The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 22, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 22, 1934
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•PAGE TWO JiUTIIEVMfM (ARK.) COUUIEU NEWS a £^ i ( r-~<^~* t^uj^S^ Social Calendar MUDAY'S LVENTS U, D. c. haying benefit card par y al home 6i Mrs. A. M. Uutt, ;m p.m. Woman's club meeting, 3:30 p.m. The Prayer Croup of Ibc I'resby- tcriari Auxiliary will meet at' 2:31) p.m. at Ihe cliurcli. Council Meets. 't lie Woman's council of the First Christian church met al the home of Mrs,' V. E, HuUenvorth Monday nueinoon with-twenty members present, In a social meeting. 'Mrs. J. C, Kins, Mrs. Jonn C. McHaney, ana Mrs. Cecil, Lowe gave a burlesque on tne members present, in- cluaing Rev. and Mrs, liuUcrwortn. A contest in 1'rovcros was neld, wltn Mis. L. L. Ward and Mrs. Koomson capiitin of the two sides, 'me contest, was won by the side captained by Mrs.'Ward, who were pit-seined with a vase. Relrcsinncnts of gingerbread mm eonce were served. Business VVomcti's Club Studies "Charm." Mrs. S. S. Biernucig conducted the study 01 "Charm" ul tlic business ana Professional Women's cluo meeting Monday evening at.the Hotel Noble. j , _! * * * ~~ Mairiagc Licenses Issued. Among vnc liiarmge licenses recently i^sueii irom tnc Blytlieville omcc of tnc county court clerk were to; Miss Nanmo A. People, of this city, und Shelby UHHIIKI, of Tuck- cnnali; Miss Dorotliy L. Keller ami John u. jiisio. botli of Memphis, by Justice Oscnr Alexander; Miss >'iojd MCAm-oth and Frank Henry, boin 01 Manila; Miss Secel Fiec- inan and uoynioiin MCMasicr, botl) of Manna; Miss liccda Wise and John K bpicer, both of here, by me Re\: V. E. Ctallnnt, pastor ol tne Lasc Sstrcet M. K. cnurcn; Mrs tsthcr smith Bryant, and Oien R Anderson, bovli ol here; Miss Addle May Bailey and Frank Bisnop, both ot Den; Miss kuc-y Watte ana Lawrence Urigancc, both ol here; illss Jonnnic WrlghV and J. D. Stamcy, both of Dell. Dy Justice C. C. Marrs; MJ5S Dorotliy I'OM'ers and Charles Dorougn, boin of Hermondale, Mo., by Justice Oscar Alexander; Miss ulcnolia Bnltmiilt and Noble riding- tori, both ot Uixora; Mrs. .Edirn Ausorook and-! Hubert wlllyard, both, of Yarbr»,i by the Rev. '!'. H. Shepherd; Miss Sylvia Fleemaii and E. B. Davidson, both'of Miinlla; Miss Bcrnicc 'CAinnhan and Harmon Neal, both of CaruthcrsvlUc, by the Rev. E.'s. Campbell. tljthcvillc Women Atttnd D.A.R. Party The benefit bridge luncheon, given by the William Strong chapter of the D.A.R. Wednesday al the Hotel Pcabody, Memplils, was attended by Mmes. James B. Clark, Charles L. Wylie, Hiram Wylic, L. S. Brlscoe, James Hill jr. G. G. Caudill, Gutlirtc King, Fred Rutherford, Howard Proctor and Misses Cora r .tce Coleman. Winifred and Dorothy. Goodrich and Miss Mena Hogan of Little Rock, houseguest of; ; Miss Coleman. president; Miss SVlntlrcd Cloodrlch secretary; M lss A) | co FJsli| | mwsm .. er. Mrs. Wilson Henry Is sponsor. There are now 15 member*. Meetings lire to I) C held ciich Monday evening in homes of mcm- (wi 1 * 1 . i'lie first presentation will be Given Wednesday evening at, the l-'lrst MclluxllH church wlicn members of the church wlli have a sup- l>er. The club is open to anyone cnr- Ing to join. ". T. 11. Has