The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 30, 1933 · Page 2
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PAG1 fWO BLYTHBVtLLB. (ARK.) COURIEH NBW8 SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, l'J3:i ;• .Social Calendar '• \ SUNDAY'S EVENTS •' Mr. and Mrs. Pat O'Bryanl entertaining with watch parly at Hotel Noble. • MONDAY'S KVENTS WoinaiVs'-Auxiliary, First Presbyterian church, bushier session, at church, 2:30. p.m. Mr. and Mrs. L. L- Ward having dancing party. Dance at Country Club. : W.'M. S. First Metr.odist church, 2:30 p.m. •: • > W. M. U. First Baptist church, 3:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Current Events club meeting with Mrs. Ellen w. Kirby, 7:30 p.m Delphian Fine Arts club meeting at Hotel Noble at 9:30 a.m. To Have Installation. { TUc Woman's Missionary society of the Hrst Melhadlsl church will have its installation ol olliccrs Monday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock. A special program has been arranged. I Compllmrnls MUs Morgan. Miss Imogcne Morgan, who is re• luniin; (oiuorrov/ to Bethany. Okla.. J|;whore she attends BElhnny-fenlel ',, college, was the sucst of honor at •• a parly giver, last evening by Mr. ; and Mrs, J. C. Criner, 101 Syca- ',. more. •> : Tlie K guests enjoyed a New "Year's allair with appropriate dcc- ( .!orntions and favors. Included In '•-•the guests svas Miss Beatrice Old- ]"hRm. of Helena. '. A fruit, salad and cake was served. i, Have Dinner Party. "' ; Mr. and Mrs. A. Conwity and Mr. 111 and Mrs. H. H. Honchins entcr- ' taincd members of the Mid-Wcck ... Bridge elub, tlieir husbands, Mf. • and Mrs. A. B. Falrncltl and Mr. ;[ .and Mrs. Godfrey White, or Osce• jola, with a turkey dinner Insl eve- ;;iiing at the conway home. '•"' A four course menu was served ,'at small tables decorated witli mln- ••lalure Christinas trees in keeping : 'wltli tlsc Ynbtide adornmenls In tlie living room. After dinner there wns bridee. Mrs. H. A. Smith won ladles' high, B. A: Lynch was high nmong; the . men and Mrs. O. P. Mcfs received . the low store gift. * • > Christian W. M. U. -•Will Not M«l Monday. • The Woman's Missionary socielj of the First Christian church wil' . -not meet Monday but will meet ov January 8 at the home of Mrs. M • T. Moon with Mrs. 13. Cecil Lowe ' 'also hostess. •F I ->J> • t it/ 5 BY HELEN WELSHIMER \ \ '11 F, old year goes . . . tlie year that was so weary Witli inarch of feet that groped on scar-strewn ways; Tht! year that broke the hearts, the dreams of many— v A New Year conies . / . a mighty nation prays For smoke that curls, gray-wind ing, in the sunshine i (Not any more we'll mind the dust, the grime), 'For whistles blowing , . , God, that will lie music . . fror tasks to do in an appointed time. O il not that we may hear the tnmipets singing, Or stand on Sinai with the mighty kings, God, do we ask at this new year's beginning, But may we sometimes feel the brush of wings. Now way we sit in quiet, holy places, Now may we smile and may we love and pvay y . • And may we share . . . perhaps that is the greatest Of all the gifts we seek this New Year's Day: •' // S ~/\ ? & '5ir J i"- CilKISTlAX SCIENCE SOCIETY "Christ Jesus" Is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon w be read In the Christian Science service, Sun day morning at 11 o'clock. The Golden