The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 26, 1934
Page 2
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KGB TWO BLYTBimiJL (AM.)' COUBIEft NEWi THURSDAY. APRIL 26, 1934 Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. T. H. Haynes having Hook parly al home of Mrs. Russell l*rr, 2:30 P. M. Mi-s. Lloyd Sllckmon entertaining Young Matrons NlijlH duo. Excciuivc toard of Dorcas Sunday school class First Baplisl church meeting 2:30 p. in. Bits oj NeiCs Mostly Personal Mbs Crass to Be Ilonorrd With I'»itle«. , • MUs Marsaret Cross, whose marriage to B.lward Segravcs, of Uis- orn, will be one of the most Interesting rvciils of the early summer, Vill 'x complimented wilh several affairs. Since aiinouncliij; 'he engagement yesterday two parlies have already been planned. Mrs. Carrol Blukemorc will have a lnnch j eon Saturday and Mrs. Samuel !•'. Norris will have n small bridge pur ty Monday evening. P. E. O. ,Metls. A program on Washinglon, tiv national capllal, was given at a meeting ot Ihe P. E. O. Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. F. Klrshner. The ten members present heard Miss Clarice Kennedy, who un- dciwent an operation lor appendicitis vwo *eeks ago al the lily- U'.evlUe hospital, recovered and resumed her work as teacher In Ihc ArmonM school. Bile has been convalescing at her home »l Manila. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ovcrslrcel. of Little Rock, nlleiided to business icre yesterday. Mrs. Mimlord Dass Ii a patient nl the St. Joseph hospital of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. I?. E. Uc Wlkon, Jr.. s|>ent yoslrrday In Armorcl wlisrc Mr. Wilson allcndcd lo lius- incss. Mrs. Ray Lowry and daughter, Mury Martin, luivu returned from DrowiiKVllle, Tcnn.. where Mis Lowiy, at the home of her mother !m been convalescing following a major operation. Meyer Ciraber hits returned from a buying Irlp lo at. Louis. Cit'Orgc Williams has relurncd to refreshments" but "had something .0 drink"; not "a sung entitled" foul "called" (proper If ii»cd 111 li'tjnl sense); not "I will ascertain" but "I will find oul"; not "ral- dcnct" (except In prlnllnK or en- KravinB) but "house"; no 1 , "mansion" but "We house." The objection to !,uc;h words as Shawnce Student* Win Honors in State Meet;"": BASSETT, Ark. Gaston Brown Elected Head of Cooler Alumni COOTEIi. Mo.~Gast<5ii wiis elected president of t::? Coaler high school alumni association at 'the annual banquet, last Friday "ene ' IJiishSis. 0 vl whllc ' '""* "> >"< «»* »l,h purcliuw.iK.nakc. ablutions. He., "" cct ° r »8r cullural and home ' ' s thai they about have a psemlo- [hcm tliut is on >ar wilh the crooked little finger loldliiK a teacup. In betl society 10 one arises, or retires, or resltlcs 11 & residence. One gets up, goes o bed, nnd lives In n IIOILSC. Jn other words, everything (hat Is and direct Is belter April 13 and H. . ttl Faycl " V ' lle Janet McOarlly placed first in I clothing selection, Katherinc Long wns second In clothhiR construction, and Robert Aqdrewjs placed third In general llveiitock. Oliver iludcnus who were cnlcr- Thom>» Mc- Snce gave a vocal Scpslaml a reading Black-Draught Fine To Relieve Headache Due to Constipation When a sick headache is due to ihe poisons absorbed into the sys- Ihin tlw cumbersome and prelcn-1, "• J? u , y ^"f- Otis Grant, Mlr-jtsm from clogged Intestines icon- [louji l luin Slaton, Robert Johnson, Fred- Isilpalion). take a dose of Thed- In'contrast to words which arc!'' 5 ' S 0 *""?? 11 '. . Btc * **"«» sml I ford's mack-Draught for Mrs. Charles 5. Lemons present a j M«mi,hl, after a brief visit with which metaled a talk >'* Parsnts. Mr. and Mrs. 1. B. e "t'u,^ .