The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 26, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 26, 1930
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK) 'COURIER NEWS = /:. : '. : F PI I IRQ -ULUDO Activities. arid News of Women .. ' «ibe Junes P:- KttOe e\afttt ot j- o. ot C.''< will metf -»t'3:!» ocfc with Mr*. Marvin HoMo- for the first meeting of the . Officer* .. ' 7 The UuUUatioo of officers, flre new member*, the announcement ot- committees and u interesting prof ram wtre features of the tjrst raeotlat of the Jewish Ladies Aid Boclety for the new- ye«r held Thunetay tTeoing' it Uje-home of Mn. Joe Iiucs. There were 36 rnemters ud fuesta present. JHrs- Roce Goldberg of Osccola, out joins president, Instilled these newly ekcied leaders: Mrs. Row JKJxl-i WolfqH, pwsktenl; Mrs. E. Mi. Jalte ol'Osceoi«;'vlce president; V&s. L. K. lUrwfj of Okceola, secretary; Mrs. Joe lsuc«, treasurer fo| the sixth consecutive year! Ml mute 'responds *nd the out 'going ofllcm werevvea rotes of trmnks for their labor. The;' flve riew' members are: Mrs. M; Frankel ,of New Madrid, Mrs, Julius Kohh' arid Mrs. 8am Braber of Kermett, Mrs. Jack Applebaurn and Mrs. Sarri Flormsui. iTheae corrtinlttee chaltmen were aoounced: Finance, Mrs. Rose OoUbtrg of. Osceola; Program, Mfr. . Walter • Rosenthal for Blj- thevUe and Mrs. . Maurice Silver- Held for Osoeo'la; Flower and Sick-' rieig, Mrs. Joe Kleban for BlytU.;- And M. Student Miss Adele LaiiEStoii, attractive daughter o( Mr. ami Mrs. C. C. Langalon, is.a student at,' Arkansas Bits of News Mostly Personal FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2C, 1930 Mrs. C. D. Eaton went to Jotics- boro today for several days stay. Mrs. A. L. Oakcs who has been •seriously 111 nl her home, D20 Hoarn street,' Is better. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. M. Onkcs, of Jonesljoro, spent yesterday with llicir parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. fccs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Y. Love o! Jon;sboro, who have been guests o! Mr. nnd Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls for several days, went to Memphis today .for the week-end before returning home. Mrs. Corn Pearl Bowman, of Nlmmons, Ark., is the guest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Oakcs. She will remain until her mother is much better. . ._' Mr. and Mrs. Fnmsworth Black and daughter, lictty, accompanied bv Mrs. W. H. Mlnynrd, are In ( Memphis today. A. and M, Jonesboio, this year.:] Mrs. W. I. Ucnlon and daughter. Miss Kathryn, were called to Meridian, Miss., yesterday by the death of Mrs. Demon's son-in-law, W. C. Cockrnn, who passed away at 9 o'clock. Uoy Kelly ot Birmingham, Ala., ipeut yesterday with his aunt and family, accompanied by Mrs Charles Waters, spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. R. • H: -Bennett were called to Memphis today by tfc? death of Mr. Bcnnctt'e father. Mur. Arthur I,. Oliver lius re- liinicd to her home In St. Louli after visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. James U. Clnik since Monday. Mrs. Robert Blaylcck has re-' urncd from several,days i>lay in Joiner and Memphis. Whlla'ln Joiner she was he BUCS of Mr,' and Mrt. 'lonaltl Fletcher. Mr. and Mrs. John Smuthorman, of Armorcl, have as tljelr guests, Mrs. Jones, of Cairo., 1 /,;!" Mr. nnd.Mrs. A^O. JHhMt'on have iiilunied'-'.from scVrr»l : *jihys stay In St. LoJIs and. poln'fe.Vb^ Illinois Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Khshncr, Mr. and -Mrs. Byron are in Memphis today. Mrs. A. M. Butt, Is a Memphis visitor (cday. of the spirit, the presence -of the spirit nnd Ihc transforming power of the spirit," Mrs. Rny Worthlnglon was chairman ot group 4 and. Mrs. C. M. Gray also took part, on the nl! day program. Those .going from here were: Meidames James B. Clark, Hay ville.and Mrs: Adolph Weinberg for Kay W0 rihlnglon, Marsh M. C«l' '" " ' jltway, W. A. Dobyiis, H, H. Dyer, /Mile Hooper, Virginia Keck, J, H. Morrison, G. M. Gray, Margaret H. Osceola. . Mrs. -Walter .Rosen (ha 1 Imd arranged theae numbers: song, Aiilta Strata; reading, Mildred Lang; dance and sonf, Harold Nathan Rcsenthal; accompanist, Miss Mildred Judd. •After the delicious Ice co-irse •*« served "danclrig was' en.