The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 13, 1931 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTJIEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY- 13, 1931 Tfifhcrs Honored AUColon/.-i! Tea. The teachers of (he city schools were guests of honor at an outstanding event of the Elliot'. Fletcher chapter of tlic United U-IIIB'>- ters-of t!ie Confederacy which entertained with a Colonial Ten Thursday afternoon at the Woman's club. Truly a colonial parly, the club house was decorated with nire ou- jects ol by-gone days. A spinning whert adorned the side of Hie lira piflcc over which lumg the portraits of Robert E. Lee and Sione- wall Jackson, nn'cperguc decorated the grand piano which also had a Colonial shawl llirowii over it and Colonial .candlesticks held glowing lapsrs. The refreshment, table, presided over by Mrs. Ida Mo'tt, honorary president, and Mrs, W. • R. Adams, honorary member, Mrs. Howard Proctor Active in Civic and Patriotic Work Mrs. Howard 1). Pr'iclor, on- 1 01 _ the leaclrw hi the rliy in civic ^• llvltlo-. Is cljisely identineil v.'llli the American Legion Auxtlliry, liu Red CriKu, th2 Woman's club, tiv ParciH-Tunch.T nsFochitlons mid the First McthrxliFt church. Spending most If her time, perhaps, In the Legion Auxiliary work- she has become a slate lender. While president of the fifth district (or the past two ycirs she has organized three new units at Tru- nmnn, Earle and Marlon. Besides her district- work she was president of the local unit when the state convention met here. In an- was'.adorned with ft rare lace cov- p . ecirl , lon (or llcr worit „,, cllnlr . cr and silver service more Liar a; man o[ 0|c C0]m , m | cn ,; 0mni i t ice century old. Red nnd wl:iu- tun-.j-j shc wns 5cllt| BS u gllt . st „, Ul( , D;u| lions, the chapter's colors, formed Cason Lcglon 1)osl| to U) e'nallon- the centerpiece. | al convention nt Louisville. Ky.. Those ftttiiiB decorations made u ( whcrc shc scrvcd as n de , mrtme ; u fitting background for the Co'.oniflll p;)gc cosfuines worn by the officers who.j O[h( , r Iocnl nc(lv m cs of thls k i ml wilh the guests of honor, were hi | llcUl( | c Ule 1)0|)pj , . wlc or w) ,i c | lslic the, receiving line. Wedding cowns ft . ns cha , rmnu " for two „, of mother's and other relatives of Colonial' days were paiadid by descendants who also wore fitting accessories. Officers of the chanter tire: Mrs. W.i I. Denlon, president; Mrs. Jairfcs B.- Clark, vice president; Mrs. Ivy [W. Crawford, recording secretary; Mrs. Tda Mottr treasurer; Mrs. J; W. Dader, rcccvdlng secretary; Mrs. B. H. Aiien. registrar; Mrs. H. M. AdXlnsoii. custodmir, j Mrs. W. V- Taylor, histoilun; Mrs. Henderson Hall, publicity olTlcei'; Mrs. Marvin Robinson, nirecioi' tl.' the .Children of the 'JonldiLi io?. j" The program, arranged by Mrs.jE James B. Clark. Mrs. B. H. Allen | yea which one sale wns tire liMgcst in the history of the unit. Last year she wns chairman zi the Education and Vocational Training of World Wai orphans, and lins b?ch publicity cirninnan for two years. Mrs. Proctor also holds the olllce of secretary. In the lied Cross she is a member of the board of directors end Roll Call chairman. v.'lll visit their brother for flv? weeks for tlic benefit, of D. Simmons' licalih. He recently recovered from an Illness. Mrs. Cfoarlos Crigger jr., will go to -Memphis Monday for a visit. Tom Little was a business visitor In Memphis yesterday.' G. S. uariits sp:-nt Thursday In Memphis on