The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 4, 1934
Page 2
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BLTtTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 'Social Calendar ,„ , FRIDAY'S tVENTS Hwvtst suppir at Piotnlad L»nd church f <" ;JBmwood Cemettu association with Mrs Nelll Reed, 1 30 V'Vf- . j. Ne»art-Daiitels wedding to be wlernnlzed- (g churcfi of the Immaculate Conception, 8 a m Ladies Bible c ass, rjrst- Metjip- dlst church, meelhig 7 30 P M »l_th Mrs Lee Arnutrong ' Democratic Women's club n«el- in* 50 *Jn at Hofe! Noble Woman's club meeting with Mrs A ' M But!, 9 30 a jn American Legion Auxillarj meet- ingj3.30 p,m at HoUJ Noble Son Bom , Mr..-and Mrs. Jesse H .Wciib, formerly of here and no« of Earle, «re~ parents of a se\en pound hou bot!j Mbndaj. Mrs Webb \\as formerly Miss Mary Jane BUck- v,eU u. ... Delphian fine Arts Club Has a " '• Bits oj News Mostly, Personal Miss Sue Dolen has returned from' Horseshoe Lake where she vyas the guest of Miss Ophelia Enoch for "two weeks. Frank Alleri Daniels nrrivcd this morning, to' 'be with his fiancee, MIES \IarJoric Stewurl. Their wedding ' ."will lie solemnized In the morning, 8 o'clock,' iit the Church of Immaculate Conception. Mr. Daniels, whose home is In Cariilh- cisMlle, is now Working out ot I Memphis but will be transferred lo Ilclcm for a month liefore going lo Cairo,- ill!' He. Is with the ^he Delphian Pint Arts club held the' first meeting of the club ye«r Wednesday morning at, the home of Mrs C \y, AfJllck The s«i»r book, committee composed of. Mrpes W, M Williams arig Mrs, ,RIIey B Jones, were co- hostesses After" 1 the business session Mrs G,'""G,,. Caudlll gave R reife\\ of Cajsollne Millers book Lamb in H^Bosom, 1 ' the Pulitzer prize nln- n^r< Mrs W I- Hosier jjinc a story of the life of the author tyiicr\eon v,as scried at an at fractlvely appointed tabfe wlfi a " cemerp!e"c of maiigolds and tapers In the club colto G W Dlllahunty, A B NMriield, James Hill jf, W L Corner, Elto'n \V Klrby, o W "cCutcheD,v,\V. r Oberst, W. M rilllams, &&yd V Wise, J R leicSrran, W. E Tale, Di Ednn Nl« and -Miss : —"t, i****^,* L IU U^C t-ni;n 'nrst a; third Wednesd.aj at'9 30 a m ' * • . —irv 1 '*' Is Born Mr and Mrs R. J A'atsoi) who are jiow at Friendship, tcnn , an- ngunpe the, birth of a daughter, Sunday morning The child, which •Welched, eight pounds has been named ,Mar> Katharine Mrs Wat K>nVwas,f before her marriage, Mist Doii^Harwell, of here Mrs, Bob Wilks entertained "J 6 ?^ 5 of Ul P Wednesday Bridge club and t»o guests, 'Mrs Marvin RobipEon'and Mrs Henry Humph - 0 ' fal1 She used garden flowers to rtcco rate the small luncheon tables arranged for the t?o course menu W the ca,-d games Mrs James H Bell won the prize Women s Chb to Hear Judje Judge C ,A Cunningham «ill K? 111 e ^ ork t"8' <" the State Democratic central Committee a' a meeting of.the Blythe\llls Demo- crattc Women's club Frldaj morn ing, 10 o'clock nt, the Hotel Noble • » * t«|1on Airfy to TS InsUlUtlon .of Officers rae/Araericaji Legion auxiliary will have (ti annual installation of officers In a meeting n-ldaj af- ternpon, 2 30 o'clock at the Chris»^, '? w room of " J(! Ho 'e' NqWe Mrs S S, Stetnbeig is the neyly elected president and the I 'This Is a call meeting 3 *• * • Woman's C'cb to Hare a Call ™" 6 »'H bs a cj.ll meeting of the.Wprnan's club Prlday morning, 9 . 