The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 29, 1938 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 29, 1938
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS I'lUDAY, APK1L 2 COURIER NEWS CGMrUMEXTARY TICKET This Ticket IViU Admit 1*. \i. Simmons anil companlart 315 S. Elm —:o tie— : KITZ THEATEB —tO 5t«— Entertains C£ub Mre. C. A. Cunningham was Uie only guest of the Mid Week Bridge club when It wos entertained witti a. spring parly by Mrs. A. B. .Fair- Reid at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. I. Deuton. The livLch was served at. small tables on the-suii porch which was decorate;! in-spring flowers.. Old fashionett'inlxed'tuUquets were nsei lor the centerpieces of the small tables and the spring inclif was fiir'tlier emphasized Iu the place- cards. Iii tlic bridge games which followed, Mrs. W. L. ITorner received a. refieahmenl (ray, and Mr:;, Cunningham, a niaple cnncly dish, for guest prize. Is'llonteis lo Club liVis Eu-relt B. Occ was hostess lolhc Thursday Luncheon club at her home yesterday afternoon wlich Mrs. Earl Koontz. ot Fulton, Mo, house guest of her mother, Mrs. E. M. Bryan, was the only other guest. The iuricfceon U'as served at small Ul>les which had bouquets of spring flowers for their centerpieces. Larger vases of mixed (lowers «'ere t,tfj thioughout Ihe remainder ol trie home. In the bridge gnuies which followed, Mrs. Koontz \vas high and Mr:-, Russell Phillips, second high. » » _ * Has New Member JMrs Ed Williams, of Armorel, played cards .with the Thursday 'Afternoon club of •which .she is a new member when tho group was .entertained yesterday afternoon at ths home of Mrs. Louts AppleVjiunn. Mrs. Williams replaces Mrs. Max Woolen, who has moved to Memphis lo make her home. Spring flcwcrs were the background for the parly ist which Mrs. P. 0. Rothro:k received hosiery tor high prito in (lie bridge games which were played. At the conclusion of the games the hcstcsa served a dcsserl plate Osceola Society — Personal FLAPPER FANNY -COPR, W1S BIT HEA SCRVlCC, INC- t, M. RC& y, 5, p By Sylvia Bits of News Mostly Personal "Every lime'somebody wants an onion, it comes otitla my patch. Next year I'm goinla plant something nobocly.'ll e«l>" Demonstration Club. News Notes }>rovcmml» were noted: home improvements, gixrilens, both flower Hint vegetable, and pot flowers. Tho club will have an nil dny meeting May •! at Uie homo or Mrii. Emitt. Wilson. At noon a dutch luncheon will be served. Mr:,. A. R. Wclenkajnp went to Memphis Wednesday Is spend few days with Mr. We'.enkainp'u mother. Mr. Welcnkamp will jolr her lor the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Joyncr, ol Union Cily, 'Venn., came yesterday to be the guests of Mrs. Joy- >>er's {.-arents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whilwoilh. They will relum tomorrow. Mrs. Louise Strackc and daughter. Miss Anlla. and Mrs. Lucy Mo Adams spent yesterday in Memphis. Kan:y Little, of Memphis, who recently underwent an appendectomy at the Memphis MethodlsL hospital, will arrh-e lomorrbw to convalesce al the home of her ?rai>Jparents, Mr. and Mrs. A G Lllllf. • The condition ol J. L. Guard, who in critically ill al the Blythe- vil'e hospital, )s Improved today, Dr. II. A. Taylor and Dr. Paul L. 