The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1938 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 28, 1938
Page 5
Start Free Trial

BIAT1IEVILUC (AKK.)" COUU1E11 NEWS CODK1KR NEWS COMPLIMENTARY TICKET This Tlphcl Will Adwll W. U. Met'iinii ;ilid i-guipiiniu Coder, .Mo. —to llic— KIT/- Xllti/VTUK —lo sc«— "DJVOKCi; OF LADY X" Social Calendar I'RIUAY a li'VKNTh Executive board of Woman'.-: .•iioiitiry Union of First Biii church iiicclini', 2:30 o'clock liojnc of Mrs. Walter Bishop. Have Afternoon Meeting Fourteen members of tlio "D" L-li;i|)ter of ilic P .13. O. sitilerliorjil :iltcndc(i Ihe afternoon iiii'ctuis; yesterday when Mrs. T. J. Mulian entertained tliein nt her home which wns decorated willi vases ol white nconics nrul old fashioned Dinks. Mrs. C. W. Afllk-k was in I'liiirgr uf tlie program on which Miss Mar- 1,'jicl Sliavcr reviewed Uic play. "First. Lady," by Georye B. Kaufman and Katlierinc Daytou. Following (lie reviuw. (lie hasten licrvcil a salad plate. • * • Have Uingo 1'arfy Uoiiriuels ol spring flowers will) robe.s predominating were used in llic Moon home when Mr. and Mrs. J. Nonis Moon and Mr. and iMri. I. O. Weslbrook entertained 25 members of the Golcicn Rule ami- day school class of the First, Christian church .with a bunco parly last, night,' In the sanies, G. W. Rose received liigli score prize, nsli trays, and Mis. George W. Patterson, the low pi-ire, a table mat. The traveling prize, stationery, went, to J. J. Bryant. Following the bunco panics, the guests were served a dessert course. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia "Well, wouldn't you cry if you were goiu' lo be Queen of tile May. an' your_ mother wouldn't let,you cut the sleeves o(T your long underwear? Wilson Society—Personal At the Hospitals Lnlaliins Cluh Mrs. L. H, Mooi'e wa.s hostess lo Dtcuibcrs of llic Wcdnc.-::i,\v Con- liacl club and llirec guests. Mrs. Cecil Shane, sirs. J. H. Elkins and Mrs. Jolih C. McHaney. at an ;>f- i "' c . tcrnoon party yesterday at hcv home. Jiouqtict.s of ])couies and roses were arranged in llic living ruoin where llic bridge wa.s playcU. .At llic conclusion of llic games, a sandwich plate was served. Mrs. W. D. McCUirkin was pre- «ciilc:l (lip club prize . for hi«li score liui'iiig the afternoon, and Mrs. lilkins, tlic uucst prize. •* t * Ifavc Bridge Tally The Wednesday Bridge club and Mrs. Eurl Kocnt?., of Fulton. Mo., who is thc hoiisceucsl. of her mother. Mrs. IT. M. Bryan, Mi's. L. H. Old. Mrs. p. B. joyner and Jlrs. Elton Kirby were (he guests o: Mrs. Marvin liol)ia->on and Mrs. W. D. Cliamblin when they cnlct- lained with luncheon and bridge at (be Chiimbiin home yeslei-day vttcrucon. 