The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 28, 1933 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 28, 1933
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PAGE TWO BLYTKEV1LLE. (ARK.) COUREEB NEWS Icbcr Springs, Ark., arrived Hun- day for ii two weeks visit wilh heir son, Percy, and Mrs. Hollowell. J. C. Cullum and Die Rev. H. M. Lewis are In Joncsboro today at- IciKlliig Inn Methodist district, stewards meeting. .Social Calendar fGoodleUows:,,Charley .ball, city auditorium, 10 p. m. FRIDAY'S EVENTS cr.urch'/of'.Christ- Bible study group inciting \rith .Mrs.''J. E. Brnt- chcr. '•Elmwood' Cemetery association meeting with Mrs. A. B. Holland. Country: .'C1ub~-t» Hnvn Thanksjrirltij Dinner Members of tlic country club will have a Thanksgiving dinner parts at 7 o'clock Thursday evening nt the ne'wclub house. Following dinner there will be dancing nnc cards.. Tills will be the first of a series dt Infornial affairs planned for the winder season.^.The cluh wll be open' at nil times for members ^nd- Uicir out of town guests nm special events of this kind will bi -•planned Irom time lo time. On al Sunday ."evenings it is planned I have members Bather for suppc and informal; parties. <- •••.*. TBaby Named ^ Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Colston Jr., jjavQ . named their infant daughter "Karen Juno. .Before her marriage 5«rs. Colston was Miss Edna Earl White. ' ( : * • • Robcrson-Prilchard 'oreman-Turnor. AnnounccmenL has been made of he marriage of Miss Carmen Tur- icr anil 1/slcr Pmemail; .both of Cushman, Ark. The Rev. B, M. Valson officiated. ilauclolph.l-illiner. 'IV.c niarrlase:of Miss.Klvenn IM- mer uixl Shirley Randolph, both of Marslon,"Mo.. look place IA lily- .hi-ville. The ceremony was JX.T- :orm<xl by the fiev. S. M. Walson. .•. • • Ilcanw-llooil. MLss Flora Mae Hood, of Manila, and Oi-vclle K. liwins, of Holland, Mo., were milted In marriage in a. service pcr'onlicd, hero :by the Hcv. S. M. Watson. Bits of NetCs Moslly. Personal Osccola Socicly — Personal Mr :ind MIA. O. A. Robinson nnd Dr. and Mis. I- I). M;u»sey entertained imn-lccn Irk-nds al a dinner party al I lie Ma.-sey lioine Monday evening. T.-L- delicious iinck dlimcr was served In three lit card tables and mi cvciilng of miscellaneous I'lili-ruiimicnl which Included llic showing of motion picture Him', In wliidi many ol i!ic guests played a purl, followed the dinner. Tlic g' wen- Mr. and Mrs. A. T. rate, Mr. and Mrs. W. 11 House, Mr. niiil Mrs. I). S. Laney, Mr. and Mrs. James Prnllicr, Mr and Mrs. llayrs G»»'en. Mr. and Mrs. D. Ii. Vliss Edna Smith and Mike Nailing Married WIIJ5ON, Ark.—Tlw marriage ol Miss Edim Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith of Evadale, lo Mr. Mike Nailing of Osccola was' solemnized nl 5 o'clock Monday evening. The ceremony was performed at (lie Smith homo by the Rev. J Murray Taylor, pastor of the Hayti Society — Personal Miss Pauline Brown of Manna- duke, Ark., spent. Inst week here visiting with Mr. find Mrs. Hugl Lewis mid children. Mcsdamcs C P. WnJIs. and daughter, Miss Hal- jrufe'sftAY, NOVEMBER 26, son, Kenneth and Miss Halite Fern Lutes mtoorcd to Chaffee Sunday afternoon to visit with friends and relatives. Christian church of Memphis, IK- tie FVrn Lutes, and E. N. Johnson , fore mi Improvised altar banked ferns and English Ivy, Tall baskets held white clirysan- Full/, and Slrlcklluf. Mrs. J. B. • ' The marriage of Miss Loom Pritchard, daughter of Mrs. Anna [Pritcharrt, to