business. "^^^^••^^•••^^^••••••^•••••••••^••••••••••••EUWMBHJaaMBISa ARGAINS Interested Audience Attends P. T. A. how; An interested audience attended ! . the show sponsored by the Central' f W:ud ParciH-Teacher Af/scdatlon " 'lliurs'Jay :iUcrno2u .and evening at Hie high hchjol auditorium. Mrs. Join; H. Hinrman, of Ucc-i| lor, Avk., presented three wvllij known clilklrai's stories "LiUlc j t Fled nidlnn Mood." "The Threi! Lit- -I tie I'lgr," and "The Little Black J Satnbc" in a clever impcrsoiiattrn i with tliaraclcrs which "walked anil | talked." Sli« alsu uave several '•[ rcndincs. '; Tlie liniiersonatinijs were supple- { menlcd with numlicrs by dan:u 11 pupils of M!ss Made Moon nnd'Uie j Kiddies Hand of Mrs. Joe Trlescli-; | man's room. FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY Closing Hours Saturday Ni ght 9:30. Other Days 6 O'clock Oranges Floridas Dozen GRAPEFRUIT Large Size • C n Each DC RED ONIONS, Pound 2ic BREAD Sole Owners, Long Loaf 2 for ISc 1)3113113$ Fruit Ib. J2C GREEN CABBAGE I'ound 3c APPLES Potatoes "ZV 2c SALMON and Mackerel , : Tall Cari 9c Mrs. Howard Procior of (he Icenl Woman's club and a member of (lie literary department. She Is chairman of the hospital- , , „ , ,, Ity commlitee of the Central Ward lvl " cs cr>ch & '"!' lni """"'"B.. . . v« rr i«ni | » iivmi'il'ntnrip i iirinnti Baptists Hear Series ' Oil Christian Doctrines 1 1 LARD Compound . 8-Lb Bucket The Rev. Alfred 3. Harwell, pa.s-] I lor of the First Bnptisi clwvc'h, is I pionchlng a series of sermon. 1 ; 0:1:1 the Ecncral theme "Christian DOL--'| CHERRIES For ,l'i«B No. 2 Can 25c LETTUCE Fancy 48's. Each 5c Oleo G ;:, 2 Ibs. 23c OYSTERS 5-Oz. Can lOc Libby's *J£ti* No. 2>A Can fcOC 1 Parent-Teacher association nnd In addition to being treasurer of member of (he Open Door Sunday Ihe county Fcderollon of Women's school class of the First Methccilst •• As a preparatory sermon l' Sunday he used "The Bible As isrespoiKllnccretary 1 cht.rch. , " Fisher anil T. H. Hayncs. . . . . . Mrs- T. H. Hayncs and Mrs. and" Mrs. J, W. Under, was as lol-1 Theodore Logan were hostesses yeslows: Piano solo "Silvery Waves".I'erday at the llaynes home tor the Mrs. R. A. Moore; E'lniio and Violin duct "Love's Old Sweet Song", Miss Lcche Callkotl and- Mrs. ntves Altfn; Vocal duels ''Tcntine Tonight" and "Carry. Me Back To Ole Virginny", Mrs. Lucy McAdams and Mrs. G.. E. Keck; Piano solo] first party. "Mocking Bird", Mrs. Henderson' Hall; Colonial dance. Miss. Betl? Lse McCutcten; Voice number "Ben Bolt", Mrs. Norman P. Moore accompanied by Mrs. J. Mel Brooks;' Vocal solos "Second Minuei" and "Lohdondeity", Mrs. George M. Lee accompanied by .'Mrs. R. A. Mcore; Plabb and Violin diiel "Dance Of "Olid. Marionettes", Miss Margaret Merrill and 'Woodrow Fisher; Piano duet "Hungarian Rhcpsodv'.', Mrs^'J. Mel k Bri.T^"irncf Mrs: H.'A. Mcore; Vocal solo "Happy Little Sal", Mrs. Paul L. Tlpton accompanied .by Mrs. R. A. Moore; "Pirate. Dance", Sara Lou McCutclien, Jack Charnblln, Raymond Craw- lord and Betty BrooXs Isaacs with Miss Mary Cnmmings at the piano; Reading "My Lady Of The Lilacs", Miss Marie Moon; Dance "Colonial Maids Frolic", Iris Kleban| Elma Pounds, Geneva carter, Ruby Nell : Ogle and Mary Lynn Burnelte; Vocal duet "Love's • Old Sweet Song", Mrs. Paul L. Tipton and Mrs. George M. Lee accompanied by Mrs. li. A. Moore ot and violin oblig'atto, crganlnation meeting. They serve:! a ftult Ice with cake. For this occasion the house was attractive with (iccorntlons of yellow jonquils. Mrs. O. P. Echols and Mrs. T. H. Hayncs will be hostesses for (lit. 1 Bits of News Mostly Pei'sonal Celcbntcs ntrtlulay. Miss L\icile Tyrone entertain;:! u innnber of her friends last evenini; Rl her home, 331 Lumerate street, wilh a party in celebrating her 15th birthday. There was n cake given for the prettiest, girl, won by Miss Jimniia Oaines and L. Q. Tyrone won the cnko for llieibest looking boy.