The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1931 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 20, 1931
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. BLYTHEVJLLE. (ARK.)' COURIER N E WS FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 1031 : : "The Land of Beyond" Have you ever heard ol the Land of Beyond, 'That dreams at Use gates of the day? Alluring It lies at the skirls of the .skies, • And ever so far away; Alluring It calls:. O yc the yoke 'galls, And ye of the trail overtone!, With saddle and pack, by noddle >nd track, Ltt's go to the Land of Beyond! Have you ever stood where the '.silences bfoo<l, And vast (he horizons begin. Atr.lhe dawn of the day lo be"hold far away The goal you would strive for •and win? Yet ahl In. the night '.vlien you .gain the height, With tho vast pool of heaven star-spawned, Afar and-'Bglcam, like a valley of dream,' Still mocks you a Land of Buyond • —pobcrt W. Service. May Queen- Copies of Famous Paintings Will Be on Exhibition Her' FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY To Have Story Hour. There wjll be a lice story hour at Hie Blythevllle library in the morn- InB'at 10:30 o'clock with Miss Delia puftle Celling several stories appropriate lor children from five lo nine years ot age. 1-anjc P. T. X. Metis. The Langc Parent-Teacher association has announced Uiat hot lunches will be Eervcil free to children of this school lor the remainder, of the school year. Funds lor this project were donated by the Duo" Cason post ol the American | Legion. At the meeting ol Ilils'group yesterday afternoon, at. the school, Mrs. T. E. Tnte, president, of the coiurty council, gave an address. She.told ol.the district, meeting at,.: Earlo and of the national meeting In .Hot Springs. '. Miss Gladys.Hardln read a paper on Saint Patrick and a reading was giv.en by Miss Marie Moon. • The dollar prize for the room having ttie.most mothers In attendance went to Miss Hardln's room. Had Club. Mrs. Doyle Henderson was hostess to the Young Matrons Bridge club and one guest, Mrs. Charles Wylle, Thursday afternoon. Hosiery went to Mrs. Victor Bray lor; the high score prize after five 1 games of contract. DWiclous • rrtPttbumria-ot gr»pe< fruit salad, nut bread, olives mid coffee were served. •- • .- * ? .* Clnb His Guests. Members of the Mid-Week Bridge • club; Mrs. A. C. Ward, Mrs. J. H. Elkins and Mrs. Roland Green were guests of Mrs, Cecil Shane Tbe Dlytiicvllle Delphian society i Is sponsoring an art exhibit to be Blven in (Ills city April 1C. 17 and IB In connection with the year's art program In Mississippi county schools under the supervision ol Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, county supervisor. 'Hie. same display will be Bivcn In Osceola April 13, 14 and 15 with the Osceola Progressive club In charge. are to be awarded by the Mississippi County Federation of i WoijiOiVn Clubs with Mrs. James B. jC'liuk, chiiiiman of tho child wcl- ! Jare. nml Mrs. F. P. Jacobs of Grl- Ider, art chairman. I The program Is divided Into four 1 contests. In contest A there will be kodak iioses and In content 15 btorlc.s Hill be submitted of-pictures inxl artists. The picture memory contest, to be held at the cily high school on Saturday morning. April j 18, Ls contest C. Eucli school cn- jtcrlng the contest will send a team Spring can't bo no very far behind of five pupils, one from each grade because .students at Duke Culver 'lly, Durliam. N. C., have already cbor.n lovely Elizabeth Caldwell, above, to be their Queen ot May. A member of the staff of two university Journals, Miss Cnldwell will be crowned In elaborate ceremonies on May 2. She is 8 resident ol Monroe, N. C. from the fourth through the eighth. The pupil will be expected lo name the picture, nrlist and school of painting, or country, of pictures displayed. The fourth contest Is for Hemlance, with the school having the largest per centagc ot attendance at the exhibit. the 150 noted paintings Bits of News Mostly Personal Thursday for bridge game. luncheon and Mrs. .Mallnda Webb, who was stricken with 11 light stroke of paralysis Sunday, Is slowly Im- iroving. Miss Mary Emma Hood will fa to Gainesville. Ark., tomoriow to spend tho week-end with her fnm- y. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Demon and family have moved to the Edsai G. Harris home on West Mali street. Mrs. Sara Hcarn. mother of Harry Henrn, Is seriously ill at her home on Chlcknsawbn avenue. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Ganskc will have ns their gucsls for the weekend Mr. and Mrs. John R. Tansll, Mr. mid Mrs. Hubert Fly and SMI, of Memphis, r " cr?cll ! 