The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1933 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 19, 1933
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PAGE TWO BLYTEEV1LIJ5, (ARK.) cgURlER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10, litSI! ,Mr. and Mrt. Jarnc"; aix! twnily o' , ucll. I Mr. O. Wyall :,i--L MI- IM'.' • ' . Mr. iiivl Mvs. IJMiV) Aub.iii KIT : the parents of & ECII. barn Mtm&iy. 1 Ti:c Rev. Mr. WnlKi-, Ml! iill Ii.; imvnlhly Appointment l'-'-se Samlay. Social Calendar mio and Hie infliicnrc ol sc-ulp- Uirc upon pointing. Mrs. KcclUU?ky lolit ol M»sai> i "nf"\'i'nmi!n'<;[cU> 1 s life nlKl paintings and the ad- re n f Trad- !v"icemei>l lie made in the tech- dison oh Kentucky avc., 2:30 p m. Fldelis Sunday school, class, First Baptist cliurcli, Mrs. Husscll Farr hostess, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. A. J. Thornton. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. and Miss Mary Edr.n GRtlin, of Morganfiold, Ky., arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Ev- Gcorgc White their home in rard. Mr. and Mrs. have returned to Active Year, With Big Program Planned By County Federation iliqiic of painting anil his- outstanding service lo nvl- >, An Arkansas woman, Whmii'i ,\ permanent ^halaishlp for a[lo adom Ihe arches where the Kc&ms, of Forl.smllli. w-.a'is'wlde-j v.urlh-whilo sir!. Ihe conliiixiiinco counties adjoin. as u moJern artist, was'oi Hie bvaulMuni; "f highways, tho| Prises to be offered Include Tanura, Fla., after a visit with Mr. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry White, at Promised Land. Mrs. Ida Crawford has relumed | from Memphis where she attended to business for several days. Mutie Department of Woman's Club to Meet. A study of American (oft songs und colonial patriotic «irs will entertain members ot the- music dj- parlmenl of the woman's club who plan to attend the meeting Friday afternoon, 2:30 o'clocX, at the home of Mrs H: P. Paddison. M!» Margaret Mcrritt Is leader. All present will' slnj "Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean" with Miss Viiginia Terry al the piano. Miss Merrill. i= to speak on "Colonial Music", and Miss Terry will play popular airs of Washington's (line. Mmes. Paul L. Tipton, George M. Lee and Russell Parr will sing two trios. Five junior high school students will give a musical sketch with minuets, in costumes, under tlw direction of Miss Mary Emma Hood. "Southern Folk Songs anc National Airs" will ba the subject of a talk by Mrs. L. E. Vamlerford The program Is to bo concluded with n medley ol national tunes played by Mrs. Bill Dolan. Mrs. George Hamilton and Mrs II. O. Partlow are (o assist Mrs Paddison as hostesses. - • • To Have Call Meeting. There will be a call meeting o circle' 3 of the woman's niissionar) society ot t"C First Melhodis church Friday afternoon, 3 o'clock al the home of Mrs. R. H. Bennett ri!-;:rjsscd by Mrs. James J3. Ciark. To Have Vie Supper. There will ba a pis supper given at (he Kliady Line schoDl Friday f\(-nlirg. Or.tober -3. Siri will entertain tl'.e guesti. diligent workli aclivillcs prior of all to the dubs In awards of $7 and $3, respectively, natlomil to the high school pupils writing Hcporl-i .showed thai numerous' projects arc being carried out. Mr*., I/, s. Mitchell of Ctaccola, cduca-; lion chairman, lold of Ihe girl In school at Couway who Is lieing Riven a scholarship by the fedc-rn- .