The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1933 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 6, 1933
Page 2
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TWO BLYTKEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MCFMBEU G, IMS .Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Airs. A. Conu p ay enteruining Mid-Wcek Bridge club. Bible sludy, Church of Christ, meeting with Mrs. Baker on Franklin street, 2:30 p.m. FIUDAY'S EVENT'S Bridge party al Hotel Noble, 2:30 p. m. Mines. Edgar Borum, O. E. Keck, J. F. Lentl, G. H. Grcar and J. A. Waterman hostesses. American Lesion auxiliary meeting with Mrs. Floyd White, 7:30 p. m. 4 .!. Senior carnival at clly auditorium, 8 p.m. Entertains Club. Mrs. Dixie Crawford was hostess to Ihe Young Matrons Bridge club when she also entertained her mother, Mrs. W. S. Hanley, o! Steele, Mo., and Miss Allcen Field. A molded meat salad, date loa! lopped with whipped cream, and coffee was served, in the bridge games Mrs. Joe Trieschman won the prize, a bath mat-. This club had a Thanksgiving parly when Mrs. Murray Smart entertained members and tbelr husbands. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon won the ladles' award, a white flower pot, and the men's prize, a tie, went to W. C. Higginsou. Country Club Tti Have Dance. The Country club will have its '^'second dance Friday evening wllh ;. dancing beginning at 0 o'clock. A .- number of. other affairs arc being - planned which include a Christmas party and a New, Year's supper dance. . Have Party. Mrs. A. M. Bull and Mrs. M. G. ; Goodwin entertained members of .the Tuesday and Thursday Eook --clubs and a number of other guests yesterday afternoon. ,,- YuletWe lallis and various • i.liadcs of chrysanthemums added color lo Mrs. Butt's new home . where Ihe seven lables were ar. ranged in the living, sun and din• ing rooms. A fruit salad was served with cheese straws, Ice box cookies and codec. IT HAPPENS CW/ M '. -TiUirTt vt)U O).' 'Pcfv'R f . 'DO OFF ft Leachville Society — Personal Mrs. Frank Gwyiniof Hot Springs. a former Leachville resident, is the house guest of Mrs. E. M. Howard, who held open house in her honor Monday evening. Miss Jean Alexander, who nl- IcnUa school in M?mph!s, sp;tu ihe | Thanksgiving holidays with her ! parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Alcx- uuder. Misses Palty Sham: and Martha Ann Lynch or Rlytlicvillc and Miss Dorothy Robinson of Leachville will attend a week-end house party at I'aragould, the guests of Miss Minnie Annis Itobbs. I-<:on Byerley Jr., celebrated his seventh birthday Tuesday in bed with the measles. A number of his classmates, recently recovered from the fame disease, called dud offered their sympathy. Hev. J. W. Moore, pastor of the Methodist church, is in 31. Louis attending lectures by missionaries. Mr. and Mrs. L,. G. Byerley and son spent ihe flr.n of the week in Memphis. Attendnancc at the Lcachville i school has"been cut 25 per cent by measles. Two Families "Adopted" for Christmas; 298 Others Wait The American Legion Auxiliary I'.a monetary Kitts. Who wants ID lias the honor or helms Ihe first lo • be fli'Al to conlrlhutu to this Hind adopt a Iccal poor family lor whirli was started with S4S ob- Chrlslmas. Tills uroup will cure forj tatncc( from the charily dance? u veteran of the world war, his.The Courier News win acknowledge wife, and four children who would:all gifls and "those desiring famil- nol known the joy of n good ies are asked to (Mil SOU' or Hoss Christmas dinnur, some clothing: Stevens, clmirmon of the Good- aml a bit of fun lor the children' fellows. Im! no; the Goodfellows come