'I lie three course lunch was served at small IttblCK arranged in the living room which was dccnrulcd in peonies, roses and irises. Small vases of cornflower:; and rosebuds were used on (he centers of the tables. Durrni; llic afternoon. Mrs. W. H. Min.varti lield hiijli ICOIT mirl Jii:>. BaKcr Wilscn. second hi;;h mnoiri (lie club ineinbers. The client prUc went ID Mm. Juyncr. l : [inlkner-Payin: A wedding of Ijciiutiful simplicity ami of interest lo Iheir many iiicnds in this .section was that of Miss rUilh Faulkner, daughter of Hcv. iinJ Mrs. E. W. Faulkner of Wilson, and Mr. H. R. Payne, jr.. son cf Mr. and Mrs. 11. R.'Payne, sr.. of West Memphis. 'I lie double- ring ceremony was performed by llic brhlc's father, the Rev. E. W. P'.iiilkiicr. ;i(. Hi? Methodist dinrcli in Wilson, at six o'clock -Saturday cvcniu;;.' April 23rd, in the presence or thc immediate mcnikcrs of ,b)Lli families, Miss Corinnc Taync. sister ol (he Ijridei'.ronin, was tin: bride's only attendant, and Paul Faulkner attendee! the bridegroom. .Mrs. George Allen Overslrccl presided at Ihe oi-siiii. j:!iiyiii3 "Lolicngriir-s V.Vd- diiiB' March" as Ihe processional and Menrtcllbohn's as a recessional, .-in.-l "I Love You Truly" softly clur- inj the •:ereiuony. 'ihe bride attended Hurdiir,' Col- lesc and stale Teachers College at, Conway. After a .short honeymoon din. they will make Iheir home in Wcsl Memphis, where the bridc- gicom is conneclcd with the Dacus Lumber Company, Out. of town gitc.sls were Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Payne, sr.. »f \\'cst Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Paul V'aulknrr of Mule Rock, and Mr. an:! Mrs. George .•Mien Orerstroel of Alorrillton. Bits of News Mostly Personal Marvin Mmn I* iiUeiidlng to l)iisim<s.s in Kmiw. 1 ; city for « lew ilays. Mr. mul Mrs, j m . i,. -f mmr ;UU | Miss Siillic Iliutdlcston, of Memphis, wern guests of Mr. TunnM''.-* siMrr, Mrs. Vli'Bil Cirernr, null family Smithy. 't'he Kcv, iinil Mr;;. W. i\ Uwlcy "lid son. David, of Jolnei 1 , were here ycslcrdny iiftcrnoon for a brief viril with llirlr jiiuents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon unit Mr. and Mrs. " B. Coolcy. 'Ji'Bll (Jrceue iiHvmlctt to IJU.M- nets in joiieslioro Tueailiiy. Dr. :md Mrs. c. B. "unisford .s|>cnl yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. 15. W. Simmons Is ill «( her home from intlnen-«i. Mr*. K. M. Jaircp. uf Osteoln, vlsllnl friends hoc 'Iiiesday, . Mrs. John Miles Miller, Mrs W J. \Viiiulci-lich and Mrs. ^ a ^ vr Wilson it-em lo 51. Louis yesterday, 'nicy arc expected lo rcliini in llic morning. Airs. li. A. Biigg i s siwridliiy lo- <tiiy in Mcmplils. Mrs. C. C. Stevens mul (;rai;tlson. Bill I'oUcr, wlm Imve Drai vlsilhm ni SI. ixHiis for several days, me expected lo icliirii today. They Joined Mrs. Anne Stevens Potter. \vlio lists been ui c miesl of friends there for twine lime. Cecil Slinnc and Oscar Feudlcr went, to Hot Springs yesterdiiy nl- Icrnocn for llic Mule liar 'iisso- cation meeting there. Mr, aiul Mrs. Theodore Logan left yesterday for fihnorc, Ohio, because of llic illness of Mr. Loean's incthcr, Mis. Mury Loisiin. They ylnn to l.