The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 27, 1930
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVH-LE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1930 Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Since Ihls is- a winter of more delicacy nnd c!og«nce, ii packet of .^Society Calendar .; Professional Women's club will j htive o Hallowe'en p»'rty at the Woj man's club tonight. Kit. C. R. Babcock l£ having tlie Farm Women Tuesday dub. Make flans. The Tuesday Luncheon, club Is prize winners In the picture con- 8«etlng with/Mrs. Henry Hum- test of Uie county council of farm Bits of News Mostly Persona! . ttle colored sachet pillows would and Rlplcy, Tenn., was Ihe guest of | moke a nice ChrMmas gift 'Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Morris for /he week-end. '• - : I J. A. Ba=5 and daughter! Mlsa Mary Lynn, accompanied, by ihfii guest, Nliss Elizabeth Bass, of Chicago, were Memphis visitor's Satlrr- ' ''"''' phreys. Wed neaday Tftere will br a benefit card party «t the homo' of Mrs. 'Joe Isaacs lor 'the Jewish Ladles Aid society. The Business and Professional Women club. will' have a banquet meeting at the Goff Hotel. The William Strong chapter of the ID. A. R. is having a benefit btWge party 'St. the home of Mis. P?f P, Jacobs, at Grlder. JJrs. Famsirorth Black Is having the Wednesday Bridge dub. The woman's missionary society of,_the First- Meyiodbt church will have its annual dollar social at : the hocne of Mrs. U. S. Branson. ' JIV Thursday •Mrs. J. A. Leech is having the Thursday club. •airs. Crawford Greene tile Young Matrons Bridge club, •The Glnd '.Girls' Sunday school ctiss of the First Baptist church •sill have a meeting at the home of Miss Winnie Phillips. '-: . ^ Friday !£hc f Intermediate and Senior Christian Endeavor societies of the Presbyterian church will have aHKallowe'en party; In (he social rgoms of the church. ?rhe Euzelian 1 Sunday school class of'^the First Baptist church will ' ' women meeting licre Saturday Waller Green attended the footwere: Mrs. Walter Wood of I,ux- ball 6«">e in Memphis yesterday, ora, first, and Mrs. M. A. Mlddlj-' Mrs. Hugh Sullivan returned to day, ton of Stillman, second. her (home In Memphis yesterday The 15 officers of Women's cluos after spending Ihree days. with her throughout Mississippi county were sister, Mrs. J. If. Roberts,' and fam- guesls of tlie Perry club mcmbcr.i i'.v. for a spaghetti dinner at the Wo- : Tom Wraight and Sam Laudrum man's club. . j were visitors In Jcnesboro. Sunday. Tlie making a! inexpensive . Raymond and Bcliile Faucctt mo- Christmas gifts, plans for carrying ] toied to Bcrtran, Mo., Suuday for out the farm woman's goal-for ' , the day. and the picture conlcst occupied ; Ml . nmj Mrs . victor . oUom • of (he members. Tho goal is that nil ] Memphis who formerly lived here pantry shelves exhibits will lie In i Bpe i u tnc WC ck-cml with Mr, 'niid exhibit Jars -lor, ,the 1331 county | Mrs. J. H. Roberts/- and ,/a'mily. Ifllr. ' "' ' t Mrc Qr\hnr + c on/1 -\frt:' •' /*>^Xiil~ „£„ Mrs. Waller Wcod, of Luxora, will be hostess lo the club at the next mcellng on November 22. Smith-Fanls. The marriage of Miss Joy M. Far- rlsrls and Mr. Finticls Smith, both of Braggadocio, Mo., toak place Mrs sisters. and -Mrs',: ' Odoin arc . Urs. Carl and Edna. Nlcs motored to Helena lor the weekend where they were guests ot Dr. and Mrsr. L. G. Bell. They were accompanied by Mrs J. Liwls Cherry who visited her parents. Miss Mary Grace Hill returned here Saturday with the Rev. A. J. j to Columbus, Miss., Sunday 1 'alter hjye a Hallowe'en party 'at church. the Blomeyer rand L. S. Wood :: ; Wed Last Year '•The marriage of Miss Edson .Btoineyer, eldest daughter of Mr. ailrl Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer, nnd Mr. LI". Sterling Wood,' which took place December 20, was anounced today b'J>;the parents "of Mrs. Wood. Justice Crawford performed the ceremony at HarrUburg, Ark. . ^gor the present the bride will continue to make, her home with her parents but Mr. and Mrs. Wood phin to live in-Memphls later. He isThow employed at Walnut Ridge. ',Kr. Wood, who is" the son of Mrs. Ir-Sterllng Wood and the late L. Sterling Wood, of Walnut Ridge, . \itf educated In that city. Until recently b; was connected with the R(x Pharmacy. Jfhe bride, who has lived in the city'for a number of years, is a pctiiilar member of the younger set. 