Mr. Charles Rolwr- 'son, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. c P.ot>ersoii, nnd (he marriage of 'Miss Lena Barnes to Mr. Sam p. '.Whittle, were solemnized in"' a double ceremony performed here Saturday. ' • - ' : ; •/ • Oocdfcllovs Hall Will Draw- Large Number Gnests Tlie Goodfcllows ball, planned by the Dud Cason post of the American Legion for Thursday evening beginning nt 10 o'clock. Is to be held at the felly auditorium. Already, a number of out of town guests have rondo plans to attend. All profits^ from the affair will be turned over to the Ooodfcllows fund, of which Ross Stevens Is chairman, and will be the beginning of n substantial sum to be raised to provide Christmas cheer ior the needy of Blylhovllle. ' "T.-JC-Seven Aces'! Irom Ghlc, will furnish" the . music with .s'cv- Jcsse M. White attended to bus- inrss In Memphis yesterday. Mrs. C. O. <Wood jind.Mrs. C. H Hall were In 'Memphis Monday, ^s Virginia Huffman, .TV Ham- Mlss Luna n. Williclm mid Jake Huffman motored to Mein- jhis -Sunday 1 for ttie organ recital jlven by Adolph Sleutcrinan nt the Ellis auditorium, ' Among those who plan lo go toj Nashville, Tcmi.. Thursday for llio Alabjmia-Vnnderbllt game arc Leroy lluddlcslon, Frank Whllworth, Fanner England, Fred Saliba, James H. Bell, Clifford Joyner, Bernard Gooch, Mr. nnd Mrs. Eddie D. David, Misses Ruth Wlill- worlh nnd Minnie Matthews, of lie-re, and Tlale Jackson, Joe Clny Yomig, Wclby Young, C. T). Youn; Mr. and Mrs. P. A. While enter-' tniiu'd Friday evening with a dinner parly al llielr home here. An evening in cards followed the dinner wil.i Mrs. O. E. Massenglll nnd TlK'u Sliced winning high score prizes. The guests Included Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Masscnglll, Mr. and Mrs. Theo Snccd. Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Shcddan, Dr. and Mrs. L. n. Mas- scy, Mr. and Mrs. u. S. Laney, Mr. and Mrs. Hayes Ciowcn, Mr. ami Mrs. I". H. Smilh Jr. and Mr. and Mis. A. W. liowen. Members of Ihe Osccola Bar association were guests of C. E. Sul- lengcr and Miss Alcnc Word at a dinner party nt the Sul- wlllv floor theinums nnd at Intervals ainong the greenery were candelabra with lighted while taper*. Preceding the ceremony Miss Mnxlnc Wallace played several |)i- ano selections. 'Hie bride was gowned In eel giay and wore n shoulder bouquet of pink rosebuds nnd viillcy lilies. She was attended by Mrs. C. O. Williamson. Myron Nailing of Osceola was his brother's best man. After a short honeymoon trip Mr. and Mrs. Nailing will be at home in Osceola. and Hugh Lewis drove her to her home Saturday. H. B. Maslerson, superintendent ol the local schools, left for Co- 'urnbia, Mo.. Saturday where he vitl attend to business. Enronte he topped at St. Louis and attended o business. \ Miss Grada Mai Harmon at- cuded lo business In Memphis jn turd ay. Thanksgiving Party at Dell School Tonight Plans for a Thanksgiving party, to be held al the Dell schoolhouse' tonight, were made by the Dell P. T. A. al its meeting last Thursday. Sevenlecn members were present wilh the prcsldcnl, Mrs. E A. Stacy, presiding. At Ihe parly tonight a goose will be given the family wltn the most members present. There will 'also be a prine lor Use schoolroom with (lie most mothers and fathers in attendance. The next P. T. A. meeting will be held December 8. Wilson Society — Personal ir-jse rufdiall Found MT. PLEASANT, Midi. CUP)—A putfball found by James Flaings biug, Isabella County farmer, meas ured 52'i Inches in circumference I and weighed 34 pounds. • Watch! Don't He Flim Flammed on Price or Weight! I LIBERTY I CASH GROCERS 1 * T.ilu>rlv'si I.i<st for An [ni'viu.