-c ^ic tea a ivuok. Dcjuonsl ration Club News Notes I-'iuly nml I'lRlil The Mirly mid liijjhl llonii' Ocui- oiiMriitliin dnl) mcL Tluirsdny ul, the kUdivn lor Iniu-li lollinvlni; which the iiiciutiers tmitlc 11 (imrof the different homes in llich • 1-0111- nmnUy »:, a means nV obsndn;; "Kctlrr Humes" wi'i-k wlitdi fc ninv IHirliij; tin- hnii'lu'iiu, Mi^.s liiir- liiiui I'lird, « lueiuhrr ol Mie l-ll i-hil-. rniiMiuliipii wilii u ri'iidhri. 'Ihe alleriKHin w;it; .-ponl In visit- ins in dtllPii'iil hrnicii ami mur.ini: n li 'i t>f liuiMiiwiwnlv 'llicinniilici.-; i)'-iU-<l lliu-p ni'\v HniiMi'.s In (he iniiiinnntly iinil they ;ils;o look ItiiKh to a friend ivliii «-as ill. The I'liib will invet with Mrs. )''r<-:l Kins. M'IV r». Itnl Cellar 1ih|u)ilanl Mulil-KKl«HOn<.), 'ivnn. (Ul'i A ti.OlKl-nitle leli'iihiinc cull uliinil mi cnlrr ot 'reiiliCMcc red ce;l:ir «a:. all in the day's work lur r, Mui-]iliree:,lMiro operator. Tin' call-- l(Jin;rsl ever received liciv-iMim 1 Iroin Cuechnsbvnliia. Scout News Boys ; Girls llcvif.vvs liook Mrs. F. I/, K Citadel" l>y Dr. Mrs. A. '!'. Mend, of Joiner, underwent a mnjcr opcnilion at (lie Walls hospital today. J. P. Morris was removed from Ihe Bhthcville hospital lo his luinic leday in a Holt ninbultuicc. Mrs. W. J. Shcddan, of Osceola. is a patient m liie Memiilils Ilap- liospila). Harvey Perinehter, of Luxtirn was taken lo Ihe Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday. Mrs. Carl Brents, of near High- j liosnii'..!^ br -° USllt ' l ,° thc Willis 13 racmfurnlsncdniwrlmenl. 108 W. [iOM)il.iMo(la^ni a Holt ambulance. Kentucky, phone U83. 28-pk-O. TOO l.ATi; TO CLASSIFY For Kent Comfortable front bedroom. 515 W. Walnut,, call 351. 28-ck-W. Furnished bedroom. •)!)» So. Second, phone 284. 28-pk-3. THE AWFUL PRICE YOU PAY FOR BEING WERVOUS nrrvfa can nuiki* yn\\ nl<l ami ^i'ii looking, crutilty ami Inm! (o Hvn %i'iLli — t-an l(cop you » \\nhv ntuliin nn'l roh you [i[ coot! hcnltli, u-io.l tlim-J mid )uli!>. Wljal ynii sOiQLiiil \ry £3 ri [v.irnrnlurly tramnn'e t'tnte— nml r'niM ynu ILIK ' for nuvthln^ wliostj urnvi'd t ' 'd tlintk Hint wnrliMunviun Ly*Ji:i I 1 !. n'hftriatn'B \Vi;i<tn!itQ CftinimniiiU E^t Ufl wjjoLradiiiL' ht-rbfi »n'l cMii holri Na(»rr culm your slirk^inK IUTVI-P, tnrnj ii[> yuur nyfi'.m, ylvn in<ir«i L-ncr«y uml niakr |I'(B world llvtim ii«a(n. More thmi n million wnrnon liavo re* rorlcrl lininit -why nnl til I»tnWi:ini'a C:ftrniiounil litll> YOU, loo, In «n "urnil- " \\ilwr , , trim" IryltiR (tnir^; (ikp it \a\n \ >i:falpfii) women E«r tin- nnm Uvt'J Hnns? IT MUtJT.HK C,Qt)l)l B;!