The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 26, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 26, 1931
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PAGE TWO BI/YTHgVILLE, (ARK,)' COURIER NEWfr Society Calendar CAL SATURDAY— .... S&i Tiie couniy council o( Women's Demonstration clubs is mecliiiB ut the club house with members 01 the Burdette club as hostesses. Koderick-Newinan Miss lone Mue towman, ter of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Newman, Bud Mr. Earl Roderick, of Leach- vllle, were married yesterday afternoon at the home of Hi? bride's paicnts. The Rev. Alfred S. Harwell, pastor of the Firsl Baj>tl« church, said ihe ring ivrcmony nt 6:30 o'clock before memtors 01 Hie two families. Tlie bride was attractive In a skipivcr blue scorgcllc frock made wltn n long circular skirt and trimmed with frencli Incc nt Die-. );cck _'and sleeves. Her accessories i were In beige- I Immediately after the ceremony I Mr. Roderick and his bride motor- i cd to Hot Springs for several days stny. Upon Iheir reliirn they wilt be at home at llie RwurlcK ' at Lo'achvllle. Mrs. Roderick, who -... 'school here, had been casiu>. •, Barnes Nil Wa Clcaneis for it-'. Bils of News Mostly Personal port, La., where he will visit his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hodges. Mrs. A. M. Unit went lo St. Louis today lo he. with Mr. Dull who Is . at a hospital (here. lib condlllon U ! no worse. Mv.s. Jl. A. Klctoan, formerly ofi if re nnd now of Hlarksvillc. Miss.,' :•> the yik'.st of Mr. and Mrs. H. A.] Klil::m j Miss I'jiilinc Lans has relumed; fj'::n St. LMI!S where she purchas-: ,-''. :.;oc* for the fashion. | M'SO litlie WliltslU nnd K. 13. I ; man v.-i'ri: in Memphis last ni^hl • Love nucl" at Osceola • Society—Personal THURSDAY, MARCH 20, licro tills week, and the following local members of the bar: H. L. Naming Joe Clay Young, D. Frc< Taylor Jr., James Coston, D. F. Taylor, \V. W. Prcwilt, A. S. Rogers, O. B. Segravcs, Bruce Ivy, J. T. Coston, A. p. Barliam, c. t. Sullcngcr, E. s. Driver. Other giicsts were Marcus Fcilz, court repoiter, and Mrs. Charles Drake. Miss Virginia Florida is seriously 111 at her home here following an attack of influenza complicated by a heart trouble. Miss Merrill Miller has returned lo Tutwllcr, Miss., where she is leadline Latin and history on llic high school faculty, after a few duys visit wllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Miller, in Osceola. j L. C, Huffman, vice president of the liarnsdall Refining company o; ;Tuka. Okla., was a business visitor Jin Osceola Tuesday. John R. Miller, who lias been en- ngcd In (lie 'cotton busir^ss in .;:; n:i., ,ii:iiil u rL!iiii in which Ethel i ante nl a !>. T. A. meetlne this year, i " a , llass ' T "" du .'' lnif '.'"; t[)t 'f»'W- . Danjmijrc |!l:sy.'-il Ihe leading role.! when the grade school monthly I j *• ~ :• _ lcllllTOa to 1LS ™me j Mr.<. ]>. H. Campbell and Mis. i meeting was held yesterday after- otmany. i Jai-k (ii-iaW, of Parnguiild, arc'.noon, and Miss Winnie Turner, ol Curtis or Miss Hello Wliltslll to- Illythcvllle, rural school supervisor tiny I of Iho couniy, addressed the mem- j Mrs. N. Lternsleln, of Ltixora, bers on Ihe subject, "Motion Plc- ' shopped here yesterday, lures nnd Hce:/;atlon," and -Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Newman of Jackson-; Joe Rhodes made a talk on the ina- vll!.