The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 22, 1931 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 22, 1931
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PAGE TWO BLYTnBVILLB, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS ClmrMeeU 2\{js! U. A. LyiKli entertained Bridge club und onol'juest, Mrs. J. H. Elklns, lor dinner! nnd an afternoon ot cards yeslwrday. , Envies and California poppies were^used for the centerpiece ol the'3.i)t>!e laid with an imported elot)\» and roses and other garden flowjrs were placed in tile living and) "s^in rooms. Mrs.' Harry W. Hatncs won modcrntjflt: pillow cases for the club priz/7'Bnd Mis. ElUns received u handkercliicf. < » > 4 • « CoifJrJJflfc Chairmen for CcrUnil J'. T. A. Announced Ojiijirmen ol committees in tlie Cent™; ; Wavd Parent-Teacher association were announced at a inciting Wednesday afternoon. Mrs, 7 !;. W. Aldick, iccemly elected "president, appointed these cha|r'jicn: Mrs. J. K Critz, programs Mrs. C. R. Bubccck, incm- berj^p; Mrs. Howard 11. Proctor, finance; Mrs. Ira Gray, publicity; MraJ. ^'J. \V. Shouse, publication,; Mrs! 'Rodney L. Bannister, playground; Mrs. Floyd A. White, child velfilfe; Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, hospitality. tj _. A'^eature of Ihe program was the jr£port of the national meeting iu Hot Springs recently, given by i!rs!-qtto Kocntitzky mid Mrs. Al- flic'rv^.Mrs. Helen Joseph, (told representative of the iied Cross temporarily in charge qf the local pfliije',' !was also a speaker. Miss Mary Outlaw's room won the 'dollar prize for attendance. ' • » • Uclphians Study £ii£jrsli 1'umUnx. Mrs* J. It. btcadinan was leader of thi Delphian program tills week, whiifnjmet at the Hotel Noble, when English pointing was studied. .Mrs!' W. I. Denton talked on "Dc- veJoJp-.cnt of Art hi England" and "Hogarth's Work." Cunningham's C5liijij(e of Hogarih and the life ol aii- Joshua licynolds were dis- Senior Class Officers Olflccrs for tlie yraduatlng' • class of.the city high school ' (tils year arc: J3o!> ?Jurns, president; (leorgo 'Matt! lew's, vice 'president; Miss It u Ih Iliitt; sec- .iry; MisB Til el in 11 Worth- m, treasurer. There are 07 c»sicd : by Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise. "Ga(tiiborough and'Lesser Portrait-, istf,':. "Landscape Painters: • Before Turner and Turner" were discussed ill o(ie talk by.Mrs. U. S. Branson. For ihe study o! tlie pictures Mrs. C. w/AlIlick was leader in which pictures by Hogarth, Reynolds, Gainsborough, Crome and Wilson werir-discussed. .Mrs. Marlon Williams'/.as critic, gave a review of the artiste studied recently. In; the business session Mrs. Jus. B. ^OlarV-.'-president, 'announced Jlrs.' O. W. McCiitchen,.Mrs,-All- lick \u:d Mrs. Stcadman as members .of a nominating committee for the election of officers at the next meeting as officers In this group are elected-for but one year, • ' • • * C!ub|;Enferfained Members of tlie Night Bridge club—and Miss Nell - Harris were BlieslS'of.Mrs. Joe Clifton Walson at hr-'f, home in Caruthersville last evening. Mrs. Watson was a menrbcr of the club when living here,! In,.the card games Mrs. W. C. Garrjsan won the club prize and Missll'Harris' received 'a deck cj cardsi- DeUclous refreshments were served. ".- ,,. * * * Tuicr'Willlams Trai marriage of Mrs. Ophelia Vailioms, of this city, and Mr. W. T. Tiier.-of Nettleton, took place here,yesterday with the Rev. P. Q. Rorie -perlorming the ceremony. * (> - • • * Entertains GniM. Mrs.