The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 24, 1930
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FAG* TITO BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PI i IRQ -ULUDO Activities and News of Women Calendar tt tht Wciwi'j club; is h»vlng ^ lOTcrteoc ; ln special compliment to Five Osceola Girls Attend ' Jonesboro A. and M. College WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1930 Belgian Princess In Mother Role Bits of News Mostly Personal » Shoutt Party. Blxteen friendi of Mr*. Charles miUce. Oarrtewi, who w»s before her m»rrU«e last . Saturday Miss Bonnie Lynn Gay, were guests uf a party Toecdajr erecing when. Miss Irene Crowder- Included member^ o{,Uve Night Bridge club in those preanit,- ; • '• Pale ibid«* of green uid yellow we're effectively used In Uie part}' with toe t*llle« tied to petite roKbuds' tad ^toe boooree's was marked by * cbraaw. Thi fruit wUd was -In the two sh as vrtf the sandwiches and -. «trye<i wlth-lc«i te». Trie U., «pits.«ei« tied with green ond iav iir« ; pretty •. atrini cment. : Miss Juanita Smith won a IL^ue towel roU for first honors; I he high club prize went to Mis. John H, McDaniel .Jr., arid : Mrs.- Fred Fow r ler's gift for tow score was perfume. ' • . • • City Cmeil P. T. A. Flans IU ActirKio, In beginning '-plans tot toe year's activities In Parent-Teacher work of the Blytheville public scliools, the city council of Ihis orgauiia- tlon mapped -out -several intcr«st- Ing iJrbJects'ln^a.'iMetliig Tuesdajl thfe-hlgh scliool building. . The study cours*, : to be taught by Miss Goldte Pyles of Little 'Hock, superintendent of (^rental education, la a serlcs'of lessons November 3 to 8 will be sponsored by the group. P. T. A. members In the northern part oi Mississippi county a r* Included -;inlhe : SnviUtlon to attend..- ". ' ;' , : . . Several members, who arc officers are commute chairmen, of 'the five P. T. A-'s will attend the state convention to Jonesborp Ocloser 4, B, 6. Mrs. B. A.. Lynch, president, pre- tidcd «t the business, meeting. • • W Tuesday Ctak.-Has . Guest* •* PmrtT. • .- : • Five'-guesis added to the eajoy- mcnirof the Tiksday. Bridge .club party Uus- week irhen ilrs'.' H.unter O. Sims was 'hwtess.. They were Mcsdimfa -'Erwirt^ Roe, -Hton ' W; • Klrby^-R. N. ..Ware Jr., Mrs. J: C; Kelly Jr., • bt yfayne, Mich., and Miss Mary.Satteffjeld ol Memphis. In ine ' . : l»idi!e games, • hosiery went foM*fi: : 'C. W. AflUci.Ior high club * and -the ' guest honors, with i box of- handkerchiefs as the award, wis rrecelved'by Mrs. E.T- nest Roe. 'A delicious plate Ivuicn refreshed the three Cables of piayeirs. rr«bjttria»-W««iem Go tg JoneAoc* Meeitof. A number'of; members of the Woman's Auxiliary .'In'.the First Presbyterian church will go to Jonesboro tomorrow for/the annual group conference of'the Arkansas Fresbyterial which Is meeting ai the First Presbyterian church for an all day session. The Rev.. Marsh M. Callaway. pastor of the local. congregation, will be in charge of the Bible hour. * * * CaMfren-ChrhUe. Announcements have been received here of the.marriage of Miss Dorothy Carolyne Christie to Mr William H. :Catdwell, both of Jackson, Tenn., the wedding having been solemnized Saturday, Sept. 20 in that city. The bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Christie Jr.. o! Jackson. Mr. Caldwell, who has frequently visited here, lived at Rlpley, Tenn., before going to Memphis several years ago where Jtlhabeth Doyle OSCEOLA, Ark.— The Arkansas District A. and M. college at Jonesboro hns the Inrgcst enrollment of Osccola students of any"v>nirtltu!;lem(' of Ijlgher learning this .year. 1 . ' ' • Pictured here arc five of six Os- ccpla girls who arc pursuing their studies at Jonesboro. They tire Miss Jane Wenthcrsby, daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. O. H. Wealhersby; Miss Oariton' Tomklns, daughter oj Mr. flnd'-'Mrs. F. E. Tomklns; Miss Smith, daughter of Mr. and vfrs. J. D. Smith, Miss Elizabeth 3oj')e, daughter of Mr. nud Mrs. George Doyle, and Miss Evalyn Srrierson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. If.-T. '.Emeram. All are first year students. 