The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 20, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 20, 1930
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PAGE TWO ljTRgyiLLg^ t -• RJU COtmiRK. NEWS Items of Personal Interest SOCIETY-CLUBS Activities and News of Women Social Calendar Frjtay The Mqslo department' of 111:. Woman's club is meeting at UK clubhouse.; : .Tho.'FMclis Sunday, school chs of the^FJrst Baptist ehurc'.i wl. liave c. taiiqiiei. at 7 o'clock for tfy; members' htfsoands and tor members of the Bible cliss (0115)11 bj Ivy crawtori ; . Triq$:PjU.j(feVa rjen>!U card parlj i)t the .WonjjLh'a club at 7:30 o'cloO: ol rook,'bridge, rummy and pile- tor, both men and women. Saturday Mrs. C. W. VolUner is having i bridge parly at ll'.e clubhouse to her sister, Mrs. W. J. Wunderllc. of Plckcns, Miss. Military Chic \VlJton- SlHppard. The marriage' ot Mrs. Eslel! Marshall Sheppard, formerly o. here nnd late of Slkesfon, Mo., an. Mr. fluy. Wallon was solemnlbd a the First Prcibylerian church Wed ncsday. evening, nine o'clock, u. Marlon A! Boggs said the cercmonj before a. number or friends wli. remained following the rcccptlo: given for Dr. and Mrs. Doggs. The ritual was performed In th social, room of the church, whlc. wasuxtractive with cut (lowers' an potted''plants. For the nuptlp.l mu sic, Mrs. R. A. Moore, church pi anisl, presided 'n; the piano. The bride wore a spring ciis?m ble of tan tweed made with a Ion coat and a fur piece, which blend ed with the shades of her suit. He cream colored bakou Btrnw hat \va trimmed with a facing of purpU coletl. Mr. and Mrs. Walton will be a home In the Fletcher residence a 813 West. Ash street, alter today. (Both the bride anil bridegroor. are -well known, having lived ii this city for a number of year.-. Mrs. Wallon ts the widow of t!i late E. E. Shcppjrd nnd leslclc. here i;nttl seven months ago wtie: she moved to Slkeston where i\\, has been with her mother nnd oth er members ol her family. Mr. Walton came to Blythcvill. eighteen ycnrs ago from St. Loiil' nnd was one ol the three brother. to organize the Walton Orocai ccmpany, He Is now secretary an. theasurer of the Merchants Qrocc. company. As a deacon nnd treasurer ol the First Presbytcrlai church' he Is active in religious circles. ' • I leader. She gave n preliminary I vey on the theme "Shakespearian Contemporaries and Followers." Mrs. 0. R. MoMcy discussed "Life nnd Works oi Ben Johnson"; "T'no Sllcnlr Woman" wai reviewed In a round table discussion. Mrs. R. N. , Ware Ir.,. told of 'The Masque" mid I "The Masque of the Queens" wco ' Mrs. Horace T. Culp't subject which preceded :i gen:ral talk on (lie lesson. Thrift Clul) IliWjranlics. The Thrift club of the fo'.irli. students at. the Lunge gram- he (jucst of |icr dauchier, Mlsa '•larle, who U a student at William Woods college. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnjti ivi.' tpend the, weekend !n M?;nphib. Miss Pauline Ling returns;] hom-j yesterday from St. Louis where sh; epont several .days buylnj goals for The Fashion shop. Mis. J. c. White, who his Iwen at the point gf death for .several days', remains In a critical con- dl'.lcn. Arthur Patton is attending co builness In points of Mls«aurl tor a few days. O. H. WInd£ left today for V.