The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 18, 1934 · Page 2
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•LKTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS CrC l Social Calendar FRIDAY'S tV£NT6 n.' department, Woman's cluHfBieellbg »IUi Mre James Hill, Jr, 362Y Chlckasawba Ave , 3 P M County. Council P.T.A. at Leachvillc, 3:30 A, M. Hy-6hy-Ny Suiiday school class Tlrtfr* Baptist church hireling 1:30 •ftitfcgKrs. I! R Jackson, Hl2 W. Miia.. '"SATURDAY'S EVENTS Bgtk-BeUs ueddlng to bo sol- emitted at 10 30 a in at First Baptist* ehiirch Mies Eunice Jenkins became the brie*; of Mr E 6 Campbell In a cerjjnony soIemMzed at the Home of.fev. E J cole, psitor or the RflJ! Baptist ch\irch .at Osc«ola, TuSday evening « 1W attractive bilde wore a brown ; ensemble 6[ wool crepe with a short co$£ fl 'ahd her accessories were in woodi brown Sirs Campbell who is the daugh- Mrs 0 H Jenkins and the Jenkins, is a prominent in actlvlt'es of the First Bap- lurch of whlcn she Is now sec- bridegroom, \\iio Is the son and Mrs R P Campbell of CHrksdaJo, Miss, received his later edlRStion at Mississippi college, Cl}gjjon, Te\as Clnlstlan University aHdrSouthuesterh Baptist fhcolog- icihtollegc at Port Worth, and the U^JJtrslli of Chicago For the past ihjjfe jcars lie has been head ol thfe^jBlble department and promo- tiOMl secretarj of Central college, CflBta}, Ark, until lie recently to Oils city )le Is iia>v as- tted": with : the Pacilic Mutual LiW £ Insurance company. B?F the present tiiej are at home with Mrs AMR Brahson on Wtart Walnut streel Women Hth; Wednesday. Jftfe 45 women from Dell, Kelser, Ney, Llbcrlj, Luxora, Osccola, Mn- njJVLeachvillc and Blylheville who jSt? ^ he meelln B of ™nc 1 of tl*L?ojnans missionary societies of Mithodlst church here yesterday, h««d a program on ' "Prayer for Mg&lons.' 5J$rs QUS Eberdt jT, zone lender, *'*! m charge of Hie ail day incet- J "O lt the Firs t Mslhodlst church. Hi, the morning / se,s'iloh;iilss Caro!|«. Haley played piano selections, JSS; A O Hudson led, the. lie vo- t'tR? 1 ' ther < ! ws a \ocal number Djumembers of the Leachvllle group "K?" w , v Womack, pastor o t!J£!iastess church, spoke on '"Fuid- h%-frune For Prajer," Mrs, H. \v. c jjfj' of & fa ni'» discussed "Defi- "TSiP^ylng ' a ncl Mrs. J. W. Bur- «W.ior Manila, spoke on "Docs Really " ed Hie ciilrnnce lo (he room where the Inble )iart been arranged as for a Hallowe'en festival. Colored lights con shadows over the-table «-j(h i( S centerpiece of a pumpkin. In the card games Mrs. Jesse M. while won a table lump for first honors, bath ixjwder ivent to Mrs Martin A. nose lor second high (he low score award, ,a broom dressed us a witch, v&a to Mrs. Robert Grimes, and Mrs. Davidson won Ihc cut prize, a Hallowe'en favor. A chicken Balud, individual j- cd ; 'mcnt pie and coffee were served. » • * ilavc Sap'iwr I'nrty, Mr. and Mrs. 11. c. Davidson had an informm siijipcr j>irly last evening at Ihctr home on Kentucky Bvcnile. -nie"i2 gucsl.s had u buffet supper In the living room which was decorated In keeping with the coming Hallowe'en holiday Lalcr bridge was played. • » » To Serve Dinner. The woman's missionary society of Ihe Lnkc Street Methodist church will serve dinner Saturday In the former Kroger building. * ^ • * Has Clul) I'arly. Mrs. Murray Smart used Halloween decorations for the weekly party of llie Yoim B Matrons Bridge ehib Tuesday allenioon. she also hnd pink roses In the living room. Mrs. Lloyd Sllck'tnon won llie prl/.e, perfume, among the members and one guest, Mrs. E. u woodson. A salad plate wiis scrvod with Jinlwlchcs, cheese chips and coffee. « • • Dcljihiahs Sicct. 