The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 22, 1933 · Page 2
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*A<a giro FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1933 LIBERTY CASH GROCER •JC .Social Calendar ;;' BATOHDAyB EVENTS Ichrfslmas Iree and program at Hist Methodist church, 1 p.m. 'Luncheon at Woman's club for otficc employes of tlie Federal Bnergency Belief in Mississippi county. ;;• SUNDAY'S. EVENTS .Christmas 'niusical, 11 a. in.', FJrst Baplist jpliuich. • * • r • • — Olktn To Be . totalled • Officers ot the local Masonic and Eastern.Star chapters will be.ln- sf&lled in a joint meeting Wed- needao evening at tl'.c hall, ijirs. M. Fitzslmmons will head the Eastern Star chapter for 193-1 and R. E. Blaylock is worshipful rfiasler of the Hansons ncxl year. (ifflcers ol the Eastern star are: Mrs. Filzsimnions, worthy matron; W; W. Holllpeter, worthy patron; iSis. J. W. Adams sr., associate matron; E. F. Blomcycr, associate I>!jtron;_Mrs. Charles Altord, secretory; Mrs. 5- Pi Martin, treasurer; Jfiss . Elizabeth.. HnlsAcad, conduc- Wcss; Miss Willie Marshall, associate conduetorass; Mrs. Emma Sniney, chaplain; Mrs. R. A. Copc- i knd, marshal!; Mrs. E. F. Blomcy- *rj pianist; Ada, Mrs. Hill; Uuth, Mrs. W. A. 'stlckmcn; Esther, Mrs. fc M.. Burnetle; Martha, Mrs. \V. W. Holllpeter; Electro, Mis. Joe jjjaacs; Miss Cora If a ColcnfJii, warder;, Louis Isaacs', sentinel. ><«' » • • Baring Family Reunion. iiSlie family of Mrs. Mlttle Allison fffhaving.a.reunion during the holt- days. Of' the nine sons and daugh- tfes there are seven, and members § their families, ivlw have arrived re from Baltimore, Md., and jmphls to Join those residing in jglythcvlUc, jkJLast evening Mr. and Mrs. Olau 4}lison'and'Mrs. Millie Allison hnd the luesls for dinner at the home j>C Mr. and Mrs. Olan Alllnson. lyrhere will be a.family dinner at fir. and Mrs.- Allison's Sunday and sii .Christmas Day the guesls will *'at the home o( the mother, jCiass Entertained. 7 "The. revealing of "pals'' In a jgame played by the members and i&ie exchanging o( gifts featured ihe Christmas party of the Fidelis 'Sunday..school class of Ihc First jBaptisl church last evening at the ijomc of Mrs. Mnlt Monaghan jr., ^hcn Mines. Mouaghan, Chester XjaMweli; W. J. Wundcrlich and JJjhn Meyer were nosteses. includ- *fl in the 25 present was Mrs. M. JO. Outlaw,, a-finesfi::'^*'.-...••:....•...• pA prettily 'trimmed tree and .other Yulellde decorations macie a "festive atniospherc' for the parly }»ilh Christmas cake and coflcc aerv-ed. J Marjorie Warren and lltllc Bar-.bara Monaghan gave reading. .Bnlfrtains Kindergarten. ....Miss Nell Williams had a parly (Thursday aflcrnoon for the litlle . girls arid boys who at',-ind her kiu- Jdergarten. short time before returning to Dy- burg, Tcnn., where Mrs. Calnes' motlwr is critically 111. They hnd been U'.erc several weeks. Bancroft Terry, who Is now In Warrensburg, lv>)., will arrive Sunday to spend Christmas with Mrs. Terry and her lather, J. 11. lloney. Mr. and Mrs. Park Hatchett plan to go to Memphis Sunday for a few days. Mr. ant! Mrs. UwlpJU 11. Biack- wood and davghler, Miss Virginia, and son, DwfeliL' Jr.. of little Rock. will arrive lomorrott- lo Bi>end ir.v holidays wllh Mr. and Mrs. Clarence II. Wilson, and Mr. ami Mrs. W. n. Jones. J. N'ick