The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 20, 1934
Page 2
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»W11!1BV1U,B,JABK.)- COURIER NEWS Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS Children of Confederacy meeting Vith Miss P»tty Shane, 2 p. m. The nuurUte of Miss Myrtle Harmon, of Coivway, Ark., and Mr. Vcrnon WJyglus, sou of Mr. and Mrs: p. E. Wiggins o[ Ihls city, was wleniniiKt Saturday evening at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. P. E. Atlclns, and Mr. Atkins, of Con- wajv The Rev. E. P. Oarrett, pastor of the Fust Baptist church, per- fbrriwd the* ring service before a SmSll gathering pf relatives and Mends . The bride wore a brown flat crepe frock fashioned with full sleeves and with a dropped shoulder line. The. blouse was trimmed with a white sat'ln-Ellzabetheon collar. Her accessories were also in wood brown. Her maid of honor, her sister, Mlis Annie Lee Harmon, wore n wine colored diess of sheer crone wllfi a- alior't coat and short pleated sleeves. Her accessories jiere black. Mr. B, M. BOM, of this cily, was Mr. : Wiggins', best man. Mr. and Mrs... Wiggins are now at home »lth h|s parents al 101 East cherry. f The bride was reared In Conway where she attended high school. The bridegroom attended school here and in tre past several years has traveled extensively bolli in the United Slates and other 'countries. He Is no» engaged in carpentry work at Mirmge Licenses Issued. • These marriage licenses were among those recently Issued from the Bljttievllle office of the county court clerk: Mtss Annie Jewell Ford and Ernest M, Walls, both of Manila; Miss Aline Shaver and H. L. McClendbn, both of Dell; Mrs. Dorn Buford and Andrew Cowen, both of.Luxora; Miss Ida Wood, of Conran, Mo, and Frank Hicks, of Ca- ruthersvlllc, Mo; Miss Hoxie Bounds and Horaco Scott, bothrof Manila; Miss Ortlm Grouse and Leonard Scott, bath of Manila; Miss Hester Bell Edmonson' and Earle Eddins, both of Manila,, Miss Eddie Difls and J. B. Hicks, both of Osceola. •••; .. / * ' * Bed Pepper Cab M«ts> The Red Pepper Clubman organization of girls In the city high bchool, had its first meeting of the schoo , year Wednesday. .. Members oPJJie pai'Kdc committee will .bo: Misses Mary Spain Usrey, Mildred Lou Hubbard, Isabel Brandon and Frances Uttlo. On the program committee will be Misses Patty Shane, Brunelle Bradley, Frances Holland and Constance Smith. f ' • * * - • " lo Haie Rummage Sate The local U D. C will have n rummage sale Saturday | 0 assist in raising funds foi the Confederate ( boulders here mid nt Oscc- Buinmagc should be sent to Mrs. Henderson 0. Hal!, 21)8 .-S. Fiank- )in, or v Mrs Charles Alford, next door, by Friday afternoon. • » • * Araorel r. T. A. Board H»s Meeting Plans for Die year were made at the execute board of the Armorel 1 1. A. Tuesday afternoon. These *tl sene Bs officers. Mrs. T. E Talc, president; Mi 5 Alice Wom- aci, vice president; Miss Clarice w<n£ * ,*«""<"•*: Mrs. Billy Williams, treasurer; Mrs J R Steadman, historian, MIS c E' Crigger,' parliamentarian Committee chainnen arc: Miss Bernice Reed, program; Mrs. Coz™ Blaekweii, fmancc . M ^ Smith, hospitality; Mrs Hale' SSI? 0 * 11 *: M « B °» Williams social and mental hjgiene; Mrs ' Smith, summer round tn>- Mr Canaster, pubUcalions; Mrl'.-'j. R AN~ ,£' Parent cduca l!o»: Mrs! Alice Womack, publicity; Mrs ^ rle . s °"|f Jr. home making;' Mrs. J. C Eliu, 01,114 welrar( , Hospital Notes vM ' he B| 5"- hc .