'JfhilD n student of the city high school, from where she graduated this year, she was-active In scholastic activities.' Before coming here the Blouv?yers lived at Carulh- ersville, Mo., for 12 years. * - • . • • .A^jfational Speaker of Bosint-ss Women to Be Here. Hill performing the ceremony. . .Hut hcs-HcnsDii. • M!.« Kulh E. Benson and Mr. Wllllnin W. Hughes, both of Ironton, Mo., were married here Saturday by the Rev, W. J: LeHoy, pastor of Ihe^Lake Street Melhod- Ist church. • * » Ccok-Jackson. Miss Elsie Lee Jackson nnd Mr. John H. Cook, both of Manlln, were married there Saturday by Justice John U. Ncediiani. • * * Grarum-Kuskin. A marriage license was Issued Saturday to Miss Bobble Ruskln and Mr. Haskell Graham, both of Armorel. • • • File-Sanders. ,i ' Miss Sadie' Sanders/ of- Qooter, Mo., and Mr. Robert File, of HuII- niaii, obtained a marriage license here Saturday. Daughter Born Mr. and Mrs. T. M Yeakey, of Eatl Kentucky avenue, announce the birth of n daughter Ihls morning The eight and a half pound baby has been named Ada Jean Ycakey. spending several days with her parents, Dr. and Mrs .E. V. Hill. She Is a student at the Mississippi College for Women. '• Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fletcher, of Joiner, spent Sunday with Mrs. I. O. Westbrook, mother -of v Mrj. Fletcher. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Head, of Memphis, were guests of Mr. Wilson's mother yesterday. 'Dr. and Mrs. O. C. Bishop, of Caruthersville, were the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer Sunday. Carl Davis was a Paragotild visitor Sunday. Herman Peck spent Sunday in Commerce, Mo., willi friends. Misses Clara Simon, Elizabeth Sclinlfcr and Cella Forbas, of Memphis, were Blythevllte visitors Sunday. . R. N. Furrar hns returned ' Each one of the four or six lhat •ou Include'In the packet should be made of a different colored'taf- feta, salln .or organdie, to give a pleasing' rainbow effect!' Two rlleces of'material eight' by eight inches' are' required to make from Cisco, Texas, where slio' spent three' montlis In a sanitarium. She Is now:much Improved. • z Mr: and Mrs. Andrew' Davidson, ol Kcnnctt, Mo, .were visitors at Ihe Blylhcrtfc hcspital'-yeslerday. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Douglas and Mrj. Price Douglas, of Senath,-Mo., Visited here ycMertfay.-'"'- •• i- Mr. and Mrs. Tomrnle 8h«lton and daughter, of 'Memphis, are spending two weeks with relatives. Mrs. Joplln Hale, accompanied by Misses Mary Bowen-Cartwright and Louise Hale, of Osceola, shopped here Salurday. • ••' - ' Miss Catherine Cox, of Kelser, shopped In Blylhevllle Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White and sons spent Sunday' iu Paragbuld with relatives of Mrs. White.' Mrs. C. D. Wills, of Paragould, Is in the clly today. •• ' ' Mrs. Fred Patterson and daughter, Miss Lonetta, of Osceola, shopped In the city Saturday. Mrs. Earl Quhni and daughter, RIDGE J!Y WM. McKEN'N'EY A "culliid" parson wIlPffcMs ht "Sweclhoiu-ls For Sale". ;i j--Adv. dummy. If West discards the ace: Secretary American Bridge League 'of clubs, the nine becomes good In j The triple squeeze is raihcr rare dummy. If a diamonds Is discard- due to the fact that It Is hard to cd, the declarer will lead the ten;! recognize. An Interesting example of diamonds