The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 5, 1933 · Page 2
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FAGfc BI/YTBTEVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS .THURSDAY, OCTOBER_S, J933'': !»!« Biythe, and d. u( hier, Mi«| Six|y Members Enroll in 7 Leaf Clover Found - „ _ mcvung wui u>- HV*M iiiurauay, (J5" DogWOod OUnday School ' ol *r ' 2 > at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Andy Barker. f Had =,, Nc- « "> I. (o n >w of extra school recsntly Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Ladles bible ciass, First Melh odist church, Mrs. hostess, 7:30 yat. Frank Webb Mother Ross Group fresents Procure Mrs. John Durham and Mrs, George W. Barhani were Uoslcsscs to the missionary society of the First Christian church this week >t the home of Mre. Barham when FITS church liere will entertain the! Jtsilz. T H. E;islcy. Mursii M. C:il- in? city lios not been meeting In! group Sunday, October W for ttio Imvny nnd E. A. Uoodrlcli uncl Hie summer months, |s having Us November mcellng and olhcrs will Mrs. Jivw Robblns, of Slede. lirsl parly o( Ihe season loilay be held as follows: Dell, firsl Sun-' The lluwcis were nllrncllvi-ly iir- »Hh Mrs. C. W. Affllck as hostess, day In December; Joiner, Janu- rnnpcd with pink roses nnrt dahlias • • ary: Kclser, February; Luxora, in the living room nnd Ihe same CoriifU-Ilruoks March; Manila, April; Osceola, iwo (lowers, In red, In Ihe dining The nmrrlngc c[ May, Wilson, June; Yarbro, July. room. Lee Williams, Keiier, president | A chicken silud wiis served with of the league, conducted the dc-! ollvc.s. cnkc nnd hot ten, votlonnl. He announced that, nil • • • leagues must send In dnes before; Khnwooil Cfmrk-ry Miss Huthi Jirooks and Dclmer Cornell, both Bits oj Ntucs Mostly Personal TOO LATK TO CLASSIFY WANTEO TO RENT Ihc met meeting wlien the annual, election will be held. Kclser.won Hie banner for highest honors. 20 members attended. The program was presented by the Mother Ross group and was dedicated lo Mrs. E. K. Latlmer,. leader of tho group, who Is at j t!ub Campbell's clinic In Memphis. ,The program was: dcvotlom Mis. Edith UcCool, on "He Went, nifetlng yesterday fine Arls Study Il;is Mrcilnj The Klmwc.od Cemetery usoclu | lion, recently organized to cure for the ccmflery of that nuinc, ! met with Mrs. Leslie Moore yes- 1 trrday iiflcrnuun. ' The 11 ptfsont heard the read- of Lcaclwlllc, was .vricmnlwri in •..,„„, tills city with Ihe Itev. J. Blufford }>.',, Caldv.'i'll |»rformin» the ceremony. t( J f( j* u- .t- i* | A nrnrlugo license has been la-' if ' r sued to Miss MuUlo Lewis and O. Mrs. P. N. Lutlrell. who under-1 a serious operation at the i t hospital in Memphis yes-j , Is reported resting well to- 13. linuon, Ixith of Manila. l-'lijipu-I ,, , , , , ,, ..,. . 1<?ft M W for hr!cf vls115 "' 1Vn " \ 1}asce , Mrs . p hmlps imd BMy go . j Ing to Rldgctop lo see Mrs. phlt- llps' mother. Mrs. George U. Cp.!i Th rvn i,. w,, A ,< nun'"* °I the coniitlUilion. which was The marriage or Mils Marcclla ,„„„, w ho wil , return j. omc wilh The Delphian Fine Arts club >> , rna(1( . |ru)s ln ,„„,, ,, aync „„„ Ernest Flippo, both ol thc a|ld Mr5 Be] , £ *V! £i," P "'1 ">. S ° J ?'