The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1930 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHKVILl.B. (ARK.) COU1UKU NKWS Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Country Heritage Thest certain things slay true for nse And give me comfort yet: The gesture of nn cpplc tree With leaves all shining wet Against a sky ot .broken blue With rush ol sunlight pouring tliru. The heavy fragrance, crude and Ol honeysuckle ilagont, The friendly sound of walking tect, The distant roll ot wagons Along the rutted, country lanes, Grown rough with summer suns and rains. The brilliant feathered gross thai grows Where houses meet the ground, The nourished green of cr.rJen rows, The far-off jingling sound Of horses pulling up n mil, The driver's shout . . . n whippoorwill. Beyond the old, gray, garden wnll. Making his dark complnlnl Of willful terror . . . while his call Grows thin as thread, and faint-These certain things arc nourishment And feed me with a rich content. — Marlha Banning Thomas. TACT- TITTING- IfiETAiV LONG NX) \fvvs- ^HllY TOUGH STYLISH S1DUTC Bits of News Mostly Personal llcr.v.-i 1 '!'. Culp attended to business In f'ainue'.ild wcdiiCKluy. T. J. Proctor, who spent the Fuimnrr with his son, llcwnrd rro-:tor. :nid family, has ^onc to Ktns.is City to visit his son. C!ou<l I'roclor. for '.he winter. O. B. Unuirs was n vlsltr.r In Paragmild Wednesday on bmii'.esi. Cloud 1'roctoi 1 has returned tu tils home In Kansas City after :i brief visit willi Mr, nnit Mrs. Jlownrd Proclor i\n'l family. O O. Womblc and mother, of I and (<ow -rfie. Q KhOW "Tittif? Eristoe-O'Brien Mia Katherhtt O'Brien, w : '•y- known Denver, Colo., girl nr-' J- fird S. Briscoe, who lived 1 v: a number of years before i - . i Denver, were married Mom!- \ • .1 Buffalo, N. Y. Only a lew frii•:-i ! ? witnessed the ceremony performed nt St. Joseph's cathedral. Tho bride had gone to Buffalo lor a visit, where Mr. Briscoe Is employed, and they are now honeymooning at Niagara Falls and other points of interest before returning j to Buffalo. Mr. Briscoe, who sraduatsd from the Colorado School ot Mines Inst June, Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William S, Briscoe of Denver, the nephew ol Dr. nnd Mrs. L. S. Brls- coc of Blylhcvillc and lini other relatives here whom he visited several years ago. The Briscoe family is prominently known throughout the tri-staU-s using pioneers of Mississippi. • * » Jewish Temple Has Board Mtclins At a meeting of the board of the Jewish Temple Wednesday eve- nine It *'as definitely decided lo hold monthly meetings in launching special plans for continuing the renewed Interest In the Tempb. It was announced that 22 new members, nol In this city, have been enrolkrf and that the new pews are now pieced In the Temple. It was nlso decided to have these monthly sessions on llw second Tuesday of each month. Officers of the Temple are: William Borowsky, president; Richard Jicdel. vice president; Mrs. Joe I&nacs, sccrelnryx' and treasurer; Ike Miller, Sam Florman, Jack Applebaum,'Sam Jo-eph, William Lang and Walter Rosenthal. trustees. Tha committees are: Finance, Joe Kleban, Joe Applebaum, Mrs. Hose Goldberg, Mrs. Max Meyers. Mrs. Joe Isaacs, Mrs. Walter Ros- cnthal, Mlrs Pauline Lang; Publicity, Miss Pauline Lang; Membership, William Lang. Waller Rcsen- thal, Sam Florman; Holiday Music, Mrs. Walter Hosenlhol, Mrs. Rowland Wolfort. • • * Hcalon-CopeUnd. i Announcement has been made ot the marriage of Mist Bass Cope, land and Mr. Tom