The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 14, 1934
Page 2
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TWO •MTHEVlLLg, (ABK.) COURIER NEWS \VEUNt!SUAY, JN'OVICMBUK M, Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. I,. Homer having Mlci- \Vecfc Urirfec club. rc-lum, will to lit home in Mo. Mre. O. U. Keck entertaining Thursday Contract club. Thursday Luncheon club mccl- ing wllli Mrs. Max D. Miller. Annoicl P. T. t\. mcellngp Vl-.M) I 1 . M. Ungc T. T. A. Esocuitvc board inccline 3:30 \>. in. FRIDAY'S tVENTS The Executive Board ol Uie W. M. U. will meet al 2:30 nt Ilic liome of Mrs. U. W. Mullins. Marriage Licenses Issued Mnrrlngc licenses Issued recently from ihc Blylhcvllle office of the county court clerk Include: Miss Mnrion EliwibclU nviullcy iiiul Harold Itolnnd Palmer, both i)f Kcilnrll, Mo.. niniTlcd by Ilic rtcv. Stunrl VI. Salmon, pastor of (hi 1 first Presbyterian church; Miss Anita Marie OInclrcn, of Kcn- netl, Frank ClByUm Clorgiis. of Hayti. Mo., by the Rev. Stuart 11 Salmon; Miss Jewel Aslmbruiincr mid Loiinic Eugene Rogers, both o I Manila, !»' Juste .loln\ W Nccdlinni: Miss 'j'liclmn ficdUimi Oliver Gray, both ol here; I!. P. W, Metis. The Uusincss mid I'rofc'&sionul Woman's club hud Us regular meeting al the Hotel NoWe Moiulay evening. The cubjfci cif the program, led by Miss Margaret Merrill, was "Education," in observance of Na- tlonal Education week. Miss Lucille Armstrong spoke «» "Tlic- School Curriculum For Younger Children." Miss Rosa llnt'dy led ;in open discussion on "Educational Proble of dents. High School and college Stu" Hie iH'ograni the group attended lh c nltz ihcalei 1 . Bits oj Mostly Persona! Mi!inulil.s, who ruluuicd the suine evening. Krnesl Hums ix-timir -seriou.sly il] *hllc en roule lo Oklalnjmii for a visit, mid was Inkeii to a hosjillal nt Toris, 'ivxiis. Ills condition has iK'c'ii serious. Ijiit is better now, and he- is expected, l:oine Wednesday. Mrs. Men'iii I'liimjitcr Is tlie of \iev invents. Mr. -,im! Mvii. J. W. Klo.'in. at Hayti. Mrs. Chcll llainra and cliildren, vl nlythc'vllle, :,|>rn< last week end here. 1 with Mr. and Mrs. C. I 1 . Howard. Mr. and Mrs. [•'!«! r'ursyllKi announce the birth of an ll-poiiml !-cn at Illeij 1 \ionn- at Tyler «;<(.- imliiy nlgiii. Mrs. l-'orsythe is lliu formev Miss Mae Wilsun, of Cooler. The bnby ha.s not yet been mimed. Miss Dorothy Still, who Has been visiting friends in Memphis lor day night at tlie school auditorium, under llie direction of 'Miss Mary Sjmmxls. The principal clmrnc- (eis will Ijc piayctt by liiily 1'iazier, Gwendolyn Greer, l'oll> Utah. Paul Bliiko, Huljy Crnlii Clinale Lynch, Chiudc Shaw, HuH Williams, und Jimmy mil. Mr.s. Charles Lane rcltinin Siuidiiy from Jonciboru, whe tin 1 .spent lievcial days as guci. at her mother,- Mrs. Harriett Cilus- A. y. Catehings ts Mr. and Mrs. of Ocorgctown, URE FAST SELLING SPECIALS-Prices Are Always Right At This Store Joe Calchlng.s. .'onie lime, iirrlvcd linmr rrdny j E. l.ce Wilson for II jvenini;. She wa.s accompanied by ivreks. returned him i guest, Ali>s I'rjim-c.s Hanson, of Au. anrl Mrs. ,;. G. Heaters-Circulators-Charter Oak Parlor Furnaces Mr. and Mrs. O. I\ Moss, \vlio have been living