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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 24, 1930
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BLYTHEVILLB, <»RK.) CQURIKHNEW8 MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1930 •fieinsbf Personal Interest Activities, and News of Women Social Calendar , . The City Council pf the Parent ; T«Mher Association , is' ; riieetlnr at the home' of Mrs." B. Aiynch nt 3;90 o'clock, ... . ' ' . • Mrs. K, N.' farrar 'Is having \ party lor ISe members ol the uv dies Blbls class ot the Firs', Presbyterian cjiurch'm compliment to tbe >t«v. and Mrs. Marlon A. Boggs who arc • moving to Hot Springs Thursday. Wednesday ' Mrs> Francis Cariwntcr and Miss Hazel Hardln arc having n IjrMfc pauy In theevcnlng at. the home of Mrs. '0. a. Bile*. The'P'. E. O. mcmbwii arc being enterla'jied at the home ot Mrs. J. W. Robins ut s;eele ;ur a luncheon hcwnlnr. Mrs. Slirlon. A, Boil*, who. Is Bloving, (o.Hotr- Springs. -.• .; t'-'Thandajr ..' Toe'Thtirsday ;. Luncheon ..'.din will > riot' meet because "of the annual miceting of the Arkansas Society for crippled children. Mrs. Crawlord Greene U having the Young Matrons club. ' The Mid-Week club Is meeting in tSie evening with Mrs. Hairy W. Hulnes because of the meeting 01 the crippled children's society. Friduy f Miss Lillian Boyd Is havlnf the Night Bridge Club. Qun!$o/ 53oggs wcre^honorcd noon, nt the home of Miss Munne Branson, Miss Mary Graco^HLIl as leader. ? The 11 members heard mi. in- crestln'g devotional and .In the so- dinner pally given nt the Hot;l Nobic Friday .evening by Mr. Mrs. J. T. Mitchell, of Osceoli niul Blythcvllle, as a. farewell before UK. . ilejmiure of the Bogys faintly tor »\ hour popcorn and candles wcrc where they arc to ra- Has Bridje' Varly. .;' ( A number of giicsts'trom out pi town and Blythevllle ladles attend: ed the bridge party given by Mrs. Clarence .Vollmer Saturday after^ noon, at the Woman's club, lot her sister, Mrs.-W. J, Wuv>derllc,U »! pickcns, Miss. Because, it was the birthday of our. first president flag!, adorned the club, room and tho tallies were . miniatures of Mnrlhu Washington,. The refreshment plate of ohcc-se salad, individual cherry pie a mode, red, white and blue: sandwiches, stemmed cherries, stuffed olives and coffee also suggested the holiday. . • • ' Miss Masini; Brown, of- Luxora, won flrsl honors; second prize V.T to Mrs. Samucl:F.'Norrls; Mrs. K Ian Walton received the lucky ct\ In cutting 'apd Mrs. Wundcrtyi was remembered-with-a .gift. All the prizes were silk lingerie. The hostess and her sister wore attractively 'dressed; in afternoon dresses of .chiffon; Mrs. Wua.der-: . lieh wearing black made with waist of flowered material and lo full skirt. Her shoulder corsage was of sweet, peas- arid rapture roses tied with :tllveiv Mrs.- Vollmer's frock was 'of..- tangerine rfloworo: chiffon made : long-and filling and cut low In the back. Guests frflrrk, out :ol town « Miss EsleUOwundeJIioiJ aiHl, Mr^ •• MTulatiire cherry trees' A. --Wcrdcu ol «.-Louis, ilfi'SucJi'' Uli , fahuf. armig'cd 1 tible ami Siliman ot New York-city,-Mrs. H.'l , ncro wcrc „„ canmtions for 1J1L . o., Davidson of Wilson, Mestiames Bd. Qulnn, D. S. Laney and Brucv l\y of Osceola; Mesdames Jesse Brown, T. .F. Hudson, Elliott Wll- lams, Russell Bow en, Sam Bowcn, O. E. Thompson.' Joe Hires and. Misses Dorothy -Brown and Mnx-, ine Brown of Luxora. Class Has Program. The 7A-2 English class of junior high school had an Uitrccsllng . program Friday attcruoon 011 George Washington. The following numbers were given; "The Early- Life of Washington." Deck Johnson; 'The Characteristics of Wasn- ington," Sarah Richards; "Letter to Givcrmore Clinton," Rucl Ilat- ley; "Letters irom Washington to his -Wife," Laura Crowiler.