The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 7, 1934
Page 2
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TWO BLYTHEV1LLR, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1&34 > : Social Calendar y •' FRIDAY'S LVENTS '"Miss Ulnntc lx« Jones having ftcltal at high school auditorium, I P. M. American Legtoii Auxiliary meets afternoon vith Mrs. Roland Mrs. C. G. Redman will be «o-liost«s6. jThe Dorcas Sunday school class W "the lirst Baptist church meet- Mr 7:30 P. M. with Mrs. O. W • lewis. "<#Jhelm Union of n. Y. P. U.' Jn First Baptist church .•sir fry at airfield, 7:30 p. in. )fiss Evelyn Harwell to JWed Mr. Allan Huddlestoi j^Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Aiiures tarwell, of Friendship, Tenn., Imv •nnounced the engagement of Ihel J»ughter, Evelyn, to Mr. All!" . £renshg«- Huddlesion jr., son ol Mr -•nd- Mrs. A. C. Huddlcston, o Jrlnkley, Art. The wedding TvllI be •oknuilzed before members of it. J»milies and a few friends later i ' *liis month. * The popular bride-elect has live fcere for R number of years with he 'jrahd-motlier, Mrs John F. SanA- «rs. S'ne Is an accompJShed mu- Bib oj Netis Mostly Personal children of fvK'jniiliis. arc win, Mrs. Wieiid's niollicr, Mrs of Mr. riml Mrs. W. :i. l.wilon. ! W. 11. Hrovvn. and slslor. Mis. M lip.'enl.s ol Mr:,. HnrihuKum'V 1 . They V- '.li'jlis, uiid Mr. OibHs. tt'lll ncrninjKiny Mrs. l.utigdon to jlillllc H<x:J: '.OIIIOITOW In visil Mr. uixl Mrs. Layloii Norswoitliy inrt infant ;:on \vlio ivns twin &iiurtl:iy. liulore JUT murrluuc Mrs. Nor:,- wohliy wits Miss Murllia Hcyiinids who iiltcmk-cl fclwol Iinv while imkiiij; her home willi JUT niu-li' and aunt, Mr. mill Mrs. VffMi Miss Mililicd Lain; hpcnt the flr:;l "f ino week ill Memiilils. Miss Florence Arlmi IIBS rctnrn- r <l Iroin .several days vIMl In SI. l.uiiis. Mrs. Chester Crawtnnl mid iiUKlilcr. MAI jurlo, nt Willow prliiES, Mo.. MC siicsls iif Mr. .nil Mrs. O. M Mor[;;in. Tlu-y amc down wllli Mrs. MOVI;IUI who. roster. ; Idled 111 Springfield ami Willow l)r, inul Mrs. I'nnl J,. Tiplon. Springs for :< week nller lakhis;. who hail planned In movii to Bi-n- her niofhcr. Mrs. Eiuinn Kpprrson, jnlli, Mo., hnvc decided lo minim. o Sprlnyliclcl, where, she will I In this rlly mid will innvii .Salur- Tliu cnsilJK'cr. 1 ; selrclnl :i p!;ic« :tl Kl Jurdln. krln-ccn Laredo inul I)d itio. as one of Hie slu-s foi 1 a MoniKt 1 dam with n capaci'.y of I .rif.-V.OOIl acre-fed. |.- ol[ :pcnd Ihc summer. |<luy lo llio fonniT 11. L. Chambers VMRWIHUKO 5 room limiso sc-rnnl Mrs. J. K. Garner and tawhu-r. .mine on Walnut slicK. - , Z^i '^e.'wry S, shady Ann, have relumed lo llir-ir lioim. | M,. BI j. p. Vrteml ilm , ..„, h ,, vc v;iri |. M , 5 . n. G. Wickhain. Oill 2BO. . •" Mr. Huddieston attended the stale University at Fayetttvllle, where he *ecame a member of the Knppa Al- Jh»'frat«rnity. He is now head of Jhe Huddieston wholesale Grocery icompcny of "this city. • in Miirvcll, Ark.. a(l(.T u visit willi K oiie In Liilkln, Texas rclallves. | Louis Bleimic and J. Ii. Clime jr., relumed last Mlglil (rum Little Eock where lliey iitlciul SI. John's colltgo. Jlmmle lirooks lias iirnvcd home from Ihc slate iinlvrislly at| Fayrtlcvillo to speml Hie summer willi his parenls, Mr. iind Mi's. J. Mell Brooks. Miss Ruby Barber .simil yesler- day In Cnpi' (Jlrnrdciiu, Mo., will! |icr sister. Mrs. I'l-.