The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 30, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 30, 1931
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.l.-.j -.: -.-. PAGE-TWO.;:'... BLYTHEVILLE. .(ARK!)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 30; 1031 (Society Calendar A«• Saturday • •fhere will be a story hour at the Library at 10:30 o'clock. •M ^___ Cjfcs Organized. N. 13. Meuard, who recently nn- i A Sunday school class in t h e j dcrwvnl an operation for appen- CKurch of t^e Nazarene was organ- dicitis at a Texarkana hospital, is Bits of News Mostly Personal Jusl llic 'Filing izSi hi a- : iiic«ttng,-a>' the home c! jjou- improving, Mfcs 'LucUe?-. Tyr'cne''Thhrstay eve--I Mrs. Joe Klrb Irby »!!! return tj Jimg. . i:.: home In IMragould this alter- p'hesCjofficers wfrc.chc;-; 1 :: Mi;.., ;,,.j,i. aiicr spending several days Frjd''Vollock, pitildcri:;' Ge-ird- ) !C u>. Mr. Kirby motored over for OtAinSngliam, vice president; M:<s ] her. Vgrtls Snydei,. secretary and tress-( clarence Wilson was a business liter; Lee Mo Anally, teacher, ' ; j visitor in Osccola Thursday. ^W^lass.iiyas'i.namert "Tlia Up- j Henry Craft, of Memphis, atlend- f.geameiV'itand the motto : "Jes'.is \ «] [ 0 business here the lirst of the • "wits chosen 1 "with"rbses for the flow- Mrs. j. H. Elkhis has rctiinrtc! e£ a nd. thg. colors, s red and white, . i t o:n several days visit witli relu- 4he'"hosress 'served'' sandwiches, lives |u Ti-enton, Tcnn. '. c|fe' and. hot "chocolate. - j. T. Cos'.on of Osceoln, trans- & ''..,'- , ••' *, * acted business here Thursday, qftib His Guests/ U. L. YVcstbrook sr., of Joncs•Urs'.'H."C. Sims and 1 Mrs. F. B. boro, Is a business visitor • Jrjjuer .\vere guests of Mrs. Doyle Thursday and today. Henderson when sl;e also eiuet lain-! Eddie 11. David has returned the Young Matrons Bridge club iursday afternoon. .Jheiclub prize, hosiery, went to Mfis. J.-'Neal Gcsel! and Mrs. Sims i a deck of cards for high gi;cst. lie-hostess served tuna fish sal- acli Boston brown bread sandwich - rellshes and-coflcc to the two .cs of players. '.' §lr$. Byron Morse was hostess to tor 'members ' of •• the Thursday' IJQnchcon club and Mrs. J. W. ^rsei'Mrs.'W. B. Tanner and Miss Mahan tills week for nil :tizing luncheon and contract bpg from .St. Louis where lie spent two days. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McCatigh- an went to Memphis today where they will spent! the spring ani summer, returning here lor the cotton season next fail. Mr. and Mas. Fred Brown are going to Flat River, Mo., whcru they ore to make their home. Mr. Brown is already there and Mrs. Brown will leave Saturday. Mrs. C. L. Orrell Is going lo Mar;uadkike this afternoon for a brief visit wllh her father before gcing to Friendship, Ark, Sunday L_ for the funeral of her uncle, Kob- nounced the coming holiday. bn;!ge game Valentine tallies an- en Henderson, who die<t suddenly •Mrs. Otto Kcchtltziy won the prize, hosiery. •,' ; * * * (3hb Has Supper Dance. -'Members of the Kill Care club arid thiee guests, Misses Jessie Efjic arid Nell Hairls and Mifs Al- thr Ha|i5on,..pI ; Oifcola, l .enJoyed a, siii>peT"d'anc?'a't''''ihc Woman's cluci Thursday evening. Tlhe 35 prlsent'.'