«'Ic hospital: £ H. Crump, Route 2 citv Bryant Rich, Sloele, W MUs Ruth Garreit/city; lUa - w Listen, L. A. rt . . «n, anath, Mo; j. H.lwiss, oj Mostly Personal Miss PrnnclsB RoscnUial -hns rc- covercvl from several days Illness. Urs. parnswortli ulack, Misses Sue Bull antl jano Buck - «re In Memphis loday. Mrs. Cliarlcs Gross, of Birmingham, Aln., ))os arrli'cit lo .5|>ciid Die fall s:r,sou wllh l;cr inirwiLs, Mr. mid Mrs. William Lang. William Lang -lius gone to St. Louis on n buying •• trip to Ilic Fashion. '. ' Mrs. Janus n. Clark sponl Monday In Memphis. Mrs. Earl S. GtlBon returnee' from Memphis Tuesday where she visited friends for the past three dnys. She will return lo her homo In Detroit, Mich., next week. Mrs. Henderson-C. Hall III. has returned from Flint, Mich., where she 'has been visiting relatives nn'd friends. Jack Dciv, \vlio Is ;>ow employed In Joucsboro, was In the city over the weekend. J.'T. Hall und J. T. Collins lire In Memphis loilay where Mr. Hull is attending lo business nnd Mr. Collins Is consulting his physician. Mr. nnd Mrs, J. A. Ollllc, and daughter, of Detroit, Mich., hnvo arrived here lo make their home. They are with Mrs. Ollllc's i>nr- ?n(s, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wiggins. Roy Wyrick, constable at Hnyll, Mo., was in Ihc cily last night. Mrs. T. J. Ciowdcr will return tonight from a visit in Corning, Ark. Mrs. Earl Ha.tchcr nnd Miss Irene Crowder motored to Pnra- Bould for her. Mrs. Vinlon Bass "imd daughter, Bui-barn, have returned from n visit with relatives In Walnut Ritlge. Mrs. Eunice Youiif spent yesterday In Newbcrn, Tenn, with her family. Holland News Notes A surprise blrtlidny party for B, Stivers, old resident here, was given at his home by his wile and Mrs. Lawrence Stivers Sunday af- leriioon. Among those present' were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tnylbr, Mr. and Mrs. Cllvc McCormlck, W. n. Slaytoii. Mr. and Mrs. J. D, Best, Mrs. Bum Workman," Mrs. Joe Les- I , and, Mr. .and Mrs. Joe ,Lahuc.' l the close of tlic afternoon re"- 11 freshmenti of angel food cake,! sandwiches, Ice crcum, nnd solti drinks were served. Mr. mill Mrs. Kessell Bookcr were lionseeuesls of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Booker over the irepfc cml. They returned Monday morning to Pnragould, Ark., where Mr. Bonk- :r will be employed. Wlllavd Brntifor<l returned n-i- day from the Blythevllle hospital H'liere ho underwent an miiientlec- loniy recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Cohoon visited Mr. and Mrs. Jim Martin of Cooler, Sunday. i Claude Edwards spent the week end al home with his wife ami family, .returning to St. Louis Monday. . Mr. and Mrs. James Tniikcrsley of Gosnell, visited the parents of Mrs. Tankeralcy, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kifcr, over the week end. Mrs. Thclma Thompson i\nd daughter,'Beth, of Lake Farm were i the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam! Workman dining tho week cm!. I Miss OlaiKline Atkinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Orvlllc Atkinson, was removed from her home to. the Baptist, hospital in Memphis Sunday, for treatment. Miss Judith Bray, who hns been fraintog in the Baptist hospital in Chicago's Queen; In Follies, Too Jackson, Mo., lust week to t;e employed m bookkeeper in S. L. Fisher's general mcrclinndiso store Mi: and Mrs, Wcodrow Fisher and