The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 29, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 29, 1930
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29, 1930 Items of Personal . Interest o 0 Activities and News of Woiiion Play's the Thing During Balmy Days at Palm Beach " Calendar j Belles aid Beaux •'' The Yqurtg Matrns bridge Is ra«l!og with Sits. c. E. Mkln MU.- ;. •;: ." Mn. M»k O. Usrey ft having the Mid-Week bridge club. Mrs. Everett B.'beo is laving a ' bridge party for her sister, Mrs. Ben Vinyard, ol Caps Olrardenu. The Woman's club will meet at the club -house for the monthly . meeting, A luncheon meeting of i tho executive board will precede the j •ffenioon teuton. I Saturday ' Mrs. £veretl B. Gee Is having; * bridged party for'her sister, Mrs.* Ben Vinjrard,'of Cape Olrardeau. Yea Hlvoi.te. Btlitve' You have.;fo;'bellen>:iji happiness, ' Or haRpfncSs jwvijri comes. -. , I knowVyw.l.i o- blrdj chirps, nono the lessirV.,. .Vj' -. . When i'lltiiat He wids is crumbs. You hay$<b:Uevc llic buds will blow, Believe in the grass In the days -.- of' snow; A!i, trjat's the reason a bird eon On hJV darkest day' he believes. ' .. 'in -Spring. Ycu hav.c to believe in happiness— . It isn't an outward tlilny, .The Sprjng never makes the song, •' I guess, As much as the song the Spring. Aye, many a heart, could find con ' 'tent If it taw the joy on the road It went; . . ., The joy ahead when It had to grieve, For the joy I; (here—bat you . have to believe, : —Douglas Mallocli. //A of NtW* Han Club. When Mrs. Harry Klrby enjcr- talned the Tuesday Bridge club sho was also hostess to Miss Martha Oardwell ol Paragould, who is lip; houseguest, and Mrs. Oharles. Martin. - ' Mrs. W. Leon Smith v.-on hosiery for high score prize and Miss Oard- well was remembered, with. a deck of cards. The hostess server! deviled crab, hot rolls and coffee'to trie two tables of ladles. ' • ' * * Biro Study. The ssven members-and one visitor, Mrs. J. W. Richards! who attended the woman's missionary society of the Second Baptist church Monday afternoon'studi«d the w. M. U- manual taught by Kirs. W M. Blaylock. The wetlng-was heir! at the home of Mrs.-A. M. McParland. . ' 'For the devotional, Mrs. Leslie Moore read and cominonted upon the-aist chapter of John. A prayer H-as offered by Mrs. A. M. MoFar- land. • • * • Kkxls Officer-. The Athletic club, made up ol Junior high school girls.- has elected these officers for \hls term: Virginia Martin, president; Jennie Wren Dillahunly, vice ^president; Jane Kcchtitzky, secretary; Holen Ladau. treasurer; Luello Bourlanl rtporter. "'he g'oup plans interesting activities fo? the spring months. Adept Babjr Mr. and Mrs. Husscll w. Gaskins have adopted a three months old son who has been'named Jlm- mlc Warner, the Warner being'for his new father. "• Morris-SIcDanicl A marriage license -was Issued yesterday to Miss Maggie Lou McDanie! of Armorel, and Mr. Ernest Morris, of Luxora. • * * Country Club Has Dance The mid-winter dance -given at t:ie city auditorium last evening by the Blythevillo country club was attended by a number of out-of- town guests with a large part of them from Osceola. Malcom Burke and his Personality Boys, who play at Memphis, furnished music from ten until -. the wee hours of morning with a number'of specialty solos featuring the program. Mr, ahd Mrs. R. 8. Ash more; of Csccola tpeiu n .few hours In L'ux- cra Saturday. Mr. (iiitl Mrc, Charlts Shoof arid (hlldrc.ii. and Mr .and Mrs. Harry Worsley, spent Sunday. In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. John Cowan and rcn of Osceola were visitors ;fn Luxora Friday.' ' Mrs. E. A,. MofllU \YOG the guest it her.'brother, Mr. Stanford nnd family of riear Burdette IhLi. week. Mr. and Mrs, Hush Hollipoler aild daughter Jane were the guests of MR,. Ben Davis Sunday, Mcsdames S. B.