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November 3, 1930

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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TWO JI.YTHEVILLE, !(AflK.) COURIER NEWS Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Society Calendar .i- • ' Timrfay The Jewish Ladle: Aid society is meeting With' Mrs. Rowland Wol- JQC* for a call meeting at 1:30 (rttock. .The Sudbury Parent-teacher as- sooiation will. meet at the school at .3:15 .o'clock. ..The Tuesday Hook club Is meet- lug- with Mrs. C. R. Mooley. ••The'.Eastern Star members will meel »t 7:30 o'clock. read a paper "Plantation Days In the Old Souih" on which she wou second prize in the stale contest recently held. For' music Miss Lillian Brlscco played a pinna selection "Springtime" and she also accompanied MIES Thelina Worthlnglon for a violin solo. A round table discussion or len questions closed the program, Bits of News Mostly Personal In the business session, In which e | nla Nolcn nre Miss Huth Eleanor Tucker, prcsl-' I spent today here cnroute to Ken- netl (or A short visit with her , daughter, Mrs. Ilal McHaney. j Mrs. B. R. Mason and Miss Vlr- Mcinphls today. :> --inc Dolphlans are meeting at, . ,., f ,,., ,. fc^Krd re-*»- \™^A *««.. Ad. - * - — • - -•• - as . | »ms anl Marjorla Martin, served a ' ' salad course with hot choco- Mrs. Joe Trice. They were accompanied by Miss Margaret Mcrritt rjll me$ at jj he,'church 15 3:30 o'clock. * ThwsUf >$Mrs. Chariest. 'Wopd Is Center'-' Ulnlng the Thursday ]Ri*k.club..' iJThe Jewish Ladlji i'W 'society till meet in Otceola at the home SI Mrs. L. K. Harwarg with the Mr. and Mrs. deorje Hemnhlll ... of Kennett, spent Saturday nlglu To Have SUf Pinner. lwllh Mr : » nd Mr6 - Ev*r«t B. Gee • The men ol the First Christian j cl " oul « home rrom a » wt »> Mcnl - tyuirch • will have a slog parly •.l >nts Tuesday evening "I the social hall which promises to be an oulsland- MONDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1930 spent Saturday Ip, at the home ol Mrs. Row- i ">S event. Sad Wolfort at 7:15 o'clock to go A ra(U ° wl » fumlsl1 lhc lelurns 2*;;r e |ot the election, the rtev. E, K. Lat- uMrs. H. A. Smith is hostess to |lmer will act as loaslmaster for the tte Mld-Week Bridge club. uThe young Matrons Bridge club is meeting with Mrs. Doyle Hen- *ison. *Mrs. W. M, McKenzie Is hostess fi the Thursday Luncheon club. a Friday Ladies Bible Sunday school Mr. anrt Mrs. Dwlght H. Black- wrxxt, Mr. and Mrs. Tan Jones, ol Little Rock, were guesls ol Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson lor tlio week-end. Mr. Blackwood is state highway commissioner, and all for- Inner, to begin at 1 o'clock, and j niorly lived hero. L. Ward, John C. McHaney Jr.. | Mrs. Louis Greene and Miss Hal- George Cross and George W. Bar-1 He Wllco-<son arc In Memphis lot- am make' up the committee In I the day. barge of the menu. j Mrs , -.rnmcr, or Carulhers- I vllle, shq.,,'.o in' the city today. Has Lridfje. Tarty Mrs Omrv! Kincstson, of Three probably undeigo an operation this week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crlgger 'Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Francl* Carp«nter,' Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Buck, Mr: and Mrs. J. A. Waterman, Mr. and M«. Horace T. Gulp, Mr. and Mrs. RoW- Iniid Wolforl were among tho«e whb attended the tournament in Jone:- uU'o Sunday ; Mrs. Russell Phillips and Miss Patty Moore Memphis. Mrs. Edith McCool. ol Boston and Virginia, lias arrived lor an extend.