to ' '' ; . ' Ihtir assistance. ',. ,, . ' ' ' ; The Beta Chi Sunday school j !lobl ' J ' ls '-'»•«"« Husiness class of the Presbyterian I BAKKSDALE, Wis. (Ul'i — A church was the .second to adopt liobljy of rallcc'.ius; -.nnii grDwinj a family. - : Wisconsin wild plants started sev- Tiiere are 300 famtlies In Bly-krai years ago by Mr. and Mrs. thcville and Immediate vicinityiFred G. Knoiviton has yvown into who are longing for a visit from U lucrative business. Eich Santa Clans but who don't expect! hundreds °I plants ave snipped lo one. One of these is a father, SO,' all parts of the United Stair-; and Dogwood Hems who has suffered from tuberculosis at Ills home on West Asli street. Rosroe Oration o( Little Rock, Is attending lo business here tcday. Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard Is 111 at her home on West Ash street. Club His Guests. Mm«. George Oish, Roland Sleety-Cooler Society — Personal Green, John L. Plnlcy jr., and Max Miller jr., were guests of Mrs. Floyd White .yesterday when she " also iiad members of the Tuesday Contract club'play ' cards at her home. Mrs. W. Leon Smith won the prize, hosiers'. A plate lunch waas served at the conclusion of six progressions. * • * Blnjo Parly Planned. There will be a Dingo parly Thursday evening at the social hall of ilsc Immaculate Conception church at 8 o'clock. An attendance prize will be swarded. * » « School lo Have Annual Carnival. The annual.senior carnival of the city high school is to bo given at the city auditorium Friday evening. 8 o'clock. A number of special attractions have been arranged with the entire affair to be called "The chicka- sar Teepee." At this time, the carnival queen, Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wartin, will be crowned. Mrs. Joe Burns entertained tho Steele Women's Club Friday aflcr- noon. The program, "Home Made Christmas Gifts." was led by Mrs M. Sbaiuberg. The next, meeting will be wllh Mrs. J. W. Reno. A large crowd iiltendcd a blugo parly given by Ihe Eiislcrn Slnr oliapter in the Bcasley bulldlnt Monday evening. The proceeds wll b« used in furnishing the new .Eastern Star hall. Among, Iho.w from Steele rtt- temiiiiR the Epworlh league meeting • nt. Slkcslon Monday night were Mrs. Raymond Brooks. Misses Hill ami daughter Maitlm, spent last week mil with Mr. and Mrs. George R. Crocked. Mrs. John Parks Jr., accompanied by Mrs. C. II. Whistle of Roseland, Ark., spent Monday In Memphis. Mrs. Ed Crlce left last week for an c.xlended visit with her parents ut IMrnll, Mich. Wilson Society — Personal Mr. and Mrs. Wallon Wilson and Mr. nml Mrs. Simmer enold spent Monday iu Memphis Mr,s. Wilson gave blood for a traiiifiLSion for Mrs. Eddie Rcg- crolri. who underwent an opera- lion 10 days ayo. Mrs. Rcgcnok Is reported improved. 1'lans arc being- made for tin Wilson school carnival lo lie lielc J-'rldoy niglit. Misses Cinolyn Cul him, Margie Williams, llcan. Alia N'icholwm Hayti Society •—• Persona! p.isl month with malarial fever, is now ab!c to attend school. Murrell McCumber ofc. St. Louis, who is visiting here, spent Sunday evening in S:e:!e visiting with William Khmirie. Mv. am! Mrs. J. M. Miles entcr- alncd with a dinner party Mducby evening for their son, David, on his ilnth birthday. Among the out-of- owu guests s\ere Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Slepp and daughter of New Madrid, Ur. and Mrs. M. U. MiUs ami children, and Mrs. Grace Dcs- iiionU and son. Ilolwrl Donald McNail of Caja 1 Glrardeau, Mo., spent the weokcr.:! here visiting his parculs, Mr. arc! Mrs. T. A. McNail. Mr. McNail Business Women Will Give Musical Comedy I A casl of approximately 