- In a contest of making words from the letters in Qearge Wash- Miiuricc L«t troll Indies as favors of Ocorgo Washington's birthday. In the serving oi the appetizing lour course menu. (hi shades, of red, white and blue were seen. • • The parly was mmlc Vip of the honored guests and their son. Marion, Mr. nnd^Mrs. Ray Worlblnt;- ton, Miss Tnelma Worthlugton Miss Mary Emma Hood, James G. Coslon, of Osccola. was winner with a hatchet as the awaid. Pastor and Wife are Complimented. ' The Rev. and Mrs. Marion A Tlie mVrrlage'or Miss Stella Mar:hi," of Porlnucville, Mo., nud Mr Perry McFall. ol Osccola, tost jilnca in this city Sunday afternoon. o'clock, at the home of Mr. ana. Mis. J. E. McFall with Justice F.< Wnltter performing the ceremony They will live nl Osceola when Mr. McFall Is mnnager of th Murll's Etore, He formerly live rtn Blylheville for a number of years Y«iinj Teoplc Mc«l. Al the nn.iHinj; of Hie Youn People's Mlssltmary society ol th T'ust Methodist church Friday nit A marriago '.license was issued "rltiay to Miss Trances Ciilbclls.- nd Mr. John Morris, both of Malla. Osceota Society—Personal For Joe Lee Twilic Jew Lee Twllle, 67, succumbed ai ils home^ncar tills city at 10 o'c'.x't ihls rriojjjlng. Fuwtral «mlces atej- >elng hVra Ihis afternoon with -.iisT Rev. E. ; k,'H;alirner officiating. / terment wlU be made at. Ridge cemetery. • ; The deceased Is survived b'y' his widow, Flora Twllle, two daughters and t\vo sons. The Cobb Undertaking company is. In charge of funeral arrangements, . .-. Bits of News . Mostly Personal Mr< and Mrs. C. F, Harris, .lemphis, were guests of Mrs. Clyu- Davis Saturday. Miss iSue "Shelby Is seriously in at the home of Mr. a»d Mrs, 8am- uel P. Norns. J. E. Crook has returned to Rlp- ey, Teiin., aft*r' visiting his family for two months.. H. Barnett and Dave Luben, ot Helena aix) Forrest City, were business visitors In iho city Saturday James Williams has relurnca from Jonesboro where'he look tn. entrance examinations for enteruiy Annai»lls Naval Academy. He wl! undergo a final examination April. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs und Mrs. \\ D. Cliamblln jr., were In Joiicsbor yaturtlay for a party. Gcut^c M. Hunter, of St.. Loui' visited Mrs. Humor for the week end. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs aiii daughter, Betty Brooks, spent Sun clay at Paiagould. Misses Mildred Anderson :> n Elizabeth Blythe spcr.l the wcex end In Memphis. II. W. Cowan, of Manila, Saturday in tht city on buslncs B. N. jWllson of-Oseeolii, count engineer, was lu aiythevillc Satin day. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Smith an son, Homer, visited relatives m Memphis Saturday. Patrick O'Brien, son of Mr. ano Mrs. £eph O'Brien, who has been bcrlously 111 with scarlet fever. 11 now much improved. Jack Compoy, grandson of Mr. an:l- Mrs. Zcrih O'Brien, Is recovering {rom an Illness of scarlet- lever. .-"• Mrs. A. Cancer and two daughters, Marie and Dorothy Dan, ol Scnntli, Mo., were In the city Saturday as guests of Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tlpton, Mrs. H. W. 'iS'ard ol Seriath, Mo., was a vlsilorhere Saturday. Dr. I. R. Johnson has recovered from a week's illness of l-.iryngitls. Mrs. Edgar Durum and dausntsr, Mary Elizabeth, accompanied by the former's mother, Mrs. CullOT Gieenc, returned yesterday afternoon irom Memphis- where Mary Elizabeth was under the care of a specialist. John Ulythc and Jim Davis spen', (he week-end In Memphis. Mrs. Leonard W. Holt and son Leonard jr., are visiting In Lux ora for several days.,-Mr. Hult uc companied them there last night. Among ;thos3 from this city v.