The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1934 · Page 2
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mas TWO 1LYTHEVILIJB, (ARK.)' COUBDBR NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1934 Social Calendar SATURDAY'S EVENTS Mnies Oeotfe W. Barham. John C.' McHaney Jr., and G. H. Grtar with shower tea at tbe Birham borne ior Urs. Robert Paul Whtttington who was formerly . Miss Vivian Holland. • County Council Boys and Olrls 4-H clubs meeting at Woman's cl*. ! EmtnUte CM 'When Urs. Cecil Shane cnter- Uined the Mid-Week Bridge club ThurwUy for lunch and a card (ame she had one guest, Mis. B. Fairfleld. 1 SprtBf flowers decorated the am*U UWes used lor serving the two eourae menu. In ttie bridge game Mrs. O. P. Mws won the pri«, a clothes lumper. On Edge-for New Aquatic Honors T« Compliment ; Mrs. Robert Paul Wblltinglon of Jonesboro, who VMS before her inkrriage last Ssturdty, Miss Vivian Holland' of this city, will be ('nest of honor at a shower tea to I* linn Saturday afternoon, 3 o'clock, bj: Mmcs. O. H. Drear, John C. McHaney and George W. Barham at the Barbam home. ! 7 Miss Jape Buck was hostess to •embers of the Thursday Hlght, Bridge club and Mrs. Don 8am- »ons, Ted EUnore and Rupert, Crafton and Miss Margaret Mcr- rttt thk week. Refreshments of jtoeappJe cake, topped with whipped cream, and coffee, was «erv- e& at tbe conclusion ot the bridge '- The club . prize, a Grecian urn, wmt. to Miss Jayne Barnes and three recent brides, Mmcj. Eimore, JJ. ; ;P. Holland and Rentert Wet en - iuunp, were each presented a bon ban disc. • • * : Hrrl Off ken The "Pastor's Pal" group of the B. Y. P. U.'s In the Second Baptist church elected officers in a meelinj last etenlng at the home of tbe Rev. and Mt». J. L. New- sac. They are: Mist Mar)' Louise McLeod, president; Thomas Begun, vice prealdent; Miss Naomi Rhodes, secretary; Miss Mary Rhodes, treasurer; Miss Maggie Campbell, corresponding secretary; Mb* Clara Bell Kiiton, Bible leader; Mines Lote Lunsford and Betty Flake, group captains. Mid Leola Moore was enrolled as a Del member. It was decided to set for the •0*1 to reach- the -B.'-Y. P.5U. 'atandard by June 30. Ha* CM V'Mra. A. G. UtUe was hottws to tbe Thursday Luncheon club this »eek when she also entertained Mrs. James H. Bell. •'.; Crabapple Uo&socns formed the «prlngtlmf centerpiece for the lace covered luncheon table arranged for u two course menu. .. Hosiers- was Mrs. Everett B. Gee's gift tor high score. Ch* Has Gaots ., Mraes. Matt Monaghan, Doyle Henderson and Park Hatcliett were entertained by Mrs. Baker Wilson »hen she also had members of the .Thursday Contract club to play cards at her home. .A perfume bottle, the guests award, went to Mrs. Henderson and Mrs. Carrol Blakemore won the cli* prize, a tray. A salad plate was served COMPARE ALL OUR PRICES LIBERTY CASH GROCERS SpecialsJknrJFriday, Saturday and Monday FREE' 5lbs N(IKM I •llvhl V IMWH Highest Patent "oui pretty meimalds wlio Imve won lame anil crowns uy ihslr swimming prowess and are' bidding or new laurels arc shown here, at the women's jutlonal A. A. U. meet in Chicago. Left to right hey are Katnerlne Rawls, 10 who beat her own recaril in tlie Individual medley event; Dorothy Poyn ton, high divuig clmmplun; Eleanor Holm Jarrclt, [timed tor her Olympic exploits; and Olive McKean n new cliamploii, who won Hie 100-yard frqe styb swim from Lcnorc Kieht, defending