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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 23, 1933
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^THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1933 BLYTHEVIIiLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SteeJe-Cooter Society — Personal Snead-Ale»nd«r Miss Annte Mae Alexander- and Stanley Snead were married Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Kelly. They were attended by the bride's sisters, • Miss Slella Alexander and Mrs. Dcwcy Yarbrouph. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Alexander ana <\ graduate of Steole high school. Mr. Snead Is the son of Mrs. jyjiirph Snead of Holland. They trill make their home on Mr. Ejnead's farm west of Holland. • i * • • Officers for the coming year were elected at a meeting of, the Steele Woman's Missionary Society In the cliUrch annex Monday afternoon. They arc: Mrs. J. F Bogle, president; Mrs. Gcralc Brooks, vice-president; Mrs. E. O. C. Dunlvant, secretary: Mrs. Steele sr.. treasurer; Mrs. Spence, superintendent of literature and publicity; Mrs. R. O. R. H. A. brtndt jr., and Alice Ann Odom or Joiner, Arlc., spent last week end here ai guects of Mr. and Mrs. L. c. Spencer and Mr. and Mrs.. A..L._McB[Ide,._ . . Mi", and Mrs. A. R. Buckhatn. Mr. arid Mrs. Ous Cooper and Miss Lynn MLehte chopped In Memphis Monday. ' Mr. and- Mrs. M. Slialnberg and daughter Eeryl, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Shalnberg of Haytt, spent Sunday with relal tlves in Memphis. Jack Dowdy spent Wednesday In Memphis ou business. Mrs. S. H. Martin is In Flint Mich., at the bedside of her father, who is' seriously ill- Mrs. Ralph Hall and lltlle son have returned to their home in Memphis after a visit with Mrs. Hall's paients, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Cooper. Mr. Pollard of Cooler left Sunday to begin work, at Ripley, Tcnn. lie was accompanied, to Riplcy by Abner Ashcroft, '.Jwho returned home that 'afternoon. Mrs. John Story and Mrs. Bill George received word Monday of tlie sudden death pf their brother. Doyle Manning, at Rosvcll. N. M Mrs. George left Immediately to attend the funeral. Miss Hazel Mullins, who is teach- .0 her home In Lepanto, Ark., at- :er spending a week with her parents here. Miss Gerttldlne Pitts of Sharon, Teiui., Is visiting friends in Coot- r. Baxlcr Southern am! Miss Patty Jordan spent Sunday in IjCpantu, Ark., and Memphis. Mlssee Juliet Hank nnd June Bogle spent lust week end with relatives at Osccola. HoriivrsvillG here as tlie guest of Dr. Clmpmnn. Funeral services were licld Tuesday morning for the tnfnni clitkt of Mr. and Mrs, Fred Huyhey at the residence near Tyler. Inli'i 1 - inent was made at Number Eljjlii cemetery. Cecil Hayes of last week end Leaehville Society —• Personal Siecle jr.. superintendent of study; j ing at Blodgett, spent last week Mrs. Carl Sheeley, local work; Mrs.lend with her parents near Cooler. Marsey, superintendent of social i Mr. and Mrs. Bradshaw of relations; Mrs. M. P. Viekery, world- RIdgley, Tenn., spent Sunday l»ere " '' ''••' welfare; Mrs. E. W. McCann, game and song leader; Mrs. Tom Hopper, reporter. • * * Mrs. w. S. Hartley, who will soon move to Memphis, has been honored with a number of lovely parties. Monday afternoon she was again honored, this time with a handkerchief shower by the ladies of the Eastern Star, in the home 3f Mrs. N. Koury. Mrs. Robert Holt, v;ho before her recent marriage was Miss Lula Stiles, was honored Friday evening with a miscellaneous shower in the horns of Mrs. Dutch Muer by members 01 the Cooter high school 1932 graduating class. All tho members of the class were piesent except one. Otis Slanfleld, who underweiv an appendicitis operation Friday in Dlytheville hospital, is improving and hopes to be at home by the end cf this week. Mrs. T. S. Cooper is able to be up after being seriously ill with pneumonia. As soon as she strong enough to travel she and Dr. Cooper will leave for Florid '''to 1 'siK*r"1 the winter. Mrs. C. N. Sanders, Paul