The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 23, 1930
Page 2
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: TWO: Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Society Calendar Friday hiving the Night Bridge club. Mrs. Ernest Roc Is having bridge party. Central W*rd P. T. A. Mcrls. In the business meeting of the Central' Ward Parent-Teacher as- jsocfctlon Wednesday afternoon, fit (lie recent state convention, plans announced for the study course, the membership drive extended for two the club house at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. 3. U. Brooks Is Named Chairman. Mr*. James II. Brooks was elected chairman of the Literary department of the Woman's club In n meeting Tuesday afternoon to fill the vacancy made by the resignation of Mrs. Tom Secoy. In taking up the study for '.'its year the 20 members will use "Adventures In Literature In 1926 an:! 19K" with the best books in their period sent from the University of North Carolina, and retained here for all members to read. The program was on "The Pulitzer 'Prize Novel, Drama :md Poem" with Mrs. Brooks as lender, assisted by Mrs. Sccoy. Louis Bromfield's "Early Autumn," the novel; the drama. "In Abraham's Bosom" by Paul Green and Leonora Spey- cr's poem "Fiddlers' Farewell" were reviewed and copies of these distributed among t!w Uxsnen for later study. - ' •-.- - • * • * .. BrMe Honored. Itallowe'en lighted pumpkins and orange tapers made effective decorations for -the bridge parly given by Miss Hteel Hardiu Wednesday evening for- an attractive bride, Mrs. Charles Wallace Garrlgan nee Miss Bonnlfi Lynn Gay. Included ii tt>e 24 guests., .were Mrs. . Champ Kimborlain' 'of . West . Plains, Mo., and Miss, Blossom Klcban, late of The Woman's club Is meeting ai -weeks and announcement made that .. „,..,, ,,-„.„ „. „.,. „.„,„„., , a 1)1|ljr wm fce . glrai Wc(Jnesdny and Thursday. Mrs. N. B. Menard told of (he state convention meeting in Jonesboro last week as the program fe.i- ure. In taking up the study, lo be ed by Miss Goldle Pyles of Little Rock November 3-8, the welfare of children will be a feature. Iti ex- ending the membership drive for two weeks it Is planned lo enroll mothers as activo , New York city.. Miss Irene . Crowder won hosiery lor high score, .a bridge score set for the cut prize and the bride's went to Mrs. Charles Crlgger jr., gift was a bowl. . 'Pie arid coffee was served at the conclusion- of the bridge games. \ • * '. G«sls Attend Wednesday 1 Clob Mrs. -EJlpn'Ay. Kirby, Misses '• 'Mah'anj Mary Loutso Taylor arid Juarilla Smith and Mrs. Robert Kilvington, of Memphis. were guests of .Miss. Grace Webb yesterday when 'she -also entertained members' of the 'Wednesday Bridge club. .".'•',' - • Three prizes ~: were ' Awarded for auction honors. : Ntrs. V7. J. Pollard won hosiery -for rjiub' honors, a tis-. sue tou'el.roH Went to Miss Smith for high guest 'aha; the 'cut prize, ;(T complimentary,, facial, wgV received by Mrs. Harry Kirby. " ' : A tuna fish salad -"with nul bread sandwiches olives and coffee made an appetizing plate lunch. • . - • • • 'Visitor Complimented. Miss Berta Fant of Clarksdalo. Miss., house guest of Mrs. H. N. Ware jr., 'was -the hoiioree ' lit' a four table bridge patty given bv Mrs. Floyd White -yesterday nftei-- noon. The hostess' attractive home was adorned 'with ' dahlias, roses,' zenias, carnations and -cosmos for a variety of- shades. : ' To Mrs. W. Leon Smith went n brass tray for first honors and Miss Fant received hosiery. A delicious 'salad-' course was served to the 16 ladies including Miss Mary' Salterfield' of Memphis who is a guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. W.'Anilck'. many more members. A home talent play, "Swcathearls For Sale," will be given at the city auditorium, s]wnsored by this group, on Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. Nell Little Bannister's ream won Hie dollar prize for having the most mothers In attendance. I>. E. O. Meets Mrs. I). A Lynch, in charge of the P. E. O. program Wednesday afternoon In a meeting at the home of Mrs. W. W. Hollipeter, (old of sonic of the outstanding wonwn In P. E. O. work. The newly elected president, Mrs J'A. Leech, announced plans for making money In aiding a Blythc- ville girl obtain a college education. For the social hour Hie hostess had made her more attractive with lovely autumn flowers and served a dainty salad course. • • 3 Benefit I'arty Given. Mrs. L. H. Moore was winner of the high score prize, hand embroidered pillow cases, at the benefit