The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 27, 1939 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 27, 1939
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLB, (ARK.) -COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 27,-1930 ' ~COMPtMKNTA*X TICKEt -.-Thl*' Tkkei *Wlll Atoll ' &orffc' Moon *?" Companion '' : Social UlenHar ,, nUDAY'S EVENTS ,l*s. Rupert CrsfWn entertaining her bridge club " cotillion club li&vlng. Infoimal flanclnj'piity, nine" o'clock, American Legion Hut scnetl Hostesses were Mrs b M Burnctle anrt MI« M Fitislmmoiis * • • Club Has Guest Garden flowers dccoialert tlic Itome of Mis James B. Clark ye°>- tercW> afternoon When slio entertained members of the Town and Countiy club and Clio guest, Mrs Charles Peim, with a paity at. nCr home. Refreshments wore seived at the conclusion of the games In vUilch Mrs Hugh Harbert \\ns high scoi Bits of Newi Mostly Personali John Bruce Wilson, eon of Mrs B. : B.- Wilson,-lias returned .home fiom Lfndcu, Tcmi, where he visited Ills giamlmolhei, Mit, J. T. ond later she also received total of the lilghest score. Prizes ] were awarded the three winners. i At the close of the afternoon the hostess served Ice croam, cake ami Coca Colas. ^_- I : - * d. I Bunhlri'K Varty •— I Mrs. T..N. Brlgganqe was hostess iomc tomorrow after having silent to a bunking party at her home 10 davs hcie as the guest of Dr. Tuesday night when members of ind Mis k b Hubener, • ' her Lucky Nine .Bunco club and Mrs J n. Khby, of Paiagould, Mrs. Toin" Hopper were guests. and Mr. and Ma William Orudup, Bridge was played until a late of Nnshvlllc, spent yesterday here hour. At twelve o'clock the hostess with Mi and Mrs . Harry KIrby. served a lunch and at six o'clock a Mrs, KIrby Is the mother of Mr. sunrise breakfast was enjoyed. KIrby und Mrs. Cradup Is a niece — — • LIBERTY CASH Prices For Friday and Saturday Lowest Cash and Carry Store Prices For Friday and • Sal unlay. 1 . dny is 111 at his home to- Honored At P»Hy ' Miss EUnk* Brofidon^ entertained 16 guests »t a wldee paity ehen last night at Ihe home o Mr Mid rfrt Jesf HOrner on WAl ker fat* Drive In honor ot Mrs. B F. Brogdon, * recent bride. Th guest of honor Is the former Mis Clara May Pittman of AVon, Mis . Pastel shades *ere Used In tli party decorations and \\eie pecially emphasized In the quets of garden flov,cn which In eluded s*eet" pt&s, verbenas, dais * ies,and others ' "High siott prize v.ent to Mr •- V. O, Miller and low score to Mrs V G. Hollftnd The hostess pro- 's Hugh Hnrbert \\ns high scoi- 11u(n Dllr | ng lho Uvo m0 ntlij, lie tind Mis. O. O. Caudlll, second j wn? Bway _ he also vlsltcrt re ] ft tlvcs • at 'Lnwrcnccburg' and Nashville, usdo Inn Is M rs Ralph Fnrrar went lo For- ccne Of 1'arty. , lost City jcsteiday for a \lslt with •Hie Rustic Inn wus the Bccnc ot | hei brolllM> Ro | )cr( , Adams, and family She will bo Joined Ihcie lonlyht by Mr. Fariar and Mike Slnioii vllo aic aping over to the Pcadli TesUval dance al wli Joe Vcmiti and hH orchcilra