The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1930 · Page 2
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December 19, 1930

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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mATHRVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER N'KWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1030,- M for a ten days vacation wltli Mrs Mrs. E. S. Chiles Matron >, Friday f Irene Crowds is having. the . Bridge clut). • Qt 1o 'c; fl ;t r "V\'ln«C»l h.vd's parents, O11C o a .VJUlUiiL-1 Mr£ p. A. Lyneli and children, Have j ft Nijbl Dinner. ' T^e'.SS Hour)' members and "Ho- i tprpyAnns," who attended the an- , nuai". Ladies Night dinner party all the 3j:6tel Noble Thursday evening. I leirbe.d all about Rotary. • ,• j All .electric emblem showing the I six Sfjiokes in tlK notary wheel, the j hub^and.riift^as. cleverly. dUjOay- 1 ed t£.C. V. Sefiaugh as eight s'pejk-'i ere .^xplained .the o&JecUves of ths organization signified by these . j»r§; : J.-ilell 'Breaks, K. F. Klrsh- j ner^C). P.. ^iqis. Horace T. Culp, Charles S'i,'I/i*i^oiu,.J. Louis Cher-' ry, B. A. Lynch' aud the Rev. P. Q. Rori^'were speaKcrs. Bernard Gooch played the piano f or j'JBroup singing which also supplemented the tm'ing of a dellcl- ous^menu. ,. . . '• -.'.' ... | Km; Cart Club His i Turkey Dinner, Dance : ' ' j .Aj'.the party of "the 'Kill Carej club; last evening, ' at tlic Woman's clutj; the guests were- Dr. and Mrs. M.iO. Usrey, !yir. aud Mrs.,g. H. BaBcocIc, Mr.'ehd Mrs. Doyle Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bray and- Mr. and Mrs. P. 8. JoyiiBt' . As delicious "turkey dinner! f/was serrtd arid later • to the, evening dujpfntj enjoyed " with Jlrrlmie Bond's orchestra (urntsluiij . the mutto. '• ''"•"'"'' ' 'JJjis was the ujual twice a month party. .-.- . • ' '' ;MH. M. 0. Usrcy nnd children, are spending today in MempiiU. | ML'.sss Millie Allison ant! MaVy | Lynn 13as;, accompanied by Miss i Elizabcih uass of' Chicago, are In : Memphis Uxlny. 1 Mr. and Mrs. John B. Lane were I in Memphis Thursday evening on I business. I Mr. and Mrs. Tom Neal Simpson nml two children have uone to Union City, Tenn., for the holidays. A co-ed who rates a ealuto on tho .University of Alabama .campus llils year Is pretty Mnrirarol Partlow, nboye, of Tuscnloosa. The rc-aBoii Is eho lias been elected honorary cmlet-colouel - ot tho R. 0. T. C. unit. . Gat OScfrt. l|e girte In Mrs .T. E, King's Sunday school class of the .First Batfjlst church met at her home Thijjrsday afternoon lor a brlcl pfotfim followed with o business ECSsjAn in which .Uie name ."-The Faithful Followers" vas selected. Three officers were named: Mnr- garjt" Moore, president; Rcbtccn Taylor. first vice ijrcfi*':" noon, when she also entertained members of the Young Matrons Bridge club. In the auction bridge grimes Mrs. W. .C. Hlcglnson won pillow cases tor the club award nnrt H deck of cards went to Mrs. T. G. Seal for high guest. Mrs. Rekl served a tun* fish pal- nd -with citndy and 1 coffee. . Chiistnms tallies and a lari;e •Tin: i tree, gaily trimmed, sr.irrlcd out the !'f'hcy will be guests of Mrs. Snnp- j son's mother. 1 J. T. Sudbury will arrive tonight 'from the University of Alabama, iTiiscaloosa, to spend the holidays with his mother, Mrs. J. G. Sudbury. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smart, of I Richmond, Va., arrive Sunday 10 .