Texi is, "Thou, jjelh- lehem Ephratah, (hough thou be JIUlo, among the thousands of Judah; yet out of thce shall he come forth unto me that Is to be ruler of Israel; whose going forth hav; been from of old, from everlasting" (Micah 5:2). Among the citations from«the Bible is the following. "Jesus saith unto him, I. am the way, tile truth, and the life; no man comcth unto the Father, but by me" (John H:6>. The bcsson-Bcrmon will also include passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures." by Mary Baker Eddy, one of which reads. "The Christ clement in the Messiah made him the Way-Shower, Truth, nnd Life" (pag-2 288). The Christian Science Reading Room !s open Tuesday, and Friday from 2 to 4 p.m. at rooni 108 Hotel LIBERTY CASH GKOCERS 314 WKST MAIN ST. For your convenience we hii've installed ;t larjve, no-1 spring stale in the center of om Hlore near the | nroduee counter. You can chuck anil double check I I everything you buy at this slorc—Si-U-el what you want and you can know that :\t Liberty YOU WILijj ISURKLY GKT CORUKCT WKIGHTS ami Nationally | Advertised Merchandise at the l.mvesi Prices! , Specials for Saturday & Monday i'aiu-y iiiird Heads All arc cordially invited. The cccan contains enough salt to form a solid block measuring 4,fiM,000 cubic miles. COCOA Mother's. A Heal Value 2-1.b. Hdx CRACKERS Economy. 1 U>. 12e 2 Pounds 18c shower parly In compliment lo Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wayman who are movii^- to Osccola. Bunco was rnjoycd and laler Ihe iests of honor were pi'L'seiHcd nti nterestlng assortment of yifls. Delicious refreshments were served. • * * las Itook i'arty. Mrs. Ramsey Duncan entertained with a small rook party 1'rlday evening when she luul eluht of I'.ar friends in for a game. Plum pudding, lopped with whipped cream, salted mils and punch were served. • •Celebrates Birthday. : Nancy Lou Hardin, daughter of '. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Hardin. cele- • • brated her fourth birthday Thurs• day afternoon by having IB of her )! little girl friends In to play with . her. ••" In games Lady Ruth Henbusl and .June Workman won prizes. ..:- Lite in the afternoon there was . ice cream and a birtr.day cake • . served. • Bilsoj Netcs Mostly 'Personal Slock'-Cootei: Society — Personal n family reunion Christmas nlsht. Those present ivere Mr. and'Mrs. ilrvin Greor and children of 'Ilar| risbnrg, Ark., Mr. and Mis. R. W. jSpunce and son. R. W. jr.. of'Lil- lle Rock, and H. C. Spcnce of | Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Bogle -spent the holidays with relatives^- at Trenton. Tenn. J» Sir. pins, namely; Mi's. J. T. Lee. sr. Mrs. T. I,. Smith, Mrs. John Barnes. Mrs. A. B. Bindursky nnd Mrs. H. M. Whayne. EUGENE. Ore. (UP) — When Oregon co - cds are entertained from now on in men's living organizations tlxjy'll be able to tmoke. according lo a ruling ul and Mrs. Jack Caklw^l'l of j heads of the women's houses on Mr. and Mrs. John McClnrc and children of Cooler sjicnl Christmas in Slccle with Mr. and Mrs. !,. w. jPnsieo spent Christmas lictc'with j tl-.c campus. Vole was almos Znlinrr. " " " —._-.. Mr. :iiul Mrs. A. R. Bcekham and daughter, Mi?s Louise returned Wednesday from a visit with rel alives In M3?slssippi. Miss Muiy Marlha Chambers of McuiphLs is spending the holidays with hci- fntlicr. J. E. Cliambcrs, at j Cooler. , _ Mr.s. M crlce rolurned Monday! '"e Masonic Lodge and O. E;JS. at I Mr. and Mrs. George W. Buriiclt. '. |Lepanto Man Honored by Masons and Eastern Star LEPANTO, Ark.