The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 20, 1931 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 20, 1931
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1081 •RLYTHEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREt'' Senioi Follies Make Bow 'Before Largo Audience The anmnl senior Vclli'-s of Mi? cMy high school was pre'enled (o a Isige aiid!;nce at the eltv auditorium Thurs-Jay evening. The sh-w will 1>? repeated tonight at 3; o'clcci:. With the theme cf a short play "My DIx'.? Rose" as the feature ol the production pretty chorus girls and children added nn Interw.linct note. The leadlni; rolei weii^-tak- en toy Miss's Mirl-rie Martin. Caio'.vn Hail, Char-line Robinson, WiKdrow Ffcher. ll"n(lel St.?i>hru, RA N'els-m jr.. Bob Hums nnd l.O. \V'-tbrcok. i I:-, the chorus "My Baby Just | Cr.rf-n p. r Me" there was Anna, MsirKaret Dent. Jar-.? Hcllipeter, | Jdmlc Wren Dlllrhun'y. Rebecca Gillesple, Mary Spain. Isabel; Bran-Tn Dola Harwell. -Jane: Kcchtttzky, Margaret Shaver,, Freda Secoy awl Clara Louise 1 D:,vis. ( Fqr the "Stomp of the Campus" • th-i costumes were bra:h pajamas' wnn by Mi?ses Margaret Mllr.T. Olhus Bracken. Jcss!e Lw Eivjland Manila Reynolds. Eiiaibelh Martil:, Margaret and Marjcrlc Stewart S«'^ Nutt. Orine Hutcliins nnd Vir- Blnin Terry. This number -.vis featured v.'ith Jam^s D">wnin-s Ringing the solo part. The same ^frcup san'! "I'm Alone Because I Lovo You" with bouffant organdie frr,-ks. In pastel shades, addiny to the -lumber. ; Pink rosebuds in the rose garden seen" were 23 little girls, appropriately dressed. ! Ai specialties Miss Jaue Knch-! litzky danced as a Gypsy ma'.r'cn, i Arkansas 4-H Delegates and Mrs. Dan Cotton In Dycrsburg, Teiin.. this week. Mesdames W. E. Hunt. P. 1>. Jacobs and Georye Eclrlmjion are in i Memphis today, where they broacl- |caU«i on Die Hu:i:e Makers' 'over radio station WHEC this : inernlng. i Mrs. S. I,, ttlarlish ,n:d Mrs. C. L. Drake spout Wcdiuwlay In Memphis. Mis. Godfrey Wiiite and Mbs Rore White of Ojcrola. accompanied by Mrs. A. Cunwf.y of niytiw- vilie, spent TiHiloy shipping In Memphis. farm Imnliy. The meeting is cuenll to everyone mid It Is expected tliat i many Indies will be Interested In UK- Heine Garden talk' by Mr.! Nlven. .Fanners in Food and Feed Growing Classes WILSON'. Ark. — E. Y. Filch Teacher of Vocational Agriculture, | in tiie Wllpoii Schools Is holding | rnn , Eu'iniV{ Clares for Adult Farmers ; f UR fit Wilson and Kuwait. Two nlghlsj i-.ich week are held at] rtcwah and two nights at Wilson, i Ab:ut fitly farmers nre enrolled I't tw : - vo phots. .The subjects , that thcr.* n:cn arc studying are : Feed and Fo:<l crops. Cash crops, vlll be studied after some time! has been s|»nt on Feed and TooJ. | i iv'l'i'i. :i.Mi'.-lv jifty farmers ill-j : tended the meeting held at Etowah ' Tvnsdnv whui A. S. ScantlhiK of; the Bee Hive Pedigreed Alfnlfft j : nl ur we:'.: Association gave a demonstration of determining the advisability of growing alfalfa on lauds tn this community- E. Y. j-.i.ji 1 . U-d the I'roup last night at Wilson In a discussion of coring for the Home Orchard. Kansas Awards Title Of State Wheat King; MANHATTAN, K;\n., lUI'i — j Kansas, champion wheat s'.-.ite ot' the imtlon, lias conferred the tltli- 1 of "Wheat Kins' on Arthur J.; White, CoMwatcr, Knn. White rc-| cclvetl WW in ru*h nnil n silver trophy Guy D.' Jcssernnd. Copland.: Kan., was nwairicd i.?cond place and third pil^e was given to E. II.; HoUB^un. Little River. Kun. , While von over champions from ] 42 slate counties. Although his averni'.c wheat yield, 10.53 bushels j per acre, wns not the highest, It: was exlraoiillmu-y conslderhHj the. lyiK of land. ..THIN.. GROWING GIRLS Tulsa, Okh,- "1 look 13 r. Pimc's Favorite Prescription wlici" a t'irl just ! KrinvinK into I womanhood and ' [omul it so very j beneficial that 1 can recommend it to any youtiK Edrle Bell. Pine Bluff, Jefferson tlate cliamplonships. \Vadc airJ solo dance and Ernes'. Jones sun: "Beyond the Blue Horizon- Miss Betty I-ee McCutchen did n! county: Noll Hcgj. Lisbon. Unicn • Gniland Wow) of Pulaski county j county; Clem Wyers, Paris, Logan | won the national dairy dcmcnstr?.