3 V><***. at the home of Mil A M SUtt , ^J*?" 1 business matters are w J!3,ir e « up ' accordln s to the president,^ Mrs S S Slemberg Soij Born ! ' * _ Ave, announce the -Jjr, Vho yefghs nine pounds, has Men named Richard Earl SKKny P The Sudbury P T, A met, ses - terday with 71 present, for a pro- KTwn Which included talks bj Mre . . niorse and Roscoc Morris and the national presidents message given by-1 Mrs R L Recder, Ita Election with Mrs" RiScn Fa?r at the piano -• of - f yinegar. Jesse II. Webb, of 'Baric, attended to business here yesterday. Mrs Blllfc Hurst had us Her guest Tuesday evening and yesterday her stsler, Mtss Allic ifliea Owen, of Amarlllp, -Texas, who: Is UsHtng In ilemphls. • Charles II. Wneelor has gone lo Los Angeles, Oai.. where ho will spend the winter. Enroute there he Is slopping in St. Louis, Warrensburg, Mo., and Kansas City for \lslts . . .R. J. Walsoii ahrt Mrs. .TrB. Wntson rcluVncrtT'liisL !hlghl ^froin Friendship, Tenn., where tlicy were guests,6f Mr. and.Mrs, B. J. Wi son Jr. ihc He\ Marsh M. Cnlraway Is spending todny In Mcniphls. Dr. and Mrs. W. P. iirewei' uru now nt home, 222.East Davis AVC. Misses Alice ami Belle Wliltsllt had as their! guests .yesterday .thoii ^ araB01ll(1 «»•" Madame Dcrlhc, of '' BCrt " fl to Mi and Mrs. L. W. Walters, of Osccoln, HCIC ID the city lodny. Mis J S. Geicll : returned Sun- . . . her.'son, Raymond, nnd family, of 'Little W. T. Toole Heads Qsceola Baptist Sunday School OSCEOLA, Ark., ''Oct, 4.-W T Tooli' lias been elected siiperinicn-' t°u ,°I tllc ' p lrstiBii|,Ust Sunday school fo, the flsciil your which'be- gins Sundaj.V : ; <M r^ P fflc< ;^ n| : 0 'Ti?. Burton, U5 - slslont superintendent E. p.' Drad- Ky, stcrelary; .'Miss.! Corn' Louise Turner, assistant secretary; Miss Vctn Mac Miirfr, pianist! Teachers arc George H. D»ere and J B Biinn, for the. Baraca class Mrs n, H. Joncs Hlul Ml . E * B Pompklns for the T. B I, nass Miss Aline Word, Philathca class, j T. Rhoiuls," intermediate pojs, Mrs Roy Dillard, nrst srad" hitermediato girls; Mrs. j. s Mc- Oants, second, third and fourth B"«^ intermediate 1 'girls;' Lyniaii Sheddan, mipcrinlcndent of |,l, c Junior department -hd .teacher of mtrd and fourth grade Junior boys- Slop Gcltltij; Up Nights To harmlessly flush |joisons mid icid from kidneys and' correct Ir- .Italian of bladder to llmt you can slop "getting up nights" get a » cent packoee of oblil Meila! Haarlem oil Capsules nnd 'take as directed. Oilier symptoms of iidnej and bladder weaknesses ara -cant, burning or