The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 18, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 18, 1934
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at. jSocial Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Ooun!/ council p. r. A. mccllug . ., . , Jlu^c 'depirtmeiit Woman's, clulj etlng at First ilelliodist church, P. «• Hans Announce* for A Nrthdar LwKbcon ;Women throughout Mississippi county are planning to attend a counly-iylde'^ luncheon, .here •_ on Tuesday, January 30, '.vnich is to be in honor of President Roosevelt's birthday. Proceeds from this affair will be given to the Warm Springs, -Ga., endowment along with monetary gifts from 6000 pth- ej- cities which are having Birthday /jaiKes and luncheons on that , same day. The affair here is (o Ije sponsored by the Mississippi County Democratic Women's club with Mrs. T. E. Tate of Armorel, chairman, in charge. • The luncheon will he at 12 6'clock at the Woman's club so that business women mny nltend. A musical program will entertain the ladies during the serving of lunch and Idler there will Ue bridge and rook games. Tickets will be sold for 50 cents each. : A large number of prizes will be awarded and extensive preparation? 'are being mnde for decorations', luncheon menu and prizes. ;. Mrs. J. W. Bader and Mrs. S. S. Sternbcrg are general chairmen. Mrs. W. E. Hunt, of Osceola, cochairman of the county group, is phairman for the southern end of Ihe county, Mrs. Floyd Grimes for Manila and Mrs. A. C. Byrd for Icachvllle. Mrs. James B. Clark, district chairman, is chairman of "the committee on decorations and Sirs. R. C. Langston, of Luxora, .and Mrs. Joe S. Dlllahunly ore in j charge of Hie prizes. I * * ' " ' !MIS. W. M. Williams Leads Delphian .Program • .;'Mrs.' W. M. •' \VllUahu- was leader of the Delphian' program yesterday, at the : Hotel-Noble . when she .discussed the paintings of Jiolto 'and 'Raphael. In this discussion 'she' to!d how the nnclent nmster- ipleces affected . both ,the subject •and -the treatment. ' The life of Raphael wus tnkeh ,'up by Mrs. James Hill jr., who icharaclerized his pictures and led. ; !n a study of some of these. She 'also read tvro personal letters ;written by this .artist. ! Dr. -Edna Nics " told ot "Phaii- : tom." 'the, largest painting in -the Vorld, |Whl?h was displayed it the Nfprjd'f airland exhibited a copy; by Bib of .Ntt£s Chartej Emerson Hall, who has been attending Arkansas Stale ciJIege nt Joriesborol is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Hall before,, going s lo Oxford, Mtss. where; he will attend the unlver- flty (or-the-second hcmester. Mrs. Max Miller Jr., went lo Marlanna, Ark., today, accompanying her mother, Mrs. o. Willlam- soti,- who came over yesterday. 'Mmps.. C. G. Smith, L. N. Math mid Herman Crass were In Car- ulhersvillc. Mo., ycslerdny as guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. s Dent lr. ' ' Mines. Harry Kirby, W. J. I'ol- lard and Fnrniwoith Black arc spending todiiy In Parugoiild, Mrs Pollard and Mrs. Blnck as guests of Ihe Rev. and Mrs. Gcoi-go W. Pyles, and Mrs. Kirby ns tlio guest of tier rclnlivcs. J. B. Whllworth and Mr. , of Tuscaloosa. Aln.. are guests of Mr. Whllworlh'ti parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wlillworlh, for a few days. Prenllco Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. n. Wood, is nblc to be In school after having teen ill for three weeks because of ;i leg in- Jury, Miss Dorothy Whilten has're- turned to Memphis after a visit with her staler, Mrs. W. p. McIntosh jr., mid Mr. Mclntosh. ahe was accompanied by lier niece, Dorothy Ann Mclntosh. . Hefty Jane Smith, daughter of Mr.