The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 9, 1930 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTlIRVILr.B. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER_9._l!)3ft Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Society Calendar .; • Friday Ttie Dorcas Sunday schoal class of the . First Baptist church Is »-ith Mrs. J. H. Shoc- at 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. A. alSo as liostcss. • Mrs". John W. Snydcr Is having ! Turner will allcnd from here, a bridje party at her home on West Ash.rtreet. Junl«r Mojic Department of Woman's Club Fornwd. A Junior. Music department of the Woman's club Is being 01 -iti- Izcd this afternoon among tin ;h school girls with Miss K ••& Merritt as sponsor. The'flrsi • ing is betas held at Hie lilgi. »:. ' auditorium, PUis'ior the group are lnc<H>- plete 'but. It is probable that HIP members' will meet monthly when interesting program will be given concerning well known composers with the girls rendering numbers as part of the studies. Any high school girl Interested lii music Is eligible lor membership. Club EnUrtalned. Mrs. Fanrsworth Black won the prize, hosiery,.at the weekly party, of (he Wednesday club given by Mrs. W.. J. Pollard at the home of Mrs. A/M. Butt. The only guest, Mrs.' Samuel P. Norrls, received a green sport handkerchief. Colonial dressed ladles made at tractive'tallies and marigolds were '•used, for decorations. For ttie delicious plate lunch served there was tomatoes .'stuffed with tuna llsh salad; cheese and nut, sandwiches potato cnlps, pickled peaches tmd coffee. ••' • * r. K. O. Resumes Lun.<*<»» M«Unft. Outstanding women of the P. E O!' were discussed by members o tt\e (ocal chapter at the tlrst meet- in* of the season Wednesday whet Mre: J. A. Leech was also elected president following the reslgnatloi oCJiIrs. Walker H. Baker. Fourteen .members and one guest Miss Willie 'A. Lawspn, nltende "the luncheon meeting at the home. ol^Mrs. T. J. Malian when Mrs. MjiTian and Mrs. H. A. Smith were hostesses. Yellow flowers predominated In the fall blossoms which foftr.ed the centerpiece. After the appetizing menu was served at one o'clock Mrs. W. W. Hollipcter was in charge of the program. Plans were formulated for eiiler- talplng Mrs. Polly A.' Newell of S:. Ixju'ls, Missouri state organizer, who will be In the city next Friday night. A special' meeting will be lieH • ' » Music Club Formed. Piano pupils of Miss Minnie Lee Jones were organized Wednesday afternoon in a music club, to be Iterated with other music clubs of the country. In the meeting held at'her studio on Chlckasawba ave- nuo It was decided to name the group "The McDoweil Music club." These officers were named: Margaret Oimenl, president; Kilty Bell Newman, vice president; Anita Joyce Bryeahs, secretary; Howard Massey,. treasurer. The members will meet monthly. After practicing the club song ilKss Jones served dainty' refreshments.. r , Junior High P. T. A. His Large Attendance. The 53 members of the Junior high'school Parent-Teacher association who attended the social meeting Wednesday altemoon at the-'school elected a delei:;:'.-; io the stale' convention in JoiHstj;o nest wejji, heard plans discussed lor the study course to be given here next month, had a program and a delightful social hour conversing with the) teachers informally. Refr.ih- mejits were served by membc of the 1 Acspltality. j]rs. N. B. Menard was - (. delegate to the Jonesboro < - tictt With Mrs. M. O. Usrcy ..-. ;- tajjate. Representing this gii/up a: the- council meeting at Leacluil'c today is Mrs. B. A. Lynch. | Jti jspcaking of the use of the H- | brwy Miss Monta Hughes showed j a demonstration given by four stu- ' deftts who properly used the reference room in keeping with their KKcol studies. Grs. Lynch, chairman for the jvurtor high P. T. A. In the study coBtse, explained that Miss Goldie Pyje.'of the state department, will be-here November 3-8 when she will give the course ,to Parent- Teacher workers. _* •- * • To^AUtnd Meeting, •file superintendents and princi- pals of Mississippi county schools weeks v:.