-nik Sinllli jr., ,vlio rcliirned home with her to spend a week wllh auollier sister, Mis. Ira Crawford, betoio eoln^ to Town lo make her home. Miss Louis l.uliell inul her Ino- Joi a vibil 7-ck-tr W4H Be Givrn »( Noble, JoMnfcwu, 1 Qyde McCoy and Ills' orcheMrn i»-ill furnish music for a dance at •*he- Hotel Noble, Jonesboro, to- *hlghl, following Uiolr playing for ^he optuiiW of Hie iww dining. "El Patio," last night. Plans 'ere made for lonlght's aflalr fol- «wlng the gala celebrallon. f There were 125 gu?sls al the dln- Sxr'dtnee which w»s featured \vlth -» 12-act floor sliow and n bulTcl .^supper at 3 o'clock IhU morning. Jhe gwsts M-ere from Jonesboro -Memphis; Blyllwvlllc, Pnragoukl -and Walnut Ridse. Hale With Party. ~ Miss Ruth Matthews entertained »;irlth a bridge parly at her home -on West Ash street yesterday after- Twon especially complimenting Miss !J*ur» H«Jt, vho has recently moved -to Armprcl from CliftonvilVc, Miss .- Jflss Ellrabcth Ann Wilson won ^Ihe'Idgh score prize, lingerie, and Hale n-as presented a hand Itier, Lavon, huvc u oli e t° Memphis and Uovinglon, Tenn. lo siwnd wrcral weeks with relallves. Mrs. LHWICIICC Ihniis has re- lumed la her home In Springfield, 111., after spending leu days with hoi- naiTtilo, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hamby. ! Miss Hob Williams hns (June lo Memphis for sevieiil, days ijpforc jolug lo T; i xns when; slic will i|:cnd most o llic snnimrr. She Is ^ ineniber o the Annorei school fn rally. Mrs. n. F. Kin.hnn- and children, Nancy and lioiiolc. Mrs. l!y- ro]i Morso and sous, Hyrou and 0111. left todny for I'rniikforl Mich., where lliey will .sjiciid somi. lime. Mrs. Klrshner and faiulli will probably ix-iimiu imlll September 1 wliile (he Mones pliui to relurii August 1. Mr. and Mrs. Carletcn G. Smill Jr.. returned Tuesday ntetil (run a brief honeymoon .S|>rnl in N'asli vlllc, Tenn. Before her marriage Saturday Mrs. Smllh was Mis unshlne Adams. They nrc now iciue at "Windenuerc," eountr oinc o[ Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Smith n the south highway. Mrs. Byron Biu'lholojiiew am * A salad plale was served with 3ced tea. JM * " * r*Ir. and Hr* Tannrr HJl»Tinf a Honieparty. .- Mr. arid Mrs. W. B. Tanner, fnr- •«n«rly of here and now of Helena ^are entertaining several members j>f the Thursday Luncheon club as Jhelr guests today and tomorrow .' -Wines, c. W. Afflick. otto Koch Jltzky, Hussell p'alllips, J. A. Leech rfnd A. O. Little motored over thl -«norning. FI«reiKe Ariin jOmptimenttd it - Miss Florence Arian, whose ma y«se to Mr. Phil Felnberg, of Cope J31rardeau. Mo., wilt be brllliantl -solemnized Sunday, June n. vvn "the guest of honor at two affair Just to Remind You- The Ben Franklin Store's festival of Fashions Ends Saturday Thurt is slill ;i M'|IT(:(III of uutstandiiif; valui-s in l'ii|iio and Voilo Div.s.svs made in (he latest styli-H