The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1938 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 12, 1938
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Y, MAY 12, l'J38 i)LYtliyViLU<: (AM/ COtJillfcft COURIER NEWS COMl'LlMENTARV TICKET This i'Ukcl Will Admit ItoliiTl It. (hinics it Companion Hlrthcvilli; —:o trie— KIT/ THEATER —to set— Social Calendar K EVENTS Blalcil mrclilii: of O. K. H. at lull). Literary Ucpurlmcnt of Woman's club mccliiif} 2:30 o'clock Hi club house. Elmwood Cemetery association mceliiiK wllh Mrs. Nclll Kccd. 2:20 o'clock. liuKclian Sunday school class ill First, liaptisl church meeting 'JlOO o'clock vvilh Mrs. Hoy Head. FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia I). A, K. Installs Office-is Mr.s. J. W. Parker and Mrs. a. H. Whiielow were Hostesses lo tlic Charlcvolx chapter of the Daughters "of Hie American KcroliiUon at 11 luncheon meeting nl the Hotel Noble Tuesday when new olliccrs were installed. The mcetiiiK was opened with j the unison .singing of "America" I and the D. A. R. rllunl lert by the chaplain, Mrs. A. M. n. Branson. Miss Cordelia Wilhite led in the plcdse to the Unllcil Stales Hag. During the business session, Mrs. M. O. Usrey was installed as cliii|>- , tcr regent .succeeding Mrs. James B. Clark. Other officers installed were: Mrs. P. D. Joyncr. cicc regent; Miss Cortlclia Wilhite. secretary; Mrs. Charles Perm, treasurer; Mrs. W. T. Oberst, corresponding secretary; Mrs. A. Coiiwa'y, historian; Mvs. Oliirk, registrar. In appreciation ol Mrs. Clark's vvcrl: as organizing reycnl nnd as cliuuicr regent, the members IHC- „ sentetl her with a D. A, R. pin lo home replace the one previously given her pastor of by the chapter, vviiich was lost when her home was destroyed by lire. It was announced in tlic year's report that three new members have been added to the chapter the past year, tlicy are Mrs. Hlfiim Wylic. Mrs. Charles P?i:n and Mrs. J. E. Hasson. Tiie report included llic follow- in" fictions: the placing on the Bits of New Mostly PenonJ answered by current, event topics, Mrs. Tnle reviewed "The nnin Came", l;y Luuls Bromllcld. The lasl meeting, before ' tlls- Imndlns for Hie summer, will he I'eld the fourth Wcdnestlny of this month. Vllythrvilli' People To Altriitl Tea At O-Veola A nuiiibrr of Ulythuvlllo people liuvr been Invited to ultoud n tcix lo he given tomorrow nrlernoon by Mr:;. CJiulfrey While in honor <>l Mvs. John Ulnlord White whose niarrliiyi! was solcmntol in March. 'Ihe (Oil, wliirh will bet'ln nl 4:00 o'clock iintl continue thronyh 0:01) o'clock, Is t'j uo yiven nl Mrs. Willie's country home near Osc'e- oln. _ c c * ltd iilurfiiii Weds Miss Itiilir l-ii'lei-xim Announcemehl has been mnde ol the iiKirrln-jc- of Miss Uillio Endcr- so!), :lnii3hlcr of Mr. and Mrs, J. K I'lidercon, nnd Hel Movyun. .sou <:f Mr, and Mrs. J. U. Morgan of Alfcyvllle, Miss., which VMS solcm- i nlxctl April 23 nl Crystal .Springs, ! Mlia., where Mrs. Murgnn rornicvly llml before moving here. They arc making their lioihc tit. 717 Chtcl:asav,'ba avenue. Mr. Mnr- g:in Is connected with Hie Nu W.i cleaners here. The smokers of Ihe United Slnlcs coiistimc nppro'xiihatcly lOlJ.OOO.OOO,- 01)0 ciijarcls nnhimllv. ."