The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1933 · Page 2
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tiro JLTOHEVILLE. (ABK.) COUBffiR NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, J933 .Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Pie-School P. T. A. meeting with Mrs. Crawford Greene at 2:30 p. ni. meeting, club Woman '6 club pm "• Woman's club Mrs. A. B. Fairfield, ,Y'S EVENTS W»rJ P. T. A. Bingo ; ; jW«l(Jalre office, 7:30 P. M. Musical First Presbyterian church 3 p. m. by piano pupils of Miss Leone Callicott of Blytheville and Redman and Mrs. : eKlert«lnlng with Btetle. Mrs. C. G. Russell Fa'rr bridge party at'Wotrian's club, 2:30 p. m. •''• '•. * i .Children of Confederacy meeting With .Miss, Patty .Shane.. ir —; . —: To Have PUy S'The Wild Oats Doy," n .three Mt comedy, will be.presented by tjie members of the Senior B. Y. B; U. of the Amiorel liap'.Ut c|>urch, Friday evening at the Ar- nnrcl school auditorium. The play will begin at 7:30. rThe cast of thirteen characters includes the following: Miss Grace Morning, Gondoliffe," "A' 'Live | ilils city Wednesday, 'November Song' and "Good Night.'.VMissc.s . Virginia LJlllc and 'jfiuie Mowlams will play a duct. '/'NaifllssUs; 1 ' by I'evln, and two solos by tlic same composer, "Tlic Rosary" and "Bar- chctla" will "Iw. played Itf'Mijjs fcs- .ra Livingston. "" .'7.' To Have: VlsUlntr Speaker al Mwllnf. ' • ' Miss Nell Williams, .specialist lu klndorgarlcn and nursery school, will be tlic principal speaker" at' the meeting or the I're-School rwcnt- Tcaclicr Hssoclation Friday 'afternoon, 2:30 o'ctofck, pt the home of Mre. Crawford Gfcene. Alt mojU-rs wno : liaVe ;t)llldr<yi or )>re- school -age ar«..lnvll«4 to attend. eighth, it was announced today. Hie ncv. \V. J. I*Roy. |»5lor of the Lake Strcol McU-.cdlst church, per- 'o,-jiicrt the ceremony at his home. The bride wore a Bedford crepe suit of rust brown with accessories n the same shade. Mrs. Toncy, who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Button, lived In nlythevllle for a number of years before.recently moving to Os- ceoln. The bridegroom, whose Ubmo is In Dallas, Texas, Js connected with Ihe Trinity Farm Construction company 1 'herp, for. the present. Mr. Toney arid his bride arc now at hoiiie at Hie Waters liplel. Celebrates Birllulay. 1 Shirley Julie. Barham was six Eyon, Miss Lewell Lyon, Miss Vlv- Ijn Abbott, Cecil -Knlpple, Miss Irene Abbott, Miss Marie Lyon W. C. Lyon, Miss Margaret Frnllt Paul Abbott, Carl Morrison, Er nest Pickens, jr., Auldron Smith Boland Hayes. 2A small admission lee will. be charged, the proceeds to be used fci defraying expenses of delegates tb the State B..Y. P. U. convcn- flon at Immanuei church, Fort Snith, November 30,Deccmbcr 3. ^ » • • £0 Have Binjo Furty uA number of prizes, such.us a ftirkcy, chickens, homo made cak- ts and pies, canned fruits and veg- «tables, will be given at the Bingo party sponsored by the Ccnlrnl ^ard Parent-Teacer association Saturday evening, 7:30 o'clock, in the building occupied by the Gee Sales company, ' fewic Department Will Bare Inferestinf Program. 'i Mre. B. P. Paddlson is to be le&d- *r of an interesting program plan- Red lor the meeting of the music 'department of the Woman's club Friday afternoon, 3 o'clock, at the liome of Mrs. A. B. Falrfleld £lt3.