^"e ~J A- Merrill, of WlUon. vls- program burn. { • A salad course was served. • » * To Have Picnic. The Sunday school ol the | Mrs. Bancroft Terry Is (inclining I several days In Wnrrensburg, Mo., • visiting Mr. Terry, who is employ!ed there. ; C. E. Crliicer altemled to busi- not "pardon me!" but "I beg your pardon. Or. "excuse me," or "sorry!"; not "lively food" but "Kood ood"; nol "elegant home" but Kiiutlfu! house-- or place."; not stylish rlre.sser" but "She dress- well," or "she wears lovely othcs"; not "charmed," or "jileas- to meet you," but "how do you i!" or, "I'm very glad to meet ill!" not "In (he home." hut "In me one's house or nl home"; ot "draiws" but "curtains," or Irflperies"; not "phone, photo, ulo," but "telephone, photograph, uto mobile." (rip. ie fell from a rock fence. Mrs. Mury O'Urlen Wells ol Chi' case in-rived here last night ti vbit her parents, Mr. and Mrs Zepli O'Brk'ii. Shi; was uccom panlccl by Miss Mary rowers, alsc of Chicago. "The Proper Thing " who will meet at Ihe church 4 o'clock and adults will meet al the church at 6:15 pin. to go oul 'lor supper which will be served at 7 o'clock. ' The affair will be postponed if 11 Bhould rain. . Compliment Briile-Klecl. The Open Door Sunday school class of Ihe Firsl Christian church compllmenled Miss Mary Lillian Riggins, whose marriage lo Mr. Charles AKken will lake place soon, with a sro»er parly Tuesday evening at Ihe home of Mr. and ,Mrs. E. M. Terry. Spirea and iris were uwrt in Ihc purple and white color moUE and miniature corsages of violets were : on the refreshment .plntcs. A chicken salad wa.v served with deviled - fruit cake, top]>ed \vith whipped - CreIam ;,T < ? cofte - - , . expressions that arc ndmtllcd b _ In the bunco games winners of I..,™,,,,,,,., un ,| Bri , mll , n r Give all prizes presented Ihe gills to Mte |S;°T .. UI , "'f Tovds an Riggins whose ".raveling" prize was ^^ ^ f u ° f °!£ In°lud r d I m l Ccl lT OUS 8lflS - iamong those will, (hu best ol ed. : two guek Mr. and ^lnZZ^\^—*' ^ ™™ ' ' ... i Never say: "I desire to purchase Fos-ChUholir, ' bll |' »y "J s)>o"W »kc lo buy - The marriage olMrs. Aucllev &. ^.f i^^J^"* Thacker Chlsholm and Mr. Johnl^,^,,,'^^ ™™ „, pr vnle projMrty Is nctually incnnt); not "request" (meaning ask) which .There, me a number of phrnse avoided In good 'society. Mlhotig It. is difficult to explain why well jred people avuid some words all Head Courier News Want Ads. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY TWO Modem Furnished cousin al Ciirlhagi'. Ohio, lold me to try Black-Draught for ihes? headaches, f took small doses of lilack-Draughl after meals. It .stopped Ihe headaches. It is fine, and makes me feel belter in .'very Room!..: way."— Black-Draught, is pure- garage, reasonable, 1601 West Ash j ly vcgflable. Sold iit 2Sc packages street. 26 c X30 Five 'muskrals were taken to 'rague ly 1905 and their offspring lave spread Inlo upper and lower uistria, Bavaria, atul Germany and lumber aboul 100.000,000. Logan Fox was quietly solemnized Sunday afternoon at Ihc home of iVla D II- f T n . 11 " UL lulll'^.-'V ulLUlilmLl; SISM \MIHJU ^S^t M^o^Sel^J.ho ls "** «'" '» «' B " li "' ^™« performed the ring service. Smart New Styles Our (,hop Is modern and sanitary and we employ only She test (ruined-operators- Margaret Deeii's Beauty Shoppe Injrim Bid;. - I'htme-lOti .Tho JOnCJOr-^^ la* '•'"' '-!