The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 2, 1930
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-CLUBS Activities an$ News, of Women e.'6t;>flsjr.l>e Brooks , - ,-^/i4Jips,iMlss., ; to Mr SmHh;-fomwly of tlits cltj. p/took place la Merjdlan Misj., yc pSf.ttentty at • tlie home of 1 the bride's ' «,'M*. 4nd" Mrs. George R, S.Mr, and; MB. Smith will arrive men tomorrow noon to'visit the bridegroom's parent*, Mr and Mrs. i.f. Smith, for several days before King to ' Houston, ' Texas, where they ire to make their home. ... '. ..The brldegrcorn,. who attended ;- v V.<'high, was a graduate •j. ! -.'bf the University, of Alabama in '^--"Xl »nd is i member.of the The! a iiV:Chi fraternity. HJj represented hit .{/;;• chapter at the i national meeting >?. held in Pliiladelphla two years ago. -3j> 'After finishing college he »as con ; v; ; ; netted with, the'Alabama Power '-"- company at Birmingham for two and, later was at Oadsden, with. the 1 George Kins and . . »ny. certified public acccimt- anls. Ke'if now. Joining the Smith Auditing company at Houston, i. Mrs. Smith, after graduating Irom the Meridian high school, was a student at tlie .Mississippi BUte College for Women two years. ,.- :•••• There werq two parties Tuesday :• and Wednesday when Marilyn Bur- ; - nette and Martha Ann Lyrich cele- :.. br»t«J their birth anniversaries.' .-Marilyn. Burnette was 12 years old Tuesday. .Included In the Urge :• crowd of friends who attended the . party were."Birte 1 'but of town' guests, Catherine Tafiim of Ken-' nett, Mo., Clep and ,Mary Louise .. Gltdish of Lawre'nceberg, Tenn. .Flaying games and admiring trra --gifts received made ample enter-' : : t»tanient.'Refreshments were serv- . ed by the hostess' mother, Mrs. i, : M. Bumette. ..-•-..;-.'• Nineteen'-'girl 'friends of Msrth.i '." Ann Lynch were Invited'-to her •. home yesterday - afternoon ' lor •games in honoring 'her llth blrth- . .day. Catherine Tntrim; of Kcunctt, i: Mo., was the only out of town guest. :'.- Tiiere was popcorn served dnrhi;,' -.the afternoon-and later, the blrth- :;r.a«y cake -was cut and a pink lei, «bo served.She'•received o bevy of presents. ... ' ..Miss Gladys Cassldy, daughterof Mr. and . Mrs.. Joseph Cassidy of Huffman,, and; !itr.' Emmamiel Att- iisson, also of. (hat community, , were married at the Church of tho ; : Immaculate Conception this m'orn- -. ing with Pathrc; J. 'J^ Thompsoh ..' performing the ring ceremony'In : nuptial iriafc! 'at'e'Tgnt o'clock. : "' >..-• Th3 bride's" drtss was of electric ' blue french'crepe? ' •—•-••••"••---••• drajies which-ft-e1fc''flttid, and : her hat and otherv'attiessories were iu a harmonizing': shade. She carrlc-J a prayer book-to^the all»r. . : • Her only attendant,. Miss Agnes ."McKay, of Huffman, wore a blu? flat crepe frock trimmed only with flounces. • -.-• Mr. Adklsson had for his best man, Mr.. Joseph Cassidy jr. • Mrs. Adkiasbn has lived at Huffman for.; a. number of years and . . both she and her husband are well known' throughout, that vicinity. '•' f. T. IA. Has a '/' ...Thrift Program. Bits of News Moslly Personal 1 Mrs. lierry D. Brooks Jr.. of Memphis, Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Allan Walton, for isveral days. Mr. Brooks accompanied lier here Tuesday night and returned yes- .terday nlternoon. ! Phil Ilohlnion led yesterday at- tcriioon for Nashville, Tenn., after siwndlnu the holidays at home. He is attending Vanderbllt University. I Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs Inri as their guests Tuesday night lor the dance, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hlghnll and Charles