I'arly. The "Jnsl Frleiws" group of tho • 1. U. In the First Baptist, «nurt;i had a jwuy -i-nosrtay evening «t llio liome of MISS Jcssalyn Blomcyer, Games, contests und piano selections by Miss Kathenuc Walpole provided entertainment lor the 30 present. Sandwiches, potato clilps, cnndy and cocn coins were served. oj Mostly Personal Miss Menu Hogiiu ol Utiie. Rook, (tisinci home detmwsliiutuii agcm, Is In Mississippi county lor a tew days wiih Miss Cora Lee Oolcmon, county agent. Mrs. J. u.'vvebu, wno Is ill at Ihe Hi. Bernard lios|>!lal. Joncs- boro, wlicrc .she uucUinveiit operntlon, In dally Improv " ins. Her daughter, Mrs. "uicy McAdams, Is with Jicr. Miss Hobble King, v.ho Is 111 at [he mytiicvlile hos)iital because 01 ulnicncd knee, is now Improv- J. M. Cookc and C. H.~ Cole mail* ot Curutncrsvlllc, Mo., attended to business here, today. Anna LOU Wilson; daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wilson, who wits badly burned several weeks ago. Is slowly improving, she was piny- ing wlta her, (log In Ills house when a match Isnitco the cotton used lor Hie dog's bed. Her arms and nose have healed 1 from Miclr burns but both legs aio yet, bndly seared. W. J. Knbx, who has been con- iiltti to His nbnu! jor several u.iys uccausc ot iiincss, Is able to !« out. MIS. h. Siipniun ami MIS. u. 0 . Lewis ale icuunniy lo bi At the evening show Miss Cox ilerlalncd her adult friends with a free show, . At intermission be- •eti Die first ami wcond sm>*s Mrs, L. s. Mitchell presented Miss Cox a Inrgc number of gifis from various organizations and ninny in- •Mvlduals here. 'I'hc i'rcsbytcrliin, Mcthoillst, Hap- tlsl, and Episcopal diuretics, progressive club, jjaslcrn Slur, mid 1'.T. A. gave a bouutllul Iwmiuet cloth w'illi napkins, pillow cases, dresser and bullet scarf to match.. From (mllvtrlimls she received linmlkn-- ohlcfs, liose, nn eleclrlc percolalor and many other usclul gifts. The Wilson P.-T. A., football learn, Eastern Slur und Methodist Missionary society B avc Miss Cox a pair of silver candelabra. 'I'hc Osceolii-Lnxoia nrldge club inel at tlic home of Mrs. Russell nowen al Luxora last night. Mrs. s. L. Olaihsli won Inc ladles high score prize, nn Inlaid Japanese tray, and Jesse Drown won tlic lilKli score prize for the men, a cigarette holder. John Miller lias relumed home ittcr having spent some time in .ha Dycrslmrg hospital with a tprnlncrt hip as result of u fall from ' car. Miss Bernyce Muelhir of Green Hay, WIs., is the -guest of Mrs. R. A. Cai-Uvright und Mrs. John iVIiltc mid family. Mrs. Paul Luster went lo Mein- >h!s today to ue with lur husband who has been oiKrnled on for ap- lendlcitls at the Methodist hospi- al. Mrs. C. L. Jenkins Is a Memplils I'lsltor today. October Driest Monllt DALLAS. Tex. lUPI — October va s the driest here It lias IJFCD for 20 ycars-aiKl Una's as'fur back is, the weather bureau records go. Uiirlng the entire month there was inly .1) of an inch rainfall recorded igalnst a iiomml fall for October >f 2.71 inches. . alter several days slay vvitn Ji: here. Mrs. faapnian 101-- meriy rcsiiied in . tils cny. ' 'ra- ,lus have accepted positions \vun the 1'ox studios with nciiaijiun-ters in Memphis, and ure now worKitm hi towns In m e tri-states. Judge G. E. Keck, who has been "I Irom influenza, is now aolc to ue out. He will go lo Lake city Monaa r for a IVMKS term of criminal division of circuit court. Usceoia Society — Personal Forty ladies from rerc attended 'he D. A. II. Jiincneon and bciiclit . . . . eon an ciicli The 40 "tables were arranged in! brl<| S c nt the Hotel Peiibody i Ifi . ripnrpinll rnnn. it.l*.