs of the Kappa Alpha, an honorary fraternity recently organized here', were hosts to a bridge and dancing party Thursday evening at the Woman's club. There uas^entertainment from 0 until 1:30 when delicious refreshments were served. • * • H. ind P. %?qmen Have District ricnic Meet Six delegates from the loca Business and Professional Women' clulv alle,nded ithe picnic for club lnttstttit'2 at Paragould Thurs day.'nlght when the club of iha cit^iwai 'hostess to the more tha 100 : present.,. Jonesboro,- Corning, Piggot Paragould' and Blythevllle club were represented with Miss Rulhi Stillweli, of this city, in charge of^ the program as chairman of the disfricl. The honored guest was Miss Lenor* Wilson, state p r(>t '- dcnt, who spoke of the regional convention meeting in Hot Springs October n, 18, 19 when ten state and, national officers ol the feder- atifjti will be present. At this tune, according to her announcement. Margaret Merritt Piano Teacher Beginners and Advanced Pupils Studio 703 Chic^asawba RGAI FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY Extra 3112 ige, Green, Ib. 3c Pears Calif t rtlett "Ib. 121c Fancy Reds Pound Lettuce Fa ^ s Head 7^c I Celery M Stalk lOc Libbs Sliced or Grated No. 2 1-2 Can rapes Conc4 t rt 28c | Tomatoes"" . 2 Can 3 For In Cloth Bags Limit With Groceries |A IL 1U ID. Can 25c Mackerel. Tall Can 1 Sunny Brook 3 Pound Limit Pork & Beans 3 CansFor 25c Syrup New So t Pound Can No, 2 1-2 Can Red Seal '* Irapenuts, Pkg. 17c I- Snowdrift Limit Meal, 24-lb. Sack 65c | Peanut Butter Canova 16oz,Jar' Flour 24 Pound Sack Uncle Ned 24 Pound Sack Fern Leaf per sack Sausage Count L Ib. 15e Hawk Bacon Sliced 3 Pound Limit Ib. 25c i Hospital Notes Mrs. J. B. Nicholson. Hayli. was admitted to the Dlythcvilte i icspltal and Mrs. Leonard Limbnugh ] and baby, Carulhersville, Mo. were dismissed. Announcement Beef Roast VeaiRoast flnyC 1K12^ NOTICE The $275 R. C. A. RADIO Will bo Given Aw;iy SATURDAY, AUG. 30 About .1:30 I'. M. ROSENTHAL'S Across from Theatre I have retcnlly piirchasi-d Hie I.A l-'UHNKY HKAUTY HllOi' ;uid will Assume pi-rsnnal charge Tucpdiiy, September li. Miss l.:i 1'eniey will rcmuin us opera tor ant! the same 'hii;h (|iuility of work will be mainlaincd, as well as the present reasonable prices. Mrs. I.m-y McAdams. Mrs. McAdams Beauty Shop Telephone '^S,S 5 Pound Limit pound lOc Dressed Henslb. Dressed Fryers Ib. Swifts Shank- (ess Picnic og Lard 5 Pound Limit pound Hi IS5S3

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