The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 31, 1930
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P_R1DAY, OCTOBER 31. 1030 BLYTHEVILLK. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News o Society Calendar , Belles an<* Beaux Saturday Mrs. \V. C. Wall is having a pi> ty at her home at Armorel. Mrs. Chester Caldwell is c-iucr- tainlnjj with 11 party. Tile Children cf Confederacy will meet with Miss Marjorlc Martin in 2:30 o'clock when Miss Sunshine ACansj v.-i!', also be hostfcs. Entertains Club. Mrs. Cecil Shane was hosier Thursday to the members uf thi 1 Mid-Week Bridge club and -n guest, Dr. Susiin P. Laird, of Chicago, who Is the honEcgticst o! M.-. and Mrs. A. B. Fnlrfleld. Tlie centerpiece for Die luncheon table was a low bov;l of chrysanthemums also seen in other v- tradtlvet arrangements. AJler t -,e npjwtlzing two course nwnii brkl^j was played. Mrs. II. A. Smith received pillow cases lor the prize. 4-H Club Formed. A 4-H club was formed in the Junior high school today will! these officers: Lucile Tyrone, president; Marie Collier, vice president; Miry Kinningham, secretary; Susie Richards, treasurer; Flora Homklns. reporter; Miss Mary Cummlngs, sponsor. The winter activities will be car ried out according to' (he plans at the organization. There ore 13 charter members. Have Ghost Party., Distinguishing the ghosts at. the Wonder. Sunday school class parly last night at t!ie Lake Street. Mc!h- odist chr.rch was the outstanding feature of the affair, attended by 80 men and women. The women were hostesses. Everyone went dressed as ghosts and in the Who's Who contest HD- mer Davis won the prize. Adrian Church received the prize for bobbing the most apples and in the foot race Mrs. George Shanks was winner. Fortune telling also added a Hallowe'en note. Pie and coffee was served. Club Meets. Mrs. Crawford Greene was hostess to the Young Matrons Bdtiit club Thursday afternoon. Rases and chrysanthemums afforded pret- tv decorations. In the interesting games Mrs. Victor Bray was winner of a picture. Her refreshments were a frozen salad, nut bread sandwiches, cake and hot chocolate. ' His Birthday Party Fifteen neighborhood friends of Joe Evrard helped him to celebrate his sixth birthday with a Halla- wc'eu party Wednesday afternoon at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs Marcus Evrard. After playing yard games the children were invited in the din- Ing rcom for refreshments of ice cream and cake. Tlie centerpiece for the table was the lighted cake and a Jack O'Lantern and the cover was orange with black cats scattered over it. Horns and Hallo- we'en hats made appropriate souvenirs. * • * Entertain Caruthrrsville, Mo. Christian Church Women Mrs. J. D. Smith was hostess to 1C members of the Caruthersvilie, Mo., Ladies Aid Society of the First I Christian church for an all day | party Thursday at her home. 1210J Holly street. She is a former member of this group. A delectable menu was served al the noon hour and most of the time tpent in talking with Mrs. Smith and in motoring over the citv. TIM women here from the Missouri city were: Mesdamcs C. G. Shepherd, Charles Watson, H. S- Smith, Floyd Nccly. Charles Neely. W. H. Mullinicks, Henry Cain, J. C. Hudspcth. Lexie Greshain. Tipton Davis, Will Medlin, Ed Davis. J. W. McOregory, A. D. Martin, A. B. Nevill, J c. Miflin. Mr. and Mrs. John Chapin and daughter, Carol, of here, were also guests. I. Have Ceremonial The first ceremonial of this! schccl year was held by the Campj Fire girls of the city high school i Thursday afterno->n at the home of i Miss Thehna Worthington.' ! The impressive program was con- cliKtid by Miss Adah H. Donoho.' sponsor of the group, when fourj new members were initiated. They! are: Misses Doris Douglas. Louis Dohvns. HUH, Rorie and Joyce Henley. Mrs nay Worthington assisted her daughter in serving dainty