The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 15, 1934 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 15, 1934
Page 3
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THUKSDAy, NOVEMBER 15, 103-1 m,YTHliViU,iii, (AKK.) COUmiSlt WISH'S Social Calendar FIUIJAY'S li VENTS The Executive Hoard of the. W. M. U. will meet ill 2:30 lU the. home of Mm. U. W, Mnllins. Lake Street Methodist church w. M. S. having stiver ten nl home ot Mrs. Gearyc Slmnks. 101 W. Rose, 2:30 pin. TUESDAY'S EVIiNTS American Legion Auxiliary meeting :lt hill, 7:39 fl.lil. KnliTlaining Choir Members of the choir ot 1'irst Baptist, ehiirch will be „..„. o. ll>e liev. and Mrs. Alfred Car pcnter lor a parly this evening the Ciirucmcr home. Bits oj News Moslly Persona! Mrs. Allen lliKldleslon yesterday iu Memphis. mcrlamcdTBgUMtSBttliojlainul « note telling how to lm,[ Judge awl Mrs. 2nl B. lliurisim ncl Mrs. A. B. Holland were in Memphis Wednesday. f~Miss Leone Callicott will leave (Ills nriornouti tor Nnilirille. Teim., where she will attend the Vandcr- i Ml -Tennessee football eainc. Kusscll I'liil.'ips attended to uus- Comnninity House, in Luxora. willi a bridge party, Wednesday atler- noon. HlglV score prl-« L , n Suiulny night <!lsh, was awarded Mrs.' Ribcr jWhite. of Osceob; second high, a I console iet. was won by Mrs. W. siienV; 1 * 0 " Smith, of lil.vthevlllc; Mrs. G. G. Candill, Hlytlicville, won third a | She nlwi ;i)|H'ii tin' of niLseelliumnis I', li. 0. llus A Luncheon Meeting Mrs. li. K. Kirshncr ; uul Mrs. ill 'incss in Memphis Wednesday. Mrs. Fielder Perry is a patient al the Memphis Baptist hospital. Mr. ami Mrs. Russell Phillips lire among the Blylhcvillc Walker II. tinker entertained mem- bets of the P. K. O. with a lunch- euii iiiCTiinii Wednesday at the Kirshner home. I'oi- tin- hmehcon table cenlcr- and pink (lowers. After the two course hmchcon Mrs. W. Al. Williams told of the Smithsonian In- nt Washington in which she will to Nashville for fcotball name Saturday. They will am '~ Sliced, Mrs. also visit Mrs. Phillips' mother ail Mrs - Carl Slokes. and Miss~°vh-- tilijh, a nit glass basket; fourth -...„.. was won by Mrs. J. W. Whilworlh, of Molt. Ark., who received it silver cream and sugar service 1 ; candle slicks were uiui Ellas, of Luxora. Out of town guests at the parly were: Mrs. Allan Wi\llon. Mrs. lid- Bar Uonnn, Mrs. U. Hlghflll, Mrs. 0. O. Ciuiditl. Mis. w. U'on Smith. helned Bills. Airs. Norlliem Mr. and M fs . ).'. M. Pulley :n, Icdny celehralliiK their 31st wedding aimlveisary with a dinner »t llicd- home lierc. Twenty-live b'mU lire intending. Mr. I'Hllcy is drgmty murshal ui Stcclc. Miss Dorothy Yciigcr and Hax- Soul ler-ill-law, Mis. Alum Mis. Edith Boston, ot Rutherford, Te-nn., arrived Tuesday for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Boston while intending to business on iH'i- farms. Mrs. K. Buys and daughter, Oraldine. I'uiuiiliixl an eye spccialls-l In tilyihevilk' Wednesday afternoon lor Cieraldiiic. Dr. and jvks. j. A. Snlibu, of le, were miesls of Mr. mid Ktinry Tuesday evening. liraf/fjadocio Miss lira Holt is livhiii In Car- iillier.svlIU', where she has ucei'pl- cn a position, Howard linwcllc and Jolin Oaks, "i Memphis. s|x-nt the week einl PAGK Mrs. mail at dm home of Miss „„„,„.. Dye, Tuesday iiflcrnooii, The bride mis pi-ttsenlcd with mniiy bcaull- ful and useful clfts. Mrs. TUlnian wns, before her i-cccnl nmrrliw Miss Onal Albright, dauKhtcr of Mi-, mid Mrs. Jim Aim-lulu, of Ilils community, and 11 niembct- of the Sophomore clnss. Miss QUITO Croivo left fur Memphis Salimlny where she will con- Uniie her beauty course. n»'iin!e;l Aire. j. H'.jc-lal cvnils In lilythevHIe this w.'vk I for winners of the American I. ion beamy Aliss V™™ u M was chosen „., winner of second nuih < e place. Mis ' s ''".VIIK-II Williams, of While M,V ^"";ry"T"" '" '*•'"" °"" 1 "' s ' s ".VIIK- iams, of While \ ,?' ?' , Cek ; M ' Sl Pto >' d White, Oak, Mo., is housegiiest, of Mr. ami | Mrs. ji. o. l>m-tlo«- nii:l Ali.s.s Helen' Alice Slernbcrg, ot Hlyldeville- Mrs 11. liliickwood, Miss Tiico- M. Judyson, Miss Gladys her AnnorM h. giiiia Black of Memphis; Mrs. 