.were served a dc- Hi-lous.sup'ptr menu 1 and laterj mn-i fit {or r dancing ii'CvS furnished 'by Jjinmy Bbydfnnci his orchestra. i .'ThIs.:cJub ;has'Euch aitalrs^every 1 tw'o weeks. " '* '' ' ' | yesterday. u. T. Carpenter, of Marked Tree, was a biisiness visitor here the lust of the week, Miss Mary Arden Gallsway is returning to hur liome in Cos install, Tcim., Sumlny after » visit wilh Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Blnke- more. Marion Gary will accompany her home. Miss Adah Douolio, who underwent an operation fcr removal of a goitre at the Mem>jhU iiiipiiitj hospital yesterday, is lestnii; very I well- Her position as n member ol i the high ochoal faculty is bi-lng] Riled by Mi-a M.ny toulw Tailor. fy J. llentou Is altenrtinp to business '.in Memphis Thursday and \oday. W. R. Adams, who has been quite 111, is now improving. | ...Richard Knight and son, of Lcaehviltc, spent Thursday in Bly- vhovfllc. • " • •• Mrs. Helen Blyt!:-, «'ho has been quite 111 for several days, is slowly improving. Miss llallie Wilcoxson Is spcnd- ing ten days In Memphis. Mr. and Mis. Charles Allen Imvrr as their guests Mrs. Allen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Glover, of New Haven, 111. p)cklcs anU ;;coifeo' refreshed ths Mr. and Mrs. Fre;l Warren and guests.; . ••','' -:', '.'• ' daughter, Marjorie, accompanied •'. '•' :"." '• |.'": * * • by Miss Pauline Lee. have returned Glub-Enlc^taiietL . from a brief visit In Halls and rMrs./Mrnnie? J5.°;Haines ol. Hast-j Ga'.es, T-^nn. injs,'Seb.,"ivho 1 U' ! V ; isitinE her son, I Mrs. Belle Douglas and Jim Tloyd Harry. W.'. Unices, and fiir.ily,. was) Hughes, of Senaili, Me., arc vhlt- tSe only guest'Tmnsday when Mrs. Ing Dr. and Mro. Paul L. Tip'.on Something brand new In flying at- llre for girl pilots who dislike the usual coveralls or other male attire daughter of Mr, ami -Mrs. Hiigh Hughcy of Memphis, who Is visiting her yrnndparents, Mr. a»d| Mrs. .[ .11. L'jve»(?!l, has been outi of school suffering a, slight Illness the past few days. • .- • II. J. Hale, S. D. Carpenter and Chas. Coleman are business visitors In Memphis loday, attending, a meeting of extension workers, dinners and feed loan committeemen from Ihe trl-statcs In the In- t.ncst cf feed and seed loans (or this territory. A hobby fair held al the grade school building Wednesday afternoon drew the largest attendance present this term al the' P.T.A. meeting held in connection 'with the fair. Hobby exhibits ranged from uu- collections of colored pebbles and exhibits of woods native" in! this Gcctlon of the country,-thruj the usual stamp and coir, collec- 1 ti'jns to more intricate exhibits of handicraft, with naUirc study,' a hobby difficult of exhibition, .portrayed in booklet iovm, as were] such hobios as reading and ml expression. Pets came In for their share with a white rabbit on-exhibition, and a number 6f doll exhibits were displayed by the girls. rouiid"lable discussion of hobbles and collections and their in-' llucnee on the school child from' a disciplinary and educational standpoint was lead by Mrs. Harry Jones with short talks made by Kj Mrs. Harry Miller and Mrs. G. U'.[|J5 Segraves. A program presented by sluctents of Ih-i fourth, fifth and sixth grades consisted of original composition Including both short btor- ies and poetns- There were Osceola Society—Personal lias liies a 'A new- brlrig; -club, on each .th'ursday alter noon, has been I icimed with' iiie first party yeslcr-' day 'afterncon: "The"group, to bs the "Aywon iss^jge. club" members: Mcsdain'es I/a Gr.urlord, Verh Miller, Chester R. N_absrs, -R.-D. -Moore, RaymonJi Sehmuet, George Smith, J. T. Fox and -Harney Mitchell. 'Mrs.'-Crawford was hostess Tlmrs- (ifty.. Irj, the several .sax^ play-;; Mrs. ; Verrv*Miller won h:ph sc^rc. Dainty sandwiciies, an^el iood, p)cklcs anU ;;coifeo' relreshed ths Mr. iiiul N^is. Guy Bryant en-! tfrtairotl whli n uuitet supper all | tht-lr home last evening, especially complimenting Mr. Hryanl's mother. Mrs. Gus Bryant, on the occasion of her blrthrtay. - *. 