-. horns in Fort Wayne, Inii., after i: FEBRUARY 20, 1030 interment Kits made at North Eav,- ba cemetery. The Cobb Undertaking company was in charge of ai-i ranjiemcnis. The deceased is survived by.her parents, who reside on Highway in a mile north of this city, and ten brothers and sisters. . . Hospital Wallace, city, dismissed. Bits of-New Mostly Personal E:meii I.nltrell has returned fn.... Memphis v.hera he was under I:K '"™ business visit here, care oi 1 a phyclan for a vjeek li" Treadwclt Doaslcy. of Memphis Is a business visitor In the city. mar school hus for tills term with these otlicers: Carl Mi- lor.e, president; Ulberl Ross, vice president; Eva filAiiche Monis, reporter. ' Oivts Graduate Uciital Miss Marie Moon, who Is a slu- idcnl In the cxprruilcii dopartmrn: of Willlum Weeds college at 1-MI- tsn, Mo., c;uc her graduate ructtil in expression Monday night. She presented a lecture recital a Mr.iirlcc Malcrllnck, with Icc- ! lures on three c( hi:; plays, "Prln- I oess Miilcljie." "The Blue !!!«!,' [and "The Burgomaster of Stile. I mend." Sl:c also presented excerpts from each of the plays assuming different character roles. This .student has b:cn nclive in nil ulfalis of the college being a member ol the Campus Players is nov. much Improved. Mrs. Joe Pomroy, o( Memphis, i: visiting relatives here. Mis. John II. Lone, county CD'.I;". eleik, and George W. Barium, county judge, attended to' business In Cnruthersvllle, New Madrid and Kcnnet". yesterday. Louis Wilson Is attending ID bi.slness in New Orleans until Sunday, lie was accompanied to Memphis yesterday by Mrs. Wilson «n:i I Mrs. Edgar Borum ] Rev. Perry F. W«bb, .pastor I of the First Buptlst chnrchi- Is III al his home on West, Ash slrcet. Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway liav? returned from several days Slav m 81. Loiils. Mr. ;md Mrs. Hoss D. Hughes nn:i son. fioss jr., went to Memphis today where the son will be al me Baptist hospital for treatment, aim probably an operation. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul. Nease, o: Memphis, spent the first of tho week with Mr. and $Srs. E. C. Patton anil lainily. Mrs. M. T. Moon rclurncd lodiv Mr. and Mrs. Hatterfleld, of Memphis, arc In the city for a v:een while Mr. SaUerficld attends 10 business. Mr. and Mrs, E. A. Stacy atw sou. Ed. are In Memphis for two URVS. Eric Taylor, ol Caruthcrsvilb, was a visitor in Ine city last night Services Held Today for Little Lettie B. Young Funeral services were h:ld Ihh mcrnlng for Little B. Young, two months old daughter of Mr. aiu Mrs. Henry Young, who died earij Wednesday morning at the Baptisi hospital in Memphis. The Rev. Williams oillcialed iur. Military In effect with buttons iowti the entire front Is this belg: .red model by Tollmnn for early .pring. The cape theme promises .0 be one ol Ihe features-'of this season's fashions. nnd Plil Tliela, Kappa and among her honors was the announcement from Fulton, Mo'., where she" v.-as this week as one of the first-class | -, -•.; •—_ S'is m«ilcV Cm X(Dlnlng a Wgh • V 8 P hj ' °.f x^T^™, $„"?£, -lades IhrouRhoul'the semester ; hell 8 lln . Mrs. JE. Critr.C'Bridal -Mis. M. •!•: Moon, he , n , 0 thi r ! Chorus." piano solo. Mrs^J. K. Gr>r- .tlended Ihe recital. 1Ier: f>wa ." S 01 ^' VC ™1 solo, Mr.-. xrlhrtay \vas remembered .by (li Allies apd In Ilia dessert course. In the bridge games Mrs. Marvi Robinson nnd Mrs. Harry Klrby | Jaiucs .'.on the high score prizes. Mr.s. | "Norm; Slrby recclvttl hosiery for honur; •mcnc tlie members .of Hie Wed- lesday Bridge club and Mrs. uoj- .nsan's gift was r. guesl towel. 