The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1933 · Page 2
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fA01 IWO (AML) COUMER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 103;! ,| .Social Calendar WEDNESD AY'S 'EVENTS Wednesday Bridge club, Mrs. u Finley Jr, hostess. ThV Current Events Club will meet'.' with Mrs. Jsefc Horner at 1:30. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Senior Hie* P. T. A. executive board meeting, 3:45 p. m., followed by P. T. A. meeting at 3:30 p. m. • • ' : U..' D. C. meeting with Mrs. W. I. Denton. Thursday Contract club, Mrs. G. G Caudlll hostess, Yaibro missionary society meeting with Mrs. E. B. Ltoyd. Mid-Wcek club meeting with Mrs. Harry W. Haines. . FRIDAY'S EVENTS Pre-school P. T. A. meeting with Mrs.'tMatt Monaghan jr., 2:30 pm. ABhual chrlitmas p«rty, Wo- niaii$ club, 3PM. HjfrShy-Ny Sunday school class, First' Baptist church Christmas party, Mrs. W. M. Williams, hostess; 7:30 P. M. SATURDAY'S EVENTS program meeting with Mrs. A. I brother of (he bridegroom. Tile C,' Haiey as leader. The theme was ride wore blue and carried a foou- juet of pink rosebuds and swect- x?as. Miss l/'c wore yrcy ;md had corsage lo match the bride's bouquet. Following a honeymoon in Mex- '.'Ciiristmas Love." Mrs. W. M: Taylor gave a story on Christmas after which Mrs. J. E. Crltz and George Lee gave a duel. Mrs. Mrs. county Walter council "Wood, president home demonstra- Tho nominating committee submitted the following officers for i'r.t ensuing year: president, Mrs. Chns. Wyltc; vice-president, Mrs. B. A. Lynch; recording secretary, Mrs. Jack Horner; assistant recording secretary, Mrs. M. Jonlz; conference treasurer, Mrs. Elton Kirby; assistant conference treasurer, Mrs. George Hubbard; corresponding secretary, Mrs. noland Green; lo- col treasurer, Mrs. N. B. Menard; J 0 , of superintendent of supplies, Mrs. W. P. Brewer; social service, Mrs. J. S. Crltz; children's work, Mrs. Harry Kirby; assistant, Mrs. W. J. Pol- bird; superintendent of publicity, Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr.; assistant, Mrs. Hilcy Jones; mission and bible study, Mis. J. R. stedmnn; world outlook, Mrs. Mary Henley. The hostesses, Mmes. Burnett Dlckerson, W. C. Hlgglnson, A. C Haley, ixe. Armstrong, Harry At-1 kins and Max B. Reid, served cakes I co City t::c couple will make their lome In El P.'.so where Mr. Dcwcy s connected with the Universal Jar l/»cllng uncl Distributing Co. Wordless Wedding' Ceremony SAN FRANCISCO <U!')—A wordless wedding ceremony was performed here u'hen Judge E. P. Mo- f m married Miss Mildred K. Qmul- Francisco, and Everett Yeager, of San Jost. liolh are deal unites. Miss Edna Edwards acted as Inu-rprelcr. Read Courier News Want Ads. Osceola Society — Personal Mrs. Clias. K. aullenger entcr- tulned 2+ friends at contract bridge Thursday afteinoon. Prizes fol lowing the garie were awarded to Mrs. Paul B-nid of Dycrsburg 'lend., who has been the guest o t.er mother, Mrs. John R. Miller here this week, nnd to Mrs. W. i. Johnson. Mrs. Godfrey White cu consolation favor. • • • Mrs. J. A. Mcjran of Fort Scot Kan., Rccompaniing Mr. Moran, ar lived early last week for a vis: Ith Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Laney nd Mrs. L. IJ Swift. Mr. Moran iturncd Monday nlisht and Mrs. iloran remained till Friday, spend- ng a part of the time in CliafTee, lo., where sl'c was accompanied ty Mrs. SwUJ and baby, Joaii Ltuioy. Mrs. W. W. Frcwltt has return- cl from_ 11 wc>k's visit with her iitlier, W. E. J,-hnson, hi