100 local people, will participate in the ! musical comedy "Campus Capers.' j lo lie presented at the cily hall auditorium here Thursday and I Friday. December 14 and 15 under j Ihe auspices of the Business and I Professional Women's club. The show will he under Ihe cll- <, rtclion of Miss Erleeu V. Johnson Will Gcan and family have moved lo Blylheville. Mrs. Ruth Craig and Miss Sed- rtte Joiner visited in PiegoU last week end. Mrs. Modie Gary of Calhoim City, Miss., is visiting her cousin, Miss V. C. Spraybcrry. ihis week. Before her marriage she was Miss Mollie. Sprayberry ol Burdclte, Ark. Mrs. Oma Thomas, Mrs. Lucy Kconce, and Mrs. Homer Sprayberry attended the singing it New Liberty Sunday afternoon. ; The mothers club will . meet Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Horn's quilt. Victor Craig of New Orleaiii> visited his -parents. Mr. and, Mrs, h*d Craig, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bagwell for [he past eight years and who has nov.' also developed a bad case of dropsy. There are three children, a little girl two years old who has never been able to stand on her feel ticcause of poor nourishment, a golden haiied girl of seven, aiul ci boy of four vho i waul.s u new pair of pants and :i | "play pistol." Parents who hiivo - -'Mldrcn able to rim and play! should understand the longing in this mother's heart as she sees I ^ her baby girl. j Another family is a young con-. pie and their 3-ycar-old baby iirl. Both the man and his wife [ aie refined anil well educated hut I iiave no relatives to help them.! Last year in his efforts to obtain work the father signed up for lab-1 or witli the RFC and during the | foreign countries. Read Edllh Mil and N'ettic Bits of Ntics Mostly Personal Hugh Nelson Thompson of Memphis is attending to business here today. Mrs. Gordon Wright, formerly of here and now of Caruthersville, Mo., •will arrive Friday to be the house- guesl of Mr. and Mrs. F. If. Acton, coming down especially for ihe bridge party lo be given by Mines. G. E. Keck. Edgar Borum, J. A. Waterman, J. F. Lcnti and G. H. Grear and the dance at the country club. Mr. Wright will join her Saturday and they will be guests of the Actons over the weekend. Mrs. Jack Mosre and Mrs. J. W. Adams jr., have returned from Dyersburg, Tcnn., where they spent the Thanksgiving holidays. Mrs. Chester Caldwell, Mrs. Malt Monaghan jr., and Mrs. j. w. Adams jr., sin go to Memphis tomorrow. George w. Barham returned last night from a business trin to Little Rock. Mrs. R. c. Dent jr., of Caruth- mrille, Mo., will be here Friday for the bridge parly to be given al the Hotel Noble. She Is to be tr.e guest of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Borum. Miss Jayne Barnes, who has been attending Teachers college at Klrksville, Mo., has returned home. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Charles Gading jr., and son, Charles III, of Kirksvllle, who wll be here until after the holidays. They will be joined by Mr Oadlng, who is a student at the school of Osteopathy, shortly bc- Jore Christmas. Carl Williams jr., Is a patient at Bt. Joseph's hospital of Memphis Mmes. W. A." Black, Parnsworth Black, A. M. Butt and W." J. Pollard will spend tomorrow in Memphis.. • .-•;'. Mrs." Louis Wilson and Mrs Brownie story spent yesterday in Memphis. , '; • ... _,.