\ Kin., i|)cnl the first ol Hit; tion picture problem which she ; week here wllh Mia. K. E. Alex- 1 termed, "A Mother Looks nt the | under ami olhcr friends, enroute • home from Kansas City. Mrs. Sarah ' McCutclien, ut Slxty-lwo'members and four vls- llors comprised Hie largest attend- I Campbell, Mo., Is the guest of Mrs. never suspect ISial this j O. W. McCulclien and family, j....rosier is (he boldest, baddesl Misses Willie A- Lawson. Lula years. Thj bridegroom, ctivcd his later education at Slate jean Teachers college of Cape Gltar-jlor posing, who re-1 co 1 *boy In the block, bill a costume > Rcolt at Slate i can do wonders II one has a knnck ' parkc Frances Miller and Frances Parker were In Memphis last night poiing Is Dudley 'for lilhcl Barrymore's piny. They *v..v..^., ™^ -. „..,.. - ..... i ....... ..... - . deau, Mo., and Soulhwestern unl-|]r.'s specially. Ho Is the 5-year-oUi | were accompanied by Miss Dm- verslly at Memphis, is the son of I son of Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Lynch ; zllla Kent, slalc home economist, Mr. and >lrs. J ,P. Ilo;lerick of; of Osceola, and a grandson of Mr. j who was reluming from a tour of ' Movies." Lcachvillc- He was forim-ay cashier of ihe Bnnk of LcaclMlle. Aid Society Meets Mrs. William Lang and Mrs. Adolph Meyers were hostesses to members and visitors of the Jewish Ladles Aid last evening when ami Mrs. J. T. Coslon. ; this county. Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Terry and California Starts War On Pine Bark Beetles SAN FRANCISCO. (UP) — A jacO.CCO drive lor blguer and betlcr California pine trees has been launched by U. S. foresters in this The first grade rhythm band i district wilh funds provided by a rendered several selections, nnd j congressional appropriation for the group singing by the members In- j eradication ot pine bark beclles. terspcrscd llie program. A chorus I The foresters and department of of fourUi, fifth nnd sixth grade pupils sang the "Kerry Dance." Al Ihe business session Mesdamcs J. II. Hook. E. S. Driver and J. S. McCains were appointed n nominating committee to nominal* officers for next year who will 1 be elected at the April meeting. The the Adolescent nnd Correlating Tills Age WHH ihe Love ; of Nature" was Miss Boll Williams' j subject lor a talk. I The juvenile orchestra, nccom- i . . . . . today. They will be accompanied monthly for the grade having the - lnrBCSl atlendance was The roll call was answered current events and the I":-' 1 . : program was given: i 1 ; B'Nal B'rilh Wort, Unum; piano solo, . Nichols of Osceola; \ .-..^ ':•- Mrs. Walter Rosentiial UUUU.P.-..I-, ied by Mrs. N. Bernstein ol Lux-! , ora; duet, Mrs. Rose Goldberg und|>- •>• A.s imn dauihter, Miss Rulh Goldbetg, ol bummer Hiiunii-up. Osceola; Reading, Miss Hoas Huu- Mrs. N n. Menard. liner who ment ni, following several weeks ago. He Is now much. receiving trent- ] awarded the Ilrst, grade nnd « sim- Ihe Methodist liospltnl a nervous breakdown Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. White hod cnslcln of Osceola. In the business session Mrs. William Barowsky of Manila was welcomed as a cws, rendered several selections v.d In Ihe social hour the hosl- Mes.lnmes C. E. Crlgsor, C. j : and W, C. Colston ssrvved I M 1 . 3 ;"\viiilc's"motlicrrMrs." W.~"H. . - .