The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 10, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 10, 1930
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£AGE TWO —lL>yi»IJ;'yjMJlJAUK.) COURIER Items of Personal Interest _FKIDAY, OCTOTWR 10, 10GO SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Bits of News Mostly Personal 9*5 Th»n4»y Club. >nOld fashioned garden flowers Corned Mrs. Everett B. Gee's Apartment yesterday for the lunch- ion bridge party of th<y Thursday flub. A delicious two course menu w»s served before the card games JB which Mrs. Russell Phillips won $e prize, hosiery. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jce Kirby cf r.i:-- ...Thls group will begin playing ngould came over yesterday an I, wntnct bridge soon. will return (his afternoon. They I lived here until a short time a^n. j Mrs. Uicy McCiitchcon returned yesterday to her home 1 in Camp!)?!!. Mo., after a week's stay with her son, O. W. McCutcheou, and fiim- U. D. G. Leader Goes To Manila. "Twenty-five members and friends it the Jewish Ladles Aid society \ttre guests of Mrs.- Max Borowsky Kiursday evening at Manila. It lly. #as R social meeting wllh a brief: gverclt B. Gee Is nttenrtlng \o- S&slness session proceeding In which I business In Kennctt for sever.i: H was decided to have a blanket | days. He expects to return lomor-- Jtflje and a benefit bridge party In 'row. {fee early winler season. I Mrs. J. Neal Gcseil is a visitor Rose Goldberg of Osceola hi Memphis lodny. ; pve a' reading before the serving 0^. an npjietizing plate lunch. *Por this occasion the hostess had arranged her home with attracllvr $£slccts of autumn flowers. '.Mrs. J. B. Coulter and Mrs. S. B.' Sternberg will entertain the safety fo rthe next meetink October 2 embers of Junior nsie Club Announced i" The 15 charter members of the Junior Music club,, a department gf the Women's club, organized Thursday afternoon, will study op- tras In the meetings to be licld on Cie second and fourth Tuesday Jfiternoons of each month. p<Ml£s Margaret. Merrill, sponsor, •ppoinled Misses Foggy McKecl, The Rev. E. Z. Ncwsom, who hns ' been ill .several days, if no h.mei 1 [ lodny. ! Among (hr>ai> from this city s?cn at- the Cariitli:rsvlllc fair yc-iterday were: Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Elkins.. Mil. nnd Mrs. Hob nlnylork. Mi's. Allan Wnllon. II. C. Kn.ippeiiben:-, cr, Mrs. Monte Isaacs, .1. B. Ciiu.! Mr .'and Mis. Gordon Wiighl nn:l i Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Pepper of; Huffman. | I. Host'., nal. of SI Louis, arriv- I od last nig!:/ ftr a business visit . here. N. G. Connelly returned Steele Society—Personal yesterday from Jcncsboro wlicro she accompanied Mr. Connelly home from the St. Ucvnard hospital where he hns been since ho was 'n „„ ncc ]rtem Saturday when 1)15 car gartlyn Hall and Anna Mae Jones j lvas struck by a train. He Is rcstins nominating committee and of- verj . good. will be named al the next meeting. *The charter members arc: Mlss- £ Margaret Shaver, Mildred Judd, Doris KcOhce, Virginia Terry. Ann Sfompklns, Carolyn Hall, Pegu;- .