Heaton. both o f Paragould, which took place- r.l Batesville, Ark., Tuesday evening. The Rev. D. B. Cook, pastor of the FL-it Baptist church, 'performed the ceremony before several ot their most intimate friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Heaton art now a: home in this city where Mr. Heaton has a newspaper agency. Jfid-Week Kritft Club Besmnts Its Parties Mrs. J. Louis Cherry bc-gan the . Mason's weekly luncheon bridge parites o{ the Mid-Week Bridge j club Thursday at her hone on; JJV. W.M. i:. MeKKNXEY Dcugan avenue. [Secretary American Bridge. league A ior bowl of pink ro«i featur- j Ovcr-anxlely on Ihc part of the ed the clusters of autumn fion«n p^aytr lo win a trick often proves lor the table's centerpiece and t:-.? , vtry expensive nnd causes the loss tame variety of colors ».•« iKoir. i <>'• many tricks later on. in the dtlicic/js two course .v.tnj. The Hidilinc In the card games Kf*. H. A.' At contracl Scuth. the dealer. Smith vrcn bea&s for hljjh score ! thouli open with one spade. A: Memphis, have arrived here to make their home and me now at Ihr. Stovall apartments at GO!) West Main stiwt. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips were Memphis vi.>4lors Thursday Mr. nut! Mrs. W. have relnrtied from motor trip to polnls of Interest In California nnd Yeltowslcne park. Tl'.;y returned homo via LHllc Rock where they visited relatives cf Mrs. Bnrnette for n short lime. Mrs. H. C. Holliday and liltla ilnughlcr, Dorothy Vlrglnln, of Fort Scott, Ktins.. are vlaltliiK the former's sister, Mrs. J. C. Ellis, on tin Memphis highway. Miss Knthryn Browne, ot Memphis, Is the gitcs: ot Mr. and Mrs- Welch Poster for the dunce tonight. Miss Mamie Louise Edwards is vUlllug her uncle, Dr. J. C. Young, in Jorcsboro. Jlmmle Boyd Jr.. returned today trom Memphis where he has been plnylng at Ihc Casino wllli the Alabamu Crimsons orchestra which closed n several weeks engagement there. Bill Masscy, ot CariilliorsviUc, was a vUilor In the city yesterday en route lo Memphis. 3corpe Ropp, of Jonesboro, was. a \lsltor in the city last night- Mr. nnd Mrs. Put IliilgeLl. accompanied by MUscs Elmyrn Caldwell nnd Annie t.ec, nre spending today in Memphis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dizle Crawford will spend the weekend In Mem- ' phis. I Dr. Fred Ogllvie, accompanied by ' Miss I'nl Murphy, of Caruthurs- I vllle, are visitors in the city to- i day. Dcwey Ford, lute of Pass Chris- j !ian, Miss., has accepted n position j with the H D. Hugl-es aore. Hu formerly lived here when connected with the Ulylhevilic Store Co. Mrs. M. A. Barnes has gone to Ripky, Tenn., for a visit wllh relatives. Frank Van Horn of Sikcston. Mo., was a bii-sincss visitor in the ci'.i Thursday. Miss Elizabeth Blythe, who hat been critically 111 from typhoid fever, Is now Improving. Hay Jackson, of Oklahoma City. Is transacting business and vlsllii 1 .^ relatives here lor several days. Mrs. Clyde Smith, of HopXIus- vlllc, Ky.. Is visiting Mrs. Annie Jlublxml and other relatives. Marion Gray attended to b::sl- IIMS In f.fauhvllle Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Earnest De.Kte dauijhtcr arc motortnn lo 1930 sippl County Uapllst Women's association at Luxorn Thursday, therp were these fiom the First clinrcli; Mesdamcs II. A. Llvlngfton, Chester Nabors. Raymond Schmuck, J. W. Bishop, T. H. llayncs, Sam Hall, John Buchanan. R W. Woolen. Jorcphine Srilc, C. M. Mack. Samuel F. Grimes, O. A. Sftssp, Jake Huffman, R. A, Mohan. Miss Cor- tlella Wllhlle, Delia