The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 18, 1930 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 18, 1930
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ST\ m i? .of .Personal Interest 01 I IRQ -ULUpu Activities and News of Women Calendar Woman's missionary untcn First Baptlsf church will monthly business meeting •i' the, church. 'StThere will » coll meeting of •the executive board ot the wom- :|n's. auxiliary ot the 'First Presby- .terlan church at 3:00 p. in. at' the ;f]ttirch and (he regular auxiliary feeling will be held at 2:30. a' Members ot the woman's mis- Binary society ot the First Melh- iwiist church will attend circle ;ineetlng6 when cUctlons ot otflcers (WiU be held. Circle 1 will meet ['•flth Mrs, Hi M. Adklnson; Circle • J- with Mrs. E. D. Glllen; circle ^ v at the>church; all of these nt. ,-3':30 o'clock. Circle 4 will have n :.Juiicheon.'!\l the churli at l o'clock Iwith Mcsdames Walker H. Baker, E. 'Warren, George Hubbard. Branson and Crawford Greene f ••!> hostesses, •£- : Thp Lake Street Methodist ? church U' meeting at Hie church at 2:30 for a mission study. At h* br inner-l>»v|i Miss Nina Davis ind, Mr. Oblc Ashabranner, both ot Manila, obtained a marriage Ucens: htire yesterday. • * * Gof«rih-Fr»Kr. Miss Mary Fraser and Mr. T. W. Goforth, both ot (his city, obtained r. marriage license here today. Thompson- Smith. \ The marriage ot Miss Mary M. and Mr. . ; ('.The Maple Grove Cemetery as; .B6cl aUohVis meeting til the home i-ot'tMrs. Frank Webb. :,'-; Mrs. M. A. Isaacs is having the r.Tuesday Bridge club. i*; Tile .Tuesday Luncheon club is !?m«tln3 with. Mrs. Horace T. Culp. "' Smith, of Alicia, Ark James L. Thompson, of this city, took place here Friday with Justice Oscar Alexander performing the ceremony. P. T. A. Holds MKllnf : The Forty . and Eight _ Parent Teacher association met "Tuesday at tha school lor the first monthly meeting cf the year with Mrs.' C. J. I.ittlc presiding ,as president. Miss Elea Wnper vfis ekljtci) vice president, Imoprtant- corres- l>cndcncc was read and resolutions were made and adopted tor this group to become members of the Mississippi County Council and to end the membership lee. It was also voted IT send a written report i Ihe meeting In Otccola Thuriday Tlw next meeting will be held •U the school Tuesdayj February 11 at 2'.30 p. m. All members to attend and to bring a :."The' music depirtmtnt of ''tranin'a club Is meeting at the the ;. } -Th« Eastern Star order will have lilt* Initiation. • Ikandiy "-I;Mrs. R. F. Klrshnev is having vine Thursday Luncheon club. ;_r-..The Two Table Bridge club Is vimttirig with Mrs. Raymond Es- prcs]>cclive member. SISTER MARY'S K1TCH Br BISTER MARY NBA Service Wrlltr The cook who would lotatoes at their best .hem stand after they ore ready tor the table. A potato really U a delicate vegetable and'should be as carefully crokcd and Jwndlcd as asparagus, There are so many interesting ways of cooking potatoes that It seems a pity to many families eat them inashcrt day titter day. At (hit; time of the year particularly, cotmiEH-NEwq Huffman Newt Dolph Adklwon wac t buiinws visitor in BlythtriUi FritUy. Allle B. Ctuldy ipent Sunday with June Whjtthunt, Helen. Bwtftoid spent Sunday with Martha AcUms Mrs. L. N. Baker Is conyaleso- Ing H the honje pt her daughter, Mrs. Singer Johnson, at W and B, Mrs. Bak«r formerly Mrs. Mary Merritt ancj daughter Blvlan and Mrc. • Aubrjr Mtrrllt were guests of Mrs. W. E. Hagan Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. T. H, Hatatkl had u her guest Tuesday Mrt. Paul FlUjer- iald, ! Mildred Ray was the guest of ... ,,,,., lno i Louise Chandler Thursday night, niu." is the .subject of the morn. | W lll nay and S. A. Pepper were : :cr '"J; n ' „, ,, ... . Tuesday evening callers at the 'How Can Blytheville Prcsjor?"