-Fato-ftcM will give the life •f Ethelbert Nevin .which will be followed by a trio, "A Day In Yen joe" by Nevin, sung by Mm.es. Gco it Lee,< Paul L-'TIpton and l^uskell parr. Their selections \ftli-Inctud Bride .ConipUmenltA .._.._ , ., Miss lone Oakes complimented Mrs. Enlow Buchanan, a bride, with a bunco party last evening at fcer home on Walnut street. Before her marriage Mre. Buchanan ' Miss Mildred Moore. First lionors went to Miss Re-' bccnv Glllcspie.and Mrs. Buchanan received -the low score award. The bride was-presented.'a'niin- teresting assortment. o( gifts for !the kitchen frpm all tile guests.-' Pumpkin pie, lopped- with whipped cfeam, coffee and'jiopcorn balls were served by the hMtesS,!asslsted by Betty Jo Essary. An out of town guest was Miss Lorcnc Buchanan of Osccola. • * • atcrtains Club. Mrs. James H. Bell was hostess o the Wednesday Bridge club and nc eiiesl, .Mrs. Karl Kroger of Ok- ahoma City, Okla., who is the. guest f her parents, Mr. and.Mrs. W. A. Black. Her apartment wns decorated vith. chrysanthemums arranged for a uvo course luncheon menu', serv- •d nt small tables. In the bridge games Mrs. Olar- encp Vollmcr won the prize, a double deck of cards. • * * Hnynts-Stalllnrs. Mr. 'and Mrs. J. w. Stalling.";, o Recce, announce Ihe marriage o their daughter, Pauline, to Mr Ricliard Haynes, son of Mr. air ytars old yesterday 50 she had ;\ party at the home of her grandparents, Mr. ai:d Mrs. George W. Barham. The 18 children played games and contest In whlcU Juanlla L>atl- mcr won a prize. In serving Ico cream 'and cake the dining roon was darkened for blowing out' the pink cnndles which decorated tht> argc blrtlxlay cuke. Balloons.were ivcn as souvenirs., • • ' . . Gen(ry-Grlffln. Announcement has been made of he marriage of Miss Edith Gritto and Marshall Gentry, both of rlanlla. Justice A. J. Lewis per- ormed the ceremony. * * * VriKlit-Guthrle. Miss Elsie Guthtie and Dean Vrlght, both of Manila,, were united In marriage by the Rev. Charles 'rcshman at Arkansas Slate college, Joncsboro, was elected "football I queen" for Thanksgiving day at the ! college by a vote of football men. Miss Gideon, who Ls well known in thU city wliere she has' frequently visited, received honorable mention In the selection ol "Miss Mississippi County" In a contest held here. She will have her pic- lure In ihe beamy section of the Arkansas State college yearbook, "The Yearling. 1 ' * * * i'. K.'O. Meets. . . - .-'"- \ ' Mrs. W. M, Williams was leader of the meeting of the P. E. O. chapter Wednesday afternoon til the home of Mrs. W. W. Holll- peter. She discussed "Education." . i The nine members present were served a sandwich plate. by Mrs. Noah Watson, 1 , of Springfield, Tenn., who is the guest of her cousin, Mrs. P. D. Smith, and family. Mrs. Fred W. Schatr,- formerly of this city and now of Helena, is seriously 111 from pneumonia at MlUaukee, Wls., where she was dicing whet! stricken. Mi. and Mrs. Gordon Wright I have returned to their home In Ca- nilhersvillc', Mo., after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. p. n. Acton. They formerly resided licrc. Bib of News '• 'Mostly Personal Round Lake News Mr. and Mrs. Leo Crockett and on Dnvltl are now making thcli home. In Blylhevllle. Miss Hazel Stout of Holland, Mo. spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Hicks. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hicks of Oak Ridge spent several days with relatives here last week. , Mrs. Hester Wagnon and son Jerry, have returned from a few weeks visit at Mt. Vernon, 111. Clyde Talklngton of Holland Mo., was the guest of Miss Erma Norrld Sunday. Waller Wagnon and Miss Mildred Nolan were married Monda> morning hy Hie Rev. Mr. White. Mrs. Cnrrie Lindsay and chil dren, of Luxora, were'igiicsta Sunday nisht of Mr. and Mrs. Dai Burchell. Hightower News Floyd Ramey returned Sunday rom Mississippi with his new ride, the former Miss Jewel Mont- :omcry of Marietta, Miss.' They .re making their home with Mr. iamey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. rroy Ramcy. Troy Ramey has returned from business trip to Mississippi. ' Mrs. Wade Simpson, who has been seriously 111 with malaria, Is reported Improving slowly. •'* Mrs. Clevc Cunningham and Mrs. H. J. Fondren visited Mrs. William Smith Sunday.' Mrs. Pitts, who underwent an operation at Baptist hospital, Memphis, is reported resting well and is expected to recover. Go to the, drug store andgetabotfJeofCARDUi to take just before and during painful monthly time*. HEMORRHOIDS (Pilra) cared without the knife. Skin cancer, rarlcosti vfins. tonsils removed non-surgicalljr. DRS. NIES and NIES Office 514 Main Phone 98 Mrs.'j. n. Haynes. The cereniony was performed Oc tobcr 18 at the home of the bride' parents. Mr. Haynes and his brltl nre residing at Clear Lake wher the bridegroom-is engaged In farm ing. • -. T6ney-Sutton; Miss -'-Luclle Button and Mr. "J .Tdney were 'united in marriage 1 1 D. TibbeK Flowcre-itowland. ' The mnrtlagc or Mfss-IOra. Row- .ancl and :J. . A. llbwTfjj ' both ot icrc, occurred in this city with the Rev. S. 'M.. Watson performing the :ciTinony. felrk-Smith. .... ' Was been inade'o: the marriage of Miss Bertha Smith or center nidge, and Hubert Kirk of this city. The iWv. S. M, .-Wat son performed the ceremony/ ... Murrison-Ryan. -\\ Miss Allle Ryan and B. Lee Mor risen, both of Armorei, were unit cd in marriage In this city with Ih Rev. w. J. LeRoy, paslor of It Lnkc Street Methodist church,- 1 , per forming the ceremony. • . « > Mississippi County Girl Is NamedrFootball Qvcen, fv--. Miss Dorothy Gideon, ot" Marl Among those who attended the| mcc al osceola Tuesday;'night i ere: Miss Tisha Smith with Gil- wrt Hiizute of CarulhcrsviUe, Mo., | ttss Laura Crowder with Bowen i aynes of Osccola, Miss Emma Bue i tewarl with Oscar McFall.j.MissI iirjoric Stewart with George Mc- Clniiey of- Osceola, Miss ." Rebecca illespic with Abner Driver ']f., of Jsccola. Quincy Oliver Alexander nd J. J. Bryant. •. • Among those who attended • t!ie how "The Green Pastures", in lemphls were: Mr. : and Mrs. J. Q. Barnes, Mrs. W. A. Grimmetl, Mrs. W. H. Slovall, Mrs. J. R. Slovall, Vfr. and Mrs. Max Miller Jr., Mr. " J -Mrs: j. 'A."lfccch;'.the Rift E. Lallmcr, MlJs't'Ada">'li^ina'vant. A. Cunningham; Mlss't'-Sura Nunn, Mr.- ailci..MrB.,/W(,T.)