The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 19, 1934 · Page 2
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COURIER Sociti Calendar FRIDAY'S FVJKTB U. D. C. having » call meeting. 3 pja., at home of Mrs. Joe B. Mrs.' Tred Rutherford having Party, 2;JO pjn. rJcui Legion anct aiuillary having Joint meeting at Woman's club, 1:30 p. in. .Music department of woman's club meeting at clubhouse at three o'clock. Hy Shy Njr Sunday school date «f FiiH Baptist church meeting with Mrs. Pkat stcoy and Mrs 'a T. Worthy at Secoy home. V. D. C. UH»»t A Cal Meeting. The !oe«; O. D. C. nill have a call Keeling Friday afternoon, 2 oc.ock, at the home of Mrs. Joe 3. pyialmnty lor the purpose of sc««»» the stone to be used tor Hie two boulders to be erected at Blytheville slid Osceola in honor of Confederate soldiers of MlsslsslpnJ county. ^ * * • Eatertalw chib. Mr«. Firwwortli Black, of Mem- PJ)U, who is lhe guest of her modi- «, M". A, U. Butt, and Mrs. Max D. Miller w«re entertained by Mrs. -. - —• — .-.v club Ihls week for lunch and a bridge game. A cow luuch was served In two courses. In the bridge g»me s Mrs toSb H **" W>n "" prlMl balh aery — • — -w.»- .-i. AA-V; am: mi L. Tlpton; piano solo, Mre. Mrs. 0«orfe' M. Lee und Mrs. W. L. Homer «re lo be hostess. Mrs. C. R. .Waters Sliowerrd at Merlin*. Al the meeting of the Maple Grove Cemc-tcry association Tucs- SaH!c Hubier. Mrs. C. R. Waters was thc guest of Iwnor because she Is moving soon 1 0 Memphis, slic was showered with handkerchiefs b y the 12 members present It wu reported ( h«t tho cemetery Is now in an excellent condition for the summer. In tJ« social hour n salad was M'ved with |;ot tea. Ultt Women lure A MlMlon Program "Waking TO a Vision" subject used for a m Tale leader. Mrs. . presided In the business Mrs. Tale discussed the life and »orks of Ruj-sd.ei, Mrs. w. L HOT j»r tcki of Hobbena and Mrs. Q Aim ^ tOOIt U!> lhe » wk « " Alma-Tadema . *««». i. E. Crili to 0«c., ' J of the church or W. Bible To Attend **• t- A. Meetl.,. A number of Parent-Teacher «* woatwi members fromlSs ^ Pan lo attend the meeting of lhe OB nn M«ic WiU Be Glre« Indian music will be featured in a program ot " " The program, arranged by Mrs „ .. the woman's Missionary society of (he First BarHls church Monday afternoon. a f I c jjhureh. Mrs. K. D. Marr was thc Th *» "'»<!« tulles: "Lo, I Am with • "U Aiwitys, Mi's. John Bucbfliun • "*'*kcnlriz To a Vision ** \i i M;, D ^ hOP; "A" 1 ""*'* Awakening,' M". Bf,, Herrlson; "Prayer thn Aw.konin, ABfn ,,. ' Mr , $^ crs Prayers were olfered by Mrs H. L. Reeder and Mrs. w. A Stick- i- ays. Louio Aijplebainn and Joe Kmci, «tl«nd«l 'lo buZ.4 in Memph Mrs. to St. . Paul Cli'cciwcll was called Unite yesterday because o! trie critical illness, of her father Mr. Grecnwell uccnin|i.inlcil liei to Cape Olrurdcnu wlicre f\w inei. a sister. Miss Stella lt«edy, who has been seriously ill, u improved. Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes H. licli \dll more May 1 to the residence oy Mrs. Joe Meyers adjolninf lite 8. Joseph liome on West Main wreet near Division. 