The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 15, 1931
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BLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COUKIKIl NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 15, 1931 III cm itop o'n» heart'from brea>- - ' ' ta». '.' ' V'V; : . I shall not live In v>Sni II I can tut one life the aching, Or cool one pain, Or help one fainting robin Unto his .nest again, I shall not live in vain. —Emily Dickinson, tr». The' affair was carried out ni a "speakeasy"' dance with the dauc: Poor • decorated to resemble a cabaret. Unique Invitations and'dance ticket^ were In keep'.rtg with Oils 9 t • To Have Benefit Dance. An 'unlijue affair lias been arranged 'for Friday cventnj In '; dance sponsored by O. H. Stewart and S. Solomon, to be given at the Catholic social hall. For admission focxj and old clolli- ing will be taken slppi county. A three piece orohestrn will furnish music, beginning at I! o clock and several feature attractions are being nrranod. Dfiphians Study Italian Paintings. the end of the. great pjricds o: palnUbgs, Mrs. R. N. Ware jr., was leader of the Delphian program Wednesday at the Hotel Notle. Following & resume, given by the leader, 'these themes were discussed: "Lesser. Venetian Paintings," all members participating In' a round table talk;' "Correggio: Brauner's Estimate-and Bayliss' Estimate," Mrs. W. T. Oberst; ':The Pesc- Renaissanc*. 'Italian- Palntinjs," Mr«. V N. Mgthis; "Whlsthr's Theory of Painting," Mrs. E. B. Dickey Jr.; "Study of Pictures by Corregglp and Comparison of Different Epochs and Style's; the Ma- donnas and the Adorations," Mrs. O. W. McCulohen, In tills talk several - copies of' original paintings were ditptayed.'. •included .In {he ten presept was a . , new member, Mn. J; K. Stci.'.man,j men ted the Interesting talks, of AnnoreL Bits of News Mostly Personal Society Calendar Friday Mis, J. Neal Oesell Is hostess to Ha Young Matrons Bridge club members and 1 their husbands for a . niKhl party. George R. Cro:kelt left today fir ' The Music department. Is meet- ixjints of Missouri for a week's business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworth Black and A. M. Butt were visitors In Memphis Tuesday. and all received | Mrs. Walter Card Is returning to her home in Wllsun today after several days slay with her daughter, Mrs. U. Rllcy Jones, and Mr. Jones . Miss Mildred Frazier, of Wilson, I will Us Hie guest of Mr. and Mrs. [i^mphi. Ulvc Program A 'Hooby" progrum cnterlnined ii'.embcis.ol the Junior HlRli school Parent-Teacher association iriict- Ing Wednesday attemocn at the school auditorium. Sam II. Branch was leader. • Following a talk! by Mr. Branch, these favorite pastimes of pupils wci',: told about: Art, Miss Olga Biylhe; Sewing, Mlsa Geneva Carter; Poetry, Miss Opal Brooks; Stamps, Simon" Joseph; Scouting, Albert Riding; Sports, Elmer Lindsay; Books, Dorlnne Coulter. Displays of chclr activities supple- BM Ctib. '•Members of the E\'ery Other Week Contract club and Mrs. Walter Card, of Wilson, were" guests of Mrj. B. Rlley Jones Wednesday af- tefnoon. .Mrs. Dixie 'Crawford -won the prize, handmade handkerchiefs. •The hostess served delicious tuna fish salad, cookies and tea. Entertains Club. Mrs. \V. J. .Pollard was'hostess to the. Wednesday Bridge-club and four guests, Mesdames 'Elton W. Kir by, ^ Matt Monaghan*.jr.,'Samuel P. Norrti' and Mrs. Earl Koontz of Springfield, Mo., yesterday alter noon.' • ' "'.' i'Salnt Valentine's day, the next holiday, was attractively emphasized 'in the tally .cards and In entines;: which ..adorned ea'.;\ freshinent plate, Delicious pressed chlcteni besien' biscuits, fruit, cak and coffee -was served. •.Inline-bridge games Mrs. E. o Pa'ttQn wph. the club .award, hos ieiy,-,and .the';guest,'prlte, an ol pftintirjjg,_ went 'to M^s.