The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 11, 1930
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fAGlTWO KLYTHRVILLK, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER. 11, 1036 Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Society Calendar Frid«y Tiip Adult department First Methodist Sunday school will have » party »<• ' h ? church for members' and prospective members of these, three classes. The Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church is meeting -at the home of Mrs. T. 11 at 1:30 o'clock for the election of officers. Mrs, Omar Lutes will also be hostess, Lehman-Brandon. Announcement n as the engagement and niade ot approaches riEfday afternoon. A yellow and green color motif predominated In the early autumn flowers and dainty salad course served. Miss Gladys Hardldn assisted the hostess in serving. Mrs, G. E. Keck won tho high score award, a framed trench .etching, and second hoiic-ra went to Mrs. \V. C. Higglnson who received n dressing table ornament. For low score, Mrs. 0, P. Mots 'received a silhouette. j The only out of town guest wat I Mis. 'Den Vinyard, of Capo Glrar- dean who is tlic houseguesl of Mrs. Everett B. Gee. 01 111 1' marriage ol Miss Ellis Brandor Poplar Bluff, Mo., to Mr. WT J. Lohman, of New York cl: wedding to be solemnized Oclv: At luncheon when the anno 1 ment was made, Mrs. Berij Brooks jr., formerly of here nnd re of Memphis, assisted the hostess in Mld-Wrrk Club to Kf&iinic P.irllci 1 . i-1 Tile Mid-Wcck Bridge club will begin Its weekly liiiicheon and card games next Thursday after having U- disbanded for the summer mouths. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry will be hostess (o the first o(falr of the winter iccclving her guests. There were also out of town guests from Cairo, 111 Excelsior Springs, Centrulia. Walker-Austin Daroit, St. Louis and Little RorX 1 Miss Alun ^ The bride-elect has frequently Bvron Wttlltcr visited Mrs. Brooks and her moth- ' er, Mrs. Allan Walton, ot the!home here. Moody-Perry. Tlic marriage of Mrs. Arlctlii 'crry and Mr. L. M. Moody, both 1 Dell, took place yesterday .will; Justice E. U. Walker performing Austin and I i of Blythevllle, were married yesterday by Justice Oscar Alexander. Party 1'lanncd Students of the Second floor pf the Sudbury grammar school had lljelr first assembly yesterday afternoon when J. P. Morrcll, of the \ w ceremony here. Safety council of the Frisco railroad, was the principal speaker. After his talk he asked lliat the pupils consider the organizing ol a "Careful Children's Club" in which a plan, endorsed by this railroad, ' will be used. Mrs. J. H. Webslcr led the stng- ins and 8 teacher who Is a recent btide, Mrs. Cecil G. White nee Miss Allcan Booker, was introduced. Plans were announced for an Informal reception nnd "family party" Friday .night, September, IB when the parents, of.the students will be hcnored guests. Th<;rc -will be an hour's- program, refreshments and other entertainment, for which thee will- be. no charge, according to Charles A. Stubbs, principal. This party will be tho first of a scries to be given throughout the Echini-year !.n cooperating with the parents and teachers. Bits of News Mostly Personal \ntliony-l.nYiie. The Rev. J. W. Tliointison, ot Leacliville, performed tho carriage ceremony Tuesday when Miss Un- cc V. I.nyne and Mr. John. L. Anhony, both ot that city, were unit- I •d In marriage. Kappa Alpha 1'lii Will Sleet Tonight. There will be a meeting of the Kappa Al|iha Phi fraternity tonight, 7:30 o'clock, in the American Legion room of the court hoi'ise, a'ccprding (o announcement macU by-Benulc Bcrficld, president. Miss Helen Hall and . Lee Macadoo Married Club Entertained When Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard entertained-the Wednesday Bridge club yesterday afternoon snr also had Mrs. R.'D. Bandy, of Newport Miss Mary Louise Taylor aruUMiss Margaret'Mahan as guests. Hosiery, the customary club prize went, lo Mrs.'E. C. Patlon nnd Mrs Bandy received .a hooked rug fo; guest honors. - "i • .