The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 5, 1930 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 5, 1930
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m m 1 I*-?'-' Ilcius of Personal Irilerwl n 0 Activities and News of Women Society Calendar . , Tbureiiy Mrs. Carrol mid Mr.,. Paul Smith are having » bridge party at the Blokcmore home tor Mrs.. Mildred Hancock Acree ol Hcpkiiisville, Hy., who Is (he guJst c! Mr. and Mrs. W.. H. Mlnyard, and Mrs. Joseph Von Atmen, » recent, bride. Mrs. bayle Henderson Is havin. the Young Matron) dub. The Thursday club IB meelmj with Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs, B. A. Lynch Is navliii t-. MW-Wcck IJridgc club. Friday Tito World day of prayer will t observed at the Firs', Chniti:i. church at 2:30 o'clock. There will be a meeting ol th offlwrs ol zone 1 ot tne Woman': Missionary' soclely In Ihe MitiiiM Ut churches for an afternoon train ing course at the First Met.uxi.-. churche. The American Legion Auxiliary is meeting nt li-.e ncmc of Mrs. c. R. Mobley tor a program on ••!<•,- dac." Mrs C. O. itcaman will al;_ be hostess. Mrs. Charles L. Wylle Is having a bridge party at hor homa In UK Ingram apartments. The Ladles Bibb cla^ of tin First Methodist Sunday school wu iiave a business and social meetljis at the home ot Mrs. Gordon Wrlglv. on ChicltaEixvbj avenue. Saturday Mrs. Charles L. Wylle is having; a brldcc parly at her home In ihi Ingram apartments. "I would be true, for Ihcrc are thcsa who care. I w:uld be Urong, for" there Is much to sutler. I would bo brave, for there Is much to dare. I v/culd be friend to all—the fee— the friendless. I would be giving, and forget th: gift. I wculd be humble, for I know my weakness. I wr.uld look up—and laugh, and love—and lift." —Howard Arnold Walter. Transact Business Business was transacted at the Fleeting ol Ihe I/jke Street Methodist church .Missionary Society Monday afienobn when 13 members ivere present. Tlic song "Near the CfosE" preceded the reading at the- 67 Psalm nnd Mrs. B. D. La- 6hbt led in prayer. • After the reports of the superintendents, Mrs. W, J. LeRoy was elected * a delecate,to the annual Millenary Ccalcrcnce st Rogers to te held April 1-4."' The.Rev. W..J. LeRoy diunlssed the meeting with prayer. Plans for beautifying the ground: of the St. Stephens' -Eplscopa church u-erc made at n meeting Monday afternoon when Mrs. Out. Kcchtitzky was hostess. As (he members sewed, the d? tails bl planting shrubs and othei flowers this week were taken up. The hostess served delicious refreshments. » * « To DtecnUnuc Parlies. The weekly card parties, spon- corert by the women of the Chiircr. of Immaculate Conception, will K-. discontinued until after Lent, according to announcement made today. These affairs, attended by meii and women who play all kinds o card games, have bs:n the source of much social activity in tin. group. * » 0 Have Luncheon. Members of the executive b:a>< of tlie Woman's -Auxiliary in tn. First. Presbyterian church had :. "covered dish" luncheon Mondax at Ihe home of th; president. Mr.s George R. Crockett when important business was taken np. Following the . regular meetln the year's business was concludes and Mrs. Crockett made a shori address of.farewell as president 01 the group for two years. In a committee meeting, circi.' chairmen and secretaries of cinsc;; were chosen which will be otTer.r to the auxiliary at Us nest meeting. * * * On ;Hcncr llell. On .the honor roll of the Blu-. Mountain College, Blue Mounlan Miss., Just announctd. is Miss Elizabeth Haley, daughter ol Mr and Mrs. R. I. Haley. She is i sophomore and sinca beginning he college career there has made * high rating in her studies. Have Dinner Meeting The members, of the Business and Profesifeisl W-rncn's club en joyed dinner