The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1931 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 6, 1931
Page 2
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BI,YrHEVrLLg,JARK.| COURIER NEWS Baby Born After Molher Dies Society Calendar ,: - '.' .Saturday Mrs. Joe D. Halbaeh Is entertaining the Wednesday Bridge club. There will be a story hour at the Library at 10:30 o'clock. : The Children of the Confederacy will meet with Miss Kathryn Deu- lon 'at 2:30 o'clock. Plans Made Fcr.SUyer Tea /' Plans'fo "re silver tea occupied ! the attention of members ol the Jewlsb Ladies Aid society which met' with Mrs. Joe Klcban Thursday, evening. The tia. will be given at the Temple Israel Sunday alter- lioon- ' ••An unusually Interesting program has been arranged with Mrs. Rose Goldberg, of.Csceola, Mrs. Walter Rosenthal and. Miss Pauline Lang as members ol -the committee lo Gorge. Mesdajnes' lie Miller. Mil- i ^on Sternbcrg, J. B. Coull >r, Joe ] Meyers and. Mrs. M. Hubcnslcin, I of Osceola, will pour tea antl Miss- | Sara Lang, Mildred Lung ar.d j Rose' Goldberg, Ramellc Wcmtorg, | Tcn m [ n utcs after Mrs. James D ' D.,4Vi /~!rtl.a>*nv<i Hurl T?rnA n V <»V>ol£ ' _ ... . . _ . Library to Get Share |bye Ashley motored to BlyUicvllle i Sunday. . . of Show's Receipts A "s<"> Ellis transacted busmen in Memphis Tuesday and Wednes- '• day. Mr. and Mrs. Ola Cook and son Tickets to the show "The New Moon 1 purchased from membsrs of the ulj'he\ille library board or trc:n '.hi 1 librariin, Mrs. 11. A. Smith, wll! benellt the library. A porlio:: o! the receipts of tickets bought through these channels for the shj.v Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday Mill be turned over to lliis nrganuation, according to an- nounci!i 1 .enl made today by Mrs. Smith, librarian. The sum of $16.03 derived from jducs, nne=, oiid rent bosks also goes In the ireawiry fo rlhe purchase of new books. There were H95 becks circulated from the open ! shelves and 13 books rented in the past month. Ruth Goldberg and Freda Nichols of Osceola,' will serve refreshments. Louie Isaacs, Joe Applebaunr nnd Z. Jlcdel are to be ushers. . All friends o; tae society are inyned to .this affair. The members answered roll call vrlth current events . and heard a prcgram given by Misses Ht.j Nichols and Rose Go'.dbcig, ci '.--• ceola, Iris and Warren Rozell had died In St. Mary's Hospital, Grand Rapids, Mich., a hcallhy baby girl was barn-through performance of a Caisnrlan operation by physicians. Tfcc baby, Patricia Ann, Is shown here In (he arms of Nurse Marie Scanlon. bers. Saint Valentine's day was effectively remembered in the iit- ' tractive decorations for the deiici- '»tte bridge games Miss Huth Kljindicnst Announces Tuiiighl's Lecture Subject The Rev. II. J. Kleindlcnst, pastor ol Slit! 1'ilgrim Luthcinii church, will give u lecture this evening on the subject: "I'rayer and Baptism, Two Sorely Neglected Subjects." Thj public is invited to these weekly lectures on Thursday evenings tt his home, 1130 West Ash street, beginning at 7:30 o'clock. Hospital Notes Mrs. L. M. Mnlone, Warden, Mo., and Hugh Williams, city, were dismissed from the BlyUicvllle hospital. Pearlmaii,- of Memphis, Mrs.. M. j Groskind cf Memphis and Mrs. H.! Saphian .were guests. | Have Pie Supper. The' Yfaman's Missionary scclety of vv the Laie Street Methodist church sponsored a pic supper Thursday • evening in the social rooms of the church. Ihe-procecds bf;-.wjuch'..^fll s be.-.used to.&y in r surance bn the parsonage. "'and-' coffee was: served;, and KILLED WHILE BATHING BIRMINGHAM, Ala., OIP) — E. ' ] S Moss was kilted while taking a ! bath. A pipe burst nnd covered eon club mid I .iisis liigar his body with scalding water. Elton \V. Kir!)/, Hunter C. Sinis, Allan Walton and Miss Margaret Mahan were yucsls of Mrs. W. M. McKeiuio for the usual two course luncheon and bridge same, . Mrs. C..W. AHlick won the guest prize, hosiery, and high score among the guests went to Mrs. IB.'informal progjajn.oi music arid Hunter. C. Sims who received per- EJimes, hi'-.which .- amusini prus/ J " m e. • were'awarded, entertained .'