The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1934 · Page 2
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Social Calendar WKDNKSbAY'6 EVENTS t)ir lidles Bible Study of the CSteth et Christ will meet «t ft:M «t th ehorhe ol Mrs. J. W. BMer. btstrfcl nieetiiuj P.-T, A. at torted TVw, Ark. Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch having Wednesday Bridge club. Dtnce »k country club given by Mr. and Mis. hiissell Rirr, iff p.m. THURSDAY'S EVENTS t). D. C. meeting In I.uxora at horhe of Mrs. E. R. Began. Mrs. A. G. Little having Thursday Luncheon club. U. D. C. niMtlng In Luxora at home of Mrs. E. ft. Bogan. Junior tllih P.-T. A. meeting at school auditorium, Mfcs jane Buck having Thursday Night bridge club. .Thursday Bridge club meeliiij; with Mrs. L. H. Moore. Mrs. Cecil ghane hostess to Midweek Bridge club. P. T. A. Speaker __..„„ — Prof fusion »l WOMB'S Club MeeU. At the. regular weekly meeting of the Business and Professional Women's club at thc GofT Hole! last night Mrs. Hulrla Obtist, chairman of .the > magaclne cohi- ,, Bln . m •Ultee, gave an interesting dls' discussed. Mr. and Mrs. Bnnmel 1". Morris 111 have as llielr guests totnor- iw night Mr. anil Ylrs. Frank Y. »ve and Mr. ami MII>. Hob II1«- las, of Jonesboro, who arc com- vg oVcr especially (or Ihc dunce o bo given by Mr. and Mrs. llus- :!1 Fair al the country club. Mr. and Mrs. nvukvrc. Wotcii- amp hnvc returned from n brief oncymoon s|>cnt In New Orleans nd arc now nt, home in alw Ward partnients on West Ash street, Dr. and Mrs. 1'iiul L. Tlplon, iTr. and Mrs. George M. !*c anil Jrs. U. L. tiraclley were in Mem- education Leave)!, professor o! t Pcnbody. college, «ashvllle. Teiin., will be the prln- ipa! speaker at the district mect- ng of Parent-Teacher associations t Marked Tree tomorrow. , «iution of the Mexican holiday, July 3-4. J. Miss Loma Wilson gave a piano •election. : . * Mrs. Pearl Phillips gave an in- ternting talk on Art Study lor Business Women. . In the short rjuslne&s meeting i»o new members were accepted «nd the new president, Mrs. Gertrude Bame*,-. appointed commlt- ,ttt chairmen; id servo during the year: program, Marie Harnish; H- tiance, Mrs. Ruth S. Holder; kgis- tatlort, Hulda Obem; International relations, tits. H. L. Reynolds; publicity, Cora Lee Baldridge; . cd- IttrtKUt Merritt; pub- Minnie Matthews; Lee Oblemnn; re- .. lic relation*, Health, Cora , «*»rch, Loma Wilson; transportation, Mrs. JtorUyn Mays; maga- *iDt, Mrs. s. 8. Stertiberg; mem- berabip, Mrs. Mae Belt; emblem, Mrs. Eula Morgan. » » • Clinch the Presbyterian Circles Meet. Circles .of church held their first meetings « th* new church year yesterday ._ Circle 1 tael *ith .Mrs. Ross 6te- ;•«>» with,..!!' members tahd one ^devotional in the absence of Mrs'! T. J. Mohan. The budget was ex- ptalned «nd pUns Sot the coining •ye* dlscuwed. Mrs. Zal Hdrrl- .«>n is chairman of this circle with Mrs. W. I. Osborne is secretary and treasurer. Circle 3 met with Mrs. Pred Sandefur. Seven members' were Present. Mrs. Charles Gray gave the bible stildjr. Mrs. Sandelur is chairman of this circle, with Mrs r. B. Joyner as secretary' and treasurer. Circle 3 met with Mrs. 6 ^ Vail with Mrs. D. M. Cutler co- hostess. There were n members v light at 7 o'clock, April' 12th were MsciiMcd. Mrs. VniiWInklcnnd Mrs. George Mtihger. thc hoslesses, served dc- Icloiis frozen fruit salnd. graham racket* aiid Iced tea to thc twcn- y-one incmbcrs nnd one visitor, >Irs. Ernian Luttrell. • * * Social Service • Slirfy Cluh Meets. tlw Mississippi County Social Service Club met. Thursday night n thc Blylhcville Relief office, with 