„ ., „ ,,lion. At Oils meeting each mem- ",- ; Ma £ "?" ',"' her donated $1 to Iho fiuii!. w - c - rntchcll, Each club was asked to have at Je»si one Inteiuallonl relations r^tt~z&ry^.'tt'P!iZ32aSBBZm»riVJMi* \Yi;!i-l)! Don't Ik' Him i-'hnnnir.'i on I'riiT or sSS Hospital Notes Admitted to tin- Ulytl-.eville \v>:--{ piliiJ: Franklin Mlci'.'.c, Kircli-. Mo.j A. 'ii. zohncr, §teeU', Mo.: Mrs. .).; . city, Mo.;, William Fora. hiuiKv.j. • program and members were to raid and study more closely International affairs and to see that Read Courier Nctts'-AVarfL Ads. [rdcratou inei'ting In Hot Springs the beat. essays on "Would You our country Is cept prepared for next May, tin- attemlniicc of mcni- LIXo to Enter Politics as a pro- emergencies which might arise by " - - - - , beii. at Hit club institute to IK Cession?", a prize to the club bring- held In this district -..din-ink', the. ins Hie most new clubs Into the cnmlnu iwu months, and .the car- federation this ywr. and a prize rylng out of nil provisions emlxxl- to the club which has the best L. J. Lavci-ty. Otic Koclitltzky. i, cal ieil liy Mis. Jplm W. Eilring'-l pioneer times In this comity. leas Sraiy, Howard Proctor, nnd ton O f oscculu. president. All of Intereft In other affairs al I). Harrison nnd Miss -Veliln (lib work Is lo be-so orgnnlzcd lliat shown In Ihp voting of coopcratlpn ilcock will ntleml tlie miictuit,' of. v hcn the nailounl feilcratton has:In Die NRA movement, Ihc Nails meclliiB in Hnl 1 Sprhigs nqil i lional Education', week rjoyembcr Ccnictfr)' Association Has 'New MtnVbers. Sis ne\v members were enrollcc In the Elnvwood Cemetery associa ticn In a mcttlng yesterday after noon at the home of Mrs. U. W Mulllns. ' . The'graveling of the road fvoi Acaoemy. Ir.e highway to the cemetery is tl' i-hlef project, tjsfoTe tna -sroup na\ ,;-.... and. this inaW'was dlscusseti. pr-tluccr' of Plans wcif also made tu scr\ wo^ti. chicken dinner down town Satur day. October ^8. IP the social hour Ihc hoslci served ginger bro»d, lopped wit wr.ippe dcrcam, and cake to the 1 present. To H-ivo Jluijo 1'arlj. A bingo party will be given a Ihe Half Moon school Snlurday cv> iiing, beginning at 7 p.m. Prcceci will be placed in the church build ins f ull(i ' Bits oj Netts Mostly Personal i led In tlw "Slur 11 Contest Day" o( 11 Federation of Women's I these aims were \otcd.nt of Achievement Die American clubs — a lunch- Mines. A. M .Wiiiliunrn. M. I con meeting of the executive boan! of tin- Mississippi County Fcdera- (lon of Women's clubs nl the )5ly- llicville Womnn's cluli yeslchluy. ' A wide scope of activities for future months w; -•-'-—'-' v — us'planned by the emu, W. 1. O.sljornc, F .11. Acton, O rri c[ . rs ar.d department, chairmen, publicity scrap book. Other coming events include a county wide card jiarty to be held at the Woman's club here with the date to be announced later when Mrs. i,. C>. Byerley, Lcachvllle, will be chairman of.the project. '- At the meeting of .tfiu county federation in Osceohi next April | "Pioneer Day", will be observed j with, a program centering around . Mississippi County Council Of arcnl-Ti-ac\icr iusoclntlons