'I'eini., has arrived for n visit with' Mr. and Mrs. j. r). stcadman Mrs. G. S. Williams, Mrs. Lou- ISL ' cll "!"»an and Mrs. E. L. Halo i j s in al |Bclva Martin, of Kcnnett. Mrs. Dwlghl II. Blncku spent Wednesday in Mcniphis. especially elaborated upon the art mi'.seum. i n ^. „,.,, , -* —...j^*, TLre were ten members p,,s-1 ^^ r l^K salcsniati. H osl- Davis- Hal I Miss Frances Hall daughter of Mrs. Dora Wright and daiHitcr :n:d ISeeictL Davis, of the same, community, were united in mar- rii'.Kf- Wednesday. The Itev. G rover Sutherland. Blythcvillc Methodist, c.rcnit pastor, itcrformccl the ceremony at his home. They will reside on their farm •it Promised Land. Armim-l (liri •Seoul* iMecl Tile Aimorcl Girl Scouts had ll:cir weekly mccling Wednesday, In Hie busineEs session ttie scouts .'.elected Ihe type o f work to do lor which they will receive merit badges. Miss Clarice Kennedy condiict- ej the business mcetins;. Miss Era. had as (heir guests the nrel of the week, Mr. and Mrs. Quint McFaddcn. and MLss Elizabeth Reed, of Trimble, Tenn. who returned home today. H. c. Itnappctibcrgcr attended to businct.s in Memphis yesterday J. Nick Thomas jr., of Memphis will spend Ihe week end at home' Mrs. H. II. Ilouchlns is in Little Rock with her mother, Mrs p u Underwood, who is ill. •» | W. A. Jopiin, or Canitliersvlllc,' '"0.. is tlie guest of his sister, Mrs James B. blark, Air. Jopiin, . and Mr. Clark. . . who tvas stricken ft: several days aco. is now imm-ovin j).ut will convalesce here Mrs. John L. Hnley and Mrs fatcvc Goodwin, of Memphis, are guests or Mr. and Mrs. Elton w Kirby for several days. Miss Almiria Doyd. accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Parker, of j • •- yesterday foi- Brazil. ^ C fe" «";; ''l!™...? 110 . »?« 1K "» guest CoiHinunily Craft l-.veliaiisc lo ltc-ii]icn. The Coininunity Craft ^. ,,.,„. , sponsored by Mrs. zal B. Harri-j of Hcnrv Brandcnbui sons circle of the First Prcsby-' days. ' tcrian ciiurch auxiliary, will be re- Mrs. Will opened Saturday in the Golf Ho- Cafces, candies and oilier food ^ Mrs. D. Cnllcns and Miss Mable mith entertained at the armory J^uesday night in honor of Mrs. Thomas Northern, who before her ir.arriusc was Miss Golda Marhall. One hundred and twenty five guests were present. Mrs. Ed. Marsh sang "I Love Von Truly." Little Miss Altie Mae Patterson sane two songs. Little Miss Martha Ware nob- bins, (laughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. for several -.. Crowder and dau«h- ters, Misses Doris and Imo^cnc were called to Uooncville, Ark° today by Ihe critical illness of jinjl liimtiB-ork will be for sale from soii and brotner,""waiterCro 'vder" J until a p.m. women arc invited to place their wares here for sale The exchange win nLso be opcii on Wednesday before llianksglving. Has Clul,. Mrs. Joi,,, L . pj, 1[cy nlu , Mrs Eleven Goodwin. of Memphis. loiiEcgucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Elton «. Kirby. were guests of Mrs w II. Minyard v.