>nsivi> Thiinksiriviltir • I I I I Liberty's List for An Inexiwnsivu Thanksgiving Dinner We Will Remain Open Until 8 I'. M. Wednesday ., CLOSED ALL DAY THUHSDAY Prices'f or lues,- Weds, and Friday CRANBERRIES Eiitmore. Fresh I'oimd CELERY Crisp. Calif. Well Bleached SUilk LETTUCE Iceberg's. GO's. Firm Heads Each Inactive Society Has 535,000 I1OLYOKE, Mass. CUP) — The S. F. Randolph and son Forrest, [St. Jerome Total Abstinence Ben- illcnded to business In Flat River, I cvolcnl Literary Society has bden Mo., Monday. | inactive for the past 10 years but ' Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Johnson andjstill has $35,000 In the treasury.' Lau£h at the calendar! o 1 UULIK, 1Y UI'JJ I IMLI1£, »J. IJ. 1 LMUI1J , 11 I 1 and Myron Naming of Osccoln. ""I" 1 '°" lc Fdcl ">' ere:lln8 ' Mrs. John W. Edrlngloir of Os- A profusion of chrysanthemum:) ceola. president ol the Mississippi! was cmploye.-l in (he decorations eral specialties tions. . as added nttrac- O. E. S. Members Are Given Honors. Three members of District 15, O. E. S., which is composed of thirteen Eastern Star chanters including the local chapter, have beer, chosen as state officers. Dr. L. E. Tucker of Moncttc has been named Grand Patron, Mrs. Charles Alford. Blytlmvillc, Grand Martha; Dr. Ellis, Moncttc, Grand Sentinel. This district is under the leadership of Mrs. Frances Bog an of Luxora who was reappoinled deputy lectxirer. » * • Delegates Elected. Delegates elected to represent the Armorcl Senior B. Y. P. U. at the state convention at Fort smith are: Miss Grace Lyon, Miss Margaret Pniitt. Roland Hayes, Miss Vivian Abbott and W. C. Lyon. Expenses of the trip to the. convention-will be paid with the proceeds obtained (torn n play. "The Wild Oats Boy" presented by the • Union last week and which will be repeated al Promised ( Land Wednesday nigr.t. Paync-GunUr. Announcement has been made of the marriage Of Miss Loutee Gunter and Raymond Payne, both of here. -Justice c. G. Smith performed the ceremony. Britt-Malcti Miss Jessie Malcll and Thomas Britt, both of Lcachvlllc. were united in marriage : by the Rev. II. B. Martin. • * * Slcelc-Ralph. The marriage ol Miss Helen Ralph;and Cecil Steele, bo'.h of • here, "occurred In this city with ;'.•.<• Rev. W. J. LeRoy. pastor of the Lake Street Methodist church, officiating. Collins-Julian. Miss Mamie Julian and Paul T. Collins, both of 'here, were united in marriage by the Rev. S. M. Watson. County Federation of Women's clubs, was In the city today. John Page Walton, who utlends Arkansas state college at Joncs- boro, Is ill from measles. Ills father, Lee Walton. Vent for him yesterday nnd he will remain nt home unlll nfler the Thanksgiving holidays. Raymond Bradley, son of Mr. and Mrs. n. 11. Bradley, is til wilh measles. The Rev. J. L. Ncwsom. pastor of Ihe Second Baptist cliureh, is quite ill from ncntc Indigestion. Mrs. I,. E. Old jr., Is 111 at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. M. Triylor. ;.J;-1X Craig sr., is crlllcally. Ill »l his home, 310 Lake street. Ills daughter, Mrs. Hal Baker, of Em. crson, Ark., and his sons, Pete nnd J. T. jr., who ntlend the University of Tennc.wc at Knoxvillc, will arrive sometime today. Dr. F. L. Husband, who has been 111 several days, has now recovered John Buchanan has returned