The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 4, 1934 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 4, 1934
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•LTTHgVILIA (AMU DOU1ZB FRIDAY, MAY 4, 1934 , of Mrs. A. II. Butt. oJ ImmKHlate Con- 'to have t«ff«. aip- tit borne of Dr. and .Sfift Child, HIS W. W&lnuW .•At Ch* PtrtT .- .ISilOss Iftrtaret Crocs w»s the •of tiotwr when Mrs. J. H. »: entertained the "mured** e" dj* .»p0 ttnni guests h* Included Mrs. 8purgeon P»t- ' totem. . at -BtrmtpctyMti. -*>">• . heu* 6 '. of her mother, Mrs. W. T. l, l«nes. Pit O'Brywt. Fran-- Chester' Caidwel), ' and Herman' Cross Hardln. 1 V; The pink *nd white molit was $^v«w««fe>ut,.,tJjf.. ..attracllve iipirty. 1 Pink roses, sweelpcas and •<w»teh» fa .white bowls and vases ;.^he ..embroidered tulle bow which • -Marked. the' bride-elect's place, the i'.Jiink tnd.hiu^outms worn by both l^ftUs' Crou and the hostess, anc ,• jibe refreshment . plates empb*s(ie< •'.<$»e*e thieJes. A {strawberry desser •ooan wu served with cake and '' W-J Wlitfe nses\ went to Mrs. Joe iXauadMr and/Mrs. dhrster : CaUl ' !>,WeU .~t<* '' the '•:'' high score awards ;.'«nionj ; . UW....1S. pl^jfra ,nnd <l -vfuest ot ' honor ' waa" given 'sllve • ,Farty "£ Mrs.: Clifford -Joyner and Mrs , 3?at (XBiysnt entertained ^with » .uJbridse party .last .erenlng at th '.^J. T,-Hood. home, on the Barflcld <* road. This was Ox last of a num '4ber of Interesting affairs given 'to ' ^Miss Margaret Cross 'before . he -•jinarrtaj* 'to'Mr. Edward Segrates I3pf Lmtbra, Is solemnized Sunda i.tiftemoon.- ••'• - •-•• — '.''% Old;, fashioned •• garden flowers ",'decorated the .living room wher •-•the-four, tables .were . amused ll Pastel .shades of- sweet peas, i ' v;intalawre corsages, decorated tb ••''/jefrtstinent jiates. Individual tee -ichemevOf pink and white prevail J ' . - J tag. ;''."; In ' • e, gsiiies Miss' Haze ' ,.. Hardln won a vase for fltif prize i- :and Miss, Warrene t Brawnier re Jceiyed bath powo>r 'for low : score '.'. fiiis& Cross was' presented a; sllve .- compote. •'•-'• - 1 '• ;.i '-** Included, in- the guests:; were ;-'Mrs. Edwin prabtree of. Avoid Park, ,i:fl*? who is visiting- her parent •=Mr'.'and Mrs.'Robert'Taylor 6 of Luzon, and MLss Mar ! Bell of Union City,-'Tcnrt, Tof.--n«"A eemsin, Ml: ,- , ':"" 'Across. I •- ! * (\fMhf Bflpff - T -^ TT _ ,;'"! The altir jiwleijr of'the Immacu >^l»t* conception church h«s plan --'ned sooeUilaj new. in theVway : < ;-.;entert»innie_nt, apd to make mone ;;iln (be ton* ol a coffee supper. Tc ..^affair will be given. Sunday eve ..-inlny, ft o'clock, ; ai the home of nr ;•' ;»nd Mrs. Fred Child, 1115 W. Wai ,lnut street. •: • -; Cxnt»-:«nd- dmncing- »up junuse ':;.tiie guests and cake, and coffee,w ' ; - T be served. A small emission ' ,:-be charged. ';• »*-/.:.. s.,.:, -. DAN T . THOMAS" 1 *— GEORGE SCARBO^ WITH A STOCK COM PAH Y FOR THREE VEARS. AND HAD"fo tllLP OWT THE SCENERY AS XfLl W ACT. o/ Mostly Personal ONCf OP A R^J .HGWMVJY.! Oscieola • Society;— Personal . Mrs. P. P. Jacobs was hostess Thursday to members oJ the Wrlt- :rs'' Group of the Nineteenth Canary club, Mempnts, with which she las tech 'studying during Uie p-ist winter. The nfteih 'inentbe'rs. ' including the president', Mrs. E. W. Strum, oined a picnic luncheon at Gri- d«r P^rk. w-Mp. Jncobs' guests and Iteld : ;»u outdoor afternoon . meet- ii$ iWfcn UK rending o[ original compositions torincd the progi'aiu. »tJw6esT lmara ,jj l j Wd -m -entertaining by her sislcr, Mrs. Georgia Gilder Williamson. ' ' Manila Society — Personal Miss Marjorle Bell, of Union City, Tenn., arrived yesterday to spend several "days with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Cross and to be maid ol Itonor In