(JCP, Fanny, cau'l you raise my Jillmvanec?" '' "Ni>, ma'am . . . stay within it' or ijo without it." hcvc of the engagement of Miss Mai-Inn Frances Massey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert U. Massey of El Pasb, Tex., to Alvin Lowry Ledbcttcr, son of Mrs. Jolin J. Lccl- better, formerly of here and ninv of El Paso." TU6 weJflrtlng i-ilcs will be held Sunday. May 29, in tile bride-elect's the Rev. 1. L. Yearhy, First Baptist church, performing trie ceremony. flic couple will make flieii- home in El Paso. Mr. Lctluctter is employed at the Pljjgly Wisgly stove nl Altn Vista. whore she will cngajc In ovan;;c- listic work, was com])liincntecl with a .shower given Monday nisJil al Hie home of Mrs. Holland Aikcn. Mrs. Mimic Lee McGregor played several niimbsr.s oil Hie piano, following u-hicli the sills were opened and a ilesserl course ot ice cream ami cake was serve;!. Mis. S. B. Steinberg rctnracd lasl night from Little Hock where Ehi- imx been since Mominy, Miss Cliiirllhe Robinson, of Jiuik- wm, Miss., spent (he weekend here ™ iho Biifsi. of lice motlicr, Mm. ['.(twin llc'lilmkm, and family. Miss Kvu Wright Is III nt her I)"""- limn food pol.sonliiK. Mrs. Gage Clark, of Tiilsa, Okln,. has arrived for n visit with licr mini. Mrs. Will WrlRlil. Mrs. Karl Koontit, of Pulton, M<>., who has Voen the [juest 01 her mother. Mi*. !•;. M. Jh-yan, and liiiuiiy. rriiiriii'd to her liomc to- duy. Miss Nina WiilsMi, of isruce, MI.V,., is tile (jiic-sl of Mrs. T. R. Watson ami tumlly for severnl ilays. Mr*. Kenneth Qmickcnlimh, ol SI. Louis, Mo., has arrived for n ^Isll wllli her parents, Mr. :in:i Mrs I,, c. I'osey. liaiolil Sleiiibvrii Is iilli'iidlng to tuslncss in paints ol Texas. Mv. iincl MLS. W. S. ilcnnl. of AIeiii|)l)l.s, ivlm have been (he ijiiesl.s ol Mr,s. luiivd's .sister, Mrs. Co/Jnc niackwell, and family for several •lay. 1 ', re-turned to their home tins innniiUS. -lliey were accompanied t.v Mrs, ninckwcll wlio will be their l.ucst cluriiij Hie cotton carnival. (-'line iJotbs iind pnrcnls, Mi- an.l Mir,. J. n. Uobbs. ol Armorel and -;lsl:r. Miss Miimlne Dobbs formerly of lion; but hoiv <it Cnlera! Ala., and hc.phew, James Edgar 'Ihom|isc:i. left Wcdnnimy m u ,n- li); lor a IU My njdtal- lilp diroujjli II ER DATS is great to keep you fit!" says Great Americah Pilot AfiiM/rt Ator, Kvrard Spraks :il P. E. O. Luncheon Marcus Evrard spoke to members of Chapter "D" of tile P. E. O. sisterhood yesterday when they were Post office grounds of n bronze] eiilciinimxl with a luncheoh inect- markcv : wl>ich was dedicated to the in.; at the home of Mr.s. nay Wor- plonecrK'ol Mississippi cotinty on 1 'Armistice Day; making - of contri-^ '"billions' 1 to the Valley Fbrgc'Bell. Yorktowu tablet, the memorial to ' Mrs, Becker, president general of