- • county; and Garner Smith. Swe;t : lion contest, and Dorothy Butler I Home, Pulaski county, will rcpre- ! of Dallas county tied for natl-j-ial font Arkansas at the 5th National . honors in judging canned fcods at 4-H Club Camp next June at. War*h- i the Chicago National Club Ccn- ington. U. C. Edrle is a G-yeai 'gress. Clitrord —uinn, club member, Nell a 5-year mem- ; county, \ven ths state clnmpion- |b;?r. Clem a B-year member, ami .ship In com club work; Earl Jam?s. ! Garner a 5-ycar member. Th is ' Pulaski county, won honors in cnt- Sleelc Society—Personal Wednesday nlnlu. Feb. 25lh, at 7:15 Mr. b. A. Nis'cn, Associate Editor of the I'robrcsslva Furmcr. will discuss the planting of home Garden as a means ot feeding the eak-, pale and tltiu. My mother K ave me Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription and I grew strong, liaincd weight and developed naturally/' ... —Mrs. Kllzabcth SVallacc, 223 E. Newton Place. All diuj-gists. Fluid or tablets. S..J !0< I. I)r. r.irf.'. IB U.filo, M. Y., far • Itltl r^l< *f lb* Iftbbu. Miss Ruth Harper was returned to her home near here Wertncsdav ond is nmch improved. She has Ixen at t^e honv of Mrs. Ruth LRV-'lvrn £VKe 5h" wni inufed in an autnuTnbil 0 accident Inst Thurs- dav nii^ht. Lne Edward Pfeffer and HOT-T Camel who were also injure*! in the accident are imnrov- cd and h^v" returned to their hfmc at ^Ticoli. Mr. and Mrs. A. n. Bi-ckhnm, Mr. oharles, McClard and Miss Elva Wnlk.^r of Center were vist'rs he-" Sunday afternoon. .Ms R. L. Robinson and children s-v;nt Saturdav nishl wilh Mr. incl Mrs. Walker Prince at Cnruthers- award is mnde en all-round club ton club '.vork; L. N. Woa:lle. White work including leadership ability, county. |>otato club; Hugh E. Tay- j production, and conservation rec- lor, sweet potato; BerlSa Hambu- rd, and general interest taken in chen. Bardening; Iva Harkness. 1! club activities in their county [poultry; Johnson Oglejby. Pulaski nd stnEo. ' coimcy, dairy; Bill Eriviti. Nevada These are four of tho 20 mem-1 county, kig club; James Robinson. ters of the Arkansas 4-H ClubJBoone county, baby bsef c!ub; Eula Honor Roll for 1930. Others include i Lee McDonald, Pulaski county, vinners of three national cham- ' clothing; and Agnes Stewart, S2- plonships and the rest have won ! tastlfin county, room improvement. /. ; ljh' |P ELOTE GROCERY and MARKET Phone 177 We Deliver 122 W. Main BANANAS I'ound Anderson Gates and lers end Miss Edwards id nntl ^Tr. and Mrs. Dan Ktcele werft pnests of AVr?. Al^ 1 ' prtfscra aryJiflaushler, Sunday aft ern-rn. ' '- '"- PmnS and Rcy Harner returne' Krirlav fro^ St. LOP'S wherp the 1 haj'e teen for the past f.?w days on tartness. Oi'it.i a number o' friends -nv relatives from this citv attendei t*-:- 1 funeral services of Grandm Stephens at Oaruthersville, Sun- Mrs. S. L. Robimon ?.nd children accompanied W. R. Robins'n and E^tio to Savannah. Tcnn. ^fondav. where they will visit for a short tin-. '. Mr. nnd Mrs. David Speimr and children spent Snndav with Mrs. Ri-cncor's naren's. Mr. and Mrs- C^^rVv Kinp of Denton. Mrs. W. T. Bqllev rntcrtiined witlT a siv o'clock riinr.?r at the home la^t Wednesday evening. After n deliciii:s riinnnr was serv- rrl the pi:ESfs onioycd cards and tiercine until a late hour. Hov Harper of St. L-ouis