The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 17, 1931 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 17, 1931
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FAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 17, 1931- Society Calendar -; "!5i Saturday ' . Tfe| library will sponsor the slory hoitr.jfor children at 10:30 o'clock. , Tjgrc »'H1 be a story hour al the -. library for clilldrcu beginning at 'clock. Club-His Guest Mrs! John Riggs of Little Rock, lioifeeguesl ol Mrs. A. Conway, was the; guest of the Mid-Week: Bridge club -^yesterday when Mrs. J. Louis Chejrly entertained with the weekly luncheon and contract game. The luncheon table was adorned i and narcissus in attractive arrangements denoting the color Bchj>nie of purple and white which was, 'plso emphasized in tlic choice springtime menu. Mrs! H: A. Smith won the prize •and Jlrs. Riggs was'also presented a gift. « » • Entertains dub Mejinbcrs of the Thursday Luncheon! club nritl one guest, Mrs. Karl of Springfield, Mo., were guests of.Mrs. J. A. Leech yeslcr day. '.; Luncheon was forvcd al a table arranged wtli a variety of'flowers typical of a southern springtime vrith'! the two shades of lavender Eeev jin'Ihe.'lilacs and Iris whlcli .decorated Ihe entire.lower lloor. Lingerie went 1 to Mrs. Koonti for'.the prize in the bridge games. i-l: '' •. ' «' '•' Entjrrfain B. Y. f. U. Tlic- Senbr B Y. P. U. of the Sccon'd Baptist church was enicr- '• taiijcct by-Mr. and Mrs. Honey Chifna lasl evening for a parly. After amusing contests ant games delicious refreshments were fervid to; the • 11 present. T '-. • » • Has; Club .AfrJ- Max B..Reld was hostess to the! Young Matrons Bridge club Thnrstlay atternoon at the home of firs. W. C. Higglnsou. Naiciisus maft<?i pretty decorations for the homt.j ItC-the card games Mrs. Victor Bray.-vyon bathpowder for the przc ; A' v 7frozen salad was served will: cakeV.anil Iced tea.- Society Has An "" """ly. Meet Inc. There were 13 members and ten .visi(orj ot the Woman's-Missionary society of the Yarbro Melhodis chureti present'yesterday for an all day^ [nieetmg - at the home of Mrs Zoa, Thompson. • ; The-morning w^js spent HI quilt ing ! tod .after.. Hie ^i-UciousXJ.unch eoiittfierved at' noon, Iher'e was J social-hour before the regular programs; After the song "Sweet Hour o: • Prayer," Mrs. L. Wheeler offeree prayerj Mrs..G. E. Swain read the mingles, Mrs. A. S. Dcen gave the devotional taken from Matthew Mark/and Luke. Mrs. C. Wudlcy an< Mrs^,'Carrie Miller, of Ixjne Oak "sang,a duet. Mrs. H. H. Hood and MrsiiLcna Boyd discussed Ihe lop':c "Illilteracy and Its Background." In<thc business session seven new members were enrolled and the sum of si.24 collected, for Ihe flowc Late^ in. the afternoon refresh- merits,'which emphasized the spring color's;: were served. >.. • * • Women's Committee Meets. The: women's committee ot the Arkansas-Missouri Power company in iMs district held its bi-monthly meeting last evening in this city. For'Ihe program these subjects werS.";discussed: "J. L. Madden's Address" to the Pennsylvania Electric •-Light Association," Miss La. Ver^rfe Hood; "Figuring Domestic Bills&Miss Alberta Ross: "History of Uje Company," Jfiss Clara Ruble; ';'7 "America's New Frontier," Mi54;,:Eiinice Jenkins; "A Message From-'the Management," o. P. 1W meeting, scheduled for a weclc--ago at the.same lime of the general employes education meel- ing,,ifas poslponcd nnlll this week tr \ * « * Compliments Visitor Wltiifi Dinner Tarty. : Misj Maycie Southall, professor of jlemenfary education at Pea• body ^college, Nashville, Tenn., was Ihe truest of honor at A dinner given tjJLJliss Lula Scott, her host"ess, last evening. Miss Sotithall is spe\1- ing 'feveral days here while up- pearui; off programs ol Parent- Teaeher associations and teachers meetings. A.,mirrored