at' loinorroiv iis rcprosciun- vcs of the Junior high P. T. A. Mr. -mid Mrs. Werner Ebner, for- •,erly 'of here nnd now of Helena, •111 arrive tomorrow to spend the cukci'.rt with Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis t.crry. Mrs. Molllc Tlplosi and Mrs. Mat- ii- Todcl have returned to their .mil In DJcrsbiiVi,'. Tcnn., nftcr n is;i with their ncp-cw. Dr. 1'aul 1*. iptcn. an:l family. N. R Moore and J. I/. Thompson r.. will K'O to MrmphU Saturday 01 a mpetlnji o! the raii-Aincvlcan ' Epi-iiij the Mlssisstppl county group 0 to \'i, when members may snbink :> n'liort which will lie schools, and the movement to have mutually outstanding. • At that Ihe- quorum court make an appro- lime delegalcs will wear Misslssip-^prlatlon for the county health milt, pi comity cotton hells as souvenirs. [Mrs. John' White of Osceola, leg- Thcse will be. furnished by this or-! islatlvc chairman, Mrs. Walter (janizntlon in memory " f K E. .Lee' Wood,. <jl Luxora, snd. MM,. ,O. ; E, \VI]son. ' i Cr '88cr, Blythevllle, were appoint- In hfir recommendations to the eel a. committee to attend the uext board Mrs Edrinijlon asked that meeting of mimum court and members of "» dub.; extend lies- everything iwsslblc to have the p[Ul!ly to other elubs. remember- court realize the need of having ing that one nl the alms of a fed-1 a unit maintained here. Mrs. H. M. Hodges of Osceoln. ln» teimuional relations -chairman. ', Other reports Include that by' Mrs. R. N, Hunl of Osccoln, child ; welfare chairman, who told of co-' cpcrotion wllh Ihe I». T. A. nnil ', Red Cross In child welfare work.' Ihc distributing of magazines was. announced by Mrs. C. E. CrlgBcr.! citizenship chiilimau. :md the pub-: llclty report was given by .Mrs. 1 Howard Proctor. BlyUievillc. . Luncheon was served at n wblc : nllrucllvely decorated with roses. It was an informal affair will). leach member laklng a dish. Those' wns p re£c m were: Mines. .Ediinston. liOiU'.es tuul Mltchul] of Osceola. R. C. Lnnustoii and Wood of Lus- oi-n. Byerlcy. nnd K: H.' Tabcr cT. Ixjnehville, Ocoitjc" W. nhrlimu, How¥ol CAN WIN AND MEN The Favor of Other Men - yo'.rr liver itilo y.jv; l ifce.ilf ill yoiu- IK.U uhok Iwdy. Mov 'I J your . . cuntliliaUJ. V..U act Jill:. .' I'.ns'i loiv iiin. ^illrtLS. •lull «•». li.i-il, 5J1S. illzriL-i-.-,. lij.l.-i. liil%u U-ciimc an li,:l> !o,.ll.::- inz.- iiiur-tliinVini; 1'mon. Vi'u \ yu.n- I'Cf.onn! rl.nnn. Kvr: :-**'• 'o pill fr,,l,l M;-J. I'nl .Inn't iMki- mils, mill-..-.! !.:•!». lii»tivt> [..lit-.'..v< i-i ' visit crated riub is cooporatlvc friend-] The /tiovc.out I c luil ^- ai.ay . Critiger, George M. Lee and Proctor of. BlytheviUe. Ji'e Insurance company agents In. .Ill:- district. •, • | conducted by ratty June Davis, dniigjilc:- : of j widely known vl:s. Esslt Djvls. wlio un'Ooru'cnt a nppcn<llcili.s operation Tuesday it the Blyt'-.cvillc, |iDs'p!tnl, bcl- er today. Jtisc II. Webb, ot Karle, Ark., is ittending to business here. Mrs. Clyde Davis b.xs volume:! Irani Shrt'veporl. La., where she visited relatives lor two weeks. Miss Jennie Mnvie Crowdcr of funnhis is the gi:c3t ol relallvos ji 1 se\ p t'ial days'. Mr. and Mrs. H. K Ojy have returned .from • Columbia. Tcnn.. -.vliere ihey vlslteil tl:eiv son, B. P. |r., w'ro altends CoUnnblR Military Other