The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 18, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 18, 1930
Page 2
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; PAGE TWO r Items of Personal Interest JU/n'"EVIU.E. (AUK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY,,_SEPTEMBER 18, 1930 SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women CMUUU PUKi ttf Rally D«r. \ Tbfi observance of Rally day on the first Sunday of October and changes In several departments In kMplns up the standard In the Sunday school as set by the Christian Education program comprised the plans made by the officers and teachers of the First Presbyterian Sunday school at the monthly council meeting Wednesday evening, nl the church, On Rally day, when n special offering will he taken, pupils of various classes will also be promoted. A committee was appointed to confer with the session regarding changes in the Sunday school department, so as to meet the requirements. A delicious supiicr was served to the 17 present prior to the business session, • • • » Will Reorganize Senior C. E. Society. > Mebcrs of the Senior Christian Endeavor society of the First Christian church will have a roraantza- llon meeting Friday evening at the social hull when supper will follow the meeting to begin at 7:30 o'clock.' ' The Rev. E. K. Latimcr, pastor, is in charge of arrangements. ' Methodists Allend . . District Meeting. Mesdames-H.-.E. Neblett, W. O. Henley, W. I. Denton and W A. Etickmon attended the district mission study of.Ihe Joiiesboro Methodist church conference at Marked Tree Wednesday. The book "The | Trail of Conquistadors" was taught by Mrs. Elliott of Jonesboro In ! studying the missionary leaders of the district. * • * ' Sipts->r<Mclcy. A marriage •license was issued today to Miss Olndys Mosclcy nncl Mr. Frccman'Sipes, both of Oosnell. * « » Baptist Womtn Attending M«l.'. . • A number ol Baptist women from this clly arc representing the First and Second churches at Luxora today for the annual nicellng of the Mississippi County Baptist Women's association. ' Mesdames C. O. Hires. S. J. McDearman, T. E. King, E. E. Al- cxander.'A. S. Harwell nnd Tom W. Jackson arc from llic First church and the Second church con- regallon is represented by Mesdames E. Z. Nc-wsom, Mary Splccr. Carlos Hlpps, Mary Splccr, Leslie Moore, J. W. Richards, Clyde Ellis, W. M. Blayloct, Ben Harrison Mid S. A. Singleton. Club Members and Guests Knjoy Parly. Members of the Wednesday Bridge club and a number of guests were entertained by Mrs. Ruth Mu- yesterd.iy afternoon. Alter llv? delightful bridge Alines Mrs. \V. H. Minyard won hosiery for club honors nnd the guest award, a similar gift, went to Mrs. Russell Phillips. The hostess served a delicious plate lunch of frozen frull salad. Philadelphia cream cheese sandwiches and coffee. Central P. T. A. to l!:we Study Course. The Central Ward Pnrenl-Teach- cr association will sponsor n three day study course hero October 3 to 8 according to plans made at :i mcetin got this group Wednesday meeting of this group Wednesday torium. Miss Golda Pyte, of Little Rock who will conduct the study on "Parent Education," spoke yesterday. She was introduced by Mrs. Otto Kochtllzky. The president, Mrs. Ira Gray, will be the delegate to the district convention at Jonesboro In November and other members will go. Plans for the membership drive, lilch will be carried out Aux'y .Verniers Invited to Hear liro:xlr;ibl Tonight, Members of the American Legion auxiliary are Invited to the homo of Mrs. R. P. Paddlson tonight 8 o'clock, for the radio broadcast of the American Legion program, according to iiimoimcement mude by Mrs. Scill Rcccl, president. Cnlliolli' Si'liool OrjanUcs Club The local Cu'.hollc school has or- giuiiml a club »> be known as -He Square" ttltli these oiflccrs: Rebecca lihickwcll, president; Elizabeth Abraham, vice president; Daphine Musick, secretary; Mary Lynn Brewer, treasurer; Fannie Lee IVIlew, reporter. Members of the pogratn ccm- mlltee arc: Fannie Lee Ballew, Lllllc Rllcn Mnrlln and Thelnm Fo.x; room committee, Tlulmn Jar- Uce. Nina liarnci and Louise Short. Red, white and blue were selected lor tlie cliiss colors. An Exquisite Showing of New Fall Goods Coats ihc nest monthly meeting, wer: nktn up and a dollar prize awarded to Mrs. Nell Little Bnnnlslcr'H room for having the most mothers n attendance. Mrs. It. N. Ware 1r., was leader of the program. "Leisure Moments" vas Mrs. J. E. Cilia's theme for an i.ddress and Mlrs Mary Ellen Stevens, with her mother, Mrs. C. 8. Stevens at the piano, rendered a voice selection. major operation two weeks ago. She was accompanied by Mr. Worthy and Mrs. Hcrschell Smart who went for her. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Lee King will go to Dexter, Mo., Friday for several weeks visit with thcll daughter, Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson and family. Mrs. Berry B. Brooks Jr., returned to her home in Memphis today after several days slay with her mother, Mrs. Allan Walton. The itcv. E. 2. Ncwsom is visiting his brother in Tunica, Miss, this week. Enroiile home he will consult a specialist in Memphis. Jim Holly of Memphis visited icrc • yesterday, .. MUs Mary Louis Method, who trdcrwc-nt an operallon for aji- jxmdlcltts at the Blythevllle hos- ; Mtal several days ago, is now Improving. friends from both Crawfordsville and Osccola. An afternoon at auction bridge followed the delicious luncheon served at 1 o'clock, and high score prizes were awarded Mrs. Vornon Green and Mrs. Dolph Smith Jr., both of Crawfurdsville. Mrs. Stanley Carpenter of Osceola cut consolation. Out of town guests besides the prize winners were Mcs- dames Dolph Smith sr., Claude Davis, Gladstone Williams, K s. Hare, Will Robinson, J. B. Givens and Allen Avciy. Other guests wore Mesdames H. L. Driver, E. s. Driver, II. A. Bchrens, W. E. Hunt, C. B. Driver, Sallle 13. Hook, J. L Ward, Dick Huxtable and Stanley Carpenter. Mrs. Jim Tom Smith of Little Rock arrived last night for a visit of several days with Mr. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Smith, in Osccola. FIND COFl'EK BKOAD-AX SULLIVAN, Intl., tUI')—A cupper broad-ax with a five Inch blado, uncarlhcd 30 years ago, has been placed on display hi a bank window at Sullivan. The ax was found by |dug down four feel in excavating Theo Llsman, a fanner, when he I for a w:ll In 1800. Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Kll/abclh Dlythe, who has been very III from typhoid lever, is much improved today. Dudley Denton lcf( today for New Orleans where he will attend Tulane University. He will visit at Meridian, Miss., enroute tlicrc. Mr. and -Mrs. W. Paul Marsh Dr. ami Mrs. A. M. Washburn attended the radio show In Memphis l?sl evening, Mr. and Mrs. Rowland Wolfarl had as their guests yesterday. Mr. and Mrs, John McKenzlc and Mrs Maurice Block, of Paragould. Mrs. Sam Florman and Mrs. E. C. Coulter were Memphis visitors Tuesday. Mrs. B. T. Worthy returned yesterday from the Memphis Baptls hospital where she underwent a Osceola Society—Personal Mrs. W. C. Pace, entcrUlnlnc with a bridge luncheon at her country home south of Ostcola yesterday, had ns her guests the members of the Merry Matron's club of Crawfordsvllle, Ark., of which she is a member and which enjoys the distinction o[ being the oldest social club In Cilttendcn county, and also a number of Beautiful Women Use Mello-Glo Beauties who guard complexions use MELLO-GLO Face Powder only. Famous tor purity—Its coloring matter is approved by the Govern; menl. The skin never looks pasty or flaky. II spreads more smoothly and produces a youthful bloom, 'Made by a new French process! MELLO-GLO Face Powder stays •Apu—'oo Siua ^l-ira '.1381101 tra Hospital Notes Miss Mary Ethel Taylor, city, was admitted lo the Ulylhcville hospital today. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY FOR SALli CHEAl'-Studcbaker Dictator car and roll lop oincs desk. Mrs. P. P. Carter. 60U North Fifth street. 18pk22 FOR RENT—Five room house in three, blocks of Central Ward school. Plione"200 or call at 910 Holly, ' . Fur trimmed and tailored styli" '' Trices, TV Broadcloths, ', •• . colaines, j&j»i.' i ft?»ves and others. Crepes and Mlin lined. Hrasun- ibly Priced. Sec 3u r windows. Millinery The very newest of new in FelU, Paris and JVIiiron styles. Silk velvets. Beautiful collection lo sckct from $1.98 to $4.98 INew Fall Dresses in beautiful styles of. Canton crepe. Flat'crepe, Chiffon, Georgette, ]' Velvets and Tr.