The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 5, 1931 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 5, 1931
Page 2
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&.. PAGE -pro BLYTHEVrLLE. (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS FRIUA V, JUNK J5,_J! Society Calendar iil»-Agnes Barton Is entertaining tfis Night Bridge club. is' • —^^__ Lowe-Moon I'uplls Are Piestkjed .m Recital.. Thoyplano,' expression and done ing ^Upils of the Lowe-Moon stu dlo. njjre" presented - !n a recital Thursday evening at the high school'a.uditoriiuh, • . Seri?u s find''humorous readings plaiioi-sblos iandl. ensembles i and i p cttlly.] costumed'dancers made up ' the varied program. A unique at- 'raction. was • a negro dance "Topsy;' glvcn',,by Wy Iodine Mnssey along with the group dances. :MrsV--,'J. Cecil Lowe and. .Miss Marie'.Moony assisted by Miss Helen Loae'Vfho .plans to return here raxt tail loYrejolii the studio fae- ult\ presented .these, pupils: Sara Lou McCutchen, Betty Brooks Is aacs 'Molly . Guard, Eloise Ranioy, Majb^lie an'd Earl. B. Snydcr, Mary;Cumtntngs, Wanda • Smith, Letliaf-Splcer,' E!n?.' Pounds, Peggy •WliitehBitty Jo Essary, Ruby Nell Ogle ;Suc Rameyp Fatly Shane Elizabeth Baxter,'Wiiilfred Crawford ORithryn Walpole, Wylodlric MasscyY Knthfyn Keith, Gladys Barharn, Luclle Baggctt, Frances Holland? Geneva Carler, Marilyn, B rn'eHe, Ruby Nell Ogle, Sara Ann EsVrldgc. Thci^islicrs were Misses Vivian Holland; and Mary Grace Hill who recently' returned from college and \iho are former students of Mrs. Lowe. i'. • For ijhe numbers the stage was beautifully decorated wllh baskets of and other garden flowers. Have Wcincr Kowt. Members of the Ever Ready Sunday school class of the Second Bap-" list cljSSr'ch, •accompanied by the Rc\ j. : 'L'. New'som',, .Miss llattic i ~bmiddy; ; Mrs.'.Clint';-:'bunlap and ! Mrs. fy_.. SI. McFarland went, on a weinerXroaBt last-evening. . - TheiKS present "motored to Binfield \VKcre supper was cooked on 'the banks of the Mississippi.river. • .»,. - f Class Entertained. Mrs .'-Leslie; Moore enterlainea "11 members of the Friendship Sunday school 'class ot'th'e'Sccond Baptist .church'.last evening with a party.: a I her home. ' ' After games and 'contests were played' for several hours the host' e s assisted by Mrs. O. O. Elklns and Mjss Grace McFarland, served rcfreslimenta.-. • %s T ':. ' » •• * '•- •. Committee Chairmen County Federation Are An'noiuiced. Mrs: : John W...Edrington, president of the County Federation of .Women's, clubs, has announced chairmen of 1 standing committees for the; new year. ' TheyVare: Department of American Citizenship, Mrs. C. E. Crigger, Armorei;" .Division -• of 'American Home.'Mrs. Herman Kressle, Luxora; Department of Education, Mrs. [i L. S. Mitchell, Osceola; Division of Librar^'Extension, XIrs. E. E. Byrd, Leachville; Dcparlment of Pine : Arts—Art, Mrs. P. P. Jacobs, Grider, Music, XIrs. George M. Lee, BlytheyiUe. Lileralure, Mrs. Wal; ter Johnson, Wilson; Division of - International Relations, Mrs. H. D. Eakkcrj Leachvllle; Division-of Leg- :.islatiori v and Publication, Mrs. J. C. White.-Osceola; Department of Public Wfere, Mrs. C. L. Smith Learttville; Division of Problems in • Industry,'Mrs. W. E. Hunt, Oscc- o!a; Djvision of Health, Mrs. E. A. Reginald, Wilson; Juniors, Miss Cora Lee .Coleman, Blythevtllc; Program, 'Mrs. C: B. Perrln, Osceola. ' * * • Club Entertained. Mrs.' Cecil Shane was hostcis to . Mrs. George W. Bush, of Paragould, • and Mrs. John W. Snydcr yesterday when she also entertained the Mid-Week Bridge club for luncheon and a contract bridge game. Shower, bouquets of com flowers, rambling roses, coreopsis and poppies decorated the living room where ; the twasmall luncheon tables were : arranged for a two course menu. ; 'At cards Mrs. J. Louis Cherry i won a>Iack vase for club prize and I'i Mrs. Snyder received a refrigerator *'•"' bottle 'for guest honors. El) th trill r- Girl Receives I Bcanty IConors a( U. of Arkansas. ••:• Mr5/;charles W. Oglesby. who I'-., was before her recent marriage .'