from dummy overtak- 1 1 of this play came up in a recent Ing with the ace In his own hand, team ot four, duplicate match. _. . T he Bidding The hand was played at auction and North bought the contract at S | am hearts. Tlie contract bidding would bv> South one spade, West two clubs, C nn tc.r North four hearts, all pass. ' vowler atid all hie diamonds arc good. v/ith the aid of the triple squeeze, lhc a cclar) , r nas ma(ta a smal | YOU SAVf IN BUYING KC BAKING POWDER WEST NOKTH 8-7' ll-A-K-9-8-6-5-4- rAST H-7 D-K-J- 8r.T. SOUTH—OEAUH H— tt'.J . Miss Florin ne, guests of Mr. of Osceola, and Mrs. were Virgil Oreene and family Saturday. Mrs. Robert Kilvington • arid daughter, Jane Evelyn, of Memphis, arrived yesterday to spend two weeks wilh Mrs. Kllvington'is^ parents, Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. McQuls- has gone to Columbia, Tenn., for the wedding of her sister to take place'tomorrow. J. Y. Turner, well known planter who usually spends much of his time in Jonesboro, is making his liome at the Hotel Noble while attending lo his farming Interests in this vicinity. tion. Miss Lula Scott Mrs, M. A. Barnes has lo Represents Arkansas at Tree Planting Osceola for a visit .with herdayigh- tcr, Mrs. Ned Ayres, and family. Charles Gross, of Memphis, Is Ihe guest of Miss Pauline Lang. Joe Applebaum motored to Jonesboro Sunday. • Misses Gladys Robertson n n d icrtie Thompson motored to Mcm- lils Sunday afternoon. Among those who attended the lowing of Hamlet In Memphis rlday night were: Misses Frances Illlei, Carolyn Hall, Alberta Ellitt and Tom Secoy, Max Logan nd Don Smith. George Barnes, of Whltehav COLUMBIA, Mo.— Vivlnn Dllla- hunty of Blytheville R student in tiie University of Missouri, recently represented Arkansas at the planting of raveriil memorial trees on the University campus by tlie American War Mothers of Missouri. Soil from the campuses of almost •Miss Lutie E. Stearns of Milwau- all other state universities in tlie "'•"' "' '"' *" '"""' - who is a member of the Speakers Bureau 1 of the -National Federation of Business and Professional Women's'club, will be the principal speaker at a banquet' Wednesday evening al the Goff ho- tei/Y flhche Causes of Failures of Business and Professional Women" will terher subject. All business women ofT'the city are invited to attend the.gathering, sponsored by tne lo- caK'Business and Professional Wo- cfijb's club., ' Art-Class Meets. •Members ol the 8B2 Art class of J(uSor high school arc studying faming masters in a series of pro grams. At the progrdm Friday. Ma\ Vfgfson, J. Mell Brooks -jr., Marj Spain Usrcy, Anna Margaret Dent Jean Armantrout and Frances Hal latia took part in the discussions. To Have Btnelit Farty Wednesday. [The Jewish Ladies Aid societ •will have a tenefll card parly Wei nesday evening at Ihe home of Mi J^e"; Isaacs when bridge and olrie games will be played. '•Tjiere are to be prizes for everj' table. : _~- * • * Enroulc }Iomc Kf»ni [Europe. • -Mjrs. William Lang, who has be en vlslling in Europe since July 15, is euroute to New York having sailed October 22 on the S. S. Majestic. . Stl^ will be in New York and Dc- tijblt before returning home November 15. v While abroad she lias been in Ppland, Switzerland, France. Austria and other'countries cf that part cf Europe where she has numerous relatives. : Since first coming to the United Slates about 25 years ago she lias made several visits lo her native home. nltert Statos and from foreign un- crsities and the battle fields of ranee was placed about the base f the trees by young woman slu- .enls in ihe University, who reprc- entcd the forty-eight states, Hi>- •ali and the District of Columbia. One hundred eleven University of Ulssouri students w;ve killed iu the Vorld Whr, Hospital Notes Patients admitted to the Blythc- vllle hospital: C. E. Browning S^nath, Mo., Gtis Chitwood, city C. C. Breeden, city, was dismissed Are you disappointed in love Go to "Sweethearts For Sile" am learn forty ways of "handling th situation". —Ad 1 and sew together, seaming the outside ill over and over stitch, as tine as possible. If you aru vary ambitious,: you cnn do a quilted ttar on "each, or some other design, by using matching silk In-a'running stitch. 