-Bar- nelt, Mr. and Mrs. .F* H. A^ioa. Bill" Simmons left loday for Miami,--Fla.,. where he-will spend'lhe Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnett have returned trom a brief stay in Saem. Ark. Ti:ey were accompanied home-.by Mr. Barnctt's mother, Mrs N. N. Barnetl, who will spend part of the winter with them, and NASAL CATARRH ^•...SOOTHING COMFORTING RELIEF.. . . . CtfARS HfAD QUICKLY /ALE Of New Dresses and Hats] Crepes and Woolens in both Sport and Dress Styles. Priced lower than you can buy dresses of this quality anywhere. .. . $19.75 Dresses §14.75 ! ' $16:75 Dresses 812.75 ? $12.95 Dresses S8.75 §8.50 Dresses 35.95 | All Millinery Reduced Many lints cut as low as 50',;-.. They wm't last long at thrse prices. Just .arrived, see thfm! shipment of new Kid Gloves—Ask to Watch! Don't Be Flim Flammed on Price or Weight! LIBERTY CASH GROCERS D»y after day you can depend un Liberty to lead the way with quality merchandise .-mrt low prices. If we haven't got U we'll -get U for you. Why pay more? i K> win run Specials for Friday, Sat. & Monday SPINACH Fresh ' Green ' t a 2c 10-LI). Bag -i ,"f ^ Each JL.f V RED.POTATOES BACON FLOUR Sliced /Swift's\ With Rind, Lb. - 12'/ 2 c I Oriole ) Without Rind, Lb. - 15c W M. June 15b! $6.60 S4c (BUY BEFORE TAX flOES ON) 5 Lbs. 8c; 24 Us. 3!)e; % Lbs. $1.50 Sunny Brook, Canova, Maxwell House, Dean's. Pound MATCHES Finest ,1 Boxes for lOc The Ladies Toggery 3 Doors-West of Kress' SoRo E UND, SO riRM, SO HILLY IAGKED B CATT MEAT OALI MM1 Best Grade - Strcak-0- Lean. I'ounrt BEANS (in Bulk) North. m Aim f LUUIl Pillsbury's Best. The "Balanced : Flour" 6 Lbs. 33cl2 Lbs. 60c; 24 Lbs. S1.1U_ Full Dressed. (Nice and -Fat) ( Voting and Tender). Pound Tokay's.'Large Luscious Clusters. C A Fine Flavor. Pound &\r SOAP' R&VG - orBigp s 25 c Round, Loin or Porterhouse Pound . >'io07 r . Pure Coltonseed Oil i Compound. Pound •iC .]- ;i ['VI rge. Fresh. Fuli-O-MtV - Each '••• CRANBERRIES Eat-More Pound 10c PHILLIPS Pork & Beans or Tomato Juice. No. 1 Can /-Swift's \ Half or ^yhole, Lb. --- lie V Empire ; Center Cuts, Llj. - - - - 17c COFFEES Rd Lr h 10c 5IJ)s 45c PANCAKE FLOUR ^"S^ SAUSAGE 100% Pure I'ork. Made Oi d Fresh and Clean."Lb. O2< ECGS Guaranteed Fresh Do/en 19c BANANAS Nice, Fancy, Ripe g r Pound 3tr .GROUND BEEF BUTTER .iswect Clover, Lb. 22° | OLEO U ,W P.™ M*. Cri. WJ,. STEW Chuck or Brisket Pound GRAPE FRUST M" 3 c MUSTARD Marco Full Quart .!»r 10c J Tali Can 7c It's easy to-see why so-many women prefer Lucky Strike. Lucfeics are fully packcd-\\'ith long strands of choice tobaccos, round am) firm to / 1 -' * ' " i i * . '. the verj r tips;-That means '.'Lucres always draw easily, always burn smoothly. It also means no annoying loosc | fcijds to cling to lips or mess tip the nice things in a woman's purse. And everj' day more and more .women are showing their appreciation-by ; sayhig "Liickies please". S ittcjincsl tobaccos ALWAYS f/tcfinest woJtmanship £uc/iicsj>/casc/ Omit*, im, at? **. >! FOR THROAT PKOTiiCTiON-FOR BETTER TASTE PCRR STEAKS yicc """^ ORANGES Mcy Florid;i - 2 L sc T'10c Conking, Lb. SYic; Yorks, Lb. 'I'/jC Oclicious. Lurge SS's. Kach 3c A "'" CQTS 15c Shoulder Ciod. !,!>. -~ - - - (5r SOAP Palmolive, Lux, Life BUOY Each 6c .ONIONS Red or Yellow Pound CABBAGE New Green. Hard Heads Pound

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