The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1933 · Page 2
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\ BLYTI^VtLLE. (ARK.) COU&JER NEWS MONDAY, SocUl EVENTS City 'Council P.T.A., high school tomltorluAi, J:30 a. m. Young Jialrpns club, Mrs. Doyle feraoBj hostess. WH3NESDAYS EVENTS Delphtan meeting, 9 a. m.. Hotel Cemetery assoclatKM NoMe.- Elmvood Mrs. L*slk Moore hostess, 2:30 P m. Ctaia Otr1« OffictW. Sari Sni'dcr was r»«lcclcd prcs Idcht of the Opeii Door Sunda; school class - of the First Method 1st church In a mectliiK Sunda: rnotnlns.' Other, officers tor the, year art: toy Welch, vice prtsi- dent; Mrs. Harry Klrby, secretary: ks slay in Chicago where slie was the guesl of Mr. and Mrs. I A(va Burks while -attending ihc' fair. W. Leon Smllh spent ycstcKlayi jn Memphis, with Mrs. Smith .who Is at the Baptist hospital. Mrs. Smith will . be removed to her home liciio Wednesday following major operation weeks Mrs. Roland Green, treasurer Tills group, which has an enrollment of 100. has an average attendance of 60. '-•..'-.-.• • • . \V. Leon Smith Is attending to| business in Joncsboro today. Mmcs. B. A. Lynch• 3. A. Leech. H. H. Houchtns and A. Conway left at noon for Kansas City to nllcnd the nallonnl c&nvenllon of the P. T,. O. ,Mrs. Letch Is vice president of Die. local chapter Tlwy plan to return.- Saturday. Ur. and Mrs. M. o'. .Usrcj led Sunday for Kansas City where Dr. Usrey will aUchd ~lhc Frisco Mcd- cHy . council of teacher associations of the Bly- trievllle schools will meet at the high -Ihbol auditorium Tuesday n\omlng.. 9:30 o'clock, All members are urtjed to attend. Clayi M?<t4 Tontpil.. Tfft Beta' CM• Sunday: school class,- o( • the •. first Presbyterian church iwtll haw a meeting to- rititt, 7;» o'clock, at.the home of the teacher, Mrs. 0. M. Gray. . o * • Trila'thiiB-Bunrh. , The marriage of' Miss . Kitty Bunch aiiS Mr. Kim Trsnlham IMS solemnized .at Caiulhcrsnllc, Mo., Saturday evening. , . : ! The bride wore an autumn frock of deep -blue rough cicpc Irlmmcd \ylth white.. ' tor. 'arii their attendants. '• jrtiv Trihihtim and his bride are «6> at h5rrie"a} ffK Hcarn.slreet. Mrs?'TVa'nttiRm.-has %ed 'at Yarbro and Blyth'cvillc fo'r.n number of years. Ttli bridegroom, who Is ttic fori of M.T. and Mrs. N. W. Tranthatt. Is assocltitcd with hi; fathw-ln buSineis. Eiftrrn SUr 'te Icnl convc'nltoii. They will return Wednesday night Or Tliursdivy niorhlng. . . Miss Elizabeth Bin-bank, until recently director ol Ihc Girls Industrial School at Worcester. „ , Masi.. Is here for a visit with Mr, i llirc .> u -1 nnd Mrs. J. B. Clark, while en! route lo her home at Burbnnk,) Netherland fd'Mrs. Lee Duncan were Xlrs. Clara Throsmartln ol Hny- ti has moved lo this cbmmiiWly. Mr. and Mrs. Hnrvc Stockton Mr. .and Mrs. T. W. Whittle Btylh'cvllle were visitors In the vomc of Mr. arid Mrs. A. C. ISlun- kefuhln Sunday Mtcrnooh. Mrs. Murk Tioutinftii nnd Mrs. Marshall Rowland were e«esls ol Mrs. J. B. Newman nt Terry Siiritcli. . . Mr. and Mrs. Albert Blimkcn- shlp of Wnr'dell were Kucsl. 1 ; of Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfivcl BlnnVriuhlp Sunday. 