Thomas Jr., of Memphis. arrived today to spend Christmas with his parents. Mrs. Eunice Young will go to Ncwbcrn, Tctm., Sunday [or Christ- inns. Mrs. C. H. Bean and daughter Miss Jane, and Mr. and Mrs. V. C Mullln will SJICJKI Christmas li Black Rock and Imlxxicn, Ark Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Holland and daughters, Misses Frances and Vivian, IcH this, morning for Hoi Springs tt-hcre they will visit will- Mrs. Howard Caldwelt and faiiiilj during the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Ncill Heed and children left Wednesday for Hcljcr Springs and Little Hock to upend tlic Christmas holidays with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ham Manatt and two sons will leave today lor Iowa City, la., for a week'n visit with Mr. Mntmlt's parents, Mr. und Mrs. R. F. Manatl-. ire vlsiling UK lonner's parents, . iiiul Mrs. John Harmon, at Sardls, Mi.'.s. Mr. ami Mrs. W. F. Wilson and .ens, WuldT, Jr., and Robert, will f Ihe gtiesls oj Dr. and Mrs. r i;iiik McGaht'y t\ Ciilhoiin Cily, Vis... for Christmas. Mi. and Mrs Hudson Wrctin will leave today lor a visit, wllli the orim'i'.s i>:ir;nt«. Mr.' and Mrs. S. 8. Wrciin, ill I'lx'scolt. After lliey will t'O to Dallas. Tex., to spend the remainder of the holidays with Mrs. Wrenn's Mrs. .1. W. Illggs. Stede-Cooter Society — Personal Wilson Society — Personal Mrs lien Tucker and daughter of Ciua, Ark., are visiting relatives at Cooler for Ihe holidays. Mrs. Tom Hopper was hosles? to her bunco club with a Christmas party at her home at Cooler Tuesday rvvnltiK. Mrs. Dick Mich le won the high score prize am Mrs. Clay Rushing the low scon it bunco prl/j?s. Gifts for those esenl were distributed from irislmas tree. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. R. Beckhan oppccl in Memphis Wednesday. Mrs. K. J. Bowdcn of Arkadcl- ilii. Ark., spent, Tuesday night re as guests of Mrs. E. W. Mcann. Miss Sue Nrll of Memphis Li siting relatives In Cooler. Gcraldine Davis, daughter of T. and Mrs. J. Q. Davis, Is very ck. Mrs. C. O. Wl',!;r.mson was elected president o( the Woman's Missionary society of the Methodist chinch hi a mceling at the home •}f Mrs. E A. Dcgenold Tuesday alter noon. Othe: new otllcers are: Vice-president, Mrs. H. C. Davidson; corresponding siit-i-clnry am! treasurer, Mrs. E A. Regenold; lecoriluiK sccrc'iry. Mrs. Carl Bird The suiwrlnteiidents arc: Children's v.ork, Mrs. Arthur Hudson; missions and Blbli clmly, Mrs. K. P Cullmn; Uli'iii'.uie nnd publicity Mrs. Waller Card; Christian soela relations, Mrs. J. A. Merrill; world outlook, Mrs. Eva Kerling; supplies,'Mrs. Olay Hudson; local work Mrs. Herbi'.-t.. Sullivan. eucs Mfjstly Personal ••V.Miss Jamie Nichols has gone to «ashvillc. Tenn., to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. R. U. Rey- iSblds and V. P. Tiggure. "•:Jimmie Lee Brooks, who attends tlie state - university, Kayctteville, Sas arrived home to spend the inid- .wlnler vacalion wllh his parents. Sir. and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks. iJMr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson and 6pn, Billy, went to somervillc, Tcn- Hessec, and -»1U return Monday al- jjemoon. i; Miss Jennie Marie Crowrter, ol Memphis, is spending the holiday glth relatives 'here. '..Dr. W. A. Grimmclt, who lias been quile 111, is now belter. ',JMr. and Mrs. John W. Meyer will BO-to St.'Louis lor Christmas with relatives. "Mr. and Mrs. Spurgcon S. Patterson and ciaughler, Vivian, will arrive Saturday tor the holidays. They have been in Florlda-fer several weeks and are coming by tf.e way of' Birmingham, Ala., where they make their headquarlers. ';Mr. and-Mrs. Robert Kilvington ?nd daughter, Evelyn Jane, of Memphis, will spend the i-.o'.'