° ^, oH the cemetery Grounds U,ta Wcr. Mo took ptaec ,„ this city clarksville (or „ vblt ^ ^ ^ at tho Hotel wns, About Teaching, Preaching, Heal-: Noble. Mrs. G. O. Cuudlll ing"; talk on organization of the leader. TJ. C. M. S. 13 years ago and a| After she had told of Ihe clwr- resume af the Mother Rosa group actcristtcs o( Ihc age in whlcli month. I phis, is the guest of her mother I .vlrs. C. J. Cox. Saturday. Justice Luby Ad 7 ^ Mr6 Jl)S i nh p^,. „„„ ,.,„,„ In Hie .sccinl hour there was a kis-'-on iicrformcd^ the service. [ MiS5 Geneva Slalllngs. of Mem' contest ntuL rEihc.ihmcnls served. Afier om> more meeting In Oc- Alklnsun-Jones and Mother Ross, Mrs. EM ferry,' J,o«o Iwcdand Ihe In nucjjce, on ^^^^^^^' lt ^ |Tr™ V%A%\ lnM '- ""'""• * G ' UHle wwe presentation leader; talk "Leaders his work Mrs O. W. Dlllulimily ... llnd Jamcs AlWiuon, both oC this 1 " 1 of a New Day" Mrs. J. C. Ellis; spoke of his life and works. Moore-Hull cllv Justice E D Walker ner- talfe "The Roll of Honor" Mrs. 811-! Miss Elizabeth Burbrmk, of Bur- M ° nrc """• •formed the ceremony Saurdiv ^n Vivian- 'talk "Out of Bond- 1 , bunk, Col.. Imiiscgucsl of Mr. nnd Announcement has been maila in formed the ccicmony Satmdaj. age" Mrs. W. Leonard Smith: Mrs. Jamo.<; II. Clark, siwkc on U:c marrlasie of Miss Ix>ve Holt, reading, Dorothy Cross; prayer, ''Modern Art and Architcclurc." daughter c! Mr. mid Mrs. ,1. W. Mrs Eas'tbufh I New member.'; of Ihe group arc Holt of this city, to Mr. I'aul MOO-.T, Hefreshmerits were served In Ihe Mmes. W. L. Horncr. Elton W. son of Mi. :<M Mrs. bf. I). Moore, j school class of the Klrby, A. B. Fatrfleld, IWcy B. of Greenfield. Tciin. . , v Jones, Bill Dolan and Dr. Edna The tvedillng was solemnized a', iiicw year. They are: MabelJo W11-. Ul ^ Nies and Miss Margaret Mcrrltt. Fulton, Ky. iron, president; Alia Mai Judd, This group meets twice monthly The briiie hns been making her [vice president; Audlcy Biythe. FURNISHED APARTMENT or small house for several months. Address Mis. John McCarthy, '.'„ Courier News. 5pki). Servant room within walking distance of 1100 Chickasawba avenue. Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls, Call 306 or 274-J 5xtf. Useless Monthly Pains Thousands of women escape usc- ;«ss pain and discomfort at monthly periods by taking CARDUI, purely vegetable, harmless medicine. Mothers give it to thelr dauehters. Sold at all drug stores. J. D. Booker is superintendent, and An i Smith Whittle, secretary. jj^ Officers and teachers held Iheir AVI. first meeting at tr.o home of Mr. K«IJ and Mrs. Whittle when plans were * crl< r treiun«nt, w]ii<h users &uu e t . «a«c.i«dJr«** and h» win social hour. Cowity B. Y.I P. C. Names OHletn J. P. Friend, Blrtheville, president of the.sUU B. Y. P. U. association, and a prominent laymen In the Baptist church, wns elected president of the Mississippi County B. Y; P. U. association. In a meeting at Reiser last evening held in conjunction with the county Baptist association. Other officers named were: W. B. Wallace, Blytheville, vice president; MLs s Clara Belle Kenton, Blytheville, secretory, and treasurer; Miss Ann Tompkins, Burdettc, pianist; J. Blufford Caldwcll, Armorel, chorister. • The "Just Friends".,Uriion of the First church 'liere' won- the efficiency banner arid the Blytheville Second church, the attendance banner. "The 150 present-heard a program led by .Mrs. Friend with Mrs. J. L. Neirsom conducting the devotional. Young il Class Elects Officers Thc "Cloul Reach : chool cluss I church hns elected officers for the on Wednesday mornings, !):30 home In Orcenllcld with Mr. and Jrctary; Geneva^ Carter, o'clock, at thc Hotel O. W. McCutchen is l-oral. Girls lu School Activities Blytheville girls away at school ness, arc Interesting themselves in a, , . . number of activities In addition lo j Bowman-Crawford tliclr school work. ' Miss Mildred Crawford nnd Odls Miss Clara Louise Duvis. who Is - nowinnn, bolh of Kclscr, have a freshman at Southwestern Unl-|uecn issued a marriage license, verslly at Memphis, hns been' Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afflick. Mrs. Otto Kochlltzky and Mrs. J. W. Morse spent yesterday in Memphis. „ . , Tin Laiiilx-rL has returned to St. BH«I nnr.ti«i Louls :lfter siwndlnf several days First Baptht v . 