'i'lptoii apciil Tuesday In Memphis. L. 1.. War;! will go lo Hnvdy Monday (o make ]>lttiis for opening his camp there. Mrs. Ward and son, Lloyd, will Join him June 1. Mrs. W. E. Armstrong, of Hot Springs, is visiting her parents. Dr. '.ml Mrs. W. P. Hutchlns. at Ma- nlln. and friends In this city. Mrs. W. R. Salmon, who imtjcr- went a major operation at the Memphis Methodist hospital tile first of the week, pluns to return home Monday. Her son, the Kev. S. H. Salmon, and Mrs. Salmon rc- .'oiiccrl the Dlythevillc band will .resent them. Mrs. Edward Crablree, of Avon ark, Pla., h the guest of her .jiircnls, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Tay. u r Segravcs iit the Lowrien 1'lan- isllon .-it nigliloivcr. 3he will be joined next week by Mr. Crabtrcc nnrt (hey will ipcnd anolher week nerc before going to Alabama lo stl hi? parents, Among Hie lilylhevlllc people wlio ore attending the Cotton Shippers convention in New Orleans this ivcekcnd arc: Ifarokt Slernberg, B. O. West, Louis Applebamn, E. C, I'atlcn, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Martin, and Tom Hudson, of Wilson. Mrs. Mary A. Phllllber will leave knight lei her liomc In Slicloy- ^ille, Afo., after having visited tier daughter, Dr, Edna Nles, and Dr. van Mies. Dorothy Jean Wiggins, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wiggins. Is III from pneumonia at her home. Mm. L. Wheeler, «'ho suffered a light stroke ol paralysis yesterday Is mucli belter loday. She Is ill a't ncr home near Vaioro. Mrs. J. H. Elkins, Mrs. Charles ^__«,. L. Wylle and Mrs. Loy Welch nl- SSSSffi Luxora Will Observe National Music Week u _ LLTXORA, Ark.-—The livst ol two 'cmmunlty P.S part of their ousciv- arranged programs in observance Eighteen members of the Homo Demonstration club of Promised •rtl met at Ihe comunity kitchen Wednesday 1 afternoon preparatory ;o visiting several homes in the . imuntty p.s part of theli _311:0 of Belter Homes Week. Among the. visile;! were those of: Mrs. ,1. M. Harding, Mrs. Bill Harding Mrs. W. W. Wahl, Mrs. Everett Davis, Airs. Gurlcy. Mrs. Felix Hill. Mrs. Crawford. Mrs. Herman Rittenberry, Airs. Paul Nckes, Mrs. Fannie Clause, Mrs. Marie Clause. Mrs. Sam Smith; Hive Easlim Trip Mrs. John W. Edriiigton. accompanied by her daughter, Madeline of National Music week Hie first week in May. will be under Ihe di- reclion of Miss Virginia Fnrrnr who will l;o (lie accompanist for the Baptist choir Sunday night tu i specially arrniiged program songs and it solo number. Thursday nighl. May 5. n\ lovers have been inviied lo turned Wednesday reen with her. having ci'svlllc spent tlic Ihil of Uie week in Cooto with Miss Elizabeth Huey. Wanda June Stowc, little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Stowe, is seriously ill at their home iu Cooler. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Limbaugh and danghtors, Barbara Lou <nid Anna Marie, are vislling relatives In Kennelt tills week. Mr. and Mrs. Lois iMcCann of Matthews urc spending today in Cooler with relatives. They will be a:companied home this evening by their (laughter, Rcva, who is attending ;ichoo! In cooler, also Mr and MIS. Basil McChire and son Jimmy, who will be lliclr guests for j the weekend. Mrs. Haxcl Itobciis Is vuiliiif friends in Nclhcrland, James Tucker ol BlylhevlHc is the guest O f relatives here Mils week, Mrs. Louise 'Alloid is announcing the arrival of u I0-poimd 1611 at the home of her parents, Mi' and Mr*. Wright of stecic. The Cascade tunnel In Washington slate is llic longest railroad tunnel In (lie United Stales. Everything for your enter tainment and comfort, Admission Malitwe lOc & 2Go Admission Nl«ht IGc & 3Go :> parly st the home ol Mrs. Tommy Osbornc in Cnnith- ersvlllc this afternoon. Dr. Edna Nlc.