-iji^-j present. i '. • * * Sfittr- Conitlliatntea.... ' ^. j ;Mrs. D. K.' Helm"arranged «*"iv apprise party for her sister, Mrs. Jim. James, Thursday klternoori at- teaded by IS ladies Including Mrs. Pfcy Hamilton, of FrcdericktoKji. iw., .who. Is tile housegupst of Mrs. ciara Peery.' •;The guests went to the hastfss'- 118 Kentucky avenue vnere .late in the aftenioon dell- cirus refreshments were served. C jib Meets. " ""*'•: Jlembers of the Mld-Week Bridge club and Mrs. W. L. Homer and Mrs. Charles Martin were guests ol Mis. M- O.:Usrey Thursday for an appetizing luncheon served at one o'clock and'a card ganie. Flowers" fdrmed the .centerpiece for the luncheon . table. .: . . Mrs. B. A. Lynch won the club price and. high score prize among the guests went to Mrs. Martin. - * * * * Hu Club. I Mrs. W. C. Hlgginson was hostess, to the Young Matrons Bridge club and one guest. Mrs. Charles Wxlle,- Thursday afternoon. j In the contract bridge games I Mrs. Victor Bray won the prize. I hosiery, and Mrs. Wylie was presented, a .handkerchief. <!hickcn salad, cherry tarts, hot rolls, pickles and coffee refreshed the eight-players. Bridge Supper Clob US».Weekly Party. Miss Anne Fisher and MissThel- inA MeKinnon were hostesses last evening to the bridge supper club rewntly organized, with 12 mem- A Mother and ; Divorcee at 16 Stceic Society—Personal Bits of News Mostly Personal -\...\ . _ Richard Gooch and'Roger Hnst- ngs. .of Sonath, .Mo., visited the Clythciiile hospital Thursday. ciMr.-tnd Mrs. George W. Durham mid . their grnnd daughter, Shirley June 1 -Barliain. .motored to Bloomf:e!d. Mo.. Thursday for K brief visit .with Mr. Barbara's mother, Mrs" Mary liarham, \vho i s Shlr- "ey June's great grandmollur. Mrs. Clara Pecry had ns her ;ucst.thls week Mrs. Perry Hamilton; rf Fredcrlcktown, Mo. Ralph Blackford, of Pnragouttl. Mrs. M. E. Sherrill, mother of Mrs, Alma Grisson, Is very 111 at their coiuilry home near here. Mr. nnd Mrs. Newberry Johnson motored to Blylheville Monday evening where tlicy were Ilia guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Fields. Mr. nnd Mrs. Abner -Ashcraft were dinner guests of Mrs. J. I?. Jones nt Cooler Sunday. Mrs. A. J. McColhun spent nesday with her daughter, Mrs. Bill Wocdn-nrd nt Cooler. Mrs. I-Yatiklc Mlchiespent Thursday visiting relalives and rtoln; spring shopping In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Barnes cf Pcrtogcviljj i)?rc guests of their daughter. Mrs. J. H. Workman and Mr. Workman Sunday. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ru'-lcdgc who has been seriously ill, Is now Improving. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Spencer had as 'their guesls Sunday Mr. anc nnd Mrs. Lewis Stewart of Jack- sou, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Dcllsle of Portsaevlllc, Mo., were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Travis Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs, G. G. Travis spent Sunday with the hitter's mother, I Mrs. I. n. Stewart, at Blythevllle. I Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Baltey were guests of Mr. and Mrs. OscKr Bii- ley of Blylheville Wednesday. I.ou Burns transacted business in Blythevllle Tuesday. K. R. Workman spent. Sunday with relatives at Portagevllle. Sam llamra transacted business in Memphis Wednesday. Miss Emma Sue Stewart of Bly- lheville spent last week-end with her sister, Mrs. G. a. Travis. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Robinson were Blylhcvllle shoppers Salur- ! day. Mf .and Mrs. Lewis "Collins announce the birth of a son Saturday, lie will be named Clyde Gienwocd.iE Miss Dora Marks has returned to' her home in Thnyer, Mo. ' ! Mr. and -Mrs. John McCture have moved to Flint, Mich., whcro they will make their future home. Mrs. G. G. Travis and mot her, Mrs. I. B. Stewart of Blythsvillc siwnt Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Brigganco of Cooler. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Beckham of Cooler were visitors hero Sunday afternoon. Mrs. L. C. Spencer left Wcdnes-' 1 day evening-for nn extended vUit with her son, Paul Eugene Mll- irnndt, at Joiner, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Halley of Ca- ! uthersvllle were visitors here Sunday. '• • Miss Gertrude, Hudgcns of Ca-' uthersville and Miss Rubye Spen-1 cer spent Saturday night in Ely-' hevllle as the guesls of 'Mr. nnd : Mrs. Clyde Hitdecns. ' . Miss Bill Kllllon of rorlagevilletE spent last week-end with Misses' Rubye Barker and Josephine Holly uu ,-irrh-ed here to mako'hls hoiue. ^ <™ r • I ™" blln(in f *';, nl!d Lloyd V. Wise attended to busl- , s ,', ?,' " |K>ncer Ol "W- Paraeould yesterday M^?,^' ^ , - Carr ' A " CO K. N. Ware Jr., is a business vis- 'tor in Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. A. K.< Carter have returned from Phoenix, Ariz., where lliey spent months. George Aldridgcfl of Memphis Is the guest of his aunl, Mrs. Mny ',. Aldridge. InwrciiM p. Foley hns returned from a business trip lo Memphis. C W. Afflick has returned from R business trip to St. Louis and Cihicafo. Mrs. w. B. Tanner went to Memphis Wednesday wltere she met Mr. Tnnnjr who was relum- ing home from points of Jlississ- 'PPl. Mrs. N. P. Knisht has returned from Knoxvilip, Teun.. where she spent several months uiili her daughter, Mrs. M. E. Wfst jr., and family. Mr. ar.d Mrs. O. C. >:janks 1m,; as tlieir yuebts Mr.i J. M. Lowe and Mrs. Emilv Mei.'er, of Para. gouhi. I Jce Fox of Memphis. s;:rnt to-1 j day here cnroutc lo Jonesimrn t:i I the interest oi t!ie Arkansas Society .lor Crippled Children n! which he is a Held reftosrnlalnc. He was accompanied here by his daughter. Mrs. W. J. Druer jr., of Osceola, McDaniel. Eugenia Jenkins nndRu of Cooler. They .were Steele visitors Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Ellis and ton. Jackie, were Blylhevllle shoppers Wednesday afternoon. Miss Torchle Stone attended the at Caruthcrsville .„ IN MEMORY ^ .-,:'fail: b.iij. loving .mernorj 1 of rhy hus^ai^f -Alllc T.. Siik .who do- parEed thfs life-' one - year a^of February Oth, 1930. ' Our hearts are sad with pain Life without you will never be the same ! More antl more each day I miss you Friends . may think the wound has healed But they little know the sorrow WKhin my hear concealed. Sleep on Cenr one and take your rest We loved you, . But God loved you besl. Sfidly missed • by wife, MRS. LILL1E SISK. BHIBGEPORT, Conn. (UPi—Tile "sick committee" of the Kiwanis club consists ct a dixlor. a minister and an undertaker. Usually tlu-y call on the sick Kiwaii- inn In that order. Sir*', . Children need not siea your health There should be no health penalty attached to motherhood. There isn't among really healthy women. Ex. pedant mothers who think of the ..... baby> h-a!th as well as their own ! Alta:Wcitz. 16. above was c : v- i s " ou - d l " :ic a r.iod vegetable ionic to - by a San Fran- [^• cr L th ,i et ™J;':! s ~ U . r1 ', P ic , r «' s year- it toDr.Picrcc's ' >e mother of ' 'Old 'hoy, . . Tor FREE medical advice. To Our Friends and Customers AVcwantLo thank you one and all for your valued patronage during the ten years we were located at 309 Main St. We are now ready to greet you at our new and up-to-date store located at 105 Main Stret, right across the street from the Home Theatre, with an extensive stock of Dry Goods, Ready-to-Wear, Shoes, etc.. We solicit a continuance of your valued patronage with our assurance that ; here you will always find quality goods at low prices. : Henry 105 Alain tit. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1931 FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY Yellow Fruit ulilcks or Rome " caut GRAPE FRUIT Foirestvillc or Hroukficul, y round Limit, 1'ound GuiirunU'ed Fresh 3 Dozen Limit Dozen CARROTS POTATOES CRACKER 2 Ibs. 25c 24 Pound Sack TOMATOES POM & BEAN NTO BEANS CALDMCT Baking Powder . Can ^ Sunny Brook Crystal White or P « G 10 Bars APRICOTS MATCHES-^'^ NOW DRIFT Self Rising 24 Pound Sack tn Ciotii Bags Limit, 10 Ibs. KIDNEY BEANS Fancy Fat Full Dressed FuH Dressed Fancy Fat ib. SALT MEAT SALT MEAT PORK SHOULDER KM M SPARE RIBS Swift's. Sliced. Not Unds Pound 1SE3S4 Block Hawk Sliced Pound WE1NERS BOLOGNA ROLLED ROAST K - C -^ T^TBTT rrr~~' rrff hi* B- 1 *- 1 K. C. Kuef. Shoulder, Lb. ISi-. Thick Rib. I,b. Jiriskct. 1'ourd K C, Round or Short Rib, !b.

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