The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 30, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 30, 1934
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PAG1 TWO BLYTHKV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FHIDAY, MARCH 30, 1934 Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mines. Gcorec W. Barium, L. L. Ward. J. C. Ellis and John C. McHaney and Miss Gladys Bnr- hr.m entertain'.!!? with shower lea for Miss Virginia Tern' nt Word ;-.cme, 3 f. M. Hildc And Bride-Ktccl Honucd Al Bridge, Mrs. Ted Elmorc who was formerly Miss Virginia Martin, Miss Ruih Whltworth whose nmrrlnGc to Mr. Robert Clillord Joyncr wll lake place Sunday, and Miss Virginia Terry, fiance ot Mr. P.onkci Wctcnkamp, shared Honors at bridge luncheon given by Mrs. R L. Dednian Thursday. The 20 guesls ivete scaled al three latles in the dining ami Jiving rooms which were decorated in Jonquils and miniature gold weaning slippers. The b-.ide's table emphasised I'ne goM color motif vich a console bowl of jonquils lor (he central decoration. Tins was encircled with tiny gold wedding flippers and gold streamers ran from the slippers lo Hie gold place cauls. A miniature bride, ivilh a vdiiie veil rausht with yolci ribbons, marked the placiy of Hie honored guests. Yellow glassware was used in serving the three course niemi in which (he tame sliade was emphasised. Mrs. J. W. Adams, Jr., won the high seen pri?e, bath powder and each of Hit guests ot honoi xOniplinicnts Bride. Mrs. Bill Si-coy einrrln'lnrd 10 guests with u Wneo party TJiurs- lay allsinoon in honor ol Mrs. Lonis Freeman, who before her ecent marriage was Audley Nelle demons. Among (hose prosriil were Mrs. Taylor Freeman of Dell, mother of the brldeuvoom, .nil her daughter. Miss Alice Vtce- man, and Mrs. 1'raiOTs Seati'.ngh of Holland, Mo, mother ol the bride. The affair was given at Ihe home ol Mrs. Picas. Secoy, which Bits oj A/eu;s Mostly Personal received dishes. a set ol reirigeiatoi Mrs. llou'iird nurton. who 1ms! e-Cooter Socicly — Personal PIGGLY WIGGLY Miss Kalhcrlne Jones, lender of Included m the gutsts v:ero Miss VirginU Blackivcod cT Little Rork y,)io is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Clarence II. Wilson, Miss Katherin? Davis of Ainciy, Miss., with Miss Warrens Browulcc, ar.d Mrs. Roy A. Dean ol Momo?, La., houK-L 1 - tjncst ol Mrs. L?o»iml W. Holt and .Mrf. Samuel*,!?. Norris. Hollywood Parly Given '{"lie most famous slurs in Hollywood "ylillefl" here lust evening when M boys and girls impersonated these nclors and actresses at, n 'party given by Lloyd Flarman in honor oi his 12th birthday. "Everybody" was there. Joan Crawford rubbed elbows with her estranged husband, Douglas Fairbank!; jr,. Charlotte Henry wus dressed as "Alice in Wolulerlaud." nll-.