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PAGfc TW.O BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVK.MBKK 2, .Social Calendar . THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Uiiu-lieon club, MIT;. J. A. Leech, hostess. Mrs. Cecil Elmnc having Mid- Week Bridge club. Thursday Contract club, Mrs. Baker Wilson, hoslcss. Thursday Rcok dub, Mrs. clias. F. Worf, hostess. , Church ol Christ Bible study, Mrs. J. A. Taylor, hostess. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Ladies Bible class of First Methodist church, Mrs. Lee Armstrong hostess at Herman Rimer home. SATURDAY'S EVENTS Benefit Bridge and Rook pnrty, Woman's club, 2:30 P. M. Menjou's Next, When and If Hillowc'cn Parly. The Osccola Epworth league entertained other Mississippi county leagues at a Hallowe'en party Monday night in the Osccola clubroom. There were almost 100 young people present, all dressed In gay costumes. Games and contests were enjoyed throughout the evening, followed by delicious refreshments in Hallowe'en colors. Plans Complete For BneBt Firty. Plans liave been completed for tbe benefit bridge and rook parly to be given at the Woman's club Saturday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock. Tlierc will be a prize for high score at each table as vvcll as several attendance prizes. • « » EhnwMd Cemetery As**. Will Meet. Members of the Elrmvood Cemetery association will meet Friday afterncon, 2:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. J. A. Luckett at ucll. Mrs. Il:i WclKi. Mrs. Kster ,'iUnhdd ;>[y.'IH. B;U- imltiy nllh Mis. Klla liullinssliea;! <:[ Hlylhrvlllo. Mi.°.i Ulodraii Slayton .sjie.nl llic tteck-md with Miss Vclva Lester of Holland. Half-Moon ,lhn Al.'xandei 1 drove lo Mississippi la.st \\n i 'f. lo visit, hh brother, wlio Is s.'iioiisly ill. Mr. and Mrs. llaimie G:ilncs and DoL-k Hlglmrti accompanied him. Mvs. Oeorip fifo'llcn and cliil- dicn ct l'roml.>:ed |jin:l visited Mr. nnd Mrs. J. w. I'ortiiKk Sunday. The l?cv. liui-k Wallers went to JoiLC.slraro last Prldiiy on business. The Hov. !'. Q. liorlc lilletl his monthly appointment here Bnn:lay fiftcrnoon. Mr. afid Mr.s. Karl S!iancyfcU sprnt the weL'k-end at Dall. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Emory have moved lo this community. Hospital Notes The (ollowlnc W.TP admitted patients n (hc> Illylheville hnsplla totlny: Mrs. Ijjuis TUlmnn, Toma (o; II. C. UliCk. Home 2; W. H. Me Call, city. Supi. and Principals Will Mwt U Shawncc. Superintendents and principals There's prepavecliicss tor matrimony os well as for war, and Ycree Tcnsdalr-, above, niul Adolplio Meiijcui 5cem -to bo firm believers In It. Ho much .^•0. in fact, lliai HIPKO film iioln- liles are reporleil to li« iiluimiiiK a wcildhur- llnniuh Mvnjou Mill is Hie Inishainl i>( Kiillnyn Carver, willi a ilh'ovcn llial won't, bii rm;il until next August. Shady Lane P. T. A. Will Hold Box Suppe Mexican Women's Fight New York Station Agent Really Lives Up to Name CUBA. N. Y. IUI'»—James young young agent, at the Pennsylvania \ Kailroatl .station here, believes in: living up to his name. Ills \vlfeAs maiden name V.MS WiiU-li! Don't IK 1 Flini-Fhnuneci on 1'rk-e and Wei:,'tu LIBERTY CASH GROCERS rauoa, cost Kovernii.cnt "- ' wS-r flglil and one-halt ounces of pork; ' ' ' :iiid bourn, .six mid six-tenth ounc-l 1933 Sewer Tax In Disliirt No. 