The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 30, 1931 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 30, 1931
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r - >h - PACE TWO BLYTHEVILLE. <ARK.)' COURIER NEWSi THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1931 Society Calendar •;;, Friday The American. Legion Luslliary ;wlil have Its "Mothers-Daughters" the Woman's club with Mesdaiues 'J. Neal Oescll, M. A. Isaacs'Qhd W. D. Chainblln jr., as hostesses. Saturday Misses Maurlnc and Annis Jane Branson will entertain tlie Children ol.the Confederacy. •ilis4.I>eggy! is having (he Saturday Night club. There will be a slory hour for children at Ihe library at 10:30 o'clock. • • .• ' * * * Club Meets. . Mrs. Riley B: Jones was hos'.css . to ilje ucw Wednesday Contract club this week when her molherj Mrs. Walter Card, ot Wilson, was the qjily guest. In ithe card tpines Mrs. E. Ii. nichejr jr., woii-rre prize, a break- fail cloth' and napkins, and she was lalso presented lioslery as parting gift from the club before moving away. Refreshments were lighted can- •dle salad, sweet sandwiches and iced tea. 1 » * * Has Club. ;..Thc Matinee Bridge club met . with Mrs.. Francis" Carpenter.. Wednesday 1 afternoon. In the contract brfdgj; games Mrs. Hubert roller ".won the prize,-stationery. Th« hosiers served strawberry shorfpako with whipped cream, and Breakfast Jackets Adorn New Lounging Pajamas 11V JOAN SAVOY NKA Srrvlre V.'rilrr If you are a June bride, Intent on geltlii!! Ihe trousseau all M.- Jcclcd well in advance, yon must make up your mind soon about whether you will lounge In negligees or pajamas. There !s .something lo be said on bolh sides. You might, compromise ami have both In your Bedding outfit. But, unless you have some very Royal Neighbors Enic^laln With Party.; The local Royal Neighbors enler- - taincH with a party Monday evening .at Ihe club room when 30 gucbts were! present. Mre. J. H. Fisher made nn iu- lorm'al-address of welcome, Miss Mildred Judd rendered piano sclec- • tjons, Woodrow Fislicr played Ihe violin, Madeline Massey gave a reading nnd Mildred Pounds and Ruby' Ogle gave lap dances lor a program. ^There was a grab box, loo, which provided entertainment wilh each guest receiving a gift. Dejiclous refreshments were: served. . : i • • • Kock Clubs Entertained. Mrs. M. G. Goodwin and Mrs. •Ramsey Duncan : were hostesses to the jnemuers ot the Tuesday ami Thursday Rook clubs yesterday afternoon" at the home of Mrs, Goodwin. „. . .. ."'''. , Tl£; tables for tlie 24 guests were •attractively arranged in the living •and Ksun rooms which were prettily decorated with baskets of loses, 5i>l- : rea, [snowballs and iris. The refreshments, served after several look games, were angel food cake, topped with strawberries and .whipped cream. Mothers, Daughters To Be HononW Cucsls. "Mothers' Day" will be observed at Oje meeting of the American Legion- Auxiliary Friday afternoon at the Woman's club when the mothers Jnd daughters of members will be guests of honor. Mrs. Edgar Boruin, chairman of unit''activities, has arranged the following numbers for the program; reading, "Mother O' Mine," Kip' ling*Mrs. Welch Foster; dance, Al- ,lce JVare; violin selections, "Sengs .. .My'-Mother Used to Sing," Mrs. Rives Allen; musical reading. "Mother," Miss Marie- Moon. The hostesses will'be Mcsdames J. Ifcil Gesell, W. D. chamblin jr and,M. A. Isaacs. To Entertain Club. Tbc Saturday Night club, made up of high school gb-is who meet on Aich Saturday night for parlies willibc entertained by Miss Pcggj McKeel Ihls we* lor a bullet supper.'