-, will leave tonight (or Boston where 'she will te assistant physician In the Dover Ktrc-ct T'roctology Clinic 1 for u month. Mr. and -Mrs. If. u. .irouchln.s have returned from Fulton, Mo., •vhcrc Ihey were called because of .nr illness of Mr. Ilo'.iehln's mother, i lo her Tuesday aftcrnuon club this The marriage' ol Miss Frances Kalliryn Burns, above of St. Loins and Flint, Mich., daughter of Albert Burns, of St. Louis, lo Dudley W. Drnlon, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dcnton. will be solemnized •Sunday afternoon at (he home ol the Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Clemmcr, of S(. Louis. . i.-i slill quite ill. . Mr. slid Mrs. \V. K. Crawford Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Hunk C'lub Metis Tiic Book Club was entertained in the ho'me of Mrs. George w. Cook Wednesday afternoon when Ihcre were 15 members and two visitors. Mrs. Boone. who recently moved here from Alabama and At the Hospitals Afrs. Ifllen harrlngto:i. of L-acli- ville. IVHS admilted to Uie Memphis Mclhcdlst hospilal yesterday. 'led HolUnger, of Luxora, i.s n patient at the Meiiiphls Baptist hospital. Mrs. QUO Warlnirst, of Wilson. wus taken lo !be Memphis Baptist hospital yesterday. W.liilc pine is Hie princi])al lice Watch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests TODAY ONLY f yj 'Divorce ol Lady X' i vutl\ Merle Oberon and Lau- :; rente Oliver. '• A Comedy hi Technicolor. AM March of Time <fc Comedy. Admission Mulince lOc Si Win ( Admission Nighl 10V ,fc 'Mi: relumed WedncEduy from Mem-j Mrs. L. W, Weaver. As the guests pbls where they had spent a few tlnys with their parcnls. Miss Katrtryn Dcnlon. of Memphis, will arrive tonight lo be the nicsl of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dcnton. Tomorrow she will ncccmpany her brother, Dudley W. lo St. Louis where his ivlicn ,'ihc also had one guest. Mrs. ,1. B. German. Home-made | candy was served Ihioiighoul the iiftcrncmi an:l at (he close the hostess served strawberry ptc, lopped with ice cream. Mis. Dorothy SlaiT and daughter of Carulhersville spent last weekend here as the guests of Mrs A L McEridc. Mrs. Ciifton Joucs will uiuleno an .operation for her lonslls at Dyersburg, Tenn., lotlay. Mrs. U. J. piit s and children of Sharon, 'fenii.. ,aie Ihe guests of her mother, Mrs. p. E. Walers Miss Jimnlta Sherror of Canilh- of Ihe lumber industry pixivincc of Ontario. SATURDAY in the GRAND DADS Peaberry COFFEE Always Fresh Buy a Package Today ni rived each-was presented a corsage of flowers from (lie hostess. Mrs. J. II. Workman was leader or the program on "Missouri's Native Plants". Mrs. p. p. McCul- clien gave "Paradise of Students of i'lant Life"; Mrs. cleo Oarretl gave a report on "Piedmont Builds in Oiarks Garden". The club will meet RITE PRICE GHCCERY & MARKET SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAY wcdddlng to Miss Frances Burns LSI - — — ••••• "".ti. to be so1einnlzc.d Sumlav nlternonn tlie noxl lilnc wil1 ' Mrs. Dcwart Mrs. Cienc Sykcs, who vecenlly Sllllth - \indcnvent a major operation al (lie Blythcville • hospilnl. Is Belting , along tjuitc well. Her mother, Mrs. ^* i' 1 '» m.Eii:.... ~r TI..J _.. i Pol owing-the tour, the n.ciiiliDrs mualcul immucrs with .n discussion' " r'eti$rnefi"lo the kitchen where