-ti attended the funeral.of Mrs. Tom ' Hnynlc in Osceola yesterday \vcr: the Rev. and Mrs. Marion A. Boggs and soil, Marion jr.,; Mrs. L. \V. Gcsucli,'Mrs. W; W. Hawkins,.Mr. and Mrs. S. E'. Vail, Mrs. Robeit-E. Ickens. Miss, and ll'.elr pent yesterday at Luxora. Among those from this city whi ttended the basketball games at ihawnee Saturday night were: Mies Mary Ellen Stevens, Henry Hudon, Clifford Fisher, Mr. and Mr* Crawford Greene, Mr. and Mr*. Joe Triesthmaii, Elliott Johns, Berd Jaggers, W. W. Halstead, Mr, and Mrs. Ferris Cunningham, Gra- iam Sudbury, Frank Whllworth, Farmer England, Ed Hardln, Willie A. Law-son, Hiss Marlon Thornberry, Miss Selma Lentz, Miss Ltila Scott, W. W.' Shave.-, Dr,. H. 8. Davis, Floyd A. Wnlte J. T. 'Craig, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Morris, W. W. Prewitt, cl Cteceola, Is a business visltorln the city taday. . Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Haynes havi returned from Memphis when they vcstted their daughter, Mrs Russell Farr, and fumlly.' Mrs Haynes went down Thursday mid Mr. Haynes motored down, for th weekend. Harold Haynes, Jr., of Ho Spring, lia-s rcturncl home afte fccveinl (lays v ! £lt with his parent Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Haynes. Social Calendar Colcman Stevens, son of Mr. an Mrs. C. S. 6!cvci!S, Is Improving from an illness of iwlet lever. Mr. and Mi3. W. I. Dentou have as .their guest their daughter, Mrs'. Cochran, of Meridian, Miss. Mrs. O, C. GanAc is vifitlng In Paragould. Miss Grace Moultric has.return- ed to her hcrae at Menasha, aft«r .cveral days visit here. She will cturji tomorrow, MI'S M'nnlc Matthews has re- Mrs. Ueile Lflvllt. Funeral arrangements wero ui Ml-s M'nnlc Mattnews nas re- n , {h Cobb Und3f[aklnj urncd from Jonesboro where she I "_ r 5l 01 ule ... _ •'.-. ." Isited for a few days. Hold Last Rites ' ' • For Calvin Jones Funeral services were held at 10 o'clock Ihls morning for Calvin Jcnes, 25, who died at his lioun.- near. Armorel at li:ib o'clock th.b moroing, The Rev. E. K. Latlmer officiated at the services. Intcnn:nt was made at Maple Grove cemetery. The deceased is survived by two brothers, Tom and llerbsrt iind two sisters, Mrs. Mnttle Lou Lovitt antl company.. n» r -"-"- Simple Glycerin Mix Slops Constipation The simple mixture of glycerin, buckthorn bark, saline, etc., Adlcr- ika) acts on BOTH upper nnd lower bowel, relieving ccmtlpalion In 2 hours. Brings out poisons you never lliought were in your system. Don't waste time with pills or remedies that clean only PART of tlie bowels, but let Adlerika give your stomach and bowels a REAL cleaning and see how. good you feel! Adlerlka stops GAS bloating in 10 minutes! City Drug Store. KC Baking Powder Same Price for over 38 years ounces tor You save in using it. Use less than of high priced brands. MILLIONS OF POUNDS 1 USED BV OUR COVERNNENT Lee Kiiig,-Mr.-anrt Mrs. T. J. Mahan, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene DicXen- Our Obligation. \§J1 You Do Share? "Property owners of "Blythevillc nnist choose belwccir a-voluntary in thcii- school tax ami the closing of .the high school. If you believe maintenance of tho scho.ils an obligation in which every resident of 'the community shnrcs, you will- do your part by signing for the additional lax. If you are willing to leave it to the other fellow, you may find your ^town without schools for your children. .