from pltal the Memphis Baptist hos- where he underwent treat- and a Tluinksalvlii!; motif was carried out in the- delicious rout course dinner. The guests were S. L. Glndish, A. W. Young. D. Fred Taylor, D. Fred Taylor jr.. R. L. Nnilling, G. B. Segraves. W. W. Prcwllt, A. S. Uoy- crs, J. T. Coston, James Coston and E. S. Driver. • * Mrs. Ilu:>!i Ilughey and her small daughter. Hue Clay, arrived Sunday from their homo In Atlanta to remain over Thanksgiving will) Mrs. Hiighey's parenls, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. u. Lovcwcll. Mr. Lovcwcll met them In Memphis Sunday morning. -Mrs. B. N. Wilson and iier daughters. Darls, Frenrcs and Nancy Dick of Dundee. Miss., spent Sunday here with .Mr. Wilson, who has re- ment for n week. ccnlly been appointed county engineer for tile CWA program in Mississippi county. They were guests for the day of the George Doyle family. Tsoy expect to return (o Osccola lo make their home soon after the first of Ihe year. The Rev. II. C. Morchcad, pastor Thc Woman's Missionary Union met Monday afternoon at the Baptist church with 13 members and one visitor present. Mrs. Oscar Bnrksdalc spoke on "Peace of the World" and Mrs. E. Harmon conducted the mission study. Thirty students enjoyed :i Thanksgiving party given by the Home Economics and Future Farmers of America clubs at the Wilson school Friday night. Mrs. John Enochs and Mrs. H. C. Davidson were guests of Mrs. J. T. Polk at Kelser Friday. Miss Jcnnella Phtllips spent the week end in Memphis, the gucsl of hor aunt, Mile. Flucklgcr. Miss Mildred Frazlcr and Dr. Jnines Full were guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Rlley B. Jones at Blylheville Sunday. W. P. Wilson and C. W. Ferguson left this morning for St. Louis to si«ml sevcial days on busine-Mi. Mrs. Eddie Rcgcnold is in the Baptist hospital ul Memphis where she underwent a minor operation Sunday. C. O. Williamson, Hank Williams nnd T. F. Fox went lo DC Wilt, Ark., Sunday for a week of hunting, i , Mr. nnd Mrs. W. I. Hollowell of Mr, nnd Mrs. Frank E. Ogdcn or the Mclhodlst clmrcli, and G. B. have returned to their home in | Segraves arc in Joncsboro today al- Clinton. Iowa, following a visit tending a district meeting of stew- If you suffer painful daya> each month, do this: Get a bottle of Cardui from your druggist. Take it regularly for a while. If it helps you as it has helped thousands of women, you will feel stronger, hcallliier, bappier. Many women, after taking Cardui for a few months, Bay they no longer suffer severe monthly pain. Try it. Start today, Your druggist sells Cardui. BUTTER s " cet I OYSTERS SlSp'i Cardui HUSKY THROATS wlth Mr. and .Mrs. II. F. Khshncr. •ards of (he Methodist ohurcb. Ekron News Notes Ekron school 0|Kiied Nov. 13 with Inrge enrollment. The advanced I room 1ms elcclcd a king and ti'iccn j !or each grade. The grade selling the most voles will be crawneil Thanksgiving night at a box supper. The following were named kings: and queens of the various grades: I Eighth, \\*>odro\v Ucrd and Mmicj Hargctt; seventh. U. C. Rlggs and | Harriet Payne: sixth. Clarence Reect j and Gertrude Vanlamlinghaui;; fifth, Rny Trammel and Mnyrinc 1 Hill; fourth, Leonard Reed and 11.x- j zcl Bunch. ! Read Courier News Want Ads. I One dollar In the bank at 4 per rent interest compounded annually, will double in 17,673 years. Overtaxed by speaking,sing- ingj smoking ROXY Tues.-Wed.