••<> ftiwdca's most coji'.fortaK^ <mj beautiful WE ACCEPT SCRIPT IN TRADE U«i Too Are Learning, "It's Smart to Be Thrifty" GRABER'C ^^^^ rumsT OTO'pr'c ^1^^ ON TUB OLD GUAM) UCADKR CORNER HLYTHEVILLE, ARK. BE ONE OF THE FIRST —Artv.SBPS Tha lar^o floxible initep fedtJ the Instep of ihe foot to.PCAI vitbout binding or cutting." While Kid Blue Kid Patent 5 .85 To "Get In" On This OPENING SALE of Straw Hats Time to begin thinking of laying aside the old winter fell: warnirf days call for these new Straws — Panamas, Bankoks, Sennets and other favored straws in sailors, optimas. crusher and other styles. We oiler more i:ian 25 different styles and straws, and know that we can please any type of cus- 'tomer, both as to style an-J price, in this wide range. $150 _ $198 Broadcloth Dress Shirts 59c Slightly irregulars in white and solid colors as well as stri]>cs and patterns. In ;in excellent quality broadcloth. Fast colors. Sizes 14 to 18. ISc values. Fiist- ciualily. fast coloi broadcloths in sulids and fancy patterns, in a grade many sell for $1. Featured by Grabcrs r.t Here arc finest, quality oiuadclotlis, embodying every feature found in regular Sl-KJ chirts. Guaranteed not n shrink, with non-curl collars. GENUINE HAND-MADE NECK TIES Silk Tics In the most attractive patterns for spring and summer. Others ask 43c and uj). 25c-50c-$l Here Are Best Values in Dress Pants Good Shoes and Hosier' ^Mf^ 01 " """"">• forUlC iWn« a dinner"; not "converse" J "• I but "inlk": not "partook of ilmiid N'Since the assassination of Abra-! ;tuan Lincoln, it has been the cusf: ton for Ihc president and the vico iftwUent of the United statos My*i to expose Uiemsclves to any ""*~"»rd at the same time. They sff ,.^ i ,-^.ta: ride the same train to- V-'.i; U«eth«r. for insiance. (JKAUB A Raw Milk Phone 1« Craig's Dairy SALE STILL GOING ON SUITS Tropical Worstc-iUs. 10(J'.; Woul B Koslonians. White. Black and \Vhiic. Tan ami While HATS RcBiilar S3.r,() Il;,(.s SHIRTS Fniil of (lie Loom. §1.(15 Values PANTS * 5 $5.00 Al! Wool Light Grey I'anls HAYNES MEN'S SHOP [dMOP-AND IT5/1WOFLINOLEUM: CKNUINE COL-TEX SANFORDIZED WASH 1'ANTS =|K?tinl purchase of BIG BUCK Dress Pants. In white with inn o:- black stripes. Have side buckles, high waist hand .nut wide belt loops. 22-inch bottoms. Guaranteed Non- Shrink. Boys' Sizes OUc: Men's Sizes WASHABLE GABAKDINE UKESS PANTS \V;t.-hablo Gabardine in wliitc with black stripes, as well ;is lit r ht tan: also the popular "Nubs". AL!- WOOi, WORSTED SUIT PANTS Kincsl. ijiialJly piinLs, from suit:--, that would sell n a regular way at S7.50. Our special purchase us to .sell them at $1.29 ,50 .44 $1 Lineii-Gabatdmes-Flaiinels-Nubs fn this popular price range you will find Sanfordized Genuine Peppcrell fabrics; linen finish nubs in uhitc and black, nnd while and Ian: tropical cloths in light and darker grays for the young men. ar.d darker paUeins in ttriix?s for the more conservative men; also white linens: as well as light weight flannels a'.ul fine quality gabaidine-s. All sizes. Full Cut Shirts & Shorts Many Hlvlcs - Ciilor.s ;ind Alatcriiils No-Tare fly -shorts in a fine finality while broadcloth, worlli M;. Xon-!!fFistin<r rayon Shirts nnd Hhorls in white and pasle! ••lindco I-'iii-- combed collon shirts in Iralbriggnn and rihbcci "aylrs. 8horl.s of excel lent Quality r.roadcloih in solid colors ind fancy pallrrns. Ein.'lic sides with reinforced uaistbnnd^. Compare \vilh olhcr We and SCc gaimcnls. In all sires. Choice Per Garment 25c « Quarto »1.19 Pints $$0 HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. Blytheville, Ark. Stylish Sports SHOES For Spring Tinier-, '.vtiHr and hUck, Uu nnd white, in ;:ii;ip|>y r-\y\\\ osfortis. i;: mm. well AH (JKNUINK CALK-SKIN OXFORDS rjeniiint! calf skins, with c «ud soles. Many styles in a' quality usually sold at from (o So. Special at $ 1 Here Are Two Outstanding Values in Work Shoes Soft Glovn iDlk, wilh Uskitlu (^QO I'lain and Moccasin style, A^ *A Solo, leatlicr slip between sole $ I UO sptil leatlicr wilh "Annor- ^ | 4*1, and leather insole. Regular I Ired" Cord-Wear Coniposilion ?2.50 value. " Soles. All sizes. 1

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