The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 9, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 9, 1930
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: PAGE TWO RLYTHEVILLR (ARK.) 1 COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEITEMBER o, 1930 Items of Personal Internet SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Society Calendar Wedw*d»y The junior; high school Parcnt- TMcncr association will have Its (irsl meeting ol the year Weones- uay aiiernoon, 3:30 o'clock, In trie auduoUuru building. ot the Junior high All mothers • of pupils entering tills .school, and old members, aru' urged to attend. Members ol the executive board will meet In the principal's office at i'.W. Mre. Matt Monaghan jr., Is liav- Jng a bridge parly. Mrs. W. H. Mtnyard Is having the Wednesday Bridge club. There will be a cottage prayer meeting at the home of Mrs. George Muir at 3 o'clock. ' « ' Friday The Adult department o[ the FiisL Methodist Sunday school will have a party at the cnurch for members and prospective members of these three classes. Trie'Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church Is meeting at the home of Mrs: T. H Hayncs at 7:30 o'clock for the election vol officers. Mrs. Omar Lutes will also be hostess. two "little sisters" of Die club who were supported last year. This action was taken at a meeting last evening at the Golf hotel. The feature of the meeting was the talk by Mrs. H. L. Reynolds, president, (who returned Sunday from a tour ot seven European countries and a meeting at Geneva, Switzerland, where an international organization o( the Business and Professional Women's club was formed. She represented Arkansas at the meeting also attended attended by 150 other, incmburs o! the United States group who made up the three parlies which met at Geneva after louring various parts of Europe. A detailed account of the nu'Ct- ing, also attended by women le-.r.l- ers In European altalrs, and | glimpses of wonderful sights and experiences made an interesting talk. Armortl P. T. A. (Association Begins Ytar's Activities. In preparing for the year's activities as one of the outstanding Parent-Teacher associations ol Mississippi county, the Armorcl group, of Ihe community seven miles east of here, will liave a meeting of Its executive board Thursday afternoon at the Armorel hotel. Mrs. J. R. Steadman, president, will be hostess. Members ot the board are: Mrs. J. R. Stcadman, president; Mrs. M. S. Burge, first vice-president; Mrs. Jessie Ridenour, second vice- president; Mrs. R. A. Ncal,-secre- tary; Mrs. W. N. William, treasurer; Mrs. Alice Womack, program chairman;- 'Mrs. D. R. Garner, membership chairman; Mrs. T. S. Williams,- hospitality chairman; Miss Marguerite Matthews, finance chairman; Mrs. G. G, Ashby, pub- lication'chairman; Mrs. W. C, Wall, social and mental. hygiene chairman; Miss Bob Williams, publicity' chairman; Mrs. Cozene Blackwcll, child welfare chairman;. Mrs. J. G. Manes-, pre-schbol chairman; Mrs.. Leonard^ Smith, home" education chairman;-Mrs. C. E. Crlggei, historian.' • • * Circles Us* iPray«r in Bits of News Mostly Personal flERELYAflffltR OF' The circles ot. the First Presby- terian'church auxiliary concentrated "on "Prayer" at their meetings Mpnday afternoon In cooperating with the-evangelistic meeting hi progress at thls''chu'rcli. Circle 1 was entertained by Mrs. Ruth -Marian when Mrs. T. J. Mahan conducted the devotional period and Mrs. W. H. Easley led the prayer service program. There were nine members In attendance. Mrs. H. G. Holder entertained eight members of circle 2 when Dr. Samuel L. Joekel of Austin, Texas, who is "conducting the meeting, was the honored, guest.-He used a part of Romans for his devotional :. _dy and Mrs. C: M. Gray disc --ed "Synodical Missions" In the Ihlrd group Mrs '. lie Hooper was hostess to the .-. .n members and three visitor*. >...s. C. O. Smith drove to Memphis today with his son, Carllon. who will enler Bianham-Utiijlu's Military academy at Spring Hill, Tenn. •, ! Miss Bessie Slsson, oi Greenville. Mo., Is ihe guest of irlcnds here for several days. George Moore, of Memphis, was a .visitor In the city last night. Bobble Luttrell, who Is employed at DeWIlt, Ark, has arrived home for several weeks visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Lultrcll. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Farr and two sons have returned to then home In Memphis after n visit with Mrs. Farr's parents,- Mr. and Mrs. T. H, Hayncs. Mr. Farr came up lor ihe week-end while other incm- beis ot his family were here for a I week. • • Misses Margaret Mahan nnd Mary Louise Taylor were visitors In Memphis Monday afternoon, Mcsdames J. A. beech, OltoKoch- tilzky, C. W. Allllck nnd Russell Phillips S|XM\1 Monday in Memphis. Tne Rev, and -Mrs. Harvey H. Orr 'and family, of Uichwood, W. Va., spent last night with Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahan cnraute home. Mis. Orr and daughter, accompanied by her mother, Mrs, Mary Collins, have been In Blytl'.evllle and Hot Springs for the summer while the Rev. Mr. Orr was touring the Holy Land. He came to Hot Springs several days ago and they arrived here late yesterday by motor. Ht was ..pastor ot-. (he First Presbyter- Ian 'church tor several years. • " Mr.',and Mrs. CJ. W. Allllck have as iheir guest, Miss Mary Hampkin, ol Dyersbure, Tenn., who will b2 here until Wednesday. Miss Winifred Goodrich, Billy Coolcy and R. N. Hill Jr., accompanied by Miss Hazel Kleeman o! Manila left yesterday for Conway where- they are lo attend Hendrlx i W. B. Tanner was a business visitor in Cairo Monday. Mrs. Gesrge Carney is leaving Gtf HLl? WM<?r info ninT it) dOTrllllG Constance Cummings Newest Cinderella of Film World Osceola Society—Personal Wilson Society—Personal Forty mothers intended, the Ilrst incelhi!! lor Ihu term ui Ihe grudu school I'arcnt-Teuchurs association here yesterday morning and sponsored a shuwer to provide equipment lor newly instituted cat- I clcrla. .Regular meetings will bu I held on the lourth Wednesday al- i Uniuon ot each month, presided j over by Mrs. II. A. Behrcns, president. - I Other oillcers ol the organization this year are Mrs. J. B. Dunn, lir.a vite-prciUk'iil; Mrs. John H. Miller, socund vice-president; Mis. Liturgc Ballonc, secretary, Mrs. G • II. Si'gravc.-i, treasurer. Pilli'i-ii members attended the mission study mealing ol the MethuiJIsl Women's Missionary society ycslciday, with Mesdames John Udringlun. J. T. Wlllcoxon. and G. 1). Scgrave.s Inking part in thu lesson on missions in India, led by Mrs. C. M. Harwell. The Christian Workers, woman's organization of the First Christian church, were entertained at. the home ol Mrs. T. L. Young yes tcrdny iitlernoon. Hon. S. L. Ulndlsli was a business visitor in Memphis yesterday, Mrs. Claud Thom.i.son nnd children returned Sunday from Mcm- ihis, where they have spent the just two weeks vislilng Mrs. Thomison's mother, Mrs. J. E. Tucker. Mrs. H. A. Behrcns and small laughter, Betiie Jce, spent ycster- iay shopping in Memphis. Hev. and Mrs. Barnclt and Heny Uay from Lcpanto attended the ncctlng ol the workers council ol he Mississippi Cotintj 1 Baptist association here yesterday. Other visitors In attendance included P and Mrs. Tyler mi.'i Mrs. Austin ol Manila, Kcv. Maimwarlng and Dr. Oscar Barksdftlc of Wilson, Mesdames- Garner, Tale, Ashley ami Wiyyiabs ol Armoiel, Ur. A. S. Harwell 1 nnd John'U. Lane of Bly- Ihevlilc. Misses Llnnle and Lucille Welch, daughters ot Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Welch of Osceola, entered Jones boro Baptist college at Jonesboro yesterday. .Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Sangstei have as their guest this week Mrs Sangstcr's Intucr, Rev. W. G. Hayncs ol Ripley, Tenn. Miss Alpha Hansin, Icachcr ol the business department in the Os- ccula high school arrived . Sundaj evening and louclher with Miss Nan Frances Warren of .Tyronza who is'returning as « member u the grade school faculty, will'be a' Thursday for several weeks visit lo points In Illinois and Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Bc-rum have as their Guests, Miss Kathryn t | 1( , cnul . c h j Greene and Thornton Matthews, ol JIlss Eyla MoElyea, Ted, Cotnci and Blanch Beale, who arc attend- in!; schocl at Joi'.csboro, spent tin week-end at hume. Paul Wiggins spent Sunday ii llayti