The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1936 · Page 5
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.THURSDAY, JUNK .11, 1936 BIATJ113VIU13, (AUK.) COURIER N13WS PAGE FTVB Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's. Auxiliary meeting at liut, 2:30' p.m. ' O. E. S. meeting'at liall, 8 p.m. Cluli Has Last Varly of Suimncr. Members of the Tuesday Bridge club and one guest, Mrs. c. A. Cunningham, lrmd a morning party tills week for the last until the fall season opens. Mrs. Hunter C. Sims was hostess. In the card games Mrs. M. A. Isaacs won first, and Mrs. Floyd White, second high. Tile hostess used garden flowers to decorate the tables for lunch wlilch concluded the party. * • t Altar Society I'laitc IShiRo 1'al ly. Plans for a bingo party, to be given Thursday, June 18, were made at a meeting of the altar society of the Church of the Immaculate Conception Monday afternoon at the rectory. Mrs. J. B. Clune will be chairman. \ Twelve members attended the meeting. lirirtc Complimented. Mrs. Raymond Koehler, who was before her marriage Friday. Miss Daisy Thornton, was guest of honor at a shower narfy given by Misses Rose Stacy and Helen May Armstrong Tuesday night. Tncy arranged the gifts at Mrs Kochlcr's new home while she was away and the 18 guests surprised her upon her return. Cake and drinks wer c served. .• * • To Have FMac l'.'0f;ram I-'rirtay Uccause the Fidac inter-allied congress meets In Warsaw this year, the auxiliary of the Dud Cason post ot the American Legion will have a program on Poland in a meeting Friday afternoon, at the hut. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, Fidac chairman, is" to be in charge. Mrs. Edgar Borum will speak on "What. Is Fidac?"' and Mrs. 1 C. G. Redman on "The Lives and Custom.! of Poland." i\frs. John W. Bdrington, of Osceota, will 1 sinjj "The French Soldier" and Mis. George M. Lee will also' give a vocal number. "The Story of the Flags that Wave in the Land of the FJdac" will bo lold by Mr.5. F. p. Jacobs, of Orlder. A Polish folk dance will be given by n Bioup of children under the direction, of Miss Mary Emma Hood. They will, wear the costumes ;t of that land as will Marjorie Stevens when she assists Miss Coleman during [lie social hour. * * * Compliments HouMguest Mrs. Harry Fatten of Greenwood; Miss., 'who Is t'le IIOUEC Euest of Mr. and MIT:. -Henry Humphrey, was guest of lio'nor «t a bridge' luncheon given Wednesday by Kirs. Humphrey. The 12 guests nad lunch at small tables, decorated !n yarden flowers and the dining table had a centerpiece of a large low bowl illled with larkspur. In the bridge* games Mrs. W D, Chaniblln .won the prize 'and Mrs. i'alton was presented a gift Both were rose bowls. ,. ***]'! '' Alabama Orchestra To Play for Dances '. , ; The University of Alabama orchestra will play for three-'dances- here while members are guests of the manager, Harold Sudbury, before going to Vfcksburg, Miss. for an engagement and on to the Oulf coast where the orchestra will play during the summer vacation. The Bachelor Club will entertain wllh the danco nt the Blue Room Saturday night - in honor of students home from college. Both married couples and the younger set are planning to attend with several private parties planned.. Among the out of town guests will be Mrs. Harry Patton of Greenwood, Miss., houseguest of Mr. 