son, Ronald Dean, of Blythe- vllle, were guests Saturday of Mrs Fisher's sister, Mrs, Carl Kenlcy Cicero Johnson, of Paris, Texas arrlvrd Tuesday for n business visit, here before returning to st Louis whore lie will reside. ,, Clood fortune JUKI rolled In on Miss Allco JngloweM. so nlio K),\n tho world lior best smllo to Show how she npiircefiilca it. I''lr»l shu v.on a clly-wlilc contest and was nnnicil Mies Old- CIIBO nt Ilic \vorld'n fair. Than "lie was nivnidecl u tii'iison's con- trncl n-llli •/.IcBfeld'a Follies. Slic'a only 10, ;i !nw student inul DOrd'ult oalt'.cr. Memphis for HID |ml year, returned home Sunday for a two weeks vncntloi; with' licr pnrcnls, Mr. and Mrs. l-'rank Dray. Slio was a dinner yuest of her uncle, Carl Webb, at Bniggadoclo Tuesday. Airs. Denny Lester is visiting her ion, Lawrence, in Huffman, this \\'cek. j Mrs. Minnie Clatewood and daughter, Miss Coirine, of St. Louis, left Saturday, following a weeks visit wllh Mr. and Mrs. L.I F. Oatcwood, lo visit Mrs. S. t Couch, of Slkcston, for two tlnys.' From there Ihey will go lo 'East I'rali-lo for a. brief visit with Mrs. I J'ulUe' Pollnfil • before rcim-nlii" home. | Mr. IUKI Mis. H. (j. Murk, of! Tcxns, arc here lo fusiilon new curtains for the high school singe, and scenic effects. Hilton Puckctt attended (o business In Memphis Friday. A. Webb, member of the high school faculty returned from Rylce Baby Dies Charles ISlvIs liylec. infant son of Mr. and Mrs. .Hiram llylee, of 1127(1 Sycamore street, died ycstcr- ,<lay at r,:00 p.m. services will b? coniliiclcd at Siin-yer cemetery at 10:00 o'clock today. 1, G. Moss us lii charge of arrangements. Britain Boasts Fewer Newspapers Than Swilz'd LONDON (UP)-That Britain wuti a M.OOO.OOO populntlon publishes only 1G8 dally newspapers, compared to approximately soc dnille.s In Switzerland with merely •LIOO.OGO Inhabitants, is one or the striking comparisons made In the German "Handbook of the World Press," just issued. The handbook was prepared by the German Institute of Journalism and the Foreign policy Office of the national socialist party. Another estimate contained in the handbook Is that 41) per cent of tho total circulation of United States newspapers Is controlled by chain .concerns. U. D. C. Rummage Saie Saturday Clothing should be scut lo homes of Mrs. Henderson C, Hall, 208 S Franklin, or Mrs. Cluirlus Alford, no.vt door, .by Friday aftreiioon. WASHOUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Win Back P«p . . . Vigor . .. ViUlit, Mtclical nolhnritiea nci cc that jour kid. ncy« conlnln IS Slll,l;s of ll/.j- lulit, or filtfrs %vl»ch lielD (o curiry the IjlooJ and keep J-GU hcnilhy. If you Lavu trouUt- ivilh too frequent M«iMer imsaccs will, scnn | y,,,,, „„". IIJB buriiliii! and ilijconifort. the 15 MILLS ol kidney tubes tictil vvnstitni: oul. This Btr oieml raay Ijc tho bectnnini: at nt bsrtarho, lee rains, lojj ,,f MT, ami vil tcltmir up niBlils, lurnlnso, .wollcn f«t tin I nnklra, rlieiuiuUc raini :nil ,!ii7.lnrsj. U kic nc»« lion t ciuply 3 nl,,ta every clay tnil set li.l of 4 pounils or wiulo mull-'. >oilr boily will tnkcui) (lie'ic PcUonj cousin,- teriouj IrouHc. It nmy knock you nut n!j Hy you up for. many months. Don't «-,i| Aif your clruccist for, DOAN'S P1LI.S • n doctor 9 WMcriiUion . . . whieti tas [,«..' oral HlenisfilUy hy million] ..f kMnry.'if. fercts for over ^) yeanj They trlvo ^irrrV K '£'.»»". "I]' ">4 to" ™h'o su 'i",h7 5 flliLbh ol kidney tubes But ilon't tjkc elmnccs with ,i, 0 ni: ilruc.i or .o.CBllc.l "kulncy cures" (but claim In fijr ou up !