-T. * nil Mrs. WcbL-'a par- are meeting at Shawnce tonlgr.l us \ cuts, Mi. und Mrs. J. T. Alford. guesls of these officials of that | Mvs. diaries F. Wtxxt is altend- school. ' ' I»S t:.e 1'unibcol oimly fair at Crawford Oieene, Miss Rosa M. '. Canalu-rsvilli! this week. Hardy. Mvs. Lucile Haley, Mrs. El- '; Mr.'. C. K. Cngscr is among t.-ie ma Armstrong, Mrs. E. Ilnrdln.il'. T. A. members In LcachvlUeto- Charles A. Stiibbs, Miss Willie A.'(lay to: (!ie county council meeting. Lawson and Miss Winnie Virgil I Mcsdumcs M. A. Isimt-s, W. D. CliatnSj:.r. jr., Marvin Robinson and Miss Adah Uimnvanl motored to Driver-Adams, j Memphis yesterday. Miss Vernita Adams ami Mr.i Mrs. K:I:J:I W. Klrby spent TUCJ- Harry M. Hlnehnrt Driver, of Cap^'. day m IMjasoiilil. Giravtleiu:, obtained a niarrlngc II-I Mib. U. S. Harris has returned 1 ehse Osceola Society—Personal Included talks un current' ii'.ado In tho spring when thirty of developments In music, religion andUlie famous pnlmh'm studied dur- Ihc motion picture Indusliy, and a 'ing the your win be hung with oth- fr. Jones Milligan, both of Leadi- i today. Mis. Ju;:n 11. U)i)g, county court Mrs- H. A. Bchrcns, Mrs. S. M. j lures by the pupils for kodak plc ; j(5!anlcy Carpenter, lures. A series of kodak poses arc I ... then compiled In an original art, . 1/uuxlct along with small reprints I lot the original paintings for com- I nnrUuii. Each of l!ie 11 rural ! schools In the county, submitting such a booklet will be awarded a , framed reproduction of a famous Iplnllng, Miss Turner says. I The i.'coiid contest Is similar to ilhe first except that the kodak ix>se must be accompanied by a story of the picture and thcrt sketch of Ihc artist's life and only one prim Is offered, which will also \K n reproduction print, and will .„ _ : l)c awarded the school submitting The Cu.y.M Woweiis Progressive • (he mrst creditable- booklet Club cancel il:e currenl club year , A test of (he appreciation dcvcl- v;ll!i a current events program ;oped through the course will be Hodges, Mrs. M. L. Sumnei's and Teacher Association aurmlinc the Mi's. W. c. face are among the! county council meeting in Leach- members of Ihe Oscflola Parent ivllle today. " : 4 BIG DAYS SPECIAL VALUES EACH DAY lemorial : :vicc Held A memo. ,1: service to Mrs. M. L. vforils, who died Sepiomber 'IT, 029. was the program of Hie wo- iian's missionary union In the Second Baptist church (Ills wrek or a meeting at the. home of Mrs. Carlos Illpj)s. Mrs. Hlpps read the devotional rom First-John 4 and nil present .ock part In the lesson s'.udy- Prayers by Mrs. W. M. McFurluml, Mrs". L. T. Asl).;r and Mvs. Hen Harrison concluded Ihc meeting. 1 clerk, ijii'ii: jcslcrdny in Llttb the inollun plcluru luiuc. wlih snc~'tlie country froiii which they com?, clal reference to pictures suitable |A prize will be awarded and school AHcnd County U:|illsl Meeting nt I.rnihvillc Among those from tho First mid Scccrnl Baptist churches of ibis, city who atlcr.rted meetings of ihe Mississippi County Uaptlsl asiccl^- llon at Lcnclivllle Tuesday und Wednesday were: Mcsdames W. M. McFarland, 1> T. Asher, Ben Harrison, Leslie Moore, W. O. Max- ll. Raymond Schmuck, (Jlicstcr Nabors, Paul L. Tip ton S. J. Mc- Dcarnmn. O. W. Lewis. Lcc Medlln, Fannie McClurkin, Bob Bnnics, E E. Alexander Mr. raid Mrs. T. H. Hayncs, the Kcv. and Mrs. Alfred £-, Harwell, llw Rev. and Mrs. E. 2,. Ncwsom, Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Mul- llns, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Kushlng, Miss Delia Pintle, Miss Pearl Lcc and Fr.ed Carlock. Itock whirc s!:o accompanied a pa- Ueui- to Hie MiUe hoopitul ami u girl lo the bliiul scliool. MI.-.S Cor.i I.i-t Colenuui Is In N> ilcna tcdiiy :iituidliig the meeting ol tho Wc-men'-s Couimunlly club. billy Ai::i McUonald, dauughtcr ot Mr. and Mi's, liulord McDon- okl. who h:is btcu seriously ill from lyp'haid fCM.T. is now iniproviny. Huracc T. Cuip attended to business in Truinann and Caruthers- viltc Wednesday. C. C. Ad.ims Jr.. was a. visitor in Ca:ull'.e:svillc Wednesday cve r Miss Lucile Sanly, who has be;:i with Mr. and MJS. W. .