1'reitrain Aiiim'unced? These numbers will be given nt the program of the music department of the Woman's club at Ihe! club house Friday afternoon n! 2:3u ' o'clock us an open meeting for these who are interested In th-. v Paul L. Tlpton. \Vant Ads. Before Baby Comes comfort and ease Miss E\-a Mansfield. Oak Ridge.; H. G. Wlckham Mo* u-as admitted to the BJythe- business in PorUgevilIe, Mo., vllle hospital today and Mis. G. A, ! ncsciay. Th muiclei, tjimi n t't v c s muit ive" e a illy at the iiicli pain 2nd taifri. :g may TCVJ!I.' Mure npitlant ttill, is 10 litve tl:c tissues ar.d muscles a* "clastic" 11 possible when the fiteal moment ol childbirth arrive. t . . . r- r 1 Co.mtlcs', tha-Jiar.ils Mothers 1'rlcnd of expectant ir.othets fcr over 60 years have been relieved by ih Costs 85 Dents a to Lose Pounds of lessens pain ,f "Montr's Wen rdicved by ihc use of "Morllfrf Prttnrl"— ihft tlrr.t-icjicJ. sclcnllfically. prepared skin lubricir.t ami pain-reliever which ; o[igir.ited ia ch: presciiption of an ecr.inenl obstcliician. You ov/: youcteU the comfort "Moth- 1 " ! , Friend", gives, ll is toothing anj if Is uied exteir;ally only — rubbed into the ikiti. Clean a pleasant to the to r • -- '-'t *'- Qlfasls in tooa cohjition. in fine !' ' . Bringi . ir&nptry. Very valuable in keeping the Also puts you ic for the approaching ordeal. w-\ , "Noihei's I-'riend" U on sale F TC6 >' '" f ''"i stores. J1.2S pec boule. Try a massage with it tonight ami notice the ease let on "Things <o 1'r.ow Before IJaby " Ccints" free, en r lator Co., . be mailed In plain envelope, , free, en request. Address oradr.eEd Regu- t)ept. 15, Atlanta, Ga, Thousands of Women i Know Tiite Is True How r;cu!d you like t> lose 15 pounds cf fat in a month and at the same time increase your ener- By and improve your health? How would you like to lose un- tlicn ce : . how much you weigh flo cent bottle r,f Kr which will last you Take one half tesspj:::fnl river;; morning in a glass of lie'. v.T.ter when you have finitiii'd til; first bottle weigh yourself ? inin. Nov: JVHI can laugh ;it -H.- healthy fat that you don't need pic who pay hundreds of dj:!;i:'; ri nnd don't want and nt. the same Iose a few pounds of fat—now you fine, feel belter than you have for will know the pleasant wr.v t- \:-,: years? um'ghtly fat and you'll <:ls" l-:;:ow How would you like to lose your thai the G vitalizing sal'., of double chin and your loo promt- Kruschcn (Salts that you;- M:c.l nent abdomen and at the same nerves nnd glands must have to time make your skin so clean and function properly)—huvc presented clear that it will compel admlra- '• S'cu with glorious health, lion? . I After that you'll «r.w I? wa!S: How would you like, to get, your around nnd sny (o your f!ij.i:> weight down to normal and al Ihe 'Cne 85 cent botCc cf Kir-rho;'. fame time develop that urge for Salts is worth one hundred ciolhri cct'vlty that makes work a pleas- of any fal perscn's money." , ure and also gain In ambition and Lending druag'sts Am-rii-i 1 uvrr keenness of mind? '-j MH Kriischen'saHs-y^u" can al- Gel on Hie scales today and see, ways set il al Kirby Drue Co.—aiv. . 'ills Honor Dr, and Mrs... B ogee. Dr. and Mrs. Marlon A. who are moving .lo.Hot Sprhjg Thursday where Mr. Boggs Vvlll'te'- come pastor of the First -Presbyterian church, were honored guests at a reception given in-the -soc'hi. room of -the- church WedneFdaj evening. This part of the church had beer attractively arranged to resemble a home with .the.refreshment tub!; the feature decoration. Like the smaller tables e^tlcred throughout the room, lovely silk crushei. covers nnd centerpieces ot spring floivcrs were xujetl with rapture ros es, prnk carnations arid spring potted plants .predominating. Mrs. By ron Morse and Mrs..R. F. Kirsli . jier presided pi the table where fruit punch and cake, .were served.