the Danghlevs of the American Revolution and all stale and na- tionnl projccls. and the sponsoring of the 'Good Citicnship. pilgrimage for which Marjorie Warren was (hoscn as the Blytlicvilic representative. Announcement was also ma:lc (hat the little Becker girl, adopted by the chapter, has relumed Iran Ihc hospital al Booncvillc aftev having been pronounced cured. Mre. G. G. criudill was leader of the prosvam which follomc'd two musical numbers given by Mrs. Paul L. Tiplon and Mrs. George M. Lee and a paper on •'Mothers of our Presidents" given by Miss Cordelia Wilhite. Tlie next meeting; of llic groiip ivill be held on nag day in June, niter which the ehnptcr will adjourn for (he slimmer. (Ian To Have .Social Meeting The Dorcas Sunday school -class of the First Baptist church will he entertained al Ir.c country hoinc of Mrs'. T. H. Waynes, al New Liberty, Friday afternoon for its monihly social meeting. Members of the class are asked Ib meet at. 2:0(1 o'clock ill the church where transportation will Ijc provided. tiungtoii with .Mrs. William Lciwslie as. co-liostcss. Tlie 10 members tlic living room which was decorated with spring flowers. Mrs. A. B. Falr/leld. leader of the pfojram, introduced Mr. Evrard, who spoke on "Young People aiid -Crime". He has delivered several talks to various civic groups during the past month on the sociological prctlcm confronting the youth of America. These talks have been made under the direction of the Junior Bar conference of the American Bar association. Delphian (;r<iu)i fici-ts Officers Tlic Delphian i r itie Arts group elected Mrs. G. G. Caudill president of their dreaiil/ntton at a meeting at the Hotel Noble yesterday morning; when Mrs. T, E. 'late prc'siuc:). Other officers elected were: Mrs. O. W. Uillaliunty, vice president; Mrs. F. L. Engler, secretary; Mrs. O. W. McCutclien, treasurer; Mrs. Tatc. Mrs. R. o'. Rose and Mrs. James D. Clark, members of the,., seminar hoard. ','~A i Following iiic roh caii wliich was '1 were served in - ~^— Commander of American Airlinn' /•"omduj flagkhip! • No wonder (junker Oats is called IlRRAKrAST <K' GREAT AMtlllCANSI It's a ivatiii, friendly brcfkfast, rich In flavbr, rich hi fbb'd chcrcy. And givcj Von an Lilnindincc ofNiuirc's Vitamin H, llic viumitt j'our i)'S(tm needs dally to comhac McrvousntsS,cdnsii[wtion nnd po^r appetite! ;\fi Quaker Oah.malnStny hf million j, costs (inly.ViccHt'pc'r scfvini;. You can't beat Quiikcr Oats ^-P«kic(»* iccials today! \ BKACES-UP NERVES &DIGESr/QN the linlrrtains t'tiib Roses and larksptir tunned crnk-rpierc of Die dlninp inliir yesterday when Mrs. Farnsworth Black ciilcrlained membcis of the Wednesday Bridge club and two Rticsls, Mrs. Carroll Dlabmorc and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas. Mixed botiraiets of liies, roses nncl corn flowers were used In the robins where bridge was playccl folipwln'g lunch. In the games, Mrs. janics 11. Bell was lilgh and Mis. Vv. H. Mhiyfthi, sccoild lilgh. tit .Alvin f.olfjcller To «'crl Tcsas