The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 5, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 5, 1930
Page 2
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(AUK.) COURIER NEWS 1930 Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Mi-, and Mrs. J. W. Worthy art announcing the marriage of their youijjest daughter.Vera Nell, to Mr. Jame* U Barksdule, son of Mrs.J.u. Barisdile and the late Mr. J. D. Barjisdile, the wedding having been soleiahlzed Wednesday. August 20, nt the "First Methodist church of Hujbert, Ark. The Rev. F. ( M. Sweet performed the ceremony. For ttie marriage service, the attractive bride wore a frock of white c'repe Elizabeth made with a long, tight fitting v.'sist and flared lines accentuated the skirt which hactan uneven hem line. Tiny tucks made the. only trimming. The young couple continued their mo&r trip to Natchez, Miss., whore they spent a ten days honeymoon at the • plantation home or the bridegroom's family .and also visited relatives, of the bride at Carson, Miss; they are now at the. home of fiae bride's parents on Sycamore slrrtt. Mrs. Barksdale, who came to this cityvtwo years ago with her parents from Rulcvllle,:Miss., attended the cit^hlgh school. Tile bridegroom, wh6" Is the owner and manager of thelGulf Service Station at Main and- Division, has lived In Blythe- vlllf all of his life, being a mcm- b«rof a well known family. He at tended the University of Arkansas at Faysttevllle for three years. SoiBofn A-Tson was born yesterday to Mr. and,}Mrs. Joe D. Halbach at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mrs. Hatoch, who.had been with her parents at Crawfordsvilte for two mcrjlhs following an Illness which confined her. to the Memphis hos- ptia> recently, was Joined by Mr. Haljiach Thursday, Halbach and her two sons Bits of News Mostly Personal Belles and Beaux Misses Justine nnd Jean Johnson, of Maude, Miss., are guests cf Misses Frances and Eleanor Tucker for several days. Beulah Mullins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Mnlllns, who underwent a lonsilcclomy nl the Mom- >hls Baptist hospital yesterday, will •etiirn home today, Her parents are with her. Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Tucker hnve' as their guests, Mrs, Tucker's par- • enls. Mi. and Mrs. J. W. Lake, ol : Maude, Miss., who plan to return' tomorrow. Mrs. B. D. Ferguson and Mrs. O.; C. Gamke, accompanied by Mr. nnd Sirs. Robert Smart of Richmond, Va., are in Memphis today. Lanellc Smart, daughter of Mr.; anrl Mrs. Hersdiel Smart, under- • went a tonsilecomy at the Memphis | Baptist hospital Thursday. Mrs.: Smart will accompany her daughter home today. account of its bland flavor. Com- i blued with tomulccs und chcse, It offers a wcll-llavored main dish of high food value. Squash Ulih In Vitamins There are several vnrlcUis of cnrlly-or "summer" squash nnd they arc good sources of vitamins-. Cymllng cr "pally pan," crook- j neck and marrow, all appear in j market absut the same time and; ore delicately flavored. These var.! ietles v.'hlch are very fine grained | and tender are seldom peeled, It j is nt this s'.age of their develop- i mini that ilicy are rich sources! o( vltiunlns. | Instead of frying or mashing; 'summer squash, try steaming U and serving U with n white sauce lo which cliceec has been added. This is particularly desirable for children. FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY i Margaret Holland, six Wilson Society—Personal Mrs. B. T. Woithy, who Is at the ' daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Among those from Wilson who i Memphis Baptist hospital, will un- Holland, Is one lillle girl who will j intended the b.ill game at Oscesla dergo nn operation for appendicitis be glad to hear Hie school bell for nnd complications' tomorrow. Mr.: she goes to school Monday for the Wcrlliy will eo down In the morning to be with her. Mr. and Mrs. James accompanied by Mrs. J, dale and Mrs. J W Worthy, spent yesterday In East Prairie, Ma. Miss Mary Emma Hood is arriving today from her home In Genlncsvllle, Ark., to begin her work as n teacher in the city schools. Vernlce Webb was a visitor In Parngould during the first of the week. Miss Frances Parker, who has! been at her home In" Fnyotteville i since school closctl In May, has ar- j rived here for the winter term. i Maurice Roseiuhnl visited his i parents in Paragould Wednesday; evening. I Mrs. Floyd While and Iwo sons j returned yesterday after several ; clays visit in Pnragonld, Mrs. R. N. i Wave jr., motored over for them. Miss Frances Miller, a member of the high school faculty, will arrive today after spending the summer at Columbia, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. 'Lloyd Hall, who have been guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. (list time. Her sister, Nancy, is two nnd R half, su she doesn't know Tuesday were George Clay Hudson, Granville Hodge and Don Hudson. Lowry Pace nnd Miss Cassle Clayton spent Wednesday afternoon in Blythevllle. Mrs. Roy Bullard entertained her Sun-joy school class with a party at ther home Wednesday afternoon. Mississippi, Pins Bluff and Little iTr.e children enjoyed several games i 'Jlnrksdale '• wlal 1l is nl1 "bout, both adorn D Barks- miniature golf and e.m Ihcy play? You should see them! 1 Ih 1fir ID. 1UC . basket Concord W. M. Wright, 205' West Cherry j Inniilics return la their normal street, are ooing to Parngould to- lumlly ro ' l!1TC - ,, Menui must b. a y pkumed tliat will bu nourishing Sol Sternbeig, of Card well. Mo., ! nml satlslylnu for the demands o, as a business visitor In the city ^.J) 01 !° r .>l!;\L ; ' n ' ) ?!!" ls -,....=.. will'probably return home In about a month. ': * » • Delegates Return. • Toe delegates from Ihe Dud Ca- son'post of.the American Legion andMts auxiliary returned last night from Fort Smith where they nt tended the annual department inofting. • Mrs. Howard Proclor,. president of the fifth district, woe' reefecterl to this position. Those making the trip were: Mr. andTMrs. Howard Proctor, Mr. anO Mrs." Jim Stovall, Mrs. Edgar Borum,-Floyd White, R. B. Stout, Roscoe -.Crafton, Fielder Perry and E. A. Rice and Bob Dodson who will return today. New" Members Added . Fourteen new members were added ,<b the roll of the Shady Lane Community, club at the monthly business meeting Thursday afternoon.' .There are. jio\v 23 active members.' In arranging for a social affair, Miss Florence Gracy, Mrs. J. W. Holding "and Mrs. H. McHaffcy were appointed as a committee to be hi charge.- This will be given at an early date. • * * Club" Entertained Irf entertaining the Young Matrons Bridge club Thursday allcr- noori, Mrs. Crawford Greene also had. •'several guests, Mesdamcs R. L. Bannister, Joe Trieschman, J. Cecil Lowe, Charles Wylle, Marcus Evrard, W. A. Sticktnon. i Mr. and Mrs. Jimmle Boyd nru Unique Tallies were used for the ] moving lo the residence next to five games playoj with a bowl go- he First' Presbyterian church as ing "Jo Mrs. Thomas Laney for. club hlgll and Mrs. VI, A. Slickmoii received a vase for guest honors. The hostess refreshed ' the three table of ladies with chicken salad, Philadelphia cream sandwiches ana Have Wclrrer Roast A- 1 weiner roast was enjoyed on the Thanks of the. Mississippi river Thursday evening at Barfield when Misses Lucille Brannon, Artie and Irene Eaton, Herman Peck, Carl Davis and John Tyron, madt up the-party. Cold drinks were also served. Rock where they spent a two -.vetks vocation. Mrs. J. L. Stanley, late of Jack; son, Miss., has moved back to this city and Is no.v employed at the Hall Sisters Shopps. SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN after which refreshments were served. Besides Ihe members of the class those present were Rev. nnd Mrs. Manwarrlng, Dr. and Mrs. O. Barksdale. The hostess was assisted In serving antl entertaining by Mr. William Hudson and Miss Lesta Porter. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Counts are j the proud parents of a baby girl who was born Sept. 1. She has been named Clco Jean. Ralph Robinson, Carl Recce and Claude Dobbs spent Labor Day in Memphis. •',, Wiley Hulson visited his brother, Clarence In Memphis the' earlier part of the .week. Misses Ella McElyea and Blanche Beall entered Jonesboro college the first of the week. Richard Ferguson, Mrs. Mattls by SISTLH M;A Kcrvk-c Wrilci- Wilh SeulciuocT conies the end of visits iiml vacations and most j Qnens and Mrs". J' F. Stroud drove 1 Thursday., Mis. H.' C. .Lsrngston and daiigh- ler, Blllie, of Luxora shopped here tortay. ' Judge O. E. Keck and his court stenographer, Charles Piirtlow, will icturn tonight from Jonesboro where they were in court this week. W. M. Scruggs of Memphis, who | ^"^"^ is here for the cotton season, has ,. h i._' r ., nni .,i been in Memphis, several clays. UWci " " n " LU E. W. Kirby who has been 111 is now better. Miss Rosa M. Hardy, principal of the rcnior high school arrived yesterday from Brownsville, Tenn. >iiu _. ___ .„ ....... t ..... _.. She recently underwent a^ major j pi a! m'cd mc'i\rwllT iurn""ii''inio"aJ' to Memphis Tuesday evening wher? . they saw Lynn Everef, Owen just before he left for Little Rock to Join (he navy. Fresh vegetables and fruits should be uscil whenever possibk ter they are at the height of theii season niul therefore ir-expensive. They arc such an important iaclor in kceinng both children and atlults In good health that, they are 1 almost SmlisiiCMsublt. 1 . Caimctl vt'g j ctablts can ue submltttctl if fresn I available, uul vege-1 or [res:i, must be Included if u uaUmccd Jlci is pro- | vldetl. 1 Menus simple in lyp: nnd easy j to prepare are best for [jrowniu i cliildrcn, but the addition of one or two cuurscs to a simple, well Hospital Notes Mrs. B. H. Williams, city, ricrwcnt a tcnisUectomy at tfieBly- L Iheville hnspitnl tociay. Miss Jnr.c! LJalton, Senath. Mo., was also ud-i milled and Mrs. D. G. Doherty, I Eeiuuh, Mo., tlismlssed. I ^Midway Notes LCSORA, R. ).—The Rev. Mr Starrfleld conducted the funeral services' for Gilbert Eaton Satur . dayet Sandy Ridge cemetery. Mr. I Zat«i succumbed at the Baptist' operation and is now convalescing. [ miormnL "company" dinner Ihut will do crcdil lo the moil exact-! ing hastens. A soup, canned or' licnicinadc, or a saLiU nuidc ol ocn as the house Is remodeled. i iicsh fruits or vegetables, will <k Mr. am} Mrs. Victor Bi-iiy and j wonders to embellish a liomf din- son are In Pine Bluff for several! If these materials nrc no; recks. • ;1 t hantl it is amazing how I'ne a;l- Mlss Mary Outlaw, who is a dition ol gnrnishci, rolis'.ics. o: nember of Ihe grammar school • conserves completes antl adds a 'acuity, arrived yeslcrdny allev j festive tot:ch to n men!, spending most of the summer nt! Planning a week's menu in ad- Rector. ; \aiicc saves money, time ami l;i- Miss Belle Whitsitt has returned bor. u checks the tendency to'.vnrj from several days visit in Memphis, extravagant marketing imrl (too- Mrs. Clayton Barnell of ilonslpni I aw!1 5' mtn llmt frantic hurrying "exas. accoL-ipanied by her mother] I when It is nearly meal llu-.c and Mrs. Agnes McVeigh Sarataln, ami: nothing has been planned. Ii. Mrs. Elliott Sartain. of Memphis I many cases il enable one to dour nrc in the city today visiting Mrs! i ble upon cooking process!*. For W. H. Adams and oilier friends i instance, ciiotigh potatoes can be Mrs. Barnett. who was before her! boiled at one time for ihc imnit.