- aild Mrs. Raymond Smith, fc ill from measles. . Barbara Monaghan. dnughtcr ot Mr. .and Mrs. Mntt Monaghan Jr., is 111 from measles. Mrs. Dan Tyler ims returned lo her home In. Maiden, Mo., nfter u brief • stay • witli her sister, -Mrs G. H. .DeUnig, oiul Mr. DcLong. Mrs. p.-"'-T. 'Krnmcr. of Little Hock, will arrive I-Vidny la spend Hie weekend with her /iiinlly. Mr. and Mrs. Kenelli Morris have ro^irucd lo Maiden, Mo., after a Y(s(t'wllli Mr. and Mrs. Jesse M.; White 'hurt - oilier relatives. Mrs. Morris nnii b;iby hud been visiting.ftcre mid Mr. Morris motored down for them. tb KocM Ilzfc}'.' ; '.:•! Carrent Events Ct'nb His Stndjr of Rossi* ' Mrs; Elton W, .Kirby was leader j)f the Currenl Events "club meet•ins last evening at 'the home of Mrs. W. H. Mihynrd. It was decided to meet' every Wednesday evening, instead of every other week, during the study of Russia. Several books, including '"New Russia's Primer," "Soviet -Russia" and "Humanity Uprooted" : were distributed to be read In 'connection with, this sludy. Next .week's meeting -will be al-thc home • of Mrs. SamueK P. Norris avitli ;Mrs. Minyard as leader. \ Last evening Russia was studied .from a geographical viewpoint •along with a discussion of how the ;five year plan will affect .trading .with other countries, -, : . * 0 » U D. C. Members ; Invited to Council . Members of Hie Elliott Fletcher chapter of the U.D.C. have been invited to Osceola tomorrow (or ;the meeting of the Mississippi .County Council of Parent-Teacher associations when Judge Camiile : Kelley, of the Memphis juvenile ; court, will be the principal spenk- • cr. ; Mrs. W. B. Bur'sett, of Dassclt, .president, extended the invilation .in a letter to the U.D.C. president Mrs. James B. Ciark. r * e t |Has Club Parly Mrs. Bob Wilks cnterlained tlic -Wednesday Bridge club this week •for luncheon anil a bridge game. . A two course menu was served .nt one oclock at small tables. In ,the card games Mrs. W. H. Minyard won the prize, hosiery. Patrick Henry delivered his fa- .mous oration at St. John's Church •Richmond; Va. • . Easy Pleasant Way ToJ.oseFat Hoy would you like to lose 15 pounds of fat in. a month ar.ct at .tl.e same time increase your energy .tnd improve your heaim? - How vould you like to lose your slcuble chin and. your too nroml- >iei}t abdomen .'and at the same lime make your £kin so clean and il'ar that it will compel admiration? Gqt on the seal:.' today and see tow much you weigh—then 83 cent bottle of Kruschcn Salts which will last you four weeks Take one half tc^poonful in a (class of hot wate.- every morn Ing *nd when you hn-e finished th' contents of this nist bottle weigh yourself again. . After that you'll want to Vaik around and say to your friends"One 85 cont bottle of Krusch'en tails is worth one hundred dollars of any f?t, person's money." ;.-Leading driiggistj America over nil Kruschen Salts—You can always get it. "-Adv 2 Hospital Notes Admitted In the Blyllicvlllo liospilaj: Miss Rutri I'iirks. city; Qlciin Mgrow.