and ik'si^ns. Mwiiy are trimmed with huitons and buckles. /1'hese dresses are priced to sell — Your Selection I'or 98c Other groups of dainty Sheer, l c 'ast Color Children's DITSSI'S for only 28c All Sizes and Colors Available at Ben Franklin Store , Broadway and Main A Blvtlievillc-Ottiicd Store _ Her mother. Mrs. Wolf Arian, 'had -«0 ladies far her guests at a Irous- ^e»u t«a In the afternoon. Alter J;^« display of Miss Arlan's trous- •*eau, rDfreshments were served al Ti table drcoratcd with pink Rladl- J>li-and daisies in carrying oul the •4>lnk and green color scheme. Pint"tapers, In silver holders, flnnkcf . ^he centerpiece and these shade: «»-ere emphasized in the • canapes individual cakes and drinks served ^to guests from Manila, Leaclivillc jDsceola. Portagevilic. New Madrid •Sikeslon, Lcpanto and Blylhevillc. •• Miss Mildred Lang had "op^r Jouse" In the evening when 8( rfnpsts from the same lawns drop- iwd In to compliment Miss Arian Jnd her fiance. Dancing enterlain- JM the party. «. Colorful garden flowers adorned Jr.e swesl lablcs where cakes, cook- JES, dales; mints and "mils were served with punch. ~ Elm Tree 1»» Years otd £ NEW ORLEANS (UP)-A cen jury old elm tree towers In Ih Center of a New Orleans residen tial district whose acres once comprised a Louisiana plantation. II jtands in the yard ol Mrs. Regl- •ald H. Carter. - a descendant of Jfr.e LobdeR family that owned l!ic Gootlfcws for ran 61 __ Brutrilltt tiornlrf »rV» fsro^._Wo a«r fieSj'31 PIULI 01«? Factory Amthorized FEIGIDAIRE SEftVKE Otnutne fttgkhilre Pails Mctor; Trained Mechanic . ReuomMe Charges D«7 R -l>l«e Wjhl 4(4 Ercrctt B. Gee *0e» Co. Featured i at the Fountain 1. Ben Miller lie Cream, the richest ice cream sold in Blythcville. 18'/.,'< Bui lei- Fat. For 27 years the best that could be made. Fresb Peach Sundae - - llic Toasted Sandwiches - - I ar Orange Freeze 1IH- Ice Cream Sodas that Are Better 15c Ginger 'Ale - lOt - 15c - 20r Mexican Heat Powder . 25c 1(10& Quinine 99c Bathing Alcohol 19c Groves Chill Tonic 39c Dental Sod Perlwratc 4 oz 39c ^Pinkham Vegetable Comp, 9 { Jc Glovers Dandruff Remedy 69c HOT WEATHER NECESSITIES Amolin Deodorant 35c Amolin, Cream Tidy stops perspiring 39c Tanglefoot fly pa))cr Idc Marvelous Bath Few. 55c Daisy Fly Killer 20c Eve in Paris Perfume 55c After-Bath Alcohol 39c Jcurelle Pcvfumes $1 Odorono 35c and 60c LIQUID FLY SPRAY-I5c-30C'50c^ Bathing Caps 50c Lawn Chairs Zipper Utility Bags 1129 Picnic Thernta Jugs gallon 89c Electric Fans $119 Tennis Racquets 98c Juvenile Croquet Sets" "11.39 KIRBY'S Airmaid Hosiery A superior line of hosiery rtld I'Nflnsivclv in drug stores, lirntiiiful and sheer. Truly a hdlcr hose. , Toiletiy Center Elizabeth Aril™. OnBarry. Kicliani lluilniirs fi c m c y. Marvelous and Tluec T'linv- ers,. Max Factor. Harriet Huliliard Ayrrand ofber lines to select from. Main at Broadway Main at Second COMPARE ALL OUR PRICES LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Specials for Friday, Saturday and Monday ur (.'oniiiiniiid. Bring Bucket ['ound Misseo No. 2 7c K;ir 5c KIM IFF 171P CAT All N "- 2 C:in !!)