- ' The hostess served n dellciou plate luncheon of chicken salad perminto sandwiches, chocolate cookies and iced tea, « * • Given Farewell Party Mr. and Mrs. Qeorgc Mitchell, who moved to Memphis today, were complimented with a farewell party given last evening by'Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Bugg at their horne on East Cherry street. The six couples there had a delightful evening with cards and dancing and later delicious refreshments were served. LUXORA, Ark.—Monday, Sept. 8, MUs Helen Hull and Mr. Lee Mac- adop were married In the home of Magistrate Elliott Williams, in ths presence of a few friends of the couple. They will make their future home in O'Donnell's Bern! where the groom Is a successful fanner. Osceola Delegates Go to Party Convention OSCEOLA, Ark., Sept. 11,—J. T Coslon, judiciary commilteeman Brute Ivy, railroad committceman and J. L. Williams, G. B. Segrave red S. L. Gladish, defoliates trom the Mississippi County Centra committee, left yesterday after noon to attend the meeting-of thi state Democratic Ccntnil commit tee in Hot Springs today antl to morrow. Mrs. A. Cl. I.ll'.lc nxs "gone to West Ilclcim where *lie will be t!'.5 guest ol her diu.ghicr, Mrs. J. K Garner, ni'.il family, (or a week- Sanies Joseph. K. C, Coulter and Sam Flornwn speni yesterday in M:miihis. Dr. A. M. Washburn. director of [lie county licalih unit, Miss Sallie M. Crow, nurse, and O. Siion yo, sanitary Inspector, are In Little Rock fur several days attending the (iniiual meeting ol members of the county hcuItli units throughout the Btate. Mrs. C. W. Speer lias relumed to her horns in Memphis after several days visit with her sister. Mrs, L. D. Cliambltn, and family. • Mrs. I'm! Smith and son, l-'rcd jr., of Helena. uho sixml (.lie pas', week with Mr. and Mrs. Ho IJnnnlbler and mother, Mrs. Mar> Little, returned name Wednesday Dr. W. H. Mi'CiUI. who moved to St. Louis recently, attended lobns- Ines shore yesterday. Miss Elizabeth Uiythe, who hir been ill several days, is no belts: tcday. Mrs. Berry B. Brooks jr.. Memphis, will arrive Saturday fo several days slay with her molliui Mrs. Allan Walton. ' B". A. Lynch returned today from Columbia, Mo., where he accompanied his son. Ilcrt jr., who enrolled at the University of Missouri. Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tiplon pent yesterday in Senalh. Mo, Mrs. Lnlah Swift, Mrs. Dave La- icy, Mrs. J. W. Borum and Miss 31nnche Clecrc, of Osccoln, were In :ie city last evening. Mrs. R. D. Bandy and claugh- cr, Miss Jnne, arc returning to heir home In Newport tomorrow ftcr,having been guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. O. Pulton for a week. Mr. »nU Mrt. ration will accompany hem to Jonesb:ro. Matt Monaghnn jr., and E. C. Patton attended lo business in Memphis Wednesday. C. A. Tant Is tiansatthiE business in Piedmont, Mo., for a week. Jack Ellis, who has been quite 111, is better loday. Mrs. I. Rosenthal, of St. Louis, is visiting her son, Paul H. Rosen- thnl, a:id family for several days havlnc come down for Hie opening of the Grand Leader. Miss Lois McClure lias relumed to Montgomery, Ala., after having been the guesl of her sister, Mrs M. O. Usrcy, and family, for.Ecv ernl weeks. !. Miss Fiances Rc-scntha!, ot S! Louis. Is expected to arrive tonlsli to visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Ros enlkial for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Dwlght H Blackwoo< and daughter, Miss Virginia, Imv returned io their -home in iJltl Rock after several clays vl*it her as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarenc Wilscn. They.went liome via New port, where they attended