The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1931 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 27, 1931
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE, (AUK,)' COURIER NKWS Society Calendar Saturday These Is' a story hour at the 11.; brary Jor children between the ages •-ol six and ten years, Club Ifas Guests Mrs. W. L. Horner entertained members of the Mid-Week Bridge Bib of News Mostly Personal Will Dedicate Na/arene Church Sunday Morning _ The congregation of the Cliureli M;s. *rcd W. Schnls Is returning O j N^n-ne will Imvc Its iledlcn to her home In Helena Saturday ] u an suivlcos for the new building after a visit, with Mv. and Mrs. A.' |SmuJliy morning, 11 o'clock. '•- club and Mesdamcs Himter C. Sims] Comvny. While here she has Iwcn | -' Charles Martin; Harry Klrby,' El-1 complimented with a number o'; ' toil ,\V. KUby and Mrs. Fred W. L -Schatz, of 'Helena, Thursday with . luncheon and bridge. Jonquils werc'combined with the • Saint Patrick hole for attractive •: decorations and the Irish shade ";' was 'seen throughout Hie apyallz- ; "ing' luncheon' scrvedl. lit the card" games Mrs.-M. O. .'• Usfey ..won high club prize, a ": plaque, and cards went to Mrs. C. Sims for the guest I delightful courlcs!,?s. C W. Affltck and J. A. Lccclr The entire weekend will be spent in special services with B. J. Fleming of Kntisas City, extension rctary of the church. In charge arc spending tcday in Memphis Saturday night for a Mr. Rtxl Mrs. Kelly Travis were Memphis visitors Thursday. at 1:30 o'clock and for .Hie dedication. diaries Batlta, of Los Angles, ' Tlie Rev. John W.. Oliver of Llt- Luxora Society—Personal Ca!., arrived today tor the funeral ol his slesi mother, Mrs. B. O. Saliba, who died Tuesday. W .Leon Smith and Max n. field an: attending to business In SI Louis 'today. S. A. Danielle is a patient at the Hunter : award. Club Entertained* j M""Ph* Baptist hospital. Mrs. R, C. Dent jr., and Mrs .F.j Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ap:>lob.inin, B. Joyner were guests of Mrs. Max i Mrs. S.itn FJorinan n.i.1 Mrs. Wal•B. Reid yesterday when she alsoitev Kosenlhal motored lo Memphis entertained the oung Matrons cl»blf or the day, for an afternoon bridge game. i D p,. c[( T n yi or j r-i 0 [ osccola, : Mrs. \V."C- Higginson won lhc! n -iis In Uic city-yesterday. .-; club. prize and Mrs. Joyner tlic | Miss Mabcl Hoglin< wuo nns u ,, cn guest'.prize,' both received liosiery. j t cr | ous iy m troin liiflmmniuury . The hostess served a fruit .salad, I rheumatism, Is now Improving, ."•in which' -green predominated, with I Horace T. Gulp lias returned cake's, olives au'd coffee. | f rom a business trip to Truimmn * " ] and Caruthersvlllc. Compliments Bride Mrs. Earl Koontz, of Mo., and Mrs. W. B. tie Rock, district Mijicrintendcilt of' Arkansas, will prqach Sunday afternoon, 3 o'clock. • Completed his week, the striic- lure is at tl'.e corner of Second and Vine streets near ihe lieu,' uvmniy. Of frame. Hie building has a l»rge auditorium with an cicvated floor. This church wus organized here A'.igiiii « by tlie Kev. A. T. McAnally who is Ihe present pastor. Since that time the congu'snlion has beui worshipping In the House of Ciod building on Cherry sttviul. a W. when: <*™ s . al<o entertnliiod the Thursday i bllslness ll1 Memphis. attending to silt- aiso eiuuiiuiit^-u uiv *iiu,^«wj. Luncheon club. . i J- E. Crllz, O. G. Smith niu! J. a i. ; Mcll Brooks nrc In Memphis today Fred Puryear, of Joncsboro, ' O&ceola Society—Personal tab'e laid for eight. A deli- attending to business here today, was served n three j Lcc- Sudbury, of Memphis, Is