-Frailer and B, 8. clay, ...... Ashmoro were Liixurq visitors Frlr Pr. and Mrs. iimzo Hovton of P;ceola were, the' guests 'of Mrs, Ben Davis Sunday.' Misses,. Hazel ; Broach aim Aruia L=c Hedges were'visitors In Blytheville'.Saturday, . ;"'*'!...-"^ r Paul Conway of Oscep)a,' J :itfis.''a business visitor here Friday, Vaccinations Continue In continuing the campaign for immunisation against small|X>x. 33 students of the Dell school and 11 Peny school pupils were -vaccinated this week by Dr. A. M. Wasli.burn, director of the counly health unit. Visits Local School Miss Frances Bailey ol Little Reck, home economics supervise of Arkansas, is in the cily today visiting this department in the local high school. Miss Frances Parker Is the instructor. Kilt Most Economical . Garment, Scot Says • ROTHESAY, Scotland (OP) The reason the Scotch wear kill; ,1s bscause they arc economical, a: cording to Lord Colum Crlchtoi Stuart, M. P., a Scotsman hlmsel: and-brother.of-thc Marquis Bute His reasons for the plaids was tok in a story; at a Gaelic mcelign h here. ; - . "From a financial point, of vie e said. ; ''l can assure'"you, fr : he said. .''1 can assure'"you, f r0 n a lifelong eicpericricj .tint's I've fcund th? kilt"a most economic! gafimnl. Chat's, y.hy I sayj)ocl-.- aye for the kilt." —photo by Brown Charles Lcroy Adams- It (he E^ months pty son o! Mr. ami"Mrs J. H. Adams, of I(ufTn)»ri. Wq believe he's 'smiling because fie is having his picture uut In tho pu- per—but l)is mother says he laughs 'inwi all ttip.tjme, Society—Personal .MARY'S KITCHEN By SISTER NBA Sen-ice Writer There -probably is no part ol he household cnuipinsnt HiaL rc- :lves harder wear than the kitchen utensils. Proper care nnd convenient, Mcriige'.'of kitchen utsnsils meant cuper -and bolter service' for Hie articles', and greater efficiency far the cook. Careless handling shortens tlu ife of many a. kitchen tool, scrap«2 with,steel knives ruins not on- .y the knife but'scratches or otherwise mars the. -surfnca scraped Securing with . Inferior cleaninj agents scratches metal and chips glazs. Advice on Kilchrnivarr With a few exceptions, all utensils should be washed In hot. sudsy water, thoroughly rinscti wtlli scalding water anu wiped dry W ltli n clean, dry'dish towel. A convenient way to'-store ulen- ls Is to hang in a cupboard arranged n-Kh hooks or place them OH well spaced shelves. If the cup'- bcarrt is placed in the kitchen si (hat it's accessible to the rays of the sun, It's desirable to leave the cucboard ',ctoor open each day for a sunning.' fh<;.' weight, balance, shape ana material ol the handle and the no- sltlbn trf the lip arc all important factors to consider when itrl:ctlng kttch.cuw.irc. Utensils tiiat arc easily.handled nisan much to a housekeeper and do their siiarc toward preventing fatlslie. Lips on both sides of sauce pans and try. Ing pans arc convenient, bin if tiisrc is only one, it should be on the side that particularly suits ih n user. How to Tick Sites The size of cooking utensils is determined partly by Ihe .«.