The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 17, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 17, 1930
Page 2
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• ' FRIDAY, JANUARY 17, 18SO Activities and News of Women IT, «* M*. Oscar Bal!«y en"""with » bridge party l»*t t Utelr hotne 'on Ken. ,.,rnje:tp which eight pf (rigid* «re; invited, .. Win Ohipln was presentee! . ,.i <ft handkerchiefs for first fcion 'among the' ladles -and the BOUemen's prize, a tie, went to J. ~ Suford jr. •.The hostess- served sandwiches aud a dessert course with coifce. ':.- • • • Entertained. : ^ Then'were no guests at the " " party of, the .Yogug Matrons 'entertained by Mrs. F. L. v' In the several bridge played,. Mrs'. Mall Mqna- JhtA jr.; won the pries, a double 'fi* of ttrds. »4 The refreshments were n plate lunch of banana salad, perminto ;«rjd,wtches, salted nuts and coffee. ETHEL (A£.<3 WELL Pupils o[ the 8A2 class ol junior _ttgh school, were guests of their home room teacher, Miss Monta Hughes,- for a party last eveulng at ibe bom; of Harold 'Sudbury. ^ The. JO present spent the evening ; 'jwrte.fin4' a • h.^tcry o? t,he class •icing with Its will and a prophecy tnd also in playing games. The twcher served an ice course. ' > Kn. 'Patty Knight bt Rldgetop, T*BH. 'and.. Mrs. Charles Martin were guests of Mrs. Ross D, Hughes Jiaterday when the also entertained latvben of ''th$ Thursday Bridge dipt. The eight guests wore served HI appetizing t»Q course menu at naff luneheon. tablfl gay with sweet- InypMtel ahadea and tapers A •«»•'. of >it$nen knives weri) among the olub and Mrs, r high guttt uu Byron Uone (or Kn. Shaae Has Chit, . In entertaining members of tho .MW^Wetk bridge club, Mrs. Cecil Bhane was also hostess to Mr*. John Dtx, of Cleveland; Ohio, and Mrs. £4 Shane. Candles, in silver holder*, centered the tmall luncheon tables mqd In tervlng' the delicious i two course menu. • . ' "r tin Dtx won a linen towel for th*( prize among the guest* and A..0-nway's gift for the club was two linen towels. ... £Mh Meets - , • '. i • Mrs. Vul* -r. Story was hostess (a the Two Table bridge club and two guwtt, Mrs. FUher t Tatum of Marf«l,-^ATk.,' arid Miss !?ulti'Her- f TtajX Tjmrsday iM^rj^ri" pt hV>r ^ home ofi Wo»t Ash j street. •In the card 'ganiejlf Mrs. J. K. Guner won the,' prbje, lingerie, and ,Mn Tstum's 'gift for. high guest Was a compact. . Mrs. Story' served pear salad with salted pecans und hot lest. BARGAINS For Saturday and Monday Extra fancy well bleached Cabbage „"& Ib. 4c | Onions, Red Ib. 4c Potatoes Fancy Idaho Reds peck 57c "-^<3.V Lettuce, Iceberg Ib. 9c | Grapefruit £5 5c P & G Soap 10 bars for G iwe |Y hu siAVECK, INC. • Mostly Personal-. shopped, in Blylhcvlllg Friday. Jpini Halstead, of Bly<he\'llte Is no\y ejnployed, a.t the Bank of Steele as bookkeeper,' nil in g • th,o vacancy caused, by the repent ; resignation Of •Miss Chloe Whitner. 'Bill Hsnley. Fred Kelly and J. : Miss Pauline Hires, wlu has bcen ! P- Henderson made a business' trip quite ill with scarlet fever, is now ° Carutriersville Monday. Misses Evciyii JJiBS»rt and Mato Hollinsworlh spent Sunday with SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN By SISTER MARY NBA Swrice Writer Cld-world houselteepers rpany recipes and ways of Improving. Miss Geneva mailings is leaving today for Princeton, Ky.. whare she will visit relatives. Mrs. C. M. dray, Mrs, J. Neal Oesell, Mrs. L. S. BrUcoe und Miss Margaret Or«y are spending tcday In Memphis.' Dan Hesselljei-g, of §t, touts, Is | attending to business here for two | days. Alice Ware, daughter o( Mr. and [Mrs. R. N. Ware jr, is ill wlib, scarlet fever. • Mrs. Elmo Moore, of Dyersburg. Tenn., Is visiting her niece, Mrs, | Joe Scruggs. W. B. Savnge of Memphis is have I business visitor in the city, doing Mr. and