Pint snapdragons made an tractive centerpieces for the luiich- con cious menu courses. " : In. the. contract brdgc games which'Inter entertained the ladies Mrs. J'.A. Leech won .tte prize," a vase.' Mrs. 1 Tanner, a bride,' was given beads. i • * *. Officers Elected . The Christ Ambassadors, an organization in the Assembly of Cod's. Church, was reorganized in a meeting nl the home of the Hcv. and Mrs. R. A. Work last evening. There were 28 present.' These officers were, elected: Miss Glenlco Lanslord, president, Miss Hazel - Robinson, vice president; transacting business in the city. Jcel Lambert, of Lltllo Rock, was n visitor in the clty_ yesterday. Mrs. S. S. Slernb'erg has returned from Memphis where she attended la business for tv:o days Mrs. Arthur Henlley is,returning to her home in Memphis lodny after a brief slay with Mrs. Henry R.' Brandon and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Mahun and Mrs. D. M. Cutler rmV2 returned from Hot Springs where they spent rcv'eral days with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Vail. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Patton anil sen, Ralph, hjve returned to their home in Little Rock after a brief Forty-two mothers and four visitors attended the monthly meeting ot the grade school Parent- Teachers association and heard an inspirational talk by Mrs. M. L Simmers on "Founders Day, and Our Emblem." Group singing formed a part o! the,program and a vocnl .solo. "Old Fashioned Mother of Mine," wns rendered by Mrs. !•'. \V. Ho'wse. Al a business .session Mrs. P. L. Phlpps was elected chairman of the finance committee to succeed'-Mrs J. S. Dlllnhunty, who has rcccnllj moved to Blythcville. The first and fourth grades tied for the monthly prize offered b> the organization for mother attend uncu at meetings. 'the Rev: R. A. Wcnc, Kipirlnkrrt-1 cnt.,-'. >• .- , • ' - • • s° -, • Tho group will meet eech SurV-. Say afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at the church"6H'.south Uily "street. * » • Class Meets The Upslreamers Sunday school class-, of the Church of the Naz- arene'met last evening at the home of Mrs Fred Pollock with Miss Berlle Snyder as assistant hostess. In the business session L. Q. Tyrone was elected president and Aubrey Hood, George Cunningham arid Miss" Imogena Morgan named members'of the social committee. The devotional programs are to be arranged in the future Miss Chrfstlen Gillen and John Tyrone. Games and contests featured the social'hour'and'later delicious salad, sandwiches and tea was served to the 10 present. The Pollock home was attractively decorated with potted plants and spring flowers. * • S S. S. C!»ss To Mtel The'Fidelis Sunday school class • • of the. First Baptist church wll • meet tonight, .7:30 o'clock, at the i home of Mrs.- Sam Hall with Mrs ' Chester Nabors also as hostess. All members are \irgcd to attend To Present Tlay The Wonder Sunday school clns. 1 of the'"Lake Street Methodis . church will present a three ac play "The Path Across The Hill this evening, 7:30 o'clock, at th n and family. ilisi Msry Louise Taylor pending • today in Memphis. 106 Enrolled in Missouri School Drama Contest church. The proceeds will be used for the class room building fund.' Included in the cast of charac- SENATH, Mo.