'I I i'.s of hnnl bread. three ounces oi now due anil payable. Udiiiqucnl tweet rlUK-olAte, slx-lenths o an | 3 \t-s, if p ;l U) iiumfdiiilrly, will be cjimui- of soluble coffee and two m-vcplrd wilrmul iicnitlly.' and four-UMiths ounces of sugar , \\\ M. \vil.UAMS, (Mlrrlor - ; ---- - I 107 North Second Slictt. Head Courier News Want Ads. ' 2ck3 The Shndy Inline I'. T. A. iin.s tiiinounced LI bi>x SUPIKT rtl the rrliool house (c>r FYlciay night, Nov- cinbcr 3. A quill will be given uvay. i'nnniui'UC in Mt-m-o's grow- illK fCKlllllsL IlloVi.'UlfUl is Scmna Alitalia Castillo I.cilon, above, ithiyuTifclil. :ui[lior. and ciliicalor. wiU 1 uf the I'urmfr ^oveviinr ol 1 lluj stiilc of Knya- ril. Tli>! agitation for woman biiri'rncc in M«ico lias crown lo sucli an cxlciil Hint in-edlc- timi Is iiuulc women may bfi ruliim la llui in.'.vt )i''fs!dciili«l elections In July. 1331. of Mississippi county schools..will meet at Shawnec this evening for a supper meeting. Crawford Greene, superintendent of the BlyUicvl" schools, Is to be In charge of the program. Supper will be served in (he new home economics cottage by girls of this department. • » » Current Evfiils Club lias Meeting. The Currents Events club, recently organized, had the first study last evening at the home of Mrs. Farnsvrorlh Black. "Germany of Today" was taken up, with Mrs. James H. Bell as leader, assisted by Mines. J. NCR! Gi'sell, Howard Proctor, ^Jf. Min- vkrd. Elton W. 'K-irbj 1 ; Karnssvorlh Black, Chester Caldwcll and Samuel P. Norris. At the next meeting, [o be held Wednesday. November 15, at the home of Mrs. Cnldwell. Mrs. Black •win be .lender or a discussion ot the . newest books and words. Tom Bell. Mr. Pullcm is In this burlier bus'.nois here. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. nowcll nrc the parents of a 7 3-4 pound baby gul, born Tuesday, October 31. rlflli Kiirclary Nctli-il 5 (Ynls NEWTON. Mass. (UP) ~ Four times Imrsbrs broke tnta the olllce til the SliEingniiUi Manutactui'lni; Cuiiuniiy mid four limes they Icit cininy-lmmlcd. A fifth break ncl- tc;l flvc cents. FACIALS... IJow llicy K<'t'n^li! Tliul Uri-d wiuatitn vanishes :is yuu rt'liis under lliu artful linccrs of flin 1 oi:tra(iiis, all "t wh"i» are i \i:crts in givii'ff f.uials. Vit know of nulliiiiK ;.o i{nud fcr ycur fai-r, ur so ulll'lly M'frfbbful. Mar<rai'd Dcen Beauty Shoppc I'llnnr. ll!f. SU1V Mi\V! Our Warning tu lUiv Now is no fit 1st- cry oi "\Vo!l". Kuc-h day Ijrinjj.s i::jw ailvani/is in linns. Ali'eady pork priiiliii'is, corn and all cam (ImuilivoH have heel 1 , ir;it!j>iK'il up in prive ilia 1 (<i [mii't.-siiiK taxi's. The -v liiiisl miavd'u'ably he passed (in In liie I'liiiMiiv.i'r a-: KIVJII as pri-seu! :niii|>lit:s in Ilie Kniti'rs 1 shelve:; have lieen exhausled. St> you sec how wii-i'j it i;i *<> sliifk vour |:Lir'!*.rv i:i»v. Come and Have lor MOW1IKKK SOl.SK 1)0 VOi: FIND ANY- ONK S(; \V1I,L!.\<; TO TAKK TIIK I'AKT OF THi; CONKl.'.MKK AS TMK LIISKKTY CASH GUOCKKS. = I Specials for Friday, Sat. & Monday f> Pounds 21 I'oiiml Satli Pecan Grove News Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Brooks and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Ihicl Walker nnci family of Luxora Sunday. Mr. nnil Mrs. George Robertson iiave moved lo (his vicinity to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Hsrvoson drove to Mississippi Saturday lo visit relatives. Mr. and Mre. 1)111 Ilenson hnd as their climuT (;ucyts bmidny Mr. and Sir's", llcrnlan McLctxI. Mr. :m:1 Mrs. Bill Robertson, Mrs. Cluri; Richardson and Mrs. Bcrlle Gibson. Dougbs Roterlson is sick this week. Bib oj Nctis Mostly Personal ! Army to Sell Food That is 14 Years Old SAN ANTONIO. Tex. (UP)—The United Slates ii poiny ID sell s foexl that. Is I-I years old anil stil nt to ent. The Kishlh Army Corps Area headquarters retentlyl received nu- Ihoriyjition to cllsiiosc o[ 200,000 treasurer here for 45 j cmerucney