- ed visit with Dr. F. A. Roblruon and family. She Is Mrs. RobUi- son's tlster. Miss Francos Shults was a visitor in Memphis yesterday. Miss Inez Halbrook, of Memphis, wati a visitor In the city Sunday. Mrs. George M Lee has returned from Hot Springs and Arkadel- phla where site visited for several days. Whtt; in Hot Springs the attended the state audition contest Who hath a book . Hath friend* at hand, And gold and gear •At his command. And rich «tates, I'lf he but look, Aie held by him •Who hath a boak. Who hath a book """ • Hath but to read And he may be ,A king, indeed. His kingdom Is r His Ingtenook— A " Is hi» Hiss ot.the first Methodist church SET(Heft at the home of Mrs. L. M. Htinwtte at 7:30 o'clock. '''Twifwnerican Legion Auxiliary Is mMUhg at the home of Mrs. Oeorge M. Lee with Mrs. John W. Beyers also as hostess. Jiockran-Privctu iThe marriage of Miss Oracle Ijfivett and Mr. Adrou Cockraa. Soth of here, took, place Saturday with the Rev. A, J. Hall peiform- the ceremony. OhlW Welfare Course JJetiBs H«re This Mornlnt. ''Twenty-two'members'of the city Parent-Teacher associations enrolled this morning for the Child WelfaWFUudy Biiorl course to be conducted this week by itlss Oolda Pyles oi Little'-Rock, instructor oi parental education lor'the state department of education and the state Parent-Teacher association. A similar course is being given at Osceola and those who miss one o! the morning classes here iroai 9 until 10:30 o'clock may go that city for the 2:30 o'clock class. Evening classes will also, be held here beginning tonight .at 1;30 o'clock Those if ho cannot go in the morning are urged to "attend at night. Today s«^u||^j!fl!iHerence Bj I»-een ChtiSrw^Mmfclul' 5 . Phy slcally and Mentally."-The develop ment of the emotional life ol chll cren will' be • taken up tomorrow wiiile on Wednesday she'will discuss "Food and : Jts Relation to the Child." Helping the Child to Gain Security and Significance' is the theme for Ihursday and the course wffl end Friday when "Play and Toys for Children and Ser-Educa.- C-on in ihe Home".will be the subjects. "-' .'. These treats far fiibthers who are TitsJly interested ill the welfare of tbeir children are open to cvery- ODS. . • " • Certificates •- will ..'.be awarded . at the close 'of the flVe meetings. . '«• a * jciws Grifin. A marriaee lictnse was issued to-- dsy to Miss Virginia. Griffin and Mr. Frank' Jones Jr.,-lxxh ol Bly- tberaie. Mrs. Chester Caldwell cnlerlaln- d 12 of her friends with n bridge larty Saturday afternoon. Hosiery relit to Mrs. Karusworth 131nck for Irtt honors, a tissue towel roll, was Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe's award for the ut prize mid the low score prize, inen handkerchiefs, was received iy Miss Kathryn D:nton. A jellied fruit salad, chicken andwlchcs and coffee relreshcd the guests. Autiiinn flowers made pretty decorations for ihj two rooms used In entertaining. « * • Entertains al Bridge A bridge party WHS given by Mrs. W. C. Wall Saturday .allcrnbon at htr country honio at Armorel when six tables of ladies from Armorel and Blyltavlllc were guests. Mrs. Champ Kimberlain, of West Plains. Mo., was also Included in those present. An attractive assortment of fall flowers was used and the variety of colors seen too in tlis delicious tal- ad course served. Mrs. A. Cratton won the first prize, a glnss dinner go'ig. Second hcnors went to Mrs. O. T. Morris who received. hosiery and the; cut Rivers, Mich., left Sunday for her home after spending three days with Mrs. J. W. Tomllnson. Mrs. Ernestson formerly lived in this city. sponsored by the Atwat«r-K'«nt company. ; Mr. oncl Mrs. W. A. Weldmeyer returned to their home In Little Rock today alter visiting Major and Mrs Neill Reed for -the' w end. They are Mrs. Reed's par ents. Mrs. Vlntoii Bass was called to Walnut Ridge Sunday by theckath ;,Who hath a book. h _ —Nesbltt. . i : Recent books at lhc library Include The Guarded Halo, White Oaks of Jalna, The Mystery of Linden Sands, and Flutes of Shanghai Look them up, guess the authors and find out what they are