- Earl Koontz presented a Kafadkerchief. ' ' P.\E. O. Meets! Members of the local P. E. p. en joyed a buffet luncheon "and meet Ing Wednesday wiien Mrs. H. F Klrshner and ; Mrs. Byron Mors were hostesses at the." Kirshne home. ... -.After toe-delicious luncheon Mrs. H. 1 . A. Smith discussed "State Laws Affecting Women" and plans were discussed concerning the care of a high school.girl who is aided by this group. . Ing with Mrs. C. E. Atkinson In Ins Shane apartments. • There will be a dance at the Catholic social hall for the b:ne(U of the poor of ths county. Saturday ' There will be a.lrw story hour at the library. The Night club, will meet with I Mrs. Jcc C. Watson. ' I 1 Methodist hospital for B. Rlley Jones tonight. j Uvo wecks Mr Myers nas re turn;tl M.SS Mary Satterfleld, cf M«m- f R br , e[ vlslJt wUn her ,. phis. Is a guest In the home of ( , wllson aU< , ntlcd; Mr. and Mrs. C W. AffI ck. 0. W, McCulclien. who Is recclv- fc , , , ruE5(] w , (1 . Ing lieatmer.t In Memphis, Is now Improving timl will return homo to- | morrow. ., . ] Miss Minnie Matthews 1?H Ins', night for St. Louis wheffl she will purchase spring and suihrner stock j ^"^A SanTweWncr.'of Ksnnetl. 0- M.' Hahvdl,-J. W." Edrlngton, frtt- lb» NPR- IDixlp sinrp. - _. .... . __,' i_. tu tr 17,...i o»/i n n Ro^rio^c ncsday. Mis. 1 ) Sallle M. Crowe was a visitor In Osceola yesterday. . • Isaacs has as h! 5 house-,8. M. Hodges led the afternoon's for several days Mis;. Eva I lessen'on Soviet. Russia-with parts and Ester Cooper, of M3m- 'on the program taksn by Mesdamcs Huffman News of Osceola. Mr. and Mrs. Miss Catherine Hancy has re for the lackson-Jlarshall Tho marriage of Miss Ina Mae larshal! an'd Mr..Clifford Jackson, both of Holland, Mo, lock place lere yesterday with Ju«li9e E. D. Valker performing the ceremony. 'armor's Turkey Flock Lives Up to Dreams RUPERT, Idaho, (UP)—For once grlculturil mathematics worked out and D. Orislenti, happy Jackson farmer, Is • the tenellclury hereof. Early in 1930 Grlslentt indulged in that sport of speculating on how Mr. and Mrs. J. W. B^.ouss aiid children have returned from Phoenix, Arif., ,where they spent six weeks. •'.'.. Mrs. Allan Walton has returned from Memphis where she was the guest oi h«r daughter, Mr?. Berry B. Brooks jr., and Mr. Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson, M.. and Mrs. Braxton Bragg, of Oscc-' ola,. were vliltbrs In the . city last evening. :Mr. and. Mrs. Rowland Wolfor! had as their guests yesterday Mr. and Mrs.. Sam Oraber, ,Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kolm of Kennett, Mo., and Eddie Hauser, o'f St. Lauls.who came down especially for the danca last night. Jake Stelnbtrg, of Cardwell, Mo., Is a visitor In,the city. Johnnla Pepp left today lor si. .ouls after apendlnt several weeks hire. Oscar Hardaway was a business ipms, anasam wemncr. 01 iwimeu.. -• •••• ••"• •-••• •-• ••• --••"=—-• turned from Paragoulcl where s'.it They came for the dance last nigh'. W. E. Hu it a d O .B Segrav^. , « ^ ^ and will be honored guests ut a bridge party to be given by ;thi!ir : following the lesson. Mrs. E. A. Te» : host this evening. . ; : '»"! ™s a guest,Mr. and Mrs. W. U Sorrell.'