The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 31, 1939 · Page 2
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1939 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ~~ ' —— — Heads Slcclc Alumni Group COimiliK NEWS COMPLIMKNTAKY TICKET Tills Ticket Will Admit Morse Taylor & Comiianlon Slcelp, Mo. —lo the— KITZ THKATKK .—to see— "THESE GLAMOUR GliaS" Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Cltilj 28 meeting 7:00 o'clock nt Woman's elub. Mrs. Frank Web!) . entertaining Ladles' Bible class. First Methodist church. 7:30 o'clock. Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church meeting 2:30 o'clock at home of Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon. Maya-Wadlcy nilos Solemnized Saturday Nighl Mr. and Mr.s. O.'c. Wadley announce the marriage of their daughter, Virginia Benieice to Andrew Lee Mayo, The ceremony was performed Saturday night, at the home of the Rev. A. W. Harris, pastor of the niylheville circuit of Methodist churches, who read the service. Only a few friends of the young couple were present. The bride is a former student of ' GosiiDll hifli school where she was a leader in Four H club work and was outstanding In athletics. Mr. Mayo attended the Blytheville high .school. Mr. »nd Mrs. Mayo will make their home here as Mr. Mayo is employed at the Blytheville Bakery. * t * Son Is Uoru. A son was born to Mr. and Mr.s. Luther Craven last night at eleven o'clock at the Walls hospital. 'Hie baby, who weighed six and one- fourth pounds, lias been named Jay Altai Craven. « * * Are Gucsls uf Cluli. Miss Jane Branson and Miss Nancy Claire McCauley played cards with members of the ADC Bridge club yesterday afternoon when they were entertained at the home of MIES Virginia Martin. Garden flowers decorated rooms where bridge was played. Mrs. Charles Langston Jr. received the chin prize and Miss Branson, the guest prize. A salad plate was served at the conclusion of the gamer,. lU.'ss Anita Stvai-kc To .•••"• 1 Be Uoririred at Parties. •-•••• I.. Mif.4" Anita Sfracke, bride-elect of Claude F. Scoggin Jr., will be complimented tomorrow with par- lies lo be given by Mrs. C. S. Stevens and Mrs. Walker 11. Baker and Miss Jane McAdams and Miss Virginia Little. Twenty rue guests have been invited to the bridge party at the Stevens home tomorrow afternoon when Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. Baker will entertain. Miss .McAdams nnd Miss Little have planned another bridge partv for tomorrow nighl. n t the Little home. Bits of New* Mostly Penonal* One cf the newest Foktor righting planes has tandem engines. The plane has engines mounted fore and aft and doubles the horsepower of all raarplanes in the class. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many, friends for their kindnesses shown "5 through the illness and death of our mother and grandmother, Mrs. Ann Bryant. Sincerely, R. C. Bryant and family. Phillip Williams is expected t return to Chicago the first of (h week after having spent tw weeks here with his parents Mr and Mrs. j; w. Parker. He Is student at the RCA Institute ii Chicago. U. S. Branson Jr., left today fD Saptdpa, Okia., where he Inis HC copied the position of science In slnirtor in the Sapulpa Jnnio college. He had spent a few week vacation here with his parents Mr. and Mrs. U. S, Branson Stand family. Mrs. Louelln Grlsson and ditugh- er, Miss Lucille Grisscii, of Blrm- ngliam, Ala., are the guests of Mi', and Mrs. 2. A. McCuiston. Mrs "-irisson is a sister of Mrs. Mc- Juiston. Mrs. Charles Urogdon is resting veil nt the Blytheville hospital