E. Mil >een transferred lo Barleld, Ark. le spent lasl week end here wilh " is wife. Mr. and Mrs. Cox of Blythevllle nd Miss Geneva of Memphis were lere Sunday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Fred Combs. Mrs. Tom Hopper and son of Cooler spent last week end with elatlves at Jackson. Tenn. .Mrs. Dan Portis jr.. has returned Irs. ind son of .re guests of Mr. and D. B. Holly ond daughter, outlook chairman. I with their daughter, Mrs. H. H. * • * * • Burton. Mrs. Gloyd Wagster was hostess! Mrs. Randell Mead ai: to ihe Cooter Woman's club with Kennelt are guests of Mrs..Tom Hopper as co-hostess at Ihe home of Mrs. Wagster last week. After a social hour officers for the year were elected as follows: Mrs, L. E. -Cooper, president; Mrs. Floyd Wagster, secretary; Mis. Jack Rushing, child Miss Josephine, at Cooler. Mrs. lead Is remembered here as Sis 'ierce. : Muschell Hamra, who has been mployed at Rldgtey, Tenn, has Hayti Society -—-. Personal ^—•• '' ' ' " -•_" ' Edwin Stock ot Capo Girardeau v/as the guest of Cnrl Bnskin Tuesday. Miss Bertha Brown ol Marina- Lcnchville. duke. Ark., Is here visiting her " ' cousin and his wife-, Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. J.'w. Golden and son were the guests of Mrs. Golden's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gainer of Greeiiwoy, Ark., Sunday. Mrs. Hiainnn Kotin, who has been In St. Louis visiting her sister. Mrs. Joseph Mycrson, returned home Tuesday evening. She returned home Tuesday evening. She returned with Ellis Kohn, who Imd been in St. Louis since Monday attending to .business. Tlie Lenchvlllc !'. T. A. will give Hie following program at the hi?h school Tui'sduy, November 28, at 3:15 p. m.: Thanksgiving song, group: Thr Spirit of TlninksylYinfr. Mrs. E. E, Byrd; Thanksgiving song, pupils o( Miss; playlet, pupils of Mrs. Glbblns; music, Miss Ellis. • * w MLss Nettie 15, Myrnclc nnd Mr. li. GfUTclt were married November 10. The bridge was grniliml- ed from Lcachville high school li' 1932. .Mr. Garrclt is an employ*, of the Howurd Undertaking Co. • » • Miss Martha Ulylhc ot Manila was the guest ot Miss Lois Williams over the ivctk end. Mrs. Max I'arks has been visiting Mr. n:;ii Mrs. Bill Orr tit 1'lno Bluff fur the past week. Miss Minnie Amils Robbs o! 'Mrngoiild .spent the week end In given at the clubhouse Thursday 'veiling; for club members and t'ir husbands. : Or. nnd Mrs. A. E. .Robinson Hid daughter, Miss Dorothy, will iul the Thanksgiving holidays m Memphis and 1'ontotoe, Miss, Mrs. Newt Hipp is visiting her iugir.i-r, Mrs. Gladys Wise of I'.i'luciih, Ky. 'I hi- U'arhvlllc high scool open- l Moiulny tor the full nnd winter itn. Wardcll News Ileininn Wilson of illylhevlllc .-mrd Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk 11 w- nr-lds lust week. Mr. and Mrs. Erfrlc Ashley g;ivi! ;i d:iiiiM' Friday night in hunor of ihi'ir daughter. Vi-rlio I/outac. Miss Veru Glmer.son has re- tiirneil from Osccola where she tho guest-of-her slater, Mrs. Mac Knox. Mrs. J, D. Hill and ciil|dren vis. Itccl Osccola on business Snlur- iay, Mr, and Mrs. Ernest Clarke '.\cre Sunday afternoon guests' of Mr, and Mrs. B. F. Reynold*. J. O. Endy and son and ler left 'DiCKUs,- for tiiE a paralytic stroke. ». T. .*akef\eld of -Blythevllle was !i«e. on business Friday. ,irs. Roy Wnlker and Mrs. L. 1*0 of Rosa visited Mr. and Mrs. Mr. nnd'Mrs. A. "J." Hjll visited Mr. ond Mrs. W, H.. Dyess Sunday. Reed Ciiwlty visited In Myrtle, MLu.,. Friday and Siturdty. Ira' UcCUntoclC' Sunday, Frank Llnd ; «n<HW>Ue Smltf visited In BlytheviUe Saturday. Midway Note? Mi-a. Iru McOlntock is-111 follow Help Kidneys • Jf poorly fuDettoetn* Ktdnly* t KU&ItrlMfct >ou mf" I rora GKtl i NI«hU. P«fni. Slilf I r t. Biimlu, . !lcM»,arAeI9trtnrtk*cim>0> Docton Fr*MllMl«lC)'lM(lll».tM) •AM** — MUM AK youepor^aaM for M BILIOUSNESS Sour stomach, jj ga« and headache = flue Jo E CONSTIPATION! Mr. nnd Mrs. Hill De Carls o! Pcorla, 111., will be the guests ol Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Byerley for the Thanksgiving holidays. A