refreshments. • » 3 I'lans M.ifl c For Kani)net The Girl Scouts of Troop I had a business meeting Thursday afternoon when plans wer,? made for the banquet Saturday evening which will climax the observance of National Girt Sc0 ut week. A short program by the Oriole patrol was participated In by the following: reading. Pauline Fowler; talking contest, Martha Lee Hall and Anna Mae .Jones with Martha Lee Hall as the winner; humorous spwdies 'How i Make Good Grades." Margaret Shaver and MAKE IT YOURSELF. — Kelt Looks just like me. doesn't it? I am IJelly Lou Aukins, 17 months old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thnvm-in Adklns. Before my mo- tlvr married she was Miss Mamie Ilarnish anil I favor tali my inu- .:ie;- aiiil daddy. "Why 1 Oo Mcore- Out N'ighis," Mildred Nurses Given a Hallcue'en P,irty The student nurses of theville hospital weie .., guests for a Hallowe'en party given by Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Grimmstt, Dr. P. L. Husbands ami Mrs. W. S. [.2n«don at the Latigdon surlr.irban home on the Memphis highway, Thursday evening. The 27 present enjoyed the usual antics of this autumn holiday and later delicious salad, sandwiches and pumpkin pie was served. cards were In keeping. After lunch the ladles fewetl an:l (•Mulled. Included In the guests was Mrs. J. M. Crocked of Columbia, ilo.. who Is visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. George n. Crockett. Guests at Club Tarty. Miss Maiy Sattcrfiekl. of M?m- , phis, and Mrs. Ruth Mnlian were guests of Mrs. Byron Morse yes- u-iday when she nho entertained members of the 'Ihuisday Luncheon club. The smull luncheon tables ha:3 ctjiHerpicces of pink roses aK'l dahlias. After the appetizing meun was served the ' t fternoon was suent i'.i bridge will! Mrs. W. M. MtKenyip :i:id Mrs. Mahan winning pri/c-s' A CRlico pillow, Illled wilh soft Tin- guest award was a hcuxlker- down, can be the cat's meow of a • chief and the club prize hosiery. ! Christmas ylft for a child. . . .,„'** ! Vei 'y 8«xl quality calico cr gina- -<. \tsil Hi-re . || lnm s >, oll | d to UEKt cut in the T!:c members of the orchestra shape ol a cat's head and make from the Tupelo Military Institute big enough to serve as a little :'i rii|>?!-, Miis.. i will spend tlw slumber pillow for a child, weekend in this city having two en- , Tbe cycs arc m(Ulc by , |3 | ng lwo ....LementL m the coumy - black bll(tons> mvc( , on w , th Milton Wcnb, unc of the players, white or colored thread and the ! nose and mouth are outlined in 1 over and over slltch in black wool. The whiskers are the piece de resistance, made of black yarn, or black embroidery silk. They, hang in such a devastatlngly humorous manner! .Be sure dial this calico cat Is stuffed with down. An ordinary jdown slumber pillow can be stitched to n: perfectly, or the cars mav ; be stuffed separately, in which • case they are apL to move this way and tiiai quite independently of the head, which adds to the inter.<•« so far as a child is concerned. Snakes Overcome Their Inherent Animosity ELY. NYv.. lUl'J—An Inherent (minikin- cmial io that of n doi; and <MI lias apparently boon overcome 1)'. :i,(. mutual desire /or com- PAGE THREE BRIDGE ! encniY con'.' n i hln play >•, tuifi: In n ! tier ... tlcn ;•: . ii'iii perfectly happy mid •il us ihey bask In (ho suiy '[ a mercantile store's dis- •:dow. The snakes were cup'• .1 mining niitn nnd p!nci.-;l "inimj pens. Soon the ral- •••v«red n holo In tin- paru- it jnlncU his companion. lly W.M. K. MrKENNEY j With ^aiue |)ossibilitlcs not In i.M^t:t North, holding 150 noes, |Mi(nild endeavor Io secure the contract where these honors will count. to his opiKinenlx Into a lie can defeat. Dead Shiek's Horse Poison Plot Victim COUIMIIIA CITV. Ind., . (Ul'l- Lads .;i biurk nmre formerly owned In Iiii(l5i[)h Valentino, the late inovii- iiciw. has been brought to the I.U:n af Stephen Jones to pro- led livi from a i>olson plot, 'I in luir.