'and Mrs, Henry Humphrey, and Mrs. Herbert. Davis of Pittsburgh, Pa., guest of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F Nor- The .orchestra, will plav for the dance at the country c'.ub Tuesday night and again at the danco given next Thursday' night in honor of the. stale convention of the Children of Confederacy which meets here tlfat day. J. T. Sudbiiry, who was manager of the orchestra when he attended college there, has joined the 12-picce band for the summer. The group, which recently played for the Women's , Pan-Hellenic dances, at Louisiana Stntc University, Bfilon Rouge, lias played for a number of-.affairs licsldcs those at the university. Bride Bits .of .News Mostly Personal vlllo, Ins been admitted (o the Memphis UnplLst 'iiospitul. Mi's, Herbert on vis, o[ I'Ulsburoli, ''".. will arrive Saliirrtuy to Iw (lie 8«t of Mr. niul Mrs. sumuel p. Norris for several <lnys, Mr. n mi Mrs. Mur'vln N. Nmm IWve H.S Uidr Biiesls Mr, Nimn's skti-r, Mrs. J. o, Wynne, of Newborn, Tenn. She will l)c hero Mils I Mrs. Marvin N. Niimi unil family spent ycstmlny in 1, 1 1 1 1 1- liivk. where they saw I'resldeiil "nil Mrs. noivscvrlt. August 22 (o 29, with all espouses laid. . Jolni I'mtl o! CiiruDicisvllle wits named us [lio ftHonmlo s'noiiltl young Pnync bo mitiblo lo go. Kx- [tnitiuvtloiis wo liL'W nt (tic wi- iwrlntouclonfs olllcc here .Saturday lo determine wliieli of the boys would bo awnrdwl the (rip. Rorul Co\irler News CtnsslH<xl Adi Mrs. Ben ScluicMcr wns before her marriage Tuesday. June 2, Miss I Frances Fendler, of Manila, Demonstration Club News Notes Not one of.tha great ice sheet, succeeded in covering much of Alas ka. The lack .of precipitation o. • snow, for building, up gliicicrs, is believed to have been rcspDiisible for the absence of ice In I'.iis far northern country during the " Ice ' ' ' rjRU'ncd Chili Members of the Home Demonstration club of Dogwood and their .husbands had a party Friday , night when the Blues enter-" talncd the Reds with is "tacky" r.nrty at the home of. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Faughl. This party was the reward for the Blues iinv- | ing won in a recent money mak- inii contest. Dart ball and other g^.tnes were played. Raymond Payne won the prize for the tackiest costume. Second honors went to Miss Cora Lee Coleman and third to E. A. Craig. ''Tacky 11 pri7.cs wore given. Trie refreshments of beans, cornfcread. and lemonade were in keeping with the "lucky" motif. J. It. Godwin Is 111 ill his- homo nt Promised I.iiiul. Oscar Fendler wns Hi Memphis I yesterday en business, | O. \v. (iresjory. of ciirirtiicrsvllle. Is a patient nt Iho Memphis Metli- odlsl hcspllnl, -.. Mrs, Harwell Oriran, : of /Osceola, has been ndmitterl to the -Memphis Methodist hospital. -• ,.--.