and was accompanied liotn by his wife. Lowery Paco, Cussie Clayton, Richard Ferguson, l.esla Porter, and Mrs. Pace drove to Memphis ' humu at Kkron News Notes Misses Myrtle and Myrcl Wyatt p«n Sunday with . Misses Cara and Aitdie Mayc Hailey. A 'large- crowd attended Sunday school last Sunday. Misses Elbie and Alblo Ilyans Thursday night with Dcrulhy Will- ' la ins of Driver. -• > • Johnny Malicr, Wesley Hollman I? of Wilson were guests of the Mlties ' 'l Irene Nichols and Allheo Wilson ' " Thursday night. Miss Wiiscn. has been the hojsejjucst of Mrs. E. o Cook for the past month but u returning to licr home. . Blythoville visitors Saturday Miss Sis Watson Is spending ' night. Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Gilliam of Ovle Davis Austin and Qosnell visited Mrs. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Eli family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hami> Austin. Misses Hulh, Maggie and Ollic llyans were visitors in Lcachville Sunduy. Miss Gertrude Carter, who has been visiting friends and relatives at Houston, Miss., returned home last week. Misses Ollic and Eflic Maye Ryans visited Miss Annie Lou Austin Saturday afternoon. Misses Florence and Myrtle WJ1- coxson attended D. Y. P. U. Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Jerric Franklin of ell spent Sunday night with their llicr, Mr. George Carter. Mrs. Daonic Vanlandlngham of custon. Miss., is visiting her bro- ler, Mr. Ilamp Austin and family. Mrs. Ovie Davies and daughter, TS. Jesse Gilliam visited Mrs. amp Austin Sunday afternoon. Mr Jessie Gilliam and Mr. Bill avis attended the ball game in tylhcville Sunday. winter In Dccring, Mo., where she .' Is attending school. Orls Childs and Mrs. Anderson motored to Memphis Saturday ij~~ £hop. Walter Woolen of Como, Miss., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nichols Saturday. Misses Wilson and Mancr and ' Mrs. Cross of Wilson were guests at Keiser Thursday. . . Mrs. West, who has been ill for - sonic time, died Wednesday. CONSTANCE CfSLMINGS Ily DAM THOMAS N'lvA Service Writer HOLLYWOOD.—Hollywood seems .0 be overflowing with fairy god- IIUIIUTS these days—and they ccr- ..iliily are doing well by their lit- .le cinderellas, too. l-"!rst it was Frances Dee, the ex- .ra yirl who had more experiences Hum Cinderella ever dreamed of when u'.'.u ,vns selected as Maurice :hevalior's lending lady. And now Constance Cummings, M-year-old Seattle girl, has gotten the same of a break. She has been signed by Samuel Gold ivy n to play opposite Ronald Colman in his newest picture. Beautiful, blond Constance never stepped in front of a motion pic- .ure camera until a few weeks ago when she was asked to take a test for Iho part of Colman's leading lady. She didn't even have the extra experience that Miss Dee had. 'Then how did sric ever happen to Mrs. John" B. 'Milli-i" ~ chosen for such a choke rule? Sunday. The Mctocdist -revival closed Sun- several additions to Louts, who expect J" i' hcme tonight. • iro-! Miss to return votioual lessons, from Ron Mrs. Hooper led the prayer p: ""us. Robert E. Lee King was in «»'"" , c - Sims" and family | Tenn., is visiting her sisler, Mrs. I'Ol Mrs. Sinclair^ rclurn-.'d to Wilson aller a wo;k's visit with her father. Dr. Curry at Bolivar, Miss. !his your, uihcr members of th faculty who rctnrncit for the open- Ing ot s-hool yesterday are Miss-.-, LiOla McCorvcy of Conway, Ark., and Martha Wellman of Cape Gl- rurdeau, Mo., wlso will board at Mrs. C. C. Bowen.'s; Prof. Br.ulley I Sebastian of Brinkley, who will re- Uirnc to Mrs. P.'J. Eemmes .lenco and Prof. John Adkinson oi Bcrryvilie, Ark.,, who will board a. Mrs. W. I'. S:imse's. •Mrs. Frank Morrow and children returned Saturday from U)i Angeled and Catalina Island. Cal.. where they tpenl the past two months vi>iting Mrs, Morrow's fa- charge of the devotional In circle 4, which met with Mrs. Guy Walton, when nine members and a guest, Mrs. Ross Stevens, were present. "Ijlome Missions" was the subject used by Mrs. L. S. Briscoc for the program. In all the circles, delicious refreshments were served. « • « Hear Program. The 22 members of the woman's missionary soclely ol the Firs', lielhodist