The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 19, 1933 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 19, 1933
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PACK rwo BLYTHBV1LLB. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, UECKMDEiR 19, 1933 WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Misses Martha Ann Lynch, Pally Shane and Mildred Lou Hubbard having dancing party al. coutry club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Bible Study, Church ot Christ, meeting with Mrs. liurlcy Freeman. Armorel P. T A., 2 p.m. •Mm:s. Chester Caldivrll, W. J. Wmiderlich, John Meyers and Mall Monagban jr., entertaining Fidelis Sunday school class, First Baptist church, at home of Mrs. Monsghan, 7;30 p.m. •Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech entertaining with d.incp al country club fQr Miss 1'cgEy McKcel. "Yarbro woman's missionary society meeting wilh Mrs. Starling Buuc!;. SATURDAY'S EVENTS " Christmas tree and program First Mcffodist church, 1 p.m. liolijay Affairs 1'huiucd. * Festive' preparations are bains made for a number of social nf- fairs during Ihe Yuletlde sensoi which will interest eirls and boys home from school as well as those who live here and their guesls. The two largest, functions will bo the Christinas and New Year dances at the new country club. The orchestra which played for Ihe last- danc? will furnish music for the Christinas dance Monday evening to begin at 9 o'clock. Definite ]>lans have not toen announced for the New Year dance which Is to lie on the following Monday evening. * About 80 boys and., girls have been Invited to. a dancing party at fjie country -club Wednesday evening when Misses Patty Shane, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane, Martha Ann Lynch, daugh- ter-ol Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. And Mildred Lou Hubbard, daiiRb- ler of Mr. ami Mrs. O. O. Hubbard, will • b? hostesses. On Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech will have a dancing parly for their cousin, ijlli Peggy McKcel, who has arrived from Liiidenwoort college, si Charles, Mo. Students home from Schools will be especially complimented at this'affair also Eo be given } at the club house. I5o parties have ' yet been a.n- nounced for the week of Chrlslms but" several small gatherings art being planned before the danc Monday evening and at least on dinner parly and a luncheon "ar hi the making-'for that week.. • •'••: .-• • • .... v.,.; >*:•- Whallcy-Colcnian. Mis; Julia Coleman and Houstti! Whatlcy, south of the oil. on' Route 2, were united in mar riage Sa'tnrda'y afternoon ' by th Rev. W. V. Womack. pastor of til First Methcdisl church, who per formed the" ceremony al his home * * * Pillow-Wright. The marriage of Miss Rut Wright and R. J. Pillow, who li\ south of Ihe cily" on Route V. oc curred Saturday'afternoon iirimc dlatcly • following the marr Miss Julia Coleman to Houslo Whatlcy.'• The' Rev. W. V. Wop ack, pastor of tlie First Method church, read the service nt h home. Announcement lias been i (jf Ihe marriage of Miss Dal Ross and Boyt-Miminick, both ol Lcachville. The Rev. W. J. LeRoy, pasior of the L.ii;e Street Metlio. c-ist clmrch, .prrrt'rmcd (he ceremony December ;". Cooksey-ALtup. .Miss Ila Penrb Alsup and Paul Croksey, botli of this city, \verc united in marrieje by the Rev. S. il. Watson. » • • Goforth-MrKlworlh. Announcement has been made of the marrlagD of Miss' Velum Mc- tlworth and J W. Gniorth, o! niylhcvtlie, -.vliicli wns solcmnizeo December 4. Tiio sen-Ice react by the Rev. S. M. Watson. I.ulrcll-rankcy. Tiic manias'! of Miss Elsie Pankcy, of this city. ACL C. O Lfttrcll, of Bnw:i<vilie, Tcnn., was £fi!emnia;d here with the Rev. S M. Watson officicting. * • • Bclvcn-Craif. Miss