'I'he 12 members of tlic Oclplilnn nc Al-ts club iyno auciKlcd the octlng at the ijotci N oblc Wcjl . ncalay heard n pi-bgram on "Arms and the Alan." A review of the ar- jlclc was given by Mrs. jnmcs Hill This group meets again the nrsl Wednesday In November. Tn Haw Election. At the mcetlrtg of tl, c Hy. S hy.- Ny Sunday school clnss of || lc First Baptist church PHdiiy evening at In- Jn,° f ta '*- R B ' J^ 80 ""' 'here ^1 be the nhmial elecllon of M rtlb ' rtlb * ts hre "i-Bed to lm W« s heme of Hie talk given by Airs G..B Segraves, or Osceola, in bpen- "S"thc afternoon session. Miss E(55Jbelh Lucas, of ttixora, told of *«um leaders in China,. there was ajwelln solo bj Mrs atuan H. Sal- nj», with Mrs F B Joyiier at the P¥»p. and Mrs L L Tull told of n*«ionary uors in Africa. Mrs. j ijpritz, superintendent of supplies fcfcthe conference, told 'or her work «*Mrs c L \VjIlc discussed the samtlard of excellence *&-i * * * "S«hler Born in^i da m ht<!r was bcra lhls '""wn- ini.!o the Rci and ^frs. J. T. R e ri- 5S, «, thc ^' nlly rcsWcn ^, 110 IB. fat JTIle bab y- 'who vfclghs pounds has been ,, amc d Edna Mcia The Rev Mr. Renfro 'is g«|or of tllfl " S LOCAliS , Mrs. J. k, Saiiaiii rclurned lo Memphis yesterday after several days stay will) her sou, Elliott B Snrtntn, nnfl fainily. .. Kirs. J. A. Leech motored to Paclucnh, Ky., today (o accompany her auilt, who ha s be,en her Biiesi. She will returli tombfroiv. niisscll Parr, \V. J. Wiihclerllch, P. B. Joyner. E. M. McCall, E. B. Woodson mict c. C. Crockett are hi Little Rock today for «u oil meeting. Miss Doris Eiay I^ibyns llndcv- wenl n lonsllccloiny today at the Blythcvlllb liospilal. Mrs. j. j. Johnson has lizeu l-emovccl from Ihe Blylhcvlllc lios- pltal to her home nnd i s now much Improved following a innior operation, Misses Louise Dobyns and Mavy Alice Taylor and rctc Thompson J"--, who nttciiri Southeast Missouri Tciichcrs college at Cape Olrar- Thousands of Women Sa S! £. Phone 106 For the Society Whirl Girl .... A dale every night! The theatre, dances and ail these other delightful aocial affairs! We have the permanent for you . . . Facials to keep you looking fresh . . . And liianicuvcs lo assure enchanting hands. f ... ur work approved by Edna M. Ferguson in Ihc Courier News Cooking' School this week. •> r v ' , • Margaret. Deen Beauty Shoppe • • • .. -• rr 'Ingram Bldg. dcnu, will tpeiid Ihc week-end nt home, . Tile Hcv. mid Mrs. Alfred Car- lientcr, Mnieis, C. a. Hires, Tom W. Jackson, I'aiil L. Tlploii, H. I,. Clin inters and Alvln Hollcy are in Memphis todtiy for a mcctliiB of Ihc Mississippi county liapllst w. M. U. association. Mrs. A. M. Bull has ns her guests Mrs. liiish Moore anil daughter, MlJis Ejuran Sue, of iiojikinsvllle, K.y. Mrs. Mildred Hancock, who accompanied ther, !s the mjcsl of Mr and Mrs, W. n. Mjnyaixl Mm. F. !'