1(h 1)ls [nm|)y Mrs. David Barton, of WtloOii, is of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns. Mr. and :ich., 'are Ihe mother, Mrs. The bridegroom Is a graduate oIjLeVcrnc Plynn, chairman service Hie Bradford high school and is! activities. associated with his father .in bust- : 'i' 1 "! class will hold a business meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer, leacher. pledged to the Chi Omega sorority. Miss Jeanne Harrison, a senior •|'hui^d:iy Lunchcnn (Jlob K«umcs Parties The Thursday Luncheon Crowing Hen <i»od Cacklrr THE DALLES, Ore. (UP)--A he'n i that crows before laying an egy I nnd cackles after laying it is own- lings, !):30 home In Orcenlleld with Mr. and Jrctary; Geneva Carter, treasurer;! •••" ;*,• lt ™ Noble. Mrs. Mrs. Henry Holt. S'.:c Is a gradu- R"byc Walnwright, rcporte; Veldu ''" , s °" f0 ', r , [°!L,' V president, ate oC thc Greenfield high school.' Martin, chairman social activltlcs; '»""'." UI -" r "'i""s WAKE UP YOUR LIVER BlLE- WITHOUT CALOMEL j cd by I'.tul Velarde. Tuc fowl also club,! greets Ihe rising sun each morning County Bis Meeting Here . The Mississippi County Feoptt league of Methodist churches met. at the (First church here ' ' Sunday- 'afternoon. . ' 'in 'the buslMB- (session plans made for : the meetlnes of the coming year. 'The Lake 'Street Boy! I can breathe now! In the high school department of:which lika-other bridge clubs of with a lusty crow. Mississippi Synorilcal college at Holly Springs, has been elected vice president of her class and Mis s Jeanne Dlllahunty was elected secretary and treasurer. This Is their first year away. Club Members »ml Guests Entertained Mrs. W. C. Cates was hostess to members of the Tuesday Rook club and a number of guests this week for the usual twice a month party. The guests included Mmes. Herman, Cross. M. Fitzslmmons, Tom W-;; Jackson, W. M. Taylor, K. 13. Nolen, S. P. Martin. J. W, Adams sr., A. M. Butt, T. H.' Haynes. M. QUICK RELIEF for stuffy heads tt PREVENTS many colds And You'll Jump Out of Bed in the Morning Rarin 1 to Go ,. It you fed BO'JF mil sunk and the world Itxjkl punk, dcn't sw&llow a [ot of Bills, rr.ln- rrul»*ler,oU.laiiUve candy or thtwinj-Eum and expect the tn to rr.akc you suddenly infect and buoyant ar.d full of iur-ahl n c. 1*or they fan't do it. They only mavo tbo Tiowds »n«l • incrft movrmrnt dooan't jet it the ca-j-v. The reason (or your down-an 1-out [ccSinj: ia your liver. It ahrml<! pout oui Iwo pounds ol liquid bile into your twwdi daily. [f lhL» Liic is not. Jlowing frcfly, your food rluwn't d:|dJt, It jusl i!coy» in th« boTTfli, C»s blflita up your sLomucb, You havo a thict, barj ta^tt ami your lutath is loul, sk i M. c-ften 11 rt*ks out i n Wf mishtd. Your head nrhM*nrt you Iwl down and out. Yourwbxjla ayiitrmls pAuonctL U ukea tho»d Kood, old CARTER'S ! L11TLK LIVER PILLS lo set the*.- two I utidi of bill ftowinf freely and make you up," Th*y contain wonderful, h»rrale»j, ci-ntl* vegetable c*tncti, icutrint %'bfti it can:LA to miking tli« hilo flow freely. Btit rfon'taik tor liver pill). Aak (or Cirttr* UtUc Uver I'ills. Look for the naou Mtt* C«rter-|UtU»LiT ? rPillJ on tho red \&* itorci. 0 IPI1 C. 11. Co. K?£ pautidi c fwl "up Watch! Don't Be Flim-Flammed on Price and Weight An Itemized Cash Register Slip With Kaoh Purchase LIBERTY CASH GROCERS THIS STORE FOLLOWS THE NUA CODE 100'; SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY and MONDAY ELQUR Mary Jane or Acme Plain. 