Girl Announcement has licen nwdn Chili Has Obrsts Mrs, J. If. Elkins. I-'. L. Enalcr and Mrs. Henry Humphrey were the guests ol Mrs. Fred Rutherford irhen she entertained members b ftlie Wednesday Conlratl club al liei- home yeslcrday alter- nobn. Spi-lnj nowers were nstxl in Ihc living rodin where bridge was played. lii the games, Mrs. Roland Greene won the club prize, a double deck of cards, and Mrs. Elkins. the guesl prize, bath powder. A salad plalc was served nl the conclusion of tlic games. Compliment Miss Aikcn Miss Lois Aiken. who Icll Tuesday for a visit in West Virginia BAKERY TAKE OFF TIRED b'kii, Bitk-Britiking or Rolliiig E««cl>ti. It j.inr feel *"'! »>>M« <<•** ""r'r^K^lon ("rr— *™ ijnu-ihini.' liMol il. Try Ihc ,, t jnl that lias ticll^'J milHons p rxr<'RS wcliht. Marninla cinlains ISn! amr .Icrnml r>rc- *-'rilic«l b? ninSt dott/ir* in Irt.itJtii;. tnrir lat i«ilifntj «l>o have a >l>n>l»l>r Wficirncy. Ntaimnla l'rc?crirt j ' r *n Talnrls /^svp h^<>n j B-ilil to IKr public f'T tn-irr Ili^n Inirly ycara. | ^fl•^t• linn twrnly iniUion Mx« nnxc hcpn | MRnnota is not intended B - nlL aU)ncnl§, This B<!' citi-H-mctlt i only for fat ticrson- •"• • Withy " rc..i)l fur mlcnilctl ni-o nnrnial and hn« filnris Is c»usc)-<-[xi.yro< . inc ^vlbIH>rlllal niotaWic ratc?_. ^o other rcprcsclltatioit is mail*: »\ lo Inis Inalnient cxetpt vmJtT these cotiuition* anil accorum* lo *e ilo«i!<! as recomnienilnl. \V« do not make any diajjnosis as that is th« tmctma ol j-uur pbjsitian, who must tic consulted fov thai purpose. 'Ihc completft forrnujji U Iheludcd l» e»cr>- pacKaRc. Don't ^vait — get a box ct Murraola today - ' Friday-Sit (. uriiay- Sundily J.t'inoil tlirtiniil Litycrs, Kach . . Kiiiiitiiii Dips; !)»/. ('oconlil 1)07.. . . Wafers Honey Hulls, Alrmdid 19 I6 C 7 C 12' Individual. I'riiil I'ii-s, liach .... Cherry Hftiirt, i\lit ittaT ciiil onters. BLYTHEyiLLE BAKING CO. Phtiiie 110 ^Yt• Deliver 101 S. Division Sfrtet C.LNABERS Specials Friday, Saturday, Monday .18'! MARKET •'!, I'I & Hi »csl, I'iniii or Self ..78c 26 COFFEE, Maxwell House, regular or drijij pei" Ib. SUGAR, Best Cane, cloth bags; 10 Ibs , <53 C CORN, Pride of lilihois, full No. 2 can; each .................. ik MILK, Cottage; 3 large, 20c; 6 small . 20c PIEANUT BUTTER, Johnson's; quart jar 2flc PICKLES, Solir or Dill; quarts, 2 for ..... ....... : ....... . 25c PEACHES, "Evaporated" Simset Fancy; per Ib. ? ft^c SALMON, Chum Alaska; 1 Ib. tall can \\V lt TURNIP GREENS, Blythevilie; No. 2 can ............... 8c PINEAPPLE "GEMS", Doles', best grade; 14 oz. caft > 2 for 'zSc KRAUT, Libby's; No. 2 can ........... 2 idf'iSc mm FLIKES, Kellogg's . . T. ~ JforlSo .,„-,.„„ „„ J 1>! .' tki >.L r « I'ri'C with every j)iii-c)i«sc of («•() Imxt's. KIDNEY BEANS, Joan of Arc, regular size, 2 for... ifo PINEAPPLE, crushed only, No. 2 can Argo; each ............................ iSfc TOMATOES, hand packed, No. 2 can ; 2 for .................... ".IIZIIIZlSc TEA, Sam Pan> Y^-lb. package; tea glass free .......................................................... 