-of.. the-loui- Marx brothers flirted with such stars as Norma Slicarer, Claudette Colbert. Hulh Cliaitc-rton, Ami Harding. "Steplr Fetrliit" was admitted despite his color, and some of "our gang" displayed their identity. In a contest for the most clerer imuersonnltons Betty Brooks Isaacs, us redheaded Clarn Bow, won first prize. Sara Lou Mc- Ciitchen, as Mac West, received second honors, and honorable men- lion went to Billy Clmmblln as George Raft, Betty Jo Essnry as Lillian Harvey and Patty June Davis as Lilyan Tnshman. IJoycl, as Orouclio of the J brothers, and his sisler, Roberta, v/os attractively decorated in spring blossoms. llclreshiy,?ms of a molded saliid, tuna ilsh and cream cheese wiches, cookies und coffee seivcd nfUT an afternoon ol The Untie was presented u miscellaneous nssortmcnl of glfls. I.B. v. r. u. Wins AuutA The Galhright II. Y. P. U. of Ihc Manlln Bapllst church won the attendance banner m Hie Crusaders B. Y. P. U. ol the First Baplisl church here won Ihc cl- Ilcicncy buniKT ut a meeting of (he Mississippi Couniy II. Y. r. 0. association »i l.cachvillt lust night. Approximately 'In rcprescntutlvcs from churches at Brown, Lesich- ville, Manila, Uell, line! First and Second churches here riltenrted the niftiini; when Ihc hostess imlon led Ihe program. Has Kouk Parly. Mrs. Eel P. Hrirdin entertained with a rook parly Wednesday afternoon nl her home on l,akc Slrcel in honor of sisler, Mrs. .1. E McCracMn, of Memphis. Jonquils and polled pianls were used for decorations In tile living room where the three tables were The hcsless. nsslstcd by hu daughter, Mrs. Raymond Znchvy a sulad course with cake candies and -collce. To Have Chicken Dinner Women, of (he Ohtirch .ol th Niizarcnc will Ecrvy chicken din been (|Ulie 111 lor live weeks ,nt|(he Cooler 11. Y. I'. U.. IB spend- icr home, 11U B. Frnnklln si., Is-jnn llils week In Carulhersvlllo slowly Improving, where she l« taking a course In Robert Smart, ot Richmond. Va., I B. Y. p. U. work. Rev. Cecil Mca- Ciiine lo Memphis yesterday and I dmvs, pastor of Ihe Cooler Bap- iwompanlcd Mrs. Snmrl, who ha.;' Usl churcli. is also unending the ixrn receiving treatment at Ihc I course. Uiuily-Ramsay hospllul lor almoil Misses Helen C'opeland and'ufllvi: mouths, and son. Robert, who ]iim ]tomar sv jn | cavc rr, iw been wiln hi6 mother for i.ev- ! cial ll-ey weeks, to this city where | will visit reluDu's until is- | morrow or Sunday when Ihey \vnl iciurn l» their home. Mrs. grcally improved. Mrs. Hugh N?!aon Tlioinps.n d sons, Hugh Nelson and 4 v<>;-s King, of Memphis, arrived JT:,- rday for a visit wilh Mrs. sisters, Mrs. Leonard ner Saturday noon in Hie Suilbury from the 3. C ncro&s Penney store.. The marriage ul Miss Hen Simpson and Roy floldcr. both o Bcntoil. Mo., occurred in llils cit The Rev. S. M. Walso ti'.e ceremony. Monday. "The Proper Thing" "When a young man sees n your lady Sonic afler ihe theater or dance should he ask for her kc and imlocit the door or should sh do this nflcr he has left?" H is courteous for U'.e young ma , , . .Mac West, received [he guests. "° »" lo <:k the doot and to sec th: D.-iiiCing, n Clara Bow danco by ihe J' ou »ff !llt| y is safely In 11 Betty Brooks, games and the light- *~~"~' "" ""'""" Ing" of Ihe birthday cake featured the entertainment. house before lie leaves. several dajs visit In 1'aris, Tcnn., with Mr. and Mn>. Troy liomar. Miss Marie Taylor of Searcy, Ark., is here vIsllliiK her fiitlier, II. S. Taylor, and family. Mr. and Mre. John Umiipas have relumed fiom ;i Iwo weeks visll in the. Qftiikb. Mrs. Mnilte Harris of Poplar j Illiilf spent last week end • in holtTiml Mi's. Sainiiel F. Nor-(Cooler wllh her children. | Kdwinil HiK'y leU last week for Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman 1'cck mid iTeiincBsee. n. and Mr. and Mrs. li. II. De.i- i A. W. Williams and family have te anil daughter, LaVellc, have I moved to llicir new home In om; lo Sparks Hill Illinois be- 6lec!e. Mrs. Walter Ihunclback luis re- uise of tlu; dcalli ol a iclnllve Mi's. I'eck and Mrs. Ucaetli.