in Jonesljoro and Utlle iiock lo r.scveral months, have returned home, Mr. and Mrs. (Mien llwlnlcKlon. wlm \veio in Iliolr home, have moved to ihe|" , , , iMcmpliis, whn spent l!ie week end, K. M. IJellnkey returned homo Sunday from Ciulronilale, 111., where he has ten atlcndlng lo Ouclia Youu^ lut.s ;ax'eiit<'U ;(,•>• Ki.S'i.'jtaiil Noble. Airs. Hobeit E. King, Miss Dimple Pnvndl and Damon Tpllcy, both of Stcele, Mo.; Miss Ella Tanner niitl Leonard Binltli,(phis specialist, dxlay. Her (huigli- both of IforncrSville, Mo.; Miss tcrs. Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thomp- lias Irtcn ill. wns taken lo a Mem- Ada Orange and belli of heic, by James Dales, tiic Kcv. V. E. son and Mrs. Samuel K Morris, aceompantcd her. IJUlterworlh, pastor of the I'ivsl Mr. and Mrs. 13oylc Henderson Chrisllnn church; Miss ChrisUan hnd as Iliclr jjiicslii Sunday Mr. Cllristlnn and Charles Hucknba, and Mrs. Paul Suvage ami Mr. and both of Stccle, by Justice Oscar | Mrs. C. L. I)u«iey, of liipiey. Teim. Alcxiwtler; M!.«s Nettle Self and James Jones, both of Manila. Club Metis Mrs. Doyle Henderson had the Young Matrons Bridge club Tuesday afternoon \vhcn Mrs, Dixie Crawford won the prize, Mudcrin napkins. A molded cheese salad u'ns served with potato chips, date loaf and coffee. Club JlJS Ouesl Mrs. F. B. Joyncr was the sucsl ol Mrs. J. Niek Tnomns whcji she had the Tuesday Contract club tills week. Ciirysanthemutns adorned the luncheon table arranijed for a two course menu. In tlie bridge gm«c Mrs. Harry Kirby won (he prize, 11 bath mm. O. A. Mccls '. The G. A. organization met al. (lie lioaic of Miss Annie Laurie Collins, who is convalescing from an appendectomy, Monday afternoon, 'llierc iverc twelve members juicl visitors HrcEciil. Following Ure program refieshmeiil.s were served by the hostess. W. SI. U. Meets All Circles of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist atlvndaute lo at Cooler. There was Hie AHunnl Uanee, held in Armory hall I'riday evening. Mrs. Dee Collins Miss., who arrived Friday ami will icUirn to iheir home Tliurhday. Mr. and Mra. O, M. Cinrdner, ul Tnuminn, were the uue.sls of Mr. and Mrs, D, N. Morris Sunday. Mrs. Bina Brumim, of Memphis, who has Ircen (he ynest of Mrs. li, he past three ne Saturday, All. anrl Mrs. ,;. c. Ciitlmn, anil Mr. and Mrs, J. It. Cullum, have us Ihclr tuesls Ur. anc! Mrs Cullum and daughter, Myi-laiii, of Nashville, TCIIII. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Uoatli have as their sm-st Mrs. lloucli 1 :;) brother: M. o. IJavittson. of Ue- WiU. Ark. Airs. S. C. Brandon jr., lias re- $ ir Large Combination Healer Extra Heavy Fire Box and Duplex Grates 17 75 Exlra Special Hot Blast llcalcr Best Value 22 In. Wood Heaters , „, ,„„„ ain f (>;7U Circulators, two room size $25.00 Circulators, three room size $32.50 Circulators, (our room size $39.50 CHARTER OAK PARLOR FURNACES, Examine the Exclusive features. It is ihc best value $ 1.95 Oak Heaters, Medium size $ 7.90 George Matthews jr.. of Kansas Jily, Mo., Is visiting his parents ere for several days, lie plans lo cturn Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. will 1.. Bond, of onesboro, were 'here lasl night as nesli of Dra. Carl