champion. Eatertam WUk Dtmncr Membcn ot the Rotary club entertained their "Anns" and a few Irtend* with the annum "Ladies jfight" pmrty l«sl evening at tliu Hotel Noble. Dinner was served tlie 70 present to the blue room with B. A. Lynch as totstmaster. The Rev. Frank Smith D. D., of Omahii. Neb., reviewed "Anthony Adverse" by Hervey Allen for the program. A book reviewer of wldc.reputa- Uoc, Dr. Smith entertained his Htfeners with a eoBiprehensive review of this book which is a com- bhutiou of five novels. His same rerlew of this book has been Wjhry patsed by rewipapcrs in Mebntka. ansas Oplonietric association Faragoulrt Sunday morning. Mrs. Edgar Brown has leturne from Flint,' Mich., where she yl itcd relatives for several Mrs. Walttr Rosenthal has r turned from St. Louis where si boiiBHl goods for the New Yq siore for several days. Mr. and Mrs, .Ed B. Cook' li tills afternoon for Advance, M where they will visit for a short time. le Eastern Stra Delegates Meet at Caruthersville eh* wm Hare Dance Thursday -Jack Stafcup and his orchestra will play for a' dance at the country club Thursday evening, nine tfctocav CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.—The annual school of instruction for the fifty-first district of the Order of Eastern Star was held in this city Titcsdiiy afternoon and night. The local chapter was host to members of the twelve other chap,-. | ters comprising the district. , | A banquet, was served at 6:30 jul tlie Methodist Church, with .eighty-five in iitle-ndiuice. I Grand officers present were: Mrs. Candnce Green. Worthy Giand Mutron. Dexter; Miss Nelte Page. Past Grand Matron and present Grand Lecturer. Canton; Mrs. Jessie Lamb Townscnd, Grand Chaplain, Kiinwis City; Mis. Leoru milliiBs. Grand Adah. Kennetl; Mrs. Myrtle O'Ne;ii, District Deputy Grand Matron, FittUMh Distriu. Mnldcn; iiiid Mrs. foim Brown, Gmml neprescntativc to North |C:uui[ii:i, HurncrsvllJe. ! OuesU were piraeiit from Ken- netl, S'.celc, Honicrsrille. Scnatli. Campbell. Conrnn. Portagcvillc. lliiyti. New Mudrirt. Iktnic and Parma. Won Camp Fires Caused Gypsum Mounds Bits oj Neu'S Mostly Personal \ be ncuomn^nlcd by their . c o:\ wl:o has hccrv \ibittt\5 relatives ;vl WhKUlcy. " ier Mr. and Mi.-. W. T. Buiiiell ;md ;Mr. Uitrnctl'-s mother. Mrs. N. M. jBarnell ,sieiil yesterday in Mcm- jphls. I Sir*. J. K Lcnti was ill Carulh- Kk-rtricily for Ancient Ch»»cl • SOUTH CARVER. Mass. <UP>| Electric lights have just been In' stalled In (he 91-year-old Mctho- di.sl Chapel at Huckleberry Cor- FLOUR With Purchase of 20-Lb. Stick Nt> Hirik at Plain or Self 89c MILK, Van Camp or Cottage 3 Tall cr 6 Small CVias lie CRACKERS, "All Crisp". Ib IQc; 2 Ib 19c ROYAL GELATINE, All flavors, pk'g 5c TOMATOES, New Deal. 2% Can 12c PEARS, Rosedale. No. 2y 2 Can 16c COCOA, Mothers. 2-Lb. Can 18c COFFEE, Canova or S. Brook. Lb. 27c Grapenut Flakes, Free Spoon. 2 for 17c RAISIN BRAN, Skinners. Pkg. ~12c CORN, Royal Gem or Fairfield. Can 7V 2 c GRAPEFRUIT, Calif. 64's. Each 7c EGGS, Guaranteed Fresh. Dozen 15c SOUP, Phillips. All Kinds. Can 6c FRUIT For Salad, Libby's. No. 2!4 ('an N'o. 2 Can .. ... 27c ... ISc PINEAPPLE, Libby's. 2y 2 Can 19c TOMATO JUICE, Sugar Loaf. Can 5c PANCAKE FLOUR, Pillsbury. Pkg. lOc PORK SHOULDERS, 'who" Lb. 12V 2 c PORK STEAK, Or Roast. Lean. Lb. 15c SPARE RIBS, Salted. JPoimd J>c HAMS, Swift's Picnic. Pound 12V 2 c WEINERS, Franks or Bologna. Lb. lOc SPARE RIBS, Strictly Fresh. Lb. lOc GROUND BEEF, or Hamburger. Ib 5c HAiMS, Armour's Star. or Whole, Lb. .. 