The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1931 · Page 2
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^JAteK.V"'COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY '23. 193 i ' | Society Calendar >< . ,.; -Sataidajr. [There will fc a ! story hour at the SJytheyiUe' library., '' , Clttb Uu Guest*. I-Mre, J. Nea! Gescll entertained (ic nMmbejs of the Voting' Ma- tfons Bridge''club'and Mesdanies Edgar , Borum, W. J.. Pollard; Fsrnsworlh Slack, W. B. Tanner, 'I*. H.iMtayard,;Clarence Voilmer, Simuel F. Norrls and Misses Mar- S«ret Uahau.and Mary Louise Tay- Irt*. Thnrerti v'-'afrAvtin..** was cleverly "XSli °comlc\yalentines as' fa ->>'J3 i! 3; : i JH ,. '; tln»;the contract 1 bridge splayed Mra. W. P. Y«azey jr., won the <3iib * aw»nis,H .hosiery,;; '. .and ;'.. MH. e) F. Norrls, , the guest prize, dey print papfr, Jbasfcel, >A 'made handkerchief' fras' given lIrs..W..R... Tanner, a bride. i'The, hostess served a dainty frjiit - salad course with meat sandwiches, ripe and green olives and cof- Ife ----------- . ___________ ...... . f '-. ..• . ; I'Members of 'the MUl-Wecfc' Bridge' V— Vf-5- ,M.il«ife, Haines..,o( ting Neb; ; :tfK6 is' the'suCsC of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Halnes, <}-ere entertained; by Mrs. Cecil ' Shane .Thursd i tjte <ipj> ' luncheon the guests ijrire' serve*. at an atract- lvely.,»j>j»ln$sd;..'.table which -had for Its centerpiece a large; heart *lth arrows pointing. In various dilutions'.' -Tttese ' ah'd' : tl.V ' tallies showed -.a note of the approaching Valentine Day. j-jMrs.'fc; A'. Smith won a double deck of-cerds lor high score 'and Mrs. Minnie Haloes was alto fards. . - . r '-•"•*:•Class Meets." -•- ----- ........ '.The -Young People's , class or the First Presbyterian Sunday i school, corned df p young ' ladies ' ' young Sirs. Broods Long a Leader In Women's Activites Here Mrs. James H. Brooks, who Is leaving this afternoon for her homo In Las Vegas, Nevada, Is a pioneer club woman of Blythcvllle and of Arkansas, In the 25 years she has been afllllalcil with the Arkansas • FVrferatlon of Women's clubs she has been active In various phases of the group and most of trie tune since 1908-hns been prominent In local club, church and CMc organizations, ,'The first president of tlv* Arkansas', department of the American Legion auxiliary, she is a member : of the.-Aloha club. A charter member of {ho local unit 'she-also served .as Its first president nnd Is now historian of the group. - • Mrs. Brooks helped to organize the Blythevlllc Library association nnd at on? time scivcd ns librarian f'or : a year. "' Most of her time in recent years tiBS'-'bcen devolcd ,to activities in IheJFlrsl Presbyterian church, the Elliott Fletcher chapter of .tlv Untied Daughters of the Confederacy and the Woman's club. As teacher of the Bcrcnn Bililc clnss of the Sunday school and secrc'.ury of homo missions in the Woman's auxiliary she has been prominently -Identified In this congregation ;'Jf charter member of the Woman's Book club, which later grew into the Woman's club, she Is now chairman of tlw Literary department and secretary of the. club.