1 Miss Agnes .Ward, the first Osceola girl at Jonesboro A. and M., s in her second year at the college. Evulyn Emmfni Mrs. Proctor's sister, Miss Beatrice Cornellsoh, while there. '• * • Oates-TowbrMcc. The marriage of Miss Lorine To^bridge and Mr. Gaylor Dales, both of Lenchvllle, look place there yesterday with ihe Rev. D. B. Cook performing the ceremony. Penrwn-Slpes. Miss Dessic Siiics and Mr. Earl Pearson, both of here, were married by Justice Oscar Alexander here Tuesday. Ncrwocd-Palmtr. Justice Ed Walker performed the ceremony Ti:rsday when Miss Kth- Driver Grove Sister Birckot closed her m?=!!r>5 Sunday night. Tlic services for the past iwo weeks have been well attended. Mr. nnil Mrs. Bart Richardson of Blytheville and Mrs. Sarah Hull nnrt dnughtir were visitors oi Mrs Bertha Brock, Sunday. There will lie a box slipper nt tlic Driver Grove school house Wednes- s several yeara ugu wucit:, v.^.^,,. u ,.j he was auditor for the Memphis cl Palmer and Mr. Fred Norwood. Hotel company and for two years has been manager of the New Southern Hotel at Jackson. • * * Council Meets. Plans for a rummage sale to be held In two weeks and a continuation of plans lor caring lor a njedy family this winter occupied tl" attention of members of the \'s council of -the First C'r.n::'i»n church Monday afternoon 1:1 . a meeting at the church. Mr». Sdwin Robinson, piebidcnl, conducted the business session. both of Tomto, were married In this: city. • » • Plan' Tacky Tarty The Armorcl Patcnt-Tcaei'or ns- soclntion Is having n tacky parly Thursday evening. 8 oclock. at tlic school when the feature entertainment will be tin awarding of a prize for the tnckicst costume. Refreshments will be served. Here hr", ••"••'•"' iho Jewish Nnr,¥ear. There .were 1 a mijiitfcr of visitors in the city for. the special services at the Tempte-lsriel Mcndty night in obsetTmace'.'aif the Jewlsfi New Year and . -' severV'l' of these re- main.e4.67er jrtttlUJiy^ .;., Atnoog them .were: Mr. and Mrs. Sam *Oral>er,-llr. 1 '-'and.Mrs.' Julius Kohn/'iar.''*!!* : Mr»-' ; J»mes Kohn, of kennelt; 'Hfc ; ?ni .Barkowltz of * Gross. : t»an 'of "• J(*lier, HVs. Rose doldberi,'. Mtas--Ran»rie Welnbcrg. Hu- bcnsteui, lCr.-a«d-»ta.-Ko»th. Har'" .of . • dUtrlcl Sandy Ridge •Emmet-Hodge slid son ot Wilson visited here last week. A .number of |>cup]e from 1'iis Vicinity attended Sunday School it- ftew ' Liberty last Sunday. . Mllie Saliba of Luxoia was n business visitor hcie last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Newman o! Blytheville visited their daughter, Mrs. Lucllc Mclvin last Thursday. Joe Ellis and family of liufdettc were guests In the Vlnlng home last Sunday. Mr. nnrl Mrs. Monllc Bcvill nnd cWldren spent last Sunday will Mrs. Iva Oncal of MO'errin. Miss Etoylc Whitllc visited n Luxora Saturday nfternaon. Mr', and Mrs. McGarrily \vcri the' week-end guests of Mr. am Mrs. Clyde Lucius. Mrs..H..Gallop of Luxora visit cd- her sister, Mrs. Morris Meh-ii last.. Sunday. :,Mri. Klrby entertained seven -,.•,.. 'ffc.W at her liomc Saturda i Jed.-by ; evening. Jwtl-of ....-;. .V;,— /A* vatErmtll 130 years old sli! grinds .cornmeal near Madlsoi vine, Tenn. day night for the benefit of the church nnd Sunday school fund. Troy Blgliam was llv> Saturday guest of Russell Springer. Mr. Pnsco Waldrop, Tommlc Dun- lei, Mrs. Elhcl Swain nnd Mrs. Georgia Swain will spend this week in Tnnnann visiting relatives. A large crowd attended Ifc ball game at Elighn Swain's Sunday afternoon. Half Nfoon wa;, defeated by Swain's team 13 to 0 Richard Hall was the guest of harlcb liighnm Saturday niniu. Charles Springer had ns his guest. r Iho week end, Mr. Albert Hull. Rev. Watson of near Blytheville ill open revival services ;it Driv- Grovc school Thursday night. eryone urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Wood and children attended the fair at Memphis Monday,, Mr. and Mrs. W.'j.'PolliirdTvcrc Memphis visitors Monday. Mrs. W. 11. Sellings .of Paris, Tex., Is the guest of her sister, Mrs. J. D. Swift. She arrived Mou- day nnd will be here this week. Mrs. Harvey W. Stewart has returned from a six weeks visit with her sister at Pittsburgh, Penn. Sho nlso visited In Washington ana other points of Interest. In the cast before returning home. Mis. J. B. Swift, who has been III Iwo weeks, Is no better today. Horace T. Culp Is attending to business in Trumann nnd McDonald today. Miss Leln May Johnson has gone to Memphis for several days stay, Mis. Johnson Chapman. of Memphis, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas for several days. Mrs. James Driver of Osccola end her mother, Mrs. Jesse Brown, cf Luxora, shopped here yesterday. Judge George W. Barhani was n business visitor in Memphis yesterday. B. H. Levy Is in Memphis today on business iind visiting relatives. Lee Edward Castlcman, sou of Mr. and Mrs. M. W. TrimUinm who formerly lived here, is now broadcasting over station WFBF Flint, Mich. He venders frequen voice soles on varied programs. Mr. ami Mrs. C. J. Cox returned last night from St. Louis where they purchased fall and : winter stock for the Economy store. Mrs. Minnie Thompson Is able to be at work after having recently undergone a tonsnectoiny, Mr. ami Mrs. R. N. Ware';Jr., hi\vc as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kelly Jr., of Wayne, Mich. Tlipy arrived yesterday by plane and Mr. Kelly continued the trip to Memphis, returning Ihis afternoon for'several days stay. MIES Dorothy nidi has returned to her home in Moscow, Tenn., after having visited her sister. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims, and family for two weeks. Her mother, Mrs. C. H. Rich, and sister, Miss Inez Rich, came Sunday and accompanied her home. Jane Kochlitzky, who has' been ill several days, is better today. '-Mrs. Loy Welch, .who has been quite ill several days. Is now under the care of a nurse. Mrs. Harry Klrby, Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. Elton W. Kirby were visitors In Memphis Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed Stanley, accompanied by Misses Bess Hull nn^l Edna .Gnrrctt nnd Mrs. Louise Strnckc. motored to Memphis last night for the fair. Rny SVocthlngton attended to business in St. Louis yesterday. Holston Robinson, who hns been et home several weeks, returned to Little Rock yesterday* where he is employed. Freeman Robinson left yesterday lor the University of Arkansas where he Is enrolling for his second year. Miss Flossie McKinnon and Fred Matthews motored to Slkeston Sunday. Mrs. Joe Klrby of Paragould is in the city today, Mrs. Everett Ballnrd and son hnve gone to Louisville, Ky.. for ar extended visit with relatives nnd later will loin Mr. Billiard at Jackson, Miss., where they are to live. Miss Com Lee Coleman is h .Memphis tociay for the fair. Miss Winnie V. Turner sp:i\' Monday In Jonesboro where sin assisted several Mississippi counts "Euiopj's fnli.jst daughter of royalty" Is what a famous artist called the Princess Astrld of Sweden some years ago. And he probably would tay the same thing if he were to ECO her In this new por- trait-rthc Crown Princess cf Belinn now, nnd a mother—with her ttlc daughter, Princess Josephine- Charlotte. Library Notes "Clraarron," by Edna Ferber, Is one of the new books at tlic library. Tills story appeared serially In one the 5iaga?ines last spring and hat, been immensely popular all summer. Coultt library repots Cl- niarron as leading all others, with Hans Frost, by Hujh Walpole, s°c- ond. In darting with the period from the lawltts to the legal days in Oklahoma Miss Berber, has a-comparatively new field In flctibn. The story hu aroused local criticism ae to Its fidelity in varioushlstorical details. PEW readers will be troubled by trifling inaccuracies- It is the spirit of the story that we r,'ach for. One writer says of Dorothy Can- flold's latest noved, "The Deepening Strewn," that "of Its kind It U as good 96 Clmarron, and It Is better kind," Cimsrrou Is a hopeless kin'd of story. "If trouble ever comes to you put it under your feet and walk on it," raid Maaia Battles iu a last week's Cour^r. Troubles In the Ferber books are never walked on. The reader knows all along that the whole struggle is well nigh unieless. "The Deepening Stream" is a better kind. With all admiration or the powers in the pens of Ferber, Tarklngton, Hergcshelmer and others It surely is possible to have all literary excellence wltlwut this 'iivcloping mist of despair. The library also has new books by Diggers, McCutcheon, Harold Bell Wright and others, and the 3 ulitzer prjze novel by Oliver La Forge, "Laughing Boy." La Farge is a young westerner, a .raduate of Harvard. "Laughing Boy" is his first novel, a story of Navajo Indian life. •f *wvr . A By W*L t ary 'American Bridge By clever play after correct!!' reading the dosed hands, the der clarer in today's hand makes-life contract doubled. ' " • west S-U-KM H-K-7-+ D-4-Q-4 6-X-lO- 4-2 , NORTH' S-K-l-M' H-10-2 : D-J.9-5-3 C-H-9-8 S-8-6-; 5-2 , D-10-7: 2; . Cl. ii '-DEALER, S-u-7 H-H-0-1-B-6' JJ-K-8*. Extra larje coats for Indies. 