40. present lloin the C*ce- oia, Manila and BlylUcvllle offices Mis. Harmon Sclord concluded the subject, "Attitudes and Skill,' tri this lesson. Mrs. Virginia Stanuurd. new Social Service supervisor lor Mississippi county, was elected to succeed Mrs, Seford as Instructor of this class. The entire odlce force attended this meeting, including some ol thc members of N. F. Knight's department, since .it wus n meet- Ins of farewell to Mrs. Seford and one of welcome to Mrs. Stan- narcl U. D. O. Te Meet. "Colonial Homes In Arkansas ,.iU be thc subject ol n procrnm off-- the . tocaH u: D. 0. chnptc *hfch<is meeting'In Luicorn f hiirs clay afternoon ut thu home v Mrs. B. B. Bogiin. Other hos tesses will be Mrs. C. B. Wood Mrs. Sue Brown nnd Mrs. Elliot Williams. ' ' . , wlio Is spending the day then'. |° r Mrs. Joe Lltzelfelncr and son Bi7s oj Neics Mostly Personal I Mrs. P. 8. Payne and Mrs. Frank Dillman, of Carulhcrsvllle, Mo. Denton Miss Velva Lester of Holland was I he guest Bunday or Miss Qlodein Blaylon. Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl WiUoh were Ihc week-end guesls or Mr. and Mrs. oille Wilson of steele. Miss Bernlce Peal was the weekend gilHst of Miss Edna Wright. Mr, and Mrs. oille Bomar spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kenlcy. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tyi cr a i_ tended the rodeo at Carutherx- vlllc Sunday. Mrs. Mlcda Hayes spent las week with Mrs. J. H. Stanficld. Mill Town Items Miss Opil Bradford has return- Id I lo her home here after hpend- TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1934 DAN THOMAS GEORGE SCARBO his Saturday. HaroW Stenibcn; visited In .'lug lemphls during Die wcrk end. [ her Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Carpenter Mis. Lester Bradford. nd Mr. und Mrs. AIIBUSI Mirro i-ere in Memphis Sunday for thc all came. Mrs. Nelson Thompson und son, dorris King, relumed lo their ionic In Memphis today after n en days stuy with Mr. und Mrs. J. B. Cunningham is slowly Improving but Is still confined lo his bed. Mrs, Bessie Hendrix and clill- ctien of Leachvillc, Ark., are vls- illiiB Mr. and Mrs. Tom feason and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Dildine. Samuel P. Nori'is. They motored 1 Mlss °P» l Bradford sjient last lown with Mrs. Fred nutlicrford.l^* , wl| h. .Mrs. Estclla Bradford Mi. at)d Mrs, Holbert Graves vis- lied Mrs. Graves' father. John losepli Martin, left Sunday forj ltca Mrs - Graves' Washington, D. C.. wheie they arc All "strong, Sunday. o make their huiue, Joining Mr. jltaelfelner, formerly ol Caruth- rsvillc, who is now connected with he. department of agriculture, rliey had been visiting Dr. nnd Mrs. S. P. Murlln ami family. Mrs. W. G. Snmlm. formerly ot Jflllns. Tex., now ol Hughes, Ark., s Visiting In Armorcl and Blythc- 'illc. Uiwn her return tu Hushes he will bu iiccouipuiiicd by her cousin, Miss Clcc Alice McNcill. lirs. Snndcrs was formerly Miss xils Endes, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Eades, of Annorel. Mr. und Mrs. A. G. Little had as their guests Sunday Mr. and IIOMBaoWNlSTHcum; ftClbftlrt HOLOMOOO >JiHO •"• POWTOlWNOLE''-- T. A. from Wednesday to Thursday of this week tins been brought about because ot a district P. T. dcnlifiert person, working with Hi. lock on the door ot the house, 'The Proper Thing" "How ore artichokes eaten?" Hold the leaf in the fingers, Dip n the sauce the end which is to be eaten, and with the fingers onvey the leaf to the mouth. A ork Is used lo cut the heart and at it. 