the ne 1 bridg opening celebration. M Ulackwcad, wlio is state hlijhwn commissioner, lived her? and at Osccola lor a number ol years. W. A. Voss,, of St. Louis, Is a luslness vltllor in the city today. Miss Marguerite Trlcie left last ilijht for Portland, Ark, where she s to teach Latin in the high clioal. A. Crafton, who lias been ill In Jttlo Rcrk," Is now Improving, but sill remain there longer'for treat- ncnl. Mr. and Mrs. George Mitchell went lo Memphis tcday where they will make their home. Osceola Society—Personal Commerce and finance of the Unl- crslty of Alabama. Mr. and Mrsr, Clias, Lawrcnce~Jr. and D. Fred Taylcr were guests of Miss Albeta Shcaron at a dinner )arty at her.home in Marked Tree asl evening Ely Driver left yesterday for Blue Mountain, Mlrs, wliere lie will re-enter Mississippi Hcii'lUs Academy for the fall term of school. Mrs. J. L. Williams accompanied Mr. Williams to Hot Springs, 1 Ark, yesterday, where he is attending ;hc meeting of tiie st^e gjiiiiocrat.- •t Central Cc-mmlttee today-aiid, lo- nriicw. They will i>r(pbilbly : . re- Mr, atitl Mrs. Godfrey" White niiUn mv tile week-end. . L|icnt yesterday In Memphis. Father^au^htet On Same Faculty Midway Notes Thtrly-lwo friends ol Mrs. L Howlon Including members of tin bildge club to which she belongs and a number of guests, were en- tcrlained ut bridge at, her liome hw ystmlay iiflernoon. • The 10-. ceivlng rooms were nay with summer flowers and each table was graced with a miniature colonial doll, which was awarded as i\ favor lo Ihc high score winner at the table. A delicious salad course wac served following the game and high ctcre prize awarded Mrs. G. E. Sul- Icnger. Mrs, E. M. Jalfc won second high score, Mrs. D. P. Crouch cut consolatkn and low score favor cnt to Mrs. J. A. Plgg, Miss Merrill,Miller k leaving to- ight fpr-.Tntwller, Miss., where she /ill leach' history In the Tutwilcr lisli Sclwor this winter. C. B. Young left yesterday mor Ing for Nashville, Tenn.. where ho ill re-enter Vaiulerbill University s a junior 1 ntlic law department. Mrrs. W. E. Johnson and Email on, Gene, of Liltle Rock lire visit- ng Mrs. Johnson's parents, Mr. ml Mrs. H. L. Driver, here this vcek. Ihey returned Monday with .Irs Tomnilo Florida. Abner Driver, uicl Miss Rose White, who were vcek-cnd visitors In' Llltlc Rock, \lrsr. Florida and Mr. Driver visit-' ng Mrs. Johnson and Miss While .he house guest ot Miss Mary Louse Adams. M1S5 Catherine Huey left Men- lay to enter Central College at 3onway, Ark., where slit will be a student this fall. Miss Kmma Cox had as her gncsls Tuesday evening' Misses Margaret Dngeinaii, Lucille O'Donnell and Billie Adams of Little Reck. John Bnsil Scgrnves Jr., entered Southwestern University, Memphis, yesterday for his sophomore year. He'.was', accompanied by his brother, Nelson, and his' inptuer,' Mrs. G. B. Scgi lives, wlio spent the day In Memphis. Miss Frances Barham left Tuesday evening fcr Sl.-O'hurlcs. Mu.. where siie will be a student again this term at Liudenwoe-d College. Mrs.. Ben Butler spent yesterday in Memphis with her sister, Mrs. Middlctcn Semnies of Leiiantn. w'ln underwent an operation for appendicitis at a Memphis ho.spil;,;. Hlintm Wctnbcrg has reliirm-d tci Ala., where he will boi s year in the school t' 1 . LUXOliA, R. L—Mi', and Mrs. J. A. Lloyd were visitors' In Luxora Wednesday. Ernest Ashabranner i^nd'.family attended church at Lone Oak Sun- djy. ' - . . •;."" ' Mrs. Mallie Rymmi ^nd children visited Mr. andn Mrs.; J.