^t. McFar- j land lolluwine the deuth of her' Kircnib, will B" to Memphis Sun- ay where she is to make her home vllli her aunt. Mrs. Robert 13vu:e. lor children, Mrs. John While mik- ed c-n reliaicus movements of the 1 I dny and Mrs. C. M. FJarwell on 'Wcrds, tiiid Mm Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr-, and Mrs. George Christo pher, of Prcscotl, Ark., liave inovec. to this cliy und arc nt koine will Mi's. Charles P. Wood on aveviue. Mi-. Clirlstoplier is a snips man for Ihe Standard Oil compiinj Miss Mary Eveiyn 1'entiitiloi plans to siwfld the remainder o the wcck Harwell, on An Instiu- ncntal iolu »as rendered by Miss' Catherine .Harwell nnd Miss Nan Francci Wanen yave a reading, •Tlic Nijflitiiigttle and the Rose"! with musical accompaniment by Miss Harii.;]l. Miss luiner In connection with her tulk l.ud on display art, booklets made by several rural schools in the lii.st ul a scries cf thvce coji- icsls whu-li will be comprli-cd in Hie ar; program this year. The pi'cuvam, which was highly commended liy H. A. Little, state tiiy- ervltoi 1 ol rural schools, an n re- ecm ilsit iK-rc, calls [or llio study ol muster paintings in the schools, whose team mnkcs the most creditable shoving In this contest Club women' of the county nr.j IjeSiiB asked (o aid in promotion o'[ liie picture galleries which will •Ue open to the public and u sinnll admission charged. Tlic club rooms wcro c!ecor;ite<t for the meeting in club colors of ycllw and white employing a pro- f;::icix of zinnias,, marigolds and mlehaelmtis daisies nnd the same colors were used hi brick Ice cream and layer cake served following •lie program, Ilcslc&ses were Mcs- il.imcs Braxion Bragg, A. G. Brickey, V. J. And;.;, Gco. Alsrey and SATURDAY-MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY See Monday's Paper For Tuesday and Wednesday Specials Ilil IltT mini, iilia. ivuut^v ijin»v. , . "i Verb-other Frank, plans to leave '™ 1'unUnss stipulated for each lor California where he n-\« rM ' f - H »« '"•: losing of these pic- college at Palo Alto last ivcck-arirt'ii part of next In St j Louis. j Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Afflirk W.-MV ' visitors In Memphis yesterday. The Rev. and Mrs. J. Allen\Vebb arc returning (o their horn? in O:,- ccola, Mo., Friday after a two ndi'il •car. j VViu-d, and Mrs. Ward. Wliile In Mrs. Evcrci'.e lihodes Is a palleir. the city she was ill at the Blythe- nt the St. Joseph hospllnl of Mem- | vine liospilal for six weeks from phis. ; typhoid ftvci 1 . Mrs. Ward, who ac- 1. w. Carson o! Clarksdale, Miss., coiapanlid her home, expects to re- is in this vicinity today vbillns i main there ten days, farms with County Agent J. E. | M r . am \ MrSi Roinnd Greene will Crltz in checking fertilizer reports. • go i 0 Luxorn tonight for the party Mrs. T- J. Marian leit today tor : o( thc 500 club when Mr. nnd Mrs Clnvksville, Term., for n visit with ] !U i Sl ell Bowen will entertain her daughter, Mrs. Josltili U. Fort,, nnd family. She was accompanied lo Memphis by Mr. Mahan ami j daughter. Miss Margaret, who are rclurnlng tonight. I Mrs. ucwey Ford nnd ilaughtcr. late of Pass 'Christian, Miss , have Joined Mr. Ford here for tli 1 . 1 win- j ter. They are at home lit 1013 | West Walnut street. I Mr. und Mrs. Jack Livcrscdge, of i'ais Christliin, Miss., left for St. Lculs loday ultor spending a \v«l: with Mr. and Mri> C. M. Buck and j Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Ford. Mrs. Floieuce Ulytlie Iclt last , r.iijht for Los Angeles. Cal., wl'.i-rc spend .ighleiv Mrs. Getting Up Nights If OclMns Up Nib'hto. Ilac.tacho; frcqutnt tl^y cnllfl, bog: PfilnHj Nerv- oubmens, or llurnlng, due to fniictlon- nl JllailUer lri-|talion, in acid ccmdl- tiotiij, nuikeu you feel tired, deproaged Mid tliaL-onuiiicd, try Ilia Cystex Toat. Wotku f:iLt. Btarta cUciilutlnK thru t!ic pysietu in 15 inltuitcA. Pnilsnd by tiionanntla for rniiJd uTid positive ac- tfon. Oon't (Tlvo tip. TryCyatcx (pro- nctunccil Slss-tcx) toduy, under tho ]ron-Clti(l CHmrantoo. Must <iutckly ,nl!ny t>icflO couJLtlong, improve restful alecp r nnil cncrpy, or money back, Only C0a'|at Kirby Drug Co, A THREE DAYS' COUGH IS YOUR DANGER SIGNAL Couglis from colds may lead to EC- rinns irouljlc. You can slop tlicm nnw wiili 'CreomuL-ion, ait ciiiulsillncl crcosoic tlidt • is pleasant lo take. Cii-oniulsion is n ineilical discovery Kiili tvn-fnlil action; it soolliL-s and lirals tlic inlbnicd nicinbrjncs onj in- hiliils pcrai ^roislli. Of all knonn [ini(!s crro.