- '. ?d fdt aewril hours; '.-.' >.->The' gunts Included M I ;,•] .ol ofjNew. Madrid, Mrs.'Joe' o^Memphls . who Is visiting Ui Os- diner, George R. Crpcketl, C. J. Crane and the pastor. H«* Clob, In cntertalnlnB . ciola,; Misses Bamelle '' 'Ruth ' qoldbenr , . Miss Geraldtne Rich'; . Mrs. Loulie Stracke and dfttighter, Anita, Harold Nathan Ruenthal, Misses Sara and Mildred MJss. Mildred Judd, Joe Ap- plebmum and Morris Frankel, Mew Madrid. . " . of ClU Memben an* HuitaiMb EnttrUiMd -Ike. husbands of the "Young Mafronp BrMge- club members at •vten^ed the party 'Thursday evening when Mrs. Matt ^tonaghnn Jr., was'ho»loK. la the' interesting card games 14. and' Mrs.. Doyle Henderson won!.the high score prize*. Both rewired hose. l&rs. Monaghin served » dainty Ice course with individual cakos to the^tlx couples present. • «•" • Clajii 'Has : BuhecM) :the.;roen 6J '.the. Wonder Sun- daj Khootolass of the' Lake street Methodist church were hosts to the lady members' Thursday 'evening for a 'barbecue on the bjwn of Mr. and Mrs. J.: y£ Maioney'a homo. ffhe-lJS present* had an appeliz lr S l && *'.&' the tteri acUng as w*lt*r» in' serving the hot barbecue • Eaedwiches, coffee and cold drinks •Old fashioned games made entertainment aftrt supper. T« Hare Cfakkcn Dinner. The Woman's Missionary society or the Lake Street Methodist church will have a chicken dinner Saturday in the buUdlng formerly occupied by the Bootary. Bridge club Thursday, Mrs. A. Conway also Imcl as her ijuest her niece, Mrs. Godfrey White of Osccola. Her home \vns lovely with many finds of wild flowers and' grassy n attractive vases and baskets ns a setting for the two small tables' arranged for two courses. Mrs. A. B.. Fan-field received 'aie.for high score prize and Mrs.. White's remembrance was a deck ol-cards- - « * • Club Meet* Mrs. Floyd White was the only ;ucst of the Thursday Luncheon Mrs O. W. Pink roses the,. Mld-Week CHICKFN DINNER SAT. SEPT. 27lh. Glvfn Bv The WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY Of The 'LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH ' !n The Building Formerly Oc• cupied By The Bootery. , m Sifwu Fraternity, .BUly Lawsie, .son,.of Mr. and Mrs, B. S. Simmons, of Dell, has become a member of .the Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity chapter at Vanderbilt university, where he Is enrolled at » freshman. • , - .*•..»' £ride C^**wp^**titfd Mrs. John R. McDanie'l jr., and Mrs. Joseph .c. Watson entertained '16 of-their-IriewU with a shower .Thursday evening at the McOaniel home in honor of a recent bride, Mrs./Charles Wallace Garrigan. . She was. Miss Bonnie Lynn Gay before-her marriage a week ago. . , .. " . . -;^btumn flowers made pretty 'decorations and the'refreshments of dessert, fruit .punch and individual cakes; showed the' color arrangement of green and white. Whtf pc- tit«;rosebvds were favors. ^Mlj* Juanita _6mlth' won crystal beads:tor.hlgh wore••prize and the low. score, ah iKense burner, went to Mils Mary-Ardeu Galloway. Mrs. Girfigari receivtd a lamp from the hostess and .pther .guests presented her a..varied .aisortmerit of remem- bTances. lub this week when Affllck was Irostess. adorned the, attractively arranged uncheon table for the three course nenu served 1 at OIKS o'clock. In the bridge games Mrs. R. F. Kirshner won the prize, hosiery. • • * Dinner Party For Vbiton Mr. and Mrs. George W Barham entertained some of Mr. arid Mrs. J. W. Park's most Inllnmlc friends with a dlpivsr parly last cveniiiB at 'their home en Henm strecl in ccmpllmenting the guests from >maha, Neb., who (ormerly lived iere.' " : ' Those prccant were Mrii I. O. Weilbrook, Mr. and Mrs., R. L. Dedman, Mr. and Mrs. K M. Terry, Mr> H. R. Brandon, tlic Rev. E. K. Latimer, Miss Gladys Barhnin. An appetizing dinner of several courses was served at prettily arranged tables. * • • County Ccmncll to Hare. Booth at Fair The Mississippi County Council ol Parents'and Teachers will liave a- publicity boolU at the county fair, according to nmioiinccmenl made by Mrs. S. M. Hodges, conn- ell