\tc- ktcel, Mozella Thompson, Sci • Jo Kittle, Louise Dobyns, Lorr- '11- jfcn, Anna Mae Jones, Mart }b- inson and Maurlne Bransi of the l.'nlicil Daughters of iho Confederacy, Mrs. Kltraljelli Durford ISashln- sky, above, of Troy, Ala., went to Itnlclgh recently to adrtrcrs tho 3-lth nnntial convention ot the North Carolina division or the United Daughters. Clnb His Guests. v Mf's.. R. S. Dent jr., and Mrs. ^falkc'r H. Baker were guests o! Jlrs. Harry W. Haines yesterday when she also entertained members of .the Mid-WeeX Bridge club. ;\. Garden flowers were used as centerpieces for the small luncheon tables where an appetizing t w o fourse mf-nu was served. I; Handkerchiefs went to Mrs. Dakar for high guest prize and the club award, hose, was won by Mrs. O. B. Moss. • I •' ' '.. • ' ' •Huaed rresldtnt * Cfilefe ,Cl:ws. . ,... ... ' Miss Elizabeth Haley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R'. I. Haley, has tjeen elected president of the Jun- ijr class al Blue Mountain college. Blue Mountain, Miss. ••(Since entering the school ns n freshman she has been given n jjumber of interesting honors. Her alters, Mrs. Joe Orr and Mrs. Ijjo'ytl' Stlckmon arc also alumni of 'the college where they were outstanding students, u," • • * ' • Club Meets. ^Mrs. Matt Monaghan jr., won the prize, a double ctcck of cards, at th'e weekly party of Hie Young Ma- tjons Bridge clyh Thursday whon Urs. Max B. Held was hostess. ^She served a dainty plate lunch W chicken salad, pickled peaches, gives, ice box cookies and coflce. Southern Writers Studied. ^"Southern Personalities" were interestingly studied In the program •f the United Daughters of the Confederacy Thursday afternoon Khen Mrs. T. G'. Seal was leader. Bha meeting was held at the home Of Mrs. J. W. Badcr when Mes- jjames R. B. Kolen, A. M. n. Bran am and Clyde Robinson wcvc al:: !»»stesses. loirs'. Herman Cross told of Julia Beterkin, winner of the Pulitzer prize and the life and works ol JJulh McEnnery Stewart were discussed by Mrs. George R. Crockett Piano sotos by Miss Lillian Brlsco; Shd -Mrs. R. H. Moore concluded uie. program. ''In the business session it was voted to assist the local Red Cross in the purchase of bags for soldiers. "•The hostesses served delicious refreshments carrying out the Halla- »e'en spirit. Mr. and Mrs. Tzzy Thomas havi- as their guest Mr. Thomas' mother, Mrs'.A. li. Thomas, of Wlrkllffo. j Ky. ! Mr .and Mrs. J. Ncal GCFell \n\-e gone to Memphis and l.lnle R.ic-k for several days slay. Tiiey cxprct to retinn Monday. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Atkinson, and Mrs. Mall Monnghan jr.. spent Wednesd-y in Memphis. IT I YOURSELF. lo:s of Mr. and Mrs. Hamp Austin i c '-•• Ekrdi; News Notes S(", .'rill voni this plow allencl- cd O.c fair at Dlythcvllle Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Glllinm of | ;alnniet visited Mrs. Ovlo Davis; Sunday anil Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Cnrl Wallace were visitors nt Dell Sunday. Wnltor Rynns and family went lUhtng Wednesday. Mlra Bertha, nnd Miss Gertrude, i Carter were guests of Mrs Clinch I Walker Wednesday. • .Mrs. Davie Vaiilnritlinjhnin vis- j led l:jr. brother, Eli Austin anil I 'mully al Lone Oak Sunday nicln. i Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walker