1 Johnnie Trout'inftu visited Hnyll Thursday evening.. The local cViapter of Ihc Eastern Star will have a "Homo- era Star .... ... - .. coming" Tuesday night when jh?mbc'rs of . the 'org'anlMlldn In tWls clly will' be Invltecl. Mem- >>crs of Ihc "newly organized chapter ' at Huffman Mil nlso shure honors 'irtth those of Blvfncvllle who are not ' affiliated with the todgc here. .. One of tKc spiskers will be Mrs. E. R. Bogah of UKora, district deputy. •'• •••'.' .Following the program, lo be- fln «l 7:M o'clbcl;, rcrrcshmcuts %ill be sensed' in 'a social hour. Half Moon Baby Dies Winifred Rlchnrdson. year-old ron of Mr. 1 nhd Mrs. Henry Rich- j nrdsou of Hnif Moon, died Salur-j day at 10 o'clock. His death was attributed to pneumonia. •'FViicml services were coiiduct- fd by- the Rev. W. W. Walters.! interment wnu nmde at North' Biwba' cfiv.ttcry. '• The deceased Is survived by his parents, .one brother and one sis- } Dr. - Moss' Morticians were In charge of funeral arrangements. .Courier News \V»nl Ads. SHORT- WINE VElVfTScH PRESS, LEfT, • USES STRIPED RIBBON fOK. ROW AND BEIT. . 'SHEER. BLACK. WOOL TH£ FKOCK AT TUf PJGHf, BELOW. EDGES THE NECK POCKET DR£SS AT THE RIGH! IS OF BLUE HA/W WGOLEH WlJH SILVER CUPS FOK. . FASTENINGS. Miss Floris Dcnlmi and Hoy Williams Marry at Luxon l-UXORA. Ark.—Miss Florl Xnlon tincl.Mr. Roy R. Williams f McmpliLs were married Sunday fteinoon at 4 o'clock ut the First church here. The Rev. n. W. Nelson offlclalcd. The bride was Kiven In mar- lage by her brother-ln-lav.-, John Dcarman, Mrs. E. S. Crlhflfld, Nils- ! «ts Mmdlth Graham and Mabel Georit attended the funeral of Clyde Warren Jr., in Halle, Tenn.,, Thursday. • Mrs. L. L. McDcarmuu left'wTd- , c^diiy for Memphis where she' w»s called by the serious Illness • 61 her nephew, Clyde Warren jr.. whose denlli occurred at the Baptist hospital Wednesday. She is, now In Halls, Tenn., where she will remain for a short time. Mr. McUcarman spent Tuesday right, and Wednesday whli his nephew. In Memphis. Jane McKlnncy. daughter of Mr. iiid Mrs. Will Wise, is critically III at the Baptist hospital in Mem- : ihls. Misses Nora Wise mid Mnr- jaret Moflett drove down lo be I with her Friday. ; Miss Maxlne Brown had as her guest Thursday Miss Julia Craig \ She wore a gown of brown wool crepe niul used har- accossorlcs. Her flowers were a corsage of Joanna Hill roses. Mrs. John J. Cowan, who was her slbter's only attendant, also wore a gown of brown crepe with brown accessories and wore a corsage of pink rose buds. Walker of Memphis at tended hLs brother as best man Mi's. C. B. Wood rendered thi nuptial mns'f an'd Mrs. 'J. M. Ma Jors sang "I Love You Truly." Charles Thomas, JR. W. Thomas Earl Kobcrls and Howard Bowcn Ji., .scivcct as ushers. ' Innnctllately after, the ccreinony thp young couple left (or a short, wedding trip after which they will bc'-nt home In Jackson, Tcnri. Miss Denlon is the daughter of Mrs. L. B. .Denton. Mr. Williams is the son.of Mrs. Mattte A. Williams ol Memphis.. He ; Is connected with the General Tood Sales company, and Is localed at Jackson. Tenn. Denlon spent a few days prior lo her mnrriage in Memphis i as the guest of Mrs.. W. J. Dycus and Miss Mary Williams. While visiting' there she was complimented with several prc-nu'ptinl par- lies. Miss Sue Smith arid Miss Mary Williams entertained with a nilscc-llancoii. 1 ; shower and a bun;co 'party at Mi. c s Smith's home at which lime they carried pot, a brlM dal motif. Mrs. W. J. Dycus en-! tertalned with a luncheon, and ii surprise lingerie shower at the Hotel Gayoso, which was followed by a theatre parly at the • Orpheum. Mrs. L. C. Williams entertained as't Monday evening in honor of Miss Denton. Dr. R. A. Kimbrough, L. L. Mc- of Osceola. E. S. Crlhflcld has been ill lor' several days with tonsllitls. I Mrs. C. P. Powell and daughter.: Mrs. Dean McClurkin of Biythe-'. vlllc. spent Thursday ta Memphis. | The members of the Y. W. A. | rendered a siwcial program which concluded a