Purtle, Catherine Martin, Virginia Huffman and Austin Edwards. The iccond church sent ten rep- i :scntatlvcs. • • • Girl Scout.i Klcrt omccrs. omccis ol the trocp 1 of Ihe Girl ScouU. t'ltucd in a mccil Thursday nftcrnoon at the high school are: Margaret Shaver, president; Mildred Moore, vice president; Mary Spain Usrc x v, secretary; Isabel Brandon, treasurer; Mary Alice Taylor, reporter. The foremost plans dlsnT^rrl der.lt with attending the Mid- South fair at Memphis, tinviny * booth at the .Mississippi county lair and leather hamiicralt work. It was dcctded to go lo the Memphis fair Tuesday. A committee of Mary Commerce, Mo., this afternoon. They will return tomorrow. C .H. Klrshner left today for his home in Kansas City after several days stay with his son, R. F. Kirshncr and family. T. Danielle p a< .|prn <Uar I prhirnr n two months Eastern atar lecturer Attends Osceola Meeting OSCf-:OLA, Ark—Mrs. Ciulnsvcri; Johnson o! Wilson, district depulv j grand lecturer of the Eastern Star, | was n guest t>f honor at the regii- . Inr meeting of the Osceola Ordc' ! of Eastern Star here and made an Inspirational lalk to one of tin largest groups attending n meeting here In recent months. Short, talks were also inadc by ,). B. Bunii of Osceola, deputy Biant! master for the tenth Arkansas dis- Irlcl, and E. R. Began of I.unoni. A social hour followed the rcgulin meeting and refreshments were served. Hospital Notes Miss Mary Elhel dismissed Taylor, city, was' ™ I i Six presidents of tin- United 1 ! Stales have died wliile in orfli'i 1 . 11 Sp.iin Usrry, Anna Margaret Dent and Ellyabc'.h Hiirncltn will spoil- '. tor the arrangements for the l:D3lh ! here I John Caiidill IMrd^r'il ! Jolin Caudill. son (if Mr. and Mrs. G- Cl. Cnudlll. has been plrdycO lo ; Ihc ncln Tl!.3ta 1'i (ralernily at, the University of Missouri. Colutn- ; bia. Hir falher is a member ot Ihc University of Oklahoma chapter • of tho same fraternity. ! John, who was a popular .student | at the city high school, has entered : the freshman class of Missouri. j Final Plans Made ' for SlKllmry 1'arly Sludenls of Ihe Sudbury eleir.,?!!- i tary school have made final nr- ' rangeincnts for lilt 1 "Family Party" • at tho school tonight when jmrcnLs have l>ecn in\ - it^d for a program to be given in the auditorium at 7:30 o'clock. A special effort Is bring made to have a large attendance. Tc Have Faculty Mrrlinss MlE.s Winilic Virgil Turner, county supervisor, is meeting with tho new teachers of thr sou'.hcrn part of Mississippi county at a faculty meeting in Osceola Saturday morning. 0 o'clock, ami tho;.; iu the northern part of the couiily are meollng here at 1 o'clock. DRIDGf Entertain Clisv Sercral Friends MUws Ellen and entertained members ot the B senior Sunday school clas- olt?T fricnoi at their home < low street Thursday evcnlr Interesting games were ••:• In rooms atlractlvely dccor;it ro;e and white. ' 1 auction many players holding Soulh'5 hatirt would prefer a no 1 trump due to the fact that n spade •Helen K-.cre | suit cotuaii-.ed n tl ly two honors 'V. | while tile hand had two aces and -id J three suits tloppcd. West and North "I- i would pass. Eas! shoutrt not bid no trump over the spade suit, bill j I Eliould double to show Ills partner L I that his hand contains about | high card tricks. made refreshments. • Officers : Elected In organizing.the 7B1 class of tho Junior high school for this term 1hcse officers were selected: Louise Luttrcll. . president; Dan McLean, vice president; Gladys