- Uellclgns refreshinents were sei-v- cil nftef .an'cvenliiif of (tomes and music. ' the piano Woodrow Fisher. Luxora P. T. A. Meets at School Auditorium LUXORA, Ark.—Wednesday afternoon the P. T. A. met in the high school auditorium, with Mrs. John Corchran presiding. About thirty-five members were present and the following mailers of business were discussed: Miss Dorothy Brown, teacher o! public school music, askcrt for an appropriation of $18 to be spent for Victrola rec- " 1 Guaranteed Fresh. £ Dozen Limit Doz.l2lc Information For Authority and Christian Doctrines." I These formons will be continued for six weeks. Campbell's Tomato Mrs. W- J. Wtmdcrllch and daughter. Donna. Cook, plan toleave tomorrow for Kansas City where tl:,jy will Join Mr. Wimderlicli imcl make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Appleuaiiin, Mrs. Walter Roscnlhal, Mrs. Bam Flonrniaii and daughter, iiobcrta, siicnt yciterday in Memphs. Mr. and Mrs. C. S- Stevens are In Memphis today where Mr. Stevens is attending a ginncrs convention. Mrs. Harry Kirby nnd Elton W. Klrby s|Knt Thursday In Pirn- t'oiild «'Itli relatives. .Mrs. Dyion Morse, Mrs. n. F Kirshnor, Miss Maryaret Mahan aiul Jiiiimie Bell were visitors in Memphis Wednesday. ill's,. Hush llolllpeter visited relatives In Osceola nuirsday, Mosdamcs IJ. N. Ware Jr.. Walker H. Ilaker and Floyd Willie were visitors in .Memphis Thursday. Miss Cora Leo Coleman, county Hunt,' On Kver Since the Flit.; S Cans 24c 3ELLO Assorted Flavors 3 I'ackiiges Sunny Smile No. 21 Can fcEARS Delmonte • No. 2 Can Pedro, Guaranteed • Pound 19cj CORNED BEEF Libby's Burtlelt No. 2/2 Can Libbvls 1-Lb. Can 15c Cane & Corn Gallon Can KIDNEY BEANS Joan of Arc Cstn 9c 49c Flour Self Rising 24 Ib. Sack 60c SIMPLE UO.MK RE.MKDY QUICKLY STOPPED IT "After that nltack of Plu I ha'I ft Ij'ad . persistent,, .cough cling to me, -in spito of everything and after n while even' Mrs. Waller worried about me but soon as I got to taking Lin-O-Nlmj Emulsion it was wondeiful to see the way It helped me. nlsht away the cough bc^an tcoscning up and disappearing. It •Is such wonderful medicine I gUd- ly recommend it for people troubled with a cough," writes Jncob S. Walter, well known farmer of STRING BEANS No. 2 Can 9c I CORN Country Gentleman No. 2 Can PEAS Medium Size . .. No. 2 Can I6c I HOMINY Van Camp's. Med. Si/e V' •.,,.. ,'.'.- "" .. . Can 6c SPINACH Libby's ' No. 2i/ 2 Can home demonstration ngent, is nt; Carptnter. S.'Dak. New Liberty today for n ii:octtni; of the Wcmen's c!ub with Mrs- Isabel Marshall. - Mrs. M. S. Avery is a patient at the Memphis Methodist. Hosplul. George Slunks Is a patient al the Memphis Ear, Eye. Nose and Thro.il ords to bo used for Instruction with the six grammar grade pupils. Same jhoipllnl. r i.ri i f-Tni. WBS "Hawed; a committee on in- j J[rs - viclor n «J'. Ml ' s - D:1 )' l <' vrr, i A IX.K-K was hostess to 5 P" tim °< uiiderncurlslied c'ail- Henderson and Mrs. Charles Wylie the^^S^n^WlfS ^'^ «"'- - "'"""er o, Ujjc visitoi, in Memphis Wednes- v|children were some without hn.rli- |an>. Y Limit With ,€11 Groceries 10 Ibs. two guests, • Mrs- - C. 