4 lo 50 worth regularly Sfi.50—our rice while they lost $148. 'rcsman's Sample Slice Store noxt oor lo the Grnnrt lender. 2 Half-Moon Half Mcon's baseball team detcat- d Driver Grovu Sunday morning, 1 to 4. Sunday afternoon Half oon lost to Lon Ovcrton's team, 3 to 9. Among those who ntlcndcd lurch ul Driver Orovo were Louis Lctcher ShulU and . Earl Inuicyfelt. Bill Buck, Claude Slmltz, Dlt omllnson, Jack Duncan spent iniday evening in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Porllock spent unttay at, Cai-utlicrsville. Hospital Notes Patients admitted to the Blyllie- •ille liospitnl: Mrs. J. W. Gay, Arnold; Howarrd HtaHcr, Hayti. Luxora Society—Personal led which tho declarer \eliv, n tlic dummy with tic aco. T'hci dummy then returns the queen of ; l warls and Wesl is forced to win with 'the king, declarer rw discarding ii sinall diamond. Wesj. Is now In a bad situation or'a lead, but selects the clcuca of clubs, his fourth best dub, de- . clarer plays the eight, E.-ist tha ," iack and the dummy wins with ,. :he queen. The declarer now . cashes his Iwo good hearts in dummy, West discarding tii: Jour... cf clubs and four of diamoir's. 'In- ; . clarer discarding the five and nine'.'.' of diamonds. Dummy now kaus a , small club, West plays Ui3 ten and.,. declarer wins the trick with tli2... ace and then leads his goad jacl-> of spades and grants West t!;c last two tricks. It is interesting to play thu., hand out If West goes in with the ten of spades. Tlic declarer:.--. can still BO game. ,.,: As neither side were vulnerable, Ihe declarer would score 23(i j for tricks, 50 for making his con- j tract. In rubber bridge tliciv.r-' would be no game bonus, while in progressive or duplicate bridge he .1 would receive a game bouus ul 300 points for a to'al uf 530... points. ' .:,; cachers in arranging their study ourscs ai Arkansas A. and M. for hi term. She Is.county supervisor. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Critz and .wo children motored to Memphis odf.y for the fair. .Meyer Oraber, of Kennelt, and >Iiss Lou Shamshe, of Camthers- •ille, spent Tuesday In tlie city. Judge and Mrs. U. E. •!** imrt daughter, Miss Margaret, nrc in Memphis today (or the fair. Mrs. Eva T. Morrison is visit- Jig her daughter, Mrs. Ralph M. Sloan, In Jonsboro for several days. Dr. and Mrs. Sloan mid children were here Sunday for the day and she accompanied them home. Miss Mary Spiuui of Memphis transacted business tore several days last week. Misses Imogene Rogers and Helen Ralph of Osceola were Luxora visitors Friday. Among the ladies who attended the Mississippi County Association of the wumans nu:'sionary union Thursday were, nicstUnucs W. M. Stewart, Shippen, Sangstcr, Ada Butler, Ida Tucker, Dilahunty, R. H. Jones, Ed Tea ford, Summers and Rev. and Mrs. Welch. Mr.' and Mrs, Ed Evans and daughter Ester, of Osceola were visitors in Luxora Friday. Rev. Tull of Augusta, Ark., conducted the services at the Baptist church'Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tcmpkins of Bur- d.?tte attended church services here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gill Maslin and children of Osceola were Luxora visitors Saturday. Mrs Fred Breakensilk of Ty- rcnz.1 was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Villmcr, Sunday. Mcjdames Richard Reverie and Horman Spicer shopped in Blytheville Monday. Mrs. Clarence Vollmer and daughter of Blytheville were Luxora visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs B. W. Tliweat were The Bidding At contract, South, Die depljr. opened Ihe bidding with cnc heart. West has the required strength fpi ari informatory double. North, with one and one-half trick, in his hand, but not normal support tor hearts, goes one r.o trump, past gladly passed. South now-goes to two hearts, showing a five-card heart suit, West passed, Nortji went to two no trump, South ear.