8tate con - Bits of Netca Mostly Personal •Mrs. J. lias returned . . . s rurne Irom Chicago 1 where she has been fortwo and a half months She . *«s accompanied home by Roy Cox, of that city, who « tlic guest of Mr. and Mrs :k Thomas and Mr. and MIS! .woen. . - - • r »'her home because, of ilte'ss." Joe. ApjMrbaum and Philip A p- p.ebaum Spent yesterday in Mcm . Phis. . ,' Mrs. B. A. Bugg fa expeclcd lo ih » Seek Cooperation b Preserving Cemetery An appeal to pedestrians not to walk ici-oss the o!d cemetery on Walnut elreet is being made relatives of those buried [here. C. E. Crlgger stated today women, Inlereslcd in the sidewalks aroujid the cemetery to that it would not be necessary for any one to ivalk ncross tlie iravec. Pioneers of the city are attempt- Inf to keep the burial ground ail attractive cemetery and lire asking that all co-operate. ' Meeting Postponed The meeting of the Young Men's Agricultural club, scheduled for this evening, has been postponed until next Thursday evening, It will be held at Harris' park with lhe sponsor, Charles T. Kramer, present. Next Time You liuv A Laxative, Hi- Sure To Try Black-Draught Bei'»iisc KO many men ami women have (old Itielr friends how they like Thcdford's Black-Draught, It is one of (he lurBcst-selllug laxatives. Hero's a lyplcal c«w "I lake Black-Drniiijhi for constipation which, until relieved, causes lie to have a dull, tired feeling and severe headnchcs u-hlch unfit me !or my work," writes Mr w D Stewart, of Tnllnssee. Ala. ' "A friend lold me (o try Bluck.,, and he was n Mr-mi m- deed, for Black-Draught has saved nc dollars anil has helped me to work:."..'..Get a package today price as cents. " _Adv.3BP' "The Proper Thing" iSkUh-d Operators Only Appealing Beauty— tliat will capttu-c attention und create admiration is achieved with a Cromu K iiole i. crrnsnt^nf Wm*** * "*" operators know how to give them. ' CrocfuigiioJu Wave «C(]A Complete with Shampoo V°«W and Finger \Vi.vc Other Waves 53.5(1 and $5.0(j Margaret Deen Beauty She I'hone 106 New Summer Wash Frocks At A Special Introductory Price FRIDAY and SATURDAY The ?3.50 and $3.95 Dresses win lhe favor of man 51.89 Dresses ^100 , 1LI £repe. Skirts, pink and white - - §2.29 h Full fashioned, sheer chiffon Sis Children's Wash Kroeks Sheers and I'riuis 69cr89c- 1,25 1.19 to 1.89 The Ladies Toggery of Kress' ' niere arc ' t " abo " 1 me and stand Ulltl | thc vlsuinj{ nown lo them or not. cl 61e $ to T v°-ak Kly WhOSe fliellck st01 " r> iiHioductioij unless she Jaioivs that one of t h0£ . e ,, t h r, 1 lie visitor are for sonic ream JPMUIU to meet. H (lie ladles are introduced the onc.i_il th; tuble do not rise Ormlrmwi nt, table do not rise w.ien another ecntlcman stop.s ; table unless there is a Kit' di/ferencc in age ' few rules of ctl- • 'voiam'nnt manncr.s. ,,! C ,rt °." e ladyi p(l£5 '" B another iatcd at a table In a restaurant, ops and shakes hands, the one no is seated does not rise, im*s Kile Is very young und UIG ™!,,L ) ^ ln 8 f ",n«»ic old. AIJ me at the table of course CARD OF THANKS We wljh to express our deewst •«llt«te to the nev P v t .7 ««. the Rev. w. j Lcroy a.^ ,n our friends lor their kindness and ou'r"lo '" " IneSS nnd *»'h "r H ~.— V ^ t° express aonrecii lion for the Horal offerings H- M. Hlllls and family. Mrs. J. D. cope. THURSDAY. APRIL 18, 'It's Smart to Be Thrifty."