.days With Mrs. Kilvington's parents, Mr. aild Mrs.,Z. A.. McCulslon. •' Miss Imogcne Morgan has arrived Some from Bethany-Pcmel college 4V Belhany, Okla., to spend Christinas with relatives. J Mr. .and Mrs. R; : L. Sherrick and son, Billy, and Mr. Shcrrick's s!s- t*r| Miss Juno sherriek. of Koan- oie, Va'l and Miss Marguerite Wilson, who has been in Grecnsburg. £a., have arrived here. Mr. and Mrs. Sherrick and son will spend the holidays with Mrs. Sherrlck's par- e'nts, Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Wilson. Miss Sl-.errlck will go to Kelser and ^la then go to Illinois where she vjlll make her home. Miss Wilson. ww has been living In Greensburg for several years, has returned here t». reside. :Mr. and Mrs. George Muir and children will go to Litlle Rock Sun- diy, to-spenij Christmas wilh Mrs. Mulr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Underwood. •Dr. »nd Mrs. Hunter C. Sims and son have gene to LaGrangc and Moscow, Ttinn., for Christmas. 'Crawford NoWc, of Janesboro, attended to' b'.ishteK liere y«lerday. Hrt. K L'. dairies gnaHirodaugh- yest*rd»y [or • T. ,1J. KlrecliT was elcclecl worshipful. masUv oi Curson Ijiki Lodge No. (J58, F. nnd A. M., a a meeting Tuesday night. Other cjdieers are: Senior warden, Ar lluir Hudson; junior warden, Tun Wilson; treasurer. J. D. Me Kemle; -secretary. W. M. Wallace tyler, Tom Olhry. * » • A pageant, "lV.j Bii-th of Christ, will uc given nl the Mcllvodis cliurcli Sunday r.ight, 1:30, undc Ihc cilrection ol Mrs. H. M. LcwL< p Tlic following wli. lake pail: Mnr> j Miss Fannie Denhani; Josepl George Clny Hi'dson; shepherd. G. H. Frazicr. O. M. Claud, D N. Morris. R. E. Woodslrtc, II. B Goldman; wise men. H. C. Davlil ton. J. C. Perkins. E. E. Colcmai herald angel. Miss Wnltei DC Ringer. Miss Carolyn Cullum an Howurd Frayicr give scripture recHins.s. Messrs. Win ford, Hudson nr.tl Frnzier will sint "We Three Kings". Mrs. J. 1 Crain Is in t-liargc ol the mus and .Mrs. H. G. Frnzier and Mi Cltij- Hudson o'. Hie costumes. « * » Eisner J3call, senior at the U: iversity of Arkansas, today lo spend the holidays \iil 1'is parents, .Mr and Mrs W ' Eeall. Mr. and Mr.-,, s. C. Brando Jr.. left yes'.crd.iy to six-nd il l -s p;i Hornersville Society-Personal Savnl Woman UTCIIFIELL), Conn. (UP)—Cor- ered l>y an enraged buck wjille ing In the woods near here reentry. Mrs. John C. Barnnrd •as saved from injury when her wo clops worried the animal unlil liu could Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Watson'wen 1 o Memphis Tuesday. Mrs. Wai son underwent an examlnitlou ai he Mcthodlsl hospllal. Mr. and Mrs. Gco. 8. Brown vis led Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs. S E. Juden, and Mr. Juden at Car iithcrsvlllc Sunday. Miss Kathryn Anderson »nd J Q. Edmonton, students at Centra college. Fayette, are here tq epen the holidays with relative*. , Mr. and Mrs. Clyde