Glass, of Hor- nersvllle, Mr. and Mrs. Fowler. Mr. and Mrs. Eail Jones, Mr. and 'Mrs. Dunn of Kctmetl, Mrs. Rlley ' of California who Is visiting Mr. . nm! Mrs. Frank illghflll, and Mrs. ,T. Hlghllll, of Memphis, who rc- ;maincd over until today. I Miss Matjjuci'i'.e Pride will return I to Waldiit Ridge Sunday where she Is a teacher In the high sclicwl, alter spending two weeks vacation nt home. I Misses Prances Evnns, Warrenc • lirownlce and Elizabeth Haley re- i turned to ISlue Mountain, ; todEiy where they arc students at I Blue Mountain college, after visit; ing relatives (or ten days. | Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mack htive [relumed from Kansas City, Mo., I where Ihey spent the holidays. | Mrs. W. II. Mlnyiird and Mrs. I Huth Mahan were visitors in Mem- 'phls yesterday. W. A. niack Is visiting ht3 family In Oklahoma City for the holt- days. Sam Wells, of Cape Olrardeuit, spent Tuesday night nnd Wednci- UincraW. ercoii anil Mack l.ieo com- (j n y ]„ t nc c ity blue lo fashion a new evening gowa , Miss n c sc White, of Djccola, »f almost Kmnlvo cut. . ; shopped here yesterday. : Mr. and Mrs. Haker Wilson and &4ikado Her Dad I School" were discussed by Miss Lu- !scn are returning to Memphis to- cile Armstrong nnd Mrs. . ,H. A. day alter spending four months in Smith discussed methods of form- this city. ing thrift habits hi the home. Tho | Randolph Pulton and Marlon group singing was led by Roscoe Orny nltenilcd n p.irty iJance given ^j orr l s In Osccola last night by Mrs. Brax- Mlss' Alma Peters' room won the : ten Uragg in complimenting hsi' [niece, Miss Evelyn Emerson. K, E. Alexander nnd son, Quln- cy Oliver, spent yesterday In Mcni- | Miss Miunl£ Matthews spent New .Miss Ruth Mist nnd Mr. Lanrlfry i year's In Jonesboro where she at- Cravens, tolh of Mltzville, Mo., tended a party and dance. She wns were married In this city today with ncccmpanlcd by Cleyburn Mtickcy, - ,.. _ . • .._•_=.. • the • O f Harrington. Texas. Misses Maurice and Dclma Gvav- 'elte, J. T, Sudbury and Jack llob- Inson left today for r iusealoosn. dollar for having the most mothers In attendance. • « Cravens-Mbt. ' Justice R. L.'McKnlght saylni nrembny.. rie i ioinrrlagc of . Miss. ,.Jeijn;c ' Aln., where they ars He'nclCTSon and M^r. Osfar -Butler, ;tho state unverslly r.Itcr ' ' both', of Lep'unto. took place here yesterday with Justice Oscnv Alex- r.nder ' pevform'ing ' the ceremony. • * * . Class to Meet Thu FWells Sunday School class cf the First Baptist .church will 1-avc a social and business meeting r.t the clmrch Friday nlpi't. ly meeting yesterday afternoon nt .the school, with a program on ofMrs.Miils Dies in Oklahoma Mrs. Royal C. Mills' was called to Wynne Wocd, Okla.. Tu'asdny b;-' cause of the illness of- her sister, ! morning.) She wns the wife ol Judge |J. T. Wheeler of that city where The "Strong Man" of India the holidays at home. . Marlon Parham ol Michigan City, Miss., left today for the University ol Tennessee at Knoxvlle. alter scvernl days visit here as 1112 guest ol Vernicc Webb. Mrs. C. E. Crlgger icturncr Tuesday from Cliicngo where she visited her son,.J. T. Phillips, nml family, during Christmas. She was met In Memphis by Mr. and Mrs. Charles jr. Mrs. Pally knight ami son, FranV of Kldgelop. Tenn., have arrived, to spend ii month with Mrs. Knight's slsler, Mrs. Russell Phillips, and family. Mrs. Jolin Long is able to be up following several days illness. Miss-Mnry Crciislmv:. uf Craw- forctsvlllc. Ark., was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joe D. ffalbach and attended the <l;incc Tuesday night. Miss Violet Norman of Memphis was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. L'lfcins nnd John Cook Robert- Tnkifi ilcrc is f Kpcclnlly pnspii plxiin Rrapl; of liir iiltlc- Princrep Torn itsuslilcr <if Ilin fnnwror and oni pi?.'