Irene dai? and Itnrry liclvcn. bolh of Manila, were unilccl in marriage !hf re • by Justice C. H. Garner. * * » Qrorlcs-Slrcuil. Miss Muriie Stroud rmri Lafav. ettc Quaries. bot'i of Burdcttc. were united in by the Rev. W. J. LeRoy, p-tor of Ihe Lake ' Slrect Methodist church. * » • Circle Has a. . Christmas Tarty. Mrs. B. A. Bugg was hostess to the Business Women's circle of the woman's auxiliary of [he First I Presbyterian church last evening or a Christinas parly at her home m Chickasnwba avenue. A prettily trimmed tree and oth- r Yulclldc decorations brightened he house. Tlie 19 present had u :unl \vhlch liad Individual jars of marmalade, ]»pcorn balls fruit cakes it; alcng the vay. 'llic hunt ended at the tree vherc i;Ifts were dislribntcd, each laving previously drawn a name. Mrs J. Neal Ci-.'sell told t h c ihrislmas story. Refreshments of chicken sandwiches, fruit cake, candli-3, nuts and coJfee were served. will sp?nd Chrtelir.ns with his txir- M. Smigjrs arc attending to business In Cairo, ill., today. J~-uifrc School I'roeram . The l-anise school pupils had this, royriim r'lidny for Christina song "Silent Night." nil; nible: in , r ((J lavd :IK- .sp< ii'lini; loduy In Memphis, cuts, Mr. and Mrs. Oscai- Alex The rr.iidiUiiu <i! E. K. Mason,lander. v.'l.o Ls :i-iiir.i.ily ill :il the Mnn- li. H. Slout, B. O. West and W- i:liis li:i]il!M Inisi'ilal, u, inipiovcil -- - loilay. but In- :s not nlluwcd lo him 1 uny i-oinpiiiy. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. l^erch iincl f'.Ks l'<;;ty M'.'Kei'l inotoivd to Memphis today. Mr. nn:l Mrs. C. J. Cox .s]>ent the weekend m Memphis with their duiighd-i. Miss (ieneva .Sliiilings, who relmmd home with them lo spend tl:>' holidays afler Imviny been jjra-.liuU'd from Moler's Ijeauty school. Mr. ar.rt Mis. Eunan Lulix-11 have SteeJe-Cooter ' Society — Personal Scutt-Lipetconib. Announcement lo ll:i.-,low. Okl.i., for a visit "Siwltli Mr.-,, [.mrcll's slstcr t Mrs. Wil- 'J'jbur Slcttiiil, and family', before BO- slorles, Phillips Bishop nnd Belly | Jo Hargfll; "Chrislums in Olhei 1 ' wlll ,,. c thcy will mate Lands" Wallace Norman, Curlee Shelton. U. C. Hawkins, Willie Beit lilcliols nnd Elmer Rose Smith; dance, Naomi Alexander; Acrostic, third grade pupils; Christinas poems, James Mc- Miillen. Jiimi'S Barnes and lw- BLT.C Jolnwon; ChrLrlmas Piny, rccond grade pupils; SOUK -'Up On the House Tops" third grade pupils: play "The Christmas Pledge" Dent Brown, Vivian Vickeis, Maii Nuuii. Ralph Waslumi, Pearl- ne Eilis and chorus. nn Bornn. Mr. tincl Mrs. W. B. Wallace an- iimce the birth of a SDH Monday Ihe lllythcvllle hospital. The ba has been named William Bcr- ird. Before her mnrriage Mrs. 'allacc was Miss Katlilccn lUden- ii 1 , of Armorel. Bits oj Nt Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Sliane iim auglilcr. Miss Pally, are In Mem his today. ' Mrs. A. M. hull, Mrs, Kirns •oith Black uiKi Mrs. W. J. Pol helr Mr. nnd Mr:. Ilulx-rt Pinklcy, ol V'ardt-ll, Mo.. v:cre KUC.SI.S of Mr. i,(! Mr*. J. !' Hnklcy auiulay. MKs I'n in mry. Miss. Uslppl K'.alr Trailers college, has rrivcd lo Mit'iul the liollduy.s wilh :er blsli'is. Mr*. F. L. Husband, it. Ihe Dlylhn'lle liospital. and .Irs. Cluiii'S Su-alu, of Manila. IS. !•'. Clay jr., iiinbiu Military YD:;HI; of llaltlcs- i E'jphomoi'e at Mls- who attends co- Academy al co- niade over umbia, Tcnn.. has arrived home o sui'iul the holidays. Friends of Mrs. Maggie Graves vlll rcgn-t thai she Is quite 111 at :icr home, 700 West Asli slreet. Mrs. Ed Ifnnlin and son, Ed III. of Greenville, Miss., arrived today to spend the holidays with Mrs. Ed Hanlin. Thcy will be joined Saturday by Mr. Hardln. Mrs. E;:BI-.I- fiorum mill riiuighter, Miss Mary, are in Memphis today. Miss Emma Sue Stewart Is sjKiid- ny several days in Osccola witti her slste:-, Mrs. Walter Cox jr. and family. Miss Nell MouMcr is ill al Ihe home ol Mrs. I. B. Stewart on Ww* Ash stieet. R. L. Claincs has returned (rom Cyersburg. Tcnn , where he visited Mrs. Cuilncs wiio is al Ihe bctlsklc of her mother who Is critically HI. Claude Alexander, a member Ql Ihe CCC fainp at Warren, Ark., he week end of Hie marriage o( Miss Chui'lciic Llpsuomb to Elwood Scoll. 