al! about. The Chinese detective in the mystery story of niggers is Charley Chan, not Chase, as was printed last week. Road Courier News Want Ads. Pat O'Bryant motored gould Sunday afternoon. Tommy Fletcher, of Wilson, was the guest of Miss Keturah Ncely Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Whltennd Miss Kose White of Osceola visited hero Sunday. Louie Story Is in Memphis for. of her uncle. Moses Cooptr, with whom she made her home for • a number of years. Frank L. Hlggina, acconipanled to Para- I by his son and. daughter, M De^ enroutc to San Antonio, Texas, where they will spend the wintir. Miss Minnie Bonnet Klttrell, ol Augusta, Ark:, Is the; guest oi Mr. and Mrs Arthur Rushing. Mr. and Mrt J. P. Douglas, .ol Kennett, were in the city today.;! Brady Caneer and children, of . . , . .* ' artiuy VrfUiicvr uiia LIUIUICII, UL several days receiving treatment al, Sena , n Mo • vlslted XJI6 . Caneer w the polycllnlc. the BWthcv 1116 hospital yesterday: Dr. and Mis. C. E. Wilson and Mrs. Louie Story have as tlicir guest for two days C. H. Story, of Fort Smith. Mr. and. Mrs. Braxton Bragg, of Osceola, were here yesterday. Miss Lula Scott has returned from Columbia, Tenn., where she attended the wedding of her sister. Mrs. Emma Burney. who has been In the Catsklll mountains of New- York, has arrived to spend the winter wlth'Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Coolcy and family. She formerly lived here. Mrs. R. N. Tatutn. of Kennett. was the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. , . . prize, a novelty whl:k -broom, was| M Burnette,'this morning, cnroute the Blythcvllle hospital yesterday! Pension Fund Worker Speaks at Local Church Dr. W. W. Wharton of Texarkana, pension fund' worker of the .Christian church, addressed the Sunday morning and evening congregations of tha local church. ' He will be here until tomorrow in the Interest of the pension fund for ministers of this denomination, and from here will return home He has been on a tour of Arkansas, received by Mrs- Charles Crlgger Girt Stoats Hare The an™"^ • observance of Qirl SCOLU week.came to a' fitting cU- mii Saturday evening when the banquet'- •wis-'lK'ld .at the First Mttbo|Kt'church with the 32 members ofliroop 1 'and iheir mothers vere jawseni. . : .As tSstmUtress.-'Miss Margarel Sfiarer'presided la- fee followin g pro gram: &llt,". "A Good Girl Scout,' Miss Anna Mae -Jours; piano duet Misses Lbfiia' Wilson and Sara Ji Little; tallw "Scouting 'For Leisure" Mrs. Otto Kochtlteky, reading ' My self", by Edgar A. Guest, Miss An nie Spalcup; talk "A Good 'Gir Scout Obeys 11 , Mrs. John B. Lane Toice number, Mrs. J. E.. Critz, cempanied by Mrs. Wilson Hcnr\ The troop committee. Mesdaiu: Charles Wylie, R. C. Dent, jr., all H. A. Taylor, and the ircop cap tain, Miis'Monta Hughes, fponsor ed the aQair. The wek was filled with inte: estirig events. On last Sunday tl troop 1 members atended the Fir Christian church; Monday was Home Service day; deeds lor community sen-ice were done Tuesday; Wednesday was visiting day and Thursday school day. C. cf C. SloflJ ftoolhrrn Heroes A variety program interested the members of the Children ol the Confederacy who met at the home of Miss Marjorie Martin Saturday tftemoou "when she _ was .-Vjadcr:] Maurlne BransonV .dfeysed' 1 Siyid-O. Dodd, Ark-ariste - -ipy! -Sam'Davis of Tenux'.ie". Hare "Since. . .-V , „ Mr. and Mrs. S..--J. Cohen 'entertained with 1 an Informal dance at their suburban homo Saturday evening which 1 included'several out town guests. Delicious refreshments were serv- at midnight. ave Parly Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Splcer cntcr- ined with a Hallowe'ou party Fri- ay In honor: of their little diiugh- r, Poca Dot. Ten of her friends ijoyed games and contests and ttr sandwiches and hot chocolate BS served. • •; * * Yadle Roll . Ins Loving,Cup. A silver loving cup, offered by ic Rev. P. Q. Rorlc several months go to the Sunday school class of ••.,•>„ First Meihodist church niak- ng the best attendance record, was warded to the cradle roll dspart: lent Sunday morning. E. D. Feruson, superintendent, made the reservation. 