[visit ih-jir parent's for the- holiday}. jTJicy will be accompanied by Mur- Iray Smart, who attended the Unl- ! vcrslty of Richmond, and Miss ] Frances Tucker who goes to Han- I dolph-Maccii Woman's college, . (Lyncliburg. Va., who will spend the .Christmas vacation at home. Miss Frances Miller has cone u> Columbia, Mo., for the holidays. Sam II. Branch went to Branch, Ark, yesterday where he. will visit his parents for two weks. Sloan Steuart left yesterday for Highland, Ark., where lie Is to spend the next ten days. Miss Velda Adcock has gone to Dover, Ark., for the vacation with her parents. Miss Mary Kmnm Hood left Thursday for Gainesville, Ark., where sho plans to spend two weeks. Freda Secoy, thi. • •;-> • •'• HeTjfecca- Glllespl?. • •i-t,-, ?•;'.- ,-y . -und treijurer; Anna Boli K'tf.cy, reuort- er.y; • '• • Alter the devotionM by 'Margaret Mp^re, Jorine •' Aldrldge, Rebecca GiUespk 1 and' Malta ret Moore took '. part- In the program. . . £., - •• .•-• •• H»ft'. Christmas Parly. . 30 .boys aud girls, who at- tenfted the_Chrlstmas party at ihq 'Yuletldc motif. i* evening were^uesU^of Mrs. O. C. Gaftske's Sunday- school class »oi girlf •"".." / •' ' " '. "Clock;: and other games [unused .^ thefal for-.levprnl hmtr* R-mriu-irhue Bits of News Mostly Personal of Osceola Eastern Star:' OSCEOLA. Ark—Mrs. E. S. Chiles was elected Worthy Matron of lhi:";| Osceola Order of Eastern Star aiU ; I J. li. uunn was elected Worthy II Patron, at a meeting here Wedn;s-'[ day night. They will be installed.: together with other officers, at a) Joint meeting of Masons and Eisl- ern Star members to be held In the Masonic auditorium here on St. John's Eve, December 27. Other officers of the Eastern Star i I were elected as follows: Mrs. Claude \\ Tlicmason, associate matron; Dr.1 E. R. Bogan, associate pitron; Mrs. L. Howton, secretary; Mrs. John Douglas, treasurer; Mrs. A. S. Rogers, conductress; . Mr* W. E. liurton, associate conductress; Mrs/. Harry Brooks, chaplain; Mrs. L. K.' Harware, marshal!, and Mrs. Harry 11 Miller, organist. Appointive officers are Mrs. Tom! Ballew, Ada; Mrs. Rose Goldberg.'] Ruth; Mrs. Mona Moore. Esther; i Mrs. S. V. Frarier,-Martha; Mrs.' E. H. Stevens, Electra; Mrs. : Brooks, warder. No appointment; has been made as yet for the office of sentinel. FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY 100 Size Dozen 150 Size Dozen 200 Size Dozen APPLES Fancy Delicious 'ouud lOc Rome Beauty Pound COCOANUTS Fresh Ea'cd 6c c APPLES Ark.' Black Pound GRAPEFRUIT Texas, 'Sweet' Each GRAPES Fancy Emperors Pound Wyoming Be^t LETTUCE sa- Miss Hazel Hout Presents Manila Class in Recital • MANILA, Ark.—Pupils of Miss Hazel Hout, expression teacher In the Manila high school, won Miss Monta Hughes has gone to I pralsc of n lal 'e c audience at a re-, her home in' .Brighton, Tcnn., for 1 Si'*! Wednesday evening In the Ihc holidays. L\erett McDowell and Uoscoe ~~ -} Miss Dorothy Davis has as her! iX'Jl. several days tills week Missi Morris left yesterday, by motor, for Mot River, Mo., where they plan to spend ten days vacation. W. G. Lugnn, of Cnruihmville, visited Mrs. Logan; who is -ill at the Blythcville hospital,' last nlghl. Miss Mary Outlaw Is leaving today for her lion'5 In Rector, Ark., to visit her mother for the' holidays. Miss Eilc'n Foster has gone tu Paris, Ark., for a two weeks vacation. Miss