*.... '~ t ____ AlCttlDllL': Worlllncrlm. r.f. n ».. n _.. the Georgian room where a two course menu was served. Herman Waldman and his. orchestra were heard during lifcich, In the bridge games there were attendance prizes and prizes of vases for each lablc. Among the Blytheville women Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Proctor won attendance prizes nnd Miss Winifred Goodrich Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Brlscoe rccclv- ca prizes for high score at their tables. Proceeds from this a I fair will be Placed in the, fund for expenses of the state D.A.R. meeting to be held at Jonosboro in the early spring nhen El>the\llle and Jones- horo will be joint, hostesses. Members of the chapter are made up of women In' Mississippi, Poinsclt and Crittendcn counties ansas, and Memphis. In Ark, . It was decided lo make this affair an anhuni event. > * * ntlphlans Stidy M«sscHiiil The life of Mussolini was studied oy 11 members of Ihe Delphian Fine Arts club In a meeting yesterday at the Hold Noble Mrs Rltej B Jones, leader dis- cf&sed "Mussolini as a Man." She spoke of his parentage, his father ""ing been a blacksmith and nls mother a school teacher she cohered his lite until the world «ar period in «hlch she spoke ol him as a school, then n newspaper editor and later taking «p military hfc al Verona, Italy where » barracks is named for him "Mussolini ai a Dlrtator' was gnen by Mrs Elton W Klrby who told of him from the time lie-ic- lurned home from the world war p41e and bounded, dp to the present day She spoke of the three periods iu his life, beginning when he made his first and mtld ad- tijess to parliament ~ . . Wednesday afternoon, They were: Mmes. W. K. Johnson, p. j. semmcs jr., Cnaries Rose, Kuth-Itale Carlisle, Homer Qulnn, C. ii. Driver, Snow Wilson, Frank Williams, Guy Bryant, j. H. flook J. H. Lovewcll, Ed Qulnn. n c' Bryan, Maud Travis, S. L. Giadish H. Scatoolt, D. F. Taylor jr., S P 2n- ccr Driver, John Edrington, George Edrington, W. B. Flannlgaii, Geo Abrcy, c. M. Harwell, J. D. Bowen Hugh Cr.-ilg, H. J. Hale, L. D. Massey, Buck Smith, p. A. w| 1Uc , Ar- <mir Bowen, w. J. Driver sr. w T Driver jr., Sam Coble, D. B. ey, M. s. Barbiers, MLss Einirtn :, Miss Loursc Hale, Miss Cath-' ic and Mrs. Wahl, of Caruthcrs- "ile, and Mrs. Pope of Kelscr • • * Miss Emma cox entertained -100 of Ixsr young friends at n free show given in honor of her birthday yesterday afternoon. A scries ot com- edlcs kept, the children hi an uproar of laughter for alxmt two hours, after which she refreshed her guests with ice' cream dixie cups. ln"the bdsir.ess session a~lettcr of apprerlation \»»s read from the Joral U D o chaptei for'cour- - t««es Shown In (he relent ,- stale sth«ntlon held here. ' ~> ••• . « • » » Dramatic Cl»b Ort»niies. ... - ! A. Dramatic club has beeii bf- S»nbKd for those who are Interested In, this Study, These .officers wlH •erve: Mrs Charline scott, president; Miss Elizabeth Bumelte, \ice Clean Out Kidney Poisons <<s^ Chest Colds Don't let (hum gel ;i strangle iol(l. .Fight tlloiii rintfkly. Creoinul- ion combines 7 hcl|K in cue. Pow- I'lnl but lniiinlc«. I'lciisnnt iu ukc. No naii-otlra. Your own M Is mitlioi-izcii lo refund your irancy on Ihe spot if yoiu-'-coiigli »' cold Is not relieved by'ci'eo- nilljlon. -" ••-. ••• '-• ^ ' Sunday School Night at Christian Revival Tonight Is Sunday school night "t tlie Christian clnircli revival ami n lui-ge crowd Is exi>Bi-ted. to 'sec iju> candidlBht demonstration of the rassovi'i- suiipei-, !IS obsci'vecl by Je™*. 'Hie Rev. V. K. Btittcnvorlh will sliow^how th! lord's Hii|) IK r was liislHiilcd by Jesus out of he Pussovtr foist, n s it W ns .shown o 'f"' by a i.i-ciiilneiit OHrf»ll a)) j m , l» I/is Aneoles. Hi spite ot; the ruin a Inc audience was present )as i "gill tind the OZ division forced nhcjul 0 [ the ON division The meeting doses mctay night.' •Sluilcntii l.tiiin 'Tin. Aljijialicl 1 1'illLADEU'IJJA (UJV_An iiiiiliiiillon to determine liow miu 'n" o. [he eoveninu-nl's "alphnbcl Ijii'- irntis' tlicy recognise wns recently given sluilcnts of tlie Eiilscbinl H^oA k :x H xte, at Icn of the uiiijoi- federal uinci- Bcncy agencies were submitted ' l« c-acl) boy. Forty per cent of i], c unswcrs were correct. • 'TO ME GwdTeu MEANS INDIA TEA" "I've tried all Mud, of tea. And Indin 1 ca K :ny m>;il cliolce. There's more lo it. lisa good Black lc,i . . . rid., winy • lid fulMlavorcJ. Its cost h no-more tlian onlmary leas, yet ii offers so much more. To get India Tea, look for 11 JHUJKSDAY, NQVEMBBU 22, 193,1 NBA COMPARE ALL OUR WcES NRA LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Specials for Friday, Saturday Md'flfonday BANANAS Large Fruit DOZCII lOc ORANGES &S Dozen 12c Mustard or Turnip 4 j Ktnifli JL'zC Alinncsutii Cnljliler.s Pound SUGAR Pure Cane. Piini'r Uiitf III I'uund.s COFFEE .Sunny found SPINACH Fresh and Tcndcj' Pound GRAPE FRUIT Florida Each ONIONS Yellow Spanish I'mmi! Faiify Californiii Stalk Heads Each 4c CORN Standard Can I'ridu of Illinois BUTTER Can Aincj'iciitt illaiil *>"V I'mnul <4 / C "IT SURE IS GOOD COFFEK" Special Sunday Nile Supper Visit Boi-tnii's on Sundaj- night . . . Yon will.liktsi. llm loud . . . Come otu:t! uiul you'll come • again! iMKN'U Served from 0 [>. M. to i) I'. M. : Vouiijr Bnkwi Men with Dressing nnd Grnvy Craiiberry Sauce Pineapple Salad ' - ' ;' Creamed Swecl I'otatous lopped wilh ilarshmallows Hoi Rolls and IJtitter \ ke Ci-eain Home Made Chocolate Cako - Coil'ce or Milk FOUR DAY SPECIALS •i DAYS 01'^ LOWEST 1'OSSIIJLK DRUG PRICES !' U1 . I ?'\ Y ./ SATURDAY - SUNDAY - fliONDAY ?I.W) Jcrgcn's Full Pound Epsom Salts, Only ^c Blue Jay Corn Pads - - SOc Yeast Voam Tablels - - 5t)c Phillips Aiilk' of 31_lc Rubbing Alcohol , 25f lilili (For Colds and Fever) tji|tiid - - SI.00 Wine of Cardui (Female Tonic) - - i-I.iill Koiintain Syringe Hi onio (Juininc - - 2-1 c JOtl liayei- Aspirin - 5!lt 2-1 Hayer Aspirin - ^|c 25c (>()() Colt! ami Fever Tablets - - l!!c SI.00 Milk Magni'sia . (''till Quart - - - (i'Jc S'Jc Mineral Oil Full '.Quart - - - O'.lc $1.01) G. F. P. (|.