The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 20, 1931 · Page 2
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BLYTHEYILLE, (ARK.)-COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1031 / Society Miss GcraMine Richardson, Mrs. II. '. iplilan. Miss Ester Ostrov ol Yn- :'jc City, Miss., Jdvs. E. Hllverman Saturday : ,; <fcw York city. Miss Lorna Wll- yhere will be a free iiory hour a'. , , orj _ Charles Joseph, Louis Isaacs the Blythevllle library at 10:30 a m. for/children between the ages of ei£:gnd ten years. Chnrch Plans for Week ; of' Conference l'roffran\s. The Lake Street Methodist, criurch plans to hold an annual conference'the first week In March beginning March 2 and continuing for four .nights.- •• ••: Brief but Interesting programs arc being arranged with, ihc plan of haying, the local church divided In- to-ifistricjij. as. Is done in the regular ; ''conferences, of 'this denomination. There will' be four presiding elders, tlielr preachers and other of- D _ flcJils who will prepare reports ana Mlidrcd°~La otjttr forms which go with such a O f Luxora meeting.- • ••Minuet," ' 'On the final nlglit refreshments will ; be.served la a social gathering to'follojv the closing meeting. Visitors at Club. ..Mrs.:'A,-Con.Vfay. was hostess to frcshmcnta" the' Mid-Week club Thursday especially complimenting Mrs. Fred W.i.Schalz.'jjf Helena, who fs her hpsiEeguc5t..Fgr luncheon' the two tables wore- attractively arranged with George ...Washington decoifa-. tipru; In which the'famous hatchets, Hall who was cherries.and. flags predominated. marriage Miss ..After'the appctlxitig t\vo course ards. menu nuctjon bridge was plnycd. Mrs. \y°. L. Horner, a new mem- Wliltwoilli her/ won the club prize and both ornament. 'Mrs. Sciiatz and Mrs. Karl Koontu ot Springfield. Mo., another guest were given" remembrances. Club Meets. Members of the Thursday Luncheon club end one guest. Mrs. Walker .H. Baker, were entertained by Mrs. Russell Phillips yesterday. .The- luncheon tables were guy with spring flowersand a touch-of George /Washington's birth anniversary was seen in the place cards. TJie delectable menu was served tit one. o'clock. :Two Email divan pillows went to •Mrs. Byron Morse for the bridge prize. ;' nd Joe Applcbaum. Uegrcts were voiced, as an organization, in the loss of Miss Addle Levy as a member of the society and It was announced that the group had presented her a silk quilted robe. Miss Levy has gone to Memphis to make her home. For tho program Mrs. James D. Clark was tho princlpr.l speaker In the inlci-est of Ihe Crippled Children's society. She touched ujxm jtlio enormous amount of work being done by the International society and related accounts of activities in Mississippi county. "America" was sung and the life r>f George Wnshlngton told by Miss Mildred Lang, Mrs. M. Bernstein. ' played a piano Ijy Paclcrewskl; solo, Miss Gcraldmc Richardson gave a read ing. The closing number was a vlo- In solo by Charles Joseph with Miss Lorna Wilson as accompanist. The hostess served delicious re- Bits of News Mostly Personal Drldc Complimented. Mlsa Ruth Blythc and Mrs. Earl Buckley were hostesses to 15 guests last evening at the Buckley home especially complimenting Mrs. Cleo before her recent Emma Kate Rich- In the bridge games Miss Ruth Wliltwoilh won the prize, a table rnament. The bride was presented a number of Interesting -gifts in a surprise shower. A delicious dessert was served. Attractive decointlons were in keeping with Ilic bri'iiii note. • » • Sholfncr-Tlionns. A marriage license has been lo- sucd to Miss Einm Thomas Mid Mr. Clarence Shollncr, both of Hose- land. Hook Club Kiitcrlalncd. Mesilames M. G. Goodwin, An- P. N'. Luttrcll has returned from Covlnston. Tenn., where he visited his mother and his ncptov, Gaily Lutlrcll, who Is very 111. Mrs. Charles Martin has as her Uiie.sts today Mv- • and Mrs. Glllclt Hill, of Lincoln, 111.,'who arc cnroute horns from a visit In Biloxl, Miss. Dr. C. E. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs Louis Wilson were in Memphli Wednesday where Dr. 1 Wilson attended. ll» trl-stalc medical .*sso.- elation convention. Dr. and Mrs Paul L. Tipton have returned to Memphis for the re! meiuder of tho Irl-aUite ju^dlca association meeting after spending a day at home. Misses Millie Allison, Mary Lynn Bass and Ellaibcth' Bass arc li Memphis visiting . Mrs, Charlc Jr., and son, Charles 111, at thi Methodist hospital. Dr. and Mrs. J. L.. Tldwcll. linyi returned from Memphis where the; attended the tri-state medical as soclatlon meeting for two days. Miss Elilc Moore was taken I Campbell's Clinic at Memphis to day where she will undergo an op crntlon ii|>on her spine. She wo He murmured: "Oh, Pardon Me" ... a hundred times a day „.. A HUNDRED times a ilay lie suffered L \ U:e nyuiKCs of emb.mafsment us his convcr:.iiioii was inlciiuptcd by 'Piirdon Mf's," as he turned away to stillc i;n5. 11 liad bct'ii (hat v.iy for jcars. N T o matter wliai he ale, it caused 2-is an;! discomfort. His stomach constantly cauicil him pain. lie could lijrdly be.ir the idea offoofl. lle\v^9 irritable ami -nervous—couldn't sleep, A friend suggested Taul.ic. He tried it. ccompanicd by Mrs. James 11 lark. A. G. Mosley, of Holland, Mo., 1: ally Improving at the Dlytheville j icspllal. His arm was severely cut i week ago. Jle Is the father of Mrs .Ocorge Caney, of this city. The liev. E. Z. Nowsom and family attended the -funeral of Mrs.i Joe Nelson, Mr. Nowsom's sister- j n-law, who as bur!?d at Tunica, i Miss., yesterday. • ' Miss Inez Holurook, of Memphis,, Is visiting friends In this city for several weeks.- •. • • Mr. and Mrs. T. j. : Miihan vri go to Hot Springs tomorrow where they'will sr.er.d several days with j Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Vail, Mrs. Vail I Is Mr. Marian's idstisjr,*. #."'".' Mrs. Russell Bow{n. : 'niid Mrs L. Thompson, o( Lnxpra,. -'shoprisd here yesterday. .i? .-'••'•'"" W. M. Scruggs,-of-Memphis, Is attending'to business b;rc. Mrs. W, U. Chamblln Jr., has ic- tuincd from several days slay In Memphis- . • . Dr. iintl Mrs.. D. C. McLean and family have returned from DC- p Knlb, Miss., where they attended j the funeral of Dr. McLean's, mother. - •'. . . 3 Hospital Notes Mrs. Ctoldio LelUtc, Holland, Mo. was admitted to the Blythevllle hospital today. Son Born ., . . ^ • Mr.Vand Mrs. Charts Crig'-ici 1 fr. i announce the blrMi , 0 1 n 5011 la,I nle Duncan, Ray Worthlnglon, J. E. Bell, George H. Crockett, Margaret H. Minor and Frank G. Douglas were giiesls of Mrs. J. S. Ocsell wlien she nlso entcrlatne<l the Thursday Rook club. Miniature hatchets', bunehes of birthday In an at* I tractive arrangement. ! Alter the rook games the hostess served cherry pie with whipped night at, the Memphis Metlicili:-- caerries and flags portrayed George ItOipiial. The baby . has named Charles Criggcr-HI. His Club' '-'•:-'.• •Mr?- C, E.. Atkinson, entertained crcimi_ nud coffee. the mcmbErs''oftht;" Young'"Ma- frons Bridge club and one Guest-, Mrs. T. G. Seal, Thursday afternoon. • • ' i .'.In the contract same Mrs. W. P. Veazey Jr., won the: prize, n wall what-not.' - The hostess served tea.ited sand- wlches,-cakc toppe<l with-whipped sream and coffee. • * * Guild Heels The: Pilgrim Lutheran Guild niet at ;the home of Mrs. L. Atchlson Thursday afternoon for the monthly'business'meeting. ! APlans for the E^stcv ?.?rv!cc were taken up. The •<:'.