! home 0 [ vv. w Hughes tl-.c subject at the evening .ecrv-1 Ml . an <i Mrs. Cecil Oxford re- nerve her ice. ,,,.., ' i '• Jrncd the past week end from never Ids Special music at both times, • : jilckman, Ky., where Mr. Oxford Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. Leagues, 6:30 p. m. SATURDAY, JANUARY 18, 1930 URST METHODIST CHUBCH > I'. Q. Rcrte, Patter ' Worship and tcrmon, 11 a. m. mid 7:30 p. in, 1 '-Thr Greatest Think In Prayer meeting 1>. m. Wednesday, 7:30 was employed by the U. 8. fleet. Miss Elva Walker spent the week when fresh vegetables arc high and Church," FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Marlon A .Roff*, Pattor . Sunday fchocl, 9:45 a. m. ' • •• Morning worship at 11 o'clock. 'The Holy Spirit and the Modern be the pastor's sub- scarce, attractive potato dishes do ject. Anllicm: "They that Trust much to help In providing appe- in the Lord." tiling ircals. ' There will lie no evening service Masy dlslies made with lelt-ovcr en [icc'.unl of absence of the pas- me.its use potatoes for a founda- tor preaching at Forrest City, tlon. Combination of this sort are Young People's meeting at 6:15 Elizabethan Home A Bungalow Type nourishing and high In food vnlut. p. m. Bits of Neu)s Mnsllv al served with a green salad, they supply balanced menus at low cost. | Potato Croquetlw i Four rr five medium sized pota- ocs, 3 tablr-spoans butter,' 1 tea- poon salt, ^1 teaspoon pepper, 1 ablcspoon minced parsley, 1 egg, A cordial welcome to all. • '•"':. Miss Mary Matthews, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. George U. Matthews, .and Mr. Joseph Clifton Watson J'fvere married tills afternoon at th2 .home .of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Cop- •--;pedge. The Rev. E. K. Lutlmcr, pis- :; ttir of the First Christian church, ..performed the ring ceremony a'. ;;il:SO .o'clock. As the nuptial vows -3were being exchanged, "I Love You /ttiily" was played. ;;> :'-,' The trlde's dress was a spring 1' model of morning blue french crepe '^.fashioned with long lines and fitted '-•'and her accessories .were of the ' -; same shade. She wore a corsuge of v^'pink and yellow Rapture and swect- . heart rosebuds.. •J, Immediately following the ccrc- .mbny, attended' only b» members . of the brides fariilly and a few in- KtlmBWrriendsr Mt. and Mrs. Wat- tpn. motored tp.% Memphis for'a ' bridal trip. Upon <thplr return (o- .ijiorrow night they will make their r.hbme In the Douglas apartment on {'•: Kentucky avenue: , 'I '• Mrs. Watson, who has lived here | - for a. number of years, attended S the city high school where she was ' a popular-student and later wits a student at a Memphis Business college. The bridegroom, whose parents live In Mammoth Springs, Ark., is a salesman for the A. B. Jones Grocery company of Biytlicvillc. • • • Entertain Club and Goestc Mr. and Mrs. W.'M. McKciizle entertained the members of ' the Friday Night Bridge club and a number of guests last evening at their hcme on West Main street for the first party this club lias had in recent months. A suggestion of Valentine was seen in the table arranged for serving punch and the tallies abo '. portrayed the approaching holiday. In the bridge game. Mrs. Russcl j Phillips won high among the club ladles, Mrs. Charles Martin wa high among the lady guests. Boll .were given hosiery as was Mrs Patty Knight, of Rldgctop. Tenn who was an out-of-town guest. Oil Kochtilzky won a cigarette case for the men's club prize ant! C. R. Babccck'siglft for hlijh among the men guests was a bill folder. The ho-tess served a plate lunch of chicken salad, chejl:U( ruse and coffee to the club members and these cuests who made up the 33 present: Mcsdamcs May 1,. Ald- lldge, Charles Martin. Patty Knight of Ridgetop, Tcniv, Ruth Mahan: Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Babcock. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. A. Cotiwny will spend n part cf next week in Little Rock. Mrs. J. A. Leech and cousin, Miss Prg;y McKecl, are In Memphis for two days. Miss Anna Bell Stacy, who h 111 with scarlet lever, Is now much batter. ' Dr. J. C. Blalnc of Wellsvllle. Mi., who. has extensive property Interests In this city, li attending lo business here. ' Mr, and Mrs. Roland Green were visitors in Osccola last night attending the party of the Osceola- Luxcra 60i club. ' County Engineer B. N, Wilson, ot Oiccola, is attending lo business here tcday. Rus:cll Phillips attended t-> business in Memphis yesterday. Miss Maxine Brown, of Luxorn Is a visitor in the city this afternoon. She was accompanied hnmi by Miss Maty Elizabeth Robinson nhD \vljl spend the week-end there Hospital Notes Mrs. Dye, Braggailocla, Mo., and H. A.'Haynes, Promise Land, wcr \tin ittctl to the Blytheville UosplW today. Mrs. E. J. Spencer, city, wa dismissed. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Perry F. Wtfcb, Pastor .: 0:45 Sunday school. Do you like fellowship? Are you Interested in making your community a better place in which to live? Do you want to know more about the Able? It Wa>-h p-tatocs and put on to you do, then attend Sunday r.chool ook in cold water. Boll 45 to 00 and church tomorrow, and every nlnutes until done. Drain and Sunday. _ hake over fire until perfectly dry. Morning worship 11:00, pastor a •Ml and put through a rlcer. Sea- subject: "When You Pray, Bcllovc. :s with salt, pepper, parsley ami, B:15 B, Y. P. U.'s for all ages. lUtter.- Beat c 8B and beat Into Evening worship 7:30. Pastor f mixture. Add enough milk to make subject: "The Word of Angu sli, moist, beating until well' blended. The fourth of the series on "The Let cool and form into small balls. Seven Sayings of Christ on the Roll In fine dried bread crumbs, Cr ° ss lip In egg slightly beaten tind roll ngals In crumbs. Drop Into deep iot fat and fry lo ii B 1 ' 00 " brown. The fat should be hot. enough to brown an Inch cube of soft bread Special music al both services Anthems by choir and male nuar- lel. A cordial welcome. n 40 seconds, or a fat thermometer should register 385 degrees F. Potato Ribbons Peel potatoes and let stand Is Ice water for half an hour. Cut a thick paring rcund and round the potato and drop this into Ice wa- SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH E. Z. Newsom, Paster Sunday school, 0:45 a. m, Worship and s'crmon, 11 a. m. Subject: "A New Testament Church." B. Y. P. U., 6:30 p. m. Worship and sermon, 7:30 p. m. Subject, "Ordinances of a New end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs N. VYn]«r. Agnes Haslett, Infant daughtci ot Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Haslett Is making her home with Mrs. Mary Merrllt during her mother's ab Ecnce In Bt. Louis. Mrs. Haslett I now Improving, friends arc glad know. Jesse Ennls of Wilson has movet to the farm of R. L. Adklisor Mr. and Mrs, B. Sputherlan where he will make a crop this yeai have moved to a' house on Singer Johnson's plantation for the present. They are to move to Missouri n the near future. .