-hcn she had the Wednesday Bridge club. A two course whic faKi Osceola Society — Personal the prize, flowers. in which •renca Vollmer won hanrt-made realistic - 1 "-. a ml .llrs. IValcrmai, Will Have Dana- at Silver Slipper. i^ir. and Mrs. j. A . Waterman, formerly of this city and now of Memphis, will celebrate Mr water- mans birthday with ;, dance at the bilvcr Slipper Night club of Memphis Tuesday. November 20 Unique invitations h ave been sum to a number of their Biylhe- villc friends svho are included in Ihe tiicsl lint, of several hundred 'he monoanimmcd notes give the message in rhyme with the first Idlers of the lines spelling "Jonn Waterman.'' •Son Horn. A son was torn to Mr. and Mrs Clifford Cavitt Monday nii>lit. The baby, who weighs eight pounds, has not bceji named. I Building craftsmen uf Osccoiii • u '°re guests at a dinner "iven bv "ifnu was served the Osceola i.,,mh, r L^^, 7, company Kramer's cafe Tuesday night. Among the 40 guests were plumb- era, painters. carpenters, paper hangers, and electricians. William Anderson, director of the recmployment agency here, was the principal speaker on the .program, which was based on the National Housing Act, including explanation of the government loans and method of obtaining them. Mines. Jesse Brown, Joe Hires Unnc Walters, and Misses Maxlnc Brown and Caric Mac n. i,. Williams. Miss Louise Sloan, of Hivytt, is euest of her sister. Mrs. Altnm Tolberl and Kelley Plummcr. and Miss nbv 1-ee Williams were six o'clock din nei- Wftliaiiis of Mr. and Mrs. V. II Monday. They all iilli'ml- . cd the American Lesion Virginia lilackwood. of , , . and Mrs. lielva -Martin, of Ken-1 Gaslou Brawn tiett. are euests of Mrs. Lun Wil-l Southern attended lla " ls - Memphis Tuesday. and to b and Mrs. Hugh D. Thomason, fortncrty of Osceola, and now of Meridian. Miss., spent Thursday here attending to business. Mr. Tliamason is now employed as traveling auditor by the Mississippi organization of the PER A. Earnest liunis arrived home Tuesday evening from Louisiana. Mis. C. J. Crane jr.. and daughter. Joan, of Blylheville, were tin HnnuM-. »l Mrs. Biissi-Hr. Miss Nula CirliLsii'iKi, ivho Is em- oyed in Ihe D.-erlnv; M'hon), vis- MaiTy Doris and weik-cnd. •III.H Norma Holt,'who Is teach- m&! al llragu Ciiy. was home over the week en<l. Manuel May arrived homo Tues'•«y from San .Francisco. C.'allim- »'«, whi'iv hi; -linsi heeu empluyeil | Mrs. l.uc-llle Hunter and lumllv •en for Mnnjihls- .Monday, wlieiv "!'T will make theli- hoiu'e. Mrs. Lucille limner nn,i faintly Mr. mid Mrs. Howaid ilusselle' •nid .small son. John Oaks, Miss Horn Keirsey. and forbln Jo Gal- ii'lUM', wen! dinner ,;nesls of Miami Mis. A. p. Hm-kaba ami family Sunday. "David Ilarmn" «],s shown bv M- B. Lewis Tuesday night lor tliii lii-ncfit of tl-.e Girls and i k'ravcl pit , live mile.'; south- OHSI, of Albert, Lea, Minn., 1103 yielded four skeletons believed to Illuckwaler News 'I'hi 1 Uev. J. it. Cuiiiilnuhnin uiui he Hev. W. M. i>,, ru . r . llll(1 Au . .'-s?'«'"k."" ni1 ' W01 ' 1 ' "' MI " lmV " i* r!!^?i!V\ k «'»^r'^i! te rcinnanU of a va,c<j .which Implied Minnesota Mar« : <tii6 dlaiw. Riiil Mr. and Mr.s. Atiury Drailfoni' ntM M ' I>01 ' U ''' k '" T "»rMl:iy foi'- toe re""' '°r*'' Slt '" S l ' hlll! ' L ' 11 ""'Mr. and M,-S. Leomm •••I'l'iu .Saturday tl[ Scol( Stecle-Cooler Society — Personal K. Hi own Wednesday. Mis. n. R. Marshall and MIS. fl. L. Williams wcfc visitors in Hlytheviile Monday cvciung. , Misses Jidlictc Frank and ] Harper, of Stall! Teachers Co Cape Girardcan. spent last ' end here with their parents. i Miss Helen Copeland is makim;! her home in Cooler willi her .sis- i f,,. 0 , 1 ''* '» > s . Ml'. and" Mn. »• harlle Crunch. Miss i, : ni,-a Henderson Bl ieiu Cnil'l. " i|ilu w1 " 1 ' Vl(s -' i I-'ay WHY CHEWED LAXATIVE Is More H.'althful Bates Bedspreads AKK AS GAV AS A I'MASANT'S 1'ETTICOAT AND AS KASIJIONAULI-; AS A Is'1C\V HAT I'lUiMHOSK—Colorful ;ind vi-ry dicerful, Hovt-ii iii c'risj) ml (mi. Ifltic, Kose, Cold, llcliu, (Ji-fi'ii ninl I'c'iich (JUAKANTIilll) ISOill SUNl'AST AND Tlllll-AST JACK APPLEBAUM The Koine uf Nallunally Advertised rrwliicl . Robliins, dressed a bride. , . entered tile room and gave a reading, after which she "presented the bndc with her bouquet which con- MALARIA Speedy Relief of Chills and Fever iXm't lei Malaria tear you apart, ii-ith its racking chills and burning, fever. Trust to no home-made or! mere makeshift remedies. Take the; medicine prepared especially for| Malaria — Grove's Tasteless" Chilli Tonic. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic I rive.s real relief from Malaria be-| cause it's a scientific combination i oi tasteless quinine and ionic iron. The quinine kills the Malarial in the blood. up the system and helps fortify against further attack. At Uic first sign of any attack af Malaria take Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic. Better still lake it regularly during the Malaria .season lo ward oIT the disease. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is absolutely harmless and tastes good. Grove's Tnulcless chill T.oim ami come* in two sues, 50c and $1. The SI sm: contains K limc.s as much as the 50c size and gives you 25% more for your money. Gel a bottle today at any drug store. —Adv. 15 "Archer stockings /cop into ilie limelight via the slit s!yrl The new sliifts of the stocking for inatrv a KW the Archer Stockings wliith wo offer ;iro sty led lor every occasion. Priced J torn 89 c to $1,65 Head Courier News Want Ads. • ^ Your own drus?in is jutnoriied to cheerfully refund your money on the spot if YOU are nor fciimd bi r '~—••!"-- U rctelfy costs so iiltlc Notice of Deliiiquent Tax Sale Tin' l;nuls ;ind lots uml parls <,[ !nls n-liirm-,1 (K-lintuK-nt in Mississi|ipi t-'ounly for (he year lil.'H, (,, K e(Iu'r will, (liv liiv.s ,m,l ,,,,«,lii cs c | iarRC ,| thereon Hj-'rcwihle („ ] ; ,w, ;,ri' conlai.icd and doscril.«| i,, a list or ri'u>rd ')« Hie in the office «f (he Clcrli of Ihe Co.inlv (; ()I1 rt; .-,„,! 1M)liri , is hereby «iv,n I,, all parlies ir, inlcrcsl thai said several iracls. lots ,,r Paris of lots, or »„ nim'h ihert-nf «s may be necessary U, , liiv the l«xe«, penallicH am! cosls due (heron,,, will he .,,1,1 l, v Ihe Coiml.v liillcctur nl Ihe Cnurl II (HI .se in said Ciiunly „„ l \ l)V e,nl,er 1!). liKil unless (he said tuxes, penalties ami cnsls are <-har,,e,J UKT,-,,, ttt , miMc '" ' :IW - ' 1C er<)rt ' lh «l <in,e; and lh»l Ihe sale will he eonliiuieri fn, m tiny („ day unlit Ihe said Irads. lots and parls nf Inis he .s«l,l. Fred Fleeman County Court Clerk Announcing this Season's FINAL REDUCTIONS On Ladies Ketidy-io-Wcur and Vilalily SJioes sto Beaut i I'll I Fur-Triinnicd Winter Dress Coals ?^. s. as ;:;;;! ^i^ u ^r - tan ot wuir ' — »19.7S Coins lied need To &H<1.75 \Voolen Dresses "Sporl Town l''rock.s" These are tricky slylss thai are different, in plain colors and plal.l combinations. $12.75 to SH.7f> Values FINAL UKDUCTION S8.75 aiul S9.9S Fashion iVInifl Dressoi 'I'liat l-'il and Clean Well ?G.!)0 lo §8.7r> Values FINAL UICDUCTION SH.9S &[.% $5.95 (loats - Swa^ci:'Suits All ?2!1.75 to §3-1.75 Colits iind Swagger Suits I'MNAL RKDUCTIOiV $22.75 and §24.75 . All 918.75 Lo $24.75 Coats . and Swagger SniUs KINAL RKDUCT10N 114.75 and §16.75 - I CillOUl' Sl'OKT COATS - UKOKKN LOTS ? 12.75 to $18.75 Values ' KJNAL liUDUCTION ' SU.95 §].0.75 .$13.75; lii!V Hediiclions in Other (iroiips .if Silh Crepe Dresses. All Colors. Sixes 12 („ 52, We also have new arrivals ol' Dresses in Slreel, Dinner and Evening Styles on Special Sale lieaiitirul Assortment of New Millinery. Kid f;i«rc.«, f'urscs V""• VITALITT HEALTH SHOES All $6.00 and §6.75 Vitality , • biioe.s - ^inal Keduelion - fr|.95 Vilalily Black Sport. Oxlorck One lot of broken sixes. ?0 To Close Out At AH Other Makes SUtl and Sij.oii «|,,,es - - Final Ued.idimi - S:»,| 5 NEW ECONOMY SHOP Lacalcd in Ingram Flioia- 051

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