|:tlsl Siniflay Srhoul - Tarty AliKUl Jilty niciiUjCLs ol the adult HlHi yoilll-r linoplc'K flUSKPS uf !)iC H:u:tisl Church atlcnlcd a purty , given :il thc Wilson Community j Cluh llonsr 1 tu'Mlay cvcJiiug, April A.'.rcrnnin :!(* jf"• p"' 1 ^ wre'sliigcii mcclhiB ol llic Delphian l-inr Arl.s . _°..,! l ..''™.. <linr< ! re " 1 ..S rn "Ps rcprc- iiwrnin;; at the Si-ou[i yeslrrtliiy Hotel Nohle. 'Hie roll call whicli the inoiiiljrrs anuvei-rd l;y current events on the loj;ic of CM Mexico v.-a,-; folloued sent in;: Ihe '•Ijoii.v 1 .' "Rotiirmns", and "Kiwanian.s'. followed by dc- lidctis refreshuiciHs. A pei-fecl ruby i,| wurlli M-veral times a Koad .si/x- !•> • niiifli ;is ;.-. coiiipofcil or MIS. James f Mis. R. C. Rose and M,. s W. Dilhiluinly was C |. nl; <; ru ,- fic IMllfllln Bum A daughter w;i:, IM>III [„ M fi :lll ,| Mr;:. Jatnrs Mnnrirr ycstriduy inciniin: a I- llin l;mue ',,r j| IY J MrimieVs ]];ircnls. Dr. ;iiic| ,\hs' G. C. CiilSwrll. Mrs. Mrurrirr WHS l!:c fnniior Prances Ciilttwcll. '1'lic Ijaby, who weighed seven ami a hall ijoinuls at Ijivlli. Ims been named Linda Jo. Ksprrls estimate tin- hni innni-| In!ion <;f England :il 80,000.000. ; {'ills i-wry \\'K DKL1VEK 101 S. Division .Street PHONE C. L NABERS GROCERY & MARKET Specials Friday, Saturday, Monday April 2!Hh, :!IK1\. and ft lav and. HOMINY, No. 2 can 2forl4c COFFEE, Folger's, 2 Ib. can 55c Crowder Peas, Fresh, No. 2 can 12c RINSO, Regular Package, 2 for 17c CORN FLAKES, Kellogg's 3 lor 17c TOMATOES, No. 2 can each 07c PINEAPPLE 'GEMS' 11 o/.. Can, A. fin- TOMATO PASTE, Spring Valley SUNSHINE CRACKERS, 1 Lb. box TOMATO JUICE, Campbell's, 14 oz. can BROOMS, Kitchen, 5 Strings, 50c Value 2 for 05c 17c 3 for 23c 35c Blytheville String Beans> Ho, 2 Can „ . Each 80 TEA, Sam Pan, 1-4 Ib. Package, Tea Glass Free SPAGHETTI, Franco-American CORN, Pride of Illinois, No. 2 can JELLO, Assorted Flavors, Coffee, Bean's High Grade 23c per can 0!)c .1... each 10'/ 2 c per package 05c I is the breakfast bank on" says Great American Alt-Star Quarterback, VERfii HVFFMAN, pilot of thc 1337 winning All-Star Football learn! • Mothers by the millions ^givc ihis wonderful wholc-gwia cereal to children because it's so rich in food energy, so rich in flavor. Yet cosls hut liccnt per portion.Tlicre is no other oatmeal like Quaker Oais!... And Quaker Oats lias th= r\tra valucof Nature's Vitamin B- luc precious vitamin you need daily to combat nervousness, constipation, poor ap. petite!, ..I-ayin a supply today! It's a way tosavcmoncy! BRACK-UP MRVes&D/GESTfON SALMON, Chum, No. 1 Tall can SUGAR, Cane, Domino, In Cloth Bags, 1WLK, Cottage, 3 Large cans 21c; 6 Small cans PEANUT BUTTER, Johnson, The Best FLOUR, Dixie, Guaranteed, 24 Lb. sack, 2 for 23c 10 Lbs. S3c . . 