••:••:- •-';- ' • beautified end a:i i. . .;r :: ( service arranged undti th: direction of this group. A new member present was Miss Regina. Schneider. . The hostess served delicious refreshments. In a few d.iya llie g.iwrous condition left him. His appetite returned. He began to fed loads b'cttcr in every way. He slept like a boy. - •' Stomach gas is not only p.iinful as well as embarrassing but it maylje the w.i rniiig of dangeroi;sKtbmach troubles. Get riil of it—slraighicn out the con- dilion tliat causes it with Tanlac: Few preparalions have Tanbc's wondorful record of success in quickly relieving g.is discomfort and stojnnch distress. It lias helped thousands ami it must help you too, or your druggist will nturn your money. Now Open Under New Management THE GREEN BEETLE CAFE Mr.'J; W.Wright, former restaurant nian'bf" Tfu-' man, Arkansas, has purchased the Green. Bectk- Cafe and invites you to conic in and . ace? just how good • J'ood can be served. A Word oj Appreciation: FOR SATURDAY and MONDAY BANANAS POTATOES Appl L\ Ark ' t\l I JLLO Sumptcr or Blytheviile 4 A 4% Guaranteed Fresh, Doz. Snowdrift MATCHES TOILET SOAP ...S^V Cane and Corn. 10-L.b. Can 53t • 5-Lb. Can No. 2 Can 3 Can Faithful No. 2 Can Limit 3 Cans PINEAPPLE Libby's or Bclmonte No. 2'/ 2 Can KIDNEY BEANS M i ° r Arc Selfrising 24 Ib. Sack PINTOBEANS PRUNES : PBACSffiS Sunny Boy Large Loaf 2 for 8 tb. Pail Pure or Compound Program' Given At Aid Socitty. •Members of the Jewish Ladies Aid society were guests of Mrs. Joe Meyers, aud Mrs. Max Meye_rs last c'vening'at the home of the latter. Included in those present were these guests: Mrs. James B. Clark, "Nerve :.T^O they harass-you by ' *~^ day and keep you awake at night? Don't neglect them. They'll hiia-your charm nnd beanty, alienate your friends, interfere with your business'and social success. When you're perrons, take - Dr. Miles' Nervine. -It's the prescription of a successful Nerve Specialist put up in con- ,yenient form especially for pco- • j>1c in yonr condition. ;. Dr. Miles' Nervine is now .made in two forms—Liquid and „ Effervescent Tablet. Both nr« 'the same therapeutically. . ,Fall Size Bottle $1-00 DR.MILES' NERVINE During the. seven years we have operated the Bootcry it lias been our chief aim to render thi same shoe service as one would expect 'to find only in the larger cities ... to olfcr, at all times, the very newest styles, a complete range of sixes anil widths, enabling us to lit all feet properly—a service which has drawn us customers from a large territory. We sincerely appreciate the patronage accorded the liootery during past years and hasten to assure yon that the same policies will be carried out in our new popular price stor?, Kulnnd & White's Central Shoe Stove, which opens tomorrow, in the building formerly occupied by the Bootcry. Here you will find a most complete stock of the newer novelty and conservative patterns in ladic's.and men's footwear featured at three popular prices—$2.95, §3.05 and $-1.95. Alpo Robinhpod shoes for . ... children at popular prices. Every shoe has been carefully selected for its style, workmanship and serviceability. We know you will li.> highly ploased with each and every purchasp here and extend to you a most cordial invitation to come in untl y-Lj just how much quality you can secure at a small price. . Sincerely, Slokely Sliced '. Nn. 2 Can 10c GRAPE JUICE Welch's Quart 49 c PRESERVES Stone Figs lOc PEANUT BUTTER 1B Sn n .r TOMATO PASTE 3 Cans SOAP Crvstal White *%t 10 Hars £m< Fancy, Full Dressed ib.21!c SALT MEAT Jowls Pound 7ic •WEINERS Ever-Good Pound 15c PIG LIVER Fresh Pound lOc Fresh Pork Wholp Pound lOc BACON Itlackhawk, Sliced or Armour Slur. Pound 25 c MINCE MEAT Libby's Pound 17ic OYSTERS Extra Select P'int 40c K. C. Decf Shoulders, Lh. t9c; Thick llih, I,h. M'/ 2 c; Hrisket. 1,1). SALT MEAT Sides I'ound lllc VEAL ROAST Rolled Pound 22k BACON Swift, Sliced Pound Cheese Wisconsin Cream ib. RIBS Home Killed Pound c NECK BONES Home Killed Ci Pound BOLOGNA Stick ['ound K c Round or Short Gut, Ib. Jeff Roland . Floyd White

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