The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 12, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 12, 1930
Page 2
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PAGE TWO KLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1930 i Items of •* Personal * Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and'News of Women ClMKS to Meet. The men's and women's adult and tbe"Open Door classes of the First Metoodlst Sunday school will have au^entertalnment tonight, at Ihf clriircli, in the form ol an indoor track meet. Both "old and new" members have been Invited for the unique party to begin at T'.SO o'clock. *• . . Mijbilers With Supper. Ministers With Picnic. Dr. Samuel L. Joekel, of Austin, Texas, the Rev. C. Grier Dav;. o( Osceola. the Rev. Marsh M. la- way, pastor of the First ' >y- terlan church, will be '•• -Q guests at a picnic given ti:i nine by the night circles u( .'.c Wqman's Auxiliary of this coivi -'gallon. The nflair will be - at the church. u. » « f Conference 63 Young Men and Women Are. Going Away to School Sixty-three .young women and mm of Blythevllle are seeking education elsewhere this year, will) most of this number attending college? and universities In ten stales. The state university at Fnyctle- vlll will have the largest representation with nine stitdenls enrolled from here. They are: James Terry, Mike Simon, James Smothcrman, Mnry Elizabeth Robinson, Virginia ' Blcmeycr.Frceman Robinson, James ' Cecil Hole. NorrLs Moon and Qutncy Oliver Alexander. Aial:ama's university at Tuscu- Iccsa is second with six local pu- Iplls. Jess Euercli, Robert Ebcrdt, __ 1 onicrrllCC A — — —' Officers and teachers oMhe First Maurice Gravclte, Delmn Gravettc, ci*"t"n church Sunday school J. D. Wliiwmh and J. T. Sucl- wlll'have the first conference of the bury- fall'tonighl, 7:30 o'clo:k, at the so- Bert Lynch Jr., John Caudill and claY hall of'the church when a wa-i Vivian Diltahunly are attending termcton feast will close the meet- | Missouri university nt Columbia. jn - jVnnderbilt University, fit Nashville, i. • • • iTeim., has Tom Mahan, I'hll Rob- Offtceri Elected' I "'.son and Billy Lawshe for stu- Sirs. Charles Ncwcomb was elect-1 dents. Bessie Ray, Billle Loflin . ed-presldent of the T. E. L. Sun- daf schcol class of the First Bap- nmi Bob Elliott have registered at Use University ol Tennessee at College lor Woiiicn :it Columbus. fi. K. Hill .'r., Winifred Goodrich and Hilly Co 'ley huvc gone to Hendrlx college at Conway; Edith Jairctt, Hct!i:i!iy l-'.iuuiil and Adele Lanjjston a:v esiroliwl at Arkansas A. and M. a'. Jancsboro and Joneso college iif '.lie fame city hat. Avtlc Eaton and liuuy Brown. Emily Tomiiklr.s ar.d Ui-rnice Harwell will attend Cer.'.ra) college at Conway. Jane Buck rcfnlers St. Hnry's at Mempliis, lloliWe Lee King Is attending .sclioo at Monroe, La., U v.m Mahsn is cnroM at Western Military at Alton, III.. Mihon Webb has gone to Tupelo Military Institute, Tupelo, Miss., Carlctou Smith Jr.. Is at Hraiiliaiii-Ilushca Military academy at Siiring Hill. Tenn., Calvin Janlan and Max Christian are unending Jului UrOvui college. Siloam Springs, Jean liredberry has entered Iliudi; Ivecvl Jmiio;' college at Huulcr.scn, Tcnn., tin: Ronald Ralnbolt b at Stale Teach ers college a: Cupe Glrardeau, Mo ttstchu'rch In a meeting last