will ID Daily ghen ycsleiday & ler- oon by Miss Mildred I,o» Hubbarti M by \ho entcLlaincil mcitlbeis of the ADC Bridge club and one guest, \ J, K. Wliltworth was removed to ie Walls hospital and placed Iri an oxygen lent last night following in Ihe bridge games, hlgli^ scoic went to play. a heart attack He resting well today. reported Steele-Cooter Society—Personal, ,. | niul family They were nccom- LlCenSCS j pnnicil by Mrs, Umo Nowcll, who will vlsli llicm there foi two Tweho couples have applied ntlmonlhf While Rway, Mr.s Ncmclt Ihc BlyllicUlle office ol the countyUm also go to Cailbbad Cuveins, c:urt clerk dining the pasl too Juarez, and San Fianchco where weeks for licenses to wed Names I she will atlcnd the Exposition, of Ihc couples and Hie mlnlslei t>r\ Mli) officer performing the ceremony, if daughter, listed, follov Gecrge \V, Lowcry, ot Leachvlllc, ,. Crowdei and giand- UOVIB..H.., Evelyn . Jane Hfttchcr, went 10 Earle yesterday for a vlwi - • • '--, Mrh 'ihey Mrs. Frailer Honored Mr.s. Tominlc Finder was guest of honor at a party at the home of Mrs. Hubert ferry Tuesday light when .'Mrs. Frank Crawford and Mrs. Fowler.-were hostesses. There was 25 friends who .were present and a ' very enjoyable evening was spent In contests first - • -- - patty Hugh Meeting Begins Sunday An evangelistic meeting »lll; be- Lliq Yarbro Molhoills(. church and continue for two' weeks, ihe'Rcv. A. W. Haiiii, tor, announced today. , I The Rev. George'L. McGehcy, of Dell, will Broach and direct the Young People's' work, , wtille Uie |;'Hcv. Mr. Harris will clticcl the choir. •'• ' '•'•Tlierc will lie two scivlccs on | :cach day, Weekday seiviccs begin-1 ' nlng at 10 o'clock and cishl p.m.. I while Sunday services will bo at Ihc usual time. Whip Chase* Sanborii, Salad Dressing Pint 2Qc; Quart - ••••••ML Maxwell H. Canova Ib. 29c mliK Carnation .4 Large Can 8 Small Can Wilbur n and Miss Maitel both of Sledc, by Mnglb- Tolci Buchanan, formerly the He carn6 here fiom ...i. T-pi iruii.uv ".« B ^ \\lierc ho Is spend Billtaln '"8 a ftcek ttl111 hl<! imrents ""f Cassl- hiving vacationed foi n week li •', Raids 'on telephone boxes in the London area alone are responsible or a loss of $1500 monthly. I here, by M«gl»ti«to Cassl^ Oi)mn ponsn<!0lR| and o i hc r cf C pe by of the club, announced today. Jan Garter and his orchestra Irate _ -. will M pla>ing at the Peabody nt MI si C1 " kU "°, aIr T,Y 1 .,i *xj&sm: sga. «"?r's «..?-..t.r, tlhese and other Informtt- Hn "> Dot11 bolli of b01 '°' mitte*, . Barnes Croo-,, Clarence f . Sudbury, ^before , Seney, of SI Louis , by daughter, ot Mi. Harvey Mouls, who hasi al hci home since Scp- 5 now able to be out Mrs B, r Pottei and her house guests, Miss Annie I^ou Bledsoc of Pine Bluff and Miss Ann Shelton ot Marksvllle, La, aro expected to •turn today fiom Memphis where • with prlrc wciil to Mrb Oeoige and itcoiul prliC to Mn> Michie Jr. The gticsl of honor received gifts. The hostess served salted nuts, candy and Coca. Colas. * '.