Mr?, c. S. Stevens, Miss things that we who st'ricve for ef- Mary Ellen Stevens and brother Selency -.and economy might well Junior, arc spending today In Mem- copy. phis. Scup to them does not mean halt Miss Margaret Mlllner Is a vls- a cupful of'•'delicately seasoned,liter In Memphis today, carefully strained and clarified George Wight, who has been II troth as it does ti us. Soup as for several days, Is now bolter, they serve it forma the most sub-1 P. E. Council Is a patient at tin Etantial part of the family meal. Memphis Baptist hospital. . The lemplings or "quenelles" the Mrs. J. F. Appleton is rcturnlni French and English put in their to her home in Memphis this at toups have great food value and Itcrnoon after visiting her daugh • ire very different from our own ler, Mrs. L. D. Chamblin, and fam • sort of «oup garnishlngs. They are|ily, for two weeks, really forcemeat mixtures poached in hot soup and are made large • or small according to the mission ot the dish. • ': • Ci 7 H [ V^Meat-balls made as tiny as a' -vi,.~/~ marble could be slrved in a cup of • cbnscmme for dinner, luncheon or ••high tea." Ham balls' are particularly delicious in chicken or .•veil stock.' -<T.I Irs. Dick ES. D. Qverturt of Dan ton Is tne ueat of A. J. Overturf and family ;ils week. Irvln Kantor was in Memphis Minday. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Workman and on were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Lc Sier of Carulliers- llle Sunday. Mrs.T ; B; Burdine and T. B. r., of Nashville, teim.. and Mildred Root of Jackson, Tcmv, vere tile giiesti of Mr. and Mrs. H A. Spcnce this week. Morris Turner made a business rip to Caruthersvllle Thursday eve- ersville attended to business here lasl Friday. J. Frcedman has besu conflned lo lils room since Christmas any. due !o a fall.he received when he | slipix^d froin the steps of the ho!!L? of A. B. Rhodes. He suffered internal Injuries. Lou Burns and J. C. Powers were In Luxora Sunday. Mrs. Sam Hamra Is visiting relatives in Fulton, Ky. ning. Ezra- Tolbert IU resigned his xwltlon with the Kroger store here :o complete his school course. William Bishop has returned from Tampa, Fla.. where he spent a month. Mrs. p. s. Kelly is 111 with influenza. Mr. and Mrs. J. I'. York, who have been visiting their daughter, Mrs. O. H. Friend, have returned to tlielr home in Flint. Mich . Fred Wheeler and W. M. Chrys- transacted PENTECOSTAL CIIlfKCH OF ODD ' 101)1 West Main Street John U. Huffman, Pastiir Services Saturday nlghl. AH Holy Oliost people and the general public urged to attend. Sunday school Sabbath mcruins at 10 o'clock." Bro. A. W. Hllde- briUHl, superintendent. Clashes to:' all nges. Sundny nltcrnoon nl 2:30 is « ipccial mrcting for all Chris'.tan people and we invite Chrisiians all faiths to come nncl worship >vi' us. Sswclal services next Sunday night, commeuclni; at 7:^0. It is evangelistic and experience mee.- ing. Good song service. Everybody invited to all services. The humblest citizen will receive Stedc Society-—Personal Icr of Caruthersvlllo business here Monday. Mrs. J. A. Travis Is in Caruthers- villc visiting Mrs. O. E. Michle. .. Mrs L W Weaver and Mies! Torchle Slono attended the show in the same welcome us the wealthiest. A Sound Sleeper SZOLNOK. Hungary (UP)—On . : :I4vcr balk mode quite good sized : poached in beef stock would Bud Hollcy and Eutrn Mnthis nl- tcnded the show in Hayll Sunday rijht. Mrs. S. D. Clari;, who hus be;n lhe lias ' wrt ' ls »»«" "«- [;. b« ideal.for the. children's lunch- 1 '•'= eon, needing little more than shed- Jlifcd lettuce or cablwge and a sim- is |-t^:,fruit desert to:complete thai Mr _ and Mrs ^.^ Yarbr ., U6 i, w.11."' .W-iHiu Kali. nf ih!|cl *" tn=tr e " E5t5 Sll »dny Tobc billt are little balls of . McCgnls and d , ll6ltt( , r '.wrapped In a square of -I*' dough. ?