Lexlng- on, Ky. Mr. ana Mr«. W. E. Hunt will rave as their guest during the IhiLslmas holidays, Mr. Hunt's sls- fr, Mrs. M. w. Davenport, of Los Aiigelcs, Cal., v:l!o Is coming to ,l»nd the wln'cv montlis with her urenti, Mr. orrl Mrs. P. E. Hunt [iflrt. Is well knovn In Osceoln, hav- ii.g visited here on several occasions. of Slsnton, Mrs. Daven- Fnll Moon Aids Sprinr RUMFORD, Me. <UP>— A spring on the slo;<c of Ml. Zircon, near Cere, is named Mcon-Tlde because its flow Increases 18 gallons a minute during a full moon. BARGAINS IN NEW & USED FURNITURE R.J.DODSON 303 K. Main - Phone 195 tlon clubs hostess to luncheon for county council at Women's club. Bvsiaeu Women's Clib H»;A Chrfetmu F»rty The annual Christmas party with a dinner, informal program, andi-ChrUtmas tree at th^ home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens tot evening. Misses Cora Lee Coleman and • Margaret Merrltt were hostesses to the 30 present which Included a number of guests. As. this is the month for observance- of the emblem of the organization, this hiottf was used in combination decorations. with The the Yulctide . club's colors, green and gold, were emphns|zed In the centerpieces of gold chrys. anttimums for the large dining tabli' and the small ones, similarly arranged for the four course menu. The-candtes were in these shades. the 'place cards were gold emblms and. the favors, tiny emblem pins. Miniature red berry trees also decorated the tables. For the program, Marjorie Stevens '-played a piano solo. "Scarf Dance" by Chamlnide, Miss Lorna Wilson played "March Winds" by MacDowell, Miss Mirth* Chambers told.a CKrlstmas story, Mrs. Paul L. Tlpton, with Miss Merrill at the piano, sang "The Golden Key" by and tea. | • • • i Son Bora. Mr. and Mrs. Buinic Berficld of P«na. III., announce the birth of a son this morning nt the Blythe- vlllc hospital. He weighs eight pounds. Mrs. Bcrfleld wns beloro her marriage Miss Sara Lang of this city. • * • Woman's Auilllary Groups Meet. Tl-.e Woman's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church met yesterday afternoon at 2:30. Circles 1, 2 and 3 met for a brief business session before the npiwlntcd hour. Mrs. G. W. Dlllahunty conducted the devotional which was a prelude to the program which followed. The theme of the program was 1 "The .Message of the LlglH In Sto: and Song." Mrs. Allen, leader, was siiliied by Mrs. E. S. Spradlcy, Miss Margaret Gray, Miss Edna Kate Hale and Mrs. Fred Sandefur, each reading a section of the Christmas story us told hi Matthew and Luke. The program was Interspersed with songs, one of -which was Holy Night, sung by Mrs. chas. Bright and Mrs. Critchiield, with Mrs. Joyncr at the piano. A table draped In while on which was arranged a Christmas tree, silver holders with red candles and I Watth! Don't lie Flim Flammed on Price or Weight! I I LIBERTY | I CASH GROCERS I I If \Vc lliivt'n'i Cot It - - We'll Cot It For You! I I .Guanmlwl Lowtst I'rices in Town - Why Pay More? . Specials for Wednesday • Thursday I 2Sc[ I I I . j GRAPE FRUIT 5'" VEAL CHOPS ORANGES Chuyc & Sunborn or Sunny Hrook. Pound Nice Large, Juicy Florida Dtizon ISc Heavy and Sound Nice Si/e. t'uch I ROYAL GELATINE I EGG NOODLES the Dusk to You," Miss Coleman spoke briefly of the emblem and Miss Merrltt, winner of a contest in explaining the emblem, her prize-winning statement. read Miss Johnson,- who Is directing the play "Campus Capers" to be presented by the club Thursday and Friday nights at the city nil- dltorium, outlined the play which is to have 100 in the cast. There were gifts oh-the tree for everyone, each member having previously drawn a name, and'Miss Coleman remembered the guests. Included in those present were: Mmes. Tipton, Harmon Stford, E. A. Goodrich, Paul Schwartz, Virginia Haynes, Howard Proctor and Samuel F. Norris and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stevens, and daughter, Marjorle, Misses >Lorna Wilson, Martha Chambers, Miss Johnson and her brotheri Mr. Johnson. • .