-i- 1 vel jmnls. SITCS It to 55. $9.98 $16.75 $22.50 New Fall Shoes in novelty ipumps, straps and tics. Patents. Reptile Trim, Slat Kids and Autumn w Brown. Also- 5i-Kn-Tiffieli shoes. Widths AAA to EEE.. Properly fitted 'at 55 and $6 1930 Exclusive Ready-to-Wear at Remarkably Lew Prices Every Woman and Miss of Blytlieville and surrounding territory should make plans lo visit our complete Ready-to-Wear Department before choosing your Fall wardrobe. SPECIAL FOR THIS WEEK Travel Tweed and Wool Crepe SUITS $ $16.95 values Onu piece dresses with fiiiKfr- lip Ipn^lh coiils nf Travel Tweed and Wool Crepe. Si/us 1-i lo 20. Fall and Winter COATS 24 75 KOK THK MISS AS WKM, AS WOMKN Trico and Hroacli-lolh are the materials featured in these lilted-slyle Coats with holts ami I rimmed with Wolf, Caracul and Mink I'urs. Linings of satin hack i-repe. Si/.es M lo IS. The New Economy Shop Screws the ilr«t from Homo I Theater The New Dixie! THE ONLY INDEPENDENT STRICTLY PRICE STORE IN 7 BLYTHEV1LLE ONE \\'c wish to express our thanks .to members of the city lire department for tlvcir (]iiick work in preventing a large lire in our restaurant last night. JIM.MIE O'HRIEN'S CAFE WHOLE FAMILY WAS BENEFITED Lady Tells How Black- Draught Helps To Relieve Many Complaints. DECATUR, ALA.—After having used Thcdford's Black-Draught when needed for many years, Mrs. W. J. Riley, of this city, tells others about, the help it has been to her family. "In my mother's home Black- Draught was our family medicine," says Mrs. Rilcy. "Mother gave it o us children when we complained of not, feeling well. Mother gave Black-Draught in the form of a tea. "Since I've been married and lad a home of my. uwn, I have continued to use mack-Draught, as I have never found anything else to take Its place. One of my children suffers from indigestion. Her stomach is easily upset. I have found that giving her Black- Draught tea will relieve her quick, er than anything else. "My whole family takes • It for constipaticn and biliousness. It is a good thing to take it occasionally, to keep the system clean. I give it to my children for bad colds." Mrs. Rilcy says that when her children had whooping cough and needed a laxative, she gave them "Black-Draught to keep their bowls open and they did just Hue.' For Constipation Indigcstion.Biliouincss Add Charm to Feet. . to Face K EEP your feet youthful, buoyant... keep tired Hoes out of your fare . . . by wearing the Arch Preserver Shoe. Patented features give natural support, absorb all strain, remove ttic cause of bodily fatigue and facial weariness. Exquisite new P \PRESERVEH \^J I SHOE GORDON .HOSIERY McCALLUM HOSIERY Good Shoes and Hosiery Ready With the First New FALL DRESSES Distinctive are the interesting- new details that Frocks exploit for Fall. They are all here in a collection that includes all the newer style; versions and adaptations of leading- Paris successes. The Colors: Hich Rrmvns Wine Shades New Green Navy Hlack $1A?5 19 The Materials; Canton' Crepe Spiral Crepe Satin Crepe Velvets Wpol Crepes Jerseys SUITS IN HIGH FAVOR 95 A wonderful showing of Suits in materials of Silk, Jersey and Tweed at one popular price. 16 •Evening Frocks Frnluring (he in- fiucncc of the Grecian period in majestic grace of line... .ind the brilliance of liic je-.vel shades that will intensify your charm in the manner of precious stones. $16,95 $19,95 to $69,50 Beautiful Materials Ravelin Cloth Broadcloth Novelty Tweeds Vclonr dc Nordc Kashmiran Coats of Youthful Smartness The Coats themselves arc the most c>lo- quenl reasons for buying 1SKU silhouettes...youthful lavish use of fur in new treatments. Then try them on and revel in the beauty of their furs and fabrics. Kvcry one is an exceptional value, proving without a doubt that this is the time and place to choose your Coat. Buy On Our "Lay Away" Plan A small deposit down will hold any garment until wanted. Small payments each week will soon pay for it. THE FASHION Where Your Dollar Buys More Paris Hat Modes Season's newest and smartest styles for miss and matron in new ofT-forchead styles, smart brimmed cltccts, .shvngger^turliim styles and clever manipulated brims. $1,95 to $5 New Shoes Here is footwear dial gives one a complete definition of true smartness. Styled for Ihe modern woman or miss, who demands vogue as uelt as comfort. Correct Gloves A beautiful showing the nrw gloves in colors lu harmonize. perfectly with the Pall ensemble. Harmonizing Of course. Bags musi malcli ccstumc Ihis Rill aiicl you will I , find them here i better styles. in several of Rollins Hosiery Rolhn's Rim-Stop HoMory" in semi-service weights or slirer chifTon and In all the r.cuer sliadcs for this season. $rto$2

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