. Last week Misses Helen and Jane Barnes enlcrtained wilh a buile supjier and bridge parly. Attends Crittenden Count. Federation Meet at Earle Miss Willie A. LawFon, cotmt . superintendent, is in Earle toda for Ihe meeling of tlia Critlcndc County Federation of Women clubs as one of the principa speakers. Her subject is "Lcisur of Citizenship." Sfic was accompanied by Jfr Sam Blair, a former member this" group. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Waller Card, of Wilson, is Ihe guret oi her daughter. Mrs. Ui- ley I!. Jones, and Mr. Jones, for several days. Mrs. James N. White Is a patient at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Clarence Vollmcr returned Last night from liaton Rouge, La., where he attended to business for several days. Mrs. Willie M. Cox, who is critically ill, is no better today. She has been ill for two weeks. Her daughters. Mrs. J. W. Muddox and Mrs David Bylcr and her sister, Miss' Gallic While, nil of Memphis, have returned home lor a brief time after having boon with her and 'her niece, Mrs. H. D. Bell, of Memphis, She is at the home of Mi's. Myrtle M. llourlnnd. ; Cecil Shane went lo St. Louis this afternoon for n brief business trip. He will return tomorrow night. J. E. Crltx attended lo business hi Memphis yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris, Mrs. Hugh Henry and son, George Henry, were visitors in Memphis Sunday. • Fred Matthews and Max Logan will spend the week-end in Memphis. Miss Cora Lee Colemaii. county home demonstration agent, is in, Osceola for two days. Miss Winnie V. Turner, who has been at Campbell's Clinic in Memphis for almost, two weeks, has been removed to her home al Ncwberu, Term., where she will be in bed for four weeks because of injuries received In a fall. SIX ill WEND P, T. _ Armovel, Osceola and Sliawnee Will Also Be Represented at Meeting Six Blythevillc women will he included In the representatives from Mississippi county attending the National Congress of 1'arents and Teachers at Hot Springs. Mrs. II. A. Smith, Mrs. C.' VI. Allllck, Mrs. Otto Koclilltzky, Mrs. George W. Dillahiinty, Mrs. It. C. Dent jr., and Miss Willie A. Liwson will «o Iroui here. The lire-meeting opens Saturday and extends through the most of next week. Others from the county Include Mrs: T. JK. Tale, Mrs. Billy Williams, Mrs. C. J. Litlle, Mrs. T. S. Williams. Mrs. n. N. Neal of Ar- and slate chairman of the program service, will be the principal speaker. Her subject will bo "The Street Called Years." This luncheon, which is Arkansas' contribution to the program of the nalional convention, will be held at (he Hotel Arlington, Mrs. C. H. Thorpe, chairman of citizenship of the National Congress, will preside and nationally known speakers will also participate in tlie program following the luncheon. This affair will be elaboralc. At- (ractlve programs in Ihe form of the world, iffih the western hemisphere on the front cover and Ihe eastern hemisphere on the back, will be used. The favors will be United Slalcs Hags Interspersed with nags of all nalions lo be held erect In red, while and blue candies. Place cards will be in Ihe >rin of a child In silhouelte and he pages will be young girls drcss- ' In black and white for a sil- oucttc effect. mojrel, Mrs. M. J. Sumner of Os- ceojli and a number of others from Osccola and Sluiwncc. One of the outstanding affairs will be (he citizenship luncheon next Wednesday when Miss Willie A. Lawson, county superintendent RITZ THEATER Last Time Today Sec Nonna Shearer am Robert Montgomery in 'Strangers May Kiss' Acini— Night—15 and dOc. Hospital Notes Mrs. B'Otls Koonce, city, was ci;s- ilsscd from Ihe Blylt'.evllii- lios- ilal Icday, Half-Moon Samuel O'Neal and Miss LHo O!over of Dell were married here Saturday afternoon by Justice of tlie Peace John Ilannon. Mrs. T. J. Bass was a Half Moon visitor Wednesday. Miss Ollie Robertson of Lone Oak spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Esther