of Illy- , hcvillc vlsllert Mr. nnd Mrs. Chuck : Valker Sunday aflerncon. unilay. Misses Flor.Mice and Myrtle Wil- oxen visited Miss Elizabeth Joi-- ian Sundny. Several enjoyed the party at the An acceptable Christmas present :glalL>s or others who live in small space is a clothes-lunger laundry ' lug. Take two yards of ynntctl col- Ion, in colors matching tin- i ionic of Mr. and Mrs. .Jim Carter ' foi' decorating schi'iuj o! ilu- Vedncsday niglit. . ciplenf.s room. Cut it 2u in.-hcs Miss Poailine Prat! was a visitor : wide and French scam it down (He if Mrs. Hamp Austin Wednesday. E ji| C s and jirrcss Hie bottom David Carter visited lilkin Austin I Sunday. li At- the lop. where tile two yards Mrs. W. H. Clny attimled Sund-iy crease, cut out a bin.ill circl." ;inrt " " " L. W. /Calmer, son Henry aii-i daughters Addle and Mabelto, and Miss l.orone Earl:; visited friend' in Maiked Tree, Ark., Sunday Mrs. I. u. Stewart mid daughters Mill-yard and Emma Sue of I Ulytiievillc and Waller Cox Jr of |O.sceola visited Mr. and Mrs.' O 'G. Travis-Sunday. Harold Steele, lien Bums, and Charles York were visiting' In Ilay- ti Sunday 'evening. W. C. Held, Willard McDanlcK and Joe ffiibscil. all of Cooter, visited here Sunday jilglil. Mrs. Johnnie Phillips had as her Sunday guests, Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Hhcdc.s of lilylhevllle.. Mr. ami Mrs. Arch Travis look dinner with Mr. and Mrs. Chaihy iled here Sunday. "> R. I'llts and sons Jack nnd Guy Nelson, of Sharon, Tcrni., were in Steele Mondny. Mi 1 , iiiul Mrs. John Wisliani and family ct Blytheville visilert In th? home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wls- ham of here Sunday. Mrs. 'Aiislln Ellis had as her week-end guest tier sister, Mis> '• Nellie Long of Caruthersvllle. Mr. mid Mrs. Frank Jordan spent Smithy with Mr. and Mrs. A. Li. Jordan. : Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hninra had ns their Sunday guesls, Mr. and Mrs. Ulchurd Hamra and son oi Scnath, Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. S:un Mlchle and! son Joe Msrlon, inotored to Os- j ceola Sunday. j Olho May and David Crockett visllcd iriends in Hcrmondnle Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Sleele jr., notoi-ed lo Dlythcville Sunday af- ernoon. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Weaver and Maggie BoDtie motored to Memphis Wedncsduy. They were accompanied by Aunt Maygie Jenkins, who remained there lb" spend a few nonlhs visiting relatives nnd friends. Mrs. Padgett and children visj Heii Mrs. John Armstrong Sunday. Mv. nnd Mrs. W. S. Hun ley attended services al the Presbyterian I chui-di in Blylhevllle Sunday | :norniiig. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dixie Craw-1 ford rcuirned to Steele with them • for dinner. ' ' Sam Hamra jr., attended t h'c '• world series Iiv-si.. Louis, and ni?, I tended to other business nmtlcra 1 while there. :' I .Mrs. Mamie IMckard of Memphis and Mi>s Alildrcit Vick of here spent Sunday with Mia. Opal Vick of near Cooler. rs. Bub nice was called lo Kci- ser, Ark., early Sunday mouiin.