-elrcsliinunlK. ,. , , ' Jones, of Paragould. Mrs. Harry :,.,:. R. Slcadm:in presided In , Jmws motored over for hcr ycs- II.c brief business session. tcrday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Wright had ! as their gi;ests WcdncEdnv . Mrs. . , I Wilet Wolf and Mrs. J(ick Frilz, slate chair-. or paragould- man ot llic summer round-up cam-1 Mra _ Bo ^, Cromor nm i Mrs . E Tl . palgn ol the Arkansas Congress ol j i>|,niip s . of Osceola, shopped here Pni-ents nml " ' - ' - | . _. .1 D. Harrison, who un, major operation at the Methodist hospital tills Is resting very good this M rs . most thorough ever conducted Eeveral yesrs, was a welcomed vis- who are to cnler school next fait, ilar award went also to the. third grade, who lied with Ihe first for atlendance nt, yesterday's meeting. Announcement was made of the county rural school meet to be held here on April llth, the nrt 'xhibtl on April 13, 14 and 15, ami lie next monthly meeting of the '. T. A. on the fourth Wednesday n April, when Miss Willie Lawson ot Ulytheviltc, 'county school hu- lerlntciidenU will bl_> the princl- lal siicaker on the program. • • # Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Gladlsh lost evening entertained members of he Osceoln Bar association with a six o'clock dinner at their country tome west of town. The guests included Hep. w. J. Driver of Osceola, Judge Neil Killongh of Wynne, Delicious refreshments were serif ved which carried ont Ihe Easter idea as did the attractive decorations of yellov/ and white enhanced with jonquils. -.'it secure the names ol nil children. Earluun, who came for her JTS- who will enter school In September, j tcrday. Through the cospsralioti of par- ' Mrs. A. C. Ward spent Ttiesdaj ents in each community K Is hoped ! nnd Wednesday in Campbell and to have children vaccinlilcd Ions i Kcnnctl, Mo., where she was call- before schtol opens and to have I cd by the death of hcr uncle, health corrections made early in the Mrs. Russell Phillips spent, yes- summer as well. terday in Memphis. Club Metis. Mrs. Rives Allen entertained th: Matinee Bridge club end one guest, Mrs. Jess While, Wednesday nfier- jioon. In the conlract games Mrs, Francis Carpenter won the high score prize; a set of lab'.e markers, nml the guest, received n handkerchief. The hostess served cherry pie a la, mode with hot tea. * • t : Counts; Council ' ! JVill Meet Here. I Officers of Farm Women Demonstration clubs throughout the county will gather here Saturday for an all day meeting nt the Wo- - man's club wh/jn oflictrs of the Burdette club will be hostesses. ; 'llie county co'.mcil hns meetings - monthly. Club Has Guests. Mrs. W. B. Tanner was hostess to ": the Wednesday Bridge club ;uid a '••: number of guesls, making four tables of players, at the home of her The cooperation of coim.ty health I Rives Allen has returned from units in this project Im.s brcn i business trip lo Jonesboro for sev- pledged by Dr. C. W. Garrison, jcral days. agriculture workers must take drastic measures to stamp out the beetles, which cnnso damage es-1 Imnlcd at $1,000,000 annually. Th? j principal method of extermination ' to fell nil Infested trees and i burn tire bark, which contains the ' insects. ' ; In the summer, according to foresters, il is unnecessary to cut down trees, as Ihe bark may to peeled and the insects killed by placing the bark In Ihe hoi sun. No satisfactory metlicd of chemical Irealment has been Pine beetles b:re through the.E bark and lay eggs In sap tissues. 11 Soon galle.