•'•', ; Mr. and Mrs. Hastings, who wtre formerly residents on a. farm at'40, and 8 owned by George Faugh t ot Blytheville, have moved't(> ar\otri- er farm owned by him hear Hudman. . • " ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Dalla? Scalllons ars visiting with Mrs. 'Stallions' sister, Mrs. Paul Priest, In BlythevUle, this week. Joe Gibson of BlythevlUe' was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. 'Arthur Ennls, Wednesday. Arthur Ennis returned Wednes.- day from BlytheviUe' where he' nd visited since Saturday. Joe Cassldy sr,, W. E. Hagan, Hnri'ey McKay and C. J. Little 'of 40 and 8 were business visitors In Blyjhevllle Tuesday. •. • I,. Hcnson ot 40 and 8 Is in-.Hot Springs for a stay'because .of ill health. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Perkins .avc moved from the Pepper farm to the : 1 U 't Tills : Elizabethan period home is also caned a bungalow type, but Uie lowest point of the shping ceiling' on the second floor Is five feet. ..''•' The bedroom, with bathroom convenient for daytime use, on the first floor will appeal to many home builders. der the management of Thomas farm of Mrs. aMttic Cassldy, un- Haslett. Fire-places are included in both the living room and master's bedroom and both upstairs chambers are convenient to the bathroom. Closet and storage space, of unusual size and location, is an attractive feature. ' From the standpoint of construction economy and satisfactory operation, Ihe concentration of, plumbing Is an Important consideration. While the plan is suitable for ellher a corner or an inside lot, a minimum of^O-foot frontage Is inquired to properly place the home. Metal casement windows arc suggested and provision is made on the living room window ledge for .flower-boxes, which are necessary to the design. Maximum cost In the larger cities is estimated at $10,000 to $12,000 aild lower In smaller c:iiiinunitic., dcpendins chiefly upon the proportionate wage scales. ter. Let stand an hour and dry Testament Chmch. - • between towels, Cut Is six-Inch I The paster Is urging his mem- lengths and tie in loose knots. b"s to overlook the snow and la Drop lnt-> deep hot fnt and try a attend the services tomorrow. golden broyn, The t&l for these potatoes should to hot enough to brown'an inch cube of bread Is 60 secDnrh w J75"defre*s' F. • Tennis by artificial light is booming |n Australia where It. Is estimated there 'are -over 2000 courts where play Is enjoyed uniier electric light. LUTHERAN CHURCH R. G. Lance, Pastor . Services hold In Cth and Walnut. Sunday school nnd adult Bibic class 7 p. m. Church service.7:30 p. in. - Sermcn t:plp: "'Leprosy n Fi-jurc cf Sin." ,. .^, UNUSUAL f V'J&RiDGE HAND By WM. E. McKENNEY Tcurnamfm Mann^rr, American i Bridxe League The squeeze play Is usually most nteresliirg, but becomes very disconcerting when your partner squeezes you "white defending ;i led the queen of diamonds, land, such as whs done in the play given today, hearts, throwing the lead to West, who wins the trick with the Jack of hearts. As his partner had called for diamonds. West now led the king of diamonds, which East overtook with the ace. East now on of WEST S— K.ifl. H-l.7-6- 3 rmd and Mrs. Harry w. Halncs, Mr. Mrs. W. H. Minyard, Mr. and Mis. .A. Conway, Mr. and KK. A. B ; Fairficld, Mr. and airs. J. Louis Cherry, Mr. and Mrs. W. Leon Smith. W. B. Tanner and A. G.. Little. Dorrzs Class (o Conduct Eicrciics . ... . • The' Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist church will have charge fo the opening exercises in the adult department Sunday morning. All members are urged to attend this special occasion .when the following numbers arb' to oc rendered: Scripture; "elan sor^ "Help Somebody Today;" prayer. Mrs. Ira