- in the years' that' she has been ' and' .,,f.:--i -i (eacher, Mrs. George R. Crockett, Thursdfj?, evening for a buffet sup- P^r.. .- & • f f . , It -.^planned to have monthly meetings for business and social ather!ns>ui-- j '' v "" Sur "iay mornings. Has Infernal Party. ; ! .Molly"ueen Secoy, , daughter 'of in for an In' Mrs. James II. Brootu n port of .that organization wliich grev.' oui of the .war between, the stales she has occupied various,of flees. In mtelng Mrs. Brijoji she will be remembered especl&iiy 'tar :her untiring labors to., both carry out actlvitle and to pass on to others htr thoughts by her ability as a spealwr. ftrmal.Jpaity, lastrevening, --.uames were playjed..ajid' refreshment*.'en- Joyed. . ." ' (Club EntcrUtoed. , . f t , . "••'• Miss \Mary' Af'den Gallon^:' 'of Covmgron-'and Memphis was the guest or. Miss-Nea I Luckett-1 ist evening when she..«lso-«ntcrtalned the Night' Bridge plub,Y ." ' i.HIgti scdre among the club members ,wentiJp,;lfJa.>Minnie Matthews and"MIss Galloway received a handkerchief. "The hoj&sij sensed a chicken salad with sandwiches and lea;-. ', '•' Have fliilet.Siipi^r. ;} • •';• ^TwenlyJour ; ypung ladife'-eiijoy- fd a buffet supper at tlie home of Mni-.Ewl JBuckley;. Thursday 'eve-- n.ing with each guest taking a dlsli ;.,After the delicious 'menu -was served bridge was enjoyed. Miss Jiou Anna Vicks won the prize, a Beck of cards. ' " ' •> Throughout the party' Valentines pre arranged for portraying this holiday in_an efTecti* man- SfiUman ^pracn's Club .. Sleets OfSctrs. rjofncers of.the Stillnfan Women's club, elected in a meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs Charles Woodruff /were: Mrs. Chas JVoodruB,>.president; Mrs. M. A Middleton.jyice'.p'rtsident; Mrs. w A. Webb,.-secrttery and treasurer .i Miss'Cora Lee Co!eman, : home Demonstration agent, demonstrated H>e aiaktag.of various yeast breads and also the judging mid scorinir o such' brtads. ' ; • • . • r:The hostess served delicious caki and hot chocolate "The group will meet February a with Mrs. W. A. Webb. " Jewish .Ladies Aid -- .... . Meets in Oscepla, r . t;Mre.;£ M. Jaffe and Mr&<Willi- ^m Kichols of Osceola were hostesses to members of the Jewish Lages Aid society of BlyiVierille and psceola Thursday evening. ''The Valentine.motif was used In the decorations'of'suspended hearts covered lights and in the delicious 1 lunch served. " • ". \ ;. Plans were'.made.for a silver tea to be given 1 at the Temple Israel February. 8 >ith Mrs. Rose Goldberg of Osceola, Airs. Walter Rosenthal and Miss Pauline Lang-In Charge of arrangements." • ' * I '.William Earowsky /.nd Richard' JiedeL'guestvspoie'i:! the Inter-' en of the Temple tn .which they j urged Increased 'aticndance in the Sunday.school and at church services. ••* - - H was-voted tf) wire the senator asking hL-n to-'favor the'.bill appropriating funds lor the crippled children-in Arkansas.. • •. Miss Rose Rubinstein of O:;cola, ^;ibs Max. Movers ;ind Miss ftanccs Jaffa of Osceola give readings and MiM Ruth Goldberg,' of psceoia, Aang "St. Louis Blues" during the social hour, '.-.-' •-• ' •The nerti.njecUng.will be-hild In February at the home of Mrs. Joe Senath Schools Sponsor Contest in Folk Drama SENATH, Mo.