oHowlng her removal there ycs- ciday afternoon, where she imdcr- vent a minor operation. Mrs. C. H. King went to Roch- stcr, Minn., Saturday to be with Ir. King, who is in the Mayo cliu- c there. Mr. King underwent a lajor operation Monday. Miss Nancy Klrslmer will go to Memphis Monday to enter (lie nursing school of the Methodist hospital. Mrs. Charles McMahan of Los Angeles, Calif., arrived last night for a visit with her brother, John Featlierston, and family. Miss Mary Spain Usrey went to Senatobin, Miss., today for a few days' visit with Miss Chec Stevens. While there, Miss Usrey will attend the wedding of a University of Mississippi schoolmate, Miss Virginia Embree, oi Como. Sh will return home Saturday. James Crook will leave Sunda fcr Arkansas State college a Jonesboro where lie will alien school this fall. He was a mem ber of this year's graduating class Charles digger ill, who ha been in a cast for eight weeks went to Campbell's clinic In Mem pnis yesterday to have the cas removed. He will remain there fo treatment for a few days. His par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crig ger Jr., motored him down. Miss Martha Randall, of I/ittl Rock, will arrive today to be Hi guest of Miss Helen Tindal. bn .will up here until Saturday. Mis BandalV" and 'Miss' Tindal wer roommates at the University o Arkansas at Phycttcvlllc. Mrs. Loui.se Strackc and daiigh tor, Miss Anita Stracke, Mrs. C. S Stevens and Miss Nancy Klishne: spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Zachrj have returned home from Law- renceburs. Ark., where they at tended the funeral of Mr. Zachry's father, B. H. Zachry, who died a his home Sunday. Funeral services were Monday afternoon. Miss Charlinc Robinson of Jacksen. Miss., will arrive tonight lo spend the Labor Days wcckcnt with her mother, Mrs, Edwin Hob- inson, and family. Miss Odie Hicc went to Memphis today to enter the nursing school of the Baptist hospital. She was a 81,263 MALARIA Oases reported la I&B V. S. in 10381 DON'T DELAY! £££ START TODAY with 0 Q ft 600 Checks Malaria in seven d.iys. HURRAY FOR TOU, HONE'/i UPTONS GIVES A MAN A REAL LIFT WHEN HE'S TIRED. AND CAfjV BfAT THAT RICH.SMOOTH FLAVOR! VOURE SO CRAZX ABOUT UPTW¥'J_|TS LUCKY THAT IT COSTS so LITTLE! LESS THAN ANVTHING ELSE W£ DRINK EXCEPT WATER! JBRE's why Upton's is Amer"«s most popular eca: nnri"hV* • oy "-^ 00 ib, lull, rich, delicious. 1. Tondsr Young Uom-and (us- cious, fiavorful buds-ri£ „?/* fragrance and bouquetf S. Dlitlnctlve llsr.d-with choice id Llptoo ' i own Ceylon 4, ftsnomltol-yoii use less Liwon's per cup-it's so rich in flavor. member of (hi, year's graduating class of the city lifer, school Mrs. R. p. Klrslmer and son Boutjy., will arrive homo totiaj from Pllurlm, Mich., where thej nave siient. the summer «t their cottage on Crystal Luko. Mrs. A. S. McD.iulel, of Semith Is spending the day here with Mrs Paul U Tipton. Mis. Alelcn Hughes, of Menu, is visiting her daughter. Miss Marilyn Brewer, and Mr. mid Mrs. w, Owen Blue. Mrs. Lewis Wilson and dau»h- tcv, Anna Lou, ul Memphis, me visiting relatives here. Har;ld 1103:111 has returned to St. Louis after visiting Ms aunt, Miss Mabel Hogan. Miss Winifred Crawford, ,«,ho has been employed in Little Rock this summer, has returned home to spend a week here with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. ivy w Crawford, and family, before g:ing to Conway where she Is n student nt State Teachers colleae. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones and four suns, Ployd Jr., j 0 h Ui D avkt and Paul, cf Indianapolis, will arrive Ihls afternoon to spend a •short time with Mis. Jones' brother Hugh Nelson Thompson, and fmn- ly. Mr. Jones, win Is widely known us a singer and evangelist, is a ncinbcr of the faculty of a college n Indianapolis. Miss Mary D. Fitzgerald will go to Jonesboro Sunday to enroll In Arkansas State cullcee. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Fitzgerald, vill motor her over, she was p.rad- intcd from the city high school his spring. Morris King Thompson returned his morning f lcm Memphis where le had spent too weeks with his randpfirents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Ge:rgo W. Patteron and daughter, Miss Mary Nell = atlerson, arc expected to return onlght, from Portsmouth, Va., where they have been the guests of their daughter, Mrs. Russell Me- Catilcy, and family. Mrs. Patterson, who hns spent ab;ut eight weeks there, was joined there three weeks ago by Mr. Patterson nnd daughter. Mr. and Mrs. McCauley will move soon to Washington, 13. G., where Mr. McCauley has been transferred. Miss Eugenia Crawford will go to Jonesboro Sunday to enter Arkansas State college. A member of this year's graduating class of the city high scho;l, Miss Crawford will be motored to Jonesboro by her mother, Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford, and Miss Winifred Crawford. At The Hospital* lllythevllle Hospital J. D. Cavlvsher, city, dismissed. Mrs. Marshall Banks, Moncttc, dismissed. Mrs, Harry Maxwell, city, ndmll- Wulls Hospital Mrs. Ernestine Uccrter, Slcele Admitted. BJIIlc Marie Damon, city, nd- mltlcd, Mrs. Opal Cravens, city admitted. Mrs. G. A. Green, Dell, dismissed. nicmplils liaiillsl Hospital Miss Ken) Luckclt, u e i( admitted. Mrs. J. T. Davis, Osccola, admit ted. James Gwaltney, Osceoln admitted. H. L. Lamb, Porlngcvlllc. admitted. Mis. J. C. Mitchell, Luxoifi nd- inlllcd. ' Everett Perry, Hnyll, admitted. Mrs. J, c. Sloan, llnytl, admitted. Mrs. O. B, Vnncc, Ifaytl; admitted. Mi'jnpliis si. Joseph Hospital Mrs. Tom J. Myrick, Portnge- vlllc, admitted. Mrs. Clcalos Bailey Is tho newly elected president of the Alumni tea-liition of steele schools. Mrs. it. C. Stecle Jr. Is vice president. •Mrs, Hnlley Is planning several social activities to bo given by I he nssoclnllun In the near future. and Mrs. David Thonms, wera In a family reunion. Miss Dorolhy Cres-swell, who nt- tcmli'd summer session at tho Uul- vorsity of Ml.woiirl | s l wrc S pend- Hi« tho remnlnder of tha stmnnur Mr. mill Mrs. IJiiymomJ Aclccck anil clniifhter Hltii Ann of 1'orlagc- vlllo wore hero Prlduy visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. U'e Phillips. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chip Lewis have relumed home from Grccr Sprlnss where they hnvc been cnmplni; ' Kev. Win. Huffman, Mmcs Arlle 1'oslcc, and G. c. Mnrlln and Misses Uclty Sue Nethery. lithyln Vnn- oel, Uctty Ann aettln Bfi , Karl Mnr- UH. Hnrokl Gettliigs, nurt Morgnu Norton ntteiuted (ho Assoclatlonnl ». '1. U. meeting ui Cmuthersvllle Mondny. Uev. limrmnn «nvo tho closing address of Hie mcoUng Hodj', Mlml ami Soul All For Josiis," 'I'he Siinbenius hud u picnic nt Noilhsldc 1'iuk 'riiursdny ntlcr- acon. Twelve of the members and lltelr Icndor, Mrs. Willie Davis, on- Joyed (ho afternoon. Messrs WHItnm Khoiirlo nnd Fred Iliimrn drove to Fulton, Ky Slindny nnd visited rolnllvcs. Mr Klioiifla returned homu sundny Hayti Society — Personal Florence, Italy, was the site of the first fireworks display on record. The event was during the thirteenth century. 100 LATE TO CLASSIFY For Rent Furnished apartment. iTi^jdaire Call 8U-J-. Mrs, Ted Green. _ 31-ck-tI Desirable rpoins for rent 1037 W Walnut. 