Haley; dia- . jogue, "The Ri?hl and Wrong Way fp' Approach New Scholars," Mes.. dames Frank Simmons. J.. T. Col: Bns and T. H. Haynes; male quar.'l, R. G. Hunt, T. HJ Hayhcs. •Boy Hogan ahd'H. E. Barnctt. ;;',--,' •-•: • • • «•• • S-H-9.8-3 H-5-2 D—10-8-7 «sr C—A-Q-8-7 S—7-5-2 H-8 D—A-Q.J. 9-5 3 SOUTH—CVAUR J S-Q.I C-96 0-6-1 The hand was p'.ayed at contract, no score, neither side vulnerable. South, the dealer, bid two hearts West passed, North bid two no trump. East passed, anri Sotilli went to four hearts, portly influenced by his 100 honors, which closed the comracllni:, as all pnsscd. The Ruction bidding would bo Eculh one heart, West pass. North c'.\c iio trump, East PASS, South l\vo hearts, all pass. W«l has three four-card suits. Of course, one ot them Is the truniii suit, and that lead Is out of th? question. The major suit was selected In preference to the minor suit, and the four of sp.ides Is opened by West, dummy follows w|th the three, East plays tn2 sivcn, and South wins with the queen. five . "marriage' license was issued terday to Miss Dola Flowers Mr. Ray Douglas, both of Ihi? " South now leads the arc of hearts and then the deuce of clubs, nnasi- ing the queen, which wins in dummy. He now leads the five of hearts from dummy, coming back lo his own hand, winning with the king. On the second heart lead East discarded the nine of diamonds, showing his partner strength In the diamond suit. South now led the qu?en o! hearts, discarding a small <ila mond from dummy, East discard- ing'the deuce of diamonds, complet Ing the diamond echo. South now leads the four o t'hich West discards the clubs. And 'now conies the sad story- East's • next lend was the jauk of diamonds, which Smith trumped *'lth the nine of hearls. now discarded the six of spades, while declared discarded the eight, of spades from ummy. The ten of hearts was led by the declarer, and now. If West discards the ten of spadse, the two spade? will be gootl In dummy. H he discards the ten ot clubs ttie chib suit becomes set for the declarer. The declarer therefore was successful In mnkinq his contract of four, scrolng 120 for tricks, 100'for honors and 300 for game, for a total of 520 points. If East, Instead of leading hi.; third diamond, the jack, had led the spade suit. West, his partner, would not have been squeezed ami he contract would have be:n d:- •alcd, although South can play th.^ land for four hearts if, after Icad- ng his second Heart Irom dummy ind overtaking his heart with the King, he will then play the jack nt pades. West will be forced lo cover with the King, the dummy will vlu It with the ace. and should hen return Ihe nine of spades, dis- crading a Etn'all'diamond. It does not make any difference what West'does',.because South can always get In the dummy with the ace of clubs'arid discard cither the oslng diamond-or a losing club on LAKE STREET METHODIST W. J. Li:!;:>r, 1'nstw Sunday school 0:45 a. m. Church 11 a. in. Subject "Iloxv Far Can One Count on God?" Church 7:30 p. in. Subject "What Shall a Young Fellow Do?" The public is cordially Invited. F1KST CHRISTIAN CHURCH K. K. i-allmer, Minister Church school 9:45 a. in. Communicn and sermon 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor 6:30 p. in. Evening praise and sermon 1:30 p. in. Christian Endeavor society 0:30 p. m. -the new Armor?! P. T. A. Wins Attendance Prizes The Armorel junior high school Prc'xit T:acror atw-cifilitai w* both prizes in the attendance contest offered for the meeting of the Mississippi Comuy Council of Parent Teachers held in Osccola Thursday. For the most nembers present, n tot of standard library books was flven and n subscription to the Nature magazine wns tin nwnril for the most members according to miles traveled. £•••* Itll TrfmtftrHlit* CHEVROLET;? . 