.wlio i Wssra Rosi . Hutaisteln, Rut a spend their time traveling, were , Goldberg, Ramcllq Wclnfcarg .and BlythevlllB visitors Wednesday. '.. n<*z Nichols, Mr, and Mrs. L. K. • ' , Hanvarg .Nathan Welribsrg and I Ben Nichols of Osceolu, accasnuan- irci by Maurice RubBiistein of i Sletle, Mo.f attended the 13'nai ! iVrtth dance In Blythevllle last evening. - . i . | Mesdamcs D..'P. Crouch, A. E. Hosers, F. P. Jacobs, J. O. Smith, nose Goldberg. H. A. Behrens and C. M. Harwell, members of the Osccola High school P. T. A., are attending the county P. T. ing In Blythevllle today. Misses Kamelle Weihberg, Ruth much his flock of turkeys would Increase during the- season. It was fins fun to Imagine squadrons ol small turkeys following his hens. But this time dreams came true. For, at the end of the season, Grl-'s Bock o[ ten hens had in- creassd birds to recolve $900 and still hod a fine nucleus for 1931. Notes M. L'. -Hawkins, city, was ' dismissed from the Blythtvllle hospital today. visitor In Memphis Wednesday. Mr. »nd Mrs. ,Henry Humphrey.-, and Mn. Edgar Borum art) visitors In Memphis today. W. W. Holllpeter is attending to business In V^mptils today. S. J. Cohen and Logan H. Wooley are In St. Louis this week for the road show. Zal B. Harrison ,and R. L. Galnea are transacllng business In Osce ola today. . . , ' O. B. Courtney, of Little Ro:k, attended to business here ycster day. Mrs. John W. Myers Is at th D RIDGE GSve Bridge Dinner. Members' of the Matinee Contract club, .their, husbands and Mr. and Mrs. C.'W. Garrigan were guests of Dr. and Mrs. John R. McDanlel Wednesday evening for .a bridge dinner.'. Pink carnations was Ihe centerpiece for'the lace covered table and tapers, 'in plrik ! holders, also car? ried out the color motif. The was served In buffet style. Mrs. Joe c. -Watson won the ladies' prise, hosiery; Dr. c. T. Morris received'linen; handkerchiefs for the men's award/ and Mrs. C. W. Oirrlg'an was "given \a handkerchief] . .* * * Hu Dinner Party. Mrs. Cecil. White complimented Miss Edna Earl-White with a dinner patty'-Wednesday evening. Included in the guest list was C B Wocid, of Luxora. A delicious menu was s-rvcd at an attractively appointed table. District Conference B.. P. W. C. Postponed Tfe.s meeting of district 2, of the . Arkansas Business and Professional women's clubs, scheduled to 'bo BY AUWARn C. WOLFE Member of the National Cham- plonst^j Auction Team In taking cut your partner's no trump declaration, be careful about rrmktng a minimum ovcrcall when the 1 hand calls for n game going contract. Note tfce following hand. NORTH—DEALER S—0-10-9 H-A-10-9 D—A-10-9-B C-K-J-9 WEST S—3-3-2 H—5 D—K-Q-I. 74-2 C—8-3-2 EAST S-K-7- SOUTH H— K-+ D— 6-5-3 C-A-Q- 10-5 H—Q.l-8-7-6'3.2 D—None C—7-6-« Tlie Bidding First round—North one no trump East pass, South four lienrts (no' forcing nor invilallov.ul). \Vcs pass. 'Second round—North pass. Ens pars. Nile, that South should net bid and held here Saturday - night Sunday, has-been postponed. The Illness of tho slat* president, Miss Lenora '.Wilson of Uttle Rock made It' impossible for her to be present" and officers of-Hie d;strict voted ;lo hold the touter- cnce at,a later^date. Mrs. Rum Stilwell Holder, of.this 'city, 'is chah-man.' ..