- rled it to three no trump which West doubled. The Play East's only four-card suit-is hb spades, so the deuce of.spades opened, dummy plays - the. seven Wesl wins with the ace, sjthougr perhaps his better play wouli have been to go in with the ten but it still will not stop game. De -., clarer plays the three. West re-1 Indilinu 1/idy Says bnc^r Mis turns the ten of spades, North, the More Energetic Aftvr T:tk- declarer, plays the nine, East the j n ij five and the dummy wins the trick with the queen. As most of the missing liter: cards arc spotted in the • Wesl- hand due to the,double the dummy's next lead is the six of hearts, West plays the four, declarer winning the trick with the ten. Declarer now leads tlic king of spades, discarding the six of diamonds from dummy and strip- pine the West hand of its las; spade. The deuce of hearts is DULL, SLUGGISH, • POOR APPETITE business visitors day. in Osccola Women arc not i>ermltttcd to sit as members of the British House of Lords'. Midway Notes Mrs. Earl Laswell of St. Louis Is isiting her aunt, Mrs. W. M. Weber of Burdette. Mrs. W. M. Weber and Mrs. E. if. McDonald motored lo Figgott Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jones, Miss Bettk: Dclong arid Mr. W. A.-Priillt were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. J.'Hill Sunday. Y''T'-i" Mr. and Mrs. J. A.' : I>fl>y'd finfl family visited Mr. and Mrc. Joe Epperson of the Gilchrist farm Sunday. Mr. and' Mrs. Will Wheat of Bly : thcvllle were the Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrsr. J. A. Lloyd. G. W. Stanford, Clyde Sexton and J. C. Jones were Luxora visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hill, Mr. nnd Mrs Frank Lind, Jim Kennedy and J. C. Jones were Blytheville visitors Saturday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Virgil Moody announce the birth of a son on last Tuesday. Among the Saturday night visitors' in Luxora were, Mr. and Mrs A. J. Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood, Frank' Lind, Jim Kennedy, C. L. Blaylock, R- L. Thorn, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Long and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Baker and family. EVANSVILLE, IND.—"I have flown of Thcdford's Black-Draught-'• all my life because my -father kept t- In my hcme nnd used it when-'' ever he needed n medicine oi'that' • sort," writes Mrs. Earl While, of 1117 Mary Street, this city. "He" gave It lo us for colds or ivhcn- evc-r we needed a laxative. Since I' have been married. 1 have i::cd it in my home. 1 found it very good : ; L for children. . ! " "I lake Block-Draught when-,, ever I have n spell of indigestion;" Sometimes I have pains in my chest which eeem (o be caused by , gas. Bladc-D rang lit relieve* it. "If I get up in the morainj feeling dull nnd sluggish nnd have no appetite. I know that I nceil some-., thing for this condition. I take Black-Draught, because nftei' having used it I feel fresh and have new energy. T recommend r !t for T find it so good for niy own use." , ..Thousands of others havj: reported that many ! "disagreeable : symptoms, due to constipation, in- - d.iyestion and biliousness,' have gone awny after they had taken- Black-Draught.' Only 1 cent a dose." Lincoln Park in Chicago has 1300 acres. Constipation, Indigestion, Biliousness CHICKEN DINNER SAT. SEPT. 27th. Given By The- WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY Of The LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH In The liuildin* Former!}- Occupied By The Bootcry. THURSDAY and FRIDAY Only We Present An Unusual Showing Notice 200 FINE COATS This is a Manufacturers Line oMJllra Smart. Coats and will be on display for Two Days Only. Women and Misses interested in securing a fine- Coat should make plans lo s e e this Special Showing I I Ylcad Courier News want ads. Special PERMANENT WAVE $5.95 FINGER WAVE 50c Elois Beauty Shop PHONE 505 Daughter Is Healthy Now "Mythittcen-ycar-olddaugh- :er Maxine was troubled with oackaclie and pain when she came into womanhood. 1 knew Lydia H. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound would help her because I used to take it myself nt her age. Now she docs not have to stay home from school and her color is good, she cats well and does not complain of being lirexl. We arc iccom- mending the Vegetable Compound to other school girls who need it. You may publish this letter."—Mrs. Ploy<i Bi<t- clicr, R. #2, Gririlo'i Kcinsos. India E, Pinkham's Vegetable Compound $ 50to$ MISS WHITSITT'S SHOP v)

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