— Announcement? ande by the local high school i-hicli is sponsoring the Southeast IlEsourl High School Drama tour- lament sliow that 106 students of outhcast Missouri higli schools are ww pai'ticipating in the play .Tiling contest. According to the report of the iclivitics of this newly formed or-, ganization, several students from Senalh, Kennett, Hornersvlllc. Cardwcll in Dunklin counly have contributed already to the contest as well as a large group of students of high schools of Bloornfleld. SIkeiton, Portageville and Carulh- ersvllle. All plays are to be subniitted for the first contest by the first day of March anil will be enacted at a later dale. Paculty members of high schools who are directing the activities of contestants in the organization include W. R. Sewcll, supcrintendenl of Ihe •Horncrsvllta schools; L. N. Jone.<; of the Senath schools; Oeor- gla Cox, PortagevHlc: Mrs. Lizzie T. Pruitt, B!oomlicld: Francis Burch, Sitceslon. and Miss Margaret Johnson, Kennett hlijh school English instructor. Epworth Leagues Will Hold County Miaet Epworth Leagues of the Mctim 1st churches throughout Misslssipi county will meet here .Sunday afl crnosn at the Lake Street McUfor 1st church for a social pro'griiii Miore than 100 delegates are t> peeled to attend. Churches nt Osceola, Wilso Luxora, Manila, Dell, Yarbr Promise Land and the First ar Lnke Street churches here will send representatives- The prosrnm, to be presented by the Senior league' of the First church here, will be followed with games nnd K! reshr.icvfls.' Wants Pre-Uusband Trainiui; CINCINNATI, O.,(UP)—A training course for prospective 'busbunds as n part ot tlic public schools curriculum has bscn advocated by Hev. Frederick N. McMillin. pastor of a Presbyterian Church here, as a iwssiblc remedy for the divorce evil. He said the comse might prevent many, separations and divorces, adding that the number of divorces in recent y?ars was appalling. Claude Alexander, Earl Sullivan. pfip NG (UP ^v^^cctawr Henry We-idman, Mrs- Adrian i V as "l'cd »nd IfVi jurcd ^ m Church, Mrs O J. Rodgers, Mrs. \ "^ ^,^ ,"| ^ *^ George Shanks Mis. Bert Mayo| 0 , ^ fm:Af . for R .,,, o[ U|m 0 " d MrE - R °y Moullrie. -- anc , , |lrew ]t on a bon . flrc ;lt Tsln . CEMETERY TIOTFORCXT i "' Shmti " s I'rovini'e. recently. CfcMi.TtR\ H.01 >OK (.At \TI K gl| ,, 1K;v(ici . C j.,; I: rt r ,] r-Slllt,- ')—Daln? !„„!„,,.. M1DDLETON, O.. (UP) Bud, a' pet cat belonging to Mayor j H..W. Carey, of Trcntcn, O, died recently al the age of 16 years. | As a memorial to his domestic I friend, Mayor Carey has purchased j a wooden coffin, a slone vault and a burial p!ot in Lebanon cemetery. 'A tcrhbUone will bo placed over .the grave. WORTHY OF A TRIAL Lcwisvillc, Ark. —"I.wish to add \ a uord cf f raise ' for Dr. Picrcc's i Golden Medical : Discover)-. .1 lie- j gan'lising it fif- I tccn years ago for I ncr\-cusi:c5S and neuralgia. A lew - - ' • • relief. I wish to say that the 'Discovery' is E- excellent rtmcdy for .neuralgia, nervousness, • cblds, ii a general buikicr of the 55-Mem after a spell of skkn<ss and I licariily . recommend it as a medicine well worthy of a Irjal. I take pleasure in advising jny, friends to. try it."—Mrs. G. V. Storar, Route 1. ; 'A11 jlniggisls'. Fluid or (alikis. • . Vrilt lt» "Ilr. Firm'* -(aiTile, n»fT»lo. (m \lie r»rl«n. it JOB *ant {rrt mcdlral pdrVr. S«>d I0« lot a trial package, U -.e scnous accident. POWDER /tj coue acting Use K C foj fine texture And large volume in youi IUlOMSpF POUNDS USED A Itcautiful iictv siylc \villt gun ^iik KiJ trim, 1!>-S spike heel, \udtlis AA lo C, nil si/cs. Also «Iio\\)i in 1'utty Kill nilli brown Wil trim. A Real Value Uro\rn ttaj.ih ;iml li^tre kid trim, ISaby I.onis licrl. Also shown in ilull hid uith i;un Hictat silk kid trim. Sue* 3 to 9—Widths AA lo C. A Fine Filler $ In tile O.