The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 17, 1930
Page 2
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-PAGE TWO (ARjU_COURIER NEWS ft »¥'''' " •• * Items of ":• Personal [; Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Aclivities and J^fcws; of Women Society Calendar ; . Friday :' ' , lie Promise JUiid Methodist church Is having Us tnnual Harvest' supper at the church at 0 o'clock. • „ Mnsio Club Ekcts Officers'-.. liiss Carolyn H»1I was elected presjdent of the Junior Music club In-'?.meeting held yesteiulay after- iwjfin. Other officers ••are: Miss Virginia Tompkinj, vice president; Miss Sara Jo Little, secretary; Miss Margaret Shaver, treasurer; Miss Peggy McKeel. reporter; Miss Mil- dred''Judd, serfiant »t »rms;' Miss Margaret Mcrrltt, sponsijp^. : • Tills group, a depafimtnV of the Woman's club, is comprised of high school girls wishing to study music and';arl appreciation in 1 . Us various phases. All interested are. Invited tO'Jbin. In the programs, to be given each two weeks, there will be current events and several piano selec- \iojis supplemented with a study of a,Composer or opera. Pink radiances roses are Ihe emblem of the group with n'.cl rose 1 silver for the colors. FRIDAY, OCTOBER Gown H*S Club ^{isccllaneous garden flowers rrade a pretty bevy-of shades for decorating the luncheon f -ilcs Tfvursday when Mrs O. P. Me- i- texiained the. Mid-week cl' id two guests, Mrs. Charles i nt$L Mrs. Walker H. Baker. After the appetizing two c j -1 m'thu was tcrved the ladles pit; ••'. br$ge with high club nward g'-wn ta,Mrs. Cecil Shane who received a . vart. Mrs. Baker's gift for hteh I n c m "•c~t"iiidics In Eii.&St was a fancy whisk broom. (odi! , , s lVl|s pa]ama Chi Has X«v Member Eet-rgcfc. designed Jirrs. W. P. Vcnzcy Jr., Ihe new n-t:hiber of the Young !\Satrons Bridge club, was al the weekly party Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Victor Bray .was hostess. A double deck of cards went to Mrs. Max B. Reid for high prize. Mrs. Bray served an attractive Plate lunch of pear salad, date loa[ topped with whipped cream, rellsh- esjand hot ten. '- 1 . * * * ('o(oinbDs Program rr*srnica at F. T. A. 'Columbus Day was fittingly ob- Kfrvcd at the meeting of the Lanso elementary school Parent-Teacher association Thursday afternoon TvNen there was a good attendance ofrmothers present. the old crusade c'ays-ir.(.'.rt as women of go™ of rc.jnl ulack velvet over gray ctrlse the tea hour. Osceolo Society—Personal Interesting rciumc of oir nf tlin <••,.,!,. D <• , lu """^ lmj ' 01 ln -- m Illll| I of the itutly. Hctoslimciits dent Hcover came to town." were served following the Iceson. The department will meet weekly i during the club year on Tuesday: afternoon, wltli the exception of the first Tuesday In each month, which is Hie regular meeting date f-.r the Pru.jrosilvc Clulj. ffexl Tuesdays' mr.vtlng wll be held at the home of Mrs. John Hdrlngton.' Mr.s. Ely l-'onvlllc of Little nock.i who lias been vhliing her parents,; Mr. ami Mrs. E. n Smiih, In Os-1 ce la this weoii, ].-}ft Thursday mor-; nlng for Columbus, Mississippi. whcic she will visit her tktcr, Miss' MiicV:lc Sniitli, who is a student at i M. S. C. w. this year. She will re-! turn to O.sco^ln for a few days next 1 week before e"ing to her homo In ' I.llln Hock. • i Mrs K. J. Brooks, Mrs. Harry! Brocks, and tlifir house guest, Mls.^ I Nrinui Aiuleison, of Chaffee, Mo'.,! visltod filor.tis In niythevillc and' Steek 1 , Me. 'rliurstiay. . ' Hoover Enables Woman To Realize Ambition \ CLEVELAND, O., (Ut'l—For dO years Mr. Julia Van Loan, now &6>, liucl Iciijvcl to meet a president ot; the Unl'.c<l States face lo face—to i have hiiii .say n treasured word 6-r' two to her. Mrs. Vim Loan has pnsjecl the., happlrf,! day of her lite, having! rcalmtd hrr greatest ambition. Oif a recent visit here. President Herbert Hoover consented to sec the! n«,:d wcnnri. grasped her hand mid spskc ;i fe'.v words that made lier smile. He Introduced Mrs. Hoover nlso. ;' Back li| 18G1, Mrs. Van Loan, thi-n 17. saw President Lincoln on one of his visits to Cleveland. Sht wanted to shake his hand, but secret fjcrvico men prevented her. "Sinco then," Mrs. van Loaii leminlicccl. "I have seen every prc- sldmt. But I didn't have a chance to meet any of item until Presi- . .Students of Miss, Gladys Hardln's rc*m, who prepared'*heprOfr»in In connection'wlth.tlieislidy of American history, presented''(he num- bijft. Msr room also won Ihp dollar-Prize for having the most mothers present. Wans for a Ing day Saturday and flinimmage snlo later in the fall were discussed and it was nlso vot- «F-to] make plans