* . * Sin Miller Hostess lo Bridge Mrs Sidney Mlllei, Jr, was hostess to her Tuesday Brldgetcers and one guest, Miss Christine Bar- rtelt at her home Tuesday after noon '. 'Ihe (list, half of the brldg games Mrs Onss Coopei reielve high scoic and dufilTB intermission lie hostess seivcd soft drinks am of ' th held hlg HUMKO or 11b I JEWEL ,Crt f SWEB'l' RELISH Q e 12 ozs., V LIBBY'S FR "' T 17' Webb or August 1 bwinirmng Party Honors Miss Pa« ' Mlis 1 - Mary . Elizabeth, Pace ot Paris, Ark, houseguei& ol Di, and Mrs' L •!• 'Hubener, who»has'<been entertained »t i number of Informal {partite dui-lng her vlsli hew, 'was'guest J,of honor jalf a •--sWimmlng pnrty given by her-host- After swimming in Walkei Park pool, the 12 guests were served refreshments of home made cake and ice cream at' the Hiioener home FI»n , Joint 'Meeting Plans for a Joint meeting of th Osce-la,- Huff'ma'n and Blylhevlll chapters of the Order of the East era Star were made at a. uicetm of the l:cal group Tuesdaj night when It was decided lo have a picnic' — Friday, August 25, -was the tlate set for the joint picnic- which will be given at Walker Park Mrs W A Stick moh gave a report cri the trip lo Ihe Masonic Home at Bates\llle, "The Annual 1 H;mecoming", and MisS Cora Ixe, Coleman' reported on the tjlp to| Monette when the Wcrtliy Grand ( Matron made her official visit and j on Ihe Trip lo Leparito The latter ,jj; 0 ' cv meeting was in honor ot the past. DO.I i Matrons and Patrons - ! r ' 11 "' " Dunng the 'social hour, refreshments of Ice Cream and cake were rMte, and M.tas Ficdla Richnrdson, of Uixcra, by Hn th cock Hitch Hiker Tries lantern SALEM, MtvS-s (UP)—Add hltch- i motorist corn- that he was slop' by a man wav- ,„ Tanteiil The Uiumbti safd he look the lantein from a nenib> comtiucllon pioject to «be | as n signal when he became dls- { SALEM, MtvS-s (U htkliiK tactics: A plained to^pollfiejth! ped*6n a^ilshwa/t and iis I O. wcstbrook Sr, [JiTal for several weeks, continues to Improve Miss Mary Elizabeth Pace of Pails, Ark, will return to hei It's purer—all-vegetable A Yellow tint may Mean You are Bilious and Need jCalotabs. The trained eye of your physician can tell at a glance that you aro bilious or, as .we Southerners say, you have so-called "Torpid Liver." To make sure of his diagnosis he looks for a coated tongue, pool- appe- lltc-and digestion. In the .absence of more ! serious symptoms he tells you that you are bilious and need a little calomel. When you see the symptoms of biliousness why wait until you are really 111. .Take Calotabs, the Im- prmed calomel compound tablets that make calomel-taking a pleasure. Calolabs act like calomel and salts combined helping Nature to expel tnc soui' stagnant Bile and washing ft out of your'system. One or two Calotabs at-bedtimo with a glpss of water,—that's all. fte\t morning your ejstem fee's tfean and refreshed, your head 1- clcar, your splnts blight, and you are fesling fine with a hearty appetite for breakfast." Eat what you wish and go about your work or pleasure. Gonulna CaiotiDs arc sola only la Or - r-' oard (black nrnl Mhltc) pa'. - r '-u tho trade mark "Calitebs " , «-"7 1 = nml'v r^ci'^c^ on'y f * t=-;i3la- lr j ^t Package ten ccuta f -. .