- H. J. Kleindienst was hostess tbjmembers of the Pilsrim Lu- }ricr;yi' Guild Thursday afternoon. After the devotional by the pns- . lor. fie Rev. Mr. Kleindienst, pla: were,.formulated lor the Sundaj school-picnic, to be given early in Junc"at the E. S. Wilcly plantation nt Etowah. Extensive arranpe- nienlr arc being made for an nn- ^ .fntcrtainmc'nl for all numbers KI( the school! This is to be sponsored-by the guild. Trip" host ess served delicious re freshmcnLs in the social hour. ROj es. siJSpdragons and lovely bouqucl, from..Mrs. Wildy's flower gardei made decorations. •• : * * » Has Club. • • The-Thursday Rook club am MesdJimcs George R. Crockett, Mar garet' H. Minor and Ramsey Dun can were guests of Mrs. S. P. Mar tin jislcrday afternoon. Thc~I2 guests enjoyed scvcra Eames-^of rook before bcin* servrx angeljood cake topped with slra berrias and whipped cream, nn poilc-e'. ~. .Celebrate: Birthday. * Bobble McHaney had a "cowbo and iJVdiari" party yesterday after Jioon. in celebrating his "scvcnl birthday. Twelve of his friends vi ited r|lm, dressed in their appropr ate costumes. Alter.displaying the gifts pre scnled..-.thc honored host, games were •Dlayed and later in the af- ternodn'.a. birthttay cake served with l-.ot cliocolale by the molh-r Mrs J. C.-McHaney Jr. !i ; " ' ' • Club llxs Sapptr Dance Mrs.'J. C. McHaney Jr., and Mrs. F. SJLWinford entertained mem- liers ot41ic Kill Care club last evening -for supper and dancing at the wijgjan's. club. A rrfa f U* - cVOic! ovts.; hie i\\i was Eervcd-thcre.was dancing for scv: cral Hojjrs urith music by Jimnile . poyd ,Vn<«n^ his orchestra. 1 Sri'the M present was J. H. 13erry, ol Memphis, who is tlu guest ol his sister, Mrs. Winford. . . • • * Entertain* Club Mrs. JaiiKS H. Bell entertained [hf mcinbi.'i5 of the Thursday Luncheon club, amU Mrs. W. B. Tanner, with u bridge luifchcon yesterday. - . > i.. ; Her apartment hnd garden flowers arranged in pretty vases with low bowls of piiilel shudtle blossoms for the centerpieces. A two course menu tvns served. Mis. HA F, Kirshner won the prize, [i double deck ol cards. ractice Place Changed. The choir, which is to render nui- c at the baccalaureate sermon inday will practice tonight, 7:30 cloek, at the first. Unptlst church, istead ol tlic city auditorium, ns nnounced. ' (Us Jamie Nichols to nter John brown College KEISER, Ark—Miss Jamie Nichs, nttractive dnughlcr ot Mr. and to. C. L. Nichois who formcrely vcd at Blylhevllle, will leave Sun- ay for Slloam Springs, Ark., where he will enter John Brown college, h Is to lie accompanied by Mr. K| Mrs.' Harry Weudinan, of Dly- icville, nnd Miss Aline Bowles, of Miss Nichols, who graduated this I j.jj ear from the Kclser Junior high hool with high honors, will be a •phomorc nt John Brown. She is a sister of Mrs. Ilarry 'ecdman, of Blytheville. Bits of News Mostly Personal Dr. and Mrs. M. O. Usrcy are spending today in Memphis. O. P. Moss und brother, Woodsun Moss, are In St. Louis for several days on business. v Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Scliatz, of Helena, spent last night hero en- route to Cairo, III., for n visit. C. W. Afflict accompanied them to Cairo today. Mesdaiues E. K. Alexander, Paul L.. Tiplon and Jaines 15. Clark siient yesterday in Carulher&ville. Mr. mid Mrs. Earnest Holt, of St. Louis, have returned homo af- te rspendlng several days with Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Holt. S. G. Sallba Is expected to rc- tur ntodny Iran Memphis where ho has been at the Uaptisl hospital fur .treatment. He Is unimproved. J. C. Nonh of si. Louis is visit- Ins here. Mrs. D. S. Laney ot Osceola, ami Miss Dorulhy 13ro\vn of l^uxora, shopped here today. cllnry Humphreys is attcndinc to business in Little Hock. Mrs. Cecil Slmnc and Mrs. J. I}. •Elklns are In Memphis today. v Miss Cora Lee Colemnn and • J. K. Critz went to Lone O.ik today ing of Hie boys and girls harles Brough Will Address Shawnee Class JOINER, Ark., May 22.