- : ' Osceola Society—Personal Mrs. F. P. Jacobs read a moot in- resting paper on "Books and their fluence on the School Child," in- uding a selected list of books sult- ble for children's rending, at trie Delicious refreshments were served If ^ vlsltin B frlsnds 8ncl . " la r tives. • , William Cassiday has moved from Cooler lo .T. J. Hatfleld's farm. • T. H. Hatfleld and Manuel Ad- .isson were In Osceoia Wednesday .here Mr. Hatfield attended im. court. Mrs. George Ross is at the bcd- ide of her niece, Fatty Anna Hos f Blythevillc: Mrs. Mary Fitzgerald is" suffering from an attack of tonsllltls Turner Klsssll, Joe Casaiday jr. and Jewel Baker were Osceola vis- tors Sundhay night. • Mabel McKay was the week-end visitor of her sister. Agii3s McKay egular meeting, of the High! I Goldberg, Rcse i?ubDiisteln and arent Teachers association yes- 1 Freda Nichols, accompanied by Bsn .Nichols. Nati;an We'lntsrg, Abe Ni chbls and Guy Hubensteln, all ol terday, and Mrs. R. H. Jonss pre- tented current events relating lo chool activities over the country In I Oseeola, will b2 guests of Mr. and n Interesting and instructive pa- 1 Mrs. Joe Isaacs at a bridge party I cnrtl tricks. This bid might, then om, encourage North to bid I' a slam, and South's hand does n warrant a forcing bid of thr icarts; over a three heart bid | torth would very well be justified j n Inviting a slam by bidding five hearts. This would spell disaster. However, South must make a bid for four hearts, which Is a signal to North that Soutti believes ne has a game In hearts, and so far as he (South) Is concerned, his hand warrants no furllior bidding:. , Note also In the above hand that East is not strong enough tor an infovmatdry double as he holds only two and a half tricks. The minimum requirements for a negative or Informative double is usually considered as three or more honor tricks. At the business -session tlia 'Or- ganisation voted the sum ol 32.50 o be contributed lo the Founders j Day fund, planned- a. social m^t-1 ng to be held during the month o;' j Fcbruary'when Miss Willie Lawson, j of Blytheville, county' superinLen- : dent of schools, will be the-principal shaker, arranged Irnrisp'brla- :[oji for in embers-who •»•(!! iitteiul :hc county council meeting In Biy- ihevllle today, arid discussed 'plans for entertaining the annual district track meet to which the O3ceol?, school hopes to be host..ln February. ; ; - ' * » •» Mrs. L. D. Massey delightfully entertained the two' table bridge club lo which s'ne belongs, at hir home here yesterday, afternoon, td- gether wlih an cxlra table of unes'.s. Including Mesdamcs W. J. Uriv.'rf Jr., A. W. Bowcn, O. E. Massc-n- gill ami B. F. Bnller. High score prl?o was won by Mrs. W. J. Driver jr., anil Mrs. O. K \1assengill ciil consolation favor. !\ delicious snlad course wns pervert ollowing the game. • Mrs. H. H. Jones was hostess to .he Osceola Literary club at hei lorne here Tuesday afternoon. Mrc. in Blytheville this evening. .tertained a number of the yainvj Arthur Eiiiiis en- [set with a dance Tuesday i::.;!it. N. Y. Woman Lost 14 Pounds of Fall One 85 Cent Bottle of Kruschen Salts Did It ; (ChiIdbirtE Trim the inonlht of'ti-aiting into case and comfort •E>. W. B. Sliupp, Durko. Uo. T\Tltt3: "1 applied last b.ityy.caraoau'd-lc- ,:inl nm woiiUcrrully.'lt gavc.l::t relief UurLig tl\c uattlug tlmu njJil hflpcil mo :o liav« an casv delivery." Mulhrr's rrlrnil Id liitollilus ami relai- itig tottu- IRTVCSJ uiu! Ussuca. It is a dls- rpvrry <if .