BLYTHEV1UJE, (AHKJ COUBIEB NEWS and Sparks Hill, III., ror several eks vUlt with relatives. Mr. Peck uolored lo Sparks Hill vrith them Saturday. Umls «nd Joe Appletoum .Sunday ib Memphis. .Social Calendar WEDNESDAYS EVENTS Jewish Ladles Aid society. Mrs. Roland WoUorl's -ftome, 8 p.in; THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mid-Week Bridge club, Mrs. O. P. Moss, hostess. Thursday Contract club, Mrs. O. W McOutchcn, hostess. Church of Chrlsl Bible £1" . Mrs. B. S. Shclton hostess, 617 Weal Park street. FRIDAY'S EVENTS l>rc-6dlool P. T. A, Mrs. E. li. Woodson. hostess, 2:30 p. «>• CliiUrcn of Confederacy . . ; , Have Luncheon Meelln|. Members oMhe-local .chapter, ol the Children' of tlic -Confederacy \\cre guests of Miss Marllm Hobbins at her home at Slcelc. Mo., Saiurday for »• luncheon and program. A three course menu was GOrvcd at an attractively decorated table. Liter there was a program on Central Forrest, with Miss Evelyn Smart as leader. She gave n story oj his life, Miss Jane Drnnson outlined his campaign, Miss Bobbins gave a reading and Miss Leone Callicott played a piano selection. Miss Sunshine Adams Is adnl leader of tliis group which Is spon sored by the Elliott, Fletcher chap ter of the United Daughters of tin Confederacy. The November meeting will b •held at the home'ol Miss Pali Shsne. Has Birthday Party. Because it u-as his fourth birth dcy, Charles Floyd Wilson Jr.. hn< a party Saturday afternoon al hi home on Dougan avenue. His mother assisted him in en tertainmg his 1C guests. There wei games and contests in which Don aid Hickimn, Frances Field an Bobbie Maxvrcll won prizes. Ice cream was served with a lorg birthday caks decorated with can dies. Jewish Aid to Rfsurnc P „The Jewish Aid society, which has members in nlylhcviltc. Luxora, Manila and Lcachvillc, will iiave its first mccltiug o( the club's new year Wednesday evening. 8 o'clock..at (he home of Mrs. Roland Wolfort. Mrs. Jack ApplcuaiimVlll also be hostess, To Have Box Supper The Clear Lake Baptist church will have a box supper Thursday evening. The Lynch band, of Clear Lake, will furnish the n'.ustc. •An My DAYS Oy HULliN WI-LSHIMEK ALL my days lung on a line. ^*- Jibflike |iillow>li|M Left llieri; I'nr ilic iK'blihors' coinil— When ihe liijili iviiul whijis .VfONDAY luw ami Tuesday lh:re 1 pretend ii's fun, And I iruijjli when sudden norms Mnkc ilic colors run. ;.. \17HliN yuii left nolnxly knew >>;-?. .That 1 ever cricd- Bits' of Neuis Mostly Ppr»on*i Mrs. [1. J, Petcrsjii eptnt the weekend in Piiragould wlllx htr Mr.'niul Mrs. Charles H. Lemons, who have been occupying the C. V. Scbaugli home on Hearn street, day. moved today lo the Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs. C. V.' Sebaugh and (limshter, JeanettR Jean, who have been residing i» Caruthcrsvllle, have returned here lo make their home. Mr.s. It. E. Hllen and Mrs. T. R. Johnson are leaving today . for lliclr home In Everett, Wash* tcr n visit with Mr end Mrs. A. L'oiiway, Miss Marie lA'Kgc;;. anc Tom Short spent the weekend in Warren. Ark., as the .guest of Bob sriics, who is in foreslation camp here, and Miss Prnaccs Baker of barren. They were accompanied y Mrs. Charles Shorl and daugh- cr. Mildred Ann. Mrs. Floyd Har- jThcy arc also