Thanksgiving dinner will be Good News for Kidney Sufferers! litre is rc!xf (tut enra richl iulo ilm itritaUd m;-! MicMrr ordain so <|iikli[y. ynu can aciiul!y.Si:Krc3u!u wi[1iii\ufciF-|if>uri. Hti'trfi out iiouons. neutral,it-j b'.irniiu; nrid*, luinri Vtoii;i>l^or.Oimcrol^foil.Xo lin-fC tirhliif l»c». vink bt.vHfr, ROTO pnTnful janti trc'tn hcV of Liiliipj- nilUhv.A^ druRgisl r..r IVley I'illi— liVcmn-lLrr Moneybicktjustautu-. OlL^l 35* = LJesigned throughout for Lmck THE NEW Ford truck has been designed in every part to meet the demands of heavy duty sen-ice. It is low in first cost and is economical to operate. It 'has a record for dependable service day in and day out over a long life. The new Ford -75-horsepower, V-8 engine is available in the Ford .truck at a moderate additional cost. It gives a new range of speed and power. Let us tell you More about 8- cylinder performance and economy. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Authorized- Ford • Dealers SMALL FARMS for SALE 50 A. NEAR .18 SCHOOL SO A. NEAR 48 SCHOOL 80 A. NKAU BURDETT ;)—!() A. TRACTS NBAU POPLAR CORNER 2—SO A. TRACTS NKAK POPLAR CORNER li_10 A. TRACTS NEAR MARIE 5—50 A. TRACTS NEAR LEPANTO I—GO A. TRACT NEAR LEACHVILLE 1—53 A. TRACT NEAR LEACHVILLE 1—SO A. TRACT NEAR LEACHVILLE 1—10 A. TRACT NEAR LEACHVILLE Also hiivcirminy more places not mentioned for — cheap with small cash payment and balance spread over term of years. J. W. BADER IJlythcville, Aik. . Charles . Gdodyeir rpt*t .his cldental discovery of vulcan' ' of rubber In 1139. Phone 7 1 WARNING! Your family may suffer the discomforts of a cold house unless you orcjer coal while deliveries can be promptly made. The first winter weather will catch miuiy unprepared arid local dealers swumped with orders . . . Only a few of which can be miide as soon as needed. Let us deliver your coal NOW. Montavallo, New River, Empire, Premium and Kentucky Coals Gay & Billings, Inc. Phone 7fi 11 -- ... . ._ ... Single Coltpn Blankets 70 x 80 Priscilla Style Curtains Fust colors 54c This Price Can't Last Hart Schaffner & Marx Four Star Worsted Suits $ .50 COME,' Get Yours at This Low Price! Domet Flannel Shirts In scrvkeablc colorc ... in warm, soft col- jon materials—in poat :5lyk- wilh 2 roomy 79C r A "Winter, Favorite* ' with thousands of men! PENNEVS COTTON UNION SUITS Opposite Hospital Blylhevillo, Ark. They're worth ;i( least SKI mure ri(;ht no\v. Only the fact that \vc houghl before mafctials and wages went up make this price possible. Four Star Worsteds are famous the country over for their style, workmanship ami woolens. While Present Slocks Lasl JlarlScliaffner & i\f.ar_x OVERCOATS $25 $29.50 $35 NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. Men buy this value by the dozens! Heavy Wool Mix SOCKS. .19c»»<r r.j. and longer wearing—that's. why. tlicy'rc so popular !>'All wool—plaited orcr suony cotton.^Assorted lieatlier ihaik's with white toe and heel. Ebcceptonavaut ,;aBt>u specifications ! ;FlarcbUarette,- nKk trim.' Cuffs 'pn^5lcncs : aod!leg6.;Military. fnK'- gnde\ Heavy ribbed 'cottioo! wearthtttl ' 9V Manufaclurcd Under °* 5> MEN'S CLOTHING CJi n CODE AUTHORITY <^> Now for one of those "solid comfort" nights! FLANNELETTE' Pajamas 79c Fine* quality' heavy' /weight flamilcite.- Notch 1 .coljar dc- si'giis. \Fancy body ; witlv plain color 'Collar, cuffs^ aftd jwcket facings. 1 • ~ "~ T"' 'T<fr«i/'/ MEN'S Imported CAPESKIN GLOVES Men's Solid Color PURE SILK SOCKS 9^5 SO C /2 <J*^pr. !>fmcri«fl top. too and heels. A IKS! seller because'rc •°itryt.\\\'[-tioniil values! Men'* Pine .Gauge Mercerized Cotton SOCKS Sizes, , HMo 12', g . vaUie I' SoBJ colotx Bbck—and whilr. • Snap Smooth Q&C ^** ** Sang! Smart! Jf'arnilyjined! BOYS' \ STRAP-WRIST GLOVES \ 79' Cxptrlly ' Cash'-] ionccl of import-' cd brown Turk Juft hi — a new shipment! EXTRA HEAVYWEIGHT, BOOT SOCKS WoplMii Men's Sizes sdl Iflce "hotcakes"—so come get yours now! Grey- White. Mixtures. Colored tops. They wear like iron. PENNEY 220-222 W. Main

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