'Springtime" by Frctl Hcndrlcks^ .The prize. 1 .offered,'nioulhly grade having t'nc most ii attendance ,^'ent to the first;(jjfadi, with n mothers present. Tl-o t'. T. A. quilt for which members sold chances, was drawn fcr and won by Mrs., H. .C. Davcuf port of Harrisburs, 111. Mrs- O. D. Segravcs entciiained of the "" Club at Tuesday afternoon, le'fson "on current events taker frpm the current issue of Review of magazine,. ; wn^ .lead .l>i H-. A. -Smith entertained the Mld- AYcck - Brldse club at luncheon ana cards. -The high score prwe In the bridge EjUnc, which followed the delicious luncheon, went to Mrs. M. O. Us- ijcct Officers. j. J. !•'. Lcn'ii. Bob Wilks unrt Ji'H Roland axe in Caruthcrsville lias ntternoou for the fmieiat of Clarence Stevens, 31, who died Tuesday afternoon. He Is the EOII of Mrs. John Stevens find t-V.e late John Stevens and a brother of Mrs. H. B. Thwcatt, of that city. >.Tlie-7A3 cla?s of Jur.icr high j W. C. Leggcll has returned from ?.*03l, with Mrs. Lloyd Slirtrmrv:, Miss., where he sp?nt ^cv- p5 home room teacher,-te.-. c'.ic!;i! Kvjl days with his mother who Is these officers: Sie.-man Ciriir.c-. i critically ill., ^.Louise Ix^ssett. vice! Mrs. Ben Coojwr, who has been Kilts and tor gi;csls enjoyed t; : Joe McCBhee, secretary'; Ull for a week, te now uble to be up. j delightful afternoon of mUxvllan- j \ \ Miss Sina D'.isgan, of shopped here Thursday. Mrs. L. L. McDoarman, of Lux- Ira Gray, -treasurer; Frances 'Littfe, reporter; Betty Lee McCutdj- en. librarian; Mary Elizabeth Bor- lun, 'rjurse; Daniel Boon?, first aid'ora. is C:e gnost of Mr. and Mrs. piiysician. |Frc;l Warren loday. IThc motto Is "Action without' Mrs. S. S. Slierrcxl returned to thought is like shooting without! her home in Memphis, today after aim,".and the colors are pink and!several days visit wi'.h her brother, Stcele. eous games Eugene Thonic was lucky wln- . ignite' with the flower. swcet|>ea as thelH. A. smith, oud family. ] Mrs. S. S. Etcrnberg and son. ~ ... j £[ nr0 ] ( | nre jjKiirtjug to;lay hi fjelcbratrs Birthday. Memphis. tBilly Stovatl had 12 of his frienis i Miss Artele Laugfton. who nt- in to play .with. him Tiursdiiy at- Ijenris Arkansas A. and M. college at tjjrnc3n.."in celebrating his sixth [joneiboro, is spcr.dins t::e week birthday. . There was a birthday i wnth her parents, Mr. and Mr». C, uer of the prize awarded in a blindfolded contest «i:d Elizabeth Tliorne also v:on Ihe favor awarded In. a similar conlcsl. 'Die festive bitlhday cake was cut late in the afternoon and served with delicious ice. Mrs. Nancy Sawyc-r. who has been critically ill with a sirepti-j cocclc infection of tta ihront ami. car, wa^ rei»rtc;l as resting some-; what easier last night. Si:e is at j the home of her daughter, Mrs. W. j L. Morse, in Oscccla. cake,'with six-pink candles on it. 1C. Langston. She will return Sun- ,';,,,,"' c.ciicvn Fletcher, finall: 4rj-ed ivithLice, cream .after th: day, , j OaireWer ot Mr. anrt Mrs. E P.'. oflildren-had'played for ta> hours.' Inland Anderson of Houston, inetcl'cr is recovering from al *^TiC ilOSt received a numh?r nJ.Trva^ n mnn»hor nf th^ nr-ti-n I'.rni .. .' i'..r_-,: rt ,N ,,.l,',.li tin n^li^-.,%.H __. host received a number ol,Texas, a member of the cc'.ion firm interesting 'gifts.' :0f Anderson. Clayton and Co.. nl: tended to business here laj,t night 2 •; : -:for British Travelers ^ of ; and Cold Showers Hospital Noics Ji'^i *!l! s _ s l c _ throat infection which threatened; pneumonia early this week. I Jtrs. Roy Bvsuiletl of Detvcit is' visiting hir sister. Mrs. Gin- Dry-: ant. al their home here this WLC'K. Little Miss Sue Clay Hughey, ^EDINBURGH. (UP)— First-class' ^fi« Dovie StUL'ch. Hcllaiul. ^^J j sleeping-car passengers cf tr.? ! w?.s admitted te the Blythcviiie ho-- i night train to King's Cross station, ipifl today. ^Jndon' can now enjoy hot a'ni ' -' -- ; cold shower baths. ACCIDENT DK.VTir KATE i.O\V | ^The first hot and coid shower' U »^CA. N. Y. r ilJPi— Accidental! hath to be installed on a- railroad ; ocatlis in TJtka. a city of more ttain In Great Britain bocame a \ u '' ln 104,OOS inliabitan!.'