cnlcrtairilnn Mr.s. L III. Hauf, of Callus, Texas. ' Mrs. Allan'Walton li visillng In Memphis as the juesl ol Mr. anc Mrs. Berry B. Brooks Jr., and daughter, Virginia Wilton. Miss Jerry E1«l*e, of Hayti, Mo was the gu*st of Mls«R Fredelinc Langwll and Betty Fisher Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Huffman mid their niece, Miss Virginia Huffman, were at Conway, Ark., Mon- TUESDAV, OCtOBEH 24, 1933 Chuith Bell to Rin* Afiir The brll. used in a former'edifice, MONRoii. La. '(UP)—After three ! v;as misplaced when 1 Hit 1 . new ikcade.s of silence, a silver- e (, me \ } W3B constructctl longued bell In Ihe belfry of the . Kirsl Pieflbytevitn church here calls' worshipers lo 'seivices.' Head Courier News Want AOS. ett and daughter, Bolty, and trs. Frank Webb, who visited Clarence Webb who is also at amp. ' ', Mrs. fc. E. Sta?y, who underwent major operation several weeks ago at the Memphis Baptist hos T iltal. Is now convalescing at her ionic here. Mrs. : BratHorfi Chllwood and (laughter. Patsy Ann, and Mrs Dllver Wicker arc spending todav In Memphis. Mrs. Ted Roderick and Mrs. Dan Dimont of Lcachvillc, were guesls of Mrs Earl Hatcher ycstcrdas Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nunn and daughter, Miss Virginia, spent tr.e weekend at Oxford, Miss., as guests o[ Miss Sara Nunn, wlio attends Ole Miss. Rcnkert Wetenkam]), ol Charles- Ion, Mo., spent the weekend at home. Mrs. C. W. Afflick his returnee from Chicago where she was the guest of her uncle for several days Jimmlc Tanner of Helena, Ark. pent Ihe weekend with his grand- other, Mrs. T. J. Malian. Mrs. Herman Carvill of Helena rk.. was Ihe guest, of her daugh r. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, and Mr ;!ierry, for Hie weekend. She re urned home Sunday afteniooi Hli Mr. aud Mrs. Werner Ebne ho motored here lor tlic week id with Ihe Cherrys. Mrs. A. M. Butt and daughter Mrs. FarnsTOrth Black, were i .Icmphls Monday. -.—-,. Officer"'' Mrs. Joe McFsll has been elected third • vice president of the "Hy Shy Ny". Sunday school class of the Firs'- Baptist church. « • C Guild Mccls Members of the St. Stephen Episcopal Guild met at the lionw of Mrs. J. D. McDowell Monday aSlcnioon when the 12 present sewed on vestryman robes. Plans were also made for n rummage sale Saturday. On next Monday there v:ill be an all day meeting al the home ol Mrs. O. P. Moss. Receives Honor Miss Imogcnc Morgan, who Is ? student at Bcthaiiy-Pcnll collegr al Oklahoma City, Okla.. has been elected to the staff of "The Ar- roW 'the school's yrnr book. She has also been made a member of the flcta Delta sorority. Visitor Speaks At I). Y. F. V. Meet Dr. Esther Long, of the University of Iowa. Drs Monies, was Ihr principal speaker at a meeting uf all B. Y. P. U.'s of the First Bnp- lisl church Sunday evening. Her subject v;as "Worship In Europe." Dr. Long, who recently represented college women of America at a meeting in Ev.rope; was the guest ol Miss Luna -8. Wilhelm. Hr was enroutc lo DCS Moincs Irom Jonesboro. Hayti Society — Personal Newton Bullinston was the weekend guesi of Dr. frinik Vernon of Charleston. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hiisch of St. Louis are here visiting the la'ltcr's parents. Mv. and Mrs. J. S. nald- '\vin. Sol Randolph and son, Forrest nnd daughter. Mary, and Johnnie •Randolph motored- to Memphis Monday to visit with relatives and to [\ltcnd to Jjusincis. I; i . .M"lss. Maurnie McNail iittende tV.L teacher.-, mcctins at C.ipc Gl- rardeau. SaVurdny.,. ... . ( . . Trabior ar.cl Hubert Biv : or the various churches. Rev. Bnl- iiiBion wat assigned to the local church again.'' Supl. 'a.nd Mrs. H. n. Mastcrson attended 1 !the leac-srs mecllng at _:apr GJrnrdeau Thursday, Frtdaj and Saturday. • ' • . Robert bonnld McNail, \vlio is employed at Cape Glrardeau. spc'n the week-end here vtsltliig hts par cnls, Mr. ami Mrs, T. A. McNail. Louie Shainbcrg of Slkeslon at tended lo business here Saturda evening. He' was enroulc to slkcs Ion froin Kcnnett. Mrs. j. B. Hagcinann and d.__ 0 .. ler, Mary, who for the past montl have been vlsHh)g. fijcnds and rcl ativcs in and around Birmingham ead Courier News Want Ads, Ala., returned ning. i • home Sunday Hospital Notes quant's ir.tu'.ur nr.u IIUULIL J3iv-i AdmlltCll to the Blj'tlicvllle hCw ens visited with friends in Bcnlou| pitul:. Mary Sheppard.' cily: Bill Sunday afternoon. ' Joo Brojlcrick. Stcele, Mo.; Cly< Hiv. nnrl Mrs. J. n. Bullinstan Tciry. city; Mrs. Harmon C~- •.lieiit the weekend in Slkcslnn ill- .son, . Manila. Dismissed; P'ra tending a Methodist conference. allMlchle, Slccle. Mo.: E. W. «-hlc:i time pastors were appointed! ttitis. Seimlh, Mo. , TO HEIP PREVENT COLDS...) RECOMMEND VICKS NOSE DROPS TO END A COLO ... I RECOMMEND VICKS VAppRue I (Full ikuils of Viclcs Coliis-Conuol Plan in nch VtcVa VICKS~»»«••""»CONTROL OF COLDS Denton News Mr. and Mrs. Floyd WlisTn and son, Charles Floyd Jr., were m >aragouid Sunday as guests of Mr and Mrs. J. R- Hollis. Mr. and Mis. E. H. Dealte and daughter, LaVelle, had as their guests for the week-end Edward and Gencvlevc Sneed. Claude McCrory jr_ Louise GrlrTcn and Paul Rulnorc. of Memphis. Mrs. Herman Peck and son, James Eira, have gone lo EvansvlUc. Ind. "Bilious attacks," dizziness, spots before Ihe eyes, a Jeelins of fullness utter ordinary meals, belching up ot gas, a dull, sluggish feeling—due to constipation—are usually driven uway by a dose or two of old relUMa THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT. Watch! Don't Be Flim-Flammed on Price and Weight LIBERTY CASH GROCERS SPECIALS FOR WE»i •IBHBBil^^^^^^^^^^^~~" .POTATOES, Fancy. Red. Pound BANANAS, Lb. 5c j SWECT rOTATOKS Nancy lulls, l.b. V,<i COFFEE, Sunny Brook. Pound 25c TOMATOES, Argo. No. 2V 2 Can 12c HOMINY, Van Camp. No. 2% Can 7c Raisins, 7-oi. box 4c} EGGS, fresh, th. 19c MEAL, 5 Lbs. 9c; 24 Lbs. 37c ASPARAGUS, Libby. Small (lr«n re Can 18c 'Mr. anil Mrs. Hubert Smothers Misses Pauline Skipper, Vimlnia Chapman nnd Jimmlc Lee- Hemings attended a rccepton Saturday ni(jht at the home ol Mr. and Mr Ellie Palmer of Hnyll. Jack- Connelly of Deering. Mo. spent .the week end with Harolu Rhodes. Miss Edna Wright ot Ca'pc Gi- rardcati. Mo., spcnl the week end with her Barents. Mr. ar.rl Mrs. W. E. Wright. Misses Gladys and Dorothy Sharp spent Saturday niglu with Miss EditU Harrison. Miss .Mavis .Heathccck spent Sunday, frith Miss Kamie Favris. Puxico Neivs Thclma Grear spent Saturday will, Lcora Prilchard. Mr. and Mrs. Will Slcrllne en- lerUined with a dancing parly Saturday. Lena and Vena Barnes were dinner guesls of Heltle and Zcltic Sterling. 