at the God Hate Monday evening before having th usual monthly business meeting ft the club house. Hans were announced for a Pel l'» p £lilj>; Dinner next Mcnday eve nirvj' at the Woman's club whei Mies-Cora Lee Coleman lias oiler cd to prepare the meal. Eac member may invite' a guest who i a pTOsnect've member. Te pare Offi«rs Training Da?' la Zone 1, M. E. Church 'There will be an officers' train ing . day program observed her Friday-. )Mt6rncdn at the Firs Methodist church, when officers o wcrden'a mlssicnary sccietics froi 11 'Methodist churches In Zone wJU-'cltend.' Mri. O. C. Gaiuke <!halnnan of this eone. and she w bs'. assisted by the. secretary, Mr V. I!.'. K." '/Sewetl, ; o{ Marian. Th tat her ing Is to be a special even of tho flrst church quarter. UfifrPS ft DOGGIE T& DO ? 4 «X»^ j"-* 1 * s y ...__ ^ * i A]l clmrcli members, interested i missions, arc Invited to attend t 2 o'clock. . . ; • Ir.s Honk Club When Mrr. Hay Worlhliigton was; cstcss to the members of the ueictay Rook club yesterday :'shP !co entertained a number' ol lends, making five'tables of plny- rs for the several gamer. Iii the refreshments, signs of is Irish holiday were noted by re srcen bread sandwiches, the reen salad topped with' whipped ream, peach pickles, ookles dec- rated with candied shamrocks, rcen baskets filled wilh nuts and .-ffee. -nlcrliins Club. Mrs. Jnmcs B. Clark wus lioness i Hie members of the Tuesday Brldce clu band Atesdamcs w ,t IHIer of Pine Bluff, Mrs. Fie!chcr Ilnnis of Stuttgart, Mrs. How ". Gulp, Mrs. Charles Martin for n afternoon . ot bridge at h?r oivntry home on the Mcnipbls The spirit of Saint Patrick's day wa sattractlvoly jhowii.ln ti ls rc- rcshmcnts of an appetizing plat: nnch of green shamrock santhvlch- "r. puffles, a salad and coffee. High score among Ihe chib. a 3hinsse folio for stationer, went to Mrs. c. R. Babcock; Mfs. Charles Martin was awarded frwh flower.' or honors among tin gucjls and the two out ot town ladles wers ilvcn RllpiM:r cases. Tuesday Luncheon •lub MecUnp. Members of the Tuesday Lunch- en club and two guests! Mrs. J Louis Cherry nnd Mrs. Hum- W. Haines, were guests of Mrs, 6. K Keck yesterday. For the delicious two course menu served :il o'clock the tables wcvc gay Jonquils. In the bridge games, a pair o; silhoultos went lo Mrs. w. D. Chamblin Jr.. for tlie club pri?c ami Mrs. Halnes' gift lor guest honors was a refreshment set lor n cara '.able. Burdetle News There has been a good detl - .0! sickness In this community raccht- ly. Including several cases ol chicken i:ox and nuuiy severe colds. • In sjiite of the' cold weather finite a number attended Sunday school here Sunday. John L. Brothers sr., hns bticn 111 for several days but is better today. Mrs. C. D. Whittle has returned liome after visiting her dnujhtcr, Mrs. H. E. Payne ot this place. The Misses Mabel and BeMrlc' Tomllu, Christine Qimrles and M:- Tcred sentence prayers concluded by Mrs. Leslie Moore. l>;trvc Wcrk tf l"iaycr. The Woman's Missionary society cf the Second Baptist cliurcii {• cbtc-rvlng the annual wee's nt |ir,iy- er with a meeting o* the home oi Mrs. E. Z. Ncwsom Monday and n Joint meeting with the members o! the First Baptist church wieu Tuesday and a 'final program lh-5 altenioon.; nine members and twn v'lsltoi-^ rtt Monday's-mecliug there wcra picsent, Mrs. W. A. Norman wj leader with' these numbers for tin- program:, song. "Revive Us Ajaln': devotional and prayer, the Rev. !