. tclnllcd feature of the L. N. E. R. Edin- \ cill >' llinc d "™S 1S30. the safety burgh-to-London run Jan. 5. 'council of the Utica Chan-.l ;r cl Virough six side sprays and a head I COLDS COST MONEY It is wtimafc*T that ffercrfromcold* ej (fcr«e day*' * horn VIOTK in m yter. FORTIFY YOURSELF AGAINST COLDS, GRIPPE ,<spray in the bath cabinet. '.'..Ccnipartments measure four fett. 1 GENEVA, N. Y. it;p> .'•.,-• six inches by six Ict-t. fivD inches, j ar ,3 claim t'hni city . .." a \..;i; Tnc bath cabinet is two feet, one jlvrses n-.oro inle 1 .li' T cn' !]!..:•. a inch. siruarc. '- . .. | Kr . humun tsiiiss. The lr.;:.;-- -iA.',.Caiall tabb, a ccrk-isateo' w:>ys crr.i~ to a 'Jr^c! ;-.y,; \vV.en coah% tiiree eltciric lights, a tov.e ttlicy aopror,rii a r^rl Irarr.c Ii^'nt. r^IUand. a. steam ra'Jia-tor.coiiipl^lL ; r-::d nothlni: she drh^r eir. ^'o v.ili the «i\ilpmer,:. ipcrauade tiiem lo ir.ovr ur.'il il« The. chaig-5 made Is o;ie sh'.UIr.g. I light switches to green Bjair.. DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY All O;J'_r=. U^uli cr T:Mcti. FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY Itomc lieauty or Ark. 1'ouud GRAPE FRIJIT CARROTS Greta Tops Bunch Hud, White or Kpanish I'ound mm BUTTER Forrcslville .Urooklicld, Lh., 2'Jt. I'ound liu|>orlcd. Tea lime Can SARDINES Baking i'owdcr 1-U). Can CALUMET APRICOTS Sunny Smile No. 2 1 /. Can CHERRIES Libbys No. 2'/j Can CORNED BEEF and Not Things Cold Medal 3 Packages SNOf DRIFT ivm MEAL In Cioih Bags Limit With Groceries Small or \ji\rgc Cans TOMATOE CARD OF THANKS We wtsli to thank ran- many friends fur llic-ir noral tribntos an:l Crystsil While or 1'. ci G. 10 Hitrs expressions of syniiiatliy in llie loss grandfather, M. L. Goodwin. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Goodwin Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Agee Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Smith. Sir Loin, Round or Short Rib Ib. Swifts Picnic For Hoilini; omul SALT-MEAT I' resh, Wholt. l,b SPARE RIBS Sliced Bl:ickh;nvk NECK BONES POWDER It's c/oub/e acting VEAL ROAST SALT MEAT Use K C for fine texture and latse volume in youi bakinqs. FRANKFURTERS Shoulder Ib. Thick Rib Ib.l4!,e F,ram|children and great grandchildren of Mrs. Bryant veers the Ciicsts. the iitimber iiiciudlng Mr., and Mrs. J. W. Carlwright Sh., Mr.^ the and Mrs J. W .Cnrtwright Jr., anil | Lguis. children; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Me- Mr. Jlvain, Miss Mary Margaret Me- as their guests Ilvnln. Herbert Bryant, Mr. and Hallle Caldwcll and K. V. liejijrtl Mrs. Chas. Colemau and small (innghtcr. Bettie Jean, and Mrs. Key Bramlct of Dfilrolt. who Is the house guest of her sister, Mrs. Guy Bryant, this week. Old fashioned gamer, were played ciurinB a delightful evening which follower! the supper. * • « Thirlv imall friends of Ucltie Anne Edrincton .'.ma!! daughter of! Mr. and ^U.s. Justice Edringfon. joined in celebration of her Hfth birthday at an afternoon parly! piven for her by her mother all ll-oir home on Elizabeth Street. Tl-.c charming little honorce was the recipient of many attractive j a(

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