1 The Rev. Aubrey Hood is con-1 ducting- services at Number Nine every night this week. Everyone. Is invited. •; Thclnia Orear. Lcora, Pritcharrt. Keltic Sterling. Lucille Miller ahrt Robert Ross were supper gucsls of Ven» Banies Sunday night. May.nc V. Julian slioppcd in Blythevllle Saturday nlgHt. Reid Courier News Want Ads. Dress Pumps. K(!j;rnl, scam loss sii'l lli-tlivo;it p;il- lersis. In all loiith- crs. H85 to $6.85 Shoes i'. luck uv brown MiinilnicTji \v j I !i Cuntiiicntal liecl. Also Mew Tie Patterns S6.«;r If wl.nl you wan I in .shoos is anywhere al all. you're certain to liiid il at Tho Uooler.v. For . no mattur wlial it is. in new footwear, you'll • find wh»l yoti want, exactly when you want it, in the aUractife iMn^'e of prices, S4.95 to §8.50. . ''.; "Good Shoes and Ilfwierv" . Butlcrrd Cratktrs, I.b. Box ... Hr Culiam Crvkcrs, Lb. Box ... 18c Pure Lard, Lb. 6V 2 c'; Neck Bones Ib 3V 2 c PORK & BEANS, Phillips. No. 1 can 5c K. C. BAKING POWDER, 25-oz can 20c Lard, 8-lb. crtn 59c • Pumpkin 2y z cnToc GREEN LIMA BEANS, No. 2 Can PORK SAUSAGE, 100'' Pure. Lb. 7y a c GREENS, mustard, turnip jumbo bch 5c LKTTUCE, Home Grown. Fine. Lb. 5c EDGEMONT BACON. Sliced Evergood. Lb. 12V 2 c HAM cenKr"^ 15c j Pork Steak Ib 12V 2 c i Navy Beans tb 3V 2 c YORK APl'i.KS Ians«. V'»ncy. l.b. If MUSTARD, Marco. Full Quart 10c Yard Eggs strictly fresh country dz. 25c SALT MEAT, Rest Grade. Lb. 7y 2 c Mince Meat, 9 oi 9o | Grnd. Dcef, Ib GV 2 c CUISCO, Mixing Bowl Free. 3-lb can 57c WESSON OIL, ]>t 20c, qt 39c, V 2 gal 75c Peanut Butter, Uccch Nut. ex. Igc jr 20c Tomato Paste 2\' 2 c I Salt, liox CHEESE, Wis, No, 1 Yellow. Lb. 15c STRAINED KONKV IS-oi. Jir 18c TENNESSEE SOIUJllliM Gallon 5i>c Lettuce Igc hd GVac • Tomatoes, Ib. Butter Am. Maid or Sweet Clover Ib 22c COFFEE, Fresh Ground, Pound lOc COCOA, Mothers or Boston. 2-lb box 20 TEA, Banquet. V 4 Lb. Box Ifl Beautiful New FROCKS for Afternoon Wear -A erouu 01 most attractive Frocks ' for afternoon wear have just been received.;. .the one beiny mudcled today isVjashloiied of brown Crepe with Jabot, .of! tirovrh' and white satin arid metal'' buttons., -we Invite you to sec these charming Frocks now. •^Swagger Snits in style centers you'll sec many Suits •go swaggeiing their way down the : -Amities of Fashion that are identical -with these... tailored of Tweeds and novelty weave woolens, some with fur ' trimming. Silk and Velvet Finger-tip Suils §19.75 Oihi-.r Suits at $12.95, SM.95, $16.75 New York Store Courier News COOKING SCHOOL ,BE SURE AND NOTICE IF5: GEORGE THURN ; the Economical and Efficient POWDW 25 Ounces for 25c IAME PRICE TODAY as 42 year sago The demonstrator will show you how this double • tested — double^action baking powder will produce Fine;, Texture and Large Volume in your bakings—also* why KC is economical. and efficient in use* It requires but 1 level teaspoonful to a cup of flour for all ordinary bakingi ( You will realize that it is not accessary to psy Wgh prices for baking powder^ < Then try K C yourself. Gwe U the oven test and judge by results^ MILLIONS OF POUNDS USED BT OUB GOVERNMENT .»«?'
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