'It is not necessary, however, If you-'put a single stitch through the very ceiilor cf each pillow to hold the cotton and sachet In place. C-J.9-8 The Thy cue of Ihe new big squar.e sache pillows. Cut two squares of. sheet cotton slightly smaller in dimensions so that when hems aro taken off the silk, the cotton will fit iu neatly. Press small hems in around both pieces of silk, and spread a thick layer of the tuchet between the two layers of cotton. Fitting • them neatly on one side of the sachet .__ __ __, pillow, place the other side on top of .the* opponents'followed with a - Wins With Yodeling, Dancing COOTER, Mr.—Eddy Crice jr., age 8, Is an unusual singer, dancer nnd-ycdeler for his age. As a -Jaiic- jer he lias \yon first prize In sev- .' eral stock company shows, in a manner that received tlie applause of the audiences, and Sas appear- j'cd on a stage In Dotroll. ' > . ' . : He'.is 1 , attracting wide'attention jas:a singer and ycdeler and Is un- i-der ;Hib. lutorship of Mrs. John' li. . Priest,"-.a 'prominent music director , o'f Blythevllle. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs! Edd Cricc, sr., of Coat?r, You jave in using KC. UK LESS thenol hijh priced brands. FOROViR East opens the ten of clubs, the and is In U~e fifth grade in the 1 top of his partner's suit, dummy '• local public school. covers with the jack, Wett win-!— -- nlng th,;'trlcl} with the mieen. The club is returned by''North, Ihe leads the Jour of hearts which is J won by the dummy's' jack. As each IT'S DOU»Lt ACT1NO MIUl'.ONSOF POUNDS ;VSED BV OUR GOVERNMENT by West and' declarer. North r : "^ Has Your Back Given Out? TWAIN GROUP PICK TRIO PARIS, Oct. IUP) — The Mark Twain Academy, a literary organl; Cooter Pastor Returned by Methodist Conference COOTEK, Mo.—The Rev. P. L. 1st church, returned liome from St. Pritchard. pastor of Cooter Method- Louis where he has been lor' the past week in attendance at tlie nri- nual conference for the St. Louis ration formed by the heirs of Sam-1 district. As was generally expected uel Clemens,, has 'selected three I Mr. Pritchard was returned to this French writers' to sit in the Academy. The selection fell upon Paul Olaudel, French Ambassador lo the pastorate lor his second year---a laci which Is very pleasing to ihe churches he serves. He states that United States; Arnold Galopln, year: Fourth Sunday, morning and novelist; and Tristan ^Bernard. ,jevening at Cooter; First Sunday, '• : he will hold services the same last The lowest temperature obtained 'moming and evening at Oak Ridge; through laboratory experiments is (Second Sunday, morning and eve- 458.58 degrees below zero, Fahren-. ning at, Coltonwood Point; _ Tr.ircy hell. It was accomplished by Prof. I Sunday morning and • evening • at W. K, Keesom, of the University • Marvis. .' = ,:• of Leyden, Netherlands. ilead.pourier.News Want Ads. hearf, the quteii is led from dummy..and overtaken by the declarer with the. king. East discarding a sina'll club. NoVth continues his barrage of hearts, and the trouble starts in tho' East and West camps. On the ace - of hearts, East discards the seven of diamonds,. dummy the deuce of spades, West feels at ease and discards & club. Three more rounds of h«arls arc taken by tlie declarer, East discarding the eight of diamonds nn the four and rive of spades, dummy discarding the three and live of diamonds, West dlicarding two clubs and the four of diamonds. TlM declarer continues with his last heart, the five spot, and the triple