-e |HK\ been trained to |!Crf>ii!ii and hnd been employed by Vni'-'r'.L.ic in sninc of his films. An atluii))', wu s made to poison (lie liorw on a rccc-nl exhibition tour, acco:(!]. ;g 1 0 Dr. Robert H. Thompson, her owner. I lhal Ilir S'ORTH S-A-3 WFST tl—A-IO-9-5 ff,$f S-K.Q p^J'i'o 1 S-10 all-K-4-3 <•-'»•*•»•< 7.4.2 D-K.Q- H-J-B.? IO-S-4 . D-7-3-2 C—5-4-3 C—fl-C SOtTTH—DCAL'JR S-l-9-6-5 • ll-Q.6-2 D-9-8 C-J.I0.9-Z South pas.s. West bids one diamond. NIK-HI is now confronted wllh quite a problem, He has t!:t> required slrenmli for n double, nntl still he knows that tliere Is hardily game In the hand with a IMISS : froin his partner and an original .bid from We*'., ills nnal decision is to bhl two no trump nnd trust .Iliat if Ills pailmT has sumcfcnl ihonor cards, lie will curry him to .Ihrci', but South properly passes. Tlie Vlay I Knst opens Hie seven of dia- ,mends, dummy covers wllh the jclglil. West playing (he kins; an-1 |declarer winning t! :c trick with ithc nee of diamonds. The ace and king of clubs arc led by declarer nnd he gels n very good break •.when the queen of clubs drops from the East hand .setting up the i two clubs In dummy. The seven of clubs Is next led (o the clum- Imy's ten, Enst dUcaidlng the deuce of spades, West following with a •club. The fourth round of clubs Is led. West dlsCHrdlng die lour of diamonds ami declarer, following with the eight of clubs. East dls- wi!l be tr.o guest cf his parents. Bits of News tViostly Personal Mrs. C. T. Morris and so:i, C. T. jr.. have returned from Shrcvc-port. La., where They spent a week with Mrs. Morris' parents. Mrs. Marcus Evrard and son, Joe, are going to Paragould for the week-end. Mr. Evrard will motD( Hospital Notes Patients admitted to the Blythe- villc hospital today are: C. C. Ad- iive Luncheon. Sixteen ;.-;ends o! Mrs. W a McCormick ol Prairie Grave. Ark., who lias been visiliiijf hore for ssv- cra! weks, and of Mrs. C. R. Mobley were their gi:ests for a luncheon Thursday at the MoWey home. Autumn coloring was effectively used with the orange ant! browf. ."hades predominating in the tivo course menu served at smalt tables. Fall flowers and Hallowe'en place OPENING WOMAN'S KXCHANGE Saturday at MRS. McADASIS KRAtiTY SHOP 101 S. First Si. the Ely- ,„ honored ovcr tor thcm Sunday. Mrs. A. Conway. accompanied bv Mrs. Godfrey White, of Osncola. is in Memphis today. . . - -._.-..._ Dr. M. o. Usrey and son. Max !flms J 1 '-- Caruthersvilie, Mo.; S. J. jr.. and Ton; Little were amen? ', Bailey, Yarbro. those who attended the boxing: " ' match in Memphis last night I H " Be Sl W Fenrc Planned Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway -.rill jo i BEAVER DAM, WIs.. (UP)-Prolo Little Rock Sunday-for several lcr!10!1 of approximately 18 : .mites days stay. , °-' highway in Dodge County wns U. S.'Branson was n business! asslli ' ecl for lll!; wln 'P r when an visitor in Osceola today. The Rev. Marsh M. CaUaway has returned ircm Earle, Ark., where he attended the semi-annual meeting ; : of Arkansas Presbytery. ' Ailc-nbciB. and family. He will be Mrs. W. L. Phipps and daughter, accompanied Inn-- by his sister 1 of Osceola, shopped here yesterday.; Mfe, Addie Uvy, who has been Mrs. I,. V. Martin, of Caruth- - with frirnrts and relatives there for ersville,- was a visito;- in the city j two weeks. , y "' er ?, :>y . .... ,. . j Miss Margaret Dolan and mother U. H. Levy is in Memphis today, cr Wilson, arc in Blytheville for viMimj nil daughter, Mrs. Milton' the day. v :;cunccn-. :nt was made that 91.000 •feet rf snow fence will be erected ' br^innitn -Nov. 10. ; BAKING POWDER It's double acting Use K C (or fine texture and large volume in yout baking]. MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT carding the four of spades. Declarer now starts the heart ' suit from dummy by