^ Qj/ruthersville, Mo.> Mali tfc Jhckson; Luxorn. Dismissed; -J. R. Robertson, Carulhersville, Mo. Braggadocio Miss Norms Holt, returned to aunesboro" Wednesday nflcr a visit with Iwr iiarenU, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Holt. Mr. tintl Mrs. F. Hamlet siiciil tlis week end uith Mr. Hamlet's parents at Cooler. Mrs. Hamlet has been ill for some time. Miss Roberta Denton gi ive a slumber" party Friday night. - Her guests were' the Misses Nona Davis, Christine Oullnhcr, Jewell Hatley, Ruby Moore. Flora Bell Kelr- sey, Mary Ruth Mny, Pauline Crowe Ruth Bryant nml Mildred Bruce. The Braggadocio boys basketball team lost to sceclu. 36 (o IB, whil the girls defeated Stcele 27 to 26 Put McnlltnLiliim In Ilic HiKlrlli lo relieve roH^cetioti and clmr the Hreadiliiy pa Annual lOc Tinware SALE FUIUAV - SATURDAY and MONDAY Ben Franklin Store .S. E.. Corner. .Main and Broiichv'av ——•' • . Declarer Sluffs Ace and King to Make Small Slam Contract Today's Contract Problem Koulli iilays Mils hand at fouv niauYs. West OIIOMS the four of hfaits, vlildi. East wins wlili tin! kins. If Kant tlot-s not ITturn 11 heart, u good si|uiH-7[! play will produce six-odd. Can you work Itt t A 1C 7 1 VAD s 4 ,1 r, 5 3 2 *S7 A 10 C2 1<7 3 974 AQ10C3 1H hulutlnn ill next Solution to Previous Contract Problem 11V WM. i:. McKENNEV Sfcrelary, Aincriran Br!d(e I^aeue Wo all like to get aces and kings because, as a general rule, (hey arc .'iin-c trick-winners. But occasionally \ve find a hand where we must throw away an ace to make our contract. In today's hnnd Mrs. Hclene Scranlon of New York found It necessary lo throw away not only her nco ot spades, but also her king of spades, to gel, a. coup on the East hand. Before re-bldillng the diamonds, North shows a fit, in hearts by supporting the heart bid. However, when Mrs. Scranton in the South showed n .stopper in cUfBs by a bid of three no trump, North felt (hat there wus ii good play for u slam. hearts wan played*'back finessed the njne, H now looked as though , iiecn of hearU was kite, but „« cmnion next played her qu^en of diamonds and overtook In the dummy with the ace. she plawd he king of diamonds, discarding ^oX'dSnr now •& ScraS "-Wr^n icccssai-y to do was to havTover trumped, picked up the last trutrm and entered the dummy with toe fluccn of spades. However. East refused to trump HI Mrs. Scranton simply ran oil five straight diamond trick? cUs carding all her S pade 8 , Including Hie BCD and kin B , and ' now ledw | spade from dummy. East, of course, was forced rump, having nothing but Ujf two hearts left. Mrs Scranto overtrumped and won the W trick with the high trump, making her contract of six hearts. The riny West's mining lead wus tin tiueen of clubs, which Mrs. Scran ton trumped in dummy with tin three of hearts, She then return M the ten of hearts, East properly refused to cover and th'e ten was allowed lo ride through to West's singleton king. West returned thc-jack of clubs to Denton News "The Proper Thing" Miter's Note: Questions cernlnj cllgueUe are mis daily. .. appropriate lo use > nn a luncheon table?" general rule, good Leachville Soricty — Persona! Mrs. Luther Winstead and daughter, Miss Maude Eslher, vcre guests Mr * Pal " Hi »» nf Kc "~ Mr. and Mrs. o. E. 