bridge party given by Mrs. Paul Greenwell and Mrs. J. F. Lcnll for the altar society cf the Church of the Immaculate Conception Wed ncsday evening at the social hall of the church. Bath sails, hi a guest room night -bottle, wns Mrs. Lloyd Wise's gift for low score. A dainty fruit sftltid was served. From tills affair » neat sum was netted tor purchasing school equipment. * « * WhIUon (o Have I P. T. Association. A Parent-Teacher association is being formed at the \Vhitton schoo' tonight with Mrs. .T. E. Talc of Armorcl, president- of the county council of P. T, A., Mrs. W. C Wall of Armorel'and Miss Willie A. Lawson of here, county superintendent, nttodmjr. •'"'Benjamin Horloii is etit of this junior, high and grammar school which' has six teachers. • • * Srciuts Have Thf.itre Parly. Members of the scout troop 37, Charles A. Stubbs nnd his assistant scout master, James .E. Brntcltc'r, and Mrs. Charles L'.. Stubbs. wcr? guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. O. W. Mc- Cutclicn nt the Home-Theatre Wednesday evening for the monthly movie Hmrty given by Mr. mirt Mrs McCulchen for this .group. iTIiere were 20 present, the ; scouts being students, of the Smlbury elementary school. Clark-Smith. •Miss Elv« Smtch and Mr. John Ciark, both of Bi'irdettc. were married yesterday by Justice L. C. Hnr- din. Ranee Cookery" by Mrs Clay SI- Conway, are here locking after mcr, of Kcnuett. 'their business Interests. • • "Efficiency" -was .Miss Ketaj Mrs. E. b. Uogers hag as : !:ei' Crest's subject, who Is from Sleelc.'t guest for ten days Mrs. diaries and methods on safety and first Mauglm, of Little Rock. ' nld wer<; given by Miss Margate! I Miss LaNcal P'alton returned to Flynn. of Polosl, Mo. ' . | her home In Paragould today after After the program Mrs. Marie > visiting Miss Mildred Bonn since HicXman and MUs Alberta Ross, j Monday, of here, demonstrated the prone' Mr. and Mrs. Charles' iressurc method of rcsustltatlon, ii jr., are In Memphis today. Ming the aln) for every member of '•• Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blaylock he committee to be able to apply ate spending today'in Memphis, his method In case of an electric M. A. Klcban and son, Morton, 01 Tupelo, Miss., will arrive the last of the week lo join Mrs. Klebai and .daughter, Miss Blossom, befor. gang to SlarkvlUa Miss., sfor, th win lor. They lived 'here for a nuiri bei 1 ,of years. Mrs. II. J. Hodges, of Scnat';) Mo.; was a visitor In the. city 1 yes terday with her daughter, Miss Mill lie Mae Hodges, who'Is ill at th< Blythevllle hospital. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Bumelte j lave moved to Paragould, their Jov- ncr home, after residing here several months. Floyd A. Black of French Camp, Miss, .spent yesterday with Mr. and Mrs. John B, Lane enroute t,o!Kn!t-. Ciiven f)jun:-r I'urly Mlis M;i.L;in Baker, of Aberdeen, Miss, and Miss Lola p Bryant, of Lnkc City, who are nurses at the Blylheville. hospital, were .honored juesls at n dinner party given last evening by Miss Joslo Smith, former superintendent of nurtes then?. The affair was In celebration of the completion of their first year's training. The dinner was givjn at the home of Mr. and Mrs- J. Mell Brooks. After enjoying a delicious menu in three courses, music fea- Uircd the evening's 'entertainment. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Rufus Allen,' of Memphis, and her Bister, Mrs. Albert Weiss, of Indianapolis, Iiid.. visited Mrs. W. M. Travis nnd family yesterday. Harry Fctrow, of- Indianapolis, Ind., vlslfcd friends In the city yesterday. Dan Edwards,. son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. West jr., of Knoxvllle, Tcnn., nnd grandson of Mr. nnd Mrs. N. F. Knight, who has been seriously ill, is now convalescing at Knoxvlllc hospital. Mrs. ClitTord Cavitl has returned from Late, Ark ; , where she visited her parents, Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Caldwell. L. E. Vandlford returned last night from several days trip to soutlsern points of Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ingram, of 23, mo City where he will assist in an vangelistlc meeting as director of he music. He was a schoolmate of Ir. lane In New Orleans.. Delma Gravettt, who ma- ricuUted at the University of A!a- iRrna; has returned home. She will o back' to school at Tuscalooss for he second term. Arthur Patton, wf.o has be;n attending to business in Memphis, h»s returned home. Mrs.'E". C. Patton and Mrs. W. H.vMInyard are in Memphis today. Mrs. Robert Kilvington and daughter, Jane Evelyn, returned to their, homo in Memphis yesterday afternoon aflci spending ten days with' Mrs. Kilviiigton's parents, Mr. and'Mrs. Z. A. McQulstlon. . and Mrs. -W. Paul Marsh, accompanied by Mrs. I. O. Park- hilrst, were visitors In Memphis yesterday. ' "P. N. Luttrcll has returned from Memphis where he spent two days with his sons, Erman.