'IMC ceroiuony was perform cd al Blylhevllle Monday, Deccm Uer II. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Llpscomb, was a nemlrer of the 1032 Steele hiah uiiool graduating clnss. Mr. Scott s the son of Mr. and Mrs.• Andrew Scott of Blyl-hcvlllc and Is employed al the Flsk filling station ncnr tlie stale line. Tlicy will probably make llieir home In Blytlieviiie. Ovrrlurf-ilall. Announcements are being received of tlie wedding at Jackson. Tenn., December 1, of Miss Emma Sue Hall of Lexington, Tenn., and E/ D. Overlurf of Braggadocio. The bride is well known' here where slie has frequently visited Mr. Overturf lived here until recently w.hen his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Overturf, moved to Braggadocio. * « llinchey-Jcnntngs. Miss Augusta Jennings and Mr J. W. Hinchcy were married at Ca rulhersvllle Saturday morning. Mrs Hinchcy is the daughter of Mr. am Mrs. lee .Jennings' of Mjcola'am a member ol the 1033 Sire heir 'home with Mr. and Mrs. John HoMmim. • • « Mrs. Maude Barkervitz, who is visiting relatives hi this county for two weeks, will sail from Seattle January 0 for Harbin, Manchuria, to Join her husband, who is engaged In laboratory jcsearch work' l]ierc. until five years ago Mrs. BanlcorvKu lived In Cooler with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Jordan. 3*ic is well known here and a number of social activities arc planned In her honor before she leaves. Mrs. Frances Hogancomb of Chicago Ls here with her and will accompany her as far as Seattle. • • « Mrs. p.. \V- McCann was hostess to the Young Matron's club and a able of guests at a bunco party ''ucsdiiy eVcnlng at her new home 1 Cooler. NJrs. Hugh Mlchie ]r. '.eld high score and Miss Nellie jimmons low score among club members. Miss Ruby Barker rc- clvcd the high guest prljK and Mrs. Clay Rushing the low guest Icr J»st week at bunco. Mrs. Les- lp held hlgli score, Mrs. Dewart ijmllh Jo* score, and Miss Jose* phine Holly w«e nwardcd the bunco prize. Nelson o»aey of Memphis was 1 ere last wee k visiting his parents, Mr. apd Mrs. E. Casey. Hoy'Harper and Newbcrry John- sou will take the Shriner's degree nt Ot » , - iV-l_ _. '1 Mrs. 1 c. E. Miller was confined to her bed Monday. Mrs. Ruth Lawlion and Mrs Sims MJchic spent Thursday In Memphis wilh Mr. Mlchie. who underwent a ifnajoi-' operation at Baptist hospital.' 1 He is Improving. Mrs. w. H. Howcll underwent ai operation at the Blythevllle hos \>\\Al' 'Friday.; high school graduating class. Mr Hinchcy has been living In Mem phis but he and his bride will mat Wiikh! Don't He Flim-Flummcd en 1'ricc iind Weight I LIBERTY CASH GROCERS :il-l W1CST MAIN ST. ' [Specials for Wednesday - Thursday >rize. Mrs. .Tom Hopper won the (unco prize. At the next meeting 'f Din club Mrs. Tom Hopper is to "iilcrtaln wilh a Christmas party. Mrs. Alma Copclaud and Miss June Cricc thopped in Memphis Saturday. Virgil Spencer left Friday morn- ng for bis home at Savannah, Tcnn., after an extended visit with relatives here. The Goodfcliows club and the Steele Women's club v,tll hojd"» dance in the Armory Thursday night. The admission' fee 1s to 'be a toy, a sack of .groceries, and clothing for distribution among Uv poor o[ the community at Christmas. Thursday afternoon there will be f. special show for chil dren at the Stecle theater. Tlv admission fee