\V\;-:."(/.M) LIBBY'S PEftHS N " )£ PO'ri'ED MiiAT' ' 1ft' O 3 For W r ?« CORNED BEEF 0 Sq. Can 18 C Hf» Vienna Sausage, Can 8 STOKELY'S FINEST FOOD ASPAHAGUS, All Orccn . 2 Tin '.,. • CUT'GREEN'BEANS No. 2 Can ...•••••••••• 1'ORK & BEANS 22'/ 2 o?.. Can PEACHES No. 21/z Can • PARTY PEAS Pel it Pois, No. 303 Csm. CATSUP/ 1.1 ri7 'Bottle 25 C r 13° 12' Pint !0c Quart 19c Peerless 9 oz. Box lettuce B 4 2 c FLOUR Big 4th gusted with the his-' thumb ineffectiveness KIDNEYS PASS 3 IBS. A DAY | Docton «a> tho t- Ins, Ic[ U'O Of Vop'rXE RIGHT_ IT TASTES tors BETTER! WISH WE'D:DISCOVERED UPTON'S TEA SOONER! IT'S SO FULL OF FIAVOR _SO COOLING ON A HOT DAY! HAVE ALL YOU WANT, DEAR. EVEN TEA AS GRAND AS UPTON'S COSTS LESS THAN VWYTHING YOU DRINK _EXCEPT WATER! Pork & Beans 16 oz. 5c TOMATOES EGG PLANT LIMES Snow Drift 3 Ib. can 51c 5 Ib. box 21c HONEY DEW CHUM Salmon can lie SWIFT'S PREMIUM KRAUT No, l\ can 9c PORK CHOPS OjjTEAK '••• 19 BOILED HAM 45clP6und 39c 10 VEftL SALT MEAT Ciintalpupcs Ice CoW, 3 for CHEKSR Kraft Any .Flavor i/ 2 Ib. Pkg.... .10AN 'ARC Large Ucd- Kidne UliTTUCR Icelicig Hciids, Ra. Watermelons Ice Cold SwcclK, Ib Thick Shoulder Clod Steaks KRAFTS FUI.1. UNE Miracle Wbip, Specia or S. H.; 12 Ibs. Me Enter Contest—$15 u IH.IM cl . u nmtofrom \ourl i«xl c.ti Do L'-rcsh Crenni 10 Ib. Taper Hags IS 65 I'UUE 1-A1U), Krcsh, Kept Under Refrigeration, 1 Ib. Jc; 8 Ihs. •• Red Rose riircly Vesctablc, Ib. T TM Gold-Star, \ oz. 10c; &R For Icing It's Fine, '/. Ib. 19 FREE SHOW TICKETS or Cash Discounts When you save by trading w i I h .us-. You don't h;ue to buy it all nl oucc. Ask for details. Sin adult §5;in trade''junior. ir ; < J J4 I ' IE ' S why Lipton's is* America's >, J M-'taost p^tAllit tea! ^ I. W«rld-F«(l>ou> flavor—smooth, ', full, rich, delicious., \\ t. Wiid*r,<Y««At I»«T*I—and tus- •.', -1^1 cious, H»*6rful bildi—give exin '* ."j ^ragcance and bouquet. ^ v */W»ti«lr»» ii»fiJ—'with choice 'in' >'**« from S-ipton's 6na Cc>loa ALCOKOL Kitbbing ' Pint 10° | MILK Grade A Raw Pints'-.(ic't 10 HUSKIES , Healthful Ccrenl ICc 2 Reg. 15c Size, ISolh for ly_ COFFEE Maxwell House, Canova Ib....... We Gilnd; Ib. 12^c-16c-S!Oc 4. tt»«>'n»ltal-Tou use less Lipton's '' fjji T?} \ ptr'gUss—it's so tich in fllvot. $^k' ^^^ ^*> 'V s -X$ % Wl-?f I "t' " -' " ' Upton's Tea "REFRESHES ?s.'»s.nT- J ,..^,. .,,-.., .-. \ A^pctveiliy Goid Kctte\tepl-4 ti-recw // STORE NO. 1 STORE HO, 2 111 li. Main-Phone No.-231 320 W, Main, Phone No. 7G7; These Prices Good at Both Stores, July 28 & 29 . Don't Forget—We Deliver, Too! RIBS SAUSAGK . ..Ib. 12'/ic Shldr. Whole, ..Ib. 'CfiUSMET""""" '&£ SALT 2 Boxes. 5 ICE CRERMJWT^J: Cotton-Sack ' Si' 3 Page, tOO -ib Sack • BRAN • • ' iinO Ib. Sack'.'. i. 24-lb. qc r Sack 'Pirfw Gets clothes ujlo~t^% whilei CRYSTAL WHITE 1C' SOAP, I for .-'.--." '**'

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