The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 13, 1931 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 13, 1931
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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILUC. <AIW.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, IUAKCII 13, 191(1 Society Calendar Saturday The Children of the Confederacy will meet nt the home of Misses j Ruth and Sue Butt. U. D. C. Mtmbrrs Aic Entertained at Lu\ur.\. The Elliott, fleicher chapter ot tlie:United Daughters of the Confederacy was entertained lit the home ct Mrs. T. F. Hudson at L'.ix- ora. yesterday afternoon \vhpn Mcs- dtimfs E. R. Bogan, Sue Brown. Elliott Williams and C. D. WOK! o( Lux'ora and Mrs. James T. Coslon and -Miss Ailceji Sitillli ot Osccoh \vefc nlso hostesses. For the program these numbers Mrs. Criggei: a Pioneer in Women's Civic. .AH.ivjijes in .Mississippi County Mrs. C. E. Crljgei 1 , nLncfr club \vciucii 01" i\i;°sl;sl|>j)l county, iia- rctnlncd *iu uc'.tve ir.lercst li» civic, club and religious uffuirs ihrotii;)!- out the many she hns been resident ol this clly. Of nil the many HccompHblnnenls In which Mrs. Criagcr has inkon part she dies the forming of n park Irom the o!d Walmil street cemetery us her b?sl \vork. Through (he continuous efforts of Mrs. Ciller and some of lirr friends Iho ubnn- were given with Mrs. E. R. Bogan j doncd cemetery was made inlo a as leader: voice numbers. "Tin . park, and tlic street widened alter Bird'Nest" and "The Cunning I,!i- tlsv Indian," little:Dltsie SilL.'.isn; -review of "Ctmtirron" by Edna Fer- lier, Mrs. T. F. Hudson; voice numbers, "Little Gray Home In ihe West" and."Irish Love Song," Mrs. Jorhi Edrlnglon of Osceola accompanied by Miss Louise Hudson of Luxora; extracts from the Atlanta Constitution of OctoLvi', 1872. read by.Mrs. J. H. Slliiiiian; piano solo, Mrs. J. W. Wfc'ns. Ill the decor-l!o'iE and refresh-' meats served the Saint. Patrick Idea. W{B prettily carried out. Ice crcum, angel food cake and salted nuts were'served. * » • Club Entertained. Mrs. O. I'. Moss was hostess tc the Mid-Wcck Bridge club Tnuts- day when she air: entertained Mrs. H...H. HoucMns of Little Hook. Mrs. Karl Koontz of Springfield, Mo.,-and Mrs. :.. ~. Knight, Her lunchccn t?b:e hnci for Its centerpiece a low bowl of tulips, jonquils and Ivy interspersed with foliage and the spring note ivas emphasized throughout Ihe delicious menu served In two courses. A VBEC went to Mrs. II. A. Smith lor the high score prize among the members, and high guest uward went to -Mrs, N. P. Knight. '. • » • His Keck 'dull. The Sas Kra Rook club met yesterday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. A. W. Stephens for Ihe usim party attended by the eight members. After the several games of rook were played the hostess served rio- . Melons refreshments in which Sain Patrick' napkins, table covers an favors" were used. -. - • • » Csctola Business, Frofmional Women's Club Is Reorganized In continuing Uu^ojiservance National liiisfness and Professicna women's week a committee froi the local group sponsored the reorganization of the O.-ceola club in That city last night. Mrs H. L. Reynolds, president, Mrs. Clarence Holder. Miss Cora Lee Baldrtdge. Miss Nell Harris and Miss Marie Hrirnish attended the meeting held at the homo ot Mrs. Laura Spiese. These officers were elected: Miss AUoen Word, president: Mrs. S.'L. Oladlsh, first vice president; Mrs. Betty Nell Bcale, second vice president: Miss Julia Mne Morrison,- secretary; Miss Emma Cox. treasurer; Mrs. Laura Spiese. par- Jimcntarian, The club will send representatives to the district, conference to be held in this city March 21 and 22. Delicious refreshments were served in a social hour which closed the reorganization meeting. slaves were removed, making ihe neglecte<l .sjrat In harmony with the remainder of the ."