Ihey were served sandwich plates and iced drinks by Mrs. Joe N. Hill and Mrs. Familc Clause. In reviewing the work accomplished by the club women during Ellen Edrihgton; her niece, Mary Allen Euruiglon; nnd Ann Scmmcs Barbicrs, nnd Miss Cora Lee Colc- mnn of BlythevlUc, returned Tiies- riEiy night from n two weeks motor trip to Yftshuiglon,' D. a, Wil- llamsburg, Virginia, and New York. They attended the national Congress Daughters of the American Revolution where Miss Kdrlngton TTIB a page, and Miss Bf.rbicrs was t'nc Good CHfeensliip Pilgrim from Arkansas. From New York they went by* boat to Chnrlest-on, S. C., vising- the famous "Mkklleton .Gardens" nenr there, and also visited Ivliss Coleman's relatives si . areenwood, S. C. The parly re-. . turaed by wny of Chattnnoogn and I . Columbia, Tennessee, where they visited WMiam Bard Ertringtoi), a I student at Columbia Military Acad- i eray. j , Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jac):.5on left-- Wcdnetday night, for Chicago.! where Mrs. Juckson will remain j ,for an extended visit with her par-1 .ems, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. L. Vande- roort. Mr. Jackson, who v.'cnt on business, will relum in a few days. Mrs. Dwighl H. BlackwooU. Mrs. Jettie Driver, Mrs. J. L. Williams Miss Helen Williams. Mrs. Idn Tucker, Mrs. c. E. Butler, Mrs. W. ,L. Moore spent Thursday in Keii- .nett, MlEsoiL'i, ts the" guests of Mrs. Belva Martin and daughter Mrs. Ha! McHaney. 'j Mrs. V,'. J. Bheddan is expected home t»day from Memphis where Ehe iias been a patient for the past lew days nt the Baptist hospital. the present year, the following iin- WE ARE NOW SHOWING OUR NEW 1938 AUTO New Styles & Patterns New Low ['rincs $1.95 up I0.v.[ier! Installation a! No Extra Cost A COMPLETE -STOCK KOH'ALI, MAKE CARS COME TO Headquarters For Auto Scat Covers Before Yo« Buy. CHEVROLET CO, 301 VT. Wnlnul SI. S'h. C33 J. '1. Phillips, of Baton Rouge, Lit, who came to be with tier, will return lodiiy. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crigger, jr., will motor her to Mcim phis where she will take a Irajn. - Mrs.' Byron Mrs. C. W. Aftlick rmd Mr. ami Mrs. 6. a! ,, „„ -•-•• ^""^j"'" • rtiuics nnn Air alul Mrs O (T s.. 1 ^B s ;Zd o/sangs " Icti by , ™**.™ •»*!• ««*. >*&£ Tuesday e'luli Eiilcrlnlns Wre. Rajmond Brooks \v;is hostess WASH & GREASE §1.00 Wash, Grease, Poli-sh ami waxed >;5.y u H. R. SCHMUCK "Easo" Slation IMain and Division (people in ParagoiiM today for Hie MISS BONNIE DUKE nsgdi tho well known KC Baking Powder in t'.ie COURIER NEWg COOKING SCHOOL Fo; eco,,o,,,y and elliciency In vou, baking U ts lo vaiir advunlnw to uss BAKING POWDER EUbll thither Ch,,pier—l>.l>. C. First of the Season Lt, Ssn So'jci landing.. 9;00 pm (On JU.;J1 Wtktrt 3'A Ir.i. t,'.c* O,« c l,) Ticjjttt ;j« Coftre o»t? tnjnY a gvbtt time teilk US in the Sir, Capitol Pepper-Uppers" h? Capitol's bllnJ nc» W hi:ce Nivel(|f Bard JtiedtJ t*r PATH WALLER'S DOUBLE . . f'\ lft» Orftjnt Sinstr, Jiano fl»rtr nod Hislcr tnKrtjljcr iilK loU cf aif mj pep! Same Price Today as 45 Years Ago 25 OU NOES FOR 25d * Manufactured by Baking Powder Specialists who make nothing but Baking Powder—under supervision of expert chemists of national reputation Ihe quality is always uniform—KC is dependable. Try I! in your favorite recipes as instructed by t!,s (ec- nirer. Results will convince you there tsreal ecortorrry ' and sallslaction in using KG'Baking Powder: Hundreds of thousands of women have received THE COOK'S BOOK *»-««- «=•' Address JAQUES MFG. CO;. Dept, C. B., Chicago, III. 1 NAME^ RDDRESS. QiF poUNDf HAVE BEEN USED &YoUrl GOVERNMENT 111 I; Mai » SI. Phone , Ve I)t ., lver Om met. arr nhva.T 3 rr as o,, a b lc crcr.v day iu the WC ek . n , U » IU ; Fcorts-frccds & Gtncrat Mcrchaiirtisp CABBAGE. (;iccn Pnuml . . . tEMONS, Jllivv OKANGUK, .