- lo lie with her daughter, who is .si 1 - riously ill. She will bu icincmb;'rc:l as Miss Ollie Rice. Mr. mill Mrs. J. H. Smith had ns their Sunday guest, Mr. and Mi-,. Carl Held ol Cuotcr, iimi Mr. unil Mrs. Hauler Sinilli'- of \\cn' Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Martin of Ulylhcislle visited friends here Suiulay. Miss Tlichna Dozier and Mr.i. Eflic Byrd of U-achville, Ark., weie UlC ;;llCj'..s of .Mrs. J. F. Nccly J'ri- SATURAY Potatoes Bananas Grapes £3, Ib. Apples Jonathan and Delicious Ib. school Sunday. CAltl) Or THANKS We wanl to thank . i bind it In i-alor. Htiteh down in I sbntiui; fiishion. from iliis iiole. 'making the lop Ik nratly over nil oulliinry oont hLinni'r. wi'.h Hie lu:)k friends for the kindness ar.c: our nnny ; cnining out llirouuli ihe liole. Bln.1 sym- ; a silt down the iron; lo y,\n in and palhy shown duriny Hie sicklies-, st >t oul the soiled l-ni-idrv aiid^ death of our little darlin K Mil- . type of bag .slays ci-mpar.di tint against Ihe cios-Jt dour. .Mr. nnrt Mrs. C. D. itaijv- j handy for travelini; niici can and family. j kept clean very easily. This day. Miss Mary Newt Carr had as lie; 1 \uck-cin! yut.i'., Miss oli'iiu HeUia of Iliythcvillc. Mi-.- Lama Yates. whu has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Cieorge VaU'-i ictunu'd lo l:er home in Hector. t Hightower Neivs i. Homer Crouch was the guest of HV WM. r:. Mi-Ki:xxi-v Secretary Ilridjr l.r It Is better lo r>pr:i; suit ratliCr than a si.-ii'.i .on less you hold .it ii:-.n ti to the jack. The > ! .n?lc;ii ing may Cbtablish general rule Is [o cp.-u n.-ivinrr 1 .- ssiit, in prclci'cncc to ,1 si:;-4 - .-m:i unless you hold ;ne eiiu.i! of lour 1: nnip to the jack. If .N'orth makes the mrro.-; .--ji. n'••••—the nine of hc.ul---dii-!:inv i.'s dintj L^^.IUKMI ( ; sin; •••• MI" u i • • declai-er and aifcnl hi-,, ^f,,,";, * ol ! M |)la - v l! ; c cl « il1 •"'>'••'• : "" ! •'••discards. i...u.iuic declarer would win with (he .100 Mr. and Mrs. John Harkcy Sun-!l<e.iu diy. ~tnr. and Mrs. Tom Cook their parents, Mr. and Cook, Sunday. -MrL and Mrs. Charley p.Hers of The Iliddin; South, holding liirc^ ln--i\ circ] tricks, the nee "and kin; «•' r '.i;bs and the klnj. timci: of h'-arts opens the contrautiii- | Tho declarer would ' ii'unds of tunnp. thin i Klnj; and (juceu of rii-mry.:, ing for a diamond spli;. H then have to play n small rliain.-i 1 .;! i ti" Ark.. Sunday. .Mi^ Minlln Brown sprni last week-end with her parents at New Survey. I.iudscy Smith, manager of Satin- dcrs s'.urc here, sclent llK 1 work- end with his parents In Cnruther.-- ville. -Mrs. Ainu Giif.soni Iransacioil business in Memphis Thui'Mhiy. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. it. Lo^ciy's homo wa:i complcU'ly (Irstroycu uy niL 1 early Sunday morninu 1 . Ur. A. U. Jiarncit of St. Limi.5 is atlcmlir.K lo business here '..:•,-, week. He will probably open n dL-ir.- al otlirc here soon. Mr. and Mrs. C. !•'. TIIIII.:- a family reunion at Ihdr Ij.iin; Sunday. Ti-.ose pvcsonl were Mr. and Mrs. C.iy Turiii-r. Mr. and M;,. i.i.:.-1 Gale Turner. Mr. and Mis. H:>:«- !n-j-jr McCaUuni, Mr. and Mrs. S:.>:-f !i-:;i-jMcD.inirt, nil of licic. and o:lie;s >'.'.'. \ frcm points in|ipi. arkcy Sun- jl'.e.iu. Wrsl biii-. •,-.