The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 6, 1934
Page 2
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FACT (TWO , • I • ILrfitBVtLLB. (ARK.)' COUBIKt NEWS Social Calendar "^SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mr«.' Chester Cald'wcll 'and Mrs. Fred'Sandeiur having bridge parly at Ojumry clul> at 2:30 pin. • Party. MM. Baker Wilson entertained menjfjers o[ U>e Thurseday Contract club and Mrs. George L. Mulr^ nnd Airs. W. C. Hlyginson wltrji'thc usual weekly afternoon bridge game at the country club. MrsJMB. E. Keck and Mrs. Higfc-iii- son ,jjron prizes. A.jalad .plate was served. . .1. • ' » * " ' Glvtg round inc. Tte R«v. W., J. LeRoy, paslor of 'ttie Lake "Street Methodist chufpi, and Mis. Lelloy, were given kn o!d fashioned pounding lust eveafcn; by 38 young people ,o( the chujth. Ill j addition to gifts o[ canned an «t»ple goods -the guests brought refrflshments;,of chicken sandwiches »rid iced 'tea which were wrY- ed ;i(tcr a social hour liad been enjoied. " ' ' K. Y. T. I'. in;Osccola. Th» Mississippi County !J. Y. P. U. 'fassociatio.n Intermediate department wlH meet, at die First BapUst ch'urcji of Osceoh Biui- day"jifternoonV 2130 ''o'clock.''' *'- v M&S Margaret Pniltt, o( Arnlo- rel,i«lll be hi charge of (he |iro- . MM. W. L. Horncr entertained thc'Wid-Week Bridge ctub nnd one EuegJ Mrs. Max D. .Millet Jr., Thuodny for i\ bridge luncheon. Jonquils decorated [he two smnll lunjjeon tables used for serving thej^wo course menu. Jig the bridge games Mrs. O. P. Mow won the prize, a beach low- el. 0.0 S m - >Oy DAN THOMAS — GEORGE SCARBO oj ;* Mostly Personal atbig UESUE HOWACD NEVER- HA9 REMOVED FSC>. __„ APOUTO HIS "EC* 1H6 <JCtD O»A!f A-^D CON M! HOLY is OH OP THE Best EC- C5KTRC PA.SCECS 'N T\46 IJlARY CARLISLE HAS BEEH OFF D.EiS 9* TiS'-ES Slr^CE THE F.SST CP THE -YE**. IT'S ^E Wilson Society — Personal FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1934 , SJoHM BARRYMORE 13 AH ' WEKT FSHESMAS AND WVS A W3SE COUtto <f B0(*e Heat-Controlled Pads^Simplify Permanent Wave Operation • • • I •'-.. ••)•.: • 1 • . V . Grovcr Ashley is reciirxy 1 at her Home at Armoicl a major operation i>er- Jorny«t at tlie Blytheville liospl- tal.Ji; Mre| Frank Simmons, who has bcery'dll at her home on Walnut strfsel! for several days, Is slight - 1 Jpf^% " TVelcli! R'oinid Green, C. G. Smith mid Jaiuo.s B. Clurlt.are spending today In Memphis.: : Mfs. J. E. Whitworlh, who lias been-: ill severa days at her home on -Walnut street, is now silently improved. Rt£ and Mrs. J. Ncal Gc.sell arc spending today in Memphis. Dr; W. M. Oven has returned Iroijv a week's slay ' 111 I'ciuacola, F]a,^and points of Mississippi. W.-N. Williams has arrived. home after several days stay in pinola Mis *;. .. The Rev. J. L. Ncwsoui -ivill spend the weekend in Herculnnui, Mo.,^where he is to preach at the First? Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chflord Joyr^r have returned Irom a brief honeymoon spent in a motor trip through Tennessee -and are now at hoirir in the Westbrook aparlmcnt. on .West Ash street. Before her marriage Sunday Mrs Joyner was MisS^Kulh Whitworth. Tfi condition of Mrs. Fannie Rajvwho has been an invalid (or sevegl years, is slightly worse to da >\i. BUI Afflict; attended to business In Memphis Wednesdaj 1 „/« 'Dulan*^ hss gftne to amtti to spend a month on - ncss-yor the Cotton Roll raiiroad M»pr Cecil, Shane is attending to biisincss in Memphis today Mrs. Eva Kerlln was elected president of the Woman's Mis- .ionary Society of the Methodist, church at u meeting at the home :if Mrs. Herbert Sullivan Tuesday She succeeds Mrs. C. O. Wllllum- son, who recently moved to Memphis. New members enrolled In (he society are Mines. Berry Crain, Hoy Waters and Frank Zander. Fifty . members attended the meeting- or the cooperative club at the community clubhouse Tlmi-Mkiy nflernoon. Mrs. Wllllsm I.udwlg was appointed delegate to attend the Forrest City district meeting to be lield at Helena April 17 and 18. Delegates to attend Ihe county federation meeting at Osccola are Mines. J. A. Apple Hoy Waters, Oscar Barksdnlc and A. F. Williams. The following of- fk-cre were elected: president. Mrs William Ludwig; vice-president -Mrs. A. F., .Williams; secretary! Mrs. J. A. Apple;' treasurer. Mrs. Victor Mann; parliamentarian Mrs. It. H. Robinson. Mrs. Frank Wesson 'of Springfield, Mass., who is visiting hei? mother, Mrs. R. K. LC C Wilson siioKS on Southern gardens', describing (he magnolia garden at -ihnrleslon. S. C., which is ono f the most beautiful natural gardens in the world, and the Mtd- llclon garden. Hostesses were Mmes. j H :r«ln, li. E. Lee Wilson jr.. Wal- cr Card, N. B. Ellis, J. n. Culum. J. c. Cullum. N. B. Thompson, and J. ir. Wcstbrook. Fifty members of (he Barksdale Bible class were entertained with party at (lie home of Mrs N B. Thompson .Thursday night. Open house v was -held at the Community club, .recently decorated, 'Thursday ' night, with Mrs. J. A. Merrill as hostess. Mr. nml Mrs. Martin Kehart of Mtlle Hock and Rev. and Mrs James Randle of Joiner were the Ruests Tuesday of Rev. and Mrs ' H. l\r. Lewis. Mrs. w. M. Wallace jr. and children have returned to their home «t Vina. Ala., after n two weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. M Wallace, and Miss Mnxinc Wallace. £ J. U..jnnd j. c.'. Cullum have returned . from a business trip lo Chicago. Mrs. Riley !!. Jones is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Card, for n few days. "The Proper Thing" "When a servant offers a second glass of bevcraae to one who does not wish to have it, what should one say?" "No. tbank you." "Is a knife ever used to remove baked potato from the skin?" The fork must be used. Even the conveyed to the po- aio with the fork. Hero is i flattering spring; coiffure, aclilcvtd by a permanent wr»ve thai Is loose or. lop wilh sculplured curls in (he bwk. BV AI.ICK HART . . Uvavo which requires no machine Modern j pormancnt . w^vcs arc |. The pads, containln.. ccrl-Un l,: f.