'Culler uf St. W.iis were guesk the past week , of Mr. and Mrs. E H. "-'—- Ioml ! Mr and Mrs I, G was cajled .here by, 'll|e death of her little niece, the 10-mcntlis-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jonnlo iWells. Mrs. Max Parks is in Memphis for a few weeks, Inking a cours" In beauty culture. ton- ,irrrd llfht IK required „ from may be used. of I have sometimes noticed a man holding a cigar or cigarette in his E. fioiilnson and daughter, Miss Dorothy, enjoyed a luncheon at the Vandcrvcort hotel, Paragould, Jan- i.ary H. Tre occasion was Mrs. Dyerley's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roderick and Read Courier News Want Ads. QDID Thursday & Friday Mat. 2:30, 10-25c Nile 6:45, 10-35c uf an "/ a ™'"8 Interests. . ' E ' H ' laber ' Miss U is an outslainling maik rudeness for a mini (o hold a cia- • .. , ' ' ' ' - nrctte or a cigar when he Is .stand- J ' 5 ' „?'. L G - Byerley ajid Mrs. A. ing talking with a woman.' "fs It all right to ixwder nne's —.. . .[jitv l(J |ttj,i u nose when in the (heater tniirnnl?" or res- :. Robinson plan to attend the meeting of the county P. T A council at Osceola Friday. ' Miss Fay Paroncy underwent an oiwralion at the Paragould h'os- While this Is very generally riom 1 , 1>llal Tlle «lay and is reportod 'rcst- liartk-ularly by the younger K(. ii.' n = well. Is not, in good taste. It Is especial-! G ™<ly Forman, who was injured !y uad form for n person willi U" ( «r"ally in nn automobile acci- Iwlibcd hair to take out :i combj2 cnt - was taken to St. Bernard's after removing her hat. ami I'ungc her hair. J. acre. „ -,— the week end ; daughter, Mrs. J. H. Long- Mr, and Mrs. Buddie J2mes made a business trip to Caruthcrsville Monday. Misses Edna Wright, Panii- Far-s and Audrey cowcll spent Sun- <lny with Miss Iris Longacre Roy Colbert of Gibson srxmt the weekend with Mr. and MrT j w Howe. ' Miss Velva Usler of Holland was ic guest Monday of Glodeaj- ~ ton. ttkron News Notes Mr. ;i!id Mrs. Raymond Jurdan re visiting their ciaiiehtcr at IrowiLsvJIIc. Tcnn. John Ryan, who hn.s been ill with pneumonia, is Improving. The- Young Peoples class of the fckrnn Union Sunday school have organized an Evening club. Opal J'-Bt's is president, liufus Norton s vice president, and Ruby Crum- oy is secrctary-lrcasurcr. Paul Sc- moic, Gayola Hill ant! Helen Asha- "lanncr were named nn cntcrtain- ment committee. A contest . s as been started between the red ribbon group: captained by Geneva AEhabranncr. and the blue rib- i!m,,i Br ^! Pl ^P'"!""! l>y Leslie " ' Tll; wi »» will be ," r :J!. l ! d ., Mts ' S ' ^"c Of H 0 i.i(y.' er ' alllcd Vthe'luaM.f'it :, par- M Mrs. B. RecJdick. Local Agricultural Graduates Form Club ., Men s ^hit^ujumi for graduates of the Blythe -- - high school vocational iigrl ciilliiral department, was organizeil last night in a meeting at thi "'•no of Bctlmny Faughl. Thi :liib-wlll be a part of agriculture work done in Missis,sippi countj .. Charles-T. Kramer, instructor in ^hc high school. -Bethany Fnught Ls presljltnt pimward qarrctt is ^secretary, ant John Hunter Crook, treasurer Tlicre arc six-charter members Another meeting will be held nex Tlmrsdiiy night «t the Faugh home. CpNSTU'ATIOf} REUEVtD DY PIANT LEAVES AND ROOTS! Thedford's Black-Draught