rations to relief, ngen cics nl nominal prices. The ra Town Clvrk fnv -r> ^'ears FALMOUTIf. Mass. (UP) —Wil- Inm II. He\vlnj, 9'2, has ueen town rlcvit nnrt years. Rite Price Grocery & Market 01 West Main SI. Blyllicvlllc, Ark. 101 West Main SI. T. II. Var Bihber, Ownicr uuil Blyllicvlllr, Operator Mines. Floyd White. All-in Walton and H. A. Smith are in Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. Miltcn Allenbcrg and daughter, Ruth Ann, of Mcm- pliis, arc guests ol Mrs. Allcnbere's father, D. H. Levy, today. Mrs. K. Garner and children, of Marvell, Ark., arrived yesterday, celled liere by the critical illness oi Mrs. Garner's grandmother, Mrs. C. J. Evrard \vho died this morning. Miss Marguerite Mason and Geo. Gish spent yesterday in Memphis. The Rev. and Mrs. George I'l'les of Fort Smith, Ark., arrived Tuesday night to b= guests of Airs. A. M. Butt and family. The Rev. Mr. Fyles went to Jonesboro Wcdnes- daj - afternoon for conference and mill return Monday for Mrs. Pyles. Joe P. Pride and eon, Joe Pride jr., spent yesterday In Memphis ' where Joe Pride jr., took the civil service examination for appointment with the United States engineers. He has accepted a peel- lion with the navigation department. Miss Nell Norman and brother. Charles, of Vincennes, Ind. were here last night as guests of their cousin, Mrs. Edgar Borum, and family, enroutc to Litlie Rock. Mrs. C. E. Wilson has gone to Ethel, Miss., for a visit with her father. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Little oi Memphis were here last night because of the critical illness cf. Mr. Little's grandmother. Mrs. C. J. Evrard. who died this morning. They • will return tomorrow for the funeral. ii News Miss fksbie Itu.ssell of Tenne^si'C is spending a few davs with Mrs. S. Reynolds. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Adams of Gibson. Mo., spoilt Sunday with Mr. and Mis. W. K. Skjppr-r. Mr. nncl Mrs. Cleli Own sppnt Sunday wilh Mr. and Mrs. Aric Green. Miss Vcra Martin of West l-'rank- fort. 111., is sgxnding a few wr with Mrs. Lcttlc Gropn. Misses Carrie McCinnah.in and Edith Harrison spent. Sunday will; Braggadocio Mrs. M. B. Lewis and her daughter and son, Jewel and Gene, spent tne past week end at Geneva. Ark., with Mr. Leu-is, v- no is there with his shew. Miss Opal Frelvvell arrived home Saturday for a two vrteks visit. She has been working in St. Louis. ,The Methodist ladies held their bazaar at Dye's hall Saturday. The Community church has an- nouiuxd a bazaar to be held at . Dye's hall November .11. . Schools here will open Monday, November 6. Bill Lcmond returned Sunday after spending a few days with friends In Tennessee. Miss Audrey Cote' and Jamis Pul- lem-wera united iri marriage Sun- tlsy sJtc-rnoofc. The ceremony was performs^ by Justice of the."peace j How lo slop a Cold BKFOIIE IT STOPS YOU I'ijlll a cnld on ALL siilc., —oulMtlr. irtsidr, nose and (hrnal llcallh anlhurilirs .nlvisv: 1. IJrink (i ylass.s of v.atvr daily 2. Keep tody ar.d 'Feel w.-.rni *Hot Water IJo'.'.'.rs 3. Sice.) 8 hours: Urrr.'.lK- frcs!i air night, ;incl (!:iy 4. Char the nose xviih NORWICH NOSE IJROI'S containing EII- hcdrijie. whicli soo'.lu-.i anit shrinks sore, swollen t:jsucs 5. Clcai.fe tlio K'.roal v .'.!-. Z-L AXTlSErTIC S:.'...- tion 6. Keep the system alkaline with PEPTAMS POV.'UEU 7. Keep the bov.cls op •:! wilh NORWICH MILK OF MAGNESIA it tastes better 8. Get a FREE copy o: Br. btofcr's vain able new took "How toAvoict Colds" I'OLKS! llrrr arc suiiie real prtrissin);. Ux go.i's .in i-ftccl. Ja**.' end V.TC'J! ' ' • <>|i|:<>rliini[ifs I') buy . l,luy n..