base reflected the lovely shades of spring flowers uset for the centerpiece of the table a the .Hotel Noble. These blossoms sent- from the hostess 1 flower gnr dcn'of her former home nt Co lumfcla, Tenn., were flanked with splrea'which ran the length of th )ong;-table- and the pink tapers pjace. cards and nut cups empha sized this color note. The,- ten present for the fh course- menu were: Mrs. J. S. Me Cants and Mrs. C. L. Moore of Osccola', ..Mrs. T. E. Tale of Armorel, Mrs. R. N. Ware jr.. Miss Willie A. Lawson, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, Mrs. Roland • Green, Miss Cora . Lee .Coleman, Miss Soulhall and . Miss'SScott. ! . ! u- • * • • Eaajhtcr Born. Mr'.*»nd Mrs. A. B. Holland announce -the birth of a daughter this ;: nwrrildg. The baby, who weighed . seven, and Vhalf pounds, has been !.: nameil^ Betty . lAUf Holland. The ' 'wothCT and baby are at the Holland 1 — *•••- Ash.jst/eet. -..., Two Sides lo Evening Mode Strikingly "dlllcrenl" is the Worth evening gown thai is the last word, in Ihls season's flair for contrast. Beige cre|«j ronmin fashions one-hall while the oilier Is brown crcpo. Calculated lo make a Itidy look her slenderest, It has sweeping lines from the neckline to the floor, with, a most original decolletagc which fashions a pointed front neck with a diamante strap to keep the decollete togellicr, and practically a backless rear, with an elongated sparkling diamante center and two strands of color from the shoulder to it. A poult'Of brown aigrettes ornaments one shoulder. Brown barefoot d«nce sandals are worn wilh It. Miss Ross Will Leave Sunday for ; Speaking' Contest Miss Alberta Hoss, ilale winner o( Ihe public speaking contest sponsored by the National Electric association, will leave Sunday for Nfineral Wells, Texas., where she will participate in the soiitlnvesl- ern geographical division contest. The winner of this conlcsl goes lo Atlantic City in June for Ihe nalional event, lor which the first prize will be $1000 each for men and women and $500 each tor second awards. Miss Ross won in the district contest sponsored by the Arkansas- Missouri Power company held here before going to Hot Springs recently where she captured the state honors. O. P. Moss, general manager ol Ihe Arkansas-Missouri Power company, will also attend the contest program. He will leave Tuesday. Art Exhibit to Be Open at Gately Store Tonigh The art exhibit being held her Thursday, Friday and Saturday a i climax to Ihe arl program car tied oul In schools of Mlssissipp counly this year, will be open to night. The public is invited to vie' Ihesc 150 copies of famous master pieces at the Onlaly Store building Admission Is ten cents for students nr.fl teachers and 25 cents for adults. Funeral Tomorrow for Margie Mae Goiirley Fnnornl services will be held to- icrrow altcrnoon at 2 o'clock for Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. J. M Holly, of Memphis, is isitlng her daughter, Mrs. B, W. jinilh, and funily. Mrs. Smith is low better following a serious 111- icss. Misses Cora I.K Coleman, Mln- ilc Matthews and Clara Ruble and •Irs. Marie Illckman will go to \femphls tonight for a show. Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway have as heir guests [or a few days Mr. and drs. John Utegs, of Little Rock. From hcic they will go to Carulli- rsvllle. O p. Moss and T. G. Seal are •mending to business in Memphis oday. C. V. Sebangh Is expected to re- urn today from Little Rock and •Jcwpon where he has been translating business for several days. C. W. Aftllck and W. B. Tanner re expected to return today from nwcek's business trip t o points of Louisiana. Mrs. Otlo KochUtzicy, Mrs. James I. Bell and Mrs. Elton W. Klrby lave gone to at. Louis for severa days visit. They will return Slur day, Mrs. Ross D. Hughes, Mrs. R. P Kirshner und Mrs. Walker H. Bak cr