is one of the most popular laxatives sold • nt ixts «u; s it tonsllpMl •ct!nj, jl made ot the lea... or mfdi inal plants, and kz- brlr^* r fmhjr.g rclls o troabl «. Try. n (01 JKglJh o constipated SALE of Knit Suits, Sweaters, Dresses and Hats, Begins Friday, Jan. 19th KNIT SUITS $5.75 and $fi.75 Suits for $3.75 DRESSES Beautiful Silk Crepes and Prints $8.50 and $10 Dresses----$4,95 112.50 Dresses - - - $6.75 $14.75 and $19.75 Dresses - $9,95 All Fall and Winter Hats SOc and $1 LADIES' TOGGERY " 'The Popular Price Shop •'1 Doors West of Kress' lomn ^"A" 01 " 5 ° r <"' English loiiic of Commons tio not take $2 °°° ; ' ycar whlch FfTS-AnACKS CURBED On» u»r nfiir mother row tBst I,tp«, has relieved them «•. Iti taico h» s aprosd for hnffe"* "'" hM "°' d " rlot ^* r to ". f(!r!o. Apt. 62. 128. E. Hi.,- Milura'.ikce. Wis.. nnd -W I 1 t^utin*nt free,—Adr. - fc <H»ital. Mrs. L. B. Grounds of St Louis INNX)C [A romance-hungry.; fgirl.knowing nolh. [who^she imagined ( - f i /<(«*< ,'/^4. •' It t'ARD OP THANKS 1 wish to take, this method of thanking friends and neighbors for their loving kindness to me during ,! l!llCSS alld dcalh of m y Precious lter. Also I a m gratefu] for tlie teautiful floral offerings. May Goit bicss every one of you. Mildred H. Rusk. • fov ss IILIOUSNESS g Sour stomach BJ g ^as and headache B g itud Jo E 1 CONST! PATION1 554 = GRADE A Raw Milk • '-•' Phone 74 Craig's Dairy J8/JL03-I Celebrate-Tu 0 K;.,. I'OHTtAND, Ore. (Tj'pV L.-; \yatspns obse'rvcd iw saries simultaneously *r"n tics marked their 60th VP« ded life, as'well as ii r 79th birthday. ROXY Last Time Today MAT. and NMte— lOc - 2r, c Robert Montgomery and Madge Evans FUGITIVE LOVERS FOX NEWS COMEDY Friday & Saturday MAT. & IVITB—lOc - 25c J J Travel Talk "A Day in Venice" Catlett & PallcUe Cpmcdy CMIT J : C--' ':;? V CARTOON LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Specials lor Friday. Satqrd a » '.'. j" ~-- - ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Armour ' s Pure or Compoimd 1'ound d ^ OgC BANANAS Ycllow - Ripc - L "S± ult ISc W. .June Bbl SPARE RIBS $6.50^820 Not Frozen Pound Din Qf. 12c KIDNEY BEANS 19c GROUND BEEF l.oudon No. 11/; Tali Can 5c Or Hamburger 1'ounri 7£c New Texas Green found 3c "llosless". In Heavy Syrup ' (We Recommcnti) No. 2 Can MEAL " lOc lOc ,. ,,„, 19c PURE LARD S?S3.99aSSe 100! PIE CHERRIES Pure Cork I'ound Xencda No..2fj;in 12ic Large Fancy Kach 5c VEAL ROAST Fancy Eatworc Pound 7ic ORANGES Fore Quarter Cuts I'ound lOc Juicy Florida. S-M>. ,Mesh Hair 32c Spring Valley Can Fancy While Hcids Pound l,b.s. of Wilson's l! es t Fiouri VVith l.iis. At 51.10 Dressed in Our Market Daily Full Hrcssed. Pound 17c L2c Wisconsin o. 1 Full Cream Yellow. .I'ound WK WILI, SELL SUGAR lc I,BSS THAN _ANY ADV. PKICE ON I'CRE CANE SOAP Deal or ['. & G. 1 Large Bars 2Sc MILK 17c GREENS •^^•^I^I^IBV 5c ONIONS .bustard or Turni|i..:. Fresh Large Uunth ' Yellow 4c th;isc & Simborn, Canuvii v _ Maxwtll House. Can 27c Thick Rib, Pound - - - - 12'/ic Shoulder Clod, Pound - - - lac Standard 2 Cans 5c Car. FLOUR 5c I'illsbury or Obelisk 2J-J.,b. Sack SI. 19 25c Pure Peaberry..' Pound ISc IJerby 19c / "I'ridc of \ 1' LI). \ Alcmphis" ) 2 Mis. SALT MEAT Mackerel • No. 1 Tall Can 7c Bc - st ,S(reak-6- Pounil

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