->,, S ';-.V H , S 3 • winning in Ihe diiminy]i th: j forcing bid vclnr'a ; . ,^;-r L . j^'., ^cc. and now South is a;;inv.l rf took visited |partner to respond N<i;-|- -'ii'iy two club tricks and two hoau tr:,-'--. Mrs. J. U. pa«s;s. E.ut.;-,- ';,'" "'i':,'!,, ar.rt would defeat ti-.e coi;;vai-( i ::,• Ihe reti'jircd two hLli i r,-<'- :•:.•'.•• trick. must now answer ~»i;!i :v , , ,.' 0 If the sindclon i>-,'jh: nf ['.. mends had been open.'.I. :;\,. '• fiarcr would play the ;,;: i and onL-half trick;; (vr- ( -, •:- \',\ riiimmv. South vvotilcl .^..< -R. B- White, Mr. and Mrs. Leon- i to four spade* wiiici: \-:^\ •'-,. Bell visited Mrs. Peters' parents, j trump. South pi«', \v, JJr. and Mrs. H. J. Fondren Sun- li:rec {paries, nnd K..-: ;,,-•; 4rd White spent Sunday with Mr. jpd Mrs. Jack West. ^-Mr. and Mrs. C. E. C<M:- W visited Mr. and Mrs. D. Fowler ¥ ;,vjay "Blotter Stafford of Blytheville filled Brother Couchman's appoint- m'cnt at Hightower Sunday. Bro- tjcr Stafford has an api»lntment for the third Sunday. Everyone Is Invited. Hospital cor.tracthiB At auction, have been South one spade, nil pa on,- l-.c WEST S—ft-K-17-5 H—A-5-2 D-K-Q-2 C-)(M • S—8-0-3-2 H-9-7-3 n-8 C-9-8-5.3-2 S-C-G H-j-c-4 D-t-lfl. the j.'.ck and declarer w;:, v ;-.ii -ii- I king. Declarer -.voi.Hi i ik [ ,- 1: inunds cf trump, winch v . :;K| s.. v I South to make a discard cf ;-..- :\ -of clubs and the ciuht of li'-.\:--. ;Thc declarer would KMI! tin- (;::. -,, ! of dinmondi; and tV.rn tli- d :;.. •winning in Ihe dummy wiili ;-, 1 r.ce. A j-jnall chib would nr\; l;^ from dummy which S-.iu!:i «.:-.;- bp forced to win with tin- kiv,.- ' South would play In- t.m! ^i .. Shcrcll . Haisllp, Scnatli, MI dismissed from the Dlythcv.lic 15it«l today. the novel features in- dllried in New Xprk's (53-*l<iry Dpherty Building will'' 'bo doable- <»..:. , 0 ltcd elevators which will lake on jcpe:; the eish; SOUTH—DEAUR S-104 H—K-Q-10-5 i-J-9-7-5 -..—A-K-6 The Vlay .-.i-:i -it br;r holding, v-./.i::; ' irontl which declari-r would ti'i'.v..:; C—Q-J-7 i Declarer would liit-n l;\u! a:'/>::.- ' • c!ut pullins South in the ;.-i.i Now, If Soutli plays t'.ic ki:v_- ! heart?. Ihe derlmvr will i,-;nv- >•> i \\iii it. playing tho deuce. Tiv.-i ! when South leads tho qiic.-n c/ hearts, declarer will take u wi - .!i : c vith the ace and win '.he |j;; hi-^:; r: i;i!)V: trick in ti'.e dummy with tlio ;i-k Declarer would ioso cnly tw.i cl'.i::- ould give Announcement T have ti|ii<nnl my |)l;ifo of li \V. Ahiin in ii i;>i-cs. The him tour odd and game. Sec our ONK-CKNT •SAI.K on loilcl linlis. Pellagra Medicine H. C. Campbei! Chemical Co, (liluc Ki-oiil) ggs G Tet d Doz. 27ci Lettuce a? head IQe LibbysDelux Up. 2\ CiH 18C Celery Mich. staOc g Bell Peppers T ?1c Gold Medals 16 oz. pkg. Assorted^ Flavors^ 9c Soap g 3 bars IQe Gold Dust JX 25c | Tomatoes No. 2 can Scans ck Hawk Sliced 3 Pound Limit Ib. 29c 1 ^ lUomc Swifts Shankless aC | nams p icn i Ct p 0unti nd Lard 5 Pound Limit 10c Sausage Country Pork 15c j Pig Liver Fresh pound Leg 3^ Ib. Average Ib. 19c Stew Loin Ib. IG'.c, Shoulder ib. 16c Pound 15c •HK 7 1 ii teef -Roast Pr t, 32c cut lb - 19c1 stew,lb. Dressed Jit^ns and Fryers -- Fresh Fish and Oysters

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