- • ." •. U. D. C. to Meet .1. ": Mmes. W. I. Dcntoil, Mary Phillips Robinson: arid' Herman Cross and Miss Margaret- Cross trill entertain otter members of the local U. D. C. chapter when it meets Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dtnton at 2:30 o'clock. • * • . Has Mission SUidj. The women of the First Baptist church had their. mission sludy al the church with Mrs. R..L. Rceder in charge of the devotional with "I Bring You Tidings of Great Joy as subject. Mrs. W. M. Williams taught t'r.e last.lesson in "Medica Missions" and gave an examination to the eighteen present. Mrs •T. R. Shepnerd closed with prayer Circle 1 elected officers for the coming year, which a re "as follows Mrs. John Buchanan, 'chairman; Mrs. Will Rodgers, co-chairman; Mrs. Raymond Zachary, secretary and treasurer; Mrs. R. Lt Hceder, mission teacher; Mrs. Walter Bishop, reporter. Pound Or Jt'llo Package Skinner's. Fresh and Nice. Package Ei—I thought of jelly. But if you want to make doughnuts And I'll be glad to moke these doughnuts for.the cake table. Incense; burning; with, the readers wearing choir robes sitting l»-o on either side formed n pretty picture The aitn of the program was to center the thoughts of the women on the church's obligation to Its aged ministers. In the social hour which follow-1 «l circle 3, Mrs. a. E. Vail chairman, assisted by Mrs. Virginia Hayncs, served fruit cake and coffee to the thirty-five present. The Business Women's Circle will have Hs annual Christmas party on the evening of Monday, December 18 with Mrs. B. A. Bugg. • » • Deney-LtdbeKer. Mrs. J. J. Lcdbcltcr today announced the marriage of her daughter Margaret to Mr. H. J. Dewey of EI Paso, Tex. The wedding took place at El Paso on December 4 at si. Clement's Episcopal church. The Rev. Clarence H. Horner read the wedding service. The cpupic were attended by Miss Roberta Lee and Robert F. Dewey, I PEARS • Bartlett. Nice Ones Each GREENS Mustard or Turnln 1-ariy Jiunrh LARD . Best- Corrtpourid" 1'onnd LETTUCE POTATOES I I SALT I SALAD OIL; Nice Crisp Heads Sc Reds Pound 2c 1 3 Boxes 50 IJ>H. lOc; 50c; 25 Lbs. 29c; 100 Lhs. 95c I APPLES Tasle" Pint - Boltlc Quart Delicious. 88 Size Each I STEAK Round, Loin or T-Hone Pound 15c| TU1I V Libby or V. Camp ISaby Tall Can^ I COFFEE inflV'c Pure Pcuberry. Hest Coffee for. the Money. 1 b. 15c| Sell Your Old Gold In Blythevilie Wednesday and Thursday L, E. Seace, Clhlcngo representative, will be at Room 5. aoff Hotel, Blythevilie, for the purpose ot purchasing old gold nnd :ilvcr which possessors no longer j 9 care to retain. He was in Blvthcvllle Tvicsdr.y morning maSdn' arrongcmcnu for coming here 0:1 Wednesday and Thursday. The; company ho represents Is licensed to buy discarded gold and silver ar- tlrlvs. nnd dlsmnnds. by the sov- oinment. Articles the company will buy are listed in an advertisement to b-j found on page iree of this issue of the Courier 'e\vs. —Adv. I BANANAS Yellow Ripe. Fine for Pound You 5c A Christmas Trp TO WIVES HPAKE a look through his chiffonier -*- today. Has he the bountiful supply of shirts he used to have? Are his ties get- ; '•' ••>. ting worn and .