(uiry Dozen POTATOES, Nni- 10 .ONIONS, New round TOMATOES, Fi-y Itipe ' round STIfA»'GEKHIh\S Uuait -i A lUC VEAL UOAST, rtulle.1 Founrt FORK SAt-ISAoii Pound RAIT MKAT, to'bcil Pound BEEF KOAST Pound : HEN;:, i,g c . run urcsscj rcunil i-MOKIil) BACON SIDES Tnund HAMS, Krcy's Hair or Whole, I,b 22'c 15c lOc ,15c 181c BACON, Cudahay's, Fancy Sliced Lb. 25c UYTINT All Colore. l'k s Fl.ACK Ki'KI) PEAH Pound HULK SALT I : cunrt .. PUKE I,A1U) EKOIV.N SUGAR Pnund . .. PURE COVTKK Fresh, Lb CREAM 1MEAI. 9c 5c Ic 6c! lOc SEAnCIIMGHT MATCHES. Box MOTOR Oil, 2 Gal. Can JIUS'i'ARl) Full Quarts .. CATSUP Pure. 14 OT, ... PIC-KI.KS full Quarl JELLY, Kcx Knrkrl WEICIl'.S 4c 83c 9c 19c CAMBRIC FLOUR in Dress Material Bags 24 Ibs. 88c rAlMCI.lVi; SOAP •1 re-- I n , 1/C S. CoKon No. 16 E;. TiSSUK. Norlhcm OA i BROOMS ""UN JUC K,lr:, Vuhl lOc i n lifC C'ANHl' BAKS & GUM :i For HEALTH HOAV 3 Bars Rl'P. ALCOHOL ASPIRIN IZ's Ilox (illKST IVOKV a For .' lOc 14c t i UC BINSO 35r Valur For ....... OXYDOl,. Large Siir For CHI'M .SAI.nU.V Cm BLACK RKRRIKS I'lK PflACIIKS ^ Cans ....... 24c lie lOc 25c SUGAR, Extra Fine Cane, 10 Lbs. 50c; Sack $4.90 TOMATOES No. 2 C'.inr, Ka. .'.' CORN KUNGALUW £1 r CORN GRITS DC:! I! Lbs 19C CDAKCOAI, BUCKETS "OMINV r ! J I.OWlillliU I'AJ'KII <t>| op Tall. Rig fans JC 500 s<i. Ft -Pl.OD TOMATO I'ASTK SPA<JIIETTI MI .MACA- HOXI. 2 Bov« rCKK l.ARl) Hcs. I Lbs COOKIES, l.oOsc-»Vi!c» Bag, ICi- A VINKGAIl 9c 5c 1 r IOC HOMINY n.AKKS Pound <ft IOC lOc SCOTT TOWELS Roll (H.'OTT TISSUE 3 Rnlls SPINACH nr GRKENS 7! (Jan , t ^C .lOHiVSTON'S »VAX TQ Can Ji/C WAVK SKT ' " ,<| Full Pint 1/5C DOG KOOlt.s (- !.b. Culls DC HUSKIES Free with 2 Pkgs. Post Toasties 1 5c (.FtANHAD'S COFFKE 2 LVs. ............... CAN'OVA r.r ALVXWL'ij, nfil HOUSK. Ih ...... £0 C BKEC1LNLT MAtMKONI BABY FOODS All :( For FLOCK, Sunshine 24 U,s 4 FI/V HIVAT'I'EKS Wire. Each ... PICNIC SETS, lor (i fn DOC ........ BABY CHICK FBKDS ..... Ol IMS. HESS STOCK KE.UK1HKS DRINK COW. Make I Gal WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR. S Lbs FURE COFFEE Fresh. Lt>. COCOA 2 Lb. Boxes .... DEAN or BLISS COFFEE round HEINZ FRESH PICKLlib' Jar SHORTS, IIOl Shot iv Sack 2> 7 /C nn Z"C 15c 14c FREE GRAB BAG with $2.CO worth of Gro. or More Also cartoon & serial "Trcasttrc Island.' 1 CciiEiiuious .shoiyin?. Admis-icn till 5:00 p.m. 10c A '^IJu Also Paramount News & Comedy Sunday - Monday f.-'vntinuous sliowini; Sunday Atlmissioii Sunday Alatinrc '& Niglit Itif <• :iCi: Atliii, Monday !Hc<(. IQc. & '.'.IH: Admission Men. Night lli;- \ :>i; ROXY AilnilsMon nlwajs tdr S. 2Kc niaflnecs Sat. & Sunday Niglit shows—Box 0(T!iT. Open 7:00 p.m.' Shows sl;trt J:Ij p . ni . ' Last Times Today Friday Gilt Night 2i5—I'KIXKS—as Stage Coach days' wilh Jai'k Lutlcn and Klcn- nor Stcwiirl don's Trip to Mars." , L'ontinnoit» slioning iialnrday Sunday - Monday ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN 1 - Gloria Btoeil Dirt Pureell • Sheila Sromlty i>..xtt^ b, WILLUM t Also TON \c\\-s <t Comcrtv

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