-ies fur liie eggs en- j circle llie Irce, causing Us death, j I NEST SETS HOUSE OX F1IIE '' I.ODI, Cal., iLT> — Mrs. Oliver Higgle discovered n bird's nest on i top of her back porch. So she'.J tcok a garden r!ike and trier! lo iiiove It The nest proved to be on an electric swilcli, and the short circuit set Ihe house afire. Neighbors helped put out Ihe blaze. Afler experimenting for five years, an Omaha physician has bred wingless and almost clawless chickens, which he believes will be who is presiding over circuit courtjprolific egg producers. from within with this new strength I Crawford Noble, of Jonesboro, is attending to business here for a few days. E. D. Gillen left loiiny for Shreve- state health officer. In this county the health unit is already conducting examinations and assisting in ;he round-up work. It has been pointed out that this Miss Jlaiy Rink, Cleanlier, N. T., NTlicj: "My lace was blemished vrith many plmplrs. No treatment I used did them any good. I also hnd bolls. Jily appetite Tvas poor. IMy iTdght '.Tas oft' and I iclt nervous. Alter taking 5.S.S. my complexion cleared up beautifully. My appetile Improved. I now icst vfelt at nEght anil am sreatly benefited In, every i*ay." You, too, will want to take S.S.S. Select the lirsei size as U holds double llie f]uantity and represents a price laying. Q S.S.S. Co. pring take S.S.S. Tonic project, which lias been carried on for the pas', five, years, is one or '• the inosl important health activi- | tics' of the Congress. While physi-, cat examinations oflcn reveal Iho j fact that many children are 100! per cent In health and thai the] majority ot defects are rated ns: minor, still in many cases co::ip!!- i cations which nrrr! ip'inwliaic ;•'.-' tenticn arc often bro:u".it t:> ('.:•: nltcut:on cl pr.-i-n..,. ^., \vho lor :::-.'fiTil S : tins Ivcu ni-iivcly Intcif^lctl'B In the profit.,? ci r.uon 1 -l'c,-ictK-" -m projects,_ w.,s Icnr.evly piv^Hi.'ii r . o:'iS llie JeffeVson Ccmity P. T. A. t;ni:i- . cil and is HOT president of ihe' Junic-r High p. T. A. as well as stnte chninnan of the slimmer [ roinid-up campaign. • , * • * : Guests at Chili. mother, Mrs. T. J. Marian. | Mrs. Fred Fowler. Jonquils and lace fern, arranged . Smith and Margaret Cro^i were! in green bowls and silver basket. gi:?r,! s O r Mrs. Randolph Smith made lovely decorations lor three rooms arranged for tin- games. . High score prizes, hos:?r. . Mrs. Farnsworth Blacl: : . honors, and to Mrs. Sanv.iol ; Norris for guest aw.ird. :;efc!ay afteriiDon «l:m she I rir.erlnincd the new Weclnes- j ','THrart club. '. i'.ie card games Mr.;. Dixi: j .lord won a t.\blo cnunber set high nmons Ihe members and , .. i £"Cst wenl lo Miss Cress who A frozen fruit salad, sandwiches i received cards. and coffee was sorvsd to the mem- j The hostess served a dainly .'Mad bers and these guests: wilh collee. Edgar Boriim, J. Ne?.l Gcscll. Bcr-' ! nard Gooch, W. D. Chi.>^!in jr.. i O. W. I..v,..v!.,= Fo- j WoniEn C ley, Uoss D. Hughcii. Elton w. Kir-1 Tr by, Samuel P. Norris and Iv'..>: M: Louise Taylor. + • • Enter !a his Guests. ! Members of the E:itre Noui Bridge club were entertained ty Mrs. Tom Heaton Wednesday afternoon. In Ihe card games M— '" Blue won the prize. The hostess scr.'.- salad with tuna f. , and hot tea. » • » Obsmt Fathers Nighl. Years of Work on Quilt, HEXDKYSnunO. O. (UP)—S3-! Kill Thompson worked cr, her n'.nll: in I IK sceluslDii of her little horn:' on the hilbidc near here lor 03 '< years. No-.v U-.e tiuil: is finished •'.'.:! tuck^l av,ay in a hi»,.