21c Quad 21c Special 68c LAIIY RAI TIMADF l)111 I ' AY ^IM;.\|<K I l.naf .Intnlio l!rc:ul fenwi Mnk i IITIVHI. jjuji, f ()1 . STRAWBERRY PASTRY SHELLS each 02c We Specialize in Parly Cukes, Ki.lls of All Kinds. Ulylhevilk HaUinjy Cti. I'hoiu- 11(1. !.OH>.SC, Pure per II). 11 CHEESE Full Cream per Hi. 18 lies! I'rwiiiiery |)IT H). 33 OLEO BEEF ROAST, Swift's Premium HAMBURGER MEAT-Made—Not Accumulated D. S. JOWL MEAT per Ib. 22c per Ib. 15c oer Ib. 12c Swift's Premium, lialf or Whole HAMS We hake Hams free of charRe, when STEAK, Round or Loin, Best Grade KREY'S PURE LARD, 25 Ib. cans, SALT MEAT, Wilson Branded ]| )s . i'cr '"'V from us- D c r Ib. 30c ' $2,87 perlb. 15c dime lu ^ ee " s 1' lease tome to see us Uiis week cml. Useless to say you're welcome overy one; lliinn. 1 aye we your wants lo attend, ^ vcf y - sin S Ic !loui ' 'I'" Uie day is done. Kor \ve have here the bargains you see];, Our specials having l )C en chosen with wire; Only the best is offered this week, Do iiot miss tin's opportunity rare. (Ir (livens a Hi in Mr. Miu'iiul;, dlslriol. sroul exi-c- nlls'i-, will c.sphilu Uip (icoiit MI- liilc. tin- <n-|;iiiii/,u(ton of patrols within the imop, and Ihe iidvnn- l.'ie:, ul imluil divi:,lons. 'I lii 1 iLiinlii'j ctuira'. llnniiili ile- !l'ilH-;| lllllll.llilv |«r (lip |;lvilll; lit in-Uiirtiijii:. In liiioj) leaders mi ))ur- Wr,: nl M'diilini; and lunv lo i;p| the lii-.-.l ivsnlls. is open lo nnv .idiill vilin is Intcri-stc'd In diis ttorlv. Mm-]) ol Uic court,!' is In llu in: in ol ;i round luble iliwiisslon ' leatlcr nmlillnitlni; his >. 'I'lii 1 icoul nianiiiil is nlsu led uii'l at each I'Viday nlRht tin;. Dine i.s an iiislructlvo talk, Tlic (ludcly longlfjjs liituct h;i6 UK eyes In the of Its back. PAGE 'FiVI'r'^ - _ '. OH thc planet. Uranus, a year* contalife 68,000 Uayb. 3 iff A NOTICE Ui't'iiuKo of tlio doxing t)fsli»|>« ihis lor [he IjHsehiill iranie we will I'unLimm mir extra DRESS SALE Ilivini^li 1'Ylilay, Saturday and iMomliiy. K.v livme value*. Chuck wilh Wednesday'* Courier Ne\vn mid Hit' dsiily radio pi'wam at')2:'20. Big 'iciit of ilrusxofi hmijjht cHpeuiullv lor tliiw THE LADIES TOGGERY lii|;r;nn 1'lione .'.151 " ^^*~^]L«rgaii.-JHIiMiaiiMft>it«- •i)<! . •; ,y KKASONS wh >' I'KNNBVS nnd-.|»KNNKVS CUSTOM- H i/'l , ,'," rm ' ssUm Krt in our hnir. .lust tarcl'ullv TOM! th« 25 jcniK lislcd beliiw uml y, m will realize lliul we have swuVcd lirst qual- .1y mcrt-hnudlsc «| ,,,-«.« lower thau (hey were during the big ,l ep reJslin "'•''?-- 1)l T imlS " |H> " (h( » w ' l "'l» <T y««l8 of the newest fuhrii* for your .every .s|)ri,, K ltlu | ww \ nK imtl , t , hlV h n** .' f - Vm ' l !» vcnl «-.««'vL. < r 01 ,e of «„,- & K " liy Iliy store, \ V o' ru K n\\nK une Tor .you. Nu. 1 .S|!i'iuiv Saving Values! RAYONS KAHKICS! 39c AitvarUvi! prlnled i:rc|)c.s yini'll waul fer sprlni; nml Mimmer (rocks. Use thc .