The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 24, 1930
Page 2
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Items of Personal Interest -CLUBS Activities ami News of Women COURIEK-NEWS , JANUARY 24, 1930 OMB Etacte Ottktn , rl'dfflterp'-oit the. Seven B2 class oj '-JiBrtor Wtfh school, elected at a 'lii«t tint TtiuiKlay jgtternosn, were, -'.i Alexander, president; . Hc-wman, vice president) UsoB,. twreUry; Chl^t* .treasurer. "V'Tns c;k>rs "re to be blue and '•'"VJUtd artJ.che flower -Is (lie sweel- :'pe»i .,?nt}i the name "The Beost- er&V (he motto selected Is; •'-;•: "Nothing like Trying. 1 : C1*H Hu Ticky Party .".-. Jilty members and Irlcnds (I the " Wonder Sunday school class of tho T Lake : 6ticet Methodla church at--; .taded the" tick}' party . at the •^church, last etenlag. All sorts of ::' curious coBtunies were seen with \ 'r-tlWic of the Ions ago creating per'• :hapn, itho irio& • marrlment. MiS. -•; L. E. Gray and H. F. LeSnot won - ' the prixei In the ladles' and men's .'.Contest for^he tackiest ones pres- i'ent. Both were hi old lashloned : : -attlre. ;> .'-••'. j-: In the games slid contests such "ipeeches . us "Mary Had a -Little f, limb" and other misery favorites ; nude an Interesting part of tho "'•. program 'which »•« supplemented : With songs. Mrs. W. i. LeRoy sang . "sixty Years Ago/' and O. C. : : . Barnes, teacher, • made a brief ad;". dress. • • •- . --' Sandwiches and loftec' were serv- : > Club EnltrUinnl -.,' When Mrs. Raymond Essary was '•:, hostess ti the Two Table bridge • .club .she also entertained Mrs, J. .?•' R. Hancock and Mrs. Fi-ed Fowler !• yesterday cfternoon. • •••-" In the-card games, Mrs. J. K. '- Garner won a.can of balh powder .-'•. for honors aiAong the club mem- '/ bers and' Mr;; Hancock-s gift for _;• high giicst was B deck ot cards. :. "' Mrs. Esoary served a grape snlnd with tea. ar\d. made candy. '•', Clnb -Has Valtutlnc Party , : ' ' Mrs. R, P.' Kirshner's lunehcnn :' • tablo 'Was a pretty scene yesterday ••-' tor the weekly party of ths Thurs_ day Luncheon club. • Centered wit) 1 / red carnations and, ircczla In a low .".'• bowl flanked with' red lapers, red '•;-•' candy hca'rtr Tver'c scattered-ubout . -the-white, covered table appropriate / '-, Valentine* place "cards 'announced '.':!.- this holiday for lovcri. An appe.- '?. tizlng mem: wss sjrved In two ,". courses whh Miss Marearet Mahan assl;t!hj tl.e hostc:s. . : : Mrs. 'J.' A: 1 Leech won a rose • mayonnaise . bowl fj'r club .•'•; prlie and aSplacque ol George "'-.Washington went lo Mrs. Charles '• Martin 'for "high among the two •guests. Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Pat•:'; ty Knight of Ridset:p, Tenn. . E T II E L . Momber.s •p^tSoTSJiuig Matrons bridge clut) "and * their husbands :' were gueiti of Mr. and Mrc. Ttiom- -. as Laney Thursday evening In re• plating ths usual .afternoon of 'iardf. . - ..... • There was a note rf Valentine's day in the tallies nnd ths refrcsh- ' " icent plate of pear salad, stufled dates, and hot 'lea served at the ^ " end of five games. 1 • Perfume went to "Mrs. Crawford Greene.for honors among the ladies and. the'gentlemen's prize of a shaving toilet Eel was won by W. C. Higglnson. Appear In .'Play. • Misses Gladys Barham and Mart: Moon, students at William Woo«i College in Fulton. Mo., hart important parts in the play called "Back Stage" given In the auditorium 01 the college recently. • Miss Barham 'took th2 part ot "Gertrude" which was a realistic presentation In which her work as a member of the Dramatic Interpretation class was outstanding. • A feature of the production was . that 'Ml=s Mooti, who Is majorlnc in dramatics, directed It as a part of her training, in Ihis department Bits of News- Mrs. T. K. Klmcs, who has been ill at her home on South Sjvcn- i^'it 1 ! itrert. 