will be a toy and tlie.w also will be distributed a Christmas lime. Miss Helen Taylor untcrtaincd he Mid-Week club and Mrs. Lewis Les Wilson Society — Personal ~ === Mrs. j. H. Crajn and Mrs Clmrlcs Lane, cnterlalned 23 gueil t bridge Saturday night at th omiiiuiilty cHibhouse. Mrs. H. Davidson and J. K. Culluni recely :d prizes. Miss Mary Symonds prc-sente.:! he choirs of the Methodist and 3aptlst churches in a cantata, "The Christmas Glory." at the 3aptlst church Sunday night. The lev. John Caughtey repeated the )rophecy from Isaiah and passages from the New Testament, were ready by the Rev. H. M. Lewis KS in : introduction • to the second part of • the ; cantata. Solo parts were taken'-by.Miss Symonds, Miss Jeanetta' Phillips, and S. A. Wln- fo'rd. Mrs. H. M.,Lewis and Mis. Arthur Hudson will entertain the World's Prlepd 'club with a Christmas tree-and. party at Ihe Mcth- nt, Miss., arrived Saturday to p*nd the holidays with Mr. Sulivan and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sullivan. Charles Beall, student at the Jnievrsjty of Arkansas, arrived Sunday to spend the holidays with its parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bcall. Miss Margery Hill, who atlends Central college, Conway, arrived Saturday to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs O. M. Hill. J. C. Perkins is confined to lib home with an atlack of mumps. Eugene Maxwell, who attends T M. I. at Tupelo, Miss., Is here foi the holidays with his mother, Mrs Ann Maxwell. Miss Alice George spent tin week end in Blythevillc as tin guest of Miss Sclma Saliba. Charles Coleman, Little Rock at lorncy. spent Sunday with friend here. - Mrs. Walter Card spent Friday and Saturday in Blylhevillc as lh guest of Mr. and Mrs. Riley B Jones. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Fcrguso: vlsilcd in Blylhevillc Monday. Flat Lake News odlat noon. Miss Margery' Williams parsonage Thursday aftcr- cntcr- Charles Ahbolt, well know farmer, is moving six families froi Flat Lake to Caraway wliere h Will farm over a thousand acre New houses have been creeled fo all of Ihese families. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hilbui FINAL Reduction tamed Informally at her home at Driver following- the football banquet Saturday night for the football boys, ajrid. their dales. C. N. Beasley of Halls. Temi., is the guest of. - S.''C. Brandon, and family.' Mrs. John Sullivan and small daughter, Virginia Lee,-.of Connor- I HIS ,'t-Oz. 1'at'kiigc I'M h. Ic ORANGES Large Juity Florida ISc ^ n:isc & Saniwrn, Canuva, M. House, Sunny Hruok. I.b. , l.uin nr Porter House Mighty Fine. I'uund ISc BUTTER American Maid 1'ounrl 20c EGGS Du/.en 19c CHEESE I'hiladclphia Cream 15c Slriclly I-'resh. "TJL/* '/. or whole. l,li..« 2V ICO'CGANUTS Large and l-'rish Kacli 1 BACON Fancv. Sliced I'ounti 12ic Be a friend to your stomach Cook with CRISCO .., it digests quickly "_*'*.',;' If you kids don't stop making that noise, you go to bed I I'ouml lOc CREAM MEAL 10-1,1). S:irk 19c Daddy, they didn't mean •to be noisy 1 ,. Don't.deny yourself the flaky pjes and fluffy biscuits and crispy"fried'foods that you can make \yit|i Crisco.'You'll run no risk of over!oa4Jng your digestion. Crisco is a wholesome fat—if digtsti quickly! So do avoid peajy'fried foods and heavy pie-crust..Enjoy delicious, wholesome Crisco pies. Eat all you want of Crisco fried fords that are "dry fried"— never soggy. Crisco foods digest quickly —don't overtax the stomach! • And there is no'substitute- for - Crisco; because Crisco is made by Crisco's own secret process—it will keep sweet,' fluffy, and wholesome for weeks-and •months. - That's why you nover need to keep Crisen in the refrigerator. Leave that.handy 3-lb. Crisco can out in your kitclien'sb you can use it every time you-need'a-shortening or frying fat! ' : " ' Sold in sealeJ.cans—t9;pr<i!