-•> c^lnc-nt atislotrlelin. ] rrtlswl liy toirntlcsa ttiousaniia fnr orpr wl .U':ir«. Vr.rf. cltf r-natt-j. Ask for Mo lu-r's rrlcnd nl your [Imp store. Or, to ilemonstnl!: Us sitfitlitnb' nriil relnxinff effect—clip anil mall Elila coupon (or— tree trial sample — cjul helpful booklet BACK ACHED ALL THE TIME two hearts trump, for over the his partner's no reason that this would be a minimum takeout, and in that ,;vcnt Nortli mlahl not bo Justified- In proceeding further with thci bidding; Smith's hnnd Is far ton strong to take that chance. Kotc. furthermore, that a bid of three hearts by South would be wiong, for tb? reason that 11 \vo\ild STEELE THEATRE STEELE, MO. Night Show's—7:lo— Matinee —Sunday—3 I'. M. Georgia Lady Tells How She • Ooi Well and Strong After Taking Ciirdui. be a forcing bid; would demand further bid from partner, and would represent or guarantee to North that South held a mini mum of two and a half to three high Wiinly '.Cooncl'l Farm * Vittam :• to Meet: Saturday The .Cpiinly 'Cchncil 'of Farm Women will-have an all ''ay meeting .salurtay at -Nod^uK, at-the liome ! ,bf- J^E. LJHle.SLynch, when sevefpl coiinty-wite projc..? will 'be 'Jliciissed lii the "prcgiam of tb; hpnic demonstration activities. Representatives from ail cf uic clubs .throughout Mississippi county arc to attend when Miss Cora Night Coughs Famous Prescription liringi ' Almost Instant Relief . Night coughs or cfcughs caused by a .cold .or. by aivkrliatcd throat arc usually due to conditions which ordinary medicines do not reach. Bu the very first swallow of Thoxlhe a' doctot's prescription. Is guaran ttcd. to:give almost instant relief li>, .CoUmah, hcmc demonstration ifhoxine works on a dlHcrent prln ' Sunday and Monday .Inn. 18-10 "THE LASH" Rii'hard Hardielnu'ss Fighting romance of llic danger days follov.'lns Mexico's ceding to Cullfoinia, when desperados in tested the country—Richard B;ir ( In his most glnmoro.: iclr—f.venger of his peoples \vrci'.:; —nr, cflRiT lo love as to fijlu. del ting as glorious as the story. Yui imiEi ire H. Also Comedy and Cartoon Admission—15 and 25c. triple. -It goes direct lo the internal '' ' ' . aScnv, rill be In charge'-': ' '*'.' * , I cause.'.' DeTifr Altltndci by M»ny. | fhoxlne is pleasant tasting aiid ,;Vljltofs Irom numeroiu \»lnts of isafc for the whole taiuily. It will Ar>»iuas. Missouri, Mlsslsippl artd | fjvc >ou belter and qu'.cker reliet Jttmpbls added Interest to Oe'.for coughs or sore throat than any- Augusta, Ga.—Mis. Ncw- omc. 1830 Greens Street, this city, ays she is "delighted" lo tell about icr use of Cardul because s'.ie b;- ievcs it helped her so much. "Six years ngo. my mother gavo me Cardui because my health was j jcor," writes Mrs. Newsome. "I ,vas a pale and sickly girl, suf- • ferlng. constantly . with tacknche. ] My strength seemed to give out. j Mother had • taken Cardni her- m^sruiwraw 1 ' «™ p thc - ;ti " >-' ^ as the .very riiediclne for me. It brought me right Out, and after I had taken it awhile, I felt line. "After-1'was.married, I-was run- rtoyrn 'arid .hiodcd soiiiothing t: bufld me lip. I was went and had to'drag myself to my work. I suffered from shortness of breath and backache. "I remembcrc'd how much good Cardui .had done me before, and started taking.'It again. I tcok eleven bottles !pf Cardul. 1 gat well and strong again, and ceased Tuesday and Wednesday "Jan. 20-21 "M NAUGHTY FLIRT' ALICE WHITE Hers ^u indiscreet kis- inn fjood sirl naughty? .Dees it tlie nnsv. or \vith Alice White tel! !Ing you. | Conicily. I Admission—10 and ^oc. mil I'ost r>al,l fjilnin .yr.i|i|<rs) joiirif-pnw t^K,!: in rol- ois. -rtiliik's tn Know- Before Uaby Comes," anil a irla! sample of MoElict'A Frlcnrf: Tame (C) T 11. F. D City "I am starting on my second bottle of Kruschen Salts and am real pleased with results. I take It for reducing and so far have lost 14 pounds and I think it is doing wonders for me. 1 do not feel so tired evenings when I get home from, work." A',generous bottle