™'",,.' 1 '?. ..o"l.-fnsh.- ichcmica.if. -depending. ou"vour •"« ^i,,.,.,i ' ,.. _•_.?." '•*•.. . lonod typis we . .... lo yet when they jirjl.-iwrc invrntrd. In Ihccc days lintlti^ a ; pqrjnancut nicniit lours dr:ij^uny and, even Ihcil, no' one could b; sine • just liinv. s«c- "~" r "< - •— ; ,|!t V".' Tint ill .the ,p!d-.timi: difllcultirs. havi been" 'clifmiialed.'" TT'' tafics"'"no' norc than .three hours for any Ik'ruiancjit -wave :ind'- IUs customer 1 it will f™ flaltiiiiiii}. re.j en t|r ter >>in .jB. W. Cowan, who \v.-\s tak- rthe Uiylheville hospital af- " hit "by an automobile, " moe, has ^returned to "her home and is pifljy recovering. .*?tjv.and-Mrs. >. M. Sueat and _mief5on, Frank, are visiting Mrs. B. Vf f . cowan this week. R«X. and Mrs. . J. w. Moore spenfcTucsday in Jonesboro at the bedsMe of E. M.'Howard ol Lcach- villcO;Who died tliat night Little B. W. Cowan, who was very; till over . the week end is mak W rapid 'recovery. Mr.Viand Mrs. Galnes Hcrron or MlssWppl visited friends here '.ft dfc this week. Mlii Gcraldlne Edwards is visit- Ing this week'with her sister/Mrs Gerxf,Shanpyrelt of 'LeachVille. r"?!'"' KiiHetinan, Mrs. Gene . Fk*i»n and two small daughters visitor-Mrs. tools Townsentl ii Jonesboro ; Wednesday. BlIhThompsdn. spent Tuesday li: Jonesboro-at'the:bedsld eof E M .Howard, his employer. CurUs Haslip-. lefts Monday for .his hfonie In AlaUua*. :c.ssful' the : wave arc dipped in n solution Yui'd' tfi'e'n fastened around, (he rods on which your Irak h;is been wrapiwd. The iudr, warm up the minute they are moistened with the solution. in .ten minutes n pad has done its work I . rk aud^ Is starti incidrnlally. you ing to. cool. Hrofobly llu ary thiny thai the . of those machtnctess permanent waves in your- own Hninc. The operator can come to yon. bringinj; pirinrutiuns ' wilh her. And most ;rovol"ui:oii- .... „„„„., „.,„ nl has happened to this is a grand liica for th viMm^T"?^- "r- av '" ? "^^'^i 01 ' c " p »t<>.ci>ia, 8 et out to a nilliin the last few years IsT M [ beauty shop. Will Rededicate Yarbrb' School in Program Tonight The Yarbro school; recently- re- IE. Lloyd; "Oilier Values of An I Eriiic.ilion." Trccy Sanders; "What We Pny. to Educate Our Boys ami Girls," Bculah paired improved by CW,\ ONEIDA. Wis. (UPl— Oneida In- rlian women engaged in lace ninh- ng have been hard hit by the rie- preMion but with Improved business comlitioas orders for their jiandiivork ngnln are being re- More Complete Movement NO BOWEL ABUSE To Iwini-h log(jin^.. Imilicliri nmt otlu;r constip,li un illi. j,i« clean*: your bowel., nf p,, lr ; t l Wllslc wit[l F«n. : i.,,,i,,| UK dciiciom t\K*mf g,, m |. 