-trecl. She Is now chaplain of Ilic lo;-n! imrrlcnn Li-slon Auxiliary nflcr laving formerly l>:en president of lie group. Rspcrinlly Intprcstrcl In temp^r- cc \vork. she served as pvcsidetu (he loc;-.l W. C. T. U. for ten cars in which time much was done n foi warding prohibition in Uiylhc- ille. .She is a charter member of the i. I. A. which later became the 'areiit-'l'eachcr Association, a chnr- er member of the lilylhcville Wo- min's club and the Mississippi County Federation of Women's clubs and a member of the Elliott •'lelchcr chapter of the United Bits of News Mostly Personal Sirs. C. E. Cri|gcr Daughters of the Confederacy. With education, crippled children and club work as her special "hobbles," she has become closely tden- (illed with such activities. Her religious work Is done thru her membership In the First Mclh- odist church. Modern Women Play Active Part in Community Affairs 'The lime has pastil when the justness woman is satisfied merely to be making a living." says Miss Emily R. Kncilbulil, executive' secretary o( the Nulional Fixlei'iitbn of Business and Professional Wa- mcn's Clubs. "She wants to be n real factor In community life—lo piny a part In Hie promotion o[ civic enterprises. Probably this lias never been more cftccllvcly dcmonslnilcd than during the unemployment crisis. Our president, Miss Marlon 11. Mc- Clcnrli, was among the first lenders ot Ihe large women's organizations to pledge co-0|)cratloii with the President's Emergency Committee on Employment. She suggested lo our 00.000 members thnt they plMgc.. Uiumselvcs to a program ot wise 'spending, that they create bp- (Ions can remember the lime when their prhiutry concern was with clubhouses, cafeterias and similar material thinys. Today there seems a pronounced Inclination to oiBan- ze around projects problems which look towards human well beln^', rather than to concentrrilc on material achievements. Is It not possible that the aroused civic interes: of the business woman has been a factor In awakening this new social consciousness? Programs of National Business Mrs. Minnie I.uiistnrd and clill- drt'ii, lilenlcc and Hayes, have rc- luntcd from I/ilghton, Ala., whfiv l!;cy iittciuleil Ills funrrttl of Mrs. Lansford's fnllu-r. Hon, Juhti H. Aycra. The dra-atcd, who was .1 prominent lawyer for 40 years, dlc;t Saturday at the age of 7U years. 1(<- liad frequently visited relatives her' where he had n number of friend^. Funeral services were held at First liaptlst diurcli. Albert Ayei.s and sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Brook.s, of Holland, Mo., have relumed from Lelghton, Ala., where they nUendrd lilt funeral of their father. Jclin H. Ayers. Mrs. fvarl Smart. «f New Yoik city, 1ms arrived to be with iur (laughter, Mrs. Ilcwiml li. Proctor, who Is at the Ulyllicvilli! hospital. Mrs. Proctor, wliu was Injiirt-il two weeks ago when struck by an automobile, Is .slmvly improving. Mrs rtobis D. IliiBlirs, Mrs. Otto Kochtltxky and Miss Margaret Mahan arc In Memphis totliiy. Mrs. O. W. McCiitchen is s|K>nd- Ing toJay in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. p. Johns, of 1,11x01.1 were in the city yesterday. Thc\ were nccompnnlcd liomc by Mis N. Johns. Mrs. P. D. Underwood, of Llltir Hock, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Georpi; Muir, and family. Sh? formerly lived her?. Mrs, H. G- Smith is a patient at the Memphis Mellicdist hospital. Tile Rev. Marsh" M. Cnllawuv. pastor of the First Prcshylrrlan church, was In nassctt last nisl'.t for a meeting vvllli the Pr?sbylei- ian members in that town. j\. E. Scolt, of Memphis find (a:- miTiy ol here, was In the city yesterday. Mis. L ,E Davis Has reliirnc.l fiom Ho! Springs where si:c vi« ed Mr.Davis who is I he re lor health. Joe Felscnthal will spend the weekend In Biownsvllle, Tcnn, with his inotl'.