•olid color I'cttclililaom for slips and hntcrlf. It's wiiiih- aljlc! FLOUR SACKS (JO ON SA1.K SATUUDAY Ironed N«. .'!. SHOIH' UiNGTH I'KKCALUS! ard iii tful'l mine for 1 lo H) yard iiieces, Kttst to wiisliinjr f _ 'n htinior.s! Yd, m. G ilorc's it trcniciuloiw Ijiirgiiiu very ••*>-», . Moltjoni |)i'ic(.-(l l.hi.s low, .Yd XfcC N(l - 5- I''A"«()US AVKNUB I'lillCAliics Talk iilxHil value. . . THIS IS IT! 4 f\, •^''j)M,_|)hii ( |K t florals. Yd ; XOC N »- «• MAI,AH/VU I'UIN'l'Hl) CAMlilUC Duriiljfc, it UiuiulcfK bL'aulirtilly iimljiits u sufi, Hinoolh finiah. Yi|. Nu. 7. PATUIOIA' I'lllNTU!) lUTISTE ; :.• I'n'cwl uiticli lower than you if PJ wniild c\x|iucl_fo£ljiili{_i r uiilitv! Yd. J. OC N(». H. SOLID COLON imoAljcumT- and -priiiled and phtin color I»EK- ft CA1.KK. JIG" \Vid.u. Yd. ^^_. OC No - "' -^)N KONNICT »A'I'J.STKT&(1 cotton wiuurs! A wonderful' uavinir i« tliril'iy .scwci-. _10c N "' '"• 1 5''!, ) ,! 0 1'AtmK!. Colorful and dainty! .Jbx/K . . . Tlio quantity is -f (Q-^ full bud 50c II liniitutl, IHJKO sniiKl'H! A Full 81x00 filc;n-Ji(;<I, liuminud .sheet. (|| t! xi-M and No - '-' i. A")"';S' WASH ist color, vat dyed, doH. Another our, if uted per- it fades. No. |;i. ;!ii iut-li ItUtl.DKRS' CIIOICK Li.siKl for wall ntnvas m) ({ seed bed'cov- I'l'intfH. A Ircmomlou.s Iwrgjiia ^ | at I'cr Yard •^3'2'C 13c No. II. Indies' RAYON I'AN'I'IIW— diiiiilily IriiiiiiK-d. To;t No. in. Lulies 1 |>UltK SILK IIOSK! Kticc Iff and Full length. L'otn- l«ir<! Uti'.sc. fair Ni». Hi. TUItKISIl TOWICLS in a very nice si/.c— whili' lurry centers wilh colored iMirders. \Vhal a liny! 5 [''OK No. 17. ICSTKA IIKAVY 'I'UKKISIl TOWK1.S! l>iiiilili;-l(ii)|) terry—18x36"—as- sdi'ltxl wliile.s & paslclt;! (i FOR 1 No. IS. ,SIIKKTIN(J! fl . r jl:. yards mini rod foi'4\vo full- ff\ f. (8J 7 ii]fli) iinbleaelied. for4\vq full .-•i/,e 8lxM" wheels. R'/o YdlyKOK leather ^'W ^ / / C I.'). HOYS' WHITE OXFORDS! All nppe'-'» and insoles. Sixes 8 1 /., to '2. C(ini|iosilioii outxole.s. I'r. .. No 2(1. HOY.V DKKSS HIItKTS! ['''inc>- and plain rotor jU'Dils. Full cut and fusi, AAf* colors. Kach , *T'*frC •a. MK.X'S 8H1HTS and SHOUTs" 1'rinlpd sliorls and Swiss-riblied under- 4 ^ ^^ shirts, Kacli_ ; JL 'U C ^. .MI'IN'S DUIiSSiSHIRTS. I'ti folor. Slarchlcss, Nu-Craft i-ollars. Kuch . eul and fast 44c i\i». W. Men's untl Hoys' COVKRT WORK SHIRTS A new low price on these *^f\ _ slurdy garments! O*9C No. 2!. HOYS' OVERALLS. Worth much more, luil wu want, to clean 'em up. Sixes 12, M and 1C. 3 I'AiU FOU No. 25 Printed -Rayon Crejic DRESSES $1.33 Dnimaiic Yaluc.s i'ou'lt te astcnLshctl by thc variety of styles and colorful prints! They're well made, won't, pull at the scams Just arrived! PENNEY COMPANV, Incuipoi

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free