•;. Z. Newsom; talk, "Our Negro A:ncr- *can Neighbors," Mrs. L^lleMooie; tnlk, "Our Neighbors Over th; World," Mrs. \V. M. Blaylock: ulk. "Our City Field," Mrs. Clyde Ellis; song "What a Friend We Have in Jesus"; prayer. Mrs. E. Z. Nc»- som. Per the second part of tho pro Err.m Ihe scriptur: Ic^c-h vi: tii, en from the I5th cliapter ol Firit I Corinthians, read by' Mrs. W. A Kcrman. A talk on "He Sent 1n;i,i to Preach Ihe Kingdom.of Oofl" was given by.Mrs. B. A. Morris »n<J another by Mrs. W. M. McFarlam en "And to Heal Ihe Sick." Six c:- Hotel Glencoe Grill NOW 0 [' I-JN 'I'O THE PUBLIC Honutirul booths for coup7es. Regular plate lunclius hud A La Ciii'to sci'viec. Best of Fowls, Sorv- i c p , Reasonable l>rices. New Man.ixcnicnl H. ^ ALSTON Jimmy Quarles were dinner gucsU In tl:e Voss home Sunday. Mr. and MrsyC. llardin aiidfarii. lly, Mf-.aim,Mrs. Uufus Grlggs, th" Misses Gertrude and Aline Vo'p..' Kola Quails, Jimmy and Kstel Quails and Hugh Voss were cnl.'prs in the Pnyrie home Friday nljlitJ '- Mr. and Mrs. Vcrtie Haniniccic and Jamlly have moved to Uiirdctte The Burdetlo junior boys' b.w- kctbjll team played the Ueil juiitor boys Friday afternoon, winning by a score of 15 to 14. Bits of New* Mostly Personal ^^^~,, i Miss Grace Webb'and Bab » u arc spending todiy in Memphji' Mrs. w. H, Mlnyard and h'-' houscguest. Mre. Mlldrei HancocB Acrec of Hopklwrtlle, Ky., Accompanied by Mre, Butli M»han, tSnn yesterday In Memphis. O. p. Grimes i» vlsltiiit relatives in Troy, Term., for «evcr*l d:iys • Mrs. O. W. McOutch«on and riaughter, Betty Ix>u, s^nt Tuesday In Memphis, Byron Rhodes Morse will K o f> Memphis Friday to spend ths weekend with his aunt, Mrs. Hal Pesl nnd lo attend grand opera. Walter Oberst has returned to his home In Memphis after bsinj with his brother, W. T. Obsrsl, 101 several days. Misses Mollle and Rosa Oberst, of Hosedsle, Miss., have returned homo after having been called hanj because of the illness of their brother, W, T. Oberst. Mrs. Jack Homer will go to Memphis Friday where she will join her parents, of Whcatley, Ark. irr opera nnd she will accompany Iliem home for a week's stay. Mrs. N. c. Keller, of Memphis, who h the day nurse lor w. T. Cberst, Epcnt last night at Luxora with Dr. and Mrs, F. L. Hudson. Spvrgeon Patterson, of Birmingham, who has with W. T. Oberet and family, left today fcr Memphis and West .Tennessee, where he will spend the remainder cf the week on business, return- Ing here Saturday. Mrs. Patterson, remained. W. T, ObersJ. who has been critically ill, Is much better today. Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tlpton ivcre Ifj Senath, Mo., yesterday where Dr. Tlpton was called on a Mrs. I. E. Parkhurst is, spending a few days In St. Louis where the ic purchasing new tpring stock lor the Parkhurst company. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shaffer, of .Memphis, will arrive Friday night to spent the week-end here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. c. Hall and family. Mrs. Shaffer tvili b; remembered as formerly Miss Tlicl- ma Beahrof this city and Littb Rock. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. E. Coolcy are In Little Rock for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. George R. Crocket; arc on a motor trip to'points o' Illinois. . Mr .and Mrs. R. A, Moore lelt Monday for Hot Springe where they will spen dseveral weeks before gu- ing lo Fulton, Mo., where they arc io live. . '..•• :' . • Mrs. U. W. Mullins sr., of Macon. MIFS., Is nt the bedside . of her granddaughter, Sarah Nea! Mullins, whoae condition U unchanged today, she li 111 from ccarht levei. Mr. and Mrs. Frank White am family/ of 8*n*th, Mo., are i,ii-..,11 j, o. Whitii and family- be- c««ie of the death of Mrs. Whitu • MM, W. H. Wpol«y, of Para- (OiUd, and Mn. A. Stokes, .0! Maiden, Mo., accompanied by their n'c« r Mrs, Gillette .of Amarilla, Tex., fere guetui of Miss Btllc Tuesday while shipping ' " •At fint tj'2n of a coy, (afcf fft— •tiro Uut tf ortrjrtlr etc:?.a sui.