- marringe several years ngo. Miss i d'lte "leal and a potato or I For your Sunday D;nncr Saturtiay Special, Assorted ._Two- Layer. 9 inch Cakes for Fisher's Bakery Boys and f;irls save our Bread Wr.ippevs nnd get a Scooter I ncci to take care of the w^.;;'s ;>c- and.-Mrs. Richard Lea of Rosa vis- j itedrMr. and Mrs. Frank Lind Sun-' day." Mr. and Mrs. Chester Wooldridge are the parents of a baby girl born Sunday. Mother and child are co-1 Kir*!, lngsre11 - ' later .Mesdames P. S. Parker of Dog-1 Mr woc<5; Ridge, Ted and John Holland ' of Hall Moon, and A. J. Hill visited Mrs.'Chester Wooldridge Monday. Mr nnn' Mr, o ^ ,.-• , ! more than Ihe pound purchases re dauVhtw N T Klrfhl «' r "rd quired for one meal earlier in the ! Frank or't M?.T wh ?'"« ** m »'' season and cflcct a worm while rranklorl, Mich., arrived home ves- terday. Mrs. Kirshncr ill yi Mr; werij. vi ECU Id h« the £Pos , tr.c L.ols Beauty shop. Wa^inJtL n'r- , riliili l«. ' hcmc " r- , ' nl i i and Mrs. Harry Stanford •Isltors in Luxora this week Mr, and Mrs. A. J. HP! \-trc biisi- ne-,j:visitors in Blytheviik- Monday andjii Osceola Tuesday. There is a shortage of cotton pickers in this community, but farmers., are busy gelling in their crcp !..„. „. „ m . alt "F^ 8 vr I r^ lb ! (; ' i "«»«« or «« * £.. Jit. McDonald was a business ' fer of Memphis M-ncK" ,,-w^ v,sitor in Blythevillc this week. ! Mr. Phillijls' sincr \vh,- c in Leonard and Clarence Hill vlsil- cily they vlsitsd .\l'r. and M I ed B«ss Wooldridge Sunday. j c. Hall, U-.eir e r.-iiidp"rent« — —; 1 flllrl \?re A n -School attendance was made com- puls«>' In Spain 23 long agr> ac j Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hail and 1331;; but there Is only room in 1 -—-'—- n Spanish schools for half the 4,000000 thiMntt'or school age. -j and Nancy . ce mouths ago and Mr. ; ^ each vegetable coxco i:UD mea them iwo months' season and beconvts pUr.uful, its „. , 1 pcssibiUtics must be studied and Kicbaii, who was quite ! carefully worked cut If the hotels better today. . wi(c i- ccc i v cs full value and bcnclil e Wllcoxson, of Para- i rO ni it Vegetables provide n:i eptcd a pofilion n-iiii abundant, varied and sathlactovy diet at low cost, this time of year. It time nnd thought arc fpcnt Us Uicir preparation. The cookins .of vegetables in scool clnkk'cn plnily ol' loiirishincnt" \\i\-- cd milk ])fO- pure, •whole- food. Bennett's asteurizet ll: i ? to save work and fuel. Mild-flav- 111(1 ' crcd vegetables particularly lent! "'• .themselves to this sort cf cookery. a 'vCombined willi a strong-flavoicd '', vegetable, the rcsnll often is "^: pleasant and unusual whole. Tmn- "• Ips and potatoes nrc a time-hon-and Mrs. A. G. Hall. Mr" a 'ni\| - ! " cd wam l llc o{ 5Uch a co: " buia '• H. G. .Wickham ' ' " :tion. ' E' rquash is an excellent daughters, Martha Lee and'^iin- vcgttfblc too often overlooked who Jose.'-hlnc, returned la-t iii"h' , n;c;i ' s arD being planned. I: '•> freai a motor trip to "po!nts' b of j"PECialiy gocxl in combinations on Phone 74 crcd MclOrc Extra Fancy Reds Pound each I\G\ Celery c " i{ °™ staik IQc No. 2 1-2 Can LibbysDeLux ;\E2a r@&n Ih In I Turning ,l V»**ll IK/i «JV I I Ul IHp«J Rutaba£a> *• in Cloth Bags Limit With Groceries 2-lb. box Premiums 25c|Soap T X2 Post or Helloggs 5-lb. can New Souh 39c | Salt 2-lb. box Myles Pride of Illinois 3 Can Limit Eagie Brand can 19c I Snow Drift 3-ib. can Small or 3 Tall 2' 2 I. v. 3 Cans 25c|Sauertat 2 i^25c 24 Pound Sack Fern Leaf 24 Pound Sack Uncle Ned Sack Roiled Rib KHE32F pound 27c | Sausage Cc ;,y |[lb. 15c Sliced 3 Pound Limit | Thick Rib 1b.22c Ciuck Ib. Hie 5 Pound Limit SE23 Brookficld pound 23c Hams Swifts Shankfess Picnics, pound b. 2Tc, Dressed Fryers Ib. 32c

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