are In Memphis today. Mrs. Byron Morse and two:sons Bill anil Byron, ure in Joncsbor for a two days visit with relative- while Byron Morse takes part in Lhe declamation contest of tile dls trlct high school meet. J. A. Leech underwent a tonsil cctomy at the Memphis Baptist hospital today. Mrs.. Leech and Miss Peggy McKcel avc with him. They o.xpcct to return homo tomorrow. Miss Lula Scott has as her guests for several clays Miss Maycie Southall, of Nashville, Tenn.; pro- of Nashville, 1 elcinciilar£.cd COllCM. . ; '' Osceoia Society—Personal A benefit bridge Windover Ten-ace, luncheon at the country homo of Mrs. P. P. Jacobs on Highway 61, south of Osccola, on Wednesday, April 22nd, beginning at 1 o'clock In the afternoon, will be an outstanding social event of Die season here and will usher in a series or similar social affairs si>onsorcd by Ihe William Strong chapter ol the Daughters of the American Revolution to raise funds for the fcssor ol elementary"., education at Penuody Mrs. Lois Saphian is able to re- tmnc work alter several weeks illness in the Memphis Baptist hospital. Associated wilh her now in beauty shop is Mr*. Mabel Outlaw, who formerly was manager of the' Red Ball Beauty shop. Mss Helen Gayle Ingersoll, of Memphis, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. C. il. Hall, and family, and Miss Hnzel Hnrdin. Miss Mary Alice Miller, of Osce- oia, Is at the McA~dani3 Beauty ^hop whlje Miss Frances .-SliulU U hi Memphis with her mother fho is' seriously ill. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Manatt anci son, Sam, nave gone to Iowa City, la., for a two weeks visit with relatives of Mr. Mnnott. Miss Hadle Moon Buntin, who has been spending several months with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Critz, .is reluming lo her home in Stark- vllle, Miss., this week-end. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Trotter have taken the lormcr Dcnton home on Hearn street. Mrs. nvaxton Bra^g of Osccola and her sister, Xfrs.. l J. H. Jfcnder- j son, of St. Louis, shopped here yesterday. Judge G. E. Keck and his court ienographer, H. G. TMrtlow, have etiirncd from Wynne where thev vcre in clcrcuit court. C. T. Kramer has gone to Joncs- boro tor Ihe annual district mcet- ng of senior high schools. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Dodson have as their guest for the week-end Mrs. Dodson's uncle, I. O. Runyan, of Llltle.Rock. largie Mac Gourley, 17 year old Services will to held al the lam- Rescrvntions may ly home with the Rev. Works and officiating. Inlcr- who is chairman ol nent will be made at Maple Grove Cobb Undertaking The deceased is survived by her Barents and one sisler. FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY A I I • Vreiih from Strawberries pHsc Kxttit I'lui'idii 4 for Large Hoads Each 8c Yellow Fruit 1'ound and Roils, Fresh Daily, Each 1>ctit 1>oi s No- 2 Cans TORN stam!ard Quality No. 2 Can PEACHES Evaporated 2 Pounds School Pupils Receive Physical Inspections Students of the Central and Sud- b'jry elementary schools have been ;lven their annual physical Inspections by Miss Ruth Taylor and Miss Mary Moore, nurses of the county health unit. Reports of nil defects found in the boys and girls of the city's grammar schools will VK sent their parents in • an effort lo have corrections made before school re- opens'in September. tlie marker fund, or with any member of the William Strong chapler which includes the territory of Mississippi and Critlrndcn counties. Plans ot the chapter mil for filing ceremonies to allcnd placing I the marXcr at an early dslc. • * * C. E. Sullenger, president of the Osceoia Bar association, was spcak- ;r of the evening, discussing the idvanlnges of college fraternity life, it a father and son banquet given by members of Ihe local Kappa Al>ha Phi fraternity hero Wednesday