-. Jiinmle Uce Brooks, who nllemls 10 btute university at Fayri'-ovllle, . ut lioini 1 for Iho holidays. Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. 1'oliarrt have s their nuest Mr. Follaicl'.i la- icr, Thonnis J'. Pollard, or Ha;or Cily. Cnl., who urrlvod ycs- erday for an t'Nlcndcd vlsi'.. Miss Until Mull, who mli'iids iflphio Newcomb college at Ne«- Jrtenns, La., arrivc<l home for the holiday. liinicd lo her home in Cairo, 111., after u Iwo weeks visit here with Mrs. Manila Brooks. Mus Ncllc Simmons ul Cooler has accepted u position us teacher at Heiriu. III. Mr. nnd Mrs. Gcralil Hudson and baby and Mr. Hudson's mother lefl Tuesday for a vlsll ul El Dorado. Aik. Mrs. W. C. Ileiil of Cooler, who Miss Virginia Terry has as lu:r nest for several days Mrs. Caleb Vul.son, of Joncsboro. Mrs. Joe L. LllKclMner, of Ca- -".v <-^<^ .n^ «>ui >«. nitlicisvlllc, Mu., Is the ^ «l I«nn the waist down. lhls| is ul the bedside of her sister, Mrs. li. J. Howcn, In a hospital at Lil(le Rock, Ark., reports that Mrs Bowdcn, victim of an nuloitiobllc accident. Is expected to recover, Inn that she win ix: paralyzed Her back wns broken. Mis. Reid will remain H'Uh lier until she Is belter. HOI/YOKE, Mass. (UPI—Uurlng the pnst year, Auron C. Bags noted '225 dUIcraul spccSes ol birds, lira of wlilcli were seen in Inn Connecli- cut Valley. Some ol Ihe rare species were: Yoltow-blllcd cnekoo, wliile-cyeil viero, golden-winged warbler, yellow-crowned night heron, Arctic Ihree-lcert woodpecker, scL'ior-tail- cd flycatcher and Carolina wren. Tin: iiroiirr way to address Hit: Slnimslu'ie Juiig. icr parenls. Dr. nnd Mrs. lUarlln, for several days. She w; iccompanlcd by hoi- youni: sori. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles S. Lemons ...-, , , lavo us llieir gtii'M for taster rniler nf Nepali is: His Majesty heir niece, Miss Virginia Myriek, I Mahnrajaclluiraja Tribhiibaiin Bir jf Memplils. | nikrain Jung Bahadur Shah Miss Donna Townscnd. <>( llliifk i ?ock. Ark., is the houseiiiies', of Miss Maltha Robinson, who is i!'. lome from Arkniisas Slalc college it JuucslHiro Cor the Easier hull- lay. Mrs. Zal B. Harrison Is In Memphis today lo meet her daughter. Miss Jennne, and Miss Jeunnc billahunty, slujenls at .Mlppi Synodical colltge, who me coming home lor (he holidays. "Is it correct for a yciing woman A pink motif was used'in thei t(> 8° to visit the family of a young decoration of the house, and the| mnn ol> llis invitallbn?" No. the invitation should come cither from his mother or his sister. refreshments of brick ice cream individual cakes, salted mils and orange ade. Alter the candle hgntmg ceremony Hie large cake; was sent lo Lloyd's room at school part> " Compliment Uridc-Elcet Mrs. \Vhlt Goodman. Mrs. Har- Caruthersville Wins Annual Pemiscot Dramatic Meet CARlmiliRSVILLE. Mo.