1 givra airu|>lotc »n,l thoroirrfi nicnl. It s t h I voll c]l ,., v it workers, will bo rc-dcdicated nr a program nl the school (onirjil r»' Sinning at 1:30 o'clock. • " -,_ The following program will lit: "An Educational Conscience.- Rev. W..v. womack; .benediction.- Hcv. Mr. Sutherland. Song. Biris'-glfc ciui; invocntion J. W. Widncr KI-.I piana J0 lo !.«:' rcne- Widner; "What Our School Buildins; should JJP," Wanna Mullens; "How We Should Care rtr Our School.- J. w. \\-idncr' jr • "Jlorlern Views of An E<i H cation. : Marjoric Ross: -.Some Aims and Values of An Education." Marviji — t:' Women's.. Rights Coh•mit»(k!in« hBd in ; w«. .-' > * a ^* ! PttllWUnry -Tit W. Vs., records show . ^ •**;'<*; tubercu *** to ersry » RING Farmer's Anylbinj; in' Feed ,:mrt Stc'ds ' : 127 KmlirMon-OTI-a-rnintiiiiifarrriiyttirn'.cK- "lil llic intcstinrs In x ivo you ,T "[,,|| " more tiAlural movcmrnt. Tlwl's ivliy recn-.vnnnt ij m<m complcl,-. ra ,, r V thorough. Fhal's why it ntwr ri,,rk> Ibr >yjtcra ror ilxi.<cs Ihc Iwvrc].. It ii «fc .111,1 gcullr nnd iioa-irritatiiig. Vim- «-raint bccaii.ii o{ ib more moilcrn nclioi I elimiiialcs any Ecci\«ily of ciprrifnci-ii: |: K?fl"rf .t. Hd / I»i""Hnl" r 5-lIfrr'lSrm Uelsy « ihngc;oui—ehrt- l-Von-ii-niirl for coMip.ition. itt «ad iic atdrugginj. •^^^^•^^^p^^^^i^^^^B^^^^^^l^B^H^^BH^^^^^m^HHHH|^^|^^^^^^^|^ Watch! Dwi't Be-Flim Flammed on I'rice and Weight— An Itemired Cash Itejrister Slip With Each Purchase LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Specials for Friday, Saturday and Monday FREE'SIb N • Itkbl %/ I Ml Hig Plain or Self Rising LETTUCE, Firm Heads. Each 4c CARROTS, Large Bunches. Each~5c GREEN BEANS, Florida. Pound 7c TOMATOES/ Fresh, FirhV. P^tmdTc CABBAGE, Texas Green. Pound 2c NEW POTATOES, Poun 4c __ _ ENGLISH PEAS, Fresh Fla. Poundlk SQUASH, SmaUand Tender. Lb. 8y a c Freshens the mouth p "' .Sonlhcs Ihc throat VJCKS COUGH DROP Htmorrhoirls (Pihs) currd willmut the knife. Otrnr rectal diseasrs treated. Varicwrd vtlns treated non-surgirally. ;>RS. MES * NIES 5U >V - . Miin Pbone 05. Salesman Wanted We have an opening for automobile Dalesman.' Prefer man with some experience. .See Mr. Little at Shduse-Uttle Chevrolet; Co. Tree With Ixirsc Size 19c LEMONS, Fancy Size. Do^en 18cj CELERY, Jumbo StaJks. Each 7c EGGPLANT, Pound" 12y a c RADISHES, Bunch 4c TURNIPS, And Tops. Bunch 5c BELL PEPPERS, Pound __ lOc ORANGES, 200 Si^e. Dozen 23c' MUSTARD, Marco. Quart Jar. lOc Durkee Salad Dressing, Worcestershire Sauce, Durkee. 13c Pure Preserves, Von Alhnen. 16 oz. 15c MUSTARD GREJENS.JLarg^ gumji^- DOG FOOD, All Brands. 3 for 25c STANDARD, Potted Meat 3c; Vienna 6c CORNED BEEF, Libby's. Can~l6c TUNA FISH. E%ry JJay. Can lie SHRIMP, Wet or Dry Pack. j^Toc KIDNEY BEANS, Joan of Arc. Can 7c POR^& BEANS, S. Loaf or Ritter 5c CORN, Royal Gem. No. 2 Can 7y 2 c Phillips JMix. Vegetables.. No. 2 can lOc PIMENTOS, Dromedary. \ £. ASPARAGUS^Argo. Picnic. Can_JQc SOUP, Phiiiips. All Kinds. Can 6c PEACHES, Roscdaie. No. 2y 2 Can 15c TOMATO ^JUlCK^Sugar Loaf. Toilet Articles, All IQc Siz'es. 3 for 25c TOMATOES, New Deal. No. 2V 2 Can " .'' 