Hawkins. Mr. and Mrs. Shclton of Mom- phis were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lcis Hawkins Sunday afternoon. John Holland attended (o business in Blythevillc Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lyonnlc Vastblnd- er of Lillle River visiled relatives in tills community last wcek-eiv.l. Mr. and Mrs. Shaneyfeit were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bighain Sunday afternoon. Hoover Detbndgc was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shaneylelt Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Slmieyfell were dinner "guests of Mr. and Mrs J. W. Portlock Sunday. Mr. Arnold ot Twenty-Nine was a Half Moon visitor Tuesday. Read Courier News want ads. HAST f.ONGMEAUOW, Muss., JP1—Huge blocks of bronns'.one; quarried lure more than 20 years ago, will uc used in coiibtrucllon of an addition to Sage Hail at • Yale University. • SLUGGISH FEELING "I luvo used Tlicdford's Black- \ Orauglit oTf uud on for hvcnty-Iivo ' years," writes Mr, Dnvc Stcv/urt, of 1912 K. 2nd St., Austin Texas. . "They used it in my father's home for many ytarti and it waa our "lly liralOi wa:i sooO, find (hat is ul^ut all I uvcr Wjk. I n.-i.'.l K for i/jnsilpatlon nr.d billons ^Ick lu-ml- • *rf!lL-JJ. Il is «l fll'-e ilK'«lJul;iO lO UlUo wJitn a i:i;i:: (f^is up tn the inornir.g feo![:ig dull an-l slusyUh. After a co'jrisc o( U I fool Cino. It rids the. 1 system of poison which coti'.cj fictti con- ' hllpUtlrjt fiotd by (I valiant reasons for dislikin mns, certainly you will be in the majority this spring if you choose, them. They often arc so full they have the appearance of a gown. Yet they oiler a certain comfort Ihul no non-bSfuvcak-d costume can ever know. They are a boon lo Ihe girl who relishes crossing her knees, sitting wilh her feet thrown nonchalantly over Ihe arm of her clmir while she reads. You can get. absolutely ravishing ones this June. Of any material yon want.ji I3ut if you're a bride, you realft should have satin suit as well as o slinky silk one. Two of the Islesl pajama sulls have "breakfast" jackets with them. One (left) is a gorgeous white satin pajama suit, wilh pearl and coral beads for the girdle and a swanky little coral jacket, with flaring sleeves. The breakfast coal on the rose peach crepe dc chine suit, lavishly trimmed In Alencon, is something brand new. In front H is a mere iml-nuny bolero. But then it tics around the waisl and Irom the waisl down lo the flloor it has only Lack nnd sides. Tlie front, show* Iho lull, flarintj trousers of the pajamas. This coal, loo, lias during sleeves. Mules of rose peach crepe dc chine complele tlie suit. HEN PAYS FOR DINNKR NORWALK. Conn.. (UP) — One good in™ deserves another, thought a Jitlle red lien Ihat strolled into Joseph Joscm's grocery stoic and picked up scraps Ihat Josem set aside for its feeding. Finishing Ihe meal she laid an egg on the floor and strode proudly out of the door, her obligation repaid. Kciscr School Exercises Will Be Held Tonight The Keiscr Junior high school will have 23 graduates finishing Ihe ninth trade in Us annual exercises tonight. will be rendered: class history, Karl Wlldy; Sulutory, Miss Lucy Dmmvanl; cliss poem, Miss Luclie Gcaslin; class )irou)iccy, Miss Jiianiln Meadows; class will Jamie Nichols; Valcdiclory, Miss Olhel need; address, •The Night, Brines Out The Slars," Marcus Evrnrd, of BlytlieviHa. Members ol Ihe class arc; Jamie Nlcliols, Evelyn Woodard, Bernlcc Womack, Kalhryn West, Othcl vat, Mattle .Lc? Collins, Omclia Montgomery, Juanita Meadows, liuth Walker, Eva Burney, Earl Wildy, Jack Kay, Blrricth Dime- liew, Bruce Gant, J .D. Hawthorne, Donald Hawthorne, James Perils, James Lowe, Oarficld Scarry and Carl Corley. For tlie S|)ecial program the girls