-i'mrhtl.'ilir Mili. /TO-NI6HF • »fc, purely T«ftUblc, 'jo-MoBIlOU IllKim—Z«. ^ ALRIOHT TA« All.V.t'l'U* La*aii<» Same Price for over 38 years 2$ ounces tor JC^ USE LESS than of high priced brands MILLIONS OP POUNDS USED BV OUR GOVERNMENT I^WWITT^WI \martnes J-SPRir^ : k xJohgjfsen *^ J> The Bootery —-For Sport —Aftcninnn --Or Evening Thu Ncwosl Creations •SISTER MARY'S KITCHEN MARV Many wcmen nii:st, rely almost entirely on canned tea foods. Not EO many years ajo canned foods o( all kinds did not enjoy the high standing now given to tliem and too often Ihe home-maker, regards canned (Ish as a last resort, In liar menus. Scientists have proved that th° modern methods O f canning have little effect on tne food value of Hsh—that there Is practically no Icsst of vitamin or mineral content All sea foods are so rich in Iodine content that they should be served as often as possibb. fh" protein of Il»h i s essentially the same as thp protein of meats Viir- lab!c amounts of vitamins A and 1- are present also. These substances are lound In canned fish just the same as in fresh fish, TO if you muit find your Ma food on /our grocer's shelves rather than In the fish market you may nevertheless be assured of Its full food value. : Pish pie can be made with any flaked flsh, although salmon is specified in the recipe. • ' Sataton Fie One and one-half to two cup.i ^^^^^ WEDNESDAY, MARCH 5, .1930 Halted salmon, li; cups co!d nmJi- from baking disli. ".A potatoes, 2 eggs, 2 lablcspojn-; Salmon is very BW when c::u- butter, 1 tablespoon minced pin- blned with peas and color;/ u •* ley, J-3 teaspoon pepper, 1 table-' • - - • - - ipoon lemon lulce. Remove all skin ana l)on;s im *aUncn »nd flake. Sprinilo v/i le'fnon' juice," Aad butter, (vell-bMii- en cggc,'pepper. Parsley and c«:. to potatoes.and beat until smooth, adding milk If necessary, Add flak. $tl fis hand-mix lightly. Turn intl a buttered bailng dish, cover with buttered crumbs un dtmke ;>0 |o tv minutes In a moderate oven. Smc salad. Garnish with hard. egg to serve. A tart £>M <'3-;j- Ing should bo clicsen. . Lcbstcr, 1 crab meat, EJWIVK, oysters and clams, tuna fis.i, B;;-dines, herring, varieties ;•! ds.-- Hakes and many kinds of emite-l (Ish arc available. U il The uco of vehicles iuvlus jnetal Urcs has been prohiuilc.l oa the strcts of Mexico City. IIL1ESS1UHD1IS Ma's' Hair Tonic Vanished Dandruff Hay Is Now All Brown Just the Same As Before His Illness, He Declares Mil" Sum f trout. '•LA/EL I," Kid Pump (as illustrated). Somrlhing dil'- A Style. Show All Our Own — In nnr windows where you may view at your leisure UK; newest creations for sports, street or dress weiir. .Aloderaicly priced from $6 to $10. First Showing of Children's Sin-ing Gordon Hosiery ,'McCnllum Hosiery Good Shoes and Hosiery HE LOOKED OLD BUT LOTS YOUNGER NOW I always was bothered a !ot I with dandruff, but never found anything that would stop it. Then I suffered \vilh acute articular rheumatism, and by time I got ever it, my lia/r had turned completely eray, and was: sn:w ivnile around i-ic temples. Friends su^- getted I use Lea's Hair Tonic which I did, and to my amazement trio dandruff disappeared, and the hair took on a natural even color, Today every hair In my hes-i In brown, the same as before I was Ejck, so you sec why I.praise Lea's and permit, the use cf my photo. It. Is marvelous what It will do. It made me years younger,-' cle- diicd Edward J. Hildman, -159 Irv!ii avenue, Rochester, Fa Regardless of age thousands a.' •:n-n end women lii'.d Lea's H«lr Icnic benefits their K'.I'I). bo'ii. : h-', d.iidiuff, and gives to tin tia'r ;lie hufht. well groomod appcnraiT.'j io much to be desired, sod-ally >•: i>i business. All their gray h.i'vr go back to the shao> ol one'. 1 you'll --led. Funbmn, brown, blaci, r.i blonde as.the ease may ^?. Tlio \,hole family may'u^c out cf tiv: jjine bottle. Hundreds hr-e nn praising it. 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