the wedding of her cousin,. MUs Margaret Cross, to Mr. Edward Segravw which will be soktnnlaed Sunday. Mrs. Allan Walton, accompanied by her daufhtor, Mrs. Berry .B. Brooks jr.. and daughter, VUflnla, of Memphis, are in Jone*boro today visltlnt relatives. '":'.Mr. and Mrs. Charles BUns and daughter: Beatrice, and Mr. KUtlrii 1 mother, Mrs. Eva Elkins, will spend Sunday here comiog down especially for the Cross-Segrayee wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Guthrie Kln(, who have been residing at the Hotel Noble, have taken the former Marvin Robinson home on West Main street. Mutes. W. C. Hlitrnson, Dojlt Henderson and Marcus Evrard and .son, Joe,' are spending today in Memphis. • • -.', 1 Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Graber, who lave made their home at the.Ko- el Nook since moving here, have taken the Joe Kleban home on Holly street. ' ; Mrs. J. E. WhiUorth, aceompw- d by her aori, Frank, went to Memphis today where Mrs. Whit- »wtr> will undergo examination. Miss Adele Langslon, who' at- ends the University of Mississippi at Oxford, wlU spend the w«ek- end at home, brlnghig with her her cousin, Miat Mary Jane Lyle, of Lewisvllle, Miss. Her mother. Mrs. C. c. Lungaton, motored to Mem- pills today for them. Mr. and Mks. A. Conway wjll have as their guests for the weekend Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Conway and daughter, Mies Mabel, ol 81, Louis, who vtll arrlie this afternoon and ieav.e Sunday «tternopn. Mrs. G. O. Stuart has returnee rom n visit with her mother in Mrs. ;a Jr. Allliek w« kadcr of Delphian Piae Art dub mset- Wedneiday at the Hotel Noble .aay of artists wa* coa- J^tlnued, .---._•• Ste ipoke of the Ufe of Hunllo .&*i*rtt-*>a* of. his sort ^Mrs. James a Clart told of the l4 .eharacterisUa of Toussin and cf. 'his. best kno»-n and a modem , arttst, Rosa ur, w»s told about by Miss .^Margaret Merritt who shored some ••-of her patettas! Vhich d*al>-wtth "t animal life, , — ^ ' ^WH Oteene - WtekV ' 1 The caiisic.. department of 'the ^woman's club, under the chair- ,j>flll sponsor the annual observance iAOl Natiotuil Music week here The •-iweek.Tiil be.marked with a mim- ;,;ber. of programs by churchea P. T. A. groups and other in addition to a rwtarf--* .. recreation during the , rn .*n*rgencr thereby ° r May 8 ' 12 UU1 5-ear for the eleventh s'tlans and others ..Ure_ country. H . is -f fosterihg th strengthening ' • also to . remind th ? ¥ a time ol S.' • , ' •-- • .' features : of- Nationi .. will Include ,the stud itatt«o of. American mu il»n ,\p embody 'a i'pccta of u American'cohiposers Hfpseyejt ,is , natlona this mOTcmeht. " heaviest, and mos .... .}n tht world ar Mpd la Australia. Thek *•» fcr «»»'Jungle owl ih-'th« . treat . about hew ;i»Uway depot "»\ Ken ._. ---- v : Eilgland,,- U b'ul met •ted figure* burgel. 'g'' to many/ 'Oeceola friends »-as the wedding in phis Wednesday morning ol Miss Frances Jones, daughter' o( Mr. and Mrs. Allyn. Jones, 1747 Forrest avo- rjue, and Mr. Harold Fred ohlcn dorf. son ol Mr.' and Mrs. Dtelrtch OWendorf ol Osceola. Tl«> ceremony wiis performed by Dr. Charles E. Dieiil. president of Southwestern- University, at -..the home o! the bride and was attended, only by members o! the Immediate ^families. The bride wore a traveling euit o£ broaii and white Irple sheer with white and lirown ccessorics. Her flowers were a bri- al bouqiiet or gardenias and UUe-3 tfie valley. Mr. Ohlendorf and is bride left immediately aJler «. ceremony for a motor trip to Tot Springs. Reluming soon they ill be at home at 165 North Hem- »rt, Memphis. Mrs. Ohlendorf nllcndcd Miss [utchlnson's S^hoo! In Memphis. 5r. Ohlendorf was a Ktudent at ciitliwestern OFnlversity where he rasjai m»mbcr -of the Slgmn N« ratffrnity. He is.employed In ^tctn- hls^iUi.