—Til the annual Pcmiscol Comity riramalic man Taylor and Miss Martha; meet, at ihe local huh school. Chambers enlertnined 30 guests|Caruthersville won lirst plsce. First Thursday evening with a shower I l lla ce was won last year by Hayti, Sheddan's Salve Hrojiks (;hcs( Colds Thai deep, rallling elicit cold condition needs the swill acting, extra powerful, deep iwneftatlon of Sheddan's Salve—the salve lhat contains a medicine not found In ordinary external rubs. Shedrian's Sulvc lias Ihe most niysleviovii peneliallng power you liave ever seen. Iliglil ihroiigh skin and tissue it goes lo warm up the flesli lite.ik congestive colds nnd muscular pain. Two kinds: MILD for children: STRONG (or adults. —Adv. -1 ar.d bridge parly for Miss Virginia Terry, whose marriasc to Mr. Renkert Wclenfcanip will ial- c place within a short lime. The affair was given nt Die Taylor" home which was decoral- td iu peach blossoms. Jonquils, and Inn Coruthersville won first in 19.12. Second nlace, this your, was won by Stecle. wilh Decring third und Cooler fourth. First individual honors were awarded Jask Moore, member ol Ihe CHriitlKTsvlllc cast, ar.d Roberta While, Cooler, won second honiiii. The Caruthersville. cast was nil! Tlte lias lor tloiiiurc 11 should ba contoured to flatter your features, your hat. your new oul- IH. Our talented ojKr- utois oflcr you this pcr- sonali^od service in hainlressing. Dccii lieauty Si)o| Itigrnm Bid;. IDC pink and while snapdragons roses. Brklal talliM were used. Miss Terry, who wore a shoulder corsage o! Talisman :osc5 ami, - swcctpeas, misled the hnV.msc's Culhrcnlit, Jac'k "Muorc'i" and Joe Cannon. Jr. The Caruthersville tram was coadicil by Principal Aubrey Simons and Miss Marian Ma<Erave. English teacher. leader. in receiving the 30 guests ....„ .... eluded Mrs. Cslel; Watson of Jonesboro, houscgucsl of Miss Terry, ML=ses i^narlinc anil Jlar- tha. Robinson, of State college nt Jonesboro Vho arc at, horn: lir the 'lioliday. Mrs. Jack Hopkc ind ''eiiran.s flap their wings in uni- Mrs. John Sawyer Jr.. of Caruth } Kn - taking their lime from n ersvlllc, who are visitine M'ss '""'"" Mary Elle'n Stevens. Mrs" Joe I Lilzelfelner of Canuhcrsvllie housegucst of Dr. and Mrs S p' ! Martin, .Miss Virginia Biackwood' of Little Rock who Is visiting Mr and Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson, Mte Maxlne -Brown, of Luxora and Mre. D. Fred Taylor, of Osceo'a'. Lil/xrlfclncr woji first prize." a luncheon set. Mrs/ Caleb WaUon DOCTORS ADMIRE THIS LAXATIVE To , ~ n-r.-lipalion ills doctors rrgularlv pr^-ril^ the Urative in F rc,licnl nsnl if, 1 ' K "- a -™nl.«'i<-'i»»l<Tii.fre«N'>ol-l cUniagpiinlialivc. K«n-a-tiui |'Tomt,l!y. - -tiui\l negligee. After (lie serving of refroih. incnls uf a cheese salad, pickle; cookies and colfee, Miss Terry opened her shower gifls. Blue Star Kills Foot Itch Germs Stnbbtttn foot ifch germs die >jvhcn Urn* S»«r Olnlmcnl mclls •ind stMiks In.. For itchy- eczema, T»sli, Ittter, ringtrorm, pimples and cthef skin.troubles, yon can find nothing ts fine us Blue Slar Oinl- jiicnt. Dot* b»l • Wrn,',»dv.) • uiinl i' Hi" ui'xlrni •ln-cln|iirirnt from iW-fa-lii,,!,!,!, nr.p|...,.n,ii-ia,|ing. (ubil- I'-.tinnsE. l»iwl-aWmg l.ixalivrj. Docs "Ddav" uil), mg clulic. c au-1 Me .