'What are some of the to-called Rngcr-foods?" Bread, crackers, olives, celery, radishes, salted nuts, candy, corn on (he cob, and raw fiuits arc called finger foods. Peaches and apples may also l>e pared and "aton wllli the fingers. Grapes, (Huns, cherries, etc., arc eaten and he seed and skin removed with he fingers. Clear River for Oarsmen PHILADELPHIA (UP)—in order that oarsmen may row up and down the Schuylkill river in comfort, 20.000 cubic yards of and and silt will l« removed fi-om the river bottom. The project, a CWA measure, has been urged for years >y members of various Sclitiylklll boat clubs. At present there arc tour limes, allowing only four oarsmen to race at once. CCC Workers Fire Final Shot of Civil War in 1934 BALTIMORE. (UP)- Although history records (hat the final shoL of the Civil War was fired April 9, 1865, Capt. Francis J. Moran, Infantry Reserve, disagrees. It was fired March 3, 1934, the captain contends. Moran, who is commander of a Civilian Conservation CoriB company engaged in clearing the Gettysburg battlefield, submitted proof of his contention to Third Corps urea headquarters. On Saturday. March 3, he ic- veatcd, a detachment, discovered nn ime.vploded shell anil brought it lo him for examination. Moran placed the shell under several logs, laid dynamite besldo ir and set of! th« explosive. The detonation burst the shell, which, scattered shrapnel tor a considerable distance. And tljis, the captnin inaln- itained. wus the last shot of (he Civil War. Richard Hoe Invented [lie modern rotary printing press. RING Farmer's For Anything In Feed and Seeds 127 Gosncll Club Biuy 1 —'— i aooui necause 01 a district V. T. „ , , . . — The -Home Demonstration cub!A. niectlnu lo be held In onotticr ! Norback wls surprised by oilicers or Gosnell has been very busy. Mrs. city on Wednesday, it, hus beL'n] ant l accused of jirowllug. Hn was J. W. Crawford, thc demonstrator, announced. I taken to headquarters and. after reported canning of one beef last The local seulon will Isc held hours of explaining, obtained ills week and one the week h^tniV- flu at throe o'clock Tiinrsrtnv nftcmmn -release. reported canning week and one the week before. On Wednesday of last week 65 cans of hominy and on Thursday 81 Jars o; pork nnd beans nnd hominy were canned. at the school building. Meeting Postponed Change in the date of the meet- Proved Right to Home OGDEN. Utah (UP)—A. M. Norback had lo prove his Identity be- rore police allowed him to Kay overnight in his own home. Yet he held praises for efficiency of the department. Seen by an uni- lleniorrholds (Piles) cured without (he knife. Other rectal diseases treated. Varicosed veins treated non-sarjkally. DBS. NIES * NIES 511 W. Main Phone 88. Ur* T) - ---- -»io, Lf. ^j. ^i-.ij^^,, £[l\c Uie bible study, after which Mrs B. B, Allen, spiritual life secretary, presented her cause and plans tot the new -church year. Mrs. vau is chairman of this circle Mrs. George Mulr is secre- . tary and treasurer. ln ft "* or win, Mrs. Louise .u sfss ' |lerc eight members and Jwo vls- >6 ' Brtscoe «» ve the {ter * hlch thcre *» s lilrs. Hiler fe chairman ot this circfe.and Mrs. B. A. Bugg fa secretary tad .trtasurer. . Circle l me t at the home ol %• , Sarn , Hall with 19 members nd ! visitor present. The mcel- of = 1 . Bishop after which ,- tder gave the Bible y taken from trie 16th chapter Acts. Mrs. John Buchanan "*- T - -' Circle Mead wii 2 met with Mrs. ;-oy Manila Society — Personal •- • : _____ _ njll Toir.pson wab a Blylhevllle I Claudic Davis was n business visitor In Blythcvllle Saturday. Several friends ot Miss Martha Blylhc gave her n surprise shon- er Thursday night before her going away to school in Jonesboro. Monday. She receiver! many useful things, Miss Mnrtha Blytlie spent Friday in Joncsboro. Mbs Cliloc Scott sptnt Sim- rtay in Memphis visiting Mr nnd Mrs. Ray Hlubs nrtd Mr. Curtis Hasllpp. Mrs. Bnrny Tlirelkeld lias be*n ill for thc past few days. Stcele-Cooler ^Society — Personal The Stcelc Lifters club will hold s annual election of officers ra the nc.tt reeling, Monday, April 1C. nt Mrs. Graham's caie. Abner Ashcroll received a lete- tl ' vis - rar " Fritl »y ^vising him of the Mrs - C. t'calh nt Casa, Ark., of his grand- . 