<: rllllll fUlt. ISALAU No. Z'/t Can Hie BACON Sliced. Swift's Oriole Pound 16c m,- Af 1 lII7t 1 '''I'e.sli Home Orown. l-'aucy I LJttlll.O I'ound California I'ounrl 19c SALAI) OIL 80c 1 inl I2i/jc (Juart 25c COCOA Alofher's Box 19c I'resh, Meaty Pound Tic Best (jraiiulali'd. QUARTS, 85c CERTO |, For Jellies, Jams and Preserves Bottle 27 c JAR RINGS, Dozi-n CAI'S, Dozen - - - 4c - 23c CHEESE Wisconsin No. 1 Pound PAROWAX KIDNEY BEANS l.oudon's Can ASPARAGUS TIPS ^S 12c BANANAS Ripe Fruit Pound ONIONS Fur Rnnrh .Salmon Style Tat! Can 3c Tie SALMON Medium Hed. Tall Can 16c POUR HOCKS Fresh I'ound 9c SOAP Palmolivc or Camay 3 Bars 13c GREEN BEANS Pound Pure Pork I'oimd Sic Happy Vale No. 2 Can 13c Dean's Best Pound Can CHARCOAL rieat Brand for 28c 15c PORK SHOULDER K', or Whole i. LI). lie LIPTONSTEAllUSL CORN FLARiS GINGER ALE 20c Or Post Toastics Package Liberty Quart Bottle 8c lOc PORK STEAKS Or Kt)ilst PINEAPPLE JUICE N "' c ™ No. 2 Can 15e Guaranteed Kresh Doxcn I'ound 5c I'inlo, Lh. f* _, (irvut Northern. Ib -l'/;C OC Navy, Pound - - - 4c GROUND BEEF Or Hamburger Pound 5c TOMATO JUICE " l>i ' h nr t & BCrop " 5c RKLL PEPPERS Large Size Pound Canova or Sunny Brook Pound 28c MILK Pet, Carnation or Libby's li .Small or ;! Large Cans 20c SALT MEAT Tor Boiling Pound Sic Lux r,r Lifcbnov- 2 Bars 13c Peerless. KJ-oz. Jar - 13c .Inr - 2l?c Light House Can BACON SQUARES For Boiling Pound lOc SALAD DRESSING JSiaV/.-.-t 1 PALMOLIVE BEADS,- ackage 5c OCTAGON SOAP Ree - size> 5 B;irs lOc .Giant Size, 6 Bars - - - 23e SUPER SUDS 2 Packages 15c BflJJtf rilfiBC Lc;in Ccnter CulH ' I ' b - - r uliiv LnUr5 End cuts, u. - - - SOAP CHIPS Clean Quick 5-LI). Box 32c FRESH TOMATOES Miss. Grown Pi und LEMONS ^^Do.en 19C BLUE BUNNY FLOUR ?t!i£3;::S SUGAR Best Granulated 10-Lb. Bag 46c JELLO All Flavors Package ^ Pound NEW POTATOES SALMON COFFEE 2c Mcrrimae No. !/ 2 Can lie No. 1 Can 21c Maxwell House Pound Can 29c LADY ALICE COFFEE CHERRIES. 1 Lb. 22c 4Lb,- - - - 12c 3, No. 2Vi Can - - - , - 22c Rosedale, No. 2'/ 2 Can 17c fOTTF,D MF,AT, Can - - - 2'Ac VIENNA SAUSATiE, Can ar VEAL CHOPS ONIONS PICKLES Pound lOc Red or Yellow- Pound Sour or Dill Quart 15c CATSUP Jlidwcsl 14-O?,. Bottle 12c Northern Roll 6c FRANKS or BOLOGNA Pound ^ Pound c MATCHES. I'et Brand Box 3ic (iliAI'E NUT FLAKES.»» 17c I'nffecl Wheat if f\f^ MtitTctts, 10c JLVVOats - - • Sc K. C. Kih. I'ound 12Vic Stew, found - - - - S'/^c 17c MILK Van Camp or Cottage (i Small or !{ Large Cans PIMIrAPPI ii 1 Kl)SC(1illc N(l - 2 C!ln ir ' c 1 lllUAl I LSi- No. ZVi Can - - - - I!V CCKN_ SOUP Lililiy's Cnlden linnfam No. 2 Can 10c Phillips. Vegetable or Tomato Can 6c SPINACH ,\rk. Brand No. 2 Can Sc No. 2'/i Can - - lOc TOMATOES Forked Deer Brand No. 2 Cnn 8c EGG PLANT Pound HENS Full Dressed. Dressed Fresh Dailv. I'ound OLEO AH Brands Pound lie TOILET TISSUE Waldorf Roil 5c LARD !,a«rel Leaf Brand 4-Lb. Carton - - - J2c 8-Lb. Carton - - - 79c FLOUR 49c 2.1 Lbs-S5c HAM Home Baked Pound 40c All Crisp 1-Lb. Hox lOe 2-Lb. IJ«x 18e SANDWICH JIEAT. fi-o/. Can - !0c Liliby's, No. 2Vi Can 17c %3' Rosedale, No. 2"/j Cnn - - - : • U :

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