eve- Kncxvillc, B. F. Broaden is attend- nl«B at the church. Other offocers ling the junior college of this nnl- named arc: Mrs. R. L. McKnlght, firg vice president; Mrs. C. O. Hires, second vice president; Mrs. O -K. Muery, third vice president; Mite Cordelia Wllhite, secretary and. treasurer; Mrs. H. E. Barnett, verslty at Martin, Tcnn., and two students at the Dental college of the same school nt Memphis arc Joe Luckett-and Garrett Abbott. To Eastman University, Pongh- keepsie, N. Y.. gees Ben Runyan, teacher; Misr. C. G. Hires, reporter, i Nellie Johns Is to attend Union For the devotional, Mrs. R. L. University at Jackson. Tcnn., Mur- McRjiight read from the eighth'ray Smart goes to the University of chapter of Romans and the songs ' Richmond, Va., Helen Alice Stern- 'Just When I need Him Mcst" and . berg will go to the University of "Loyalty" were used. Miss Cordel ia yilhlte and Mrs. H, E. Burnett offered prayer. ti • « « Southern >ltstory Studied Interesting facts, of southern history featured the meeting of the Elliott Fle'.cher chapter of the United Daughters of Confederacy Iternccn at the home of Notes Mrs. J. M. Branson, city, nn< Mrs. E. Jackson, uity, were admitted lo the Blytheville hospital today. Mrs. Wilson ilcnry, city, was dismissed. Wilson Society—Personal II. C. Davidson and wife returned home alter a two weeks visit vith Iriencls and relatives i nWeb- jtcr Grove and St. Louis. C. w. R-rgu&ou and wife and i lUBliler returned hcme from a j visit In Caniik-n and Tuxnrkann. Mrs. NfattlL 1 Owens, who is cm- tycd l>y the Wilson Cleaning a Pressing Bhup, is taking a few days vacation. , ', C. O. Williamson : was In West Memphis Wednesday on business. Rev. Warren Johnson and' wife were In Memphis Wednesday. • Mrs. Matlic Owens •• and', her mother, Mis. IJavnes nntl Mrs. Sli-ouil were In Blytlievllle Wed- ne.sduy nfteniOvii. Msr. Don Flelcher of lilythcvlllc visited friends In Wilson, Wednesday. C. D. Williamson was lu Memphis Thursday attending to bi ness. , • , FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY 216 California Jonathan Ib. 7'c Celery \ m \,» Stalk lOc RIHS. LUCILB THOMAS announces Uie opening of her kimlerga.rl.en Jlonday; Cull 226 iur enrollment. Mrs, O. C. Ganskc when Mesdames Eugene Dickenson, W. T. Oberst, J. H. ';Smrirt and Marvin Chaupelle wc£e also hcstesses. There were 20 inmbers and Mrs. Robert Smart ol Richmond, Va.,'Mrs. E. D. Ferguson, Mr|" Ncal Simpson, Mrs. W. E: Darby and Miss' Carolyn Haley as guests. Ill the quiz and round table, discussion of outstanding events of southern history, Mrs. James H. Brooks anr.verci; every question correctly. Mrs. O. C. Ganske dls- Oklahoma, Norman, Okla., and Southwestern university at Mem- pis has Elberl Huffman'. Frank Santy is going lo the Missouri School of Mines nt HoJln, Mo., Miss Frances Tucker has become a student m Randolnh-Mncon college at Lynclilinrg, Vn., Misses </ir- glnla Keck- and Mury Calherlua Mnrtin are pupils at Lindcnwocd college, St. diaries, XIo. Galloway college nt Searcy, Ark., wil have Ktithryn Grcar, Vivian Holland and Carolyn Haley. Elizabeth Haley. .Martha Chambers and Frances Evans are to go lo Blue Mountain, Mits., to Blue Mountain college, Mary Grace Hill and Huth Matthews go to Mississippi State Belote, treasurer; Barnes Cross, re- Saiu Frances Holland, monitor; 11 Branch, sponsor. cussed Judnh C. Benjiman,- who., „ x, .