-. The guests were welcomed by Dr and Mrs. Bogcs, ciencons and clcltr of lhe church and their,wives wh formed the receiving line. During the evening, Mrs. Ray mond Fowler,' accompanied by Mr; Earn L. Thomas, sang two numbers and Miss Louise Dobyns renderec, two piano selections. Easttrn Stars Meal.' Al the meeting oi the local chapter, of the Eastern Stars Tursilnj eveninc the business routine supplemented a social hour when several visitors were hcnored guesti Refreshments were served. » * • Mrs. Thomas Has the Tuesday (Club. Mrs.. Harry Kirby won the priz at.(he*weekly parly ol the Tuesda; Bridge' club when Mrs. J. Nick Thomas was hostess. The awaro was hosiery; Among the two guests'. Mrs. Paul Smith ol 'Terre Haul; Ind., and Mrs. Carrol Blakemor:, Mrs.. Blakcmorc won coslume jewelry. The hosless served a salad course: Dan;IUcr Bom. Mr. 'and Mrs. W. E. Diiclir.ujr. announce the-With of n daughtai Tuesday evening. The taty. wh^ weighed nine and a half pounds, has been named June. To HaTn Euncc. A number of the younger rc!j from here are planning to alt-rni the dance at th! club room in O;- ceola Friday night when Jiming Boyd and his Rhythm Kinji wifi play. The hours arc 9:30 until t:yj. Has j Luncheon. Sixteen gucsls were cntcrtalnc:! by Mrs. J. H. Eikins Wednesday ot • her home on West Main s'.rrrt' lor luncheon and bridge. An apjKtiz- ing two course menu v.ns r^rvcrl nt table's gay wth centcrplccfs of .s\fcetpcas and George Wajhlnstoii = Beautiful Women Use Mello-Gh EpaiTt'es who guard complexions use MELLO-GLO Fr.ce Powcljr only. Famous for purity—its cclorm?! matter Is .approved, by the Govern-1 ment. The skin never looks patty! fr flaky.. H spreads mova suicclh-' ly and products .a'youtliful Made by a'-hew French prceess. MELLO-GLO Face Powder stays on longer. Kirby Drug Co.—adv. Jbservc Founders T).iy. Members of the Lunge scliool .'nrent-Teacher Qsscclnliou observ- ;d launders Day Tuesday altcr- icon \\lth n special prc?ram by ti!tlcnts and Ihe candle llghllns .•eremony nilH the putting of Ih2 iSitliday cake. Piano solos by Elizabeth Miirll'.i uv.i Virginia Terry, n reading by three operas to be heard In Memphis noxl month:. Biography ot Bcn.lnl-Story ol "Normu." Mrs H. Brooks; March fro;n ." piano solo, Miss Cnrolyn Hnley; Uloxraphy V|0 f Dcnlzstt:— Story or "Lucia dl Lammeriuoor," Mrs. Wilscn Henry; "Sextette." pi- niio solo. Miss Marjorle Martin; "Hnll Festive Mom." piano num. ber, Miss Virginia McCall; liioj For Rheumatic^ i Aches and Pains 1 Rheumalic pains, neuralgic head- j aches, and nches accompanying i colds yield almost. Instantly to| Capudlnc. Being limild '-it acts) nnicli quicker than lablcls or pM 1 - ttcrs. Is c.iny on the stomach :md j craiwhi-, ug._. I'.arcotics. «....- | Capudln'o'relieves by soothing the | nerves. '• H'asvjbeen used ever 30 years—n (me and tried remedy. We and COc hollies at diug-stoics .(adv.) Modem Way to Treat .Dorothy Dobyns nnd 'selections by ' 1 ' h - h'lgh school qunrlet sup- plmelitetr n tribute mrulc by Willie A.