(*,« of the family, and the amnuius llsv ,. «!ly cooked. Several sizes should bo included in the equipment, however, for tiie Mke of bolh cconomv and convenience. The material chosen depends largely on tho purpose of the utensil. Certain materials hold heat evenly, others arc light to handle ...,..- Smith Is 111 with '.on- tllltls at Ills home Q)i West Asij i street. . Miss Anlc Eaton, who has been altcnillng Marble Hill College at Marble Hill, Mo., will return homo Friday. Slie Is now visiting friends In Charleston, Mo. Mrs. Clyde Ellis, who has b:en 111 since Sunday. Is now better, , Mrs. /(. O. WJcJcliam and Ml« litss Hail will leave Sunday for 81, Louis where they will eptnd 1.311 i ihys doing spring buying for the!,'! sliop. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworth Block i ; and daughter, Deity, and Mrs. W. i jJ. I'pllnrd are spending tomorrow i In Memphis. i Miss Ernestine Holland, who lins licen visiting her parents l|i New j Albany. Miss., for a month, will re• turn toulijhl. Tinks Hall nml Marlon Holers, at \ Ofccolo. were visitors In tliu cltv last night. B. A. Lynch is in .Little Rock ! for tv:o days 1 attending a meeting of Ihe executive council of.-the Arkansas Bankers Association, of which he is a member. - : ' Odcll Featherton ' arjd Claude Dobbs. of Wilson, were BlyUiovliie vliltors yesterday. ''.,•. Jce Applebaum Is spending today In Memphis. Mr. a net ' Mrs. Jack 'Applebaum vWleil friends In Osceola last night. J.. E. aril?, Is in Manila today transacting business! '•• S. Jlcdel Is a bpslhets visitor in Memphis latt night and today, Rowland Wolfort, |s ablp to. be out after an illness from rheumatism. T. 'J. Crowder Is returning lo St. Louis tonight alter attending | to business and vlsltlnc his family jfor a-week. • ', . ] Mr., and-Mrs. L. C. Avarill, oj Hayti, shopped here yesterday. Mrs, Lucy McAdami, who has been 111 several days, la tio«' irnprov- ing'. • ' ' • Miss Erie Chambers has returned to •.Little Rock after spending a dny and night In con[crence with local anti-tuberculosis workers. S. .D. Carpenter, of Osceola, attended to business, hora yesterday. . Mid way Note* . LUXORA, R. I.—Porter Mllier a.nd '• fi^l^s Alrna. - McGrudcr sere rri»jjrlE<rdt' the "home" of-the i$e\'. A.iV-"' Hill SatUrjlay lyijhf. They Wert'. accompanied by Lexie John- £tpn and' Mtss Mnry IJpllistcr of Blythevllle. M..-H. Miller' visited his son, Honnan. who Is ill at Hill's din- Is, 1 ' McrnphJB. Herman' Is still in a critical condition. Mr. 'and Mrs. Otis WooWdge arc tho. parents of a •• baby gh; 1 . borij Fflday. Nfrs. Grace McFadden and Mrs. B, M. McDonald shopiicd In Bly- thevllle Saturday. Mr. anrl Mrs. A. J. JJ»1 and Frank Lind visited Mr.' and Mrs. Sam iloark of Blythevllle Saturday. . J. R. Miller was a visitor iri Bly- thevillc Saturday, F. E. Thchipklns of Buritcttc was a biuslr.VEs visitor in BlyfiUwllle "iturday. Mr. and Mrs. Casey Jones visited Mr. Ralph and family of the all- Christ farm Friday. A. J. Hill 'attended the Baptist Sunday school and church services at Luxora Sunday. Afiss Turner, the county supervisor, visited the Burdelle whool Monday. A.- J. Hill attended i o business in Luxora Tuesray. , / Casey Jones and Buddy uoyrt visited in Luxora Monday. Mrs. B. B. Whlto arid Mrs. Elizabeth. Oliver of Osceola were suests of Mrs. E. M. McDonald Sunday. Hospital Notes Patients.admitted to the Blythc- vjlle jiospltal today arc: E. V. Cr:i- dcn, Lcpanto;' Mrs. Pauline Knosc- loch. Dell; Haywwid HolsClibu. Ma- [ nlla. NIGHT ^f-m' ^.