3l-pkO-31 For Sale Ten Gallon Daisy Electric Churn Mrs. w. .w. Sliaver. phone TC3. 31-dh Mr. and Mrs. Carl MoDnnlels re- lnrncd home Monday from Memphis where Mr. McDnnlcls was In the Hills Clinic convalescing from a minor operation. Mr. nml ^frs. Ernest S. Anderson are parents of a baby girl born August 2Tlh lipping the scales at seven pounds. Tho linby has been christened Mary Jane. Guy Huffman spent a few days this week In Lebanon visiting reln'- tives. Addic Lee Garret returned home Sunday from Memphis where she has been in the Baptist hospital nt Memphis convalescing from a recent appendectomy. Mrs. j; B. Light, resumed her work at the HEA office this week nfter having spent her vacation in Memphis and at Caruthcrsville will- her mother, Mrs. Betty Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ihiltmar of Lebanon, Mo., have moved here Mrs. Brcoksle Prewltt and son Guy, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Ulns drove to Mislon. Tcnn, Saturday JU1 d S))cnt thl! duy w , th M| , and Mrs. Cecil Wntklns, Kdgin- Uiin-ls Is in Stcelo leading '»c singing I,, a Unptlst rovivnl meeting. Rev J. T. Evltts. who spenl his vacation In Capo Otrtmloati with his family returned here Saturday. Mrs, Hnrvuy Gill of Kcwnnco wns 'ore Snttirdny visiting M,- s . Jack ICollcy. Mr. and Mrs. D. I). Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Williamson, Mr. Two SMART GMs . WHAT5 THE SECRET CF YOUR , POPUl»WTr,MARY?l5ITTHE I WONDERHILPEPAND EKEROY \YOUAIWAY5HAVE? \~* -•" rrr»^ t,mt tJSt ruruitiH A. 1^ ra^pw,^ A little of D-8 GOES a LONG WAV. Kills fast. Is SO CLEAN lo use. Harmless to Immans aad pets! 1% 6 oz. can only lOc. im Fall Ladies' Slippers Now Only NEW FALL RED CROSS $fiK fl SHOES ^ 3U FOR WOMEN f As Picinrrd ISInrk Sucrlc, lil, lc k AIHn!,,r Innl Brown Sucdc, Brown Alli-a- ("r Trim. ' $995 } 3 -.—- ,.-,)ularily. No mnii likes n listless , "always tired" woman. Over- K- V l W,'! ou r s lml °ors, nnd tho lack of sufficient sunshine nn<l excr- clso often robs, you of attractive vitality by causing n deficiency In red blood cells, n condition known ni (jlinplo anemia. 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' E! 3r GINGER ALE Pabst-Dry 14 oz. bottle ,.,... c«.jc CORN Standard No. 2 Can .. '77" ^ ^ POTTED MEAT Ringani Brand • ''"' ? ? ?' £ VIENNA SAUSAGE Kingans Brand ,.:1Z"I • C M 6c CRACKERS Sunshine .. 2 Lb. Box 30c; I Lb. Box ,1.~]~.. 15c TOMAToSS^^: orDrip :zz:::r ^ S J£ FLOUR, Shitless Best, Plain or Self Rising 24 Ib. Sack...'.'. ,70c 48 II). Sack... ,|U8 DATE AND NUT BREAD C and B Can ~~ SALMON Alaska Chum Tall Can . .. SUGAR Domino Pure Cane .. ; .............................................. J 1 0 LbTcioth Sack 53c KhAb Green Giant Great B g Tender Peas r, ifix BEANS Blythevilie "Cut" N* 2 <£*™:~: ................................. 2% 15e JELL-0 Your Choice of Flavors WASHING POWDER Star CHERRIES Red Pitted For Pies 'N^ SPINACH Arkansas Brand No. 2 Can GRAPE JUICE Grand Prize Pints SO BEEF libty. Regular Size Can BEANS Blytheville "Whole" No. 2 Can - Ea 12c ' , 23c .SPEC(ALS- T HI,YTHBVlL| jB CO. BUTTER Best Creamery.. Lb 29c SAUSAGE !Lb.Sack22c GROUND BEEF Lb 15c PIGTAILS.. Lb'lOc BEEF ROAST L b LIVER ::::: SALT MEAT Best Grade : Lb. 12c HAM Boneless Picnic Lb. 23c PORK SHOULDER ROAST „ Lt. I8c BACON Armours Box Lb. 25c VEAL CHOPS .. Lb. lit LAMB SHOULDER ROAST . Lb. 22c We Deliver 104 S. Division' Street Phone . L* NABERS GROCERY & MARKET FjEtt-SAT.-MON., SEPT. 1st, 2nd & 4th

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