-Lavvaon on-Mrs. T)ieo<loro j. Dirney, founder of the P. T. A. A silver offering was taken In the :0dnl hour. Miss Gladys Hnrdln's room won !h3 dollar pi'lre for having "tlrj .argest number of mothers prcs- :nt. Dclplltxis i^tudy Slrakcsn^irc. Iii continuing Ihe study o( William Shnkespearo nnd his work, tho Iccal Delphian chapter h;ul i\ pro- irnm Wednesday at. Ihe Hotel Noble when Mrs. U. S. Branson \v:i:, Varnishes Lacquer A complete lino of Sliev- \viu-\Villiiiiiis piiinls ;itul vuniishus iintl Unjrci'.s brush ins; l-actnicr wliii-li we i'.vc jroi"K 1 1' I'li out. at Less Than Wholesale Also « coinpU'ti' ~t»rk of brushes at low prkv.-:. The Good Opsx Formula Mcnthol — Ciimpitcr mol. '' Oil Cinnamon — Oil Vcr- Why Pay More When You Can Get Such Values Here 3i9 W. Main Buy on Our Lmj Away Plan Phone 507 Successors to L)nU-MaiT Inc. Across from Iluit'l You cnn always get O;i.- s ;il Ihe Kirby Drug Co..—a bJlile th.vf will There Is ir.lhinar i;i Open th:il can hann you — m 11-.' .t [ nlalit "and morning ami as many'insl about two months ,-:v-i limes thru the tiny .is you aWi. j SI.00—if yon nrrn'l joi fully sails- is so hrlpful in Catarrh ui; lied niter using II for ncl yr;«r money biirk. Nolo: In New Yuri; nuny singer*, nnd spcakcni spray 0:c Ihuvil «nth Opcx to Mil:dur irrilalinti anit prc vent hoarseness. long Handing—tho siiibVu-. X'.ud —lliat by using O)>ex faithfully Icr a month the worst symptoms ni this luimllintlng disease" are successfully treated. ,KE!P YOUR NOSTRILS AS CLEAN AS YOUR T[£TH For Insists His New Discovery Opens Up Catarrh Stuffed Nostrils In Three Minutes Advises All Catarrh Vidims to Trc-iit Nasal Catarrh Willi Opcx :uul Clean Oul I'liplpasanl .Mucus Quick .30 Days Free Trial Says Kirby Drug Co. You get up in Ilic r.icmlr.,; \viih| Singing nnd buu'iiig in cms n-ftrlis blnlTC!! with inisnis-. ycmi when caused by Cntarrh is les- ferl Inzy—depressed. i tcncd—wliat a blrssini;. 5pn>y (or n few MTIUUI.S with' And here's something Hint. will| refreshing, sootlihu. lim.:orat'ns! ikhnlit millions ot men —aficr you!I Oi>cs nnd in three" i>.i:im;rs your [spray refieshlnj Ope*; in Mnstiihif heart is el.-ar nud c:r\;i o-.r;y bit! nnd tliront !or a wrcks you won'llf ot ir.uciis Is out—>T.« ;.m brcalhej have thnt lump cf uinriis to hawk] Nature's pure nlr thin iv.^'.nls Ircr. np In the nicrnlng—iv.i-u hsvc dlcdj from irrilntiou. i frcm thp terrible strain "ic. Sample Sale of Spring Advance Showing and Of New Spring Vri'.." \THE;-COATS—hvthu group of Sample. t-<?.4ky iiiciwlecf all the' latest styles details. A variety ol' liu" latest colors, in materials of Broatlclblh/ Silks, Sih-erspvay, Twcutls, Baskctwcavc, Covert ' Cloth and others. THE SUITS—Attractive and distinctive 'nrc these nesv Suits for •Spring. Tailored models with blouses and linings lo match— twills . -- coverts Silk . Hose To Match The . New. Costume !u All The Spring Shades "See Our Window Displays" 1I1E DRESSES-Gay cnlors-?man styles—prints in crepes and chiffons —i.'.cdels for daytime, street and evening wear. Wide range ol Undes 2nd sizes! Just Unpacked 100 New Gay Spring of All Kinds Also Fiat Crepes in Pastel Shades shade 'tics . . . boleros . . . slacvcUss models and drosses witli sloevf effects, ,--o extremely new! All the wnnlucl . Suis M to -16. and Greens' Kcds Blonds Reptiles and Olhcrj! i'limps—Straps— Ties—Oxfords The Heels are Spike, Baby Spanish, Bust OVER 50 MiW STYLES! A special ofieiuif) New Straws . . Evtry Hat il - - SI.!),! Value! Specially Priced $-|95 -A to Colors ....... I'IKCRUST. 1! K.I O K ci.AMi. I,IM;N HLUK, liAMHOO (i U K K N, 1, 5 1) 0 SAM) AND BLACK. Clever new ,-tylcs favored for Spring in every popular straw and fcit and straw combinations! Smart matron and youthful large headsizes included! THE FASHION

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