-.' of ,T,i;i,in. fnUrn on h?r fnin'[l : llrlliikir. .She Is tlie elilcit jhl)'' rt Ihc mtl<:i(ln. >fenus MAKY ' NBA Service Writer The salads given here tire particularly suitable' for' Ihe wlntei months. They all are appetizing and easily made. * • • ..... Asp.iragus Salad Asparagus salad ts -excellent to A Home That Can Rise On The Unit Flan W4 Smkes For Little Wheeler Girl Funeral services were: held yes- .erday for little Lula Mae Wheeler, oaj year old daughter ol Mr. anil *rs. W. B. Wheeler, who succumb d at the Blythevllle- hospital i'ues ay night at ll»:30 o'clock. The child led after lingering for almost nm ours following the accidental looting, of the baby girl by her *-year-old brother. The services were held at Saw- *ra cemetery with the Rev Shep»rd officiating. Funeral arrange- •nents were 'in charge of the Cobb Undertaking comjrany. The vletlm of the tragedy is sur- ived by her parents, her brother, Olaude, and a sister, Ruby Wheeled Hospital Note* Patients admitted to the Blythe- ille hospital—Woodrow Crabtree, *achville; Ifenry Evans, Cooler Mo. This charming Connecticut horn™, over the garage, with a rear stair- In n revised design instead of tlie iisunl "salr-bo.v" type, m.iy be bul-'. in units or in Us entirety. If the builder desires less space at first, the dining room and kitchen on the first floor, and two bed rooms with bath on the second, could be erected. The dlnln; room would then be used, of course, for a living room, as the dining alcove is ample for a small home. The living room, garage and porch units could be added latei 1 , either singly or together. . ' In the complete plan, four mas- prepare for unexpected guests. As-1'" fccd room5 •"'"' a milld ' s room Is uhvnys regarded M a way connecting, are provided Cross-ventilation and unusual storage and closet space are attractive features. Brick is suggested for the firs floor exterior, clapboards or shin jles for the second and a whiti r-hlngle roof. A front door in greei with a plant box on each side of thi entrance- adds the desired toucli o color. Blinds should not be use with (his design. Estimates of construction cost In the larger cities range from 818, ! ') to »20.0QO. delicacy whether canned or fresh. Prepared with a tart dress- Ing, the canned variety is most acceptable In salad form. Put. canned asparagus. into a large, flat strainer nnd dip Into a big pan of cold i,vatcr, taking cnre not to brcan the heads. Drain thoroughly. Arrange In i|eat piles' on'« bed of lettuce, Cut .narrow strips of pimento and lay one across each lu be mixed with slice of onion. Mix gn'.pefrnit, celery .and mils with Frtncli dressing. Fill pepper.-J with mixture and sprinkle wilii paprika. Serve well-chilled. Local Boys Leave Foi' Sendee Abroad Nine young men, recently enllst- plle 'as it it were a band holdliig ! ct ' '" "'c army and navy at tlie" stalks together. Serve with ucuuiiimj station here,, have Been French dressing or mayonnaise. '" '"'" ""' •*—=—' •' • Clictsc Ball Salutl • Chcosc. b:ill salad makes a good luiichon salad or n dinner salad served ns a separate course. The cheese nnd nut combination is lo:> hciivy to Accompany inent, but ti, piquant enough (o rdect a ol5as- nnl contrast and ndd zest tb the sweet.-' corn-so. 