suiartliig pas- age-backache-leg uramps-puiry >es ' • —Adv.l In Blyilievilic NCKLi: You'. don't have lo be a Viennese to love line pooling You don't have to live in Vienna to get it. t Our patrons 'tcV. us thnt. the Noble Is one' of those Rll-too-fcK' places that cater to individual tastes. And we agree. Here you will- get a planked steak, or a 'chop' or a fowl or a fish cooked, spiced, sca- 'son'cd ' nnrf '• garnished to your order — and served wfth the proper continental flourish. Sec you'soon? Special. Club Dinner • • 50c Mrs. I. b. Bin-ton, third and lourth grade Junior gWs; Miss Catherine Hughey, BScond grade Junior boys; Miss Joyce Tornpklns, Kecomf grade Junior girls; Miss Mary Cox. llrst ersde junior boys; Miss olive Anderson, nrst grade Junior gins; Mrs. li, L. Cole, supsilnteiident primary department nnd teacher of the Drsl enule primary children; Mrs H. II. Brooks, Bccond B rnde primary euchcr; Miss Chi'lsline Turner, Ihlrd grade primary tcaclier; Mrs. Ma nicker, superintendent beginners' department and teacher oi second grade; Mrs. W. P. Hale, Mist grade. Mrs. Paul Driver Is Mirwrlnlen- dcnl and Mrs. Howard Timms assistant superintendent of the cru- dlc roll department, nnd Mrs, Oill Mnstin is pianist for tlic beginners' department. ..ilirctfff/adodo. Mr., and Mrs. Corbet Dye and family and Misses Sylvia Iluckalra and Kunlcc Dye were dinner guests of Miss Worn Ucn iiclrsey Sunday. ' Mrsj Aubrey Dye spent Sunday with iflife. w. A. May. . Miss Dorothy Coppagc had as her guest. Snndiiy Mfes Genera Crow, . Mr. and Mrs. w. y. HircJcata siicnl*aiKlny with Mr. nnd Mrs, Herb Gflllnher. Mhmnl Pfclfcr visited Raymond Long- Sunday. Mr. niul Mrs, . Albert, Dutackcy and Mr, and Mrs. Austin Curtis vlslled Mrs. Curtis' mothcr7"M~« VWa ffatley, In Deerhig. Mo,, Bun- Miss Flora I3ca Kcirscy spent Kat- urduy night with Miss Sylvia Hmk- Mlsa llolKtla Ueiiton siwnt But: i'duy nlglil 'liPSlcete. . .Miss Lucille Crowe spent last •llmrsiluy night with Miss Alma Qcnc Morgan, of Hayti. Miss Eunice Dye spent Monday afternoon in Haytl. •• ' Mrs J. B. Dye Is visiting J, er parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Dacld in the Denlpii community Wl Misses Sylvia linckaba and Plora Bea Klerscy were dinner ' 8 i,. S ( S of Raymond Long Tuesday Miss Mary Ruth May visited Miss licrnice Dye Sunday. Clyde Prakes mis j,, C'aruthere- ville on business TncKlay" ' '•'• Mrs. Bertie Dye ciileiinliiKl Tues«Hy with a community "quilting J. II. McCree is Improving at the &l. Joseph hospital a l Memphis. Misses Norma Holt and Lon long ivere ihc iveck end guests of .'MISS Alma Gene Morgan, of Haytl K. L. Dye" was In Cariithersvllle on business Monday. • • •. Mr. mid Mrs. W. M. May will ake their (laughter, Ijonila ' Ami lo Memphis Wednesday fur ex^ (imliuitlon. ., '.