- V Mrs. Lalah Swift wns hostess, to the, four table bridge club lo whlcl the belongs, entertaining at Hi icme of her daughter. Mrs. D. S Laney, west of Osccola Friday af tcrncon. The sixteen guests whi enjoyed tl\e afternoon at bridge in eluded Mrs. Mary Crciishaw, o Union City, Tenn., who Is vteilin her sister, Mrs. H. L. Driver, ii Oscecla, and Mrs. J. F. Roland, o Rot Spring;, Ark., who Is visiting here brother, Walter Driver, near Oscrtla. . A delicious plalc lunch was served following Ihe p.mic and high sccrc prl-ic, a iwttecl plant, was awarded Miss Blanche Clccre. Mrs. Bruce Ivy cut consolalton, 1 a set of lea- napkins, nnd Mrs. J. L. Ward •on low score tnvor, n box of tend erclilefs. > Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Doyle, Miss :mmti Cox, It J. Hale. J. A. Me-1 Cants. Mr. rind Mrs. ririife Ivy,' nd Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Lanc'y »ero unciig the Osccolans alleiidiug the £orle Cardlnnl versus Tennessee University basketball gan:r at Shawnce Snturrtay evening W. \V. PrcwIU was n business •Isitor In Piggolt. Avk., Friday. Mrs. Claude Thciiiason. who has been ill of Intliicuza, is able lo be! il> today. The grammar school Parent Tca- r.hers AESCClatlan will observe Fcuncicrs' Day with an appropriate program »t their regular monthly meeting here Wrdncstlay afler- nccn. Mbs ^Wiilip La'vvsdn. County Superintendent of Schools, will be on Uu> program. Mrs,. Ben- Butler :s ill nt her licmc here, sutfcrliis (rcm a strep llcgcclc threat Inlcctlon. Mr. Tint ler wri'o-was seriously 111 from a similar infection for several days Is able to be.'out again. Henry Pnriit Dies Early Saturday Night Funeral services were held Sunday for Henry Prultt. 54. wli.i succumbed. SaUud.-vy nlglil at G o'clock at his home in the North S-wbn community. The Rev. Jordan oftlcihtcd at r.v; services. Interment wns made ;u the North Sawba' cemetery. Funeral arrangements were In charge oi the Cobb Undertaking company. The deceased is survived by b> father, J. A. Pruitt, a brother. Jim Pniilt, two sisters, Mrs. Ida Wr.-jw and Mrs. Ada Chamlcy. two nepn- ews, Ott and Herbert Mulllns. an.: a niece, Mrs. Ruvelle Wheeler. CAKB 01' THANKS ., ' Wo wish to thank our. friend: for the many kindnesses showrj^us during the sickness and bcrc mcnt of our beloved wile mother. F. W. Carlock, Jean Carlock, ': ". Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Benu'ctt, Carol Bennett }.' . Earl Bennett, -^ • Bob Bennett. . i . Mrs. Cleorge W. Dillahurity, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jaines. B.Clark. Mr. and!Mrs. W. Leon Smith have i their guest, Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Fletcher Minrils of Stuttgart. Leeds-Butler and Gerard Calli- Vian, of' Caiuthersville, Mo., were visitors in the city Friday night. Clarence Vollmer and Ills guest. W. J. Wunderlich.of'p.iekens. Mississippi, are:ifi Chicago for several days. They-expect 16 return Wed r.esday. •Mrs. Clarence-Vollmer and her sister, Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich of P LU-GRIP . "cauyacj" t CVERt? MILLION JABS USED YtABtY Ltt UGlton C Work Imfrmt Your Gartt BRIDGE by RADIO Auction kiid Contract Tuesday KI.CN: 1:30 |>. m.'CST ftrt, A. R. Cojtn, InJtanapolii, InJ. Soatlcs .. I 10,7.5, J Mtacli '. ..5.J.J ChlH..i;:..'.~."-".Q,' j', 1 tin. Amu IPoum, C^ u . N H'iltuim J. Jl'M, Kamai Cilf, Mo. " f 'i> 'I Oltana, Ctnadt Hcmti ciuu ::*. K; 16. 1: t; I 1 ciX OTa ' j'«' i 'I O '" -""'"• Job* C. Gardner, Bnollfit, A". V., Dialer Hwti....!.-."...'. A. c.'S l j ia:v,ond» A, Q, 10 tlubi Ksr.! lo the Bridge htmd alxjvc, should South nuke a pre-rmptivc Spade bid at Auc;ion? At Contract? How many tricks cm South win nt Spaces? What is elimination piny? In bidding, how n IB.-.S is It txlvisdblc to risk in order to save Hie hrst conic of a lubber? Deckle j-oiir plan fcf this hand; then hear llie expert vcrsicn by ridio, with comment by Mr. Work. 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This tribute and this pride rdact upon each other and make for -ever-increasing service. '"' f'. _ , Arkansas-Missouri V • . - ' . ' f Power Co. Service"

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