—Dr. :ias. Hlllmnn Orouch, former gov- nor ot Arkansas, will deliver (he immcncenient address to the grart- Uintj class of Slmwiicc consoli- ited school here this evening. He will be introduced by Miss 'illle Lawson, of Blyllievllle, comi- • superintendent of schools, wlio ill also present diplomas to tlie ollowtng- gradiiiiies: liussell Hughes am Baddour, Woodrow Muslck. ^cslic Speck, Nina May McFat- .dge, Louise Tate, Melavec Ta[e, )ra Hoscy, Carrie Ellen Ilurnett, iazel Holt, Avis Newton, Katie Sue anders nnd Alma Slsk. Leslie Speck will deliver the val- xllctory address and Kntie Sue anders the salutatory address. The irogram will be interspersed with lusic. liss Lawson Addresses Graduates at Yarbro Mrs. J. C. Noah has been called to Nashville, Tcmv, because o( the illness of her brother. J. H. Berry ol Memphis is visiting Ills sisler, Mrs. F. S. Winford, and family for n. few days. Mrs. S. S. Stcrnbcrg and Mrs. Wnlker H. Baker spent yesterday In Memphis. Judge 0. E. Keck and his court stenographer, Charles Tarllow, have returned from Jlarrlsburg where they were in court for ten days. They will go to Osceoln Monday. Will Hold Class for Mid-Wives at Osceola •Miss Mary Moore, nurse ot the county health unit, will conduct n class for mid-wives at Osceola Saturday morning. Toxin antl-toxin'mxl-typhoid scrum will be administered in a free clinic at the local office Saturday afternoon. Osceola Society—Personal The Ycainan Class of the Meth odist Sunday School cntertainec In the church pnrlois lust eveiilni with a social attended by seven teen mciuljc-is of the class ant four visitors which Included Mrs Claude Thomasoii and Mrs. C. L Drafirc of Osceola, Mrs. Jones o Marlanna, who is visiting her soi Hnny Joiies und Mrs. Jones here and Mrs. Porkins of Indianapolis Ind., who is the B«<st of her par cuts, I'.cv. and Mrs. Eli Myers. \llostcsses were Mesdames Ash more, J. T. Olscn, J. O. Richard Sim and Paul Comvay, who wer assisted in receiving by Mrs. C. 1 Weathersby. "A delicious ice cours was served following a delightfu social hoiu*. Mrs. C. L. Moore Jr. is enter talniin; at her home this cvcnln with a 'tlinnor party for member of Hie Osceola ltinh School grndu ating class. Mrs. C. 13. Driver wns hostess t the two tables bridge club to write she belongs entertaining at he iconic, here yesterday afternooi . G'nests besides the club member present were Mrs. Clarence Cur lysla and Mrs. Milton Pope'. ' Delicious refreshments were seri oil following tlie game and hig score prize awarded Miss Mai Catherine Ward. Mrs. D. S. Lui oy cut consolation fnvor. Mr. nnd Mrs. Clias. Colenyi nnd small daughter, Dcttic Jen accompanied by Mrs. J. \V. Car wriglit, Sr. spent yesterday Memphis. Chas. E. Sullenger is a Mcmnh visitor today. Mrs. K. S. Wilson Jr. o! .Winficld La., and small daughter, Nancy Snow, arc guests or Mrs. Wilson's imrcnts, M. and Mrs. J. L. Will- lams this week. They were accompanied on a motor trip to Osccola by Mrs. H. L. Qulnn, who returned tu her home here lifter a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Wilson in Wlnfield. Mrs. b. D. Musscy is shopping in IJlytlicville today. Bruce Ivy returned last- night from a utislnc.