'Slinne. accomiinnled by J. F. Roderick of Leaclivillc and J. M. Hullon of Manila, returned today from St. Louts where they attended to business. Mrs. Joe Meyers has ns her guests Mrs. Juke Simon of Tru- mnnn and Mrs. Bill Gn(-<, of M;m- will be: "PlUjruns Going to Clmrciv by Doiifhlon, "The Seng of the Lark" by Breton, "Dance of the Nymphs" by Corot, "The Last Supper" by Da Vinci, "Blue Boy" 05 Gainsborough, "Avenue of Trees' by Hobbcnw, "Christ and the Doctors" by Hoffman, "Children of Ih: Sea" by Israels, "The Gleaners" b' Millet, "Children of the Shell b ; Murillo, "Feeding the Birds" by Millpt, "The Boy and [he Rnulll" ifip! by Uaeburn, "Aye ol Innocence" by ! £\ licynolds, "Fighting Tcmeiatrc" by 'urner; "Sir Oalahad" by Walls, Slsline Miidonna" by Sanli. Rules for the art program con-1 est follow: I Contest A Kodak picture poses. There must; x at least one picture from each" radc. No school may have more lian 10 pictures In the booklet. I' A framed picture will bs given very school that submits n kodak ooklct. The Osceola Progressive lub will e've a picture ' to the school submitting Hie best koilak ooklct. Contest 11 I. Primary division, Grades 1 .to 3. Each grade must have stories of wo pictures and artists. The Del-! >hlan club'of Dlythcrlllc will give' framed picture to the primary livlfiion that submits HIP best book- ct of stories. II. Intermediate division, Gra:lcs I to 8. Each grade must have stories of two pictures and artists. Thn Delphian club of Blytlieviilc wlllj jive a framed picture to the in-1 tonncdiale division that submits; :he best booklet of stories. , Contest C The picture memory contest will be- Held at Blytlieviilc high scliinl, Saturday morning at 10 o'cloi-k April 18. Each school entering the contest will send a team of five-1 puplli, one from each grade from j 4lh through 8th. The pupil will be expected to name the picture, r,rt- Ut, and school o! painting <or country) of pictures displayed. The pictures will be selected from the list for all grades. Prizes The County Federation of Women's clubs will give n. large framed picture to the school whose makes the highest score. A b'.i:(ou Yellow Fruit pound APPLES _ GREEN CABBAGE Rome lieauty or Winesap Pound Pound 2jc CARROTS liiinch 5c Srapefruit Florida Sweet H for 1 OlEO phis. They return home to- It was nn Enstei' party with miniature Easter chicks flankin» the centerpiece of Jonquils and lenis for the laco-covcred table. Yellow tapers in silver holders, added to the pretty decorations. Blue glassware was used In tho delicious two course menu served. In the bridge gamrs which fol-! lowed Mrs. H. A. Smith won the' club prize, a back vase, and hand matte handkerchiefs went lo Mrs. A.'C. Ward for high guest award. • • « • Visitors Complimented Mrs. Thomas W. Miller of Hat- tlesburg, Miss., aiid'Mrs. Joj Kirby, of Paragould, were gucsij of honor at a bridge party given yesterday afternoon by Miss Katlicr- ine Ixtwler. The four tables were arranged with green and yellow organdie covers which carried out a springtime motif also seen in the green topers and spring blossoms. Mrs. Marvin Chapp-': Ton the prize, hosiery, and both honored guests were presented silver trays. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. 9. W. McCutchen. served a delicious dEssert with angel food cake and cof/ec. : morrow nflcr scvenil days stay. Mrs. J. J. Davis KiU Mrs. J. H. Fisher motored to Caruthers yesterday. A. M. Butt, accompanied by Farnswouh Black, went to si. Louis today to consult his spsclal- ist. Lost Cane News Miss Ruby Williams euteitalnci a large number of friends Sunday with a picnic. Hughcy McCannon's daughter Is seriously 111 wllh pneumonia. Mrs. H. P. liawson ha das her 3uesls Sunday afternoon Misses Veach, Bell Grey, Mrs. liaughmau nnd Sum Piincher ami Bertie Grey. Oscar and Floyd Dmsmo-e motored to Manila Saturday evening. Mrs. Jimmy Caldwcll died Bunday utiernoon at her home here nf- ter an Illness of several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bourland visited their daughter, Mrs. Homer Boren Sunday. Misses Mac and Florence Densmore had as (heir guest Sunday .Misses Elbie and Albic Ryan. Weldon McCnmi and family mo- torod to Maniiii Saturday evening Miss Oilie Lnfnrey hod ns he. , „. .„. —„.