\\-ririjcled? Do.hiS hose show " •-.' ' , '•-v(Vy,~ri • signs of frequent repairs? Does ho need pajamas and underwear? When he comes home tonight, notice the condition of his gloves, his muffler, his overcoat. Perhaps that dear man has been making more sacrifices for you and the clSWven than you realize. Well, Christmas is coming, and a tip to the wives is sufficient. Auntie, I was so mortified. She at much as told me my doughnuts were indigestible. Well, May, your doughnuts are selling like hot cakes. They're so light and crisp) Yes, and nobody will have any cause for regrets later. They're'made with Crisco, the quick- digesting fat. vl.W Vl A BIG HIT AT THE BAZAAR | BACON , In the Piece Pound g CHEESE ' i "Serve Cheese". 1'hiladi'lphiii Cre;im. 15c PUMPKIN Happy Vale or Van Camp No. 2\'i Can 10c SPINACH Ark Special No. 2 '/z Can 12c Church of Christ. The ladles Bibte class of the Church of Christ : will meet at the home oi'Mrs.-Ishmael Cope Thursday afternoon at 2:30. r, -•..«'•• . Ladles MjwiMury. Beciety. Thirly-nve"-'g^rnt)ers .of the la.- dies Slissioniry'lSociet'y ot the Firsi Myhodist chuVch .were present [01 . . . Real > Thro* t relief I Medicated .with' ingredient* of Vicki VapoRub BAD BREATH JUNJOP HIGH .STUNT . NIGHT TUESDAY, mG. 12lh [VEAL ROAST^ _ _ ls jioc ENRO AND MAN- HAHON SHIRTS Whites and patterns; newest blylffi in collars. Malcriuls that will stiind n lot of puntshnieni. $1.35 to $2.50 PAJAMAS Evsry new style in every \vaiUct; material. $1.35 to $7.50 SILK MUFFLERS Vintage of 1933 In color, in pi'.tcrn, in material. He'll l.ko a new one. $1 to $4 TIES DurablM silks in the new patten.s and colors. He needs them but won't buy .them Sir himself. $1 to $2.50 NEW MEAD CLOTHING CO. •^ He won't have to say "NO" if you cook with Crisco CR1SCO is a wholesome fat... it digests goickly Perhaps you've hesitated to serve your husband SCwherfyou «Twholesome Crisco -it's 3 ^ U ' C the sake of your digestion cook with digestible t iSSif sea CRISCO HEX:, u. s. E'AT. urr. digests At the Courier News Cooking School, Mrs. (Jcoryt Thuni used and recommended C1USCO, the motlern, (juitk- digesting shorlcning. HURRY! BIG FREE SHOW AND $750 Merchandise Auction — But You Cant Spend a Dime - Rite Theater Friday, December 22 Get Your Auction Bucks With Each 25c Purchase at These Stores Hubbard Furniture Co, Kirby Drug Stores National Brokerage Co. Hubbard Hardware Co. McMullins Cash Grocery Ben Franklin Store Thls grou|1 of s(orcb wil1 auction off to the highest Ijiilrti-r SJ50 of Tin; merchandise including Groceries, Turkeys, Live Pi^s, Guns.. Toys, Clothiiis, Candies, Toilet AcccsMrlrs and Other Valuable Items. XO JIOXEV' WILL BE ACCEI'TKD FOR ANY ARTICLE AUCTIONED OFF. Full lament must be mido with these Auclion Certificates. An Auction Certificate will IIP ei™ FUEE with c«ry We purchase at any ot l^rsc storci from December 1, 1033 to Dcccm' IT 2Z. 1D33. tlicrr- fore when you arc the highest bidder you really get the article FREE OF CHARGE. You may use as many of these Auclion Cerlidc.ites as ytiu or your friends may have accumulated during this SNWQOO Sale. You may jive these Certificates to any person you ilcsirc. This grr.it auclion of S750 worth of merchandise will be held at the IUTZ THEATRE, Friday, December 22nd, 1933, In connection with a FREE SHOW. 2 GRAND PRIZE AWARDS $200 Bedroom Suite - $35 Bicycle r'j >l

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