publicity chairman. Every unit of the county is being urged to have some part In this booth showing. The exhibits nre o be sent, to the office of the Saturday. uncle Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Kuox. Mrs. John H. Long nnd family, accompanied by Mrs. J. H. Fisher, ore in Memphis today. A Crafton returned last night from Little Hock where lie was In the hcspilal and receiving treatment for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Cohen, Mrs. J. P. Pride and Mrs. A. Crafton attended the fair at Memphis yesterday. Mrs. W. n. Adams has returned frcm Memphis where shn attended tl',3 fair and visited Mrs. Hugh Tucker for two days. She was accompanied by Miss Cora Lee Coleman. Freeman Siiiglelcrry and J, P, Holland spsnl Thursday in Memphis. Mrs Monte Sanders has Iran visiting relatives in Memphis several days. : , Z. A. McQulstlou was a Memphis visitor Thursday. Louie Stdry, who has been in Little Rock and not Springs for six weeks, was tnkcn 111 at Hot Springs several days ngo and brought home last night. Mrs- Story, Dr. C. E. Wilson and Mrs. Harvey W. Stewart met him in Memphis. He has malaria fever.; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Copeland and RITZ THEATRE Friday and Saturday WHOOPEE BILL GOES 'WESTERN' —nnd the whole nation goes hysterical! . 'Mr.' »nd Mrs. C. R. -Mpttey the birtri'af a daughter yes- 'at the, Blytheville hospital t pound • Uby" has been Ann'. - The s members of the We »- - a' --, .J-ot the First Prest ••• cH fck\ and the .pastor, thv --'.. Mfiih.M. Callaway/.'altentiecl' :',. an*i#j:ja«Uai ,pf Arkansas l'n s ' by ^.;^'j6ne5boro. Thursday. .] i cpttJjtrtmg.the Blble'hqur th R»^. Mr. Callaway spoke on "Th Hfl»y .-Spirit ; u>4 Personal Power In Irtkb lw .uted this thought: 1 Holy ft>lrit".tO .be a per , fa aojOM'i life tha e iniulq hrlsiophcr-Rhotles A marriage licease was issued to- ay to Miss Opal Rhodes and Mr. B. Christopherr both of Leach; .lie. '.V. . . . > bchrum-Parrot Miss-Bonnie V. Parrolt, of this •ty, and Dan T. Schruni, of I--ort mlth, obtained a marriage license ere today. , He'll tak P'OU where Laughs arc Laughs! Mr. and Mrs. Horace T. Gulp' liave s their-guests Mrs. W. J. Miller nd daughter, Mrs. W. P. Miller, of ••ine Bluff. They arrived ycster- ay for ten [lays stay. Ralph Baker, associated with the itkan'Eas; 'Grocer company at Ca- uthersville for five yers, b now mployed by the sam-? firm here. HOME THEATRE and Saturday ALL -TALKTMG" PICTURF . "RIDIN-LAW" - With an all star cast Western—with thrills. A]so. .Jtule Box No. 9 an . - Comedy. Matinee & Night—10 and 25c Coming—Norma Talmadee in '."NEW YORK NIGHTS" (VOUom HAIHE; WEST Fables nnd Comedy Matinee—10-30c N'ight—10-35c. Coming—Greta Garbo "ROJIANCE". PEED At The Host Pi-ices In Town. 'v, AIAVAYS-A-HEAD For— Horses, iMules, Cowsj Hogs, Chickens. Alfalfit Hay- Corn— Oais— Bran- Oyster Shells— OBERST Store Co. , I'honc 35 Next Door To Post Office Free ing "Park while .you shop" •M'c invite you to- park-' your car on our yard at siny'tinic'it is convenient to you. You may do so without obligation—this is simply' a courtesy we are extending to the ntoibrinj; puuli^;. An ;it'~, tcmlwt will take'diargc of >'*fc car'at onr drive- Barnsdiil] Service Station IX-FKONT>OP Till'; GOFF HOTEL BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY alia MONDAY Bananas Fancy Golden Ripe Fruit pound 5c Ante &, Ib. 7jc | Cranberries Ib. 20c Buter Ib. 41c Ib. 7fc | Cabbage green Ib. 3c Libbys Deluxe can Fresh Each 7c I Potatoes Ib. Sugar In Cloth 10 pounds 4 Celery Calif, stalk IQc Beets & Carrots « 7c Pineapple S: Libbys Cauliflower *"£? 15c j Syrup 21 can 25^ New South ' 39c P &G. 10 bars for 31c Pork & Beans 3 *»25c [Cocoa gg eb " 25c Milk <S. 6 small or 3 large cans 23c Crackers Flour 25c | Oats C A 3 pkgs. 25c Sack 68c 24-lb. Sack Fern Leaf 24-lb. Sack Uncle Ned Cleanser Old Dutch 2 pkg. for 15c I Hominy V2anc ? nmp 3cans25c Hawk Bacon Sliced . Limit Ib. 32c Ro!led Ih IP. Dressed HensIb Dressed lh Frers ID. Compound Lard 5-lb. Limit Ib. IQc 17Sc|VealRoasl'Si"ll l9 '121c Salt Meat Plates For Boiling pound 135c

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