&' ' *• had. the distinction of being the 1 IlraiI1 W <^Bli Organized.' only man wh.o served under thre- 1 t " reading club lias been orijaii- , the United States "cabin- -- secon o te ud- :onfederatc cabinet and the ,1',°' schco1 1 " lrier tllc direction of cabinet 'after going to that »«» Lucile Armstrong, the read- c?blce'.s. tl-.o United States "cabinet, the O English county. Mrs. Robert.Smart snug "Mighty Lak,a Rose" by Nevins and "Brown Bird Singing by Hademvocd, accompanied by Miss Carolyn Haley 2e '" -B section of the Sud- arnf.JIrs. R .S. Mott talked of the Confederate Cruisers in concluding riny mornings. the'program. •=-_— Mrs. Jan:es B. Clark and Mrs. Maivin Robinson .were elected delegates to the state, convention In • Heitfia next month with Mrs. Geo. R. Crockett and Mrs. M. Filzsim- inons as alternates. Eflistribution' of the new year bcote and plans for fall and winter activities were also taken up in the business session presided over by Mrs;jw. I. Denton, president. The hostess served a refreshing ice course. ~ ' * * I Class Names Officers. ! The B-82 class of junior high; EChdol organized today with these officers: William Faught. president- Russell Blair, vice president; J< M Arnlintrout, secretary; Eliz? ith Ing teacher. .Henry Wilson was named president; Gordon Ramey. vice president; Eljzabeth Edwards, sccretfiry, and James Scott, reporter. The mecllngs «ill bs held on Fri- Send a label from a can of E.igle Malt to Eagle Malt Extract Co.. Memphis, and receive King 1 Zats Bed Time Story Book Free. KING OF THEM ALL Lettuce Fan Head Green No. 2 1-2 Can Libbys DeLux, Limit, ••••^•MHBHiBi^^BHHWI ..... Ih Vr IPnrn No - 2Can IU. J?C IllOin Manlp Maple Leaf I* Deans, Maxwell House, Canova t> Sunny Brook, 3 Pound Limit No. 2 Can 3 Cans for (tote Gold Medal With Udlb China, 42 Oz. Phg. Whits Star . No. 1-2 Can 2 1-2 Can In Cloth Bags Limit With Other Groceries Hersheys 1 Pound Can 25c Cleanser Old Dut 1 2 Cans "Nerves night.of broken rest . followed by '' Hours of mental or physical strain; nerves tensed almost to the breaking prjint; irritable; unable to concentrate—Another hectic night, and miserable day ahead of you. _Why endnre-it? Dr. Miles' Nervine quiets tte nerves, brings calm arid pousej and pcrmiU re- fresting sleep. Dr. Milca' Nervine is now made in two forms—Liquid and Effervescent'Tablet. Both arc the fiame theri^enticmlly. '„" Large JPacxige |1.00 Fall Chie Begins From the Ground Up This Season! In VICKY new Ipyc of footwear for Kail is rcprcscnlutl in this collection—every new lo:i(lu'r com- hinulion ;ind volur. Asstntblu a fashion-right Khou waixlrohe now, at moderate prices. Kulskins in viiriuns colors, black and brown suede, reptile combinations and patent leathers. Special Showing at $7.85 Tall Can 2 Cans 22c Beans 2 Ibs. 19c 24 Pound Sack Fern Leaf 24 Pound Sack Uncle Ned Leg Ib. 17V.C Forcciuartcr NERVINE Sliced 3 Pound Limit Oihoc Styles / Cordon unt) .Mc(!;illum Mosicry lo H;umoni/e New Fall Pal terns ChiKli'cn's Socks wujjirle Sluw- >ii of Hoys awl (rirls School Shoes Thick Rib Ui. 22e, ;Chui-k i, Dressed Henslb. Dressed Fryers Ib. 5 Pound Limit Caun Ib. 15c Beef Roast Hriskel or Kill for Boiling, Lb 5 Pound Limit Good Shoes and

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