.. Miss Mary Elizabeth Robinson o •;this city, has been awarded fourth ' the annual beauly conies of the University of Arkansas, Fay . ctterill£ ' ' . * Bruriets scored heavily when Ih • Els prettiest co-ed^ were announced . only o]xe blonde being'included in th« grpiip. Mn] Oglesby is a bra •' net I'.-• Of the-six \vinners, four wer '. Arkansas girls. :'. . Mr. and. ilrs. Oglesby will arriv i next week for a visit with Mr ' Oglcsby't parents, -Mr. and Mrs ;'• Clyde Robinson. i '••• :• • • • | Qutsts:»t. Club. c.. : , Mrs.;R. F; Kirshner M-as hostes ( t»Mlss ; Mary Allen of Chicago, wh ii : . Is.the houseguest of Mrs. James H ;Bell, Mrs. Bell and Mrs. W. I v.:Tanner:.and-thc Thursday Lunch veon club this week. .SCvThe.' guests played contract bride ' ;in-theumomlng and al noon a tw '-.course men.u ;was served at tabl ; "~'" ~ J 'Vgaiden'rtowcrs-,in ralnbo . wnVto.ltrs.-6. W. Ami U score and Miss Allen All Dressed Up - - in Cotton Bits of News Mostly Personal Lincoln Cothran anil Joe Pomeroy, of Carml, III., arc guests of Mr, and Mrs. Utrnard <jooch. W. T. Burnett has relumed from Indianapolis, Inil., where he attended the races, and Detroit wliorc he Iransaclcd business. Mr. and Mrs. Olio KoclUltnky are expected to return tonight from Nashville, Tcnn., where they him' been spending several [lays. Mrs. Russell Phillips and daugh- ler, Belly, arc expected to return home Monday from Rldgetop, Tcnn. where they have been vlslltng rcl- altves for several weeks. Mrs. Mall Monachal! siwiullng todny in Memphis. Clarence Vollmcr returned night from Union Rouge, La., where ho allended to business foi' several days. Mrs. N. W. Wright Is a pallenl at the Memphis Baptist hospital. Edwin McAdoo Jr., of Troy, Tcnn., arrived today for with his nunt, Mrs. Annie Duncim, and Ills cousins, Martha Ann and Bert Lynch jr.' Walker H. Unkcr ly supervisor of schools who has been in lied nlwut Uvo inoiillif, following a. full, was nlilc to w;ilk yesterday. Slie 1ms been nl her home in Newborn, Tcnn., bill cxirecls to return here June 15. M. W. Mellon, Joe Miller and W. D. BuikeU, of Shaunce, attended to business here todny. Missts Jewel and Dcrtha Barloti, of Thaycrj Mo., relumed home last ulBlit afler visiting Micir sister, Miss Agnes Burton, for several days. The goinns; costume Mrs, Steve Barnwell Is wearing Is natty, .what? Nothing cxjiciulve abut it, ithoi|gh. . It's an nil-cotton outfit which she wore in the recent All- Cotton Golf Tournmnciit held Ocean Forest Country Club, Myrtle Beach, S. C. Mrs. Barnwell, secretary of the soulhwlde "Wear Colton"-campaign, is n native of Gaston la, N. C. CUw Has Fish Fry The Wonder Sunday school class of the. Lake Street Methodist its Annual fish fry at . church Barfleld last evening. One ' hundred incmuers and friends of the class shared In the cooking, eating anil playing of games on the banks of the Mississippi river. fa s Breakfast Members of the First Presbyterian church who arc to attend the annual summer conference at camp PcM Jean, iwnr Morrlltori, Ark., iicxt week, were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Marsh M. Callaway this morning for breakfast. Misses Lois Hooirer, Peannc Harrison, Matel Simon, Margaret Keck and Louise Dobyns, John McDowell nnd Marsh Cnllaway and the Rev. and Mrs. Callaway made plans for the trip, which is to last eight days. A delicious menu was served al a table which had for its centerpiece a