„„, „, „,. „. ,.,„ „,- RiicsL Sunday, Miss Elnora McCal-1 ficc of the" County Department o? Icy. Gold Ribbon 2 I'ounds 25 c OYSTERS Head, No. 1 Can TUNA FISH WhitcSlar ^ Golden Bantum No. OCp 2 can, Limit 3 cans £ Ju Lettuce Large Heads LEMONS •W.s Sunkist Uo;:cn POTATOES Wyoming- Hest Pound ONIONS Ked or Spanish found Guaranteed Fresh Dozen TOILET PAPER Waldorf Roll SALMON Or Mackerel Tall Can PEARS Libby's Large Cans Early June No. 2 can, limit 3 can PEACHES& APPLES Ev grilcj PRUNES SEOEffiE •10 to 50 •1 Pounds STRING BEANS No. 2 Can o* Cans 2Sc SPAGHETTI Franco American No. 2 Can SAUERKRAUT Lai nS s Re «chnut, M-Oz. Itotfle 22c , 8-Oz. fiolllc "(Bird Reserve Habitat for 78 Different Species SALT LAKE CITY, Utah. (UP) Mrs. May L. Aldrldge, who has |~The Bear River marsh, great bird been ill several days, is better. |reserve In north central Utah, is: Pvospective Teachers Take Exambations Here There arc 13 white and four gro would-be 'teachers of Mitslss ippi. county, schools tr.kiua th teachers examinations here toda nnd Saturday, 'mis is an nverae number for the spring exams, ac cording to Miss Lula Scott, clerk o the county department ol educa lion. • .Mr. and Mrs. William Barowsky, f Manila, who have Just returned om their honeymoon trip, were n the cily yesterday. Mrs. Koath Ilnrwarg, Mrs. Morris ilverfleld ar.ti Mrs. Adolpli Weln- xrg. of Osccoia, shopped here ycs- erdny. Mrs. A. While, of Senath, Mo., hopped here yesterday. ' Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Gee ire in Memphis today. They will ;c accompanied home by Mrs ice's mother, of Lake village. Ark. John Latch, of Memphis, attcnd- 'd to business in the cily ycbtcniay. Mrs. J. A. rigg and daiislitc-r. of Osccoln, were gucsli of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Greene yesterday. W. J. Pollard is r.bic to be up following several dajs Illness. C. \v. AHllck is expected to re- urn today from a business trip to St. Louis. Mlfs Edna Carrclt, who has been ill feveral days, is no better. Anita Stracke. daughter of Mrs Louis Stracke. is 111 at ihc home ol Mr. and ^trs. Joe Isnacs. J. C. Noah, of Memphis, is attending to business here for severs days. Byron Mackay. of Caruthcrivillc was in the cily last night as th, guest of Miss Katb.erine~Lav.lcr. Mrs. Roland Green is in Osceol: today attending a bridge luncliroi given by Mrs. George Ballcw. Mrs. joe Kirby and her daugh ie habitat for nt laist 78 dufer:ni >ecies of bird. 1 ;, according to Geo. Mushback. superintendent oi ie refuse and connected with the nilcd Stales Biological survey. The iircst bird yet found is the "Hud:ly "Urnstone." n shore bird and water. "S. We have no time to write an ad, but want you to know that we have hundreds of NEW Arriving today and tomorrow to sell at $4.95,^10.00 and $16.50 CRAND PHONE 22O to very child who makes a perfect 6 Small or 3 Large Cans Hostess or Libbys. Large Ccnkst D Open lo all schools, grades 1 to 12. A large framed picture will b; } largest per centagc; o[ attendance MATCHES ex hibit. Suggestions 1. The names of all pupils who Blven..In the- preface ol the 'boois-5 .»..--.-•• . 2: 'Accuracy. 'neatness nnd Macaroni; Spajjliettl or Noodles |? — nality should be stressed. 3. Encourage ns many children ns ixjssible to take part. •1. For other dr-lalls rend !hc first bulletin that was sent out. 5. Call on Miss Turner lor fur- Canova, Deans, Maxwell House, Sunnv lirook. Can Crystal VVhite or P & G 10 Bars evening, ther Informntion or Education before April 17. A fee will be charged fo: this , exhibit, School children and tcach- jeis ICc; adults 25e. Hillsdale Sliced N T o. 2 Can Cane and Corn 10-Li). Pail Fresh Home Killed Pound Full Cream BAKING POWDER You save in using KC. Use LESS than ol high priced brands. Sliced lilai-khavvk, 1.1). 25c Wiison Sliced, found Htiimpctl Beef Pound Swift's 1'icm. Whole or Half. JJj. Swift's Circle S. I'itnic Fresh Home Killed, pound K - C. lieef Thick Uih i»onnil Full Dressed Pound Pure 12ic Cumpound MONROVIA, Cal., (UP) — COIl- truction of a $100 garage ended n nothing but grief for J. E Cole. After STcnring a permit in Mon- ovln, it was discovered, among ither things, lhat the structure was built on 12 Icct of Monrovia properly and the balance was in leighboring Arcardin. The two owns have different building c«:os nnd Cole found lie would have to wet (hj requirements on each kiif of his garage, or change its location. tcr in law, Mrs. J R. Klrby. ro- turr.cii to Pnr.igould this morning after a brief visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Samii/?! P. Norris l.avc as their guest for days, Mrs. Frank Y. Love, of Ton Smith. Ark. DKS. i\.lES &- MES OSTF.OI'ATHIC PHYSICIAN'S Hemorrhoids iPILESi, Vnricosfd Veins ulso Skin Cjn.-rrs and Mnllgnnnt Moles removed ttithcut surgery. \Ve.ik antl F.iiien Ar'clies Corrected. OfTicc 514 Main I'lion AND

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