R. Welma and little son arrived Wedaeeda from St. Louis to spend the noli days with Mrs. Welmah's mothc Mrs. H. E, Anderson. Mr. and Mr«. D. A. Rujfin an daughters Sue and Florence drov to Memphis Thumday to meet Mis Dorothy Langdon. who attem Webb school at Bell Buckle, Ten Lloyd Gaines, student, a't'Centr college, Fayette. fs here to sper the holidays with his parents, Re und Mrs. C. N. Oalnes. Mr. and Mrs. John 3ulliv»n ai Mr. nnd Mrs. Nelson Lingo h»' relumed to their homes in Indiai after spending 10 days 'wtth rein lives here. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Egbert ai son Russell of St. Louis are here for a visit with Mrs. Egbert's sister. Mrs. T. A. Ray. Mrs. B. p. Parks, Mrs. Milford Sanders, Mrs. Wi R. Ruffln and Mrs. D. A. Ruffin shopped In Bly- thevllle Monday. A CWA project lins been organized ujider which a group of women, directed by Mrs. W. R. acw- Folks^ur store is filled to overflowing with good'food. Our Christmas gift to ^ you is an inexpensive Christmas Feast. pk | ^member we will be closed Monday, Christmas Day, so buy enough to last yon Saturday, Sunday and Monday. These prices good Saturday only. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. e wish you a !jf T[IRKEYS s ' r '"a.g,i.y,r22ic 14c Strictly Fresh. Real Fat Full Dressed. Pound DUCKS Full Dressed. Small and Fat Pound 15c HENS Strictly Fresh. Full Dressed. (Milk Fed). Pound Mother's 2-Lb. Box 17c American Maid 2-Lb. Limit. Pound 15c CELERY Large Crisp Stalks Bach 7c Chast- & Sunliorn or Sunny 15,-ook. I'nuncl 24c ORANGES Florida. Liiry;c Size 8 Pound I{HK 25c 1 APPLES Yorks, Winesaps, Ark. Blacks (Nu Scrubs). Pound 5c ai sn CRAPE FRUIT Heavy. Ni-jo Kwh 3c STEAKS K ' a No. 1 Heef. Hound or Loin. Pound CRANBERRIES i'otind 9c ell, township chairman, are working on garments for the needy. A sewing room has been fitted up in the city hall for the purpose. Goldfish first were brought to,the United States about 1818. , § PEANUT BUTTEB Last Minute GIFT IDEAS KAYSER • - Silk"'--••'-• Underwear Silk Hose Gloves holidays with M"IE. Brandoi: ei.ts, Mr. and M:s W. G. Mccii !(•>-. at Shenivid, Ala. Rev. and Mrs. H. M. I*ms have as tiieir guests for the ho days Mrs. Le-.vi.--' parents. H, and Mrs. W. T. Martin and Ihc tons. W. T.. Jr, and Tell, of Co v.ay. Miss ltm>; Martin, of Cm. sell. Ark.. Mr. and Mrs. Pcbv r.nri daughter. U'.ith Etaluc. of Little Hock, and Mr and Mrs. Martin Kctmt of :.::hiaukcc, \V's Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Ferguson .-.nd daughter, Getty, le!t today to! spend Iho holiciys with Mrs. Fer- ! Suson's mother. Mrs. Ida May Mos- iey. at- New Edinburg, Ark. ML« Rachel Berry -.nil accompany them as far as Wairei; where she will ilfil her piror.ts. Mr. and Mrs W. N. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Douglas, daiighic-n;. -\ K Misses Amelia. Fay, Bobbie Ix>u nnd Eugenia, and ;on. Wayne, v/il'. spend Christmas with Mrs. ]>oii;:os' parents, Mr. ar.d Mrs. William Bunch, at Marianna. Mr. and Ntis. Elmore Harmon Freshens the mouth ..Soothes the throat IIEHOUKIIOIDS (Piles) cur. cd »nlUonl (he knife. Vari- cosed voir. removed non- sorElcally. PRS. NIES anrt NIES Oflkc 5U Main Phone 98 INegligees Gowns Jlobes HOUSE SLIPPERS For Women and Children Cinderella Frocks 1'iinlcd Batistes Hroadcloth—Organdies Wnnlcns Charming styhs