cluster of pastel shades of flowers, * * * Entertain Club Mrs. Harry W. Haincs and Mrs J. .J. Daly were hostesses to tlic Kill Care club last, evening. The mmebers enjoyed dinner at e Woman's club followed with ncing, the music furnished b> nmte Boyd jr., nnd his orchestra This Group meets each two ride Elect Complimented MLss Hilda Holland, bride elec 10 Is being complimented with imber of parties before her mar- age to Mr. Howard S. Caldwcll Hot Springs, on June 13, wa: guest of honor at a brldgi lower given yesterday by Mis* athryn Grear. The rose, and while comblna on, used in Ihc decorations o vectpcas and roses, and in tls cfrcshments, made an nttractiv cttlng for the Interesting assort nent of gilts, tied in ribbons ic sams shades. Miss Winifred Goodrich receive ngcrie for first honors and th iw score prize, a compact, went t liss Frances Holland. » * » :iub Meets. The Young Matrons Bridge clu net wllh Mrs. Doyle Hcndcrso •estcrady afternoon. Pretty summi flowers added an attractive note t he • living room where the clgh guests played bridge. Lingerie went to Mrs. C. E. A Wnson for the prize. The hostess served tomato stu ed salad, sandwiches, potato chip »nd Iced lea. Ira Wright, of Osceola, was visitor In Ihc city Wcdncsd; night. Mrs. Lute Hubbard. who h been ill several days, is yd confined lo her bed. In Russia, oil companies cspccl to double their produclton within five years. Walpole Eleclric Shop Fans Cleaned and Repaired Phone 314 Formerly Clarence Sounders Store BARGAINS FOR SATURDAY and Morrcll's I'ririe. Cenl- er Slices, Lh. 20c One-half or Whole Pound Full Dressed Pound George Doyle, supcrmlcniloiit of Ihc schools al Osccola, was t busi Shoulders Mr. nnd Mrs. Ik'-n Green, of Osceola. arc guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Kolnnd Green. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cox, of ubclhtown, N. J., vlslled here yes lenloy. Mrs. Cox wns formerly county. health unit for Mtsslsslpj)! PORK ROAST county with headquarters In this here and now of Dallas, Tex., Is vls- Ever-Good All i\Ie;U Pound iting in Iho cfly. J. Norrls Moon, who has been attending Ihc University of Arkansas, Pixyelteville. Is home for the Robert E. Waltc of Liltlc Rock secretary of the Arkansas Bankers association, spent yesterday here as the yucsl of B. A. Lynch, preslden enuiiTt uhii'kl.awU J) Jl.^ [f| Sliced. Pound c^u & Langdon left today for a ten days visit through points of Texas. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Uusli and daughter, Constance, of Para gould, spent several days this week Vrcsh Home .Killed i'ound BOILED HAf They wert accompanied home by Patty Shane wlio will visit for u few days, Memphis. Mrs. Josle Srite and daughter Miss Jessie, imd as their guests NECK BONES Gordon Wright Is in Memphis at c bedside of his mother, Mrs. N. Mrs. IJill Walker, of Joncsboro. ..Wright, who underwent an op- ration at the Baptist hospital ycs- rday, Her condition Is serious! N. C. Puryear, of Jonesboro, at- Hospital Notes Finest K. C. lleef TUii-k Hih LOAF ,. acM , .Mrs. EULs Whccicr, ciiy, was dis- nded lo business here ycslcrday. missed from tlic Blytlicvillo hosplt- Miss Winnie Virgil Tinner, couu- nl'today. inesl K. C. Beef Shoulders, Thick Jlil>, Lb. Brisket, Pound Large Crisp Heads Each STRAWBERRIES MALT Guaranteed Fresh Dozen TOMATOES MATCHES 18-Lb. Sack ?U-> 2-l-Lb. Sack Morris' Buiircme or Krookficld. Limit Pound Lare Bucket PORR& BEANS Swoef, Quart Jilt Sour, Quart MINARET J ALE "''r r Best Cane Limit 10 Lbs. l Cold .or -Mmarci. Pound BREAD"'" ROLLS Assorted Flavors .H Packages Can 1(K' .Medium Can i Country Cltil) •'! Standard Quality No. :i Can No. :; Can , Crystal White or P & G 10 Bars

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