-^fcS A winter-time .golf group, Granthnd Hlce (left) the sport columnist, Martha No'rellus and Helen Meany (center) Olympic champions, and Rex Beach, noted novelist, are shown-on the Palm Beach Country Club links. Below you see trim «p'ced-'cra!t cuttin-'l'c placid^ waters of Lake. Worth at West'Palm Beach as soclety-sportsmeii prepared liielr aquatic charges for the annual nioto'rbait re°atli Youthful bearer.of n distinguished name, little Robert E. Lee. Breat-great-urandsan of the famed Southern general of Civil War l^me Is pictured above, ceuter.-oii the beach. At Hits right is a "bird's-eye" visw of Otto H. Kami, banker and art patron of New York ' and'some Florida.quail that fell,victims to his hunting prowess near Palm Beach, • •- ' '• Doffivood e eus • There was 'a large crowd at Ihe home of Mr. ar.d Mrs. C. H. Middleton Friday night for'lheir parly. Miss Geneva-Thurmontt spent the week-end with Miss Clara Whatloy. Mrs.- Will' Plrlclns' and family called en Mrs,' C. H. Mirfdlolon Sunday. . •'='. . Mrs.'Addjc Branhani and daughters have returned-from Jactsojii, Tenn. ' ' •• ' -'" Elbert Crow, Raymond Pny'nc, VJrgie Pirklns ILouisc Midtleltpr, Louie and Dollne Ountcr motored tc pig Ls)cc Sunday afternoon. •' Mrs. J.- F. Thomas and family celled on Mrs. Freddie Kooncc Sunday. Huffman News Miss Erie B<nvii:& of Huffman nnd Mr. Eugene Brown were married Saturday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the rectory of Hi Church of in: Immaculate Conception in Blyttie- vll!e. The Rev. J.' J. Thompscn performed tile ring ceremony. Only the bride's parents.'Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Bowels, and Mr. mid Mrs. Blon H. Williamson, "nil of i Huffman, attended the ceremony. ! The couple left Immediately tor : New Madrip! where Mr. Brown is i employed with the U. S. flett, now .stationed there. i Mr. and Mrs. John Cribbs were i guests Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Har! vey Adklsion. i W. E. Hagan "attended the fu- al of Charles Drake of Blytlie- ' ville Wednesday of last week. Mr. antl Mrs, Holmes, who have made their home here for the pas', :' four years, 'moved to -Clear lako i last week. i Max Ray and Albert. Bracken rr: turned recently from New Madrid where they were employed with tho U. S. fleet. Mrs. Mary Adklsson v/as -the Uursi Tuesday of her mother-in- law. Mrs.-Lish AdkUsmi at 48. Mrs. Thomas Hnsiett'B return from St. Louis is iuuiciennmod as she Is to undergo an operation In the near future, it is reported. S. A. Johnson o; 40 and '6 and Bud Robinson of Huffman were Read Courier News Want Ads. some resist wear,,. others may go directly t to..the t^ble. and EO on. each material - frbr.l Iron to gla^s now having » definite place in tlw kitchen. : ••• Children Like this Safe Prescription Coughs and $ore Throat Relieved AUnpst Instantly Stop children's .coughs and sore throats before thes; ailments lead to dangerous ills. • Thpxlr.r. a doctor's ' prescription, now assures relief Vjithin 15 mhiutes to children as welt as adults without llic danger In the use of patent medicines conlaining harmful drugs. Thbxlne works on a different principle, goea direct lo the source of trouble and relieves the irrlta-l lion which causes Ihe coughing and soro throat. Ideal for children because U is fafe and noes not have the. "nasty-medicine'' taste. No.gargling.