-.I Jr Flowers for the EASTER Parade (Vilcs) cored wltlinat Ihe knife. Other rrc- til disciscs tvtattd. Yartcostd veins treated non-surglcally. DRS. NIES & NIES 5U W. Main Phone 98. Orchids. (l.iKHnas. in»cs and Valley Lilk". arranged in Ihe ialcsl r.tylc.s wilh angel skin rib!x>ns lo liarmmifri: nllh her Easier (jown lor this grand |i:iraile. "A ilny without you would n(il lie Ea.^ccr," Orchids in Ihe moonlight speak louder than wnnls. Send a box of beautiful roses Eiislor niorii- ir.y Irinn llcaloti's to Icli her "Let'o fnll in love." To tiiink of Easlr-r is lo pjclnre Ihe lily which has bccoa:e the symbol cl this Rlorious season of Ihe coming of Lite. You a ill find Easter Liiics in endless number av:aillns your selection. Yellow Cnlla Lllios sho«n lor Ihe first- linir in uiythc- ville. Many other beantilul blooming plants Including Hjdiiuigea*. Evi-vything In cut llov.ers at nicxl- crale iniccs. Hcmembrr the !>icJ: u'ith flowct-s and fiirtitls in distant CltlfK. We Can'Tclc|jv;n>li I'lowurs Aiiy\vUr\i- Heaton's Home o/ F Lowers Phone 1!)5 I^AEIAF DANut MONDAY NIGHT AT WOMAN'S CLUB Good Music - $1 Couple KROGRE STORE Prices for Saturday HAMS Worrell and Armours Half or Whole Pound 12!c Lamb ! Genuine Spring Leg, pound 23c Shoulder, pound 17'/2c Hams Swift I'rcni. or Oudiiliay's 10 l» Vi Avvi. I'ouiid Pork Roast or Steak. Lb. Roast or Chops. Lb. Roast Kollwl Rib From liniiulod Jifef I'onnil 25c Hens Fancy Full JJnwscd 1'ouiul lie Shoulders Ilk; Cheese Daisy, pound ,- I9c Phila. Cream, 2 for 15c Cottage, glass 10c Roast liest K. C. Kcef Shotilrior, Pound 15c Thick Hir>. Pound - - - 12'/z^ Hrisko), I'mrnrf "iVi e BakedHams Bacon Swill's Oriole Sliced 1'oimri 15c TURKEYS, Fresh. Dressed. Lb. 30c DUCKS, Fresh. Dressed. Lb. - - 23c ?TTIfPP Crisp IU '"' ls Kncli (iretn Knplish ,1.7 APPLES wlM Tu.H.iy RADISHES Ullllfll JTC V AT T c c 1>l:lin or todi'-ed 7 C VJ/iLl 2C,-m. Cm-ion J CKLKRY '••"" S New ONIONS ™°* "S S. 13 C GREEN ONIONS Sl5 c MiiKkWand. TOMATO iv ™ ^ 5 C CARROTS traiit ,g 6" BANANAS (iul " e " ffi 15 C TURNIP tiRKBN8B £g- 6 t: SPAGHETTI T;| " S 1Q C APPLE HUTTER C. C. C. C. 1At •»•/.. Jar 1U GRAPE JUICE \Veli-ir.s Pint 17c (•••BKIBBSK Twinkle All I'luviirs 4 for 15c Grapefruit Marsh Seedless l/.ir;;*: 4R's 7JC New Texas Green round 2c Oranges juii'.v rinritla Lai'Ko lufl's Do/en 25c Potatoes Kvil Tiilik' Triumphs I'nunri 2c COFFEE :i Uw. .l 1 l.l). C. C. - 2r>c 1 U). French - 22c Jewel, Lb. 18c WALDORF TISSUE 4 for 17c " KIDNEY BBrtNS ^ Tl CORN FLAKES ^i Nn. 2'/> Can w. wheat, iiyc ,„• JlHison. Eu Anij SOAF 0 " 1 " (ii;lll l; [ ror UL'Oi.iKhl lAU IU BRAN FLAK ?^-.&. 10 <; PRINCE ALBERT If CANDY Ch "c r r""a,19 t; TOMATO ^'^r 6' 2 ' C y/>|lir- ci BliANS C. C. Fyllly .himliu Ciin SOAP (,'amav BREAD "'"t,^',;;„ 10 C PURE LARD ^K, V SI'lUNC iiKOOK, 9^' I'niintl - btJ {•«K'NTKY,CI.IM:. 97< : 'i's nr Hull, I'otiml - - «« Suiir or Dill 13c Do/.cn 16c Corn C'punlrv ('lull No. 2 Can :i fur 29c Peaches COUNTRY CIAJH, No. 2Vi Can - - - LI BUY'S. No. 2'.', Can - - - Tomatoes ^ 25c Milk ('ounlry Clnh <> Small or :\ Tall Cans 17c Sugar Kiwc (iriinnlaled 10 Pounds 47c

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