\r. :unl save. before Hie \Vail loo We have you one here for norft li-f a iolrl get sn o\cr-nislil bt.irt Fowl or Drug (lonipany Corner Main A; Phone 111 I'irst STAR BRAND Shoes for the Family j Every pair of Slav Brand Slioos aro Kwiviiiileeil solid k-iitlier and {o givu fiilisraL-loi-y service . . liolievo I hurt aru no belter Shoes built i.: Lbcnr rant'e. in I'ouixt S'.vifi's Silvcrk':if or Ar- nu)iir Sl;ir. >timi( II) OK»A_ ^ T6MYGMF|S CABBAGE' "' ^ ^ rancy Pownl J. G. Sandwich Sprd or Sal. Dr. Qts. 25c Red or White Potatoes, Lb. 2c Fresli Green Corn, Per Eav - - - - lc Lettuce, Large Finn Heads. Each - - 5e Cabbage, Nice for Slaw or Kraut. Ib 2V ? c Grape Fruit, Nice Sitfc. 80's. Each - - 4c Flour, Plain or Self Rising. 24-Ib. Sk 89c. Coffee Cereal, Pound lOc; 5 Lbs. - - 45c Rio Coffee, fresh, pure We Grind Ib 15c Real Alabama Sorghum, % Gallon - 35c Santos Peaberry, Fresh Ground. Lb. 25c Maxwell House Coffee, "limit". Ib en 25c Pork & Beans, Lge. 2% Cans. Each - 9c Cream Meal, Sciuare Deal. 24-lb sack 38c G. N. Beans, 10 Lbs. - 45c; 100-Ib sk $4.35 Tomato Catsup, high qualiiy. 14-ox. 12c Jelly, 5 Lb. Bucket 29c; 2% Lb. Bket 15c Chops, steel cut or best shorts. Sk $1.45 Quality Brooms, 3i)e Up; Mops, 25c & 35c Fresh Country Eggs, "grnteed" dot 22c Oranges, Cal. Nice Sixe. Per DOE'CU - 29c Economy Crackers, fresh. 2-lb box 28c Campbell's Tomato Soup, 3 Cans for 20<; Karo Syrup, blue label, y^ gal 32; gal 58c Our prices on 1'Innr, lard. I'cM In fact' an.rlhinj; we Invc ^t(:ck :uc GiMrnniei'tl. Van Camp's Hominy, Igest ens, 2 for 15c Cocoauuts, Full of Milk, Large Sii'e - 5c C!ninbcrries, Eat more Quality. Lb. - 10e Onions, Large Spanish. Pound - - - 2V 2 e Celery, Nice Crisp Michigan. Stalk - 8c Full Dressed Hens - Fryers at All Times Lamb F-qter, Ib TVac; Leg-o-Iamb WVtf Cheese, Full Southern Cream. Lb. - 14c Salt Mackerel, Large and Nice. Each lOc Butter, Brookfield, Ib 25c; Crcsta, Ib 22c Sliced Bacon, Per Pound lOVfec Beef Roast, Brisket, Ib 5c Chuck, Ib lOc K. C. Beef, T-bone, Loin or Round. Ib 20r Ark, Beef Steak, Loin, T-boJie or Rd 15c Franks and Bologna, Pound - - - - lOc Fresh Pork Ham Steak, Pound - - - 15c Salt Meat, Best Grade. 30''40 si/e Ib fiVfec Tenn. Brand Sm. Bacon, Ib lf)c 100 Ib 9V 2 Rcelft Hams, 10'12 si>ve. Va or wh. Ib lie Lard, Silvcrlcaf, 8-lb ctn 58e: 4 Ib ctn 30c We SHI Tr.iig's Pailciiriicrt and Uaw Milk Prorlucls (Formerly Hci.nctfsl riif.nc 231 — I-'rcr Drlivrrv ?! Onlns nr Mere — XUA Meralirr lirmnnhcr. Crl anrl ?.n\\- Our Cish Redistil Krrciiils for Z'c Ditcounl. Mon's-Oxfords-Shocs Shoe. 1 for the youny man or Hit 1 c{inser\'ativc nijn...NL'w to.'.s and lasls hi black, blown aucl (an... T--.r.tl-;.-r and rubber heels. J198 1 •» 95 Boots-Work Star Urand LIMIIH-I- LIOOIM iind Work Shi«j.; can't te Ue;i( for [he money.. .Plain, cap or moccasin loe lust, leather or composl- lion M>les. WORK SHOES LEATHER BOOTS '• M : $450 Wnlerpvco!. 1C inch. CT -~n at ............... '? i.OVJ Wulerproof. 18 inch, Q'J QO LADIES FALL SHOES Tics - Oxfords A largr rfiowin; of the r.cw rail Myles in novcH-y slisjjifrri or (.ons-jrvalivc .nottcls. . .A 1 1 lea- Iliers and colas, complclc ran^c cf sizes and \vidtlis. 1 .98 to ^Children's Shots 98c lo $3. ( J5 ^Jack Applebaum round 3-1,1). Ciiflon 2k 1 K-l.I). C;in K;tl more Pound CLEO FPITAWC (; ' L ' :lt Nwlh^rn (i» l''i'ih) iiMl^ I-omul CC-RN K.ir fjfAMC 1 /tiwifl'M\ Hill!' or Wliiilc. i,li. - _ H^LriT^ 1 ' 1 -' ^ Cun{ °'' c " i!i ' ljlj - ' ' ' FAI^ Mi? AT' fet «i'i»li! Slro;ik-0- £ Le:in. I'iiund _nvjf I 1 <?<• ^2.C. Die, Canovii ur mtil CfF§ s S n 5i u ,tS n ^ DURKEE SALAD DHKSS1NG H-Oz. .I«r •. 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