wlio is visitin? his parents, here and Dewart S;nith. Misses Sina Dupai and Ruth Will attended th> bal frame nt Caruthcrbville Mondai evening. Mr. and Mrs Abn?r Ashcraft and little Miss Martha Wilford Grissom nictored ti Caruthcrsville. Monda Miss Ruth Lawhcrn cntorlaincd a nrmber of her friends Satur flvcnins at her home en Walmi Jffc. Cards and dnncini entflr Allied l*ic puests until a late, hou when de'ieioiis refitments wer served. The guesL list included Misses a^lvn Franks. Ruth a Kathle;n Harper. Irene anS Eu nice Gtithrle and Messrs. Jac Henlev. Herl-^rt Hudeens. Leonar Oassldnv. Frank llarp?r and Ai thur Earls. Havborn Overturf of St. Loni will spend the week end with h : parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Over turf of this city. • Mr. and Mrs. Newbcrry Johnso have moved to their town residenc from the farm. Mrs. Sims Michie sp-:nt lasl wee end with Ixr Aunt In St. Louis. . Mrs- Franklin Michie spent la week end wilh relatives in Men phis. Mr. J. C. Powers was Carrie back to Campbell's Clinic in M3n phis vestcrday in si German TJn rterlakin? Co., ambulance, whc he will have the cast removal fro his side. Mr. Power.? slipped n fell f-a the ice about two montl aaio. breaking his hip. Mrs. Albert Lipscomh, Mrs. Ve ndi> Wells Mrs Sidney Upscom and Mrs. Orvill Pritchard we hostesses to a family reunion ar birthday party given in honor Mr. Albert Llpscomb. on Februa llth the rccaslon bsing Mr. Li scomb's 57th birthday. Tlie hon was beautifully decorated for t affair. A husc birthday cake wl Bardies formed the <v;nte.rplecc f i' h < taMe laden with food. T f "«t list included relatives and J CUi ro^ friends: Mr. and Mrs. V- Wells and family; Mrs- Edi Pritchard and children; Mr. and, session, paid their forfeit with ai Mrs. Sidney Lipjcomb and son; | George Washington parly at th: Mrs. Abb Bo-ne, Mrs. Frank Wea-ihome of Mrs. \V. B. Ptarmigan, vcr, Mrs. John Brown. Mrs. H. R. Mrs. Flannlgan was assisted in re- Alerander. Mis. Myrtle. Pritchard., ceiving by. Miss Martha Welhnan M Chas. Lumbley: Misses Elb and and Mrs. Joe Rhodes. Her spacious Brooky Gibson, Mrs. Leon Earls. i lome was artistically decorated ir Mrs. Cha.s. Scuthern and Miss flngs atl(1 ol i, cr decorations emble- rvelvn Franks were present. imatic of ths holiday. The Baptist parsonage at Cooler; Twenty -two young people wcri \vas the scene of much —• "-' ' vrciay night when the r. U. entertained abo' 5-c.uns poop'o with a Valentine, ^^ Tay , or . f ^^ g( ^ r"vL- ^," nnH mnr^t. Re- boys'class. ard promoter of the pro- which won the party for the . MUSTARD GREENS I'ound 5c SPINACH Pound BELL PEPPERS "I'bund 12k uch gi'aty Sal-1 nt and ^ DeA ° in delightful ie Senior BY., ^ , following which out tw-enly flv= ^^ rcfKreshracn ^ ;v£re serve3. Head - tea. cheese and candy hearts »°>' 5 - fa °? erin " » tri P f,° st ' ^iM late hour. The to a w o rl d series baseball game tins j fres'nments 'of hot sandwiches, cake ar were served at a ....^ ..^ — :clor scheme of pink and white '"" ^ ™ tadu-ement for nitond- R-as carried out in the decoration ance and general class work, to the and refreshments. - j 130 ? 3 winning the greatest number Tne Cooter Epworth League en- of points, rtained . with a bon fire party .... nd shower. Friday evening, hon- Twenty-three small friends of I •ing Mr. and Mrs. Jc,3 Gllmer. 1 Jlmmle Cartwright, five-year-old TS. Giliner U Superintendent of] son of Mr. and Mrs. James Gart- ic second department in the wright jr., showered him with gifts ague. The gifts which were plac-iand joined in celebrating his-birth- I in n wagon draped with red j day at a delightful afternoon party >aty?r. were pnHetl into the-given by GRAPE FRUIT Each POTATOES Peck 27c POTATOES In Cloth Bates. I'etk 40c •cpe pary?r. icm by little dene Pritchard ann • ;w;ll Re.