-,-. -,'. . ' Hairy .KuO£» jrvis' Ul "from mea- _________ Chnrlene Llpscomb, Olga Kouryj Li " on have bren chosen lo com- and Evelyn Biggnrt, and Uc'ii V Qie for queen. Bilrns. Mrs. J. p. Vickery, Mrs. Charlie Southern and the Misses Irene Whitilcld, Ellen Kelly and Hazel Weaver silent the holidays with I Misses Helen Vlekery and Lucille Southern nl Hardy college, Mor- rlllon. Ark. Miss Mary Lou McDiinlcl, who is' teaching nt Union, Miss., si>ent lost week end here with her father. Dr. J. R. McDaniel. Miss Ruth McDaniel and Shelly Stiles jr., of Caruthersville accompanied her as far us Pontotcc, Miss., on her return to Union. Mrs. Rice Arnold and children of nro guests of Mrs. Rice's mother. Mrs. Allic Copclniid and family. Mr. mid Mrs. Jimniic Ashcrofl Virgil Jones and Mrs. T. Morris of Cnsn, Ark., are spending. Mils week with Mr. and Mrs j R Jones. Vlrgle Travis of Caruthcrsvillc spent last week end with her sister, Mrs. Veluier Campbell of Cooler. •Mrs. B. I. Boston returned Saturday to her home- in Rutherford. Tcnn., after an extended business visit here. Mrs. Ed Mnrsli of Steele will employed by the state highway department. Misses Irene and Edna Haggo- mann, who are now working in at. Louis, arrived Monday for u. visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hnggcmann. Miss Irene Hag'-' 1 - inniin will remain until after Christmas and Miss Edna will return the-IaUer part of this week. Miss Monetic Burrcss, who has been confined to her room for the •' I of Jonesboro, who will be assisted by Ernest Johnson, pianist. The audience will be treated to a comical contrast between the old-fashioned school of yesterday and the "pell-mell" college of today. The show will include number of interesting features musical numbers, songs, dancing", nnrt comical skits and the cast v.ill include tuany well known local business and professional men and women. sleet and snow was sent home] when he became ill. He had concealed the fact-he was an active j tubercular patient because lie 1 didn't want to ask for charity. Money, toys, foot!, clothing, fur-j nilnrc and bedding are badly \ needed from Ihosc who don't adopt' ™ families. No gift is too small or to olarge. So far lliere have been MOONLIGHT 171 Next Door lo N:ibcrs Grocery I'LATE LUNCH - Me Homo Made Pastries Fried Chicken - Steaks HER'! 1 nUGAN, Chi-f •. • . . l ave visiting hi Mississippi this 1 week. . . ' . | The Rev. Mr. Horn will- preach | at Dogwood sehoolhouse .Sunday \ and Sunday night. ' ' 1 IIEMOKKHCIDS (Piles) ent-i j nd without iho jdjlfe.' £%?n cancer, varicosed \v€in» f; -tonsils removed mri-sut-gically, '• DKS. NIKS auil.NIES Oifice 514 iilaiu 'i'iii'ine US You can't foo! your stomach So cook with CRISCO,,. the wholesome fat that digests quickly! Seven Local Stores Combine in Launchiiif/ This $100,000 SALE NOW IN FULL SWING sing over station WMC. Memphis. Friday afternoon at 3:30. The Woman's Missionary society at Cooler held an all day rmilt- ing at the parsonage Friday Norlhcut Coll of St. Louis spent Inst week end here with Lee Yea- <3cr. Dr. and ^frs. J. W. Robblns, son The Most Unusual Sales Event Ever Held in Arkansas FREE MERCHANDISE And A Hitf FUKK SHOW At the \l\ls. Theatre FRIDAY, DEC. 22nti. EXPLANATION OF AUCTION $750 NOTICE Effective today the fnlloning beauty sVops will o]ien after G P. M. bv apiminlineiu. This policy will continue until after the holidavs. Caldwcll Beauty Simp Margiiret Deen Ileauty Khojipe Klaine Hciiuly Shtip Gracc-Klanort Beauty Shoppe Nell's Beauty Shop Towtler Buff Beauty Lounge This eroup of slorcs will auction off to the highest ladder S750 of Hue merchandise iurludim: Groceries, Turkeys, Live 1'igs, C.ims. Toys. Clotliimr, Candies. Toilet Arcrssnrios and Othrr Valuable Tlcms. .VI) MONEV \VII.I. BE ACCKlTri) rOH AN'Y AUTICI.i; Al-'CmOXKI) Oil'. Full naymcnt must be. nmlc with these Auction Cerliiicatcs. An Auction CcrlifUalc will lie jivrn l-'KEE willi every Z:ic purchase at any ol D'csc slort-s from IktrniLer 1, 1333 lo Dciero 1 tr 22. 