1 -" No. 2V2 Can 15c CH^RRIES 1 Rgsed_alg. K. A. 2y z can 18c FRJJjTCOCKT/VIL, Libby's. 2y 2 Can 26c PEACHES, Libby'H I nrpc Hiilvc.s No. Zy. Can 15c PjlARS, Libby's. Bartlctl. 2V 2 Can 18c Libby's. 2% Can 19c SALAD DRESSING, Table Garden. r. A- C. nr ( rystal White 3 for 13c SIELOX, Large Size 12c; Regular Siac 5c SOAP, Palmolivc or Camay. Bar 5c OXYDQL, 2 for 6c _ SOAP, Lux or Life Buoy. Bar PALMQL1VK BEADS, Pkg. 5c SOAP, (). K. Ucgular_Bar.-_ 2 for 5c KTNSO, Large Siae 21c; Regular Si/.c 8c CLKANSKU,__Suiibritc. 3 for 12c MOPS, 12 Ounce. Each lOc LUX. Large >Sixc 22c; Regular Si>;e lOc BON AMI, Powder 12c; Cake Iflc SOAP CHIPS, Clean Quick. 5-lb. box 32c LYE, Red Seal or Rex. 3 for 25c SHOE POLISH, Better Shine. 2 for 9c MARKET SPECIALS BACON. Sli. Swift Oriole or Krcy. Ib 15c LARD, Best Compound. Pound 7*/ 2 c HAMS, Armour's Star Suear Cured H.-ilfor Whole, I.b. .!'.. ..'--ISc Cinler cite, Lb. • >5c . PORK STEAKS, Nice Cuts. Lb. lac STEW MEAT, Brisket or Chuck. Lb. IQc Rcst nni "nr. Pound SlnMk-O-leun, 1' BACON Squares, Black Hawk. Ib HENS, Milk fed! Full dressed. Lb. WEINERS, Franks or Bologna. Lb. IQc ~ VEAL IIOAST, Pound r !0c PORK SHOULDERS, Whole. Lb. i2V 2 c SALT MACKEREL, Large Sk'e. Ea. 15c PORK CHOPS, End Cuts. Pound 15c SAUSAGE, lOO- Pure Pork. Lb. lOc GROUND BEEF, Or Hamburger. Ib 8*/ 2 c FRESH SHRIMP, FISH & OYSTERS SALTED SPARE RIBS/ Pound 5c Thick Rib, round Sheiildrr Clod, Pound .. BEEF ROAST, MUTTON STEW, Or Roast. Lb. 12y 2 c VINEGAR, Bring Your Jug. Gal. 18c GINGER ALE, Lime Rickey. Qt. hot lOc MAZOLA- OIL, Quart 35c; Pint 18c TOMATO JUICE,dljVIato. ~ Bottle 5c 5c BLACK PEPPER, Climax. I-IH. Can 7c 2-nz. Can .. .f!r.c BEANS, Navy or G. Northern. 10 Ibs. 45c Bulk. Fancy. Pound 4y 2 c Bulk. Pound 2y 2 c Fashioned Kroun T , '_ Lb. 5c JELLO, All Flavors. Package 5c COITEE, CanoyirorjjaZTiouiiirib. 9!7r CRACKERS, AirCrisp. 2Jb7l8(^lirfk MACKEREL^Salmon "si^TcJin" STERLING, Macaroni - Spaghetti; SUGAR, Purc^ajcTjiT^is 47^ SALMON,- Overland. 7%c WESgQJV OIL, ft^ajferonhaiae Mixef 49c" SALT, iy z Lb. Box. Each 3V 2 c SPICES, AH lOc Si*es. Each RICE, GRITS, SNOW DRIFT, 6 Lbs. 69c; 3 LbsTJTc SHORTENING, Vegetole. 3-lb. Ctn. 23c LARD, Pure Hog, geelfoot. 4 Lbs. 35c MEAL, 2y 2 Ibs. 5c; 5 Ibs. lOc; 24 Ibs. 41c _ CHEESE, Philadelphia Cream. 2 for 15c BUTTER, Country Roll. Pound 26c SORGHUiM, Tennessee Made. Gal. 59c FLOUR, iVIary Jane. 24 Ibs 85c; 12 Ibs 47t TOILET TISSUE, -Waldorf!" Roil 5c PANCAKE FLOUR, Pillsbury. Pkg. lOc BAKING POWDER, K. C. 25.oa. ' FLOUR, Blue Hunny. 24 Ib 9f>c; 12 Ib 49c MATCHES, Pet Brand. 3 Boxes for lOc RAISIN BRAN, Skinner's. Pkg. I2t- OATS, Gold Medal. Package Gc COFFEE, Bulk~^ound~."l(h? COCOA, Our Mothers. 2-Lb^Cartgn 17c COFFEE, Ramcr Lane. Pound MILK, Cottage or V^Cami? TEA,

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