will, wear organdie frocks in pastel shades nnd tlie young men of the class dark coals with white trousers. This year the class motto has been "The Night Brings Out The Friday and Saturday TO DO OR DIE FOR Stars" and blue silver were Ihe class colors with the flower, violet's. In the program these numbers Reed, Ludle Gcaslin, Lucy Duna- UN'fVERSITV HANS DUCKIM; COLUMBUS. O., (UP)—There be no more "ducking" of senio or freshmen either at Ohio Eta University. A decree Issued University officials banned lorms of hazing here. An accidc in which Dwighl Tcegardin si Jercd two broken Terlcbrae duri -a "ducking" was rcsponsblc for order. "Scoily' Quality Footwear at Low Prices "Dictatou" DRJOSS BUSINESS IIAHD HIT • PARIS, IUPJ—The annual financial report of Ihe stock company operallng the dressmaking firm ol Jcnrly, just made public, shoving carnlii» of 344.000 francs, '.indicates how hard the French dressmaking industry has been )iit by the . World economic, depression Tlie-report shows sales of gowns '. and-perfume of 6,976,534 franc in 1930. .coiupsred with 9,100,000 : Jrincs In 1(29, NOW ...for Men! "PENI-ARCH" OXFORDS Extraordinary Value at Pumps-Straps WoDifn aHd Misses The same "P«nl-Ardi" arch support made famous !n our "Pjcni-Arch". styles for women I Narrow heri .. . Combination Last . . . assuring glove-like fit. BUfh calfskin .,. leather wdt soles ,., half-rubber liceli, J. C. PENNEY CO^ Inc. 220-222 \V Main St. Blylhevilk, Ark. Kor Hi'si Sand, Jloigc n n d combinations. Spike and I5ox Heels. We can fit snuill and narrow feel. Original prices up fo S7.5I). Gorelon Chiffon Hose, Pure Thread Silk, I'icol Tops. I'rench Heels. 81.00 Pair BEYOND y«CTOR T The .thunder of Ihe Big Berthas, :he crack of machine guns. Ihe :rnsh of bombs -faces toward Ihe enemy, but beyond Ihe clamor lay the dream of incurs desire. A thrilling story Sf love, intricne, peril and tragedy—the most sensational picture of the current season. A saga of tlie cross-section of life, running the gamut oi all human emotions. with liill Boyd, James Gleuson, Zasu Pitts, Lew Cody, Marion Shilling and Mary Carr ,\n RKO 1'ATHE Feature Also Comedy and Short Keels Adm—Matinee—10 jam! 30c. Night—10 and 35c. PRICES FOR MODERN BUDGETS LOVE HOME THEATRE Last Time Today Sec Clivc' 1 Brooks ami Conrad Nagcl in 'East Lynne' Central Shoe Store O. C. Ganskc, Mgr. Geraldino Kichardson, Hosiery Depl. Also Serif Adm.- and Comedy. Yodid for {fie. GRADUATE STUNNING FASHIONS ENDOWED WITH THE SPIRIT GF YOUTH Jg.95 to The Girl Graduate hnsibut to insjwct Hie stunning collection of Frocks suitable Tor this purpose to realize how simply stunning they are. , N : cv.- modified lengths of fine sheer Embroidered Organdie and Kyelet Embroidered Batiste in new pastel shades including white. Every new, smart style feature will be found to please the most distinctive of tastes. Lace and Hair Braid Hals lo Harmonize al $4.95 Smart Lin aerie Gowns Princess Siips Teds Dancettes I.iice lrinnm!(.r ami tailored styles, sonic liiiiul .embroidered and others wilh hiee and si-It' nicdallioiiK appliiiueil . . . line quality I''rem:h Crepe ami Crcix: de ('liine. Princess Slips in regular styles or low cut backs for evening wear. Pastel shades and while. 81.95 1 lo §5.95 Gloves Silk. ChamoiscHc unrt DM Skin are Ihe fabrics featured in these smarl gloves . . . new lengths and, colors. §1 to $1.45 Hosie ry Fabric Bilk -N'c-l. Cotton Mesh. Shrcr clilllon and semi-service weight in all the approved shades for wear now nnd later. 81 to $1.95 >ags Very smart with summer sfrocks . .. . Crepe, Shantuni,', I.inen, F;iil!e Silk in prinU and solid colors -Jlatincc land Night— 10 and 25L-. • 98cio 82.95 Pajamas and Pajama Drosses 95« lo $9.75 NEW YORK STORE

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