^s (rip to Little Rock nnd to Hot Springs where he attended the owning session ot the Arkansas Slalc Bar Association meeting. FRIDAY. MAY 22, H)!U Formerly Clarence Sounders Store BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY Hams Swifts Shankless Picnic, Ib. l^r 13;t Shoulders s 10; SPARE KIBS Horn « Killed Pound 12s SAUSAGE All L'ork Poupd 12Ic CHEESE Wisconsin No. 1 Pound 17ic Roast K. C. Beef Shoulders , Lb. 1'Je; Thick Kib, Lb. l-l'/zc; Urisket m w n t Pound JLIli2' 12'c SLICED BACON "S. KS 22ie PORK ROAST Mau '" n S 16lc PIG LIVER Fresh Found iOc Delicatassen Specials Home Bilked Hum (iac Hoiled Hum 45C Deviled Ham f>(lc All Chicken Lo;if 5Uc Deviled Vc;il Loaf :!Uc Cottu Siiliiini -15e NEW POTATOES ar^ lie CORN Fresh Rousting Ears Kiich Be C*J. l_ B Strawberries QUARTS Miss Willie A. Lawson, county superintendent, addressed students and patrons ot the Yarbro school ast evening; in the coniu.iMtcmenl exercises fo rthc eighth grade graduates. Tonight she \vil lattend similar exercises at Shavaiec. Hospital Notes Howard McCain, city, was admitted to the Blylhcvillc hospital today. SAME PR[Q * FOROVER * SQUASH Tender White 1'ound Tie PEANUT BUTTER z. jar ISc LIMA BEANS Green. No. 2 Can Each 17c Butter Morris' Supreme or lirooklietd. found 23c iMixed No. 2 Can « A A Kach Ji"*** RICE Fancy Blue. Rose t'onnii Sc I ' il)l) - v ' s U ' L '- C!ln 2nc ,Mcd. 21c, Small C:in Half-Moon Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Smith were RUests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Portlock Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. n. L. Hawkins and family were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richardson Sunday. Lealous Jones was seriously hurt Saturday when he fell out of a hay baru on Jim Bass's place. Two Pitches had to be taken in his throat. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins nnd family and Mrs, Portlock and daughter attended the graduating exercises at Lone Oak Friday night. Mrs. T. J. Bass of Uell Mas the Sliest of Mrs. Portlock Monday.- Pineapple 19c NOODUS M!ic:mini " 25 c JELLO Ice Cream Powder .'J I'ai'kngcj 25 c 25 ounces for2;>cents TOILET TISSUE Waldorf E ft. Roll 3 ** Ctidahys Gem in Piece, pound Lard Pyre or Compound, pound WHNHK Kvcr-tlood COHAGE CHEESE KulI -?S Hoinu liilltil ['utiiitl 'st Side Llj. 12c Jowls, Pound Full DR-SSCC! FRYERS I'ull Dressed 1'KICIi ? I'otmtl PIG BRAINS Sltictlv Fresh 13 ^1 i'ound J. 3 2* Small Lean i'n und RFFN RFAN^I Tem]ur • lu ' in " Illuul^ -D)urilii3 Pour GRAPEFRUIT Fil " cyFI "'^ I'iincv -132'H l'tili-0-Jtiice Dozen Gokleil Ui ' )c - Tllu Fooil. l-ouiid Walpole Electric Shop Fans Cleaned and Repaired Phone 314 AKING POWDE erf/c/enf- DOUBLE ACTING MILLIONS OF POUNDS UfED OUR GOVERNMENT Sugar Best Cane 10-lb. limit Gallon Jujr Minarel 3-I-b. Limit Pound' •gta^l^iUJ.'^'M tgJtvJUB^CJaK.^iacir^ggT^yjJgggynfiE^gHBTjgga Alcdinm l);u- &*w • 3 Rars RYSOAP Stanthird 1C. ,1. NIL 2 Citn Gulden, in •*J Fancy Sjruii (i [>d\e.< i (fa O aems BLACKBERRIES ^ata- Crystal White or P a G 10 Bars Sfrintrlcss No. 2 Can :i Cans PORK & BEANS' ^Tdi SYRUP (Jallon ;i:ic Half Cation N'». 2 Can 3 Cans TERsrEaEESSfHattS BISKS (.'old .Medal M Packages >C 48-ib. sack $1.15 24-lb. sack

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