. white, of nelraixl Mo MWI Mre, a. M. pirrin, or cnlra «!•> and Mra.t) U.-Donnki. of Hons- Qii, Texas, have returned home nf- lar having been guests of Mr ami Mrs. j. j. Johnson. Mrs. while and Mrs. l.'an-lii arc slslcn of Mr* is llleir . Lee Jones Is ill at her home on Chlcknsiuba Ave MIss.MBfuucrltc-lwssou, W Du has en in from' toiisllitls, is belter lo- ,Mr. Md Mrs. c. t,, Berlin ami hMghlcr are In jbnesboro attcml- hic to Inislnew, Mr. Berlin having rcccmiy pna-hnsed the unique »W , !B "I"" 1 Ulerc - Mr - ""•''I" Plans to return here (odny Among out or town p-u cs i, c \Pooled "to attend the Sfng of S "? B " bk """ Mr ' J ""»'' E. bn ;, ^'"I'l'is and •niscun,- Salurl i' WlllCl1 , W|H " R -™!enmlw:l Salmday morning, are: Mr . ami w«r,i^ RCSers ' Mr - »"" "«. Ward converse and dmi B htcr, Mis, Jlorencc B |,, stem, Mr. ami Mrs. MI« H -\ qllw '' nl1 w ""-"'Phis. Miss Bernlcc Crnfton and u H gentry of. Little Hock, ami Tom S™> »«' "- "f A^cnmuia, Ala. M BetU nml ins brother will arrive tomorrow nn ( j t| lc others iv 111 come over satm'day mornh, ff °" W Hospital Notes Admitted to thc BlyUjevillc lies lillal: Aubrey liassctt, Manil-r Mrs, W. v. Trowhrldge, atceto Mo.; Dorris Doljyn, city; Sam Italley, Yarbro, Wiincllnc Plckcni Armorcl. Dismissed: II H -- ' :oute 3. Rare Snake Found In Nevada Backyaril YElllNOTON, Nov. (UP> ^ A snake believed to be a cross' between a rattlesnake and a \ ni \ [ snake-usually tu-o or tli c 'ncrcest "-pllle encmle.5 —. ivas found owaul Dykes in his yard. Thc snake ran across a small" girl's foot wlille she was playing' The rcplllc curled and struck at ier like ,, raltlci-. « has a flat head and a nccdle-likc tail. Slrrif- lar other snakes have been seen' nearby recently. H Is believed they arc nolsonons. '> WHY CHEWED LAXATIVE Is More Healthful. ....n juitei MIX Kith Ihe lia's't Ihj w^ llity do will, your food. Thus, no m.,, of. , n j 'ten-i-niini is imi], ,,U /ot chil.lrrn, yei". 11 is thorouEk and positive for »du!ls. Doc- I 15 prWfTil-e Iht scientHic hciiive fnjjredi- ; rnl in non-Kibi[ fornimfi [ : fnvt.,mni.< h {i pleisani cojrectioji wiilioui upsrt to di«^ . »I'P»=". Dtl'lr » .!.n 8 "o U '. Tod.y, ,«•. liiel on Khtdule >n<l >ny ,h«t, Ciicw deli: • 1-ccn.t.mtni. Ai dtu 6B iju, l)c »nd 23e.,'. HOTKI, NOBLE Is Now Agent For American Aiilincs, hie. Call 885 For Reservations New Fasliioji Ideas Jn these Lovely Fall PRESSES In this showing of dresses Wu'll find,styles that are suitable for your every day-lime need. Tnliorcrt (own frocks aiicl seiul- dressy and dressy allcr- noon types.. tliB cictnils, styling and fabrics shown tn dresses iniicli higher priced are nii'tly rcncclcd in these enrnients. • 5 95 to Gloves Fabric, Suede and Kid in colors of Oxford, B r o \v n and Black. ; -^ i Hose:. Vanity Fair nml O o t }i a m bold Stri|» . . . N CW shades^, 81 - $1,35 Bags ^o inalch ai\y costume, In attractive styles. $1- -83.95 COATS thai are Fashioned Leaders Thrill to the beauty of these exquisitely styled coals . . . But belter'still thrill to Ihc fact that you can own any of them ;it very moderate price. Ripple, collars, shawl and notched collars, and convertible themes. In fnct, every wanted Coat style! $ 16* 75 ^I to ,75 Crepe, Tallola, - Siitin. New )x>iui- lar colors. 