three day season ol p'rayer observed by the Baptist W. M. U. Wednesday evening at the Baptist church. The program- was opened with the song "Jesus Calls | Us," after which Dr. R. A. Ktm- brp'iigh led in prayer. The sub- | je'ct of the program \vos "God's i Garden" and those taking social • parts were: Mrs. R. A. Kimbrough, I Mlsics. Nellie Rose. Margaret Mof-1 felt; -E\;a' George.' Eva Cooke, Rose Lou Cooke,, Josephine Uillis, Anna Margaret Wood, Mrs. John Thweatt arid'Mrs. Spencer McHenry. The | song '.'Soinethihg-for Tliet'l by the i cpriftregatlpn -.and the • song "A'r- kiriMJtj' .;.by . Anne Claire Wtlklns i cprfclu'cSed • t he • progra m . ; Sleep «ii ieit You're sure to lifye QUALITY of BARNES' Cleaning | Nu Kiirnu'iil ever Itiivi-s our willicut llt'Hl passing :> jil inspection. It is our thcnry f h u t "liltUr Uiiiifts count" iiml for this reason we wanl every i?;miienl to t>e finished perfectly heforc it is delivered. This mctriculous iittention to small ilvtiiits t-an only-resuH in QUAMTY Cleaning. NtiWa Cleaners 180 Heart;" .If -stomach GAS prevents sleep-! ing .on righV-side try 'Adlerika. One | dose bring out poisons and re- | licves 'gas Dressing on heart so you i sleep -soundly ''all nielit. $old iuj Blythe'villc IbV; Oity Drug Store. Drug - -Adv. J-8 | T he Latest'" Did Tou know that 'CARD'cri 'his. I helpedVtHousands ol '-wemeh to ! overcome monthly suffering? II ' you feel badly at monthly times, I try taking C3ARDUI 'for'"relief; ! Hartnless. Sold at drug • stores, • Illstant-GM Stoves Watcii! Don't JSc Flim-Flammcd oh Price and Weight Clrt. 'Miss EHzidxth Bu'rbank. of Burbank, 'Cat., who is the guest of Mr. arid Mrs., fames B. Clark, will address mem'bqra of the local Bus- 1 Incis and Professional Women's club this evening, 3:15 o'clock, nt the GorT Hotel,' Vftltors are In- «ted. . . ,' The business meeting will open at. 7:30 .o'clock. : '•, ' Mifs BiirbBtik, who is an intimate friend: of Emily Kncubulil, fxpcutive SccrcUrj' of the National Federation of Business and Professional Women's clubs, was a cousin of the' late Luther Burbank. ' " ' An Itemtztid Cash Register S\ip With feac\i Purchase LIBERTY CASH GROCERS SPlECiALS FOR TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY 21 I'ound Sack 80c 1 POTATOES 'Kxlra Kancy Western jN'O. Limit. PURE LARD No Limit Pound 6iC SOAP Deal •j I.art;e Havs lie Mostly Personal TOMATOES Extra Htiiiidurd No. 2 Can. S for 20c Mr. arid.. MM! -Roland Green spent, yesterday.'with relatives li> Osccpla. '' .',.,>' .-. . . . >*rs. Albi'n- Burks Of rromlscrl Land has .'rctlirftcd from a two D*tt»rs Cive Creosote Fto Danttto'us Coughs PALMGLIVE SOAP Limit IJar 5c BACON Sliced. Swift Oriok i'bxmtl PORK SHOULDERS " BlJTtER American Mnid t'catnl Tint 18e ORANGES California. RED SALMON No. 1 Tall Cnn \ Oi JL 1m 2 C1N6ERALE JOfe CHOCOLATK SYllUP Small - - r.c nrfie - - 1-lc PEANUT BUTTER l> '12e Qt 22c NEK WES Nice and Meaty I'ntmd For many year."! our best doc- birs hRtc prescribed crccrtotc In sonic form lor roughs, colds and bnm'cfttli. kndiflnj ttO& dan?er- cu's It Is- to lcl:tlicm linns on. . Crepmutslon,;Wlth creosote and s-lx-, other .highly. 1 Vmporta)it mcd- i'.lnal clcmcnU, quickly and effectively slops all. coughs and colds i.'iat ottionvlsc- might lead to serious. trouble.'-. . Crcomul5lo«.:Cs pqsrerfnl in : lhc ircaUncnt-ot all colds .and coughs, >ct It Is. ateolutily.lwrrnlcs! and a fi'cas»nt -*nd; easy to . take. • Your own , 'druggist . cuarantcc; CrconrulsTon .by. r.rctundinf ypur ( n^onoy . 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