=otc is tcc- °R ni «J by hi{li medical nnlliorilics Mr. Br.iwn. wlio fcnncrly hcre- Miss Wlllo Ward !t-i: yesterday ior her home i" Kansas City utter ^punding (wo. months lu-re as Ihe guest of her brother. A. rrjiaiioitt. Creoni ills ion cnnlntns, in lo creosote, oilier liraling demcnls wliidi soothe ami lical ilic inlLriu'iI nicnibrar.es anJ slop the if- riMiion, while ihe cieoEole goes on to •ilw stomach, is alisottjej into ihe Lloocl, aliacks the scat of llie trouble anil rliccks ihe growth of the gcrras. Cri'OiniiUion U guaranteed salistnc- •lory in ihe Uejtmcnt ol coughs from .folds, Ijronctiilis and minor forms of <hronchi.il itiiiations, and is excellent 'fnr buihling ujilhe fystcm after colds •or Slu. Money refunded if not re- .lievcj aftir tjkirig according lodircc- lioas. .Ask yoifr druKgist. (adv.) Blytheville-Jonesboro \Football Game Friday, Sept 10th o'clock baby's COLDS disked without "' """ 4 CREOMULSION FOR THE COUGH FROM COLDS THA THANG ON OVn41 MUION JAtS USED YEAHY ) HSi \\icArs Spon(i\ncotis .wd c.igcr . . . slic watches S.imc . . . Unconsciously perfect from clu- crown of IKT modish luit to Iwr silk-cl.vd jnkUs! Her hosiery? Me C^lltim's . . . o( course! YOU just know she vvc.irs them! M C CALLUAA HOSIERY whateoer i^e. occasion $/ .35 to 3.95 Manufacturers Have Cooperated With Us to Give You the Finest Clothing Values Yau've Seen Since the War 4; Good Shoes and Hosiery" Saturday, Oct. llth SPECIALS 50c Work Shirts fiood quality work shirts, all sines. Saturday Special 75c Shirts-Drawers Mens riblied shirts and drawers. Saturday Special 25c 50c $13.90 All Wool SUITS Mens and young mens suits. Saturday Special Mens $1.95 Hats $1.00 Mc!:s dress hats in all new Full shades, black iiiehuled. Saturday Succial ._.' Saturday, Oct. 13th SPECIALS $1 Silk Hose Full fashioned hn.se in lute Kail shades. Monday Special. 79 Ladies $1.95 Hats Fell ha(s in (he newest styles and colors. Monday Special MHBE^^^MH^^^^^^^K^^Mi^^K^^^B^^^^KBs^^D^ 75c Flannel Gowns Klannul nijfht gowns, extra size and make. Monday Special Childrens IS. Childrens Coats sizes 1 to (J. Monday Special The New Dixie Store Co. LADIES' DRESSES Complete New Stock at Greatly Lowered Prices Group No. 1 rt I.sulies anil Misses Dres- J sc.s of silk, s;»fin, vi'lvct T and Jersey in n wide selection of styles, worth much more, l>ul yon niiiy thoose now ;il only Group No. 2 You woll find many dresses in this group tluil should sell ;tt S7.5II... Silks, velvets and other [iii|ntl;ir mater- .inls. All si/i's and styles. Group No. 3 nnd solid tutor silk trope in :t most attractive assort- slylt's and colors. Unnsual it $•785 •7 Group No. 4 nitirc slotk of regular "> dresses priced to save fvieliy ?;j. All «ood All materials. All $1095 10 The World's Famous CURLEE CLOTHES $< The inunnfacturrrs gu.inmlrr these U lo give perfect s:i(i!-f:ic(ion n r :i new suit. If for :riy reason :i Curlce suit docs not went Lo your i-ntire s:\l- vsfactiun, just liring it linck ;uul we'll K^»I'y R'vc ym ;i new one. Now •|lowing; the new f;ill patterns in blues, greys anil b;o\i ns^ 25 MENS FALL HATS! Cassimeres & Worsteds \ Here's-a real value, loo! Wool cassimeres and worsted in u lar.tje assortment of good patterns, also a few tweeds, choiec Men's wr.ol suits in a ivnlc range nf allmclivc patterns olTcrcil nl lliis olio : .<nv jtrice Aim's and youn.c; inrii's 'ittils in i;n[i(l Innkiti^; \r.\i- '.crn.s ;iml ilylc-s, worlii a 'nllot innrc than this pop- il;ir price The Thrifty Shopper Always Comes Here First EISA 'Has Serued You Right Since 1902"

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