15< PORK CHOPS, Real Nice. Lb. 15c VEAL ROAST, or Chops. Pound lOc BACON, Sliced. Swift or Krey. Lb. 15c SALT MEAT, Licrt Rdilins. 1'ouml .. Slfcak-O-I.can. I'ounit P1MENTOES, Dromedary. 1^ £" :: :..Tc ASPARAGUS, Del Monte. Sq. Can 22c APRICOTS, Rosedale. No. 2% Can 16c HOMINY, Van Camp. No. 1 Can 5c KIDNEY BEANS, Joan of Arc. 2 forlSc STERLING, Macaroni - Spaghetti 3%c BEANS, Navy or G. Northern. Lb. 4c PEAS, Pinto, Ib 4V 2 c; Black-Eyed, lb~5c TOILET TISSUE; Waldorf. Roll 5c MEAL, Quaker Sea Breeze. 24-lb. sk. 39c APPLES, Ark. Blacks. Pound 7c GRAPEFRUIT, Nice, Juicy. Eachjc BANANAS, Golden^ipe. Pound 4c TISjUE^Liberty. 2000 Sheets. 2 for loc KC 25-o/ can 19c Head". Can lOc SAUSAGE, Pure Pork. Pound lOc HENS,'Milk fed. Full dressed. Lb. 17V 2 c BACON Squares, Black Hawk. Lb. 12y 2 c SALT.; MACKEREL, Large Size. Ea. 15c FISH, Fresh River Cat. Pound 25c BEEF STEW, or Roast. Pound Oe LARD, Best Compound. Pound ?%<•' CELERY, Jumbo Stalks. Each 7c LETTUCE, Fancy Firm Heads. Each 5c POLISH, Polly- Shine. Ail Colors. MOPS,- 12 lOunce. Each ' lOc KRAUT, Libby's. No. 2% Can 12c PORK & BEANS, Sugar Loaf or KitteHs Can 5c CHILI, El Toro. No. 1 Can ( Jc STANDARD, Potted Meat 3c; Vienna 7c POTATOES, Red Triumph. Pound 2c ONIONS, Red or Yellow. Pound 4c MATCHES, Pet Brand. 2 Boxes for 7c §nUJP L _Steamboat. IQ-Lb. Can 43c PEACHES,JRgscdaic. No. 2y 2 Can TOILET TISSUE,_Northern."Koll 6c Can 3c Misses Liicilo BourlanU, Genera «4viHe. Mo.. yRAmlay. Jar tcf and Marcucrilc C.oner at- 1 J • *• U.mirnm, of Merced. ended a ™rty In ' crc - • , . ., Wilson last cvc- lantvcil today by plane to be with (irn , 3hu . r Mlss ^ at6 , llet v}]g at|( , llris L u-.dcmvo<xl ... >— Archcolo- tkts of the Interior Department are convinced . that the. hardened gypsum sand mound* in White Sands National Uonurr.enl, New Mexico, were caused by Indian camp fires. .WlKjj- the Indians built their fires »Iong UK Indian trail in National Park Mr. and Mrs. a. F. Gay nr.t! ',,,. nn( j daughter. Miss Mary Blanch*-. Mrs. \f iKk C. VI. Garrison and <\ au S' ucr ; college at St. Charles. Mo., arrived Gay, will spend the weekend ^! vc5 , 01(iav an( , a mlmbcr „, rc!;1 . Columbia. Tcnn.. as yiiosts of B.!, iV( , Sp ,^ m M inillgton , TCIIIV. win F. Gay jr., who attends Columbia ! motor Qm . jn , hc monljngi Military Academy. ' Mr ailc) Mrs . Ccci , slwilc arr Mrs. A. T, Cioar has returned |;,;tcndins 10 business in Little to her home in Union City, Tcnn.. Iftock today. •\tlcr a brief visit \vlth Jlr. and i j T. Collins, who is seriously ill HELENA, Moi-.t. (UPI— Tradl- ticnal "Apni showers" have paint ed broad Brins on tlie laces of Montana farmers. After one of the mildest and driest winters in tlie history of tl-.c Treasure state, far- lers were looking fomard to sum-, mer months with considerable ap- prer.eiision. M,,ch of .lliis appro Garden. Pound 2c moved. however, has now teen re- New Mexico,: the Serrlce reported, the peculiar Tupelo. Miss., where he is employ- I U. A. uyncli ultended to business cd on a paper owned by hLs lath- in Memphis ycslcrdny. cr. Edgar G. Harris, after veiling | Dr. J. L. Guard will discuss : white gypsum sand in that area became cemented. As the wind (IWodged soft soil from the the cemented sand fire . Subsequent fires, it was ex- Tere. built on the hard- ground "ir.d unique foniia iradualrf were' created. frtteoa 'at ashe«, broken f, tUavexl flakes, arrow- ami ether ,signs of Indian . , ttj notmd tbe mouldi, tt .