church who met at the church Monday afternoon for the monthly program meeting heard a varied program in which music predominated. Wilh Mrs. W. I. Dcnlon as leader, Mrs. H. E. Neblctt used the 01 Psalm for Ihe devotional study and I also ottered prayer. Mrs. Georrje M. Lee, accompanied by Miss Car- clyn Haley, sang a solo, Woodrov. Fisher played the violin with Mis.; Kathryn Grear as accompanist. A paper on "Mcthodisl Schools ir Cuba" by Mrs. Herman Cross and a prayer by Mrs. T. J. Crowder completed the program. The hostess served a delicious ice course. » * * Daughter Born. Mr. and Mrs. DC.wcy Ford, formerly of .Blythcvllle and now ol Pass Christian, Miss., announco the birth of a 'daughter on September 1. The baby, »Vio weighed nine and a hall pounds, has been named Marina Helen. Have Hfctlng. i. ... There" were 13 members and one visitor at the meeting of the mls- sionary.society, of .the Second Baptist church Monday, nt the ho"mc;of Mrs. Pleas Kimcs. In using the 28th chapter of Mallhev: for the 'devotional,.Mrs. W. M. Blaylock had the women sing "In the Garden" and prayers were cT--~i by Mrs. 'Ben Harrison, Mrs. Leslie Moore and Mrs. Mary McAllister. A short business session con dud cd the meeting. Bu si nets We«>«» He»r \ . of Europe*!) TtitTeis. Members of the Business and Professional Women's club will pay tuition and furnish books for the Mr. Sinclair met her in Memphis. Mr. Recce has returned from n Memphis hospital where she has for about two weeks. to her home in Augusta. Ark., alt-1 "™ k °' i *™ 1 ?'."! Ia J nlly1 fl '°"! cr a visit with Mr and Mrs. Al , Balesvlllc were visiting friends and two weeks. i).,.., Mrs. Lena Winters has returned j" ck o - Nnal . llul Lloyd Hilt is allencilnj lo business in Piygolt this week. Mrs. James Brownliclci and chil Wilson received a nice rain Sunday afternoon, 'ihoina.s Chanlfor of Jonesboro dren, ot D.-lroil. Mich., arrived to- spent Sunday in Wilson us guest day for a week's slay Midi Mr. and | of Mrs. W. M. McFiirland and (am- 1 Gladvs Clavton. ther ami sis:er. Mr. and Mre. Cecil Deason haw lo their home in Birmingham, Ala., after a visit wllh Merrill Miller, having returned with Miss Miller -last week from Grove Hill, Ala., where she visited iclativrs. Mrs. Deason will ue remembered here and in Blythevih. as Miss Virginia Price. Miss Vivian F.ilrley lias returnu from an extended visit with he giaiui;urcnts in Princolon, Mo. .Miss Virginia Florida is in Mudl- Eunville, Tt'iin., for an cx(cn:ic* visit uith her sister, Mrs. W. E. il.i Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Moore and Miss Gladys Uobertbon have returned Irom a visit to Colorado and other |M>lnts ol interest in the wctl. Mrs. H. T. Brandcnberg and | Miss Inez Short spent Sunday and | Monday In Memphis. 10 .Days Only J-RtDKlCS' V1T.WOXIC I'l-UMAMJNT $6.50 10th 'Till Sf\i(. 20th Scjil. Mi'c..McAdains 13eauly Shop 28S for 161 S. 1 Veil, it happened in this way. From ic time she was a high school girl i Coronado, Calif., Miss Cunnningr, rid become an actress, t flrsi she took part, in school lays. Alter her tjiadu.ition she layeil two small bits with the on end licr family, having rclurn- d a few rlnys 1150 with Mrs. i\ia- oti aiici her children, -who spent evcral wecl:s liere, guests of Mrs. Uason's mother, Mrs. O. T. Florida.! Colman picture. Savoy players in San Diego. Thei ihe went to New York in hopes ol doing bigger things. Scores as Understudy During 1928 and 1929 Constance secured work in the choruses o several musical productions due to her ability as a dancer plus a beautiful face and perfect tigure. Las spring she secured a small role In "Jijne Moon" and understudied Lineta Watkins, who >vas playing tlr lead. One day Miss Watkins wa taken ill and Constance played hei lole for several days and thus wai brought lo Goldwyn's attention. I screen and voice test resulted and Constance was brought to Holly wood. "I think Miss Cunuuings Is on of the real finds of the year," Gold wyn told me. "If I didn't think sh was exceptionally good 1 neve would let her play the role of Co. man's leading lady, nor would have signet! her to a five-yenr con tract. Those two things si>cak fo I hem selves." His Choices .Successful If the past can be taken as an criterion. Miss Cummings certain is due for a long ride in this fill racket. It was Goidwyn who brou^h Vilnm Banky to this country ai it was us Colman s leading lai that she enjoyed most of her cess. It was also Golitwyn wl brought Lily Damita here (ro France and she got her start in Driver Grove Mrs. Maude Springer and Mrs. :ira Hall attended the last day ol chool at Half Moon Friday. Richard Hall was the guest of harlle Springer jr., Thursday lent. • Earl Shaneyfelt and Ted Brook ere the Quests of Charles Sprtng- r Wednesday Wednesday night. There will be services at Driver irove next Sunday at 11 o'clock . m., also evening services. Evcry- ne invited. Urpver .Wiseman is improving tier a few days Illness. ifr.' Thurman Wilson is on the ick list this week. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ray and ftim- ly have.moved to Ekro'n where thej vill make their future home. A large crowd attended the bal ;ame at Eliot, Swain's Sunday. This community was greatly ben- iflttcd by a good rain Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bitfham mbt- ired to Clear Lake Sunday morning. Troy Bighani was the Sundaj guest of Russell Springer. Mrs. Mamie Richardson of Ely heville was the guest of her moth cr, Mrs. Bertha Brock, Sunday. Mrs. Paul Russell spent Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Kan Sweat, Sunday. A large crowd attended church md Sunday school at Driver fjrov last Sunday. Church services wi be continued throughout the wee!' Keiser News Mrs. Robinson and daughter Mai garct, Mr. West and daughter Hcl en motored to Memphis Wednes day. Johnny Maher of Wilson is work ing i:i the drug store while tl druggist is on vacation. Misses Amer Tnylor, Tomm Sherrick, nnd Mr. I'igg, teachers a the Keiser school, have returned their duties. Miss Margaret Robinson spei I t. Louis Miin, Relieved of Painful Stomach Ailment, Eagerly Praises New ./ Medicine MR. GEOSGE FISHER "I suffered from stomach trouble • r a number of months," said Mr, • George Fisher, 1348 Cass avenue. . St. Louis. Gas formed and I bloated terribly after meals. -Pa'n; ir . • •:he abdominal region cauied hourj-,. of agony. Extreme nervousness, frightful headaches, and inability!, to sleep at night, had worn mi: . . down until I was utterly discouraged. "A friend had received such won- • . derful results from KoujoU that I- -• was moved to give it a trial. After •'. I had taken six botles I vas amazed at the change brought about in my condition. No more illness for , as long as 1 can get Konjala. 1 ... have gained twelve ^'pounds 1'' weight and my appetite is excel-. „ lent. Stomach, trouble Is h&w a'thi'ng . •' of the past and T now enjoy living . os I formerly did." Taken regularly, over a six to • eight week period, Konjola is daily doing for thousands all thai it did fcr Mr. Fisher. Certainly such a medicine is worth a (rial by sufferers from ailments of the stom- ., ach, liver, kidneys and bowels, and . ' rheumatism, neuritis, and nervous- • ness. Konjola is sold hi Blythcvillc, Ark., at Kirby Drug Stores, and ' • all the best druggists In all towns' . throughout this entire section. Anti-Pain Pills When you are suffering ' HEADACHE and NEUnAtGIA Use Dr.-Miles' Anti - I'ain Tills for prompt relief. Muscular I'ains and Functional Fains —even those so severe that they arc mistaken for Rheumatism, Sciatica, Lumbago— arerclieved quickly by Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills. 24 tSU 2£ f csU You want prompt relief. Ur. Milrs' Anti-l'ain l>ills relieve t ic pains for which we recommend them. They do not upset tliu stomach, cause rririslipation, or leave unpleasant after tfttct.s. A r>ackaj;r' in your medicine cabinet, pocket, ,, r har.(]|,aK, means lc\vcr achca ,i r /l paiii^, mater en- loyment, rr,wc. ftfficicnt work, less loss of UrrKj. Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills have been used with;-.3 for thirty 3. Ctt thes it 700* dreg slwe Promises fill no sack"— : ,f it is TASTE and not words you enjoy in a smoke R v-milder an<4 better tas © 1930, LIGGETT i Mycss TOBACCO Co. ONE will always stand out I \

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