*•".. Wlscmishi fur trade of three centuries ago showed ' profits of a- much as 12,000 per cent/accord ing to old records. Ooirn (o ths girl n-iio goes in for a business life we recommend our Permanent leaving the ' top of tlm head softly wiivctl. with deep curls just nl the back, Easy (o keep neat-It's not too fussy. Margaret Oeeii Beauty Shoppe Phwiu 10(> COMPARE Akt OUR PRICES NRA TH ELLIS alack Siilln Kid. spike Iiecl. alssu shown In brown. As pictured. I'ATIO nrown or Blnck Crushed Kid vamp, patent quarter nnd ™ol. As pictured. COUKIEK Ulncfc or Hi own Velvet Crushed Kid, side buckle, black patent 'fittings. As pictured. Good Shoes and 1 Hosier. y. LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Customers Scale, in Our Store-Guaranteed 10 Oumes to the Pound Specials f T- -i.iiai.,, ,|, lt in, , , L |L ^, ^ 25c BACON Swift's Oriole. Sliced Pound Firm Heads EGGS Guaranteed Dozen 22c IIUMKfl 4-Lb. t'arlon 39c CRACKERS I'rido of Memphis a-Lb. Box 18c Kresli. Home Grown Pound ONIONS Red or Whifc Pound 2c Rt'd or Yellow Pound BEEF ROAST Thick Rib ". Pounil GREENS jMnsfard or Turnip Uuiich TOMATOES Standard, 7ic Table '/ z Pint - - 8c _Garclcn PI. He; Q(. ^2c CO'FFEE S Pound Sunny ) Vresh. Green Heads Pound' BLACK EYE Sl^ GROUNlTBiF" 2c •c I'oniul Jumbo Stalks OKRA VIGO Loin or Porter House I'pund Vi'esh at«l 'f'enilcr Pound 3c Dog Food Can Pillsbnry. Pl. : or S. R. 6• Lbs. 29c 20-Lb. Sack ___ PANCAKE FLOUR Washburn's 20-oz. I'kg. GRAFFS ' r ° ka >'' While.Malagas or ••» 1 _ " ta ** i^U Hiompsun Scedlt'Hs; Lb. *'^C PEAS lVor M» Michigan 1 English ' |A|>. Sd'AP I'.'ilmoHvc: ~ " « <j _ ^M I L____ 3 Bars for ' 13d APRICOTSj^by', Whole ijjd 2 g C 31c & Sanhorn. Dafcd ' -- found JAUHOPS Or nu.. 12ic LIBBVS SPECIALS Ic, No. 2 Can 17c Pineapple, 2«/, Can - 19c Peaches, 2'/ 2 Can - I8c. RA Cherries 2'/ 2 can 25c Fruit Salad, 2'/ z Can 26c Asparagus, Picnic • 12c Apricots, 2Vi Can - 23c Tomato Juice, No. 1 , Can ..... . 7J/$ C Pickles, Sweet Plain or Mixed, 22-oz. Jar • 23c C'uls Pound Full Cruani I'ound 15c Tec RELISH s -* RKAD . ' rat)!c Ganieu - ^ i>t - MACKJJET PURE LARD MILK Sc; Pi; 15o ; ; Quart Tall Can Pound Collage'or Van Camp . ;i TaJl or 6 Smalt Cans TOILET Snow WJiile Heads 'Each 15c Fresh Pound ; Ruby _ Lge. U.Qz. Bottle Pound SO'AP UVi Me 8ic Rar. Rich cop PICMS C ' a " 1 - S»»""Di" .tl^M4A3 Ouart Mar drift 3t' b i e?' 1 ' CAKE F LOOK PORKSTEAKS 19e Or Roast <f FJf.J^ff, Pound' /ili'i'/rz'C.' Dean's High Grade • Pound 30c CATFISH ''-*„„„„; 24e .01AGJL!!!ll^j|iL23e 41 c Sma[l CHILI CON CARNE •Libby's Can illed Lge. Canova Pound 29c Slokeley's Can MUSTARD Marco. Prepared Quart Jar PEAS Sto.kclcyjs Honey Pod. .: No. 2 Can 16c I'claco Glass 19C Sptcdy S«ds Small Box 5c SYRUP Stalcy's. While or/Red She 15c; l>/t Size PANCAKE FLOUR lOc I'illsbtiry Package . Sfc 7e 1)EL MQNTEiSPEOALS Sweet Pickle, Peaches, No, W Can, Ea. 27c Fruit Cock Tail, No. 2^ Can, Ea v ...;....,.. 33c Tomato Sauc«, 8 Oz, Can, Ea. .........,:..„...:.. 7c •Prunes, Prepired, N^. 2^; Can, Ea. : ,_L.'.L;.18c Pine Apple, Crushed, No, 2/2,Cain, Ea. ;; ,. : .19c

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