=d. Refreshmenls of hit I :ft"e and ca!<e were served at a ; .15 hour. • •! Qsceola rietv••- Personal his mother at thpir home 1 5t or Osccola. Ben Butler jr., and Mary Calner- line Hose won prizes ofTered hi the I ever popular donkey tail contest 1 and i numerous other games were \ r-njoyed. Favors were miniature boxes of candy fashioned from the ! proverbial cherry tree trunk and | . decorated with motifs associated I I with George Washington's birthday and refreshments consisted o' brick, ice cream in colors of the resent were Mr. and Mrs. Roland rcen of Dlythcville, and Russtsb;- !t!es the club membci? were Dr. nd Mrs. W. J. Sheddan and Mr. nd Mrs. Stanley Carpenter. Washington's birthday tally cards, score pads and pencils were cay vith colors of red. white and blue \nd early spring flowers were employed tn the decorations. Delicious refreshments were served in two courses and high score club prizes were awarded Mrs. Joe j riires. Mrs. Jesse Brown and Ben 3utler Hieh score guest priz-? went to Dr. and" Mrs. W. J. Sheddan and Mrs. Stanley Carpenter. Tlie girls of the young people's department of the Methodist Sunday school, wh olost to the boy.- classes in the sanis department in a contest (o see which ones would produce the better devotional program at a given Sunday morning "Nervous Headaches Go In Few Minutes! Dipudinc makes quick work of headaches due to nerves, eye strain and high-pressure work—in fact any kind of Being liquid, it acts in oac- third the time required by other forms. No harmful drugs. Approved by druggists everywhere. Forlhc aRonyol neuritis and neuralgia, too.nothing so good, ice. joe, Coc bottles r,t all drag stores Or by the dose at soda fountains. HICKf SAME PRICE fflLK. EGGS 3 TaJl or 6 Small Cans 25c •1 Dozen Limit Dozen lOc FLOUR I'lum Good 21-Lb. Sack 65c MEAL Ilest Cream 2J-l.b. Sack COFFEE Canova Pound 31c COFFEE M;tswell House I'ound 33c SALMON. Chum Can lOc SOAP Grandma's White Naptha 10 Bars 29c PORK CHOPS Pound 15c SHOULDER Half, Lb. 13c Whole Pound STEW MEAT ' Pound BEEF ROAST K. C. Chuck Pound STEAKS K. C. Any Cut Pound liatinff Hours Saturday A'f.<//«/- 9:30. Other Days 6 O'clock Bargains for Saturday and Monday '••B C FIG CAKES CIIOC-0-LKTTKS ,,27 CRACKERS !-U, Carto, 15' o 71 P. & G- Limit with Other Groceries tSMBEHSB'-IDICi MEAL 44 C 2I-U>. Sttck ^TC K1DNKY 1IEANS Joan of Arc HIM. of Arc OOC ;! Cnns LL COFFEE 8 Lbs. Guaranteed Fresh Country (Not Sold for Resale) COCOA 2-LI). liox W PRUNES I/trgc .1 Lbs. riNKAI'I'LE '' Libby's O/IC No. 2'/ 2 Can LI PICKI.ES Sweet or Sw. Mixed niC (it. »lc; Sour or Hill, Qt. LL Floridas p ec k 39c Sweet and luicy , Average 8c io 14c Doz. Pound J 3 C CABBAGE, ^jrg APPLES Rome Ucauty. Box OQC Frn;i. 1)07. 1*3 C 1 Ltu'Kc. Each ONIONS Yellow Spanish 1AC s. 1U 5 Lbs. No. 1 Red Triumph APPLES lOc BEL PEPPERS TANGERINES Sweet ''1O1C 1 Doz. LL LEMONS ' liOO's Doz. I-IVfJC Sivcet Juicy SforlOc CARROTS Hunch 5 C SPINACH 710 Lb. I 2 R° me Beauty. Cook- ore ing. 4 Lbs. £ CALLORDS n ,,n«h 9 C Fresh Picnic We Have Plenty of Them Ib. lOc VEAL CUTLETS Pound 18c VEAL CHOPS Pound 15c PURE LARD Hring Your Bucket Limit 8 Lbs. Pound lOc PURE LARD S-Lb. Bucket 98c Pound 22c Hams to^£ t 25cSFish,Cat > lb.25c Liver, Fresh Pig ••"•H* Salt Heat alfe| Pigs Feet ajmnvin; : f «7sgirrc5gaargrr.«« 'am wurwaSssmmaamaniKffizm Sausage nM * fm Pork Pound 121c DON'T WAIT UNTIL THE LAST DAY You Have Less Than a Month's Time in Which to File Your Income Tax Return W. J. PECK AUDITING COMPANY Accountants and Tax Experts ,T. T. I'.-itmor Phone 52 J. F. Lcnti Glcnco* Hotel Roast Beef Pound 15c Roast "lir° r 15c i. 125e Compound ll'c

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