Dozlcr, secretary: Jcddy Shepherd, treasurer; Juanila Perry. Librarian; Ouy Collier, reporter. With the Motto "Be Prepared." the group cho- r « red and white lor Ihe colors and the red rose for the flower. • * • Baptist Women Attend Meeting In addition to the five delegates announced ThursOay lor attending the annual.meeting of the Mlssis- hearts. North passes. It i> iin- pcssiblc lor East lo figure whether or not the bid ot t«o hearts by West Is a i-'.r'w >ji-J Tlieretore East's correct bid i/,» would be two no trump, that if his parlr.cr has a rta heart bit) he will q-i on in 1,-ait or, It his hand contains a ttjr'K will take the birtilhip to tl-.rc'- n- Irump, but Weft properly pi-.-u Tht- Play 'Scjit-h's projwr opening ;I^.MIIS the two no trump Is the M.-VI-II o spades, dummy plays the three North the nine and East, the dc clarcr, win.-, \vith the ten. Declarer now leads ths hearts. If South should win th trick with the ace of hearts, duni my would play the deuce and North I trump. he three. Roulh wou'.d r.ow lc.%<! no ^evcn of hearts. cmlc\ivo:ii;it to orcc tlie declarer to t:o up iviih the [i.feu. but the drclnrrr in ;his c,i?'_> ibycrt the ten from il-.immy. N'ortl; ilayod Ihe nine and E^o.. ;}<c do- lurer. the four. With every suit .Mil! -topped. ihi> occlnror should now t.^-c his d:*.- nomi linesse by leading the three of diamonds from (V.immy. Morth (lays the deuce a:u! dcil.ircr !i- nej-ses the- J.ick. wliicli i-.olds the trick. Declarer now l-.'.uis liic sis of hearts. South phis the jack. dummy whining the :virk \\uh the queen. North di«eardmc .1 Miiall club. Declarer will now :::,\kc hi.i \\\ ^ good hearts In duiniiiy, rti^oardinc U'O small clubs fvrm his own hand. North would <l:v,\ul Ui' dcnct 1 of sptdrs ;mcl live- o: i-l:ib<. v.liilc Souih wo'.ild di.scard iho MN and cluht ot spades. UuMTTiy now leads ;lic loiir <•: (Jia:nontt.«. tv.c decl.iur :ini-.-v-|. • 'hr T.ic^n. Declarer inn* ^^^^l\rv i-;. M<: nl diamonds, picking up ;h reinaiinnit <ll-,ininiuh in :hv.- Nm :, •f.l-.i 1 . South liands. Dci-iari r ;:t~\ lra:li the ten of cints. tb:.r.v::-. i-f;uth Iti ar.it all S:tuili r.ui c'.n i, to rnsh his acr of club* .tr.ri n: ;.• crar.t Ihe declarer the :.i.-; ;\io fpmlc tricks. Willie declarer h.is tr.aci^ [•;••.:> n.. ulimp. If South had refu.;-:<i :•••*•;. iho heart trick nnlil i'. v.ns :<.; •;•'third tn-.e. the declarer -A...U;-; ;--,-, beer, forced to play t:-e hi:i j . v T v skil'.fully in oidtr to r.:aX-; ;-.o i; FREE A FIKK SHOVEL, WITH KVKUY COAL SCUTTLE. Stoves Stoves Stoves COAL—WOOD—OIL UKST VALUKS AT LOWKST I'HlCliH— All s^lxt's of vnnjji'S, heaters ;tii(l cook stoves. GOOD HKAYY STOVK- I'll'K—»KA1)I)KI)— l.lf jifr joint. FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY Fancy Golden Ripe Fruit Doz. 35c Cabbage. Green. I ^J t * White Malagas Very Fancy Potatoes FancyReds Ib. $c Celery California Stalk We Sui 10 Pound Limit With $1 Worth or More of Groceries ettuce Size 48' S Head 9c 1 Carrots •R Sunny Brook, Canova, Deans and Maxwell House 2 Pound Limit to Customer Corn No. 2 Can Maple Island Can lOc Crackers For Pies libby's No. 2 1-2 Can M Post or Kellogg BBOBHS Great Northern 2 ib. Package Preserves Edwards Pure 16 Ounce Jar Eggs, Guaranteed Fancy Blue Rose 2 Pound Package 6 Small or 25c Dressed Kens, Ib. 27c Dressed Fryers, Ib. 3k Salt ieat Elates Pound Beef 9 •ThickRib, ib> 5 Pound Limit Ib. OzC | Sausage Country Pork Store Co. TKLKl'HONK 35 Door To Poslofiice Sliced 3 Pound Limit

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