'One package Noufchatel or Philadelphia crenm cheese, 2 tablespoons finely -chopped mils, l i tablespoons minced olives,. a tablc- spcons minced pimenlo, cream, lettuce, French dressing. . . • r Work cheese to n smooth paste with cream. Work in nuts, olives anil pimento, adding cream if nec- essni-y. Form Into small balls and put In a cold place to chill and cecome firm. Arrange on leuuce and sprinkle with paprika. Serve with French dressing. Accompany with crisp, toasted crackers. sen for the dunce Tuesday night She returned home toclny. Mrs. Joe D. Halbach. who has been 111 at her home on West Mum > •••••• street lor several days, is now im- ' s sllltablc for Hmcheon or supper. :r mother, Mrs. Home. .9"" 1 "' or ™rc "lly cooked dried Lima Dean Salmi Limn bean rr.lad Is henrty and proving. Her and daughter, Miss Sarah, of Crawfordsville. were here yesterday and iMr. Hnlbnch's mother, Mrs. V. Ilni- Mr. HnHindis mother, Mrs. v. inn- •; .. . ,; * '. , --" bach, of Memphis. Is also with Her. "" °"' \ fnb esiwons mmccd srcen Mrs. J. H. Elklns is abla to bo uji ^V^. 4 tnblcspDons grated cheese. rcsartfed as '.'the ,OuO,OCb natives'in ent ovor tho quca; a Jondon law e l&,tier for man)i lima bctins cnn be used. One cup canned lima beans. 3-4 cup diced .celery. I teapmn minced Mr. and Mrs. Alexander and son, j Qulncy Oliver, to Memphis ycslcr-! dny. I ios; Rcddy. of Augustn. Ark., I the guest ot Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rushing. Earl Williams, who has been 111 from Influenza, fa now improving. Allen Rushing is reluming to Beonevllie. Ark., tonight -uftcr 'a week's visit with lib. parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rushtiig. . Mrs. Helen Blytlie 'Is ill at her hc'me on Davis avenue.. . • Arthur' Hushing Is improving after a brief illness from Influenza: J« n ry r pi!cr ai;d on °" ' B ° " K " LOST—A ladies purse. Tan. Contains ladies watch and some money. Return to Couricr\ News and receive reward. 2pk6 to the tittraclivcness ot the sal.i Grapefruit Salad The fallowing Br;i]x;fniit fab is served in urepii uepucr cups. Tills makes It an exceptionally gi salad for a plate Umch°on. Two sveet.ftrccii ueppers, I cup 'drained grapefruit, -pulp. '•; cup minced celery. 2 .UUeSpoons nut nieats. t'slicc onion.•-.;" . , Cut iicppers in halves lengthwise. Remove seeds and whi^e nber. lie- move pulp 'from grapefruit and orniii. Use Juice In the French dressing with less lemon Juice than usual. Rub bowl iri which salad is Fort Meade, South Dakota, for cornet player, an alto saxophon player, a tenor saxophone playe and a BB clarinet player. Ther are also openings for the mcdica department of the army and nav general .hospital at Hot, Springs Ark. All' recruits for this depart merit must"have an eighth grad education'. .Other .openings are ii the Hawaiian arid Philippine de partmefiU"for Infantry flelct arti; lery,'coast'.artillery and air corps JHURSDAV > _jANUARY_2, ss a laborer In tile r a 1! r shops. Ho shared a room with- a night patrolman. Attcrbury slept nights and 666 Is a Prescription for Colds, Grippe, flu, Dengue', Bilious Fever arid Maiam. It Is the most speedy rfmcilj knonn. fri sent to their first destinations. The army recruits, cnr'oute" to Honolulu. Hawaii, are: James' Raymond Smith jr.. David Payton Smith. Uichnrd Hancy, : Raymond Calvin. Charles ninnehard and Sam Copcland, nil of • Blythevllle. Thsy Joined the infantry department. The three navy recruits are: Paul Bazzeil, of here, son of Mrs. Elizabeth Martin of Memphis; rarrcll Hair Was Thin—Falling Out Badly—Scalp Was Dry, Also Dandruff TELLS HOW^SHE GAINED BACK 15EAUTJFUL HAIR "My scalp was dry and falVng hair dandruff worried me. In fact I was almost bald, my hair was so thin until the lucky day i found a Godsend in Lea's Hair Tonic at the drug