-• Mrs.' li. N. wrire ami soul Dick, mid iliuiKhlcr, Alice, will n'r'rlvc Ibis aflernODii to visit Dr. nun Mrs. Hunter C. aims-fur Severn! dny.i. They went from Inilr home In Tnl- hilnli, tn, to t.lttle Hock to see President and Mrs. Roosevelt, nnd will relurn here before golntr homo. They formerly lived In tills city. Miss Undo Ray, of Reeling,' Mo., is « patient nt In; Memphis Mel'a- cdist hospital. Mrs. A. B. Fielder, of Stcele, hns been nJmltled to tbe linptlst hospital, Memphis. . Mirs lla-Acl Linsimin and hci brolher, Ciiiy, of .steele, iiave left for 11 motor trip thronsli points of Kentucky ni(;l Tennessee. Tlie(r visit will Include Purls, Tenn.. where Ifcey will visit Ihslr Kriiiidparents. Clmibs planagni), of Osccoln. has hceii iKlmltlcd lo t'ne Memplils Da))- tist hospital. | Miss Jc\vel Unsnian, of Stcele is the uuest of her - grandmother here for Severn) dny.s , Mrs. M. J. HiidSon,'of kelser, Is n liatlcnt at the Memphis Baptist hc,spi(al. ; ; , • . Mrs. W. C. Higgli-ison and Mrs Hunter C.- Sims wore'-In M J'cstenfay. , . EJward McDade. of Liixorn, was taken, lo f.ie Memphis Bnplist hos- Jital ycstcrdaj*. -, . t Mrs. o.- C. Gansko. spent yesterday in west Memphis \ylth her lisler, Mrs. Jolin n. ' Tansil, find amlly. . . . . • Rchsi-L Tr.-iiiL-lmm, of Canitlicrs- Will Represent County at Missouri State Fair C'AIJUTIIKKSVll.I.f;, Mo. — Ilur- <'!;! H, Jones, county .lupprlnttind- cnt of schools, has announced I'nnl <*liy 1'iiyno, of the McCurty school, will rcpi-esent I'emiscot county nt ":*' Missouri Slate Fair at Sct'lnlln, Quick Relief for Cfiills and Fever and Other Effects of Malarial Hoti't put up willi (lie *ii(j'frlri[! (if ^l:il:iria — Ihe tceth-rlnllcTLiiK rhills auj UK- burning fcvrr> fid till ni Mnhiria by, f-'ttiiiy (lie.iiifcction out ot your swMcin. Tlul'twliiil t'rovc'sTaslclfisCliill'Tonio <h.-c=—dcslroyr, nnd drives out Ibc ilifcc- Ibn. Al (ln v Mnu- time, il IjniWi up your sjr-mn Rj-iinsl furllicr sltafk. firuvc's 'I'sslck'js Chill Tunic coninina Ij'lrltfs tiumlnc whlcli kills Ihe inlccllnn i in llic blood. It also contains iron which 11-mM* np the blood and lu-lpiil overcome I Hit eflccls of Malaria M well as forllfy Mains! re-infection. Tlirsc arc tlis ctfccls I 5-011 want for COMIM.KTK relict. Crovc'n | TasleU'sa Chill Tunic is jilra?ant lo lako j :n)il ahsuliilcly wfc, iTfn for children. No billrr liiMe of <|iiinlnr. Get a bottle Iwhy ami be forearmed acainil MnUrla. • l'or?nle al all drug stores. Now two sires —SOc and $1. The ft size conlainj !</i liinci as much HE llic SOc sijj and gives University Appointments Will Be Made by Judge Zill 11. IliiiTl.son, county judjjo, nniiouiicod today Hint he ]md received aiilhoriaitlon to appoint nine .VOIIMB men mid .nwncu at Ml.sjslAsi|ip! comity as Ueni'llclarle.s of Ihu University of Arkansas. h appointment entilles , mo holder to foui years free tuition nt the -University, Dr. SUilts Skrach-Ntf-Moro Th« ao Allinile ItelrTreatmeill OnlyoiiQ application nccessar/. clothing or bed linens. For Athlete's Foot, too -At Good Drug stores everywhere. ItOBINSON iWUG CO. \ Winter night in the polar regions is not pitch dark. Even wlicn the sun is nt its RreVil distance, uelow the horizon,' the night Is a somhcr gray. CASH GROCERY PHONE = 6O3 ' FRIDAY & SATURDAY SPECIALS - FUKB DELIVERY GROUND BEEF Fresh 1'ouml 12'c FRANKS All Meat 'omul 15 C PORK ROAST Lean ;ind Mealy • I'ounrl NECK BONES Fresh i'ouml T POTATO SALAD Or Slaw 1'ound CHICKEN SALAD Pound Sliced Bacon Salt Meat, good for boiling Mixed Sausage, fresh ground -3. pounds 25c DOG FOOD Ideal 3 Cans SALT Morton's. Mon't-Forget your tipeett-Ityke Ticket With Each 25c Purchase Package (irccn. Ksrly Julie Good Cookers. I'ctnid 'Old iMamm.v FWri Corn • • "So. 2 Standard 3 Cans 22c TOMATOES NS£±, 3 Cans 22c "Whftc Kscun Kr;\n<\ '' ()4 II nr <n.ll fi»1 Absolutely .Guaranteed, . M JOS. 95C . 