and Edna Nlcs. I'hey will remove tu .lackson, MIS3., 'he latter part of this week, ivherc licy will make their home. Mrs. 3ond WRS the former Miss Alllicn idwards, of here. Misses Winifred and Dorothy ioodrlch Inive returned borne from Little Rock where they spent the week end visiting friends. Mrs. c. w. liamey and Mrs. II. N. Swearengcr are spending today in Memphis. Steele-Coolci Society — Personal wllli iier .sister, Mrs. James Lcg- getl, ul Columbia, Tcnn. tate Smith weie hostesses lo a mis- linoclis Grain, id Jimmy Gwult on u wi'i'ks liiinl- night., in Armory Mull, in liunoi- ol M,.s. -l-houms Northen,, wl.o Wlls , Mrs. H. M. Lewis ;|-eturncd Sim- from I.litle Rock, wlicre slic Biicst of IICL siiiler, Mrs. Hospital Notes Admitted lo the blyllicvillo hos- Virgin MniisHeid. Ar- rliiby Wilinn Sue Boinm'. 0. V. WilliiiniK, city; Fleming, Hulhinil COOK STOVESRANGES Cast Irini Tlirougliotil IS Inch Oi'en $OA75 Mrs. Abncr Aslicroft. ivlm lins w ., s t ) lc Clnircli incl Moiidny nflernoo 2.30 for the regiilnr Qiblc study. Circle 1 met with Mrs. C. E. Steele girl, nnil Mr. Pete Killoiigb Farks, wllh 12 members, 3 visit- [were married in CarntiiNsvilie Snt- Harrfson-KillnuKh. OfcrtnR-Alexanttcr. Three v.eriding.s of proinin families in the Mnplewood com- iiiunlty came as a great surprise lo friends Saturday. Miss Mildrul Sanderson became (he bride of Mr. Jack Malone in a ceremony performed hi Steclc Saturday morning. Miss Biablo Harrison, former been suffering with ?.ve, Is miicli better. Miss Mnrjorlc Mooie. of ilvmi- boldl, Tenn.. who has visiled in Cdoler for ten diiy.s, where she was the guest of honor at several nleresthii; social events, returned :o her home over the week end. She was accompanied home by Mrs. Ruby finxiks Rushing, who will visit friends In lluniboltlt and Jackson, Tenn., Uiis week. Miss Huby 'Vucker, dmiBhler of Mr. and Mrs. John Tucker, of Cooler, underwent a lonslleutomy at McUaniel Clinic Montlay. Mrs. Clarence Polk left "Friday for her home at G'uimluu, after a visit here. Anu-r Axbill liiis accepted a position in Lee Wilson's store at Wilson. Mrs. Azbill and children will remain here Uir two weeK.S before moving to Wilson. 29 i, Huffman; Nancy fjouhhis, city; Miss Fannie Lynn BHscu- nc, student nurse. Dismissed: Mrs. C. M. Stiles, ly; M. Trstimony (^ost Cup $:t UOS'fON tui')—II cost Palrol man i'lioinns P. Johnston $;i to testily Hgiilnsl a man he arrested. Johnston inul iini'kcd Ills iniloma- bile outside HID coni'llioiisc. Tlitr S.'i was a line for a purkliig violiilidii. TOO I,ATI-; TO UI.ASSIl'V unlay aflcrnoon. Miss Marie oferhig Rock. Ark., and Ancll of Little Alexander, ors, and one ne\v member, Mrs. R. W. Wouton, present. Mrs. R. L. Rcctfcr led the devotional,"Home". Mmcs. Alfrctl Carpenter, M. G. Oiiilaiv, itiid R. li. Shcppard, prayed. Following the study hour rcIrcshmciilA of Ktiiclwlclics and liol coffee were served. Circle 2 met with Mrs. Alvin Holly. Mrs. Hcrchcl Smnvl l«l In prayer. Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon led Ihc Bible lesson oil Psalms. Tile meeting was closed with sentence prayers. A salad course was served during the social hour. . Circle :i mel at ihe churcli ivitli Mrs. Tom Jackson leading the dovolional. Mrs. A. C. Blaylock led in prayer. Mrs, Alvin Hiilfiiian, using Ihc V4Ui Chapter of Romans, Tom Frank, and Mrs. J. I'. Vick- Icd tlie devolional. The meeting icy. was closed with a prayer led by son of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Alexander, were married Saturday evening- All Ilireo couples plan to make tbolr homes on farms In the Maplewood commnnily. Mrs. o. A. Dmiivant «-«s hostess to ten members and three guests ul Ihc Woman's Missionary .society n; her country home Monday niter- noon. The guests were Mrs. T. II. Kilmi. Alr.s. Edgar German, and Mrs. Jack Kekhinn. Tlie. World Outlook im^rum Given by Mrs. M. A. Massey. Mrs Mrs. T. H. * ? « • Moorc-Uean Mr. and Mrs. W. Moore an- .r.oimcc the marriage of their daughter. Miss 1'caH. of Blytlic- vilic. to Mr. E. L. Clean,-of Gtcclc, Wo. The ceremony was performed by the Hey. C. C. Barnhail, of Cariilhcrsvilif. qii Kovcmber 2. MiK Moore has been employed as bookkeeper by the Phillips. Pclrol- .Mr. aiici Mis. John German. Miami Mrs. Gerald Urooks, and Mrs. Raymond Brooks attended (lie celebration in lllylhevillc Monday afternoon. Jack Manning, Albert Unpack Shirley Smith, and Jack Uo»d> nttcmtcd the American legion crl- ebralion in Poplur Hlutl over tin- week end. Tlie Ucv. M. A. Mussty, Mr. :w\ Mrs. Gerald Brooks, and Mrs. N. Johnson attended a church meet in? Wilson Society — Personal WANTED Fur highest prices on Pectins see Wolf Arip.n. 128 E. Main. Me kl-t cum,Company. Mr. Gcan is manager of the Phillips "C8" slate line service station. ; ; Mr. Ocan and liLs bride are leaving today, for. « motor' trip Tenn.. after a month's visit iwrr tluovislv the U\o Grande valley She was accoihpanic'd by her sls- and Old Mexico, mid, upon llicjr'lrr. Mrs. II. ,\. sjjelic'c.'as far as at Hayti Monday evening. Mrs. T. D. ilm-diuc left day for her home lit Uuvrc On'j hundred fifty members ni- ended the meeting of the Parent, Teachers' Association at Wilson ichoot Thursday night. The Faili- rs «-crc lii charge of the pro- ram, subject of \vliicli was, "Our JchooJidg and P;cpiu'allon FIH- ,ile." In the recent membership irivc tyu members were enrollivl. The [ouri-h gratie won the nt- cndance prize, and - also ranks ne hundred per cent, with all KnTiit.s being members of tlie P. Mrs. Joe Ca!diinp>'. (if (ieor^e- own, Miss., and Mrs. A. J. Haiu- Iton. o[ ISajsctt, and Mrs, D. N. Mums. were, quests wlnni Mrs. [ Areliibald CatchhiBs enlerlaincd j lilt.- members of ttic Wcdm-sdiiy- Urldw Club Monday nltcriumn. j J. It. Crain held high score, j • * ' i be Clypsy nover." H musical j comedy in .| jiels. will )n> given fi-i-l A Tlirce Days' Cough ! Is Your Danger Signal) cl Ihi'iii i;rt a Mran^lo Iwl'l. lHi;lil them miiokly. Creounil- slon combines '( helps in one. I'ov,- etfnl but haiinlcss. I'Ua.sant lo take. Nu narcotics. Vuuv uwn dru^- sisl ix juitliurlKed l<i irfcnd your monry nn Hie spol if your eoiiRli or cold is not rclicvcil by Ci'CD- nuil^ion. GOOD COLOR:! In checks, it's called "Health" In shuts, it's called — A hrjiul new tine of sni.irt c o I o r c il weaves.. .per- K icgcl to (;ivc that omum- i/ctl fit. You'll look better (in fact, you'll look your Iil-:ST)ln one of new Ricgcl Shirrs. All mliir-[nsl,s.inf»rivcd. full!iioricd,i*ilorcdlo fit without hiilfiinK < J r wrinkling. Try our wulc variety of Mylcs: The Itonlcv.irtl, the Tiih, ihc Top- Hrcsscd, or ru]l-St,in.liul ate may appeal [o vim. .