evening, lie was the special guest of Ira Wright, a member ol the fraternity. Eugene Smith, president oi ihe local chapter, served as lo.istmas- tcr and short talks were made by each of the visiting fathers Inciuri- ing the. toaslmaslcr's father, c. O. Roseland 'News Miss Flora Baker, Dell, was ad- mtUed- lo the Blylhevlllc -hospital today. - Barludilc-tsbcll Mrs. .Rcb.vca Barksdale, 49, and N. J. Isbcll, 72, were married-bs Justice Ed Walker- Wedncsdav Both the bride and bridegroom liv In this community. Talus,.the Orcck, Is said to ha\ Invented the saw from having once loiihd th« jawbone of a snake which he employed to cut througl la small piece of-wood, members and guests present Included Powell Hale and W. P. Hale, ieorgc Pope and H. M. Pojic sr.. Walter Cox find J. W. Cox. Jas. McGarrily and T. W. rotter, Ilow- cll Nigholson and J. C. Cough, anil the following pledges to the local chapter: Johnnie Mnnker. Harold Gray and Guy McAlesander. all or Wilson, and Harold Smith of Luxora. The banquet held in the club rooms at Ihe courthouse was fpr by members of the High School Parent-Teacher association. The following members ol Ladies Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church here attended -the meeting ol the Presbytcrnl in Jonesboro Thursday: Mesdamcs W. J. Driver sr.. W. J. Drivor jr. H. J. Hale. George Edrington and j R. i\. Cromer. Mrs. John White drove to LHUe Hock Wednesday for a iew days visit with her daughter. Mrs. Gco. Adams, and Mr. Adams. She was accompanied by Mrs. Margaret Unb who will visit relatives in Ho; Springs. Smith. A brief history of the fraternity was read by CARD OF THANKS We take this method ot thankln.; the good people ot BlythcyilSc for the kindness and sympathy shown us duniij; the sickness and of our precious son, Chnlon M. Canoli 'j Massey. The wolds from the flcv. James, who -was accompanied -by JLatimcr, Harwell and Ncusniu \u his lather, C. J. James, ami A. G. lul more comfort than cen be c\- Briekey jr., gave a history of Ihe | pressed. We also appreciate the Osccola chapter, which was organ- beautiful flowers. May God izcd a llltle over a year ago. A. G. Drickey jr., was accompanied, by his father and other i each ol you. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. and Family. DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Hemorrhoids (PILES), Varlcosed Veins also Skin Cancers find Malignant Molts removed without surgery. Weak and Fallen Arches Corrected. Clinic 5U Main 1'lionc SS Posts or Kct- logs. 2 1'kss. Lemons Sunkist 360', Doz. ,ORAN6IiS Size 170's Dozen CELERY Cal "°"""' "'"' BEETS & CARROTS lituich Potatoes WS0 2,,, MILK U Small or 3 Large Cans MUSTARD (Jttarl Jar 2 for SNOW DRIFT fi-LI). Pail OSc 3-LI). I'ail Flour 43 Ib. Sack $115 24 Ib. Sack SYRUP 10-Lb. Pail 5,lc <5 <f !>-Lt>. I'ail «i> JL V TEA Lipton or Banquet 1-1 M>. Package EGGS Guaranteed Fresh Dozen PRUNES Medium Size I Pounds COFFEE Pedro 2 I'ouiuls SALAD DRESSING Kr:ift Pint Jar Oleo G R°L 2 Ibs. 25c Sugar In Cloth Bags 10 Pounds MEAL Cream 2-1-1,h. Sat* LARD Morrells Pure S-Lb. Pail 44c I GINGER ALE c " D S,r <: S" T 14e SOAP POWDER Slar .'! Packages IDc Lux, Camay, Life Buoy and Palmolive. 3 Itors 19c TUNA FISH White Sliir 8-Oz. C;m 24c JELLO Assorted Flavors 3 Packages 25 c RICE' LARD Compound S-Lb. SPATHFTTI or Noodles 5 Packages Columbia or Libhy's. Large Can TOILET PAPER Waldorf Roil Fancy Blue Rose 2 Pounds Shoulders PORK ROAST - Soli(1 Le:in p±d l 16ic SPARE RIBS Home Killed Pound SLICED BACON Hlai-khiiwk Pound Hams Swift's /Premium. Half or Whole VEAL ROAST """ K " r K ";:S 17ic ROAST K. C. liecf lirisket Pound ROAST K. C. Beef Thick Kih Pound Hens, Fryers Lard Pure Compound Ib. 12'c Pound L(K)3C Wlcs ;ini1 Country Club. 2-U>. Hos " K. C. lieef Thii-I; F{j|, I'(Kind Wisconsin No. 1, Ib.

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