of Krusc'nen Salts that lasts 4 weeks costs but 05 I cents at Kirby Drug Co., cr any j drug store in America—take one-1 half teaspoon In a glass of hot water every morning 'before break- ] fast^cut out pastry and fatty. meats—go light on potatoes, butter, cream a«<J sugar—that will help] Kruschen take oft your fat. Before 'Hie bottle is empty surplus fat is leaving you—Indolence changes to activity—you'll fc:l younger—eyes; will brighten—step grows spry. Millions know this— you ought to know it. Kruschcn Salts is the ideal treatment for constipation, iindigestion, head aches.-nervousness and acidity. Take Kruschen every morning- it's the little dally dose that does it^if nol joyfully satisfied after the first baltle—money tack.—Adv. G6 GENERAL MOTORS RADIO Kffccltvc January 15th, the advertised prices of General Alotors Hndios will include tubes. This forward stop ia in keeping vrilU the progrccuro polirics t>f Gcucrnl jMotora Kuflio Corporatiwi. CV_\KliAI..MOTOnSH,VniOCOKrOR*TIO.N, DAYTON, OHIO The "UTTLE GENERAL" I Tlie d»nce'.given at the city audl.K.' Wednesday evening by ths M:n.i- r*h lodge of the .B'nai B'rtth. •'Morc;tlian a hundred guests cri- thlig ytu haye ever tried or your mcney-.ttill be refunded. Put Up teady for us; In 35e, 60:, and Sl.OO bottles: Sold by Kirby-Bell Dru? •Joye<l-'4«incln8.:to,;4trnlns di QUver :co...and Klrty Druj"Co:, ani all CKbjb's 'ten-'p!.^ recording orchss- !nih-> r . gnocl drug slans, ', Adv 7 haying any ache or pains." Tut* Thedfori's Blatk-Dr»ught for- ConsUpatlorr, Indigestion, Bilknimt'-sa. 85' cente R package. Thursday a ad Friday Jan. 22-23 "THE BLUE ANGEL" Marlcnc Diet rich and Kmil .tannings ir ol Morocco In an cv. n BTCCUr picture. Hp.t'.cd ;\s ;i screen event of supreme A n^an and a woman caught nj Uie snare of all consuming love. Tn:se drama. Comedy and News. Admission—10 and L?. r u'. Theatre iindir now ni; nient. Now equipment and I Redecorated. A romptett, modtrn »crem< jtld radio o D ly 19* Mtb. Stt radlotroni (Tour Bcrccn-Arlil), completely •hieldrdi *!«iro- 4jn«m!c *p««Vrr| lone «Ttc- lorf all *lr*l cbkttU. M*J» In thrre finUhe»—rich bait w»t- nui, untlquetsuf f tn«gner. Iloyplewhitc . "Pioneer". . . Shoralon . . . All- Price: .•136 . *136 Lato Italian .'172 .'198 . '152 Include Queen Anne . . Georgian *370 Radio i: p. i2ft North Second Street UILL HILER Stalefs blaster Kleiaier For ncrc ll'.an .|7 ycjrs Dill Hccr bi blended niul ttsicil ryri:ps. A s^nir!: from each batch of Stilcy Syrup; niiiic pass the test of his educated pah;eat each step in iii making. D Youll iscove B anca. for rst time with thh Golden "Our Golden Blend has the true old-time 'sugarhouse syrup 1 flavor. A lot of folks today don't know what that means—hut down South, where I learned syrup making nearly fifty years ago, it meant a lot. "We flavor our Golden Syrup with premium grade syrup from the first run of the best cane sugar refineries. But the real knack is Mending at the right times and temperatures — to brintr out all the mellow smoothness and flavor." Staley's Golden Syrup is delightful with hot biscuits, pancakes, waffles and muffins. And it makes delicious cakes, cookies, and ginger bread. Write for our free recipe book, STALEY SALES CORPORATION Dttttur, HHnt'i! Staley's Golden Syrup comes in the BLUE can Three other delightful iUvo:;, a'.l Wended l'y Bill Hccr, Stnlcy's nastcr h'.cador. MAPLE FLAVORED fern-skit!) CRYSTAL WHITE (nJ l.;of!) SORGHUM FLAVORED (irixs l.:ltl) Staley's Syrups by llic MASTEV, ULENDER

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