1'; now Improving. J. Ncrris Moon left this morniiv: for Fayettcvlllc where he will visit nt (he IM Kappa Alpha fratcrnlly hoiiic before going to Plainview, Texas, v,'hcro lie Is to nmuigc a sire dore. Before Christina's lit \ \vni a student at tho University of Aitancas. , . Mrt. Mary Sutton, mother .' of Mrc. Doyle Henderson, Is 111 at her licn'.c on West Atli street. F. li. I'ittman has returned from a two days business trip t-> Memphis. • '. y:/ Those from this cily who attended the reception given in. Osecols. Wednesday evening by Mr. and Nfn.. Abe Rubcnsteln were: Mr. iipd Mrs. Jack Applebaum, Joe Appje- im. Miss Florence Aarlan, Louie lies, Mr. and Mrs. Iko • Miller, Mrs. Anna Welnbcrg, Jack ' Dla- moi:d, Mr. Mid Mrs. William Lang and daughters. Misses Pauline,, Siira and Mildred. • " i Mr. Thomas Willie Webster, : 41C ' CMcktiiawba, suffered a severe. heart attack Ihis morning, and is | cinfined to his bed today. At neon | he wss reported to be in .an ,1m- pimed condition.- For Saturday and Monday 5/ee/e Society—Personal L-ll Diirns was in Kylhcville Sunilny nlRht. Ncwbuiry Johnson left for coliegc Wednesday. Ho will take n genei'til biifiucss course. Mr. nn:t Mrs. \V. S. Hnnlcy nr.rt daughter, Elizabeth, are visiting In Memphis. tb; Helen Hick spent the week;, ml with her brother, Esrl V!ck, f Cooler. Henry Hcwel, win has been very' II with influenza, is much better. Miss Rtlby Illnclicy siKiit Die \-cek-cnd with MIPS Ijilllo Lane. Imojene, C-mor'.th pit! baby pf ,lr. and Mrs. Buster Cecil, died tst heir home Thursday. Mrs. Bert Garrit of Caruthers- vlllo is Ihe guest of her brother. Osceola Society Briefs Seven girls took part in the pro- Both of the Blythcville girls will take • part In-several other similar year as a part of their training in The Jewish Lartics' Wd will glv; a silver tea "at Temple Israel In Blylheville nt 3 o'clock OH Hie afternoon of Feb. 2nd, according to phns made at a meeting of tho or- ganization.hero yesterday afternoon. Mesdames Waller Rosenthal and Hcwland Woliort o! Blyihcvlllc ami Mrs. E. M JafTro of Osccola are in charge of Ihc program. Mrs. Wm. Nlckols and Mrs. K. M. Jaffre were hostesses to yesterday',^ ncetlng at the home ot Mrs. Nlck- ols in Osceola nntl an entertnlnlni; program was rendered, following which delicious rcfrcshmculs were served. Ihc table appointments car- vying out n valentine color scheme. Mrs. L. K. Harwnrg gave An interesting 'reading, two character songs were sung by Mits Ruth Goldberg, ami little Frances Jai 1 - frs gave a preity solo dance. Amcng tile out of towu g pr:scnt wevp Mrs. C. P. Mlchplspn and Miss Elhel Michclson of Dcx- tcr, Mo., Mrs. Eva Saphlan of Ca- luthcrsvilic and Ihe following Bl) thcvllle ladies: Miss Pauline Ling and Mesdamcs Sam Joseph. C. E for holding a candy and cake nub nt the City Drug store nere lo;uor- ow afternoon, the proceeds to be ised in the payment of books re ently purchased for the school. The afternoon's program was pro :ented by students of (lie lift! grade as 1 follows: n playlet. "A !lnss In . Elocution," n reading by Monrte Maxwell, and a thrift ar- :icle on a home made banking sys- ;em rean oy Clementine Bowcn. j-hn Frame. Dogwood Ridge News Music at tlie home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pierce Saturday night was enjoyed by everyone present. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Pierce and children visited tho home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pierce Sunday. Miss Lucille Scrape visited ihc. homo of Rosenell Thomns Sunday nleht. Mr. nnd Mrs. Alvin Hminsnvlll ": soclsr leader, is Mrs ; Muricr . vaniterbUt Church, youn . New: Yprlc^divbrcec, \vhoraay mak • lV;calibT6 ' • V>voh;ers popula nj: the "big shoU" of Eastern ., 1 For' Rhode Island author Coulter, Anna Welnberg. Wnlt«r ! Sunday. Rcscnthal, Ike Miller, Joe Isaacs, j Adolph Myers, Max Myers, Joe Klc- iRprlm ban and Wm. Lang. uerun Mrs. George Balioi:c is confine;! ! to her home here wiili influenza. Mrs. H. J. Hale was hostess lo 1C two table club to which shi> clo:igs at licr home here yesterday iteriioon. chtcrto'lnlnf an extrr. «We of fjursts complimenting Mr?. . B. Driver, who was' until her ccent marriage. Miss Ruby Rich- ids cf Blythe-sillt. A delicious two course menu was served following the altomoon at arris, nuti high score club pviz^ was r.-.irdcc! Mrs. J. L. Ward. Mrs. cddic Driver won high score cucst and Mrs. J. II. Lovcwcii'cut onsolatlon. Guests besides the club n-.finbcrs present were Mesriamcs leibert Shlp'pcn. C. 13. Driver, D.-iver, .icrtdic Uriver, J. W.'Eu- rlngton. Phlpys. and Guy Bryntit. Mrs. J. H. Lovcwcll has rcluniK lo her hcmc here alter ^cvcrr.l day in Mcmp:ns with licr daugh- Icr, Mrs. Hugh Hughcy. who un dtrwenl mv operation at the Moll pdlst hospital there. Mr,=. improving rapidly and expects tc be able lo leave the hospital th visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Pierce Saturday night. Miss May Shearin spent the week cnsl with Mrs. McNcal. Rosetiell Thomas. James Rhcdcp. Hazel Richardson nntl Charley Sliolton motored to Big Lnkc Sunday afternoon. Xtrs. Maxwell's liltls girl has been very 111. • Mrs. Efflc Richardson and children called on Mrs. J. u. 1'icrco BERLIN ,<UP>— Pilicc olVocrs •ere notified to nrrest Will! Valer, salesman. His arrci,', follo'*-e;i nd he was released on bail. Twice luring the same day. howcv.-r. po- iceuicn rcarrcslecl him. Evciitual- y the police department lurnibhed ilm with a ccrtincatc to save iiiui r:m further annoyance. Mr. nnd Mrs. Homer Smith had;!* ns their guest Sunday Mr. and Mrs. =•« Abe Rushing of Cooler.. The. small baby r.f Mr, iind Mrs. Bud Alfred of Mieo'.n illt-cl Sa'.uY- day morning. Mrs. Alfred will'bo remembered as Mi.'s Kalhlcrn Ifcl- iaman of Slcelc. Miss Fern Lee Alexander Lcuis Is visiting friends and relatives here Mils v/eek. Mis? Mildred Slone. teacher atj Fronrtshlp. spent last week ciul with her mother. Mrs. Altec StouaJ Mr. auct Mvr. Enrl llurtgcns moved here from Cooler. Bob Little is very ill with an attack of Influenza, William T. Lester rf St. Louis vhllcd friends and relatives here' ; Sunday nnd Monday. Miss Lollie Lnnc is fuilcrma n sore hand-cniiseil by a hurt received in a basketball game. Tom Kellcy and family have moved to Savannah. Tenn. Mr. Vickcry ot BraggWlcclo acted busitess here Thursday. > . Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Ilailcy ot Caruthcrsville were Iho gue.ts cf! Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Spencer Sun- j day. Bud Sllll, wlio is in the hospital at Farniinglcn. is better. Misses Evelyn Frank and Helen I Vick were Ihe Friday nighl of Mltses Kathleen-aval Hutu Il.u--; Shirley Farmer and Taylor attended the show in Hay- : ti Sunday aftcmoon. Miss Inez Still was ths eue;l cf Mrs. Archie Zahncr Thursday night. Misseu Helen Taylcr nnii J.ic Phtllipb were in Blyliicville Wednesday. NEW H mm 1$ GUARANTEED Will Slop Vain Instantly And Remove Corn or Money Refunded Nolcx SMnon Ilcill and Miss Kii v:i r o,iter were patii-nls distnlss.'tl L, he Blylhfvillc haspiMI tod:'.v Read Courier Ncv.s have granted her "pemiisslon to leading. ''' first of next week. The .Christian Women's union prayer meeting will be held this afternoon tit the home of Mrs Idi Tucker with Mrs. J. S. BnrchflcH revolver for her I Twenty-five members attendee! -;btot*tUori'at night since a recent i the meeting of the grad? school j of -thefts at her estate Parent-Tenchers associaticn Wr3- j Wafers for 'near fashionable IJewport. 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