-and-Bobbie, who nre employed there. Dr. Paul L. Tipion Is a busincEs visitor In Senath today. • '. Mrs. H. A.- Klcbitn ! nnd daughter, Miss Blo.'som, formerly of here and now of foew York' city, are visit- Ing Mr. and Mrs- Joe Kleban several days cnroutc to Starksvillc, as the guest of Miss Peggy Carl- Ing, Plggott, Mammoth Springs,' Miss Alberta Ross, wrlght. Ing. - --ector, Leaclwillc, Luxora, Mon- Misscs Ina Mac and Kitty Bell jette and Osceola, Ark., attended an Newman, accompanied by Earl | educational meeting at the Hotel Roderick of Lcachvllle, will go to Noble Tuesday evening Memphis tomorrow for "Hamlet," Ark-Mo Power Workers Attend Gathering Here One hundred and twenty em- ployes of the Arkansas-Missouri Power company and ten guests from Caruthersvllle, Sb:ele, Haytl, Portagevllle, Kcnnett, Campbell, Ironton Bismarck, Potosl, Poplar Bluff, Piedmont, Mo., and from Walnut Ridge, Pocahontas, Corn- "Public Utilities in Local Indus- ry" was the them? dlsctuscd by 0. y. Smith, a visitor, and other sub- eels taken up by those present were: "Artificial Ice Plant Engineering," B. A. Welsher of Poplar 31uff; "Banking and Flnanc.3," C. V. Scbaugh; "Privileges and Obligations", J. E. Thomas of Mammoth Springs; "Merchandizing," G. E. Hankins; "Complaint Handling," Miss., where they plan to spend the winter, to be given at the. auditorium." Miss Lillian Brlscoe, who will go to "Memphis tomorrow for "Hamlet," will remain for the weekend | 666 Relieves » Headaclie or Neuralgia In 30 minmtes, checks a Cold the tint day, and cheeks Malaria IB three days. 666 also in Tablets F. A. MCGREGOR TAXI At the Broadway Harbor Shop Night I'hone 738W Day Phone 1C Four women employes of ln« Caruthersvllle district- presented a 'skit" In one act and O. P. Moss, vie,? president »nd general manager, spoke briefly In closing the meeting. olds Checked lj 4JL By rapfcm npwizi ^^ ctnt*«*-j«itn*o«i OVEffW MILUOH JARS USEO YEARLY COLDS MAY DEVELOP INTO PNEUMONIA _Couglu from colds may lead to Beriou* trouble. You can elop them BOW with Creoniuhlon, an emulsified crwsole that is pleasant to take. Creomulsion is a medical discovery vith two-fold action; it soothes and tails tlie inflamed memliranes and >n< blbits gL k rm gronlli. Of ill known drugj crcoaole is recognized by high medical authorities •tone of the greatest healing agencies for coughs from colds and bronchial irritations. Creomulsion contains, in addition to crwsole, other healing elements which soothe ind heal lha inflamed merabranei and etop the Irritation, Willie the creosote goes on to the stomich, fo absorbed into tho blood, iltaclis the Hit of the trouble and checks the growth of the germs, Creomulsion is guaranteed satisfactory in the treatment of coughs from colds, bronchitis and minor forms of bronchial irrititlons, and is excellent for building up the system after coMs or flu. Money refunded if not relieved tfler taking accoidiug to directions. Alk your 'druggist, (aih.) CREOMULSION FOR THE COUGH FROM COLDS THA THANG ON Party Given. • Stunning baskets of rose dahlias and with merlgolds, roses, cosmos and zenias also used, the Noleii home was prettily decorated Wed'' nesday afternoon for the bn^', e party given by Mrs. E. R. Ma?' n In the auction bridge playc/.' v v the four tables of guests, :/• , { C. Ward won, n set oi bl? •' ,j! f ' toria vases for high score ' ,, ;,;„ cut prize, a dinner gone Mrs. O. P. Moss. ,,".'•in the delidotu went tc 'c lunch of mid the tal the OcW ;eU as favors emblematic o! : ,*.rk-M. 0 Woiurn'Employes , H »';e Meeting In,City '/ The woman's ; committee of the 'Arkansas Missouri Power company at tta Hotel Noble Tuesday flernoon for n constructive pro;ram contributed by employes of he various offices. Miss Hester Lcc Wilson, of .cachvlllc, gav? "A Cashier's Ten Commandments,"; Miss Lois Davis. of here, spoke on "Organization •uid Policies of the Woman's Com-' mittee." Evolution iii cooklr.g wns taken up by Mrs. C. D. Wills, home economist, and this was supplemented ftilh a talk on "Klectrlc FELT TOO TIRED TO SLEEP WELL Georgia Lady Stiys ; Shc Was Week and Nervous.—Took Cai'dui, Improved. BLACKSHEAR. OA.—Mrs. L. 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