squeeze play starts lo work. East cannot discard the six of spades or the spades will be :i?l in duinmy, therefore must bear down lo iiis king of diamonds by discarding the jack. Dummy now lets, go. liie ten of spades, West cannot discard his ace of clubs, therefore dkcards the nine of spades. Declarer leads i ho EDven of spades, winning in the dummy with the king, West following with the queen. The finishing touches ot the triple squeeze are now made by the lead of the ace of spades from j The population •1,390,220. . of Ireland is AFTER EATING Lady Began Taking Hlack- Uraught — Reports She Is "So Much Hotter." Celebrate Birthday "Mrs. George Carter, of Luxora, was hostess, to members of her fajnlly for a dinner especially com pfimenttng Mr. Carter en his birthday, university, snib inb nib nib m clay anniversary. !Jrs. J. H. Roberts, of here, Mrs Victor Odom, and Mrs. Hugh Sulli- vari, of Memphis, his daughters, Mr. and Mrs. A. Kj Carter cf lie:3 and members of these families were included in those who enjoyed the delectable menu SPARTANBURG. S. C.—Thousands-of perscr,3 who have taken Thcdford's Black-Draught have had results as satisfactory as reported below by Mrs. S. B. Hcltel, of 127 Forest Street, this city. "Atcut Eiven years nso." writes Mrc. Hottel. "I was in a rather serious condition wit';i indigestion. After I would cat. I would have pains in my chest ar.d smolhc-ring. One day 1 stooped down target a itick cf v.uod and a p.iu struck me. This worried me. "I heard of Black-Dmifht and begara laking it. This trcuble my chest disappcaicd-ihe p.iin left me. 1 am so much better "Since lhat time, if I eat anything that doesn't stem to agree n-ilh me, I can take .1 tniall dase of Black-Dravreht ar.d 1 get all light." Thousands of poo-pit iiave ported thai BiaA-Draiuht has helped Ihem get our ir.ciisestion, •:onsltpal!on, biliousness, niid symptoms due to t!ie« disorders.' • Composed of purely vegetable' medicinal ingredients -in: from I powerful chemical dnijs. Having Members .of the Party Business and ' 'gee "Sweethearts For Sale" and fodk successful ways of sweetheart- fl' ' an Urban Luxury Only a fr\v years ago electric service was considered ;t luxury iiviiilnblc only to tlie city dweller. Today ever 600,000 farms in the United States are elcctrilicd. Tin; lias re.-nille.i in a number of things. • First, housekeeping on tliesc fauns has become ns comfortable, convenient and free from drudgery as housekeeping in the suburbs of any large city. They •can .have the best of artificial lighting, electric re- 'fngenilion, tlectric cooking, running water, electric washers for clothes and for dishes, and all the other appliances which will do. mechanically all of the ordinary household tasks. Second, it has turned the modem farm into an industrial enterprise operated on the saino principles of efficiency as any manufacturing wtablislimcnl, reducing th; man-power rc(|tijml ami increasing its prosperity. ' . Third, the extension of power linos to reach .tljcsc farms has improved 1 the service to small, rural co'th- UHtnitk's, bringing to them a variety <>f indu.-trics, iiii'reasing the population and providing the fanijer with an expanding local market—always more profitable ll.iin a distant market. Today, rural electrification is reaixing first consideration by th? light and power inciintry and, piORU'sses, the whole nation, as well a-i, the-farmer will he benefit-XL ' ., .' - y ' Arkansas-Missouri Power Co. "At Your Service" Bnekochc Often Warns of Disordered Kidneys. Jf miserable with backache, bladder irritations and getting up at night.don't take chances! Help ycur kidneys at the first signofdisorde.r.UscD0an'sPi!!s. Successful for more than 50 years. Endorsed by hundreds of thousands of grateful users. Get Doan's today. Sold by deal- L ers everywhere. 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