24 found Sack 79c HIRE LARD Maxwell House, Sunny Brook Canova, Dean's. Can 25c MILK Libby's. Small Can 3c TilU Clm 6c Lge. Familv' Sixe\ Half or Whole, U>. lOc WeH Cured ./ Center Cuts. Lb.lT'/jC RIITTRR American Maid or Monogram 2 11* CORN<S-; S ) Country (icnllunian No. 2 Can. ;! for Extra Kcv Reds. No Limit ** 1 100 Lhs. S2.39; Lb. Hard Green Heads. No Limit SWEET POTATOES Nancy Halls, Lb. Porto KicanH. l,b. MEAL . Sea Breeze. Made by Quaker Oats Co. No Limit. ~2t Pounds BACON Swift's "Oriole". Fancy Sliced. Pound 12ic Wisconsin No. 1 Cream Pound Aa a "Get-Acquainted" 'feature we will give you your choice of a Free Shampoo and Set or a Manicure and Arch— Friday and Saturday Only Please Call 229 For Appointment Grace Elanore Beauty Shoppe 1st Poor North of Kirby Bros. - On Brondw.iy LookingFor Something Smart and Practical? : TOUR SEARCH IS ENDED N'en Coats and Swagger Suit* just arrived, from market. They're as chic .'is anything you've ever seen. The coats are iport ard dress, plain or fur trim, silk crepe lined and interlined, novelty fabrics, tough wool crepes and rich broadcloths. Trimmed In squirrel, mink, tkuuk. wolf, badger and genulr* mosltral. $12.75 to $59.75 Ah, These Dresses! A hinl of 1031's fashion crc.itlans in tnese charmln; silks, featherweight woolens and sun anil wool cumblaations.. New tones of zinnia, broneen, green, black and brown. Slits I* to 52. No need to shop any farther. $5.75 to $21.75 A Hat For Any Occasion You simply c.'in't decide on any ote of thcsr clever litlle bats, but they're priced 50 reasonable you can afford mere than one. We '"£• cest the Beret type....it goes with everything. Then a brim for laUored clothes, and maybe a turUn to lentf the gay note to your costume. $1,98 to $4.95 New Economy Shop Ingram Bldg. Phone "954- CTU'AD 1HJRE CANIi <| ^ l.nwcr on 10 Us. OUUAH JL \f Thitn Any Adv. 1'rice SOAP Palmolive. "> Bur Limit C*» Kuch OC PURE LARD S. 64c lc SALE This week end we will conduct a lc Sale on certain Walgreen merchandise. Watch for our circular. In addition to the lc sale, we offer the following specials TOBACCO DEPT. Prince Albert — lOc Wilson's Best Pound Bring Your Jug Gullun 18c BEANS Niivy or Orciit Northern 1U Pounds Cremo Cigars, 1 for Iflc HAVANA SWEETS 2 fur ONIONS Red or Yellow 1'otind 3c SAUSAGE 100'; Pure Pork. (Not Mixed). Pound 7ic PORK CHOPS Best Center Cuts Pound GROUND BEEFin'tir,:-,";" 74' Cris|> Heads Kai-h ORANGES J " ity ca " a """ 1 "°- 15c REDSLMON Roscdalc No. 1 Tall Can PORK & BEANS Phillips No. 1 Can Sc GINGER ALE OR SQDA WATER 24-07.. Bot. 3 for PEANUT BUTTER "12c qt 22c Economy J-Lb. Box : '.2-IA. Box I3c 23c APPLR. 1 ^ 81 " For Home or Table Uw No Limit. Pound OATS 55-Oz. Box 12 V t c Small Hox 25-Oz. 1 Q^ • Can • JLOV ^ viri ' R (S) Picnics. Small Si/e :i to 5 Lb. Aver. Pound SPARE RIBS Plenty of Meat Pound (From No. 1 U. S. Graded Beef) Thick Kib. l2'/ 2 c: Shoulder, ISr CHERRIES 19c Libby's. Hijihesl (Duality Heavy Syrup. 2 ',2 Can WHNERS FHANKS ov PORK STEAKS Nice and Lean 4 ft^* Pound 1UC TOMATO PASTE N?^^ 24 BIG DEAL SOAP Burs lie TOILET PAPER ,,S,rS°'5c MURIEL CK;ARS « „ 25 U All Chewing and Smoking 'I'o- baccos at Special Prices Nash Chill Tonic-- -39c Groves Chill Tonic --39e 666 Chill Tonic 19c - 39c BROWNIE Cl A ri S s £ Vicks Salve 29e AT THE FOUNTAIN Hot Chocolate - - - lOc Made With Sweet Cream an* Johnston's. Chocolate HotfMi 15c HotTamaks----lflc With Chili ------ 15c Ice Cream Soda - - - 5c Castoria, Genuine Fletcher - - - 34c Alcohol, Full Pint 15c Black Draught 19c Palmolive Soap, Limit 5. Bar - - 5c Kotex, Stock Limited. 2 {or - - - 25c Dye, Putnam Fadeless. 3 for - - - 25c Lanes Liver Pills 18c (!«ncr:il Reconstructive 7JTC Tonic. Guaranteed Lvsol 23c Bromo Quinine 24c Cotton Pickers Tape 1A<- 5 Yds. x i/j Inch IV COD UVER OIL Gcnuine Olafs ^t 64 C BRUSHIESS SHAVE Wrigley Chewing Gum, 3 for - - lOc Quinine, Full Ounce 89c ALARM CLOCKS Gilbert QQC SI.50 Value OJ Kir by Drug Stores Main at Second Phone 89 Main at Broadway Phone -2»

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