—A unique contest for "5fucients''6f"southeast Missouri high schools has been announced by, ( the Scnalh high school which is;sponsoring a contest known as lukn-school tHt'Sbutheast Missouri high school folk., drama, tournament,. The tournament 'will TJC open to all high schocJi.of tlie first class and each scriooliwlll be represented-by a -Urn- •ifed Dumber of students-each'pi whom' will present a specimen of wcrki In : play writing • and also. in presentation of plays. r According -to Prof.; G. V. Bradshaw, stipe^lhtendent of the Scnnth schools, Cuifler W:-.KC direction • the c&]]U.-.=t will devcloi), the contest will lole March 5 after which the rcs'cntatUm ceremony will be held ml a trophy awarded to the Winer in each event. All high schools n .the southeast Missouri district nve been notified of the contest nd.'have received tournament rules s well HS information for theguld- nce of students taking part In the ctivity. "The contest j-lil offer a new out- et for creative ability of the stu- cnts," states Prof. Bradsliaw. "So nuch of our education is merely eproducliOh and memory w-dfk. We need more constructive activity on he- part of -'the sludenti." Prof. L. N. Jones, coniest man- nger, states that southeast Missouri s rich in history that can be turn- d :UUo folk drama bolh appealing md powerful,- that gripping tales, lirllllng adventures, tragedies, comedies and modem problem plays all rare abundant and highly suitable to be put Inlo folk dramas. Exchange Bank at Dermott Is Reopened LITTLE ROCK, Jan. 23. (UP) — The Exchange Bank antl Trust company of Dcnnott reopened for business today after having closed November 17, during the scries of bank closures, the slate banking department was informed . Music Students Will lake I ests Tomorrow -. The csnniinatioii tor Anisic stu^ cjctiiB ol high schoOlv&s' sent out dV. the state ' Musl<.v.''g'sso(;iatioii l\uou|jh the \Uiiivefsjfy : , of . Aikaij- ^s, \viil ue -given' (<JL iiWho^ vlolni ahu voice students it^tne city -high ' BihvfNcws Mostly Personal ••• C. E: Atkinson Is expected to'ar- IVe hohie Sunday-from El Dor"ade> where he attended, the funeral of Mrs. Atkinson's mother. Mrs. : At- klrison will remain there lor two weeks. Dr. and. Mrs. John H. McDanlel jr., and son, John 11. in, and Mrs. Mcpanlel's.inother, Mrs. Jamei.lt. Brooks, lc.it at noon for Las' Vegas, Nevada, where tliey' are to live-.' H, A. Smith and'soVii Homer, arc spending today In. Meinptils.' : ' :i ' Dr. I. R.' J.oh'nson' has recovered from several' days' Illness, Dpri Chamblui. sb'n or Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chamblln,' Is lll'.at/ the home of his parents. Dr, and Mre.;!. 1^. Johnson will have SBHrielf. guests Jo>,tne'.Week- cnd Mrs._I. P. Wyse.aud children iml<>trs.-A..B. Robinson, of Memphis. " ' ' ' • Mr. and.Mrs,, John, B.-,Lane loll today for*Ne# r OrleanS where they will attend, the Baptist Bible Institute."', • '•' ''''.,-' v v'- i , M'rs. Wgar.Pefcrs'ou'Jr.','of'Jones'- : boro Is .r'elurlUtig'hamc (his nher- noon alter spendlns \wb 'days with her mothe'r, Mrs. James H. Brooks, and sister, Mrs. John B. McDaiilel r.,; who" left *today';f6r'"Las'Vegas. Nevada, 'where ; they are- Id live. : Earl Koontz, of.