matters taken up Included a resolution ol rcs]>ecl for tlic InstilnU'S uciiHJ held j laic R. 1 E. Lcc Wilson. Mississippi, throughout. Arkoiisns this fall are coimly's bcnefaclor. Mrs. W,i F. Lake. 1 H was voted to send a copy of club Icn'dcr. Who the book . "Marse John. Goes le rill bo In this district' sometime Wftr " written by a member, Mrs. before Christmas. This meeting is V. P- Jacobs to the Arkansas I'cd- ' " e:ailon ixxili shelf at 'Ihe national Ekron News Notes A family rcilnloii was held at the J. T. S:viitn horn;. Their eight childnn and 20 grandchildren sur- pris' 1 :! them Saturday night. Thos-3 liviiif away from Ekrcm who were picienl werr Mr. and Mrs. Clcattis Smith and family ot Maiden. Mo., Mr. and MLS. IU-.iiy Smit'r; anci family of Flint. Mich.. Mr. and,Mvs. t and [aniily of Cnruthersvlllo. 10.. and Mr. and Mrs. Taylor and H tVve llow nr vD'jr' •-. IJlllcj I.ivcr r;H 5 . No (;-.!•.: in CBrli'r-r. Only Jn.r. • ^xlracl». K y.,u.n'mil,l I. t'artcr'3 Link- Mvec t j iili directions I0'l:ty. .-^ 1 '.i''. '-' . C'asli I'.i'jjisti-r Sli]) With Hach Purchaw •Specials Friday,-Saturday, Monday i| JiVi:V£f:. i \J S.-t^Ap I- IIFlA ; 10 be lie-Id .nt Marion. ' •'•Forward Tlirou B h Fcdcrall6n"| heatlnuarters in Washington, D. C. was the subject of Ihc president's address. In outlining the year's work she told of how the bcantl- flcatlon program was to .Include the Improvement of ' vacant lots and public highways by planting collonwood. pecan and .red buds trees. S|Kdal work will be done The United atntes (s the largrat, sClK" Icdtlier In Iht Remember that the proper use ol Th'ciaford's Black-Draught for constipation, tends to leave the bowels acting regularly'. A fine, old reliable medlclfte; N<jt expensive. Insist on THEDFORD'S, Rite Price Grocery & Market SPECIALS 1UI Wcj.l .Iv.iili SI. T. [J. Vai- lllUI>i.T, ()\i uci am. lllythcvillr, Operator Ark. Class Elects Officers. The Klngbearcrs Sunday schoo'. class of the First Baptist clu;rcl, hst! a meeting Ttiesday aftcrnooi. at Ihe .l:ome of Mary Jane Hogan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hogan. Officers elected were: Mary Jan. Hogan, president; Billy Jo Pagt vice president; Owcta Hargcll. sec rctary; Odie Wright, Ircas'iier, Miss Alice Marshall, teacher: no- by Ruth Sccoy. chairman cf tlu program committee. The members were served a .sal acl course with toasted marshmal- l)cl|,llians ITavc An mm I Prcsidcnl's Luncheon. Mrs. Otto Kochtitzky, outscini president ot the Delphian Fin Arls club, was the guest ot houo .T the annual president's limchcoi yesterday al tr.c. Hotel Noble. The 20 members present wer jcrved.a lotr course menu at a ta bV, gaily decorated 1u keeping \vlt the Hallowe'en holiday. Ciold dah lias lormcd the cenlcrp:ecc and -th cards \vcrc of Hallosve'cn tie sign. Mrs. O. W. McCiitchen. prcsldtr !or Ihc new year, tpokc ot t? work in the past year under tl direction of M>s. Kcchtitzky, Mr Kochtllzky told of the. value deri' ed from being a Delphian and I) Edna Mies, as one ol the ii»\v n bcrs, bespoke appreciation for bell affiliated with tf.c grcup. The lunchecn foliorvEd il-.e ICRU- - Isii- twice a.month meeting. Mrs Frank Thrasher was iraticr ol the program which dealt with Ir.e advance of art /rbrn ciatflb'jc to Mas- Save our Register Receiptsfor 