^r. Mrs. C. E. Alklnscn and her father. J. H. I'arks. have returned from a visit In F,l Dorado. MlES Cora Lee Coleman and J. I' Crilz were at Ekron and Leichvlil: yesterday for incelings of the tov:; Women's Wcefc have now tecomc co-o|»ratlvo, although orisiunlly Jind girls 4-H clubs. Today thsy arc arrangwl lo Inlerest women alone. Men's and women's organizations together participate In public relations meetings sponsored by business and professional women's groups, and together discuss 'lii-'ob- , pcrtunitles for employment by hlr-1 taus reliitert lo coniniiiiilty growth To Have Special S'ory Hour feature of the story hour Saturday morning, sponsored by the Blythcvillc library, Miss J.;an Harrison will tell .the stories she is to use in tho story teling contesl of the district meet These stories are especially for children from 3 to $ years of age and all are cor d;al!y invited to attend at 10:30 o'clock. Miss Delia Purtle wffl alsi t?ll two stories. * • • Has Bridge rariy. J. W. Adams was host lo tbrs tables of guests last evening for n bridge party especially compliment ing Linden Gifobs, of Caruthers- vlllc. Delicious refreshments were bcrv- cd late in the evenir;. • * • Club Has Guests. Mrs. George R. C^lhoun of Narh- ville. Tcnn., Mrs. Joslah G. l-'orl of Ciarksville. Tcnn., Mrs. Walk=r II. Baker, Mrs. Charles -Martin and Mrs, Harry Kirby were guests of ng professionals to do shampooing, lanlctiring and other personal s«r- Ices, that they canvass their louscholris to see If opportunities or part time work could be found, that they report to central gencies any available, positions. "Sonic of the larger business mid jrofesslonnl women's clubs have allied still more effectively to the upport of the President's Coininlt- ee. The Alliance of Business and "rofesslonal Women of Chicago, or example, has opened an Kmer- icncy Relief Service lor women and ts members have syaUijii'ticiilly olicitcd posUlnns lor women whj ire on tor eir.;i!oyi"' M, and pro- i j, icled them wiiii clothes and mono;' vhen they were unable lo find them ic'os. "All office 'n the loop <IUlrict >if Chicago lias been mainlylned. and every day trom nine to lUe an ex- [>eriencccl biL^lness woman ib In charge, volunlccilng her services. "Practically all of our 1,250 clubs arc cither soliciting positions for and development. at Dogwood Miss Elizabeth Blylhe is 111 at h.-: home on Walnut, street. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner is :*' Lone Oak today visiting the scho<>: Misses ranlhie, Siva and MIldK'd I^ang, Joe Applebnuo nnri 7,\i }:<:del were in Carntlicrsville last n!;;ht for a party given by Mrs. M. Bsrn- stcin for Miss Esther Bcinstein o! Clarksdnle. Miss. She will tome here tonight U) be Misses Pauline and Sara Lan;:. PHILADELPHIA. (UP)-Just one Mr. ami Mrs. P. E. Cooley and year ago this month two University daughter, Miss Marion Cooley, ..Irs of Pennsylvania students left Phil- I Emma Durncy and Mrs. W. I. p.delphia on a round-tho-worW I' 011 will go to Memphis tonlgh; for the Woman's Missionary Council of Students Complete Trip Around the World jobless members, or throwing their whole influence into helping the cily or stale employment committees. "Nor is it only in lime of crisis lhat women demonstrate their interest in civic afTairs. I could enumerate dozens, yes hundreds of community projects carried on by business and professional women's chibs In the United SlaU-s which indicate that the business woman is keenly interested in living up to tier obligations as a. citizen. journey. After traveling 31,000 miles, the two men, Slcwurt Smith and Irwin Tweed, arrived home aflcr driving from Ban 1'ranclsco in an old car '.hey purchased for $45 and repair- jcd for $2. In tl.c course of their wander- lings, they worked on ships of ten I different nationalities; Hllemlixl Ihe | Passion Play at Ober.nnmergau the sairo day that Qi:ee:i Marie of Ru- naina >\«s present; were on the ru- ccplion committee lo: Amy Johnson, ocean flier, in Colombo. Ceylon; saw the Oxford-Cambridge boat races; climbed Pike's Peak; attende dlhc International Expo- thr Jlrlhotllst church. Mr. and Mrs.' W. W. JJcOr.iidi- ey, ot l.cachvlllc, are vislling rt'.a- tlvcs liere. Mrs. E, M. Bryan will rc'.ufi lomortow from Bismarfc an:l l-'lat River. Mo., where she :-pcr,t two \vcel:s. While In Blbinarl: F!IC the guest of her son. Dr. K. M. Hry- an. and at Flat River son, Ur. J. \V. Bryan, families. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bray an; son Chappie accompanied by l!an ler Sims jr. are in Hardy lor ,-ov cral days. They expect to !?;un Sunday. I^frs. C. T. Curjienlrr and Mrs j J. \V. Knight, of Marked Tree l>ert here yesterday. Mrs. A. Convvay, accompanied b The yard measure is the arm Mrs . Godfrey White cf Osccn!., ail measurement of England's Henry. Hrs . &lrl Koonlz of Sp ,;„.,,,,.,, I, He ordered that tin- Icnyth oil his osvn arms— thirty-six inches—I should be the standard yard for j Mi=s Lavellc Cnpp of Cooler. Mo clotn - j was dismissed as a patu'r.'. tioi the Bhthcvillc ha^pitnl tcday. sitlon in Antwerp; and visited Hollywood and the Grand Canyon. are In Memphis today. CAKl) .OF THANKS We wish lo thank cur many' friends for their expressions of .sym- j pivthy and floral tributes in th-.' loss' "Community projects undertaken | 0( ollr dearly bvlivcd husband aucl i by business "and pro!cs? V.D- I father, Cecil Dean. Mrs. Ross D. Huglies yoslerday Tl . lc , ! '° n ' when she also cnlcrlalncd the Thursday Luncheon club. Jonquils formed the centerpieces for Ihe attractively appointed tables at v'r.ich a '^Melons menu was served at one o'clock. Mrs. W. M. McKenzle and Mrs. Josiah G. Fort v tie awarded hi;Vi score prizes. men's clubs range froi.i tree Ing and other benulificaiion projects to such ambitious enurpi iscs as the creation of a city plnnnm-* commission. Such .i movement 1ms been undertaken by the Business and Prolessional Women's club of Mrs. Margaret and family. Dean "All of us who are familiar with tho history of women's orpaniza- VOtl feel itl / /«••-•• ••» NEW BRITAIN, Conn.. (UP) — Thieves found only a lew dollars in the cash register ot the Morning Star Doughnut bakery but they lud a lot of fun with tho CES supply. The walls and ccllng were covered with the marksmanship. results cf their FAY O.DAVIS Phone 42L mornng tells the real story the t i in c you should f«l like whistling and singing. Your muscles should ilch to tackle ihe day's work-. Your mind should quickly solve the problem that baffled you the afternoon before. Don't let your health slip away so that a night's rest fails in its natural recuperative powers. When you awaken with .1 "drogged physical or mental feeling, heed those oad symploms. That's the lime you need a dependable tonic to help restore your old time energy. Tty a bottle -of Dr. Picrcc's Golden Medical Discovery, which » sold by druggists, POWDER It's cfoub/e acting Use K C (or fine texture and large volume in your bakings. MILLIONS OF POUHD* UJfD BVOUR COVtftNMENT • • We've to the New, Dixie Balcony Open l-'nr Today Tin Our Elois Beauty Shopp FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY Florida 3 For \Yi!Slern Triumphs ound J!raiy?SYjrrat.j^^ Yellow Fruit iAUER KRAUT CACHES & APPLES El s:r" lie RICE TOMATO SOUP Gold Ribbon 2 pounds SPAGHETTI i.ifu iiuoy ;u«l 1'ahn- olive. :! liars Sunny Brook Pound SNOWDRIFT iRACKEE Crystal White or P & G 10 Bars Self Rising 24-lb, sacfi JLABD SALT •S-i.l). Tittl i'urc S-1J). 1'nil Comnoiiiul Diamond • Crystal. 2-0/.'. Sh;ikcr li Fresh Pig 3 Pounds LINK SAUSAGE POEK CHOPS ( rnlt'r Ctiis. Small l.oiin. I'ouinl (iuuuinc Sprinif. I.ORS 32c; Snnul- dcv 2f)i-. Slew, rotiiul PORK ROAST Fancy Fat Full Dressed BEEF ROAS r Fancy K G Beef Tliick Rib, Ib. Sliced Wilsons, Sb, Pure Ib. I2,Jc Gcnipoimd ib. For Boil- Ib.

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