The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 29, 1933 · Page 2
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fAQB TWO BLTTHEVlLLa, (AM.) QQUMPt H1W1 ' FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1933- Site I'tfgy McKecI-Is Guest of Honor at Dance, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech enter lained 125 numbers o( the city's Shelby Smith, of Memphis, younger set and a number of out-! ' * * or town visitors with a dance last] Family Has Kcuu;on evening aMl-.e country club In com-1 'me sons nnd daughters at Mri>. Sprlnfts, Blan Mtixwcll. Carl Maxwell, Miss Marlnell Wiildron. lien O. Green nnd d:\uuhlcr, India, unci pllment to Miss Peggy McKeel. I Mittle Allison had several family Elaborate decorations emphasiz-! affairs during this week In celr ed tr.e Christmas anil New Year moilfs with blue as the predominant color against a backgronud ot green with touches ot 'other shades. Lighted Chrlsmins trees, with snoiv hanging from the branches, formed on almost solid background a!on .gthe sides of (he ball room and the fireplace mantel was banked with evergreens and silver poin- settlas amtd sparkling snow nnd icicles. Evergreens were also suspended Irom the beams and hundreds of balloons, in all colors, hung from the celling in large clusters. These were dropped during the evening as colored spot lights were thrown upon the dancers. Blue lights were used both in tr.e ball room and in the sun room where a cold buffet supper was sercel at midnight.. Evergreens and red berries were banked against the while draperies and the- long table was lighted with red lapers in silver holders. I The balconies had red chairs and i tables scattered about, and red! lights were used there. In the receiving line \vns Miss bration of the Yulet!de. On Christmas Eve, Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison had a dinner party which ako included J. ID. Via nnd family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Owi Allison and family, and John Bisk. Mrs. Millie Allison was hostess lor Christmas dinner attended by 34 relatives which Included Mr unrt Mis. Om AHLwn, J. D. Via rnd family. Mr. and Mre. l-'ay Thornton. Mr. and Mrs. Rutlu Bend nnd daughter, Mr. nnd Mra. Olan Allison, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Vlckei 1 anil C. I!. Gentry, both of here; MKs Louise Crcsap and Le- Miss odls I'clc'ison. both of Hell; Miss son. Tennic Hell Dmirimond and Da- inoii Cook, botli of here; Miss] mas will) relatives 111 Wallerlne Austin and Heilxrt, For- \ Mrs. Stella McKay *l:ec. both of here; Miss Alblc Ily- mer and Cnrl I'off, both of here; Miss IkTlle n.-u'ls nnd Willie Williams, both of Dell; Kobbins nnd Lonnle of heie. Miss Bunnu Smith, both parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lu'.'ier Jack- Mrs. May Sargent spent Chrlst- Blylhevillc. -. Is vUitinf her sister, Mrs. Floyd McKntght [11 Louisiana. Mrs. Johnnie Johnson and 'family, Mr. and Mrs.'™? 0. Bunch nnd son, Miss Lorenc " Jcidon. Miss fc'.clle Jordon, Miss Eve Dclle Jordon. Mrs. Vcney Webster, Mr. ;md Mrs. Jill Donell nnil Ivan Donell. This was especially In Has Supixr Tarty Mrs. K. M. Huffman entertained with n supper parly lust evening In compliment to her son. Elbert Huffman. The micsls were: Hen Ross, Charles Jones, Mitchell Saliba, Clarence Palmer and Charles Scruggs. An a|iiK-li?lng menu was served from a gnlly decorated table Hie went .to lire Berry Is visiting relatives In Mississippi. ! C. E. Cook Is visiting his mother and oilier relatives In Alabama. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Peters arc visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Story at Kcnnctl, Mo. Claud Cook lias returned to the CC..O. camp at Warren, Ark., after spending the holidays here. Troy Hnmey Is confined to- his lied with a severe case of Influenza, compliment Allison, of lo Mr. and Halllmore, Mrs. O/.a and Odth Allison ,of Memphis. McKeel with Bert Lynch jr., Mr. and Mrs. 1/jecli and their lionse- Kuests, Mrs. Chester Byrns, Misses Emily Catherine and Mary Bvrns, Misses Martlra Amelia anrt Audio Houinsoi), Misses Mary Boyd Al- briiton nnd Martha Elizabeth Fristoe. o! Mayncld, Ky., and ihcir escorts. The Jadles wore shoulder corsages of roses, valley lilies and swot peas. Music was furnished by (lie Southeast Missourians, with several specialty numbers Included in the program. Among* the guests were a number from, osceoln and Caruthcis- ville mid these, who arc visiting In Hie city: Misses Frances Usrey of Camden, Ark., and Nell McMahan, ol Memphis, " boiiscgucsts of Miss Mary Spain and Max rj src y < r John neloate and Rufus Harris, of Moyflcld, guests or Mr. and Mrs Leech. 1'. !•:. O. Members Have "II. 1. I,." I'arly Members of Ibe P. E. O. chup- I ter entertained '.heir husbands Wednesday evening with n dinner liarly ai the home of Mr. and Mis. B. A. Lynch. This affair Is ; known us n "D. I. L." party with the husbands as guests of honor. There were yo present. A Chrlstmsa menu \viis served In Have Itcunion The family of Mrs. Roland Green had a reunion last evening when Mr. and Mrs. Green enter tainrd at their home on West Ash street. Several out of town relatives of Mr. Green were also Included in the party. The dinner table, .was decorated in Yiiletide adornments with n buffet style with small tables scal- Icred about the lower floor of the Lynch home, decorated in the Holiday colors. Afler Mr.s. II. H. Ilouchhis had v;elcomcd the men, D. S. McVtck- rvs, of Campbell. Mo., played selections on ;m accordion, Mrs. Mc- Vickcrs rend nnd the tncii made Informal talks. Blnso. with mi inlci'csllng assortment of prizo.s. ciitertnlned the party after (tinner. Included" in those present, were these from out ol the dly: Mr. and Mr.s. McVlckers. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ocorge R. Crockett of Cn|>c Olr- aideau. Mo., nnd Dr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Kobblns,- o( Sleele, Mo. Marriage Licenses Issued Among the marriage licenses is- suc-d recently from the county court clerk's office of the Blythc- ville court house lire: Miss dwyii- dolyn Fierce nnd J. W. Jones jr. bolh of Sikeston, Mo.; Miss Velum Itllz theiitre where they saw Kay i Francis In "The House on atilh Slrecl." Mr. ;iiiil .Mrs. O'llryaiK To llavr New Vciir-u I'arly Mr. aiv.l Mrs. rat O'Bryant will entertain 50 ol their friends with n. New Year's dancing party al the Hotel Noble. Dancing will begin after mhlniyhl. • • • , liurry-llyrrs The marriage of Miss I'earllne Bycrs. ol Kewancc, Mo., and Jiol- nnd Harry, ol New Madrid, Mo., occurred here ycslerday. The Rev. S. M. Watson icad the service. WJIIIams-Si'jrr lives Miss Annie Mae Scgravcs and Ambers Williams, bolh of Caruth- ersvlllc. Mo., were united In mar- age Wednesday by the Rev, S. Walson. « * + arks-MUIrr The marriage ot Miss Lcda Milr and Albert rarks, bolh of Mala, look place here Tuesday. The rvlcc was performed by Ihc Rev. M, Watson. • * * ccdliam-MHlrr Miss Ruby May Miller and Wil- rd Nccdham.. bolh of Manila ere united In marriage at Manila uesday by Justice John U. Needam. TAKE IllSrS AIVICE IF 6IMS MRT AFTER BRISNII6 YOBR TEETH Announcing The New Famous Joe Applebaum 219 \\est Main St. In oix;nirig our new store we have tried to assemble such merchandise as would appeal to everyone . . . You'll iind every item in, our stock of dependable style and quality . . . Priced moderately . . . We extend you a cordial invitation to come in and see our new store. CARD OP THANKS We wish tojhank our friends for .._ „ .,„„ , the kindness nnd syinpalhy exlend- ccuterpicce of mixed flowers flunk-' cd (0 us iiLUlw loss of otir dear ed witii-irod tapirs in silver hold-1 w'tf, niotner'and sister. ers. A four course', menu was i cd. "'.•'. . i The .guests "were: M. B. Mas-j well. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Plgg and 1 daughter, Evelyn Jean, and Charles i Maxwell, of Osccola. Mr. and Mrs. I Abr.er Maxwell, of Shaw, us., Mr. I and Mrs. Ben H. Green, of Hot' A,'0. Hall Miss Bess Hall Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Wlckhair Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Beale and family Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Hall and family Mrs. Mcadlc Bcllon. . A New Line of Moderately Priced Shoes For Men Truly modern in style- conception. Cut from an excellent grade o( fine quality calfskin and built ovei the new super-fitting Kent last. Hightower News J. W. Jackson ic C.C.C. camp lins returned to nt Combs, a'ler • If there b bleeding and sore ness in your gums after you briuli your teeth, ro- Itcvc the In- fln. m in a t i o n and infection by usiiij the home 'treatment » hid) Icad 1 n e dentists arc pre- scrlb 1 n B for tliclr patients. Then you know you will be using tlie treatment, whlcli iliese men who know what yon should use, per^onnlly approve. . Yon can yet this dentists' prescription right at home, here, by just asking lor Prescription Tooth end Gum Powder at the drug store. H is the same powder \\Jiich people get when their <(eii- llat prescribes this same formula Be sure to remember the name- Pi ascription Tooth and Qiim Powder. Bell's Pharmacy and Kirby Bros., distributors, hnve it. Other stores do, too. -Adv. 5 HEMORRHOIDS IPIln) car. ed without the knife. Viri. roMd \tlr removed non- surjic»lly. DBS. KIES and NIKS OfTUe 511 Main Phone Extra Special Pure tiirc-au silk, full fashionc-J hose. All new shadcfi. 69c Lorraine Silk Underwear 49c to $2.95 Larkwood Hose One couH not Imagine finer or sheerer stockings than Larkwood Vnmp-Toe Hosiery. Beautiful, dainty and re(8ed. Every '>alr tarries a "spare" match-mer.cllng thread and special mending needle. $1 LIBERTY CASH GROCERS 314 WEST MAIN ST. 1 For your convenience we nave installed a lurifi 1 , «o-1 sprint; scale in tne center of" our iilore near me I produce counter. You can cncck ami douljle checn I everyuting you buy at mis store—M.'lfcci wnat you j J wam ana you can Know trmt ai Liberty VUc v\n jSUUhlLl i.ivf COKKbCT WkiUiiTri and ftuiiowi Advertised Mcrciianuise at the Lowest I'nces! I Specials ior-Wednesday - Thursday | r aiicy naru iieaas -v i COCOA Mother's. A Real Valuu 2-Lb. JJox CRACKERS Economy. 1 Lb. L2c 4 Stf* 2 Pounds SPARERIBS-*' " COFFEE Sunnv lirook 1'oiuid Georgiana Wash Frocks for Spring New styles just arrived 98c to $2.95 Sale of Winter Coats Fur. trimmed and Sport Styles. 116.05 Values . . J12.95 Values $8.95 $6.45 IBUTTER American Pound J»*c 25c 16c WESSON OIL IJotllc or J;ir Pin! 4 |? ^ X DC Nancy Ha!l Yams I'ouinl 2c Chops, Pound at Guaranteed Do/on ISc SUGAR We Will Sell Sugitr lc LESS ON 10 LI!S. Than Anv Adv. Price FLOUR/17 °" L $6.60 ,1'.. Sic Chasc & Sunborn, Canova or Maxwell House. Pound PURE LARD Louse. No Pound KID Lbs. - - 95c (BULK) All You* J.. 50 Lbs. - - 5Uc iv;int. Lb. A 2 ' MACARONI Or Spusht'tti Large Y-Uz. liox 3c Navy 10 Poui'ds ; DEPENDflBLE STYLE-RlGHTNESS -, You con always be sure that "PEDWIN" slyle3 are right up to now. Their comfort and genuine . long Sweating value arc [v.st as dependable. THE FAMOUS Joe Applebaum 21!l West .Main! THE T Jvletropolitan (jptra Dissociation OF NEW YORK !s pleased to renounce that in collaboration with the proprietors of LUCKY STRIKE Cigarettes, it has been enabled to utilize the com- plete facilities of both the Red and the Blue networks of the National Broadcasting Company, to the end that on Saturday, December SO, and every Saturday thereafter, from two o'clock, Eastern Standard time, and until such time as each Opera is finished—the complete Operas presented at the Metropolitan Opera House will be broadcast We know that the public will be glad to avail themselves of these unique opportunities. They mean that Opera in its best form is brought to every home in the United States. We feel that this is a great step forward in the development of fine music in this country, and that it will be of great interest and a source of pleasure to the entire American public. ^Metropolitan Opera Association Uxn^tlo GIUUO ff GATO-CASAZZA Qentral ^Manager., GROUND BEEE Or Hamburger i-... 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