*•»".•<*<" hot credence to tbe I • 4r>mat«ri.<aBTiettoD,' ,!rs. C. W. Gnrrigan. Sidney H'.irris lu.s reuirnrd .from a gland ailment. Is now nblc to.to Iw up. iiere as the guest o! MibS Mary BUmclre Gay. Mrs. Frank Highfill and H. Hlgh- fill and their houscgucst. Miss Margaret RiKy. ol West Point, MUs., and Dr. Edna Nics, arc in aiptils today. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bnmctl and Mr. Barnetl's mother, Mrs. N. M. Barnelt, left today noon for St. Louis and Chicago. They plan to return Sunday or Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner have Orthoplics" at the meeting of the Northeastern District of the Ark- WAKE UP SINGING! gone to Wheatlcy, Litlie Rock and <"'" ' Jki =f ."'• f '?. - Mr*. AlUtt >I. Jni of .'14 N. Cherc4.cc Mi:^V.o«cc. Ofcli . M "When my .Iji:ch:rr <P^- f.rt k(t> was R:owEr.fi intc *cnunlnXKl, die bftsiiK iur,t!o"n atnl dflinic, had in IKT back, anrt riii sftib'c. Slit hid lirsd mt>it of the lirr^. :rct's Favoiite Frt scrip- Sheddan's Salve Hcst for Crono Oood ncwi lor mothers! Witti Shcdrinn'.s rapid acting and rv. tremely drop penetrating s.iui- you can break up croup. co;;<hs s.iirt congrslion. Never have yon soi-ii—or used—a salve that ('111.5 the phlrgii). relieves clioktuz ,jr cncis inngi'itivc couijlis quirker O r 'ie thoioughly. Shiddan's Sai' contains a medicine you never 5 in ordinary .valves—a medicine that fights coM congestion, soreness, aches and pain. Two kir.ris: M!m lor chiliircii, STRONG for adults —Adv. 1 BELLPEPPEKS,_ Pound CLEANSER^junbrite. 3 Cans jorJ4c or Wilson Nut. Ib lOc Ib pkg WESSON_OIL^ AndJVIixer. All For 49c SOAP, Camay or Palmolive. Bar 5c ^ Every Day Can MACKEREL, Salmon Style. Can Mixed Vegetables, Phillips. No. 2 can lOc CORNED BEEfVLjbby's. No. 1 SQ. 17c Chum. SALMON, Can 12c PICKLES, Sour or Dill. Quart Jar 15c MUSTARD, Marco. Quart Jar. Each lOc SARDINES, American. Can 3V 2 c SUPER SUDS, 2 Packages SELOX, Small Sis;e 5c; Large Size 12c SOAP, O. or Crystal While Glint l>;ir% 6 for 25c SALAD DRESSING, Qt. 22c; Ft. 12c PICKLES, Bread & Butter. i5-oz jar 15c SOAP^, Lifebuoy or Lux. 2 for 13c OLIVES, _Roscdalc._ Quart Jar 31 c GINGER ALE, or Lime Rickey. Qt. BLACK PEPPER, Climax. 4-Oi. (Jox Hot for ««fal days. Upon their return Monday they will '=•• <m ir.niku uwce. llemotrlioids (Pikj) cured without the knife. Other rectal rtiseasr* treated. Vartcosed veins treated I>RS. NIES it NIES W. Miln Ptinne 01 gHRJMP ! _VVet or Dry Pack. Can lOc SALMON,j\Icrrimac. Lge. 21c; Med. He CJII^ESE,J>hilade1phia Cream. 2 for 15c jHJTTER^Swift's Brookfield. Pound 27c BUTTER, Cresta or A mer. Maid. Lb. 2(ic FLQjJR^ary Jane. 12 Ibs 47c; 24 Ibs 85c COFFEE, Uamer Lane. Pound 24c EXTRACT, 1 '™|; hor 8-oi. bottle 22c STRAWBERRIES, Fresh. 2 Pints 25c ORANGES, California. ISO's. Dozen IWc GREEN ONIONS, __ Bunch 2c CABBAGE, Texas Green. Pound 2c Largo Bunches. Each 4c RADISHES, Fresh. Hundi 4c liunch CAIlROTvS, CAULIFLOWER, Snow While. TM: COFFEE, f'hasc A; S:inborn Lb. 27c RICE, Fancy Blue Rose. Pound 4 1 / a e — TEA, Lipton's. % Lb. 22t-; V4 Lb. 42c GRITS, Bulk. Pound 2V 2 c APRICOT PIES, Pound lOc PICKLES, Sweet Mixed or Plain, qt 23c COFFEE, Liberty Special Pound POTATOES. Red. Pound 3%c |j SALAD OIL liulk. Qt. 25 C

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