23c SALT> I'/i-Ilb package, regular 5c valiie,3 for 10c TOMATO JUICE, Campbell's, 14 oz. can; 2 for '' 15c DOG FOOD, Ideal, 3 cans 23c; per case .,. .............................. '....I'ZL.Zj3.4d LEMONS, SunTtist, 360 size; per dozen ..... ................................................................. 22c COFFEE, extra good fresh Peaberry; bulk, ground; per Ib. 12c IRISH POTATOES, fancy, new; 10 Ibs, 25i TOMATO PASTE, Spring Valley; 2 for •". g c PINEAPPLE VENETIAN CREAM ROLL, each '."". : 8c OATMEAL COOKIES, per dozen lOc PURE FRUIT PIES each ............. 21c YOir NAME IT-4VK BAKU IT. tilA'TUHVU.M-; HAK(Nf! CO.— I'honc ill). Swifl's I'rcmiura Average H-1f Whole ni Half U., .T'cr Ui. STEAK, Round or Loin, per Ib, BACON, jsllcea Black Hawk; Rlml On. 27c per Ih,; lihd Off BUTTER^ best creamerys per Ib. 30c OLEO, Dixie or Parkay^ per lb ; l9c LARD, loose, pure, per ib lie CHEESE, Cottage, 1 Ib. box 15c 30c .29c LAMB SHOULDER, Ib 20c; hg, 27c SALT MKAT, best grado, per Ib, 16c BEEF ROAST, Swift's Premium Ib 21c POBK LOIN RdAST, pfer Ib. 21>c I f perplexed over your menus day after day, Host for a brief while from all your Uiljurs; J ust get right into your car and drive out Ihls You'll find what you want at CVL. NA BERS. ; oil «IVB IIS A JUNG purls of Tennessee, Mississippi tuui southern Alulxitnii. Mrs, c. U. null is ui ivl her homo from tt cold. Mi', nnd Mis. Sheldon Jliill veto lii Memphis hist night where llicy attentlwl » ilnncc given itt llio C'wintry L'lub. Tliey were nccoiiiixi- nlcrt lo Mem)>hls by Mrs. Ann Stevens I'ollcr, \vho Is spdiullnff it fciv days iiu-re with friends. Miss Willie A. Uwsoii, of MHI6 Utlck. 5|H'nl totl«y with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Shitver, Ijefdrc to Uitclivlllv where she will :> Bioiiii ttinluhl. Miss Ciivolyn ilnlcy, who tenches •ii (he Mntillii school, lins nrrlvett iiul Is »|)i>iHlliiii liva vceks with ler iijiront.'i. Mr. nntl Mfs. A. O. Ihili'V. lielorc eoliiu 16 Bumhicr •it'll 001. Miss Ullliiii Shuver, of Mftiilln, is thf isui'.si of her In-other, w. VV. Shnvi-r. mul fumlly, fur n short while before' enlerliii! lehonl. At the Hospital* Mr.s. linl iMciijiili vvns dikcil Id he Wulls hosuUtil li>sl ulijhl tn ft Holt miilHihiiuie. wiiecc she umlur- vcnl n inujov ii]ici-it(luii. Mr.s. Elhu.l hojrdll \Vhs reinovetl Iioin the Hlytlvevlllc h'ospklnl lo !ier homo yeslerttny hi U Holt, mli- iiilmice. Mre, UDyelL recl'iilly iln- .li'nvclil a ninjov opci-ntlcii. MIsS Churlt'.s Jones tlmitrwciil mi o|n>rntlon for citla lust nlghl «t Iho ISlylhcvlllo hoi|)ltnl. 1'ntrlcla Anh 'WrlRlit vyits removed from Iho IJlythevllli hospital to Jicr IIOHIC yeslcnlny In a Cobb nrn^ blilnncc. Willie Ahios, 61 Kaiser, hi)s bi-cn ««inltlb<i to Ihc Meilililila liftptlst Il05])lt!ll. f , Miss Johnnie i'oscy, pf OiirtithcrB ', Is n pAlicnt, til llie . Jean cihyes Wcllwrli. of 'dil-coln. has loecn niliiiltleit to th6 , »r. O. H. iJniWiijii or ArbyitUs n pntlent nt thl- Kfcini>llis Mctholst The konln, or "^cdtly bcpf," ol Aintmllrt spwKLi U* life, elliigtng lo Iht^ brunches of U'tcs, DINING- DANCING Special I'l.ATM StJOltT OUDKUS Private & Ciui A TOO LATE TO CXASSSFV tit Sale Tomato (ind pepper nlantt Best I'arlctlcs.