- C. Jones Sunday. > ' Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Thorn were isiturs in Luxora Wcdncctlsiy. Mrs. Ray Wliilo visited Mrs. J. H. lllaylock Monday. Mr iiiul Mrs. Harry Stanford l Reed Crawley were visitors in Mixora Monday. E. M. McDunuld was a visitor in Luxora Thursday. Mr. And Mrs. Dan Moody and iamily and A. J. Hill were visitors i:i Luxoia Saturday. G. W. Slanfrrd, llorton White, J. A. Lloyil. A. J. mil antt L. A Mtix- ^ ell were visitors In Luxora Fri- diiy. W. O. Montgomery -of Manila \iiiu-il A. J. Hill Thursday. J. R. Blnyloeic was -a visitor in I.nxorn Thursday. . . Mr. r.u:I Mrs. A. J. Hill, and Mr. nna MIS. J. C. Jones were visitors In Blylh.'villc Thursday. )«eola Masons Confer 3rd Degree at Lepanto Tliomiuon, Adolph Welnbeig, 1. nvart', M! Uubensletn, John Cowan and Jacob Doyle, other visitors at the meeting Included Oco., past master of the Masonic lodge at Manila. OSCEOLA, Sept. 11.—Osceola Masons comprising a degree team onferred the third degree on two candidates of the llepanto lodge luesday evening, when ten lodges vere represent^ at a meeting here which was attended by an- iroxlmatcly a hundred persons. Fred Stuckey, past deputy gran-I master of tlic tenth Arkkansas district., was master of ceremonies. Osccolans comprising the d?grei team were J. D. Bunn, deputy gland master of the tenth district, W. E. Burlan, master of the Os- 200 who called at tlic local oFIkv ceola lodge, n. N. Wilson, Clan; 'Saturday for the weekly clinic. Continue Administering Anti-Typhoid Serum While the lyptiold fever campaign lias been almost completed in Mississippi county tiistc were. 300 persons given the vaccine hi : various parts of the county sine. Saturday liy members of the county health unit. This includes the SELF -CONFIDENCE Memphian Will Preach at Osecela Next Sunday OSCCOLA, Sept. 11.—The Rev ,1 iinny Taylor of Memphis will c.nrny (he pulpit at. the Firs' Cliribtian L-Imrc-h here at both Hip Sunday morning and tlie Sunday evening scrvicL- on next Sunday." Hospital Notes Mrs. Emma Tillman, Tomato, wa'j admitted to the Blythcvillc hospital am! Fred Fleeiiian, city, dismissed. When you speak of Professor Me- Kia at the University of North Carolina summer school, It- must be made clear whether you mean father or daughter, for Professor George M, abnvo, and Professor Kllznlieth, below, his daughter, are huth mi'iulicrs nf Uic faculty. During regular lerms Professor Eliza- telli is prlncliul of the Peciunt Day Scliool hi New London, Conn. Endorsed By Beautiful Women Beauties who guard .their com- plexiuis use MELLO-GLO Face- Powder only. Fiimousj for purity—-' 1 if> col?rinj matte; 1 is approved by the : tjovu-nment. The sktn never looks pa sly or flaky. It spreads muro_ smootlily .uicl producvs a youthful blcum. Made by a new French process. MELLO-GLO Face Powder stays on longer. Klrby Dru° Store. . Adv.-4 Tusealcesa, a senior LUCILK THQJIAS aniiounces her kinde Call 22C Uic for opening of llonriay. enrollment. \Vhcu your rcd-lilowl^clla arc only 80% j-uu arc not yourself—60% is dangerous S.S.H. ts tlic Ionic Hint li Jnlly lipll>laj; thousands ol ue:ik, rua- diiw n, nrrruuK |ir-o[>le rr^ala tbrlr btr^onlli nail clmriii. If you feel yoursplt BUpnlnc— your cvullilciice wraktrnln^-^^-Ly nul try S.S.b. It! sacce*i>tul record of over 100 yean-Is U g Qur - unlco of suUsructEua. 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Has Its First Meeting A membership drive and the adoption of the state program for tho monthly meetings were highlights in the meeting of the Junior High school Parent-Teacher association . Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. M. O. Usrey, chairman of the program committee, outline* plans for these programs which promise to be of Interest" to all parents with the theme 'The Use of Leisure Hours." Plans tore also formulated for sponsoring the "i:obby Club" for pupils and parents. Sam Branch is chairman ol thU project. In the meeting of the excci''ive teard which preceded the ge: ?ral meeting, Mrs. R. S. Dent jr., t- n- ed as secretary to assume manship of the Finance con. . and Mrs. George Lang was i'.-.. to this office. Mrs. N. B. M.,r. is president. 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