-car Onrv^ building formerly FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1031. GREEN CABBAGE CARROTS Sunny Brook Limit, !b. Wcslorn Stock, L!). Muckerd Tall Oin Sii:iKltet1i or . li t'ackitgt'3 Campbell's 3 (Jims TOMATOE of lllinois Xo v 2 Can MK^ With Merchandise Iml, 10 Pounds Setfrisin 24 Ib. Saok or Blyllicville No. 2 PINTO BEA Crystal White Slokclsy, Slictd No. 2 Campbell Tomato Libby'a or Dclmonlc.' Can 8 ib, Paii Pure 95c 8 ib. Pai! Compound Ilusless ov lobby's Large Can Camay, Lux, Life Jsuoy or Palmolive. ;i IJara Guld Ribbon : 2 Pounds CLAIMED UNCOUX AS (HUM GALLIPOLIS. O: Rev. W. H. Arthur, 83. wiio claimed to have' lived only three dears from Abraham Lincoln at Springfield, 111., in pre-civil war dr.ys. riled here recently. The Rev. Arthur often spoke of the gcod times he experienced In his youth while playing with "the Lincoln boys," Tommy Bob nnd Willie. BrcokfieSd Pound K. C. Uib or Round Potnul Ul:tckh;wk or Armour Sliced Pound Home Killed Pound A l>e;tuliftil Style SAUSAGE VEAL ROAST VEAL STEW K. C. Hulled Rib Pound Compound A Dressy Jlodol Mrs O!ds. Mrs. Rush nnd daughter Jatic of lilylheville K]wnt n few hbn'rs In Lusora, Sunday. ",'•; "'", Mr; and Mrs. Joe Dean nnd j (laughter, Allic,-of T'yrbnza were I the guests of Mr. and Mrs. I/nils Spann, .Sunday. Mr. S. .V; Fraz!e'r,aml (j'hi|da-n cf Gsccola were Luxora visitors. Sun- clay. ' •- I •! I 'T. 1 "I :..-'. l.ynn Smith of;;Osc'epUll\v:i3 Luxora visitor, Sunday. Miss l/)is Hill of lilylhcvillc.' visited friends Jn Luxora, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alias SlUbicy and] children spent In libthc- ville. . .... . .! .Mrs.H V/illiam Wundclick and iiujhterfof Hlyllicvll'o, spent S:it- rdiiy .\yjlli Mr. niul Mrs. M_. C. "coke nnd family." """"' Foster Ycite, \vho Is worki;)^ in : lenlphis, spent the week eiul In .uxora- Mrs. Fester Yates and Misi; i'anl- UC Sealbn \\eri3 Osccola vi Saturday. .... Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Hunt rilum-; " Saturday from n two days visit vlth friends in Mississippi. Mrs. Philip George 13 vl.itiug icr daughter n New York. Mi's, Lous Spann Is confiii'd to icr 'home with an attack of :!n- Mildred Richards cnterlniiu-d n lumber ol her friends with a s>iirt5' at lisr home, Monday nip!:'.. In honor of her 12lh birthday. Games were enjcyed until leu o'clock when! delicious rcfrcsmeius wprc. reived io the following: Maulc Gco: - ce.| Elizabeth Davis, Margaret iiich- ards, Vivian Lynch, Meredith Graham; 'Pauline ncverie,' ' Adelle- Qeorp.;! Fred '.Cockrjn, John Franklin Doweii, Jbliniili* Ccckrtm, Howard Bowcn, Cooil • McQIulltlin, Dixie Howard, Junloi 1 ) .VVjmdtriiek:, Thurman Scott. G. Cj Driver, Jce Cookc, Thurman Scotl; Olivia Ora- hnih, Paul, Reverie, "Mdrgarel DJbo Willis Pnfe, nob Reverie Cliarles Shoaf. • v Misses Eva and Mablc - George spent Sunday in Memphis.^ ...^ The Oth and lOlh w;adii3, ciin'.v croned by Misses Teriny'sou and Vyn'ch enjoyed n wsilfer" rcast: Tuesday niglu. The party, composed 'of Orlean- Hires., Mar^arot •Ro'zell. Firjn Wood, Ellzabplli Lu- '' Dir'die'" Pcrmenta'. •>Toiu : .''.'lb.iton. Charles Billlngsly, Rubie Scolt, To- berl Porsytlie, William Lynch", Paul Jackson,'Charles Howard and A-. J. Lynch went lo the Howard home ur.o mile east of Luxora and,crossed the levee where they -rcastetl wetners. Mesdames Sam BopiTn mid J. N Hunt and Miss' Pauline feeaton were Blylheville vsitors, \Wdnts- dny. • Mrs. J. W. Seatou is .vbitiun r::;- alives in- Memphis. Dull Kid Grecian Slep-in Pump Sea Sand Kid Claudetlo Center Buckle Strap Kobinhnod Shoes fur Childron al reasonable prices. NANETT1-:, ClNDKIllCl.LA ;md GOHDOX Hose in chiffon or semi-service \vci.ehl, new spritiij shades Si, , . ' :. A' Centra] Shoe Co.-:.-,

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