Mary Mcllaneyieft Thurs-. day fov Ketuiett, Mo., where she | expects to spend two weeks with I her parents. Methodist church auditorium. • Miss Hout was assisted by Ernest ! Jones, tenor, Miss Martha The auditorium stage was beautifully decorated with chrysanthemums and ferns. .] The following., program was ren-. of Blythevllle, and Matthews, soprano. dered: Reading, The Anarchist, Coats; reading, I'm Bad I Am, Ge- '• irella Dunkln; reading,' Cinderella j in Red, Betty Sue King; A Cottage! Small, Hanlcy, and Marchela.f.j hours. Sandwiches hot chocolate were served by trie- teacher. die. Christinas party of the Wo- mafi's club,' planned for>, this after- riooa, has.betn postponed because oj .(he death of Edwin Robinson. ' Memphis by the drnth of her im-1 cle, A. Fowler, .whoso funeral will' . tomorrow. He died yester- Sluuie is attending to business In Memphis today. Miss Hazel Hardlu Will 50 to Memphis tomorrow for the weekend. Mrs. Jr-hu Dren of Horncrsville. guest of Miss Alice Mae i. Siie also did some Christ-; i this city. County Baptists Will Convene Here Tonight Approximately 100 members of B.' Y. P. U.'s of Baptist churches "Harry Hill, of Jonesboro, Is at- jIf'™^™"- Mississippi county are tending to business In'thc cltv to- Heeled to attend the meeting of day T. E. CiuVd, of (Jimith;rsviuei U(m!lst church Ihe county association at the First Mrs;. Robinson, a pioneer club wo-1 who formerly \vas in -business here,) Jomi B - Lnne ' "'H 11 recently pres- raafa-of the city, is a manbsr of j is the guest of IUE brother. J. L. 1 lticiu ot lllc Bi'oup, will assist in thl$:~organization. ' I Ounrd. today, while attending to| tllc mukini; of plans lor 1931. P»$y-'Poslpo«d . Miss Ada Dunavant will go to Re »d Courier News \vant nd "gie Christmas party of the Wo- Memphis Saturday nflenicon for ~ -' mart's club, planned for this alter- the wcctciul. ' I noon, has been.postoned beraiise of I John Bcarden. of Leachville. j the^death of Edwin Robinson. Mrs.] transacted business in Hie city to- RoWnson, a ))ionccr club woman I tifty. reading. The Gate, Glen Gozn; de:- laiualion, "Lafayette, We Have Come," and reading, If I Could Be by Her, Jack Berry; Ah, Sweet feys- Life, Hubert, and luJthJ", Gsu'deu. of Mj^ Heart, Caro.-.Ronn:^; Waflha Matthews; reading,"'A i.ii-; tie Boy's story of Colunlbus, AnH'..v Cowan; reading, In the Pantry. Gt- nella Dunkin; musical rcadinj— The Boy Who Stuttered and. the Girl Who Lisped, Almeila Berry and Jack Derfj'; reading,.The Djail Hussy Cat, Betty Sue King; Mother Mtichrce, Olcott, and Somewhere a- Voice Is Culling, Tate. Ernest Jones; musical loading, The Uilac'' Tree, Mary Coats; reading. The Secret, Anlla Cowan; rending, Tn the Mornln', Cleo Gov.a;.^nusical reaJ- ing. Similar Twills, JJeity Sue King and Genella Dunkln. Accompanists, Miss Lillia Bi'isco and Mtes b-Drette , Alston. ' John Caudill will arrive home tomorrow from the University of Missouri, Columbia, for the holidays., j Ho is driving through with n friend 1 of tjie city, is a member' of thls'-or- garilzaUon. Members of the Pilgrim Luther-1 Horn Carutlicisviller an -church Guild nv>t • with Mrs.] A. G. Little and Zal B. Harrison GtSrge Langc Tliursday afternoon I are attending to business in Mem- forja business nicethtg when ilw phis. distribution of clothing among the! Mi;c Marearrt Craig, who is & poor, and the Christmas' programs j member of the high school faculty to 5e given at the Episcopal church | on the eve of the Yuletlde were'lhe-! principal matters taken up. .