for purchasing more play ground equipment dur- iii&frhis (crm. "~ * * ' * Tc';Have Sale -The Sudbury school Parent- reacher association is having a rummage sale tomorrow in the building formerly occupied bv the Fjiyler Drug company. Bits of News Mostly Personal . and Mrs. T. G. Sen! have a= their guest Mrs Seal's mother, Mrs Dt.Carr, of Richmond, Va. Air. and Mrs, A. Conway went to Little Rock today for -a week's vis- Sirs. B. A. Lynch returned yesterday from Jonesboro where she srJJht three days attending all sessions of the state Parent-Teacher association as president of the Mrs. C. M. Harwell, delegate frcm the Osccola High School P. T. A. and Mrs- S. M. Hodg.:s, delegate from the grammar school organization, arc In Jonesboro attending the tlnce day ccrelcn cf Ihe state P. T. A. Congress, and numbers of members of the two organizations have been in attendance at various sessions of the ns- ! icmbly, Wednesday's visitors from •• Osceola Including Mcsdnura C. O.' Snrlth^Fi-jrjPhiiips, H. A. Behrens,. 1 John Whltworih, Geo. Doyle,' Joe I Rhodes, Ely. Driver, J. D. Smith I Harry ' Atlller, M, L'. Summei-s, D. P. Crouch, Harry Brooks, Rose Gcldborg, A S. llogers and Miss Martha Wellman. nccoinpnnled by ~~3 Norma Anderson of Chnflee, Mo., who is visiting Mrs. Harry Brooks. The literary department of the Osceola Wciuens Progressive- Club met Tuesday afternoon at the' home of Mrs. O. B. Segravcs with Mrs C. M. Harwell leading the lesion from the Chnulaunua Rending on the life of Disraeli, assisted by Mrs. John Edringlon, who gave an Northeast Arkansas district niui president of the city council Mrs. A. C. Ward return*! yesterday from Kansas City where she (pent ten days wiih relatives. . Mr. and Mrs. A. u. i-airficld arc leaving Saturday for Chicago whcr,- t.hey will be guests ol Mr. r- sister for several days Those who will donate for (be chykcn dumcr of (lie Maple Grove Cemetery a.siocut ion zrc-asked to call ^[15. Frank Wclib at 048—J before Tuesday. DRID( •rs with the rtile'"b'f cle-":n. i clr 'v? *"' j"^ ^" a ' 3 ^ e ^ niake *-\* sJgLR cedactions as todav'- >" clarer doe's. WEST 1 i-^rlO-B- 'jf-Z- NORTH s-a . • H-A-J-7-2 0-10-8-7-3 S-K-9-7- C-MO-W. \?..5.4.3 K-K . D-9-6' > 5-4-2 S-ik-J H-fl-10-9-5 B-H-K-U C-fl-l-9-8 land ICe Of S-JJ; ^"»cn mm thr.t \Ves;' la-id | 10 suit longer than lour raids As I the acs, king. t):icen nnn of j spa its *r« accounted Ior'\v-s"' ; spade ail' was not i-', s i, ?1 - ,the ten : it. When \Vo-; s!uwe3 : c'jt on t. f croud round of rtia: uonds. • dcrhrer c'H r~ v ' jcsmil IOL-. .sarss four clu"b-= i | MID" lly ,:-. the West b™/ ! j -7!: - Her of these salts had n ' j caul . ii; n higher tVan the t-n i spot, r.^at suit would t-.r.r been i cpen»d in preference to ti c sp:uic ' The Declarer holds [.ra iin al -- s " | therc-'are four In Hit <I.H|. knows lhat West Ii^ds iherefdrc .East has a '< heart and it must bo tii« The same deduction U Seldom comes to everyone in any town or city at the same time; but we want to tell the ' House Wives v ' " ' of Blythevijle and of Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri that one DECISION recently made by. Sauers Milling Co. Evansville, 111,, -. brings GOOD FORTfJNE to all of them at one time. We were appointed Wholesale Distributors in territory named and you can now buy from vour retailer Sauers Infallible Flour Milled by the same family since 1866 It is the ' ' Last Word in Good Flour On sale now by: MM S-iliba Market T . A Dl , vis Clarence saunder. w . R . Alhm , r, oniisc L ,nd Any retailer will get same for you if requested. v He "fou- ui The BMdinfT South would open the biddinc wilh tw\3 no trump and North , 1 /" t , ^"" K u «"'«>oi! !•> r.uclc o:: wofeld carry it to three no trump tar'ta n'VT '" lllr l!mnmy ' - Tbe Way , \f\, " ,. thc1 ^•"•- In,,:!. J 3m . West is called upo/to make the marW," 1 E,^"' ll ±?"!. 3 V. V ' "? in .opjnlng lead, his partner not hav-1 cletcn W of cl-'V "'^ * ing-bid. His stron-est suit l=! It new 'require- «'"'!-,"--,., '""" tne deuce, hi.i on the part of the' '<£-•£ '' I Your Neighbor :.MIiS. I.ILl.IK Jk-KXlGHT is (heir ivpiv ! tive I) iiunsivator, ;>sk hi-r. Cotton States Sales Co., Inc. Wholesale Storage and Hroke.ragc Distributors Will Pules, M 0 r. Phone Hi \ RG FOR SATURAY and MONDAY Potatoes "7i h Peck SScHb. 2!c 2c Butter 25c I Apricots Post or Kelloggs G Soap, 10 Bars For Crackers g± 3 ^8cjlSe}e"y > ezs Ib. fe ^Packages 23c Lard B^HH 10 Pounds 49c 25c | Pork & Beans 3 ""S Sack 63c »ugar i^»££3B* 24 Pound Sack Fern Leaf 24 Pound Sack Uncle Ned Ib. 29c Dresseit Pound 12 IScjVeai Roast M g'p b .^12c i* V

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