'Mrs. J. G. Sudbury is snpcrln- endent of the department with hese assistants: Miss Maude Culli oh who is in charge of the music o Memphis for a visit. Francis Langc to 111 nt the home of -his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lange. Drs. Carl and Edna Nies have as heir guest this week Mrs. J. W. Werner ol Jonesboro, wile of Dr. W. Werner. Holston Robinson, who Is employed in Little Rock, Is at home 'or several days. Miss Mnry Lynn Bass, who Is quite 111 at the Memphis Baptist hospital, Is now Improving and will Mrs. F. P. Carter and Mrs. A. O. Hudson. The trophy bears the inscription "Rorle Attendance Trophy 1330.' Hospital Notes Pationts admitted to the Biylhe- •vllle hospital: D. M. Hedges. Ca- ruthcrsvllle, Mo.; Mrs. L. W..Stafford, city. L. Mills, city was dismissed. Read Courier News want ads. eadache often relieved without "dosing" VSSJgs MILLION JARS USED YEARLY •fa." Mlrs Ruth Eleanor • Tucker's *»Ject : and Miss Matagrcl 1 Shaver 10HT COUGHS Positively stopped almost in- ttantly with one swallow of w< HOXINE '•'Eight years ago before my ast baby was born, 1 started aking Lydia .E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. I got mch good results that I named -vet Catherine Lydia. I have six older children an;l five jrtndchildtcp, too. I am 44, pcbple tell me 1 look much wunger. I am now taking the Vegetable Compound again because of my age. 1 cat and sleep better and I do all my housework, and my washing. 1 will do my best to answer letters."—Mrs. U. OolfionJe, 6318 York St.,NctvOrlmni, Louisiana. The Domestication of a GIANT J.HE same giant force that turns the huge wheels of industry can do the slightest household task. Electric power can run a-vacuum cleaner or a sewing machine as readily as it can operate a great factory or move » locomotive. Electric power goes everywhere. It serves small users as well as large, with equal cfficicucy. The widespread transmission systems arc die source of power for the big city and small town alike— for factory, farm, and home in thousands of everyday tasks. Lydia E, Pjnkliam's drug stores. Co., .and Kirb.v all jother goad | ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER COMPANY "At Your Service" Prevent Disease Many scuses vented dread . di- cnn be pre- by using Pasteurized Milk from BENNETTS DAIRY Phone 74 (Eleven • years experience in . pasteurizing plants.) The Following Members of the Sudbury P. T. A. Will Haie Charge of The New Dixie Store Co. Wednesday & Thursday Mrs. H. A. Smith Mrs. R. F. Duncan , Mrs. Louis .Waters Mrs. W. I. Osbovne Mrs. Pleas Secoy Mrs. C. W. Ramey Mrs. Leon Smith Mrs. Q. Coppage Mrs. F. Gl Douglas Mrs. Nettie Gray . Mrs. Joe Craig Mrs. Joe Kleban Mrs. Mary Spann Help Yourself and the P. T. A. Wednesday & Thursday At This "Profit-Sharing Sale" < A nnouncement- We are again open for business at our former location at Main and Franklin Streets. Our entire plant lias been reconstructed and \ve are now be| T tei\ equipped to serve Chevrolet owners than ever before. We wish to call your attention to these special new features: •7 New Duco Paint Shop New Service Department New Parts Department Quick Service Washing and Greasing A new feature of the local Chevrolet service, especially equipped for the Chevrolet automobile. We Employ Only Chevrolet Trained Mechanics • In Our Shop. W. I. DENTON CHEVROLET CO. N ew Building Corner .Main & Franklin Blytlievillc, Ark.

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