'if.'MIss L»veme fihasteen, of Mon.:«He,' Ark^and Mr, Earl F. Me'rrj'- ' — ''^pi Niwberti"T*Bn., vrwe mar- !j}' tlifs .city . Friday by Justice RACINE, WIs.. IUPI—The wolf rather, wolves' were al the door. Jarcb Malers was nonchalant. He called n policeman. When the police arrived, they found that Malers heard n scratch-' ing nl the door. HP films It wide open and surveyed a park ot wolves. The pack hail disappeared when the police arrived. a sensational value! Every investigation of the new Chevrolet Six must lead to a single definite conclusion— dollar for dollar, it offers more than ever before! the good eight of spades. 1SMT'.- : :• \-..\L vAv&v?-;^ 666 Is a .Prescription for Colds, Grippe, Fin, Dengue, Bilious Fever and Malaria. ft Is Ihe moil speedy remedy kiioHJi. BUDDER SUFFERS DON'T SIVE If HOP£ Di : . Bond's K and B Prc- scr'otion Brings IMicf •ni Others Fail. X" ranll.-r lio\v Inns >"U li^vr H»p tliflrrina from wc.ik. <Ti<r,iMs! i ,- ,:\ iHilnml I'huMcT. or u-lia| lcir..l ,,f : ,, : Nlirs you have mcd, joit MOU'I Ivp f : ,i. In jnnrsrlf until \ou hnc Irtril D, IIOXD'S K aril B I'rfsrnplioii. Y<,'. finr.QTis prescription is preiorril M.;.. ly for tbc i^ck. tii^lily ,. oiTd urine, hnrniiip. fri^iucnr p.i--., , '.' i\ ffllinir K|i liilhls. If you ;,,,'. •i- v of thcsp ^.vmTi(on:s-. "f! 11•OM)'S K >Hil B tc(l,.y. Don : » , : '.'rkt, 60c « S1.30.—Jdv. Bold In Blytheville, Ark. by Hub. Inson Drug Co. Quick Relief for Coughing Spells Ruinous Prescription Slops Them Almost Inslnndy 'i'iic phenomenal succcs.-, ot a IO::CT s famous prescription c.illrd ri'.oxinc is due to Us double actlcn. '.t immediately soothes the Irrita- ic:i and gees dlrccl to the internal ausc not reachrd by pjtcnt medicines and cough syrups. The very first swallow usually stops even ll-.e mcM obstinate cough. Thoxine contains no harmlnl dn:j;s. Is pleasant lasting and M(C for the whole family. Scld 0:1 ,t money back guarantee to give better a;iii quicker relief for coughs or sore throat than anything you have ever tried. Ask for Thoxine. put up ready for use in 3oc. 60c. and 51.00 bottles. Sold by Kivby-Btli More PeHerMnee—for the new Chevrolet has a great six-cylinder valve-in-head engine- increased to 50 horsepower. Rlore <:*mfort—for the four long semi-elliptic springs are under the cushioned control of Lovejoy hydrau 1 ic shock absorbers 1 More Safety—for the braking system has been re-deslgncd . .,. with fuHy-ehclosed, internal- expanding, weather-proof brakes! More Itt>M(y—for the new bodies are built by Fisher .. . with all the style, smartness and dis- tinction for which the Fisher name is famou:.! More Slanina—for the new Chevrolet hss u stronger rear axle, a heavier crankshaft am 1 . ;i sturdier transmission! More Value—for the new Chevrolet is a smoother, faster, better Six— yet it sells in tha price range of the four'. If you are considering the purchase of a Ion- priced car—come in and see for yourself that thr Chevrolet Six gives you more for your mbnry than ever before I -at greatly reduced prices! t r/i« ROADS-IT.*. T*« PHAETON. .. Till SPORT ROADSTTK. ..'495 ..'495 ..'525 ..'565 Tilt CLLB SF.IJAN Tht SEDAN Tht SUDAN DELIVERY LIGHT DELIVERY CHASSIS., nwrourr 3O3 . m TON-CHASSIS.. __ ; '625 i </, TON niAss i r, wm t CAB .. ..'628 .'675 ..'595 ..'365 ..'526 ..'62f.' ILUftlntf.a. t.factOTf, nine, Michl«m W. LPenton Chevrolet Co. Blytheville, Ark. A SIX I IU THE PRICE ilAXtiE OF TOE F O L-

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