-Uic real estate. .^rm ol larx & Behsdort. 'Mrs. . Godfrey . Whita was hostess Vedncsday cvcniiij tq twenty Lcen- ge boys and glris, .entertaining iii peclal 'complimcnl" to her nic$e. 3 earl._Carla-rlght, on .Iho -cccjasion f licr tliiriccrith btrtliclay. Afler a 'delicious bullet' 'Gtippcr rved In • the dining, itic esls enjoyed nn evening o'[. mts- cllaneous .galncs 'throughout the pacioits house and grounds ot Mrs. ffhiles._ c ountry home. The hon- Hiintlngtbii, Tenn. Mr. nnrt Mrs. GiiliH'S Herro hnve returned to Manils from Mis slfslppl nnrt will make their home here for some time. Mr. and Mrs. Gail 'Upton,- G. O. Stuart, and Harry Cowan made a Irip to Juiiesboro Wednesday on business. '•'•:, • •: Mrs. HqmbcrEer, Mrs. Paul Crnflon, ,Mrs A Rusiell Massey and Mlis'McCbrmlck are in Blythe- vjlle on business todiiy. Dr. and Mrs. ftox entertained Mr.-and Mip. Bob McKlnnon, and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pox vrtth n six 'o'clock dinner Wednesday evening In honor of the birthday o! Dr. Pox. ! Mrs. Robert Killian und little i (laughter, Dirie Fay, of Hornersville visited Mr. and Mrs. Mack Fleeman Wednesday. Fred Fleeman of Blythevillc was hi Manila Wednesday and met with the Lions club. Miss Anita, Cowan Is spending tlie week with i,er aunt, Mrs. Frank Sweet. In Monette. Misses Viijlot KlmiDy and Hester Belle Etlniiston nrc visiting 'ricnds in Keiinett thbs wwk Mrs. Alice Silman and daughters Misses Chlois and Emma have gone to McRae where tl«y will •spend some time in the strawberry '*rvfsi. Mrs. Scotl Wallace, Mrs Broivn and Miss Miiuile Mr. Conway is a nephew ot Conway. Among the but of .town people here yesterday for the funeral ot Mrs. C. J. Crane were: Mrs. Betty Houston, Mrs. Louise B. Hall, Mr and Mrs. J. B. Glllespte, Mrs J. S Williams and tan, Bobby Jean; Mr and Mrs. H. M. Houston and' son W. B., all of Memphis, Miss Katr Crane of Verona, N. J., c. J. Orano Jr., of Plaquemine, La., J. Francis B«U and J. H. Bell, of St. TV Wilson Bell of Potosl, Mo:; : A WUcy, w. J. Wilson, Mrs. Will Wright, visited .their sister Mrs Joe Untton. In the Blytheylile lios- pilal Tuesday. was presented harming gifts. with many . Mrs.- White ,w»s assisted hi cn- tertaming by Mrs. R. A. Cartwr'ight nd Mrs. John 'white. • * * Mr.-'and -Mrs. Tommte Florida are attending the Kentucky Derby in Bill Lou . ley and l»'o children, of Hlplei 1>nn. They left today for tbelf Iwmes, except Mrs. Bettjr Houstai and Mrs. Louise B. Hall, of Mem? phis, and C. J. Crane Jr., of ptaf quemine, La. Miss Crane, daughtef o( the decensed. was forced to r*f turn immediately to her work In i, Verona, N. J., hospit«l after hnvi ing been liere only one day. j 'Mr. and Mrs. George M. Let spent Wednesday In Memphis witi Mrs .Oliver W. Coppedge who tf critically Ul at the Baptist hospital Mrs. Coppedgc's . condition was slightly improved today. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenlha, had as their guests yasterday am last night Mrs. Herbert Halk Brooks and Mrs. Hattlo Brooks, ot Memphis. 1 Miss iris Jackson, who has been in training at the BlyttievWe hos} pital for the pajt year, has gone ti her home In Rook Island, ill, tor several -weeks vacation before en} tering St. Vincent's hospital at ut; tie Rock for training. i this .week, wlserc 11: 2j- arc of Mr.- and Mrs. Charles snontz. Mrs. shontj aixl her smnl! daughter will return .to osoeoln them tor a visit with Mrs. ' ' Osceola Seniors Will Present PUy Tuesday OSCEOLA. Ark.