^Reducca pilces Hpalojru Home of Flov,er<>, Phone 195 12-ck-16. ; , fot- your entept lainmertt and comfort. AJmlMion Matinee lOc & 2Go AdttJolon NJ(hl |J 0 * 3Co Walch Society Page Of Courier News For Free Show Guests COf TON IS AMERICAN OWN CROP — (Ik 1 llihlgs tluil fill Inn innla's Hrti the (liul ;lll Amtfit:n \vnnlh now! Smiivt! Civoll- liwi- iH:-.nk-ill! CtiRiftiHuliH'! ' HpiVitl'rthtt!! I'ttttwi.s for vtiiif hoini 1 , fur voiir fuhiUv, fiir voiiv s^mtiltl' nbcds! WK Mi JAN MLSINRSK— t'OMK IN AN I) SlCl-J TJIKBl'i bO'Ll.Alt HA'VKlhS! iiUi; ii.UACHKl) |.'l,()lll{ HACKS A niiniltrfiil liiiy lit this |irico! Fust t'nltil; j'HUCAi/liS! Jicitti- liliri'.v, tlioHO nr'c IliniiuO in ttiiaAtily, 1'or Yiini . . lttiffto<i 1'rlsdllii CllH'I'AINS. I'lujil l«ilr- 'tliiiselfe with inVvclly nilTlt'S 'i STANHAKI) UNHI-ttACliUI) MUSI,IN. An hiixli ((uitlity—l^ei- YitHI .... 5c Women's Vnt D.Vwl i»Jl)SK DKKSHfiS Kritiirtiy sl.Vloil! i'UlNtloi) CJiKI'ti. A liuktl ijuiilily! 1'er Yard <3>, 8'8'xlfir." ilKNlUj? HUli- Ciny ami ('(ilinTlll — rxtT|il1ui|. al Im'ys! 3 for $1.60 AVash Cl(i(lis M riiillcli ;tt l«f Girls' ItAYON i^ANTlKS Mtiihl-Fs, j,'i!( ift (in Ihi'.si: iniit'k! •VViliiit!il's ItAYON I'ANTIKS. Knit raydns id iitirncfivo Slytt*, 2 FOR . lOc A srrlilsK Hil! i>iia'l tVait! I'cr 1'iiii- 1'ANTS. -Men's 69 c MKN'S i'A.IAMAS! Cnl K0 full llu-y \vt>ii'l hiiiti. Slipover or crtitl siyii's! .... IjOYS* '-BS SniKT.S! I!iu- K itih buys! 'icp, filsl «il»rs! ...... .. .. ttrn's Spni-1 SHIRTS fiiort slrrvrs! Wear the Mil In or rut ol rants. A iiil liot value at 37c tMKN'S SHORTS tOc l''iisl Coitirs!. A Kinliniiittltt; of cilii- marvcloUJi SllOli VAl.l'KS for (Ms irihnlh. Kijllajv the FOO'i'i'iUN'I'fJ lu.l'cU- ne.v's .Siitic !)cf»iir(mcnt. , (ihiitireH's \vhitCj JiVfr-Uytlct, riilcti fJ. All jcalhcr A A ._, nr*J C A iltw nssiirtHiclU of i.itilics 1 1'iitcnl, 1-iitbh itinl (.•illfsltlH SANDALS ........ .Itisl ({cteivctt! Artolher sKilirntnt of poptitiii- Mile & \(h\(c CrttivnH Oxfords . . Uoj-s' ii'iurii bitKs^ oxrOffo. 1 ; (jtii (ft6 AJI ihitlicl- Koies iiiiti iasijles 5> * «*/O Thursday - Friday THRILLS WITHOUT END! The greiteal romantic triumph 6! (hres great stars' Also I'nrairtiiuiil Nciia nii IWuHnce lOtn &i 2t!u AiSniLsslUu ' Nlglil IGu * 38c ROXY Admliislon always lOc & 2Ge ! Matfincs Sat & guiuUy -•-- Nijtht shdBs—Hox onlco Open 7:00 p.m. Shoiva start 7:15 •p.m.. Last Times Today PAL NIGHT! for the rirlu- ot 1 Also selected shorts Friday - Saturday FREE-FOR-ALlj f -wirh your Jack; of thrtliijj Ranch thieves! | ruh into a rv/is-] Quri -Iwo-ftsierfi cowboy artdl gel rtadoh oH iho rbngel . /.'] = .i /Mso cartoon & serial "Flash Gt>r- rton's. Trip to. Mars." Contlnasuj slio«lng Saturday. • ; •,

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