for the miss of 2 to Hi . . . Hang one or two on "her" free. Silk Frocks Daintily sfyk-d Silk Frocks for street or parly wear, fashioned O f faille Taffetas, Wash Crt'nes :md Silk Crepes. Sizes 2 to 16 Kewly Arrived Styles in Marcy Lw Wash Frocks Gifts for Men & Boys House Slippers Dress Shirts Lounging Robes Shoes Uiuloi'wear Jack Applebaum Loose. Guaranteed Dozen 17c ! RAISINS Plum Pudding 15-Oz. Box 7c Turkey. Pitted or Unpilted 10-Oz. Packatre 14c MARSHMALLOWS 4-Oz. Box Bach 4c Pint Quart 12c 22c FLOUR M. Jane Bbl. $6.60 F! 85c LARD 50-Lb. Can $3.45 ';&*65c ^ i m HAMS Baked Beauties. (Ready to Eat). Pound 20c i COFFEE ''" in T ~ n ( °,u:;r- v isc CURRANTS Little Cook 10-Oz. .Package- 12*c EXTRACT Sauers, Pare. 15c Size lOc; All Flavors' 25c'Size 19c PORK HA1WS I Vlili HUllTlQ From Cogniiy Ho « s 8 - 10 lb Av. L\ t . JELLO Or Royal Gelatine Packate 5c Ballard's Obelisk. 2 Lbs. Free with 24 Lbs 6 Lhs. 35c: 12 Lbs. 65c: 2\ Lbs. $1.19 Canova, Maxwell House or Four Leaf-(Dated). Lb. fflPQLITE Marshmallow Crenu- - •.-•'• Pint Jar 22c ' Seeded or Seedless -IS-Oz.'Packajfe •' WESSON OIL Bring Bottln Pint 15c MINCEMEAT (Loose). Plenty of Brandy. Pound ISc 1 34 &. » ft ^ m Florida. Large Size Juicy, Sweet. Doz. 15c Large and Fresh Each 4c Large Size. Small Size. Pint Pint SNOW DRIFT 3Ib -39c 6i '*75c |^ PEACHES Day Brilc. Guaranteed -Good. .JVo. 2Vi Cc'n 12ic m FRUITCAKE ~''(A Nice Onn) Eath 25c YARD EGGS White. Selects Dozen 25 c 20c Fancy Emperors Pound i 5 Pillsbury's 6 Lb. Sk. 33c: 12,Lb. Sk. 60c Best 24 Lb. Sack $1.09 Nice Crisp Head F^ch Sc CAKE FLOUR Pillsbury 2 3/.I Lb. Pk K . BROWN SUGAR Pound 6c PORK ROAST Fresh and Lean I'ot'iul lOc BAKING POWDER K. C. 25-oz. Can 19c Campbell. Vegetable, Ve<ftt:ible or Tomato. Can 7ic 19c NUTS ALL 1933 CROP Mixed Nuts, Pound 12'/2C Braal Nuts, Pound 12'/ 2 c Almonds, Pound 15c i'aper Shell Pecans, Lj;e. Lb. __ 24c English Walnuts, Pound 21c CANDY Assorted Chris!m;is 8c FRUITCAKE INGREDIENTS Crystallized Cherries, I.b. Hoc Cryst;il Pineapple, Lb. - :{2c Citron, Lb. ]c> c I.emon, Orange Peel, Lb. Iflc __Shelled Almonds, Pecans, -Iflc % K '&. i a % % '•# 1 CHERRIES Chocolate Covered Lb. HIIX 25c J 1 Lh. Itos - 12c 2 Lb. «ox - 21c T. Rib !b lUc S Clodlb i2!/ 2 COFFEE Frtsh Ground nd lAt, Lb. 1U SALT Keg. 5c IJox Kach MATCHES Itoxcs ir CORNED BEEFi FRUIT SALAD or (xxrktail OCC Libby's. No. 2'/ ; Can faJ. For Xmas Dinner lO 1 ^ EveiRood. Lb. LL'2 HAMS Blvtheville No. 2 Can BLACK SOAP Vogue Toilet I Jar 4 MEAL For Dressing 10 Lbs. MILK All Brands Small Can OC 0. Tall Can I BACON Sliced. Extra Good. Ll>. PUMPKIN 5 BIW Valc No. 2 l /i Can PEARS Argo No. zVz Can 15 C SARDINES Del Monte Oval Can COCOANUT Dunham's 3-oz. Can T. • & . or Big Deal 7 Lge. Itars SAUSAGE 100% Pork. 1'ure Lb. VAMJH 4 Fl I AlllLL/i val avoring. SI value. 8-oz bot CHERRIES R. No. A. i Can CRACKERS Hampton 8-oz. Box PURE LARD No VEAL ROAST »S ASPIRIN \'Z to Box !'cr Box EPSOM SALT Box RED POTATOES ,,„. GREEN BEANS VEAL CHOPS CAULIFLOWER VI S 12° APPLES l)diclous MOPS 12 Oz. A Good One Kach SPARE RIBS Lb. PEARS Libby's No. 2'/ 2 Can GINGER. ALE ( a. c SPAGHETTI 7 !T SORGHUM Tennessee Fresh WALDORF T'ilel I'apci- Unll TOILKT TAI'KH V'nil Howard nr N'orthorn. Unll Ark. § Give Food For Christmas -- A Most Useful Gift

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