—J. Vf. Hll'l Of Lcpanlo was singularly honored by unanimous, but one or two girls objected, it was said. The Order of (he Eastern Sta was organized in 187G, TOO I,ATK TO CLASSIFY Miss Margaret Johnson and Ed JotmsDii, of .Memphis, uvc gucMs of their aunt. Mrs. G. U. Cjrcar. and faaiily. They formerly resided here. Mrs. Edjiar Barnctle jr., and children left loclay for Port Ariluiv, | La., afier .spending Christmas week with Mrs. Uarnette's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Fisher. . Miss Rosi: Bobsin, of Washing- - - , ton, D. C.. will arrive In the morii- Baptist W. M. U. Will I ing to spend two days here as the Have Installation. | jnesl of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Walton. There will be Installation of of-j Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hudson and ."ficcrs Wr 1934 at the lucelinj of \ daughter, Catherine, ale spending : tlic W. M. U. of the First Baptist i today iu Memphis. • church Monday afternoon, 2:30' Tlie Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Siiup- o'clock. I son and son. Roberl Arris, of EIIB- . ... I land. Ark.,.have rcturiKd home af- • Have Family Reunion. ler s;iemling Christmas with Mrs. ll Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Godwin, of I Simiison's mother, Mrs. Minnie E. !' Promised Land, had a family re- ' Bower, and family. ••union Christmas day having oil j Miss Dorothy rower, of Ued '. their sons and daughters present j Hanks, Miss., will arrive toniphl lo ."'except Mrs. Joe Neil GUI. of this I be the, guest of Miss Lois Hooper ;City. I for several days. Both attend Mis;; Those present included Mrs. Tera , sU-sippi Synoiiica! college nt Holly ": G. Finklea and children, of I'roc- i Sprinir;. ..'tor, Ark., Mr. and Mrs. J. S. God-; Tt.c Rev. and Mrs. E. K. La!l;;..win and children, Mr. and Mrs. i mer an <1two (laughters have re': Worth Godwin, ol Armorel, Mr. and r turned from several days spent ,1. Mrs. Fred Bean and d.iiighter, \ Corinth. Mi^s. : :XIary Lynn, of Kumber Nine. Mr.' !;.-and Mrs. Wes Gay and children. '.'-'-Mr. and Mrs. Lon Richards and • ^children, ol this cltv. from Detroit where she visited her i !L - 011 ! 1 "Blalanoii o father and sister. niiiirsilny nishl. Mr Hill w Miss Hazel Mullins of Blod«ell I f allc . 1 ;ls . worslnptul mastei h «i»ndln- the Imlldiv: with hw llic M:lsol " c 1(xi S c alKi worthyi-i-a-1 in™! e°ir Cooler llcr Iron of llic O.E.S. Mrs. C. B.'Mc-; Pa Mte\'^ rB Sn S was Hostess! ^}'«n ™« '™t|llcd ,s worthy j to her Matrons club at Cooler withi "'" lr ° u of Ul , c °: E t' n ,. , ,'i a bunco party Wednesday ni K ht. !,. Follm «»S the- installation of of- All of the children of Mv and ; llcc ^ a baut l" cl ™ s , lcd - Five'past; 'worthy matrons of .the O.E.S., No.' For Rent NICELY furnished bedroom, me preferred. 1017 W. Walnut, Ca ',';"! after 5 p.m. Mrs. Ed Hardin. 