store. I cannot praise Lea's enough. I had already used most every kind of tonic that cams to my notice but to no avail so you can imagine how delighted I am with Lea's. I began using it just about one year ago and now my hair is thick, glossy full of life and really beaudful I think and friends say so. too. I have used in all perhaps twenty-live bottles, but it enhanced my appearance so much i continue .to use it and "probably always will. ,every now and then to keep my scalp and hair in^ feet condition. I beg of those who have hnir or scalp trouble to give Lea's Hair Tonic a thorough' trial. They 'positively will not 'be disappointed, I swear it." declared Mrs. Nellie Gerne. 327 Westmont Ave. Westmont, jr. J. People troubled like Mrs. Germ can easily prove to' themselves' at home at little expense, how' much younger, neater and more presentable they look when the 'hair is iu perfect shape. Even when'the hair has turned gray, dead—looking' or streaked, Lea's Tonic after • n few weeks use puts "all''those 1 gray..halrs right back-to a youthful shade. U seems to put nature' back on the job growing; a full head of vigor- oil?, even colored, healthy hair. It doesn't show Druggists are authorized to 'cheerfully''.refnnrt money If you aw not delighted, or send dollar bill, check or stamps for bottle'by -return.mail postage paid to Lea'Tonic Co.'Bren.twtidd '-•''' :| ''" ... : ; ! '• .._ _±ll^I!Jll_ •' Albert Howie, son of of Caruthersville; and T. Howie Theodore Nixon Culp, sou of W. L. Gulp of Lcaclivlllc. Then went to Norfolk, Va,, for nine weeks land duty :fore boarding the cruiser "Salt Lake City" which will go for a tour of the European waters.- . Luther Leathers, In cbargc of tte army station, has recelVrd communications saying that there are openings in the cavnlry bond M Chest Colds ^*^fc Rub well over OVEIHi»MII.UON JARS US€0 VEACMV A THREE DAYS' COUGH IS YOUR DANGER SIGNAL Coughs from may Irat to'se- •TIMJS trifiililf. You can slop thrm cow uiih CicoimiUi™. »n cmulsitesl rrcoiotf Ih.n i« ylcasam to ulo. t'rconiiiUion j'j a raeiiical discovery «ith iwo.foH action; it iwllies and lirsls ihe inllaawil nicmbniict and in- hiliils porm proMh, 0( »il known ilrngj.creosote li rcc- rjniirtl In- liigl! nic.Iical auilinritii^ as one of llic fcMtcsl lulling a:;i-ncies lor coughs from roUs .itnl bror.clihl •—••-••— Crcoiiiiilsio:. , to crcrsoli, ot^icr healing CRE dor.fnls- rliich soollic ar.l ^e.1l ih« inllimcil rocmbr.incs ar.d Mop ihc ir- ritJ!:cn. whilt; Ihc rrcavjlc goc! on In the sttMTUcli, i» alisorbcd inio iho U»«!. siiacki il-,o scot of ihc Ironblo •iii[ check? the fcT<m-ih of tire Rcrrm 1 ••' CicomnliiiMi is Ruaranlccii !iii«Ijc-- tdry in ihc ttc.vmcnt of coujln from cmi.-, [iior.chilis siiil minor for:M <>| krnr.-liHl itriuiions, ami is cwllcnt for building up lire s>slcm iftn co'.lj tr fin. Money rcfitmlftl if n,»l ro- J« icii after uiinj JccorJinf, to diicc- lior:=. Ark'ypvif drupgist. (ajv.) y.fOR The old year has about reached the end of it's trail, and 1930, like a candidate waiting to be initiated into a secret order is about to be admitted. We stand in wonder and anticipation on the threshold of the New Year, and wonder what ts behind the rtoor uhich bears the name plate "1930." Let's all be truthful In 1930- lying Is a fault in a boy; , 1n art In a bachelor, a necessity to a married man and a duty to a diplomat. We know of only one family where the male is (he boss—nnd he Isn't four years o;rl yet! That's the truth. Here's wishing you all a prosperous TOM W. Jackson 1 t '~i AllBI ouneemenl a* >... ,.«v df/i

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