( MJ* tvji ttlltr in j Kilt*/ Wit ATLANTIC RANGES KS int'li liroliu.s, lu'iivy duplex Kniltis—Tlio IJCH! biiliiiij! 1 i-aiijri; by iitlual cxiJt-ricncc—Aladc in |il;iin t;is( iron, nickle trim, suini-cnanu-l ;iinl full ennniL'1. Uni|iic.slioiiiil)l.v iho best viilncs (in'ci'ed. The price begins, for the plain, al No. 7 Cook-Cast Special Range,.all cast iron, heavy grates $24.75 ROMIC RANGE C! Si:' W?S£fvS^* $26,75 CHARTER OAK RANGES Are Also On Display Kitchen Cabinets-Porcelain Top Tables SPECIAL $4 £fcQC Green & Ivory Cabinet v .... ,.$15.75 Porcelain Top Tables ' " ". ^ 4AS Utility Cabinets, Green & White, Large, $6.90, small $ 5.80 Green & IVORY' CABINET Breakfast Room Suites-Dine! Suites Natural & Green Oak, Drop Leaf, 5 pcs. Special Value '."..' ." ."I "."..~ .."""..."LS13.50 Green Oak, extension, 5 pcs. $16.75 Unfinished, drop leaf Table, 5 pcs. .$ 8.75 Dinet Suites—Dining Room Suites—specially priced. See and examine them. CHAIRS-ROCKERS Cane Chairs 5 .90 Good Chairs, not cane Maple Rockers $ 1.95 Upholstered Rockers See other Rockers and chairs. An assortment to select from. Overstuffed Lvg. Rni. Suites, priced from $29.75 Felt Base Rugs, 9x12, good quality Special prices on ARMSTRONG QUAKER Rugs. Select patterns ....$ .85 $ 3.95 ....$ 4.95 lece Bed Room Suites Uayucs 'KAYSERETTE" SLEEPERS)* Chairnirig feminine styles, trig tailored (~?\/^™r\ numbers for lounging and sleeping. \ /nj" Easy fo wnsh—no Stoning necessary! M). \\ \yf '•• \ JACK APPLEBAUM 2 RINGS FREl THIS Ifi I'OSITIVKLY TIIK |,AST WKEK OF THK MKKIUAN DIAMOND GOXH'ANV.S DIAMOND COPIES ADVEHTISINCi CAM- PAIOK IN HLYTHEVILLE. To sliuiiilatc 1 this niH-crlisiiie evtnt. Iliu Mpxicrm Uinmond Co. \viio(i Mr. Sid SUIi'ti- bt^rj;. Ihr-lr rrpiT.scnlJilivr, lo jiivr ;iti ; lillS Will! Ihr pwrelvftM' (if CIVCll fCUVt\>iH. VV;' IMC sclliiii; ;\ regular S2.W) scnifptn for V.I tnu.s. Wr liiivc Itcrii (iivln? ;i Mexican lir- lilitu Dininoinl Itini: I-'UEB \vilh ciicli inn. Unt now ui> aip inkliiiK :i htiiuUluI eiiivci: wi'ridlni! iii)B us n special liitlucciueiil olfci 1 tli" las! itt't'k of Iliis MiiMitlonnl silc. To t«Kv nrtvanlags ol Uiis sonsullDiiiil oiler, you must, kring Uiis ad with >'ou. Siiturclay Is I'usilivcly llic Last hay I'iii.s is join" last cluiucu lo see llic vepllcrts u[ the uorlii', luiiiniis lilMui'ii'iil dluiuoiHlh on disiiliiy. Conic :nul nijuy Uii> crtiK-aliuiiitl (rent. IT'S I'HKK! Robinson Drug : : ??sS ! S M\ \\'$ ^ f il ,'/li'i^ ,»-.'V;-r- The Bcsl Value liver 01! fcvcd in Blyllicville Considering Quality—Specially priced al 29 75 17 other patterns all.priced low for the quality, consisting of Walnut Veneers, Solid Walnuts, Nctllcwood, Shaded Brown EJm ;l Hawaiian Walnut. SEE THEM—You will be convinced. They nre selling— MATTRESSES-SPRINGS 50-L1). Cotton Mattresses S 5.95 55-I,b. Plated Felt, Extra quality $ 7.95 Coil Spring, Special Heavy Coil on Frame $ 2.95 $ 5.75 Every Day A Sales Day Good FURNITURE Moderately Priced ^

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