1% discount Special Friday & Saturday Only KllEK' .MANICURK With every shamrxxi. sol and dry. Or a Fuclal will be given Icr 23 ccnte .cxlrj. -Grace" Elan on; Beauty Slioppc Fhone 229 •,' ' Campbell's Tomato Soup, 3 Cans 25c Van Camp's Hominy, No. 2^ Can 7%e Tomatoes, "Reel Foot 0 No. 2 Can - 7%c Turnip Greens, No. 2% Cans. Ea. - lOc Cream Meal; 24-Lb. Sacks - - - - - Me Pet or Carnation Milk, 8 sm. or 4 Ige. 25e Pork & Beans, Phillips. Can 5c V. C. Cocktail, 22-07. Cans. Ea. - --I2c California Finn Head Lettuce, Ea. - 5e Kraut, "Fancy". No. 2V 2 Cans. Ea. - 10c Hiimko Shortening, 8-Lb. Carton - (52c Pure Lard, 8-Lb. Cartons. Ea. - - - - 64c DeJ Monte Peaches, No. 2'/ 2 Can - 15c SandwicVi* Spread, (-^uart Jars 25t 1 Bbl. Flour & 50 Lbs. Lard for $10.50 Meal, Best Cream, 10 'Pounds - - - - 19c Best Red Triumph Potatoes, Lb. - - 2e Apple -Butler, Quart Jars - : - - - -..- 15c "All Brands Premium Oats, Ea. - - 25c Sweet .Mixed Pickles, Quarts - - - - 19c Bulk Coffee, "We Grind". IGc & 2nc Lb. Shorts or Chops, 100-Lb. Sacks - - $1.50 __ "DRESSED FRYERS and HENS" Salt Meal, Good Grade. Lb. - - - Ever-Good Hams, % or whole. Lb Chitterlings, 10-lb pail 75c; 3^1b bag 25c Fresh Mixed Sausage, Lb. 5c Franks or Bologna, Pound --.---- lOc Bacon, Sliced or in Piece. Lb. - - - HM>c Ground Beef, Fresh and Pure. Lb.-- l()c Pure Bulk Lard, Bring Pail. Lb. - - 1Y& Pure Pork Sausage, Lb. lOc K. C. Round Steaks (Sat. Only) Lb. lOc -WE.SELL BENNETT'S PRdDUuMi Phone 234 - - ?1 Orders Delivered Free An Eskimo wouldn't want, anything warmer than HANES! EXAGGERATING? Of course. But even the plain, ordinary facts about HANES Wonderwear sound like e»ggerationt Feel inside a suit. Cuddle your hand against the pile of fleecy fabric. When that's buttoned across a man's chest, there's not a chance for gooseflesHI HANES labels tell the truth about the size. When a man gets into HANES, he can stoop and stretch without holding his breath. No pinching at the crotch and armpits I Buttonholes, cuffs, and seams are sewed with the sti'.ch that saves you nincl Stock-up for a warm Winter with Wonderwear. P. H. Hancs KnittinK Co.', Winston-Sa!tm, North Carolina. IIANE3 sir rfMwvrr. union II f J v y i Chimotof here. !I\Mi)S UNDKHWIvAH Is Uislriliuti-il AI WhnK-sHli.' WM. R, MOORE'S G. G. Caudili Fasc'inafing Neil) ;HJE£ LARD In Swill's Silvt'i'letif. KH)'. Pure. Pound Yeilow'Cling. Ueiiyious.,..\o, 2ii GUI Nnw !•• Ihe best li::n- l>u.v a mat! Slyk 1 .-. 'ire liclinilciy established.. ,lb~ u'allu'r makes it utivci thai VIMI near a winter •Ct>:lti ri^ht "nut in our ' uf •.Ides'.: feelin» warm, siiu^ ar'.l DJiKSSIJsG ' i. l-'Uivor". Ciilifnnua. liSS Size Do/.tn I Shoulder'Clpii, l.b. ] r,e Sunny Kranl;.' Trcnu'?. ov-.A-iiswell Jloiiric. IMvN l-'KKI), (Is. I DC; 100 ll>3 31. New Dr THAT MAKK TliK .MOST ()!•' THK AN!) AKK VKHY CAY i; jcu'll find Krui-Us for fiery n .s ;il Uic ofTJcp, fir nighls nt p;irlic clnwn the street. --Ilri&hl new tolurs Ihc luscious dar!;rr M>.ulc-s lli;it i'-iris likes Half (ir Whiilu, Cuts. rjjo No. 2 C:ui Vcsjclnlt' Shitilcnini; Carton I rc-:h ;i:id T.'.v.n u I'oiind Amcriran jmirt or Armour'; N". I fan MATCHKS Ho.\cs for- I!)'.- .„„, l'.uka (; . Makes . nip.Ao SmcSixClcnci-ousl'Drtuu SllnUi . Ccllo]>lu;nc

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