—The ambitious choice of "The Whole Town's Talk'"B." a ' professional stage production has )>ccn made by members ot the high school senior class as the velilslc [or the annual smlor dramatic effort tiiLi year. Tlic piny, which also uill bo used «y .tho Little Rock high school 'n? l °f «"s year, will be presented nie*d\j- eveiilnR. May 8. in the Wgh school auditorium, beginning at 7:30 p.m. Ix.iding parts will be taken by Eila Margaret Doyle and Malcolm Jayior and other members ol the cast are Cltnt CaWwcll. Mary on- lard. Marlon Margaret Rhoadcs James Lowe, Frank /Chiles. Vcta Mac MurtT. Mary Stewart Butler Rose Lee Tucker, Rebecca Nlckoi I Billie Snclson. Old Glory is the sixth nag ti wave over the plains of Texas; the Hags of France. Spain. Mexico, iiii dependent Texas, and the Confed] cracy preceded it. New Powder Gives [ Girlish Blomti MBLLO-GLO, the IIDW face pow-? tier, will keep your skin from ex-; posure anil preserve Us youth. The" new Frcmlh prolcss by which il j.s nindo makes it slay on longer, spread smoother, and will not clog the pores. Its special lint. Is youth-, tul. No flakincttv or Irritation with MELLO-GLO. Try this new wonderful face powder. 50c and Si. —Adv-9 . ' mother, Mrs.' Margaret «honlz' S Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Driver, their two children. - mA ^t ts . Driver's mother, Mrs. Richards, returned Nlonday from Houston. Tex. where they have been vi s iti ng! relatives. «n -Butler and Charles J • Lo\v- rancc- jr., accompanied by Chester Lowrance of Memphis, aro'-alfond- jnt ; the Kentucky, Derby at Louis- yillc. • - • • - • ,; • Outs k .a l , thc country Cliib' dance *ii.fe£ « Vnlc 7" lrsd »y evening in- «ludW Mr. and Mrs.' c.- B. Driver Mr. and Mrs. James Driver Mr and Mrs. Hate Jackson, Mr. and «?' ^ •, Pred Taylor Jr - Mr - "«» Mrs. c j . Lowrance Jr. and Nathan Welnberg O f Osceola Of U» The noyal Canadian Mounted Police includes about 2.600 men. FEMININE WEAKNESS Link K<xk. Aik.-"I »»w uken Dr. Pt«ct'a F»- voiUc Picsctiplion for nfi\-ou«i«i ami it vorely Mid Mrn OHk NtUii.t 'ot MOD K. «!i St. "I (*-,!;) not Tut M night until r ami H Hi«i me so nfKh r.,r ••••<: ti v P** 1 . 1 ' roul < 1 "' 1 I* wlft- wit n. ^olu by dciiEzisu «itr>-uh<rc Write 10 Dr. rime's Clink. Buftikj. N. y. >tw »«, ubltts SOr. Bqufd tl.CO. Urst lie, Uln o: liquid. Ji.ii ••». D.Omr.ti!" (Plkl) cved without the kmife. Oiker rectal dijeaim tnated Vwiened veins treated a DRS. NIKS * NIKS U4 W. I'nys for a tieaulyrest Mattress Hubbard Furniture Co. COMPARE ALL OUR PRICES LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Specials for Friday, Saturday and Monday STRAWBERRUS Home Grown Quart SALT MEAT Ikst Boiling TF l>ound f TUNAFBH Kvtry Day Brand Can He SUPER SUDS 2 for 15c Full Dressed. Milk Fed 18ic SALT Jefferson island li/ 2 Lb. 1 *» ^2 C STANDARD VIENNA SAUSAGE 6c FO'fTED MEAT 3c MEAL Best Cream. 5 Ib 10c 39c MUSTARD Marco Quarl Jar 10c SOAP Lux or Lifi'buoy 2 Bars 13c WHITE SQUASH . i'ound 7jc ; VEAL ROAST SOAPCHJPS: 5-i,b. Box 33c BACON : SUcid;Evergoodor S117ic. COFFEE ' LibeHy " pecial - 100 &.T18c TOILET TISSUE Pound Waldorf Roll 5c CATSUP Midwest 11-Oz. Bottle 13c SNOWDRIFT 6 ^ 69c SLb '3Sc KRAUT Libby's No, 2«/ z Can 12c SPINACH Fancy, Fresh Pound 2c I EGGPLANT Pound 9c LARD Best Compound Pound 74c BUTTER Cresta I'ound 24c FLOUR "No Risk'? 5-Lb. 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Blacks ' Pound Pound 24c Pound RHUBARB 7c CARROTS Bunch 3|c Sc Navy or COFFEE Catwva or Sunny Brook Pound SAUSAGE 1(10% Pure Perk Pound lOc BEEF ROAST Brisket I'ound lOc PEAS Black Eyed or Pinto Pound MACARONI Bulk Pound 6c ORANGES ?c MATCHES" 288 Size . Doze a 19c CUCUMBERS i'ound 12ic SOUP Phillips. All Kmds Can 6c Or Hajnburgcr .- Pound GRAPEFRUIT Calif. 64 Sjze . Kach 6c BULK SALAD OIL RIDCABBAIE SUGAR I'ound Sc Best Granulated 10 Pounds 47 c Pet Brand Box 31C COCOA Mother's ' 2-Lb. Box 17c PUFFED RICE 14c PUFFED WHEAT. 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