-Thui's. MAT. and Nile—IOc - 25c used by ivomen for the relief of periodic discomfort Tuesday-Weds. Matinee 2:30—IOc - 25c Night 6:4^—IOc - 35c CCCOANUTS """."AE'tr °' 4c I I —•I 7l>C I i Sc APPLES Nice Cooking. DIM. YorkH Lb. ORANGES,'" ,a.i - ge Sweet, Juicy FJoritUi Down • 15c MINCEMEAT Marvin' PUMPKIN Vim Cumj) or Happy Vale No. 21/2 Can . EGGS Guaranteed Fresh Down Clover. Guaranteed Creamery. Pound 22 c 20c I GEESE I Strittlv Fresh. Real- Fi'.i Pound I UKntYo | DUCKS Strictly Fresh. Small and Kiit Pound I HENS Strictly. Fresh. Nice and Fat Pound ISc m n-n Wilson's Nut or Swift's Tropic Nut' ULEU' -,. Pound ' • I MEAL I LARD 8-Lb. Ciin. 666 Liquid, Tablets, Ealre, Nos: Dropj ChWks Malaria (n 3 days, Colds Hist day, Utidichcs or Ncnnljia ; ;,••>., ;. ta M mlrintts. ', Fine Laxative and Tonic Must Speedy'Remedies Kno«n '-'.'' GRADE A RawMUk Craig's Dairy Values to be Thankful for .HEMORBIIOroS' (Piles) cnr- .-<4,>g«kMt.ti* knife- Skin c*ocer,-nrioa«ed;Teliis, ton- rili' p»»Tr< nea-cwticatlj. ' : DBS. NIES utd M£S Ofllc«,iH M»»» Phont 88 Just AVrivcd, bwiulifsii sliiiimciit of latTatas, satins and fiiille clotli . . . sosuu with velvet conts. A bcaii- tiful sukclion. *CfiOO to ^107^ Specially priced Ou.Jv, «plU. \ J Also^ Now Slii[»ni'.MH o!' Holiday Hals :; . ' : t $168 to $2.95 AH Coals, Hinging in price from 89.95 to ; S59.75 / Beautiful fur liinimeri and laibved .-tylcs. Sixes 1-J to •!•!. AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES All Sucdo Shoes, l'!;ick, JJrowii and Kcl Givy. (?k Vitality's §G line. \'o\v <?J New Economy Shop SHE WAS BORN TO DANCE! Glorious Joan-,i.... in'a role trie- whole world has 'clamored for. . . . a great romance, v again with Clark Gable,.,..*.,a marvelous musical setting! A smack o n I Ii c lips — crack on the jaw! None o I h e r than Marie and W a 11 y, A m c r i e a ':-: sweet hearts in Iheir lirsl joy-n ns since "Min and Kill"! reunion \lnarue. 65 c 50-Lb. Cnn Ingram Hldg. Phone J151-W A Holier! Yniinjj and Maureen O'Sullivan llirccfril hy SJcrvjn l.oKoy Piflure for the Entire Family! FOX XKWS COM 101) Y 300 of America's Greatest Dancing, Singing Beautiej.' SmtJsJi song hits! Thrills! | PORK SHOULDERS^. 8 ,.! i CAKE FLOUR to 10 Pillsbury. L;\st Chance 2 3/4.Lb..Hox I FLOUR PILLSBUIIY'S 6 Ih. 33c, 12 Ib. fiflc. RArOM /Swift's Oriolc\ Rind On, Lb. - - 12!/.c DnXAJl't V Slifcil / Kind Off, l,b. - - - irk jSALTSaaSlflOLRSKSSc I COfflANUT Fre3h - "^L 23c 124c Round or Loin I'oimd I GINGER ALE I BANANAS I MILK I RAISINS *M °y **te> »«o^ H( ^ ^ t ^4*a^ Liberty.,.Cast of 12, SI.15; 2(i-07.. iiottle Yellow, Rine Pound Van Camp. Tall Can 6c Small Can 1 Libby's or Honey jiuncb 15-Oz. iiox BLLr aUAol s i MARSHHALLOWS Anjjul I-'outl •l-Oz. Pkjr. . 2 C M — H I SWEETPOTATCESa^Fa: 1 - 2i I SUGAR ., lirown or Cpnfccliontrs 15ox /2"C I SPARE RIBS i Meal v I'ounti 6 1 2" FRUIT CAKE Crystallized Cherries, Lb. - -ilic Crystallized Pincajiple, Lb. - -ilk Cilron, Orange. Lcm Peel ll> 2-K- Shelled Pecans, Lb. - - - - :Wc Paper Shell Pecans. Lj;e. Lb ->.H- MIXED NUTS Fresh I'oimd ! PORK STEAKS, Nice and Lean Pound |\»rrncj Full 2 1'ouml PackiiRc - - • IIAIRo Pitted or Unpillcd, 10-0/. PAH AMOUNT NK\VS CAUONKT COMKDY I SPINAfH Central Ward !'. Tuesday Night! A. Will Give A FKKK T.UUKKY Programs broadcast Daily Over KLCN nt 12:20 >'!? GREENS S, 3 l Ptirc Cane .: ;.-10 Pounds Our Shelves arc bulging wi!h Fruits and Groceries ( Our sncives arc nuiging wiin iTcr-h Fruits Vegetables in Season as Well as Fancv Grocer! of All Kinds

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