48 IbS, Jli SOAP Crysl.il White, A-l Yellow Or Peels White 6 f«r 25c PICKLES Sour or Dill (}ua.rt CRACKERS 17 C 2-IJi. linx II SALMON MACKEREL VANILLA E e 10 C 14° s you 23% mote for your money. HrBH^^BK^HHBRiSBIBH FOR DISTINCTlVlJi UEAUTY SKIU'ICK Cull Itlli MAItnAllMT'S UKAUTY SHOP • Innrnin UWR. Mecaiiw it killa nnlcli.r; ll« Brr,n,l lined'Powder is llic l.iT«c>t-<cllinii Insect 1'ovvtlcr on tlic nuikcl lodivy. Tesi. provo iluvi it kills crnwliiia in w cl» 32"; timckcr Tlmt's Ix-cnusc lieu fiuvml Insect I'uwilcr i> finer- uroiind-iiuo more klllini! purliclcs lw ounce-wliicli "lick to Mm insect „,,,) km , |u ; c t cr . Vet lice I3rn.ul i. ubroluitly ImrmfcM lo cliiidrcn mwl pels, nml will'not contnrniniue f uu< U. IJ.,0 Brnnd-lnsKl I'owder cost, no n>orc per CM. Gel the sc.iuinc. He jurb to (vilt"for Uco Uiond Insect Powder by ntnnc. Kill Flies, Mosquitoes »„,! olhcr llyjiii; inicilo ivitli Beo D rmiil 'Insect Sprny. Dec Urivud Spray crmlaSii!i M% cxlra kill!n}[ poivcr^- M% mote iiytctlvrini, Ihe-inoil iin- potlanl killing intrcdicnl. Aiile for. lice Urnnd liiu-ct Spray' by miirii:. McCormick c< Co.; Inc.;.l};ilii m 6ro. HIGHEST QUALi'T-V— • NEW LOWER PRICE ^ K/lf Garden Insects will; Red Arrow Gnrilen Sprny, Prnlccln roStra; wltrubj. Kills, ants j/t •lawnsr. F.nsy lo use— sin)[»lj' mix \vitli uaicr. l^nvcu Do poison residue. .WHITE SOAP OFFERS CANNON TURKISH TOWEL SIZE 18 x 36 INCHES FOR 10 WRAPPERS FROM CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP Qff er good for one iveek only Special Offer to acquaint more women with this big bar of white laundry soap that cuts soap bills in half! w% \ .«•->• r -- v^ ^ '.''- T O indiicc you to try Crystal White, we arc making this Spccinl I-'rco Oder . .. h fluffy, color-fast, 18 x 3(>-inch Cannon Turkish Towel—given free for only ten Crystal White Soap wrappers. How pleased you'll he us you sec the efficient, long-iaalingCrystalWhitosufJs actually dissolnwt grime and grease— make clothes as gleaming while as new! Crystal White will save you backaches —and time, too! Ami, of course, Crystal White is marvelous for washing dishes, pots, pans,'linoleum, woodwork, etc. Crystal White Soap will actually cut your soap bill in iwo. I-'or Crystal White Soap costs only half as much as soap In fancy packages. It is rnnde with the same fine tropicil oils used in the finest shampoos anil toilet soaps. And itisap- provcd by Good Housekeeping Institute. NEW LOW PRICES Go to your grocer today—get yaur 10 bars of Crystal-While nt the new low price that makes it an even bigger money saver than before. Then send for your free Cannon Bath Towel. M HOWTO GET THIS CANNON TOWEL FREE Get (I) brtrs of Crystal White Laundry .So;ip from,your grocer. M»il iKc wrappers to Crystal \Vliilc, Kansas City, Kansas. That's all! We'J! Send your towel at once, postage .prcpnldt Alall your wrappers today. This oflcr csjiires June 2;l, Uf.'il) Limit: one to a family J Mmm^ by (sd&fl J&em * * . *. • _

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