|t!.jsur-lmltli MIXED, NUTS New I'iiiiiul 15c SUGAR I'nru Cane II) 1'iinr.ils 45c PURELARD' i\i monr's Star. No Mmil I'onr.d 6ic YARD EGGS All While. Oo/cn 25c SPINACH ,., r] c I GREENS '1'S 2 C HEMS Full Drcssotl. Nice and Fill I'oimi! 15c FRUITCAKES Nice Ones Karh 25c APPLES Delicious. SS Si'.e F:ich 3c HUSKY THROATS • Overtaxed by . spcakin^sing- . ing, smoking HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) iur. cd Trithoul the knife. Vari- jcgewd ' velr-' removed non- PORK SAUSAGE 100', ; I'ltrc I'uunfl 'ic Al'i; 1-itUlTHeavy^Cl Nice Size. Ka. 4 ] tri D SJELLQ Or Royal Grace, I don't know what's come over Henry. He's always cross afler dinner. I wish I knew what is disagreeing wilh him— Well, do try Crisco. It makes such a difference wilh fried foods and pies to use a wholesome vegetable fat. BRS. XIES and NIES Office 611 'Main ! Phone 98 Pop's going lo make us an airplane. MACAROON PIE »cup,» s .r 1 Ub!«poon conntwcb- 2 cups milk M dozen Tnactrooiu •'ifL'"*"' co "" u " 1 ' •"•' •?" toj«lr«r.;Stlr In fiTitty roifcd m»cir<y>n«. 1>.cn pul io biktd CtiiM pc-shtll «nd t>t\t in > nudintt bvtn ll!l 6rm. Cover wilh racrispie C3 ct8>hitC3 bc.tcn |IH »ith6Ublcjpooi\!iu|ir).Sc4ltcflicunl>{i ' »lmondj ovc> top of p!e. Replace fa ib»- oven (350*F.) tai triat to « (oUcn bro»n. BifeiiiKe CnKO Pj<lr f : Kit 1)$ cups flour »nd}i tcupoon Hit. Cut Id ^ cup Criico (tfio »-bde»ra» vctct>b!« f«t). Th« ilowly titH to SttMcsooonj cold »iter— UM only «|MtVtb bind miituit. Roll outonli|hll>'flo-jicdbo«rd:ruj)u}ri votytiihlly on in«rtH pie-plilt. Prick pulry til over— tha . pteveals witpiaj >nj bu (150'F.) tor 12 to IS CRISCO lo'bjt ov»a Al (he Courier News Cooking School, Mrs. George Thurn used anrl recommended CRISCO, the modern, quick- digcslmg shortening. Give Practical Gifts You can save money liy giving her a coal (luring this sale. We have prices greatly reduced below what they will be next season. A BEAUTIFUL COLLECTION 0 F ' DRESSES AND HATS FOR STREET. AFTERNOON AND EVENING WEAR Bought especially holidays. for t h e id family arc moving In th. ome formerly occupied by Mr id Mrs. Dean on the Number ine road. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Frerch nd family will move frail Dr. M Usrey's faun to Mr. Warren's arm in tills community for ilu; tuning year. Most of the cotlon hns been icked and most of the cum aihercd and many of (lie people re cutting stalks and plowing in 'reparation for next year's crop. Mr, and Mrs. Dick Johnson and ainily have moved lo Caraway. O •!/» Tuesday - Weds. Mat. 2:30, !0-25c Night fi:.l5— l(k - Me A MAN of. the present — •~ looking Backward A GIRL. of the past- looking Forward A LOVE STORY that spans lime lo live through eternity. $5.95 lo 812.75 Other Dresses Almost HALF-PRICE • j\cw Spring Hals 81.98 §2.69 $2.95 Any Felt Hat 69c - $1.00 SHOES \Vh-il wnu'J he apprcciatcr! mere than - - Vitalily Health Shoes? filack, lir^wn, Blue nnd Kel Grey Si|)C.> 3 lo 10, AAAA lo C. SG.OO linis Reduced lo ?5.00 Other Lints ol 55.00 Shoes S4.00 GIFTS Bath Robes Dance Sets Goims and Pajamas NcRlijccs Handkerchiefs I'urscs Salin Bodroom Sliprfrs KW -nil Fabric Cloves Silk Scarfs Kcauliful Slircr Silk Hosicry 83c JI.OJ S1.5D \\K 1'ACK AM. OUTS i'ltl'.li ECONOMY SHOP Ingram BIjiKcvjIIe LESLIE HOWARD HEATHER ANGEL Valerie Taylor n.. ' Irene Browne Beryl Mercer ROXY Tues.-Wed.-Thurs. MAT. & NITK—)0c - 25c f o u r arm frolic of fin ions fun. America's favorite comedian in his i>rca(p'st enlcrlain- mcnt! The PCI feel Fool i:; THE, •CHARI.KS "CHK-'SALi ilOUOrilY MACKAII.l. WILLIAM liOYl) KKFI1-: KLLSLKK T)irccUrt by CHAKl.i:s I. UIKSXKIl Fox News—Comedy

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