'R. Babcock 1 Mrs. W. B. Tanner, ihls wcek. ;' eirtn and- ... lips and iSrs. C. IV Babcock for i as club and gi^st prizes- Club JI«U Mr. and Mrs. Mutt MDnnjhfin jr.. will sprnd Monday In -\le:n- Bernartl Gcouh ami MIT. _ Hum Thomas are expected to rc- wholc to tct":isMi; S50 lo" Li' I u "' n 1 ' Dmo tDcl!ti ' fr . 0111 n ln '° da\:=. used for the beantifyinj of ;he school ground, work to begin ;it cnce with the planting of cvcr- ;ri tj' f 'the young Matrons | green.-,. Tlie third grade received cluir and one aucst. Mrs j the monthly attendance prize (or mje -VcUmtr. were entertain-1 the ereatcst number of niothcrs by Ife. !'5att Monaghan jr., i praeut. The meeting was adjonrn- ij £!l;raoon- !«d with the singing of a song by L2S2SE* rack was awarded ; the third grade pupils. ViC P. Veazty jr.. for club! . and M.^. Clarence Vc'.lmcr , in given 3^tr, h5r.(i"Kerch;cij. | TtiE r.~=teis rvfreshcd her £u>:s'sl ^riih. cnicifn incrjiss. Trim cake j iza co'ls*. I To Attend Grand Optra R>-r,,.rr, lirOWH _U ri..k ,.1 " ^ m » al stny In Memphis. D. and William Simmons ictt today for Miami, Fla., where [hey In the D.ikotas where it surely gets cold, people can't be bothered with weak, ordinary cough remedies. It takes a real strengthening, fortifying, upbuilding Emulsion like Lin-O-Ninc to knock 'dYA a bad cold or cough due to 'it. Lui-O-Nlne is a nice lasting, Miowy white emulsion of riayseed, E'.ico- lyp'.i.-;. Cassia, Bctula. Irish Moss 1 and Glycerine. Children, ckic-rly folks with weak stomachs or just getting ever lingering illness find it es|x?rinlly nice to tnko and rp'ick- ly ellective. Now lieiiV;; introduced here, If your drui:i;lst hasn't it, in either 30c or SI size, Just snul dollar bill with imnic and address to Keir Chemical Co.. BrcrHwcod, ^fd.. for large 15 ox. bottle return mail. —Adv. PEACHES Evaporated Pound 12c PINTO BEANS Clean Stock C. r* . Pound O C OATS Gold Medal 3 Packages 21c SPAGHETTI 16-Oz. Can Coffee;,: Ib. 35c PRUNES •10 to 50 Size I'ound 7c Fancy IJlue Kose Pound CALUMET Haking Powder l(i-0z. Can 22c Tire hoys and Rirls 4-H club o[ Armorel lias reorganise:! [or the vin C'-aptKllc, Ramsiy Duncan. M.! ) lr «'<lcia: Jriss Litiiriiie Abbot!. FiUrtmmora airf Miss Margaret ' vlcc president; Miss KsxUujn Rui- Mcrritt, Miss Belle WhiUiti and E.! « 1nur - secretary; Miss Louise Hjy. B. Lyman. Tlie fust five naaisd will ;«P=ner: M. S. 13i:rge and .Mrs. W. attend the matinee iwriormance; °- Wall, spansors. Saturday of *'Der Roienkavalifr," ' •a-hile Miss Whitsitt and Mr. I.y-1 man are to hear "1 Pagliacci" and i "Cavalleria Rusticana" tonight. i In Your Next Cake Use K C Baking Powder and notice the fine texture end large volume. Because of its high leavening strength you use less than of high priced brands end are assured of perfect results in using CHiLDREHS Has Club. Mrs. J. JjOiirs Cherry w»s hostess • . to the Mid-week Bridge clui f Thursday for luncheon arid '-.'• bridge game when Mrs. EU'rfi W.. Kirby was the only guest. j A .blcoming plant was the con- : terpiccc tor the attractively ap- j pointed table where a two course j menu was 'served at one o'clock. ; In' the card games Mrs. B. A. | Lynch won the prize. l • * * Rook Club Organized. j Another Rook club has. been or-i Rsr,!zed which will meet each f.ec- i end and foui'th Friday afternoons i of the months. The nine members will be known as the "Sas Nakra club." They are: Mcsdames R. L. | Rccdcr, A. W. Stephens. E.,P. 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