20ck of Vll Our Way SPARE RIBS Plenty of .Meat Fresh. Pound COFFEE Sunnv Hrook Pound 2Sci BUTTER Aiiiericuii Muid Pound WESSON OIL firing Hotlle or J;ir Pint Mrs. II. A. Silence were present at I, -I' ii Sunday Dinner Regular Dinner - - - f>(k' Hate Lunt'h Illjc Choice Of: Baked Turkey, dressing nnd cranberry sauce: Chicken nnd IJuniphngs; Short Ribs of Beef. Sweet I'oUlccs; Itoasl Leg Lamb. Erjjlish Peas: Slr- luin of Bee: Brown Gravy. ALso vegetables. Nilad. drinks. flf givci| HEMORRHOIDS (Piles) cur. cd without Ihe knife. Vari- cosed veil" removed non- surglcally. DRS. N1ES and NIES Oflice 511 Main Phone 98 W K t \v;ini 1!):M to he the liii,'g(>.sl. most prosperous ;i n d jovial year of them all, and we'll do our very best to make it so. The New Economy Shop Ingram lildg. I'hone 951-W SWEET POTATOES Nang ia Yams 2c T7JPAT /Milk\ Roast, 1'ounil lOcI [ lLJ\L \ Fed )_ Chops, I'utmd - - - - 5t:[ EGGS """""""' ,„„„ ISc SUGAR We Will Sell Sugar Ic LESS 'ON 10 LHS. Thnn Anv Adv. Price FLOURS' I!!)]. Chase & Sanborn, Canovft or Maxwell House. Pound PURELARD Louse. No Limit Pound C A f r\\ HIO l.bs. - - Oat (BULK) All Yon «f JL. #& ! dilL i 50 Lbs. - -_ 50c_>Vant. _Lb. * 2 ** ! MACARONI Or Spaghetti Large Y-Uz. Jtfo BEANS .iNavy 10 L'oui'ds 29c GROUND BEEF Or Hamburger I'ouiul BANANAS Nice and Ripe I'ound Won Contest Minus Makeup SEATTLE iUri — GeorRianm LaFarpe. 18. recently won a cit;. b?auty contest here without a trace j of makeup. She didn't have - '"••• ' will br- b find Khrk cru-il with Hojf Elycrt Vc;is. Our Wish For You For 1934 j'j Given Party Shower. t., Mr. and Mrs. E. M. HcH eiucr-• necked dress on or high skirts eith- •V;,tained 12 guests last evening with'er. Geo. Wright's Cafe L 18 Years oi Progress U'iicn we lir.-,i i-stiilili.-i'ncti this Inisiness m Ulytl-,e\ilk- \ve u'cn- conHd-jnt in the future of this lnwii. Today. 18 y.ai> later, we still have faith in the future. Tlie jivogress we have made and the friends we have won here amply reward us for our ellorts. We i>.\lci«l the season's j;reclinK.-< a n rl promise to conlinue Riviny lV-i> community the hij;lH'.4 (]i;ality of cleaniiij; we are cajt- uljle uf pruducinj:. Barnes' Nu-Wa Cleaners Ingram IBItig. Phone IK'O Dui'tng recent months discouragement and anxiety have been partially overcome. As the NEW YEAR approaches more business activity and less unemployment are expected. A people busily engaged in doing some useful work and discharging some worthwhile obligation, is always a happy people. The wish is, therefore, expressed here that everyone may have the privilege of iieing busily engaged at some useful task during 1934. CHARLES S. LEMOhS Good Furniture at Moderate Cost GINGER ALr«:a th:UN " vYc;iv[>iiH - v A\rgti 2-i-iw. Jioltle BLACK EYE PEAS Pound HOGSHEAD F ""'"^S, Yc " r Oiithered. Slrietlv Fresh. Dozen >c Florida. J50 Size. Yxwn 250 Si^e, Do/.en COFFEE Four Le!lf (Datcri) 24;c GREEN CABBAGE New Texas Pound 2 BACON liest Sliced Pound 12*c CELERY Crisp Stalks Kadi 5c GRAPEFRUIT MILK Van Camj) Tall Can 6c Small Can 3c PORK SHOULDEfiS Smilli who " I'ouiul 74c' I TOILET PAPERS Howard or ("orthern. '^ Uolls GRAPES Fancy Emperors I'oniid MEAL a Pound Hags Barh MINERS Franks or Holo^na Poiinil lOc SOUP Campbell's. Vegetable, Vejr.-llccf or Tomato. Cars 7 A 2 PORK LIVER Strictly Fresh Pound >e PICKLES Dolly Madison. Smir or Dill SAUSAGE 100'.; Pure Pork Pound POSTTOASTIES Or Corn Flakes 7c CHEESE \Visconsin No. 1 Full Cream Poimd ISc SALT MEAT liest Grade Pound DIVTE1WIIT F si" 11 ""' Xo - *'•<• Can Bl, I I ilLV 1LLL £«. K? * Can . IK fans, No. 2 Can ............ 7c

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