-Springfield, Mo., j 111. arrive this afternoon to spend ho weekend-with Mrs/Koontz whu » visiting her mother, Mrs. E, M. | Bryan, .and 'daughter, Miss Elleii. Moss Bryan'has Returned,to Chi-1 agt> aflet spending several -'weeks' with his inother, Mrs.' E. M. liry- Vft'nil dauglile'r,"Mlss Elleii./:'' Mr." find Mrs. Dixie Crawford ai-e moving "to^ne "Carter residence ,611 North Fifth .street. Their former on Kentucky avenue.! FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY Lettuce, Fancy 48s, Head Yellow I'ouncI SC ___ GRAPEFRUIT Fancy • , K.uch APPLES Romc Ilcauty or Ark- I!klk CABBAGE Solid Head Pound EGGPLANT I'Vcsh Pound S:aool aa'turcmy t rjiotning-.' . < ! 19 o'clock ' ' - -•'.Oretlils will bc.'feiveu 'for 'those succesatully passirig) th5,.te'»<s pro* ""•"-' ihey linvc) studied Under acid teacher*::'-'. ' '• .' \ ; •' credited ,v.v..^..., . , . ,. Miss .Willie •'A^Laytson,' county s\ipu'nntendeiit/.6Upjtvlse3 the'ijlv; nig of these examinations.' "Church and Eternity" 1» Lecture Subject tohlgbt .-The Rev. H. .j/Klelndiensf,. pas or of Die Pilgrim Lulheran-churcn hll lecture tnls evening,' 1:31 o'clock, on the.-tlwme- "Tne Twc Iniiwriaiit Questions—The Chris' an Church nnd -Eternity." . . These weekly meetings ore held at his home,'1130 West Ash stieet. Masoiis Meet tonight - : The Chlckasawixi .lodge-./nuniber 134, F. and A. 1 . M..will lAld its'reg- ular .'meetliiB lorjight at the :Ma- sonic'hall'at 7:3q.\All visiting brothers are invited, to- attend. - ' owned . py...Mr;' and ' Mrs. W.eiidel!'' PhllllDs,.; has' bteri .purcliascd! by,. ft. '-. 'Gaines 'whp'^jilll reside there.' H.. O. 'WicVham Is attending to '""--—•• 'in x 'Joh'«tbi)r6'::aud^Para- TURNIPS 7ic-i SPINACH Fresh I'ound 6c BELL PEPPERS Fresh '.. Pound Mustard or Turnip Uuncli CARROTS "' BEETS ..; SQUASH Bunch Tender Pound Guaranteed Fresh Ulue Ribbon ' 2 Pounds MACKEREL Tall Can 9c REACHES' PORK & BEANS 3 Cans . gould. today anij .Saturday. Mrs. '- . Mrs. Su^RijAtoisW.'has-returitsd I from -a-; .two days' Visit in'-.faaruui-' crsviil*.';".-' ;•;.;;! ijl; ^- ; ' . Miss Bernlce Sap'hlnn .of'caruth-1 j ersvillc, was,' a visitor in the city ' yesterday. iH.,.,. .. ^^ <:/,> ftty Belzoni, Miss., "wHerc he altciiddd fo business for severa.l,ilayi,nnd he. Is now in Marked TCftc. il> .*.& S i< Mrs. R. L. Gaines-and^iuighteft BilUc Louts«, are rvlsitlng relatives, .in nyersbiirg, Tenn. ' ' Mrs.-Vlrgll^Grgene.and daughter, MiSG : .EvQfynf,BlStJii, arc'vfeiu Ing.in OsceeJo-todny.— -• - Mr. and Nfrs. Vernon Peters, of RJp'ley.i. Tcnn., hji,ve ..returned to their .liomt!-after-a..'bilei visit .with Mr. nnd Mrs... A. C. Haley who celebrated , theli- 25th, wedding annl- vers'n'ry Wcijiiesdas'; " •'• Mr. and Mrs." E-'Tq.'Ferguson arc ^pending the veexe'nd in-Tipton;-Mo., with Mr; t Ferguson's mother, who Is' celfbra'tlng 'her' birthday ' : '•'' '"' -•"• Don't Break Your Back With a Market Basket WEDEUVER ORANGES 20c TANGERINES ."J)ozen 15c '' '"PctH'I'oiH. Nn, 2 Can ' ' 2 Cans With Other Groceries SPAGHETTI v anco LETTUCE .'Head 7k S. J. Cohen left last nioht for Jefferson City, Mo., to irnnsact business for several days. Woman Asks Atlanta ••'-- Postmaster lor Hubby ATLANTA. 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