„ i, minute!, for liiry m*y ,eri All Da)' Services 5^IR.5T BAPTIST CHURCH •'i Biindny in honor of llui Rev. ALFRED CAUPKNTKIi. now |i,islor. \vlio hns rcturiml [rom \ n summer spout, hi Euio]ic. Dinner served on Die crotunls. Don't Miss Kirby's Ad OH Page 4 One of [lie Jacket Model DRESSES from the famous GLASSY JEAN LINE Nou) on display A- slrikinjf ,I/icl(el.inci(iel crealion iiv Classy .lean . . . Hisjli lii.||o<| ,J,. PKS v .ji], a neckline decidedly diifi-ninl \Villi Ioosi5 litlinjj, linger lip Icngll,' jacku!.. The model picluvod al Hit; left is now on display hero. JOE ISAACS, Inc. Blytheville, Ark. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1934, COMPARE ALL OUR PRICES LIBERTY CASH 0R0CERS 1 Pillsbtiry Sno-Siiccii ,«*£*„ 2 ,')-l LI). |-| (R . * ^9C Kentucky Wonder f+ ^ Pound wC APPLES Joniilhan Pound _C1ILLLI J SAUCE COCOA flcin/, <5 4 Ki-0/. ItoWe «31C Our Mill hers OO 2-LI>. Can JbOC STEW BEEF Or Hrisket • TJ_*» Pound /"2C Standard. No. 2 Cans 3 for 25c IjOLOSNA SUGAR_~_ SPARE MBS Fl CATSUP Pound 12 l Pure Cane . Attl — H) Pounds *f,*IC "' Slokloy's 44 M-bz. Bottle L 1C 32t Kaniti Pound Can 26c NECKBjMS "" s "-",.rr Bkc Dean's High Oracle ^f\^ Pound Can OVC SWEET POTATfliFS Nuncy HaU ° u »UAi i y I-/1 iyj^.p uic . in , [,,, VEAL CHOPS ^n,,,,,, 121-c BANANAS LETTUCE Golden Ripe Pound l''irm Heads Each • SOAP (.'itmay or Palmolive 4 <^ 3 Bars IOC ^'FAK H(UIII(I ' Loin or Porterhouse l ' rtli Pound SliRSlM SOAP Regular Size 2 Packages Sc 1'- & G. Giiinl Size f + 3 Hars 11C Swiff's Daisy Pound xil lil/J Swccl Pickle Peaches, No. ZVi Can, Ea, 27c Fruit Cock Tail, No. 2/i Can, Ea ., 33 C Tomato Sauce, 8 Or.. Can, Ea ^*7* c Pnmcs, Prepared, No. 2'/i Can, Ea. 18c Pine Apple, Crushed, No. ZH Can, Ea 19c 111 AlH ^^' ^ ...... PORK STEAK Or Uoasl 4 *»J^ -» Lean. Pouuil JL f 2 C Lean End Cuts 1 fiJL*» Pound JLO2V BARING POWDER GRAPES Hi- Lo e*» 10-Oz. Can *>C Tokays Pound 7lc ™TAIIS [Cars or Snouts Pound SALT MEAT Hesl sl > rMk -°-'-" Pound SALT .IcfTerson Island 1 Vt Lb. I'kg. MACKEREL Salmon Style Can BHTIffl American Jlaid Ofi«% Pound AiOO PICKLES COFFEE Home SI. vie Sunny IJrook I'ound Ciin MUSTARD 30c Alarc'o Quar(..Jar lOc Home Made ^1*%^. I'omtd ^UC OELLPEPPERS i'on ml Liberty Special Ground While ^ | . Y°u Wait. Pound DRIED BEANS _ AND PEAS 6e IJrlng- Your Juff Gallon ISc House t|A*» I'ound Can OwV !iel or CanuttiuH , Uc 01- 18c MATCHES • l''ii'c Chief Brand JJox 3ic FLOUR Al!l lry Janc AK|*»^ 2 '' >'l)s. - 85e *T<gAr -18 Us-JLJO" 'ai-kagV 9C Snowdrift 3 !l| j 41 C Scaled air-tight pail XTith othc/ pncu 10 higli. doa \f. (tut t-Kjan piu you by. SUGAR GRAPE JUICE Ms < E r t Brown or JX C'cnftclioncrs "9 \ Pomid Box ' / 2"G - - - 13r. • - - 23c GRAPE NUT FLAKES 2 fur Texas Green <^ j Pound ^2V • Hillsclalc <f ^ No, 1 Sri. Can l^C SALMON _ EGQ PUNT Chum I I ouii;l lOc 3c PMOJS LEMONS" Vellow Pound Fancy .Size Dozen 19c lixlra Kaney Reds Pound SELOX g^na^-.v.-.-.-M 5 : FLOUR 13c Blue Bunny O^^ aO-Lb. Sru-k O/ C Chase & Sanhorn LIBBVS SPECIALS PincniHilc, No. 2 Can 17r Pineapple, 2V t Can - Iflc Peaches, 2</i Can - [7e HA Cherries 2^ can 25c Fniil Salad, 2% can 26c 30c Apri«,( S| jji/, CfU( . Tomalo Juice. No. 1 Can Corn, (i. B(ln , am . 10c Asparagus, Picnic Pickles, Sweet Pfain or Mixed, 22-oz. Jar - 24c

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