- b?x - ^:ice was her hope c:.cs'.. i 'i):;an pircin- tojethcr ih; hope dies! as a ::irl. - .-- -> just after Uic clc-r' of Hi? ,0111! War. But something hap- IPcncd and her hope never was fu!- fillc;!. .so ll:c quilt lay wuo'.iohcd ll The Armorel Junior High p.irent- for iv.any years Teacher association observed Fath-| Then, sof™ :>o a»o. she !>:- crs Night last Thursday cvcnir.3 | gan work on IV.e nnilt n;:.i;r.. sin ttith a program on "The Science u.'. c.ireniUy. • filled Hie Mnira-fi [i- Life Through Llvin? Thines" when I gather," acccrcfiag to the p-,lio;u lathers of students were gucsls o: i fho had dc-ssi-.cil. Thv \vavk \v;n. iionor. _ J:lo\v. but 11 was Sar.ih's hie -.vovk Miss Willie A. Lavson, .county i for she never leU Ijcr h'.Ur lijnrj fiuperintendent, spoke on "The Sct- en ce of Lite Tlirough Nature" and tlic same Iheme also ta^cn up by Mrs. C. E. Crigger. "Under- except lo buy of thread or food for hc an ocrasimial s;xi! r canaries. Tr.e proeer nnd ilio co.\*. were her only callers. Prices On All Easter Apparel Now Reduced An entire Spring Outfit imiy now be bought in this shoppc at a great saving—yet with perfect assurance of last minute style and the fine workmanship and material for which our clothes are known— Sale prices will be made on Coats, Dresses, Millinery, and other wearing apparel. BKZf Pre-Easter Offering o tAS \J ^ for Men, Women and Children All Are Outstandin Lovely New Frocks Gay floral patterns in prints and cvepea for afternoon and street wear, -featuring many new novel effects in sleeve, sash and collar.,We know youTl like them and we're sure you'll want two or more at these prices. t In 4 Popular Price Groups $*$95 $195 $| Pre-Easter Offering of Sport or dress styles in fine light woolens and tweeds. Graceful new collar, cuff and belt effects. Values that will amaze you. Spring Silk Sale Solid Crepes, all colors. Yard 98c Printed Shantung, ail popular shades. Per yard $1,69 Printed Pongees. Per yard 79c Peter Pan Cloth, all new shades. Guaranteed fast colors. Yard 9c /"elty Slippers Dozens of New Styles ^v\ «K!\A fSf^ Smig fitting I'ttnips ;ni(l Sti';'.p.s Voi- every ff Spring Costume, ['articulttv women will v , lint!- here :i plc-iising sirniy t'rom wliith to &$£ select.. a Full Fashioned Lovely New E HATS Smnvt 1031 colors in Felt. Felt nnd Straw, P,i!nii and Par.aiiialnc. $150 $.|95 Iloth service weiglit ;tnd sliecr. Every Spring shade. MEN'S HATS- XiiVv Si-nntf -Foils in Soft Greys, other popular and seasonable colors („ PI7, $1.' ONE SPECIAL GROUP Coats—$12.95 and $25 values at SCT and 8 Sale on Special Hosiery Numbers Low Prices on Misses and Children's Coats and Dresses SISTERS SHOFFE Warner Bros, and Formfit Corselettes Men! You Can Dress Well at Loio Cost Here ClIRLEE SUITS Tailored to tit perfectly. In every wanted I'alirie, color and pattern. rt-Wy Otiiov .irtiotl Miits thai will t-'ive :,-'>-,. / y OU moMl ' ns O j service for these iwpular imces. I $14.95 $19,75 Dress Trousers i>" for dres.-i or evei Giiitrimlccd to (it mi' $2.98 lo $4.95 Mcns Shoes A spivial line ol real lealliLT Oxiurils fur men \viio aiiprcciate tli'L-osy, bub.-itiinlial looUvear. $3.95 Hiifh quality' Novelty Oxfords for ni:n at $4.15 Olhur jiooti wearing siioe.-. Only Trousers for dres.-i or every clay wear. Guaranteed to (it and well. t{)Ult ?.Icn';. Shirts, fast colors, JO Has Served You Right Since 1902

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