8li|),s Silk crepe nml Salln, tailored or lace irlmmcd. §1.95 3.95 S1.95 2.9! Miss Whitsitt's Shop OCTOBER 18, 1934 NRA COMPARE ALL OUR PRICES NRA LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Customer, Scale, in Our Store-f! uamnt<lcd ,S Ouncm to the Pound Specials for Friday, Saturday and Monday ' "~ LARD iiest c ' ompouii<i STOKELYS SPECIALS HOMINY, Finest 1%'sfete 4c ; Ige can 7c KRAUT, Finest No 2 can 8c; Ige can Iflc LIMA BEANS, Fresh. No. 2 Can lOc GREEN LIMA BEANS, No. 2 Can 12y 2 c STRING BEANS, Finest Cut. Can 9fcc STRING BEANS, Small, Whole, can 13c MIXED VEGETABLES Can lOc PEAS, Honey Pod. Finest. Can 15c PARTY PEAS, Finest. Can 18c CORN, Fancy Swfcet. Finest Can 9%c BEETS,, Small, Whole. Can 12c CUT BEETS, Finest, Large Can lOc TOMATOES, Ex. Quality. Lge can 12&c SUCCOTASH, Finest Can 14c TOMATO JUICE, Finest. Can 5c PUMPKIN, Finest Large Can lOc PEAS & CARROTS, Finest. Can 16c CHILI SAUCE, Finest. 12-oz. Bottle 15c CHILI CON CARNE, Can Finest. Can Fresh Shelled Pound MITTEREEANS Sunny Brook Pound Can lOc 'Jc "IT SURE IS GOOD COFFEE" Mellow Ripe Pound 2ANANAS~ ™rg^^^ COFFEE c —• v lir/sT29c CRACKERS I'ride of Memphis 2-l,b. Box CELERY 18c BEECHNUT SPECIALS California. Jumbo Stalks Each CATSUP SpagheUi, Can -'•---. f) c Chili Sauce, Uottle - - 22c Catsup, I,g c . iJotllc - - I9i: Spag. or Macaroni, Lb. I2'/2C Huby Holllt SALAD DRKSS1NG Table Gardt-n T *r~j TKcic j« nuccr (irac\ ,. . pricc% #> Ki|ri ind n ill ywjtan buvc(CJm>*.)*'Mt. Ifeifi Sno^JriEl i» iir-tijti[ pi! 11 ifsett pri«i Snowdrift BAKING POWDER FkESH TOMATOES Calumet !jb. Can 23c Red Ripe Pound SKINNFRS Macaroni, Spaghetti or -f ~ OlUllilUlO K KK N'ootHcs. 7-oz. I'kg. t C Texas Green Po«nd lie TOKAY GRAPES Pound Sic Dnisv Cream Pound 16c MM •i Large or 6 Small Cans 17 c LIBBYS SPECIALS Pincanplc, No. 2 Can We Asparagus, Picnic - 12c Pineapple, 2J/i Can - 19c Apricots, 2'/ 2 Can - 23c Caches, 2'/ 2 Can - 58c ^g 0 /! 1 ^'.^-. 1 7c RA Cherries 2'/2 Can 2Se .pickles, Sweet Plain or Fruit Salad, 2'/j can 2Gc Mixed, 22-oz. Jar • 23c WESSON OIL Pound lie SALT MEAT "'"I^TlTc CORN STARCH Slulcv's "BOX 9c jwd 12-jc liiilfimorc Selects OYSTERl Hgpj^™^^"4^ —-" ^--. 7' STEW BEEF £MILK SPAKER1BS F " shandfl K d NECKBONEJ Fresh arid Meaty g _ I'ounrf O C _ Maxwerr House Coffee DROP" PARROTS Fresh ric -i iL --- _gunchJ 1 £GG PLANT Fnsh 2C • 0NIONS "veJlow POTATO^ > BACON Krey>s - Slicctl cocolim GRANGES Iffl Pound Dozen GRWJNDBEEF MACKEREL CANOVA SPECIALS COFFEE u N. Hall or I'orto Kicim. I,b. Salmon Style __ Mustard, Marco. Ql. j ar . ^ lack Pepper, y, LI,. C an - »c Hoston Cocoa, i/, i,),. Can - !Jc iMa.vonnaisc, Pint ..... 23c i^itly Alice Coffee, U>. - - 23c I"idy Alice Coffee, !/j \,\>. - \Sc Dean's High Grade Pound Can PAjjMKEHjHjR' TBS- IQc flfi'PFRP Chase & Sanborn. Dated ^iiliii 1 ^: _ i Pound Can C.-& W.. Sour or Djll Quart Jar PORiCHOPS" Leah Kml Cul.s Pound 1'iilmnlive liars 13c DEL MONTE SPECIALS Sweet Pickle Peaches, No. 2%' Can 27c Fruit Cocktail, No. 2% Can 33c Tomato Sauce, 8-Oz. Cain. 7c Prunes, Prepared, No. 2 y z Can 18c Pineapple, Crushed, No. 2y 2 Can 19c

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