^ I*bf. the social hour the - hostess had th'e dining table centered with a Christmas tree flanked with red tarirs and mistletoe was _scattcred aboiiC the rccm. Mrs. Langc served Jruk : cake topped with whipped creSm, cherries and nuts, coffee and Individual baskets of candies. s ' • • » EajerUim Club. .Mrs. Harry W. Haines entertained J"-vhe Mid-Week Bridge club Thursday, for.', luncheon and a bridge game. .'An attractively: ap- polhted luucljeop .was served in .two coiffses af ~s:riall' tables.' A Christmas' tree, 'ahd' appropriate tallbs were' emblematic* ot the coming r.ol- at Center Ridge. Ark., tomorrow to 5]>: with her parents. Mrs. R. C. Dent jr., Mrs. E. J. Browne anil Mis. spent yesterday in. Memphi Mayor and Mrs. Neill Reed and j children went to Little Rock today HOME THEATRE To|.lJavt.H»«Bt Party . Mrl and Mrs. L .L. of jy will have as their gueiti: Mr. and J,frs.T. D. Thomp- 590' ilr.'llh-A 'Mrs. Henry -Hsu. of Meniphls, pr. : and Mrs. W. P. Brewer . : and son, Billi;, of Wynne, Ark. The'Brewer.'famUy lived here. Good fellows Benefit Show 'Sunday Afternoon Dec: 21st — 2 Showi—at 2| .;' and -I O'clock j j All Money Received Will Bel their intimate j Turner-Over to tliq Goodfel-i Cl it I) of Blythcville. PirtiNY— Vnn Camp, No. 2'/ 2 Can .- . 2 Cans Confectioner' or Brown Pound Gum Drops, Chocolate & Mixed Pound 24-ib. Sack Uncle Ned 24-lb. Sack Fern Leaf Toniiito 24c LARD Compound I'ound 12k SPARE RIBS Home Killed I'ound 12ic MACARONI or Spaghetti I'lv!,'. PURELARD PIG LIVER Fresh for CHRIJTMA5 »i>'. Chr|sttpas Trtc..._ ....,'. 'Tjjt'".' Inlerhv;dtate ' 'aiiH "Senior ChrlKlan Endeavor society ol the Fitrt (Prestyterian church hid R | Ctirisunas.ptirty at the social rooms j ' ' . of,: 'tfie church. last evenlng'wit a^ppifancir.cfveu 1 '-! Ow.^ a ' ith the i ils •itira'r.:- beauUfuljV • ' . 1 'Miss Delia i'ii:-!i! i. :.i i'»n Dyke's : story of. ''The 'Other \Yisc Man" and ! • the' 30 -present sang Christmas car- : ^ijirs:- Bo^ney . W L. Bannister and ! Mri';T.7;Ov'.'Scal 1 ^were..guesisiOf : ' Mri; Max', B. Reid Tnursday after- We extend an invitation io svcryone to visit Fisher's Bakery bcl'nrc Chn.^linns. We have thu best and most rtclicious rakes, plus, and pastries evn- sold in Bly.theville. Fisher's Dolnxe Fruit Cakes are tlic best on the market,, horn.-made and are triiia'antced to saibfy the mosl delicate taste. 80c per pound Our Dixie Fruit Cakes arc full of nuts, fruits and tasty things. Only -lOc'in-r pound. Fine decorated two or ihreo lavc-r cakrs from 00^ to 31.00 cacli. Two layer cakes—Chocolate. Cocoamil. CaraiiK-l. Pineapple, anil nut. a" flavors at 50c each. \Vc also have l);vils Kurd 1111( | AIIJJC! Food Cake- in ,iny sixe ranging fv (11 n •>:*• | () Si.OO. We make any kimi <if c u k,- t,, order and to please you m pna>. i|iiar.lity. and quality All kinds of pi^ (!) inch •.,.;,., MotherV'). nill'^- cakes, fruit rolls, an.l Kisl.er's Famous Fro^v Doughnuts. Danrlee and Mary Jar.o IJrrad. Saiulwicli l)ivad <»f all kinds'.. Ord-iv :mything oiiiin'cled with a bakerv- We havc.it!.— TRY fS anj Cai'toou. , Adni.—10 and 2oc. ver-Good Whole SAUSAGE Country Pork . Pound 15c 12ic BEEF ROAST Hill. !.b. 15c. Brisket, J,b. NECK BONES BACON PORK CHOPS

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