-Must ask for Thoxlno, put up ready.for use In 35c. (j(K - . arid $1.00 boitles. Money back If not' relieved. Sold by Kirby-Be'.l Drug Co., Klrby Druj Cu.. and j!l other good drug slotcs. uu\-j Celebrating RexalTs 27th Birthday Unusual Values Throughout - Our Store Lasting AH Through Robinson DrugCo. Youi- Roxalt Stoic Thonc 111 business visitors' ;n Kansas City Saturday. Mrs. Mary Aclkisson was a guest at the (UcKa'y home Wednesday afternoon. ' . '• Mr. ana Mrs, R; L. Adkisson ami sons Jack" and Peary LCD were Sunday guests of Mrs. Victoria N'eciy r.nd Mrs. George Peary. Mr, and Mtt; Edward Lofton were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. C, S. Swaflpril. The Misses Mary Hallmarrk nnd Elya Walker spent the week ond in Blythevlile'. with relatives and attended the- teachers meeting at Dcgwood Ridge Friday. They hikeci lo Armore! Thursday cvenlns. Mrs. Paiil Fitzgerald liad as her guests Sunday a week ago Mes- damcs T. H. Hatfield, Joe Cassidy rr., niid daughters, ,>lrs. Manuel «d- kis=cn, Mr. and Jlrs. Lynn Beavers, and t.wo sons, Mr. an-.l :.>rs Frank Merritt, Mr. and Mrs. Blan H. Williamson, Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Adklsson and two daugh" lers, Joe Cassidy jr., Manuel Ad- klsson 'and Buforil Southerlantl T. H. Hiitfielit had as his guests Sunday Joe Cassidy jr.,: Joe Cussidy sr., Harvey McKay and son Paul, Manuel Adkisson and S. A. Pepper. ... Agnes and Mabel McKay called at the Hatiield home Sunday evening. The Huffman . teachers uiul pi: pils are planning a ban si.ppcr. a, soon as tliu weather permits, !or the_ benefit of the basketball team. ihe Mark Twain Literary socie- .y, organized at 48, lias the follow- ng officers: Mabel McKay, president; Mary Mae Faught. vic2- president, and Betty Mae Adkisson, secretary. The first meeting will be held at the school Friday, Jan. 31, at which plans for a program In the near future will be discussed. Business visitors in Bly:hcvllle Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Beavers, Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Ad- kissoa and two daughters, Harmon and Taylor Adams, Mrs. H. McKay and Matol McKay, Pan! Fitzgerald and Mrs. E. H, Hurrl- son. Lone Oak Items Brother Williams v;iil pr:ach a: Lone Oak Sunday at 11 a. m.- an:! 7:30 p. in. There Kill be a sp:ci3l song service Sunday night Evcrv- one is cordially invited. There is a good attendance. at school doily, despite bad weather and bad roads. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson of Gosnell visited the latter's parents here Sim day. Mr. and Mrs. Horace iWnkcflsltl of Blytlieville visited the rdr'msr'S parents here Sundny. Mr. and Mrs. L. Hodge v;ers 1 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Erbie Houge Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. .Clarence Holder visitpd Mrs. iJoitler's parents, Sir.' and Mrs. C. L. Jarratt, ':c7e, Sunday. Mrs. Herman McLecd r.:):! children visited relatives in I5!yt!i-- ville for the week end. • .'-." Has Matte Goad with MILLIONS! Same Price for over 38 years 25 ounces for JJ5/ Pure — Economical " Efficient •', MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED BY OUR GOVERNMENT r^/TK isMftU&fl} » is Old Gold Weather Don't wait until your (iiroiit begins to bother you, change to OLD GOLD now. Your throat will give yon the reasons for OLD GOLD'S amu/.ing success in the first package you smoke. HI-TTKH TOI5ACCOS. Cleaner, riper... j hoiicy-smoothncss . . . an exquisite flavor. Why take the risk of throat irritation? Your throat needs OLD GOLDS. Now. Tomorrow. Always. BETTER TOBACCOS ,,,, make the difference '.'..,.,, not a cough in 4 carload'* M-hA

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