leading the : deuce, East plays the three and die nine spot. Is finessed which goes to East's jack. East leads the three of diamonds, dummy covering with the nine, West winning Ihe trick with the queen West returns the five of diamonds which the declarer wins with the Jack, East following with the deuce and dummy discarding the five of spades. Declarer has the West hand now pretty well counted. West must hold the king and queen ci spades and the kin? of hearts to Justify Ills original bkl. Hs ahc liolds a diamond, therefore the declarer leads the ace of spades, East, following with the eight, dummy the six and West the queen. The three of spades Is led by declare-. East, playing the seven, declare-' covering with the nltis In dummy nnd West is forced to win wit'i tho. king. West cashes Ills good ten nf diamonds and Is now forced t: lead hearts to the declarer, A little luck, combine:! with proper card reading, has allowed tlie declarer to make inrcc ni (rump with 150 aces. CHICKEN DINNER Saturday, November 1st. in tlie building formerly occupied by The ISootcry. 2nd. B.intist \V. M. S. Meal 2-1 Pound Sack 59c McMULLIN'S CASH GROCERY A Home Institution Flour 48 Pound Sack $L25 10 pounds Pure cane 49c Nice Green Heads, Ib. 21c Spanish pound Calif, To- i'). 3c Sorghum Tennessee Gallons 98c Bananas. Jumbo Ib. 4'c Coffee Canovn. Pound 36c POPCORN" McMiil'in's Spfcinl ]{nmd. Shelled. Pound lOc PEANUT BUTTER 1 fi-0/. Glfiss, Citnova 30c Brooms 39c aeon Celery c 1 fta j knmb °10c Genuine Blackhawk Sliced Ib. 29c Qt. Jars Pint Jars 55c 35c No. 2>/i Can. A good table peach Alcd.synip. Each 20C H. .[. Hein?, demonstration of their full line. Also a wonderful new cereal added to Ihcir line will be on sa!«. Come in and see the man from Cincinnati, he will feed you. Beans Pintos, Pound 61-2c Soap , & n., 8 liars 25c Eggs rrcsh Country Select. Ho/. 32 NUT-OLA Pound 171-2 Full Dressed Compound bulk pound lOc Veal Chops Ib. 15c Hens Full dressed pound 28c Lamb Stew Ib. Shoulder ib. Leg 12 2 c 20c 25c Pork Chops Ib. 24c Week of November 2nd Program Ritz & Home Theatre SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 2nd RITZ Sunday-Monday —slic wants love! RUTH CHATTERTON JCLIVE BROOK Anybody/ G Qaramoum Qicture The gorgeous star of "Charming Sinners," "Madame X," "Sarah and Son" and her greatest role. This picture, was held over i" Little Rock for an extended run owing to public demand. Comedy and News. Matinee 2 to '1 P. M. Adm. Adults—lOc. School Children — ]0-2ac. Xight—15 and <IOe. Time: 8:45 and 10. Ritz Theatre Tuesday-Wednesday HOME Sunday •• One Day Only Year's Most Startling All-Talking Drama Second WIFC Powerful, moving story that hits at (he heart of every home! with CONHAD NAGEL and LILA LEE During study of second love . . . what it holds for every man and man. Comedy and Novelty Reel Adm. Mat. & Nite, 10-25c.Mat. 2 to 4."Nito 8:45-10 p.m. Coming All Week Beginning Monday Smith-Willis Stock Co. Ritz Theatre Thursday-Friday Ritz Theatre Saturday—One Day Only Constance Bennett and Lew Ayers in "Common Clay" Does one flip make ;• bad woman ? also Comedy and Novcly. Adm. Malincc— 10-:Wc. Night— 15-iOc. ••^BBnaaHBSOKffiBH Home The Smith- 1 Monday Nighf: "The It < villc Hctwccn the Acts. Ladies Admitted KKKK \vi Rainon Navai-ro in 'Call Of The Flesh' with Dorothy Gordon, Renee Adorec and Ernest Tor- rnicc. < He dreamed of the love l:e had won and lost. * Hear Navarro sing in this tmly great singing romance. Comedy and News. Adm.— 30 arid 30c. Night— 10 and 35c. Richard Arlen and Fay Wray in "The Sea Gotl" The greatest outdoor talking melodrama of dnr:- devil adventure and flaming love ever seen! Comedy and Fables. Matinee — 10 and 30e. Night— 10 and 35c. atre-Week of Nov. 3rd Willis Stock Co. jirl", A 4 Act Comedy Drama wilh Feature Vaude- th Gentlemen. Adm. 2oc nnd 50c.

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