8C ° f the Bibl2 . . and Mrs Raymond bcfaiy which closed'the'meet- ™ re n members when Mrs. A. C. Blay- devoiioiial on gave the Mri. W. M. led —.--^. »VWMJT L4&en irom the chapter. o(.Romans. M, S A ^ SUyloek dosed with , s h( £ SUeet '_._'__. f L ****-iy .r^c^w. .^I.,^ 1 ™** ."eUiodlst Mis- the home «tWt .Wttfc/Mrs.T E" Sc^ Af- . Song, 'Tell of Jesus." w»s fol- J - Le - had - W ' poor hcaltli and was not able to attend the funeral. Mr. Tucker leaves five sons, John and Jim Tucker of Cooler and p. A. sr "'• »- jr.. and Ben Tucker or Casn", and two daughters. Mrs. J a Joiics of Cooler and Mrs. J B Isom or Casa. Miss Irene Curtis has returned rom an extended visit witli Mr n« Mrj. Rowland at Camthers- Mlchie. A. R Bcckham and Bud Pinlcy were |,\ Cnp7 C™ rardeau on business Monday. Mrs. Gene Parhnm or Tlijrcli Tenn.. Ls in cooler for a few d w ' completing her school work , ""' D ' E - Blm,Xeii5hip | 3 able lo be up atter being 11 for «,.. eral weeks win, measles. ill i;^'.^ 1 * 1 , who Was crili <:ally jH f last week, is now slightly bel- JUfs. Char!cs Bates, the former Miss Ophelia Moore, who nnde" wepl an appendix operation last ' ls , "Ported resting well »l Hithodi.n hospital, ftrc All-Ways kind to your throat _ so round, sofow, sofu/fypacked ?io /oosc ends "It's toasted" Y Luckies are all-ways kind to your throat We likr totcil about (he finer tr>- (•accos in Luckies—thc choicer I'uikhh and dnmeslir, and only the mild, clean center Iravcs—they MMc hcficr—then "It's lonstcjl" — for throat ptotcction. Butwc'tn just a? the Center Leaves-tiiese are the Mildest Uaw " St. Patrick was not an Irishman proud of the way Luckic? are made. They're so round and firm, so free fromloose ends.Tlui' 1 ; why Ltickie? always "keep in condition" — do not dry out. lAickic? are always — in all-ways 1 .—kind to y6ur throat. NOT lh« fop IMVM— tktj're dtrtbpcd— rt«j trt A«nM They taste better |NOT the bottom letvea— tfitj'ninferior In quality—coene t.»dMfd}\ Watch! Don't Be FJim-Kkimmerl on Price and Weigfti LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Specials for Wednesday - Thursday "' Lbs ' No Rish - Hi « hc st ''atent Flour Oft(J With Purchase of 20-Lh. Sack OJ OLEQ, All Kinds. Pound lOc CRACKERS, Sunshine Krispy. 1 I.b. . 2 Lhs. MILK, V. Camp or Cottage, sm 3c; Ige 6c CELERY, Jumbo Stalks. ^ LETTUCE, Large Each Gc O^I^^__E^sMBree5._ _Bunch_5c Bunch 5c CARRQTS> APPLES, Bunch Blacks. Pound 5c 7c TQMATOES,New Deal. No. 2% Can 12c TOMATO_JUICE, Sugar Loaf. Can 5c ggg§>^ Fresh Yard. Dozen 17c PEARS, "Miss CalT No. 2y a Can 15c SUGAR, Domino. Old fashioned liiiuvn or Corjcclioners Pkg. !2c Table Garicn SALAD DRESSING. SUGAR, Best Granulated. 10 Lbs. 47c BANANAS, SPINACH, Fresh Garden._l»ound 4c ^^^ ™» 3 for 13c GRAPE FRUIT; 64~Si^ EadT 5c PICKLES, Sour or Dill. Quart 15c KIDNEY BEANS, JoatTolArc. 2 forlfk PEACHES, Rosedale. No. 2" COFFEE, Ratncr Lane. I^ound C^R^]L^KEs]j\imer^^}^ J0c 25c CABBAGE, Texas Grccn7\HinH LARD, . Lb. 7 ] / 2 c SALT iMEAT, SAJ^TACKM^^ tic.'t nnilinf, Tonnd SAUSAGI^^J^-cJ^mk. Pound 10c \ Or Hamburger. Ib 8V 2 c

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