--> ' •' Uver : :'Qne-half pound vtal liver, 3 eggs, Harry Talkinglon is very ill this w;ek wllh Influenza. . Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Smith. Miss Mablc Smith, Sl'.irlcy SmUh and f re ad .crumbs, 1 tab-i D ; L. .Polls motored to Marked . -.^r-r- ft™; Vf -teaspo-n salf, Vi T r «, r Ark. I A'jca^ofl;nutmeg, l-S teaspoon-pep-j_ Miss Kioto Ciarke aud Lcyor 'jfdt, lew gratings lemon-hind. j Earls attended the show iu Carutli- jFparbpil. liver in boiluig water. [ ersville Salurday night. rfugh flr.e knife of food; Charles Michle and Miss Josc- .^'v^* ( !d bread crumbs,, flpyr phine Holly motored to Meinphi: •jtynrngs Mix well and a*}-Tuesday.' "-;*» >eatcn. It not moist] .Mrs. F. P. McCutchen relurne, ""~iO hild together, add » lilt- jtfo'm.the hospital in Memphis Sun '": Drop from lip of spoon d»y after having an operation. '' stock. Cover and sun-j .Mr. and Mrs. ^f. Kaury had a tltes. Vigorous bailing their guesU Sunday'Snm and Ne! ^. i? Ua are first put in might' ife S»Uba of tuxora, Ark. kXItMlfc-' 1 ''.-Se' v e in plates-'of ,'M.W.; WUIiarn Woodarrt and chil J;V»^Sj'.': ',--.' -dren of .Cooler were the firsts o ji'stMt »lx»»M be well season- Mrs. Wcodard's mother, >',rs. A. J "" ..thro-jgh cheese McCoUum last week end. tid with fat re- Mrs. .T. A. Davis visited her sis iote attractive ter, Mrs. S. F. Jordan of Berni it; be reheated Mo., last week. ' Oiling point Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Taylor, ar 'i'be added. Mr.' and Mrs. Lawrence Andersc Blytheville Tuesday night. Abner Ashcrott and Jack McClure ere in Memphis Sunday. Misses Ketha Great and Sallic nmra attended the show iu Bly- leville Tuesday night. Walter Bailey was in Blytlieviile uesday. Rev. Saddler called on Mrs. L. W. nhncr Monday afternoon. W. O- Alexander made a busl- ess trip to Carulhersvlllc Monday, Mrs, J. A. TTRv(s and son. G. G.. nd Mrs. A. A- Kelley shopped Blyth.evilic. Monday. Mrs. M. B. Courtney and children lave gone for an extended visit in Clsrksdalc, Miss., with Mrs. Courtley's mother. Dr. O. W. Stephens of Flat Klv- r. Mo., has located over Work- nan's Drug slore. Dr. Slcpheuswas ormerly of 8t«ele and is a we) known dentist In this county. John W. McFarlund ot Carulh ieh Csorb;\. n r.i-asanl [this district, aflcr tying his falher and and loot opened an artery n lhe lower nvtery of lhe oid inn's arm nuil bathed himsr-lf in he warm blood ",vj thnt he might cconie strcngrr iinrt more hand- omc." Then l-.e went to bod ami lept until Oic gendarmes. ;il;i:mrd ft neighbor ivho hnd coine for -i visit and found lhe [nllicr clr.irt. to arrest him. Best Purgative for Why Suffer With Cnrns—Vay Dime—Pain Slops :iml Onl Comes Coin. Relieves lhe congestion, reduces complication*, battens recovery. KKSULTS GUAHANTKE1) NKWKST, HKST UKMKDY No bulky dcughnut pads cr b'.ir!i- mg Rcldc— gel an envelope c! O-Joy Corn Wafers for a <iimc. Thin as paper, press cue on the corn '.vim (Inscr and il stick", there 1 . S'.rcs don't hurl. Pain is gone fin:noa°i 110- ly. Dance if you wkh, r.o li.y.lsor, fuss or danger. Later, iu Hie 1 'o. out comes crrn, caUciif. ro,-;^ ,T.; ; a!!. Like umjlc. EVCIVDIIO i. r.c Ing wild over O-Joys. \vas overjoyed; ynn will i O-Joy Wafers for u c'ime a'. . t.-.,i S-, Sardines 3cans25c Flour 24-lb. sack Fern Leaf 2Mb, sack Uncle Ned Cleanser Old Dutch 2 for 15c :\ 2Jcan O Van Camp & or Confectioner, 2 picgs. N°- 2 can Ib. 37c Flour 5S£? 2 pkgs. 25c | Syrup 2St Peas No. 1 can 3 cans for Pimintoes 25c Beans Ib. ICc Hens Fancy Milk Fed Full Dressed Soup VaTn oS p 3 cans 23c I Sausage Mixed Ib. Black Hawk Bacon Sliced pound Roast Bristey Ib. J7c I Sausage, Pork Ib. 22^e •••^•••HliBBBMM>MHB^BHBBlflHHi^iBB^BBHBHtAflnHHBBHaHK^9HB^^BBHBVS>£>K Lard

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