1933, therefore when you arc the highest liitltlrr you really B i-t llic article FREE Or CIMKGE. You may use as many of these Auction (.'crtifir.ilcs as you or your friends niKy liavn acciimulatrd diiriii;; Oils 5100,000 Sale. Vtm m;iv give Ibcsc Ccrtiiicalrs to any nrnuii >ou desire. Tbis cri'-it aucllon of S750 wurtli of merchandise will tic liclil at Hie HIT/, Tl(i:.\Tl!i:, Friday, December 22nd, 1033, in cnnncilioit willi a CUKE SHOW. Here's the merchandise (o be auctioned at Our Illy FREE Show at the Ritz Theatre Friday, Dec. 22nd. 2 GRAND PRIZES ll^ 0B Fc^ eoom Suite JO BASKT.TS GKOCKIUKS Z Live Vigs 2 DMT. frit <;lass Tiinililtfe E»ch Basket Contains All of 2 (Jcr^c 2 K rirrr ScLs Dishes This: 6 Lb. Sack Flour 1 I,b. rruncs 1 Bunch Cclrry 1 Box Snlt Z I.lis. Ilcans 1 Sack Apples 1 ilurch (Irapt-s 1 Itox Itjhins 2 Knobtrrs ^ Knamrl Uoastcrs f. _. 2 C Lamps 6 lurlir55 2 Srts Auto Scat Covers 2 " llcks S HoxfS Shnljiin Shrlis 4 Jtams 2 <;rnnin' Ix-nthcr Football? 4 ZJ-lh. Surks [funr ? - "aiirs Aittn ilnli-rs 9 Mm'* u,.^r.l.,,!.. <•„,! " Children's Dressers £• iilcn s tlDn>rliulc t oals n ._ , .. , , 2 Mens Slirdn Jackets 2 I.ariics 1 Silk r.onns 2 ,, ldics . j i^ ml[ -| Ttohrs 1 l.b. Collcc . ?. lien's On'ire (.'oat, 2 Men's Hc-arnn Hnlirs I Can Corn 1 I—rgc (.'.in Cream 1 Box Siiashetli 1 Hos Ourn I'l.ikcs 1 l!ox O.itmcal 1 Can Ivmatccs 1 Can Turk & Ik-ans 4 llovrs Whilman's Candy 2 Doves Mived Candies lO'/j Ib. Ilovcs Busy Hoc t.-.iml)- 2 lien's Tic Scls 2 Kvon. in I'.irls Toilet Scti 2 Beautiful Drill* 2 fl ll.i;:irurc Sets 2 C nsler AVa.;nn.s 1 M'aliiivfn Toilr! 2 1'lay Irurks 2 S^ Soili Tlrkc-ls 2 Klr'rlrif Irnns 2 Kc.uiliftil •Inilrt SfK 2 DouHe Hollers CJcl Your Aiiclion liucks \Yilh Karh 2."n- ruiohnse ;il These Stores Hubbard Furniture COa Kirby Drug Stores National Brokerage Co. Hubbard Hardware Co. McMullins Casli Grocery Ben Franklin Store UKMEMliEU: SAUC STARTS TODAY! For goodness sake, go away if yoj must make so much noise! Aw, she s nice but she's got one of tier stomach spells! -the paper says to use Crisco because it digests quickly. I wonder if Crisco would help mo! Why don'f you try it? ll's a pure wholesomefar. 'Don t mistreat your digestion. "Trwl if" liir.illy with luscious flaky Criscu pies and crispy Crisco-fricd foods. Your stomach doesn't liavc to work overtime on foods cooked with Crisco. Crisco is the light, creamy wriolcoomefatlliat digests quickly. So nuke all your favorite pies now with Crisco! They'll come out of the ovou so flaky anrt golden—not gre;isy and slow to digest! And fry with Crisco. No fear of [at-soakeil foods if you fry properly with Crisco— heat your Crisco so hot that foods are instantly senled in a crispy brown. They'll actually look "dry-frieil." By Criscu's own secret j>rnross .sweet pure oils are changed into a fluffy creamy quick-digesting shortening. And Crisco stays lliat way will'.oiil icc-bcw help. Always look for the familiar bluc-am!- wliite label when you buy Crisco. Crisco is packet! in sanitary, vacuum-scaled cais for your hcallli protection., MACARONI MEDLEY Come in, boys. How'd yoj like lo try some Crisco cooVies— they're, good for you! Ch.-.p i.^:.-.:i nr \\' fall until rl iKp;^-r. Fry in (' 'd'iea l,r™ n . A.!.] nrr.oa'l:i:xt ;:.-(-.. Stir ^t* II. l'-; liirj disk. Spriiili- ui'.h ctc . ^E^^o lnycr c( rmraror.i. r di-h. . uttlilnicoly b:o CRISCO r-» p r r*; cfli digests <JlLiL, -v. '& At the Courier News <."ooking School, Mrs. George Thiiru used and rceommcnrted CRISCO, the modern, quick- dig:ostiiig shorlening.

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