\male-Tonic) - - - (i!)c ¥l.UO Nux -Uei-b ;intl - ae: I7f lie lilc Iron Tonic «0c Alk;i Scll/.er Tablels - -.. ,jy c 30c Groves Worm Syvup ------ lite 70c Sloans Liniinenl iisc tSl.25'8. S. S. Ulwid 1'urilicr ',)!)(• 51.35 Lydia 1C. Pinkham L'ompuimn • il'Jc Iflc Woodjntty Soap •i liars lor • - - 25r I'almolive Soap (i Bars foi- - - - ;>5c roilet, Tissm-, 5 Uolls 2ue SOc Clianibeilains' Haiid Lolion - - - Kit U5c Hinds Honey and Almond Cream - 21c §1.50 Vaginal Spray 8!)c WE ALWAYS HAVE SI.50 Alarm Clocks S'.lc 51.35 Mot Water Buttle r,',)c ?1.75 Combination. Founfain Svringc and Hot Water lioltlc - ; - - $l.l<) I'l-cns Sanitary Nap- hiu.s (5 C I0i: (ir 3 lor - - .* 2,K ;ir>c ;tm | 5()c Stationery, Only - - - - (r, c TOUACCO SPECIALS .'). r ic Pijie and Otic C;ni Prince Albert for 2itc Prince Albert - - . K )C Dial Tobacco, 2 for - I5c Union trader, 2 for 15e Country Gentleman. .'< (or . .... 2 ;-,c Cigars, hona and l-'ac- lory Thr«\v outs, 6 tor 5,. All 5c Chewing Tobacco, 0 for - . . a3t : Alt 5c hniokiii); Tobacco, (i for - - . ]>$ c Wo Stock AH Kind of Snuff FRESH UOX CANDIES Honey !'od. Stokcly's finest ____ ' Can PffiTAlLS GREEN 15c lOc gc Sfokely's Finest Small Can - - - . ,| c KRAUT S1 " k *'";;s c , n IQ C GROUND BEE rH: "t;r Tie DOG FOOD I'hillips •€ ^ _ 3 Cans I'/C Vit-lwrv 17c Mary Jane 12-Lb. Sack I'Jc I'l »r S, H, 2.|-I,b. Sack 87c BEEF R01ST W < - c - KI[{ - l>min(l - - - KR1SKIOT. Pound CRACKs I'ride of Memphis 4 «y _. J,'/C Libby's. Bulk Pound 5c GLACE 'TH Citron, Pound 25c Lemon or Orange I'ccl, Lb. - 27c fineapple, Natural, Lb. - - - ;j2c Cineapple, Red or Green, I,b. - :!, r ic Cherries, Red or Green, !,!>. . ;i7<- SALT MACKEREL New Stock Each 6c Lean End CnLs <t J" _ Pound J.DC LIBBYS SPECIALS [ilc, No. 2 Can I7c Pineapple, "l\' t Can - tOc Poaches. 2V; Can - I8c HA Cherries 2'/ 2 Can.25c Ftuit Salad, W/i ran Me Apricots, ui/ 2 Ca» . 23e loniato Juice, No, 1 Can ----... 7,. Pickles, Swccl Plain ur Mixed, 22-i«, Jar . 23o DUCKS I? Young, Fat. Full Dressed ^ A Pound JI?C Young-, Fat. Full Dressed Pound HENS 21 c l''al. Full Dressed Pound l r al. Full Dressed Pound liiiUiiuoru Sulucts Pint 25c TIINAF1SH SMOKE SALT TOMATO JUICE MILK Morion's 10-Lb. Can 89c S(»kely's Can Cndiige or Van Camp GSmall or ;! Tall Cans Host. Ground'"AVhlle You Wait 4% f _. I»ouhd A AC aiPER.aM^a^. a .. f" -; - - ^ lc Maxwell House Coffee VITA FRESH • "GOOD TO THE-LAST DROP"L DRIED BEANS Navy licans, I'ounii - - ,\y lf: Lima IJeans, I'ound - - Ji/ 2 c Great Northern, Lb. - f,i/ 2 c Itice, Pound ,\ K Black Eye I'ca.s, 1,1). GRAPE NUTS Package 18c MERRlMACSALjlNjgj;-;:!^ POST BRAN FLAKES SJ MACKEREL Kit: S:iim()tl 21 c Stokely's Finest L;irq;c Bottle [ AMR Gc ""'" c Spring. Fore Quarter 4 <J J Lin ail) } i i( i f _or_Wh«lc. Punnd A <J 2 ljar • DOT CHOCOLATE Vi Pound 23c GRAHAM CRACKERS jg; PANCAKE FLOUR Box - - Washburn _ Package 2 COCONUT Baker's, iliilk Pack -f *% ^ Can. 1ZC ENGLISH WALNUTS, Pound - - - 23c •ALMONDS, Pound • . NECK BONES Fresh and Mealy Pound Rosedale 16c CAKE.FL011IL CHITTERLINGS 8wins Down Package 31 c Pound '/z-Lb. Hox 1-Lb. Box - CHEESE Full Cream Pound DEI, MONTE SPECIALS Sweet Pickle Peaches, No, 2y 2 Can. 27c Fruit Cocktail, No. 2% Can .3 Prunes, Prepared, No. 2y z Can ... ,'1 Pineapple, Crushed. No. 2*/ 2 Can .. 19c

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