-lt's Easy Here for Biliousness Sour Stomach Gas and Headacto Constipation rX Dressy for Spring Days! 3-pc. SUITS DEPT. STORES ygTST" "h IBI " N THK 01,1) (JRAN1) UiADER COKNEK .-. SPRING TIME FASHIONS FOR LITTLE FOLKS At Prices Less Than Mother Can Make The Suits and Dresses We Offer WE ARK EXCLUSIVE DKALKRS FOR Mitzi Dresses \m*\ m< 9950 50 2 ? 50 |50 ?\ ffi m fV *vV>-3 ^•V4F *;y:i f -, ? v*":: : , my \^s*? /. •% • %4 fer ' .w . VWI1 . ,,„„.. fll| . S|)n - r ((av: . "* ami many other Hays (his smnrnri' ("ill for .-:om(!lhimr , mn . 0 , , t( a spe.,-1 o.Hlil. , lcre - s a Mlj j ( '^ J J occR.'ions and f or business WCHr . Or wautifiiHv tailored light weight worst,,is scry rchiied pattems and ,, cw stro<im . I ne model AJ, 0 ,, c ,v Sji ( ,r( s t y | c< ;„ eluding MID Bi-Swing model J SPORT OXPORDS All i\'c«- Slyli-s : lMlll-|Jit.s|i .%,;-",( orliuic 81 - §5 K. D. Hughes & Co. Now l.ocak'd :j i, riflr _ s Wcs , {)f ^ Thf . ilrc ANKLETS In Silk Itayon and Mesh, i n every conceivable color combination. W2 knuiv these values cannot possibly be equalled ou today's market Sizes 4 to 10. Lay iu a summer supply at these prices. 10c--15c 'ITicsc are Hie cleverest styles, with Hemstitching, dainty embroidery and other finishing touches, which absolutely cannot be duplicated in other children's dresses. Children rave and mothers give a sigh ol relief when they see these dresses ftt Printed Batiste and Other Dainty Prints FAST COLOR DRESSES These come in organdy trim, with puff sleeve and in cool sleeveless models, in all colors. Sizes 2 to 6 Genuine "I™ 1 " Print Pajamas (|1C HI>e '«r Pan" label in each g.rnicul. Cut alor/j full Siles 3 ' itlcs ' in lhc n '« l W"" sl>'l«. They're (i,e practiwl jar- mcnt for Airing and summer wear. Many patlerns, all fast color. Little Boys SUITS Mothers will be pleased with thew styles, with applique embroidery trim. F or boys, 2 to (J years. In solid colur broadtlollis, in darker color trims, with pn , lls t h a t button on to thc waist. Some nave linenc pants. The finest quality broadcloth put into little boys' suits, wear long and launder well lar values. For Older GIRLS Sizes 7 to 14 Htyllsh iuo<l?)5 in line riuality fast rotor prints, in a grade tliat should sell for SI. but which we feature specially al l »« tOor dresses, it, j avorc( | sly , K The Daintiest Little Frocks 59' Orgunriy prims and solid colors, with iittiu bows and tieback styles. Sizes 2 lo S lOc values, at What a buy. 1 While grom-.d rioted Swiss and organdy and dainty pastel broadcloths. In f"'icy styles for IHtle 1 to 3'year old misses. 3 Specials Itnyon Taffvtii Princess vSli Silk liayun Valletn. ti;is cut. with lace trimmed California or Bodice top. Never before have you hccn able to bay such a value. Regular 7£]c values. Thru Saturday Only! Full Fashioned Silk Hose Color Wash Dresses NOT aprons, bill riaitity print drosses wltli organdy Irlni anrt plenty o( hand wovfc In all sizes from ,-, [ 0 52—vat dyed, and Exirn Stiecial. Dollar Values Scrviri- u-t-ight silk with lisle 10 P- Full fashioned 42-puage 7 Ilircad hose. Also 42-gunge 4 Ilirwri rlillloii K-clelit. Rcg- ular "3c value.

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