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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 15, 1933
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i/T ^PAGE-TWO HLYtllEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY. AUGUST' IS," 1933" ls Sunday school class, .mi' Baptist church, party nt home of Mrs. J. G. Barnes, 1021 *. Ash, CUts Has Pkiic. Members of Mi&> Adah l)on- oho's Junkm Sunday school class .Joi the First Methodist.clunch hail ^a picnic Saturday afternoon. The itiiktrrn hiked to n shady spot i near Camp Moultrle, on the north highway, where they spread supper. Members who went were Tominlc Deane Hatcher, .Blossom O rail a in, Marjorle Rimer, Vera Elizabeth Goodrich and Clara Jean Mosley and guests *ere Kathleen Thomas und Marjorle Stevens. Compliments Visitor, Mia KaUierine Davis o[ Amory, Miss., who has been Die guest of Miss Warrenc Brownlee, was the guest ot honor at n bridge party given by her hostess Sal- .urday afternoon al her country iHxne at Dell. She used flowers from her garden for decorating the home arranged for the three tables of cards. Miss Ada Dunavaiu won the high score prize, leather book ends, bath po#dcr"weht 'to Miss Margaret Cress (or second high, arid Jilss Davis' gift Was perfume. MteST ; Brownlee scfved a stuftcd 'icrnato' salad with • cheese sand; w.ches, olives' and iced tea to the guests >hlcli inoluded Misses Ann Haul, Olarlcc Kehhedy and Orlnc Hutchlns, of Manila. ARROWQTJEENS • THURSDAY'S EVENTS Church of Christ women meeting %)th Mrs. Howard Gill for Bl- UF>.^- Jailers were cleared crt charges alter l\vo prisoners "chiseled out" of Ihc cUy Jail. The prisoners boat lime lo (lie chr.uls of their singing cell- males ana extracted themselves Irom ilie'loil through a- sizable l-.olc. ' ' 666 LIQUID - TABLETS - SALVE <" Checks MalarLi in 3 d»ys, t'plds fiis 1 d»y, llcadachfb or Ncunl|l» Ir. 30 minutes. ' . - •'. ^ I,-; Fine Laxative and Tonic •;. Most Spctdy Remedies Ko»nn,l.; I LIBERTY CASH GROCERS BEER SOON! WICDNKSDAY and THURSDAY HI'KCIALS CREAM MEAL 5-Jjb. Each lOc SUGAR I'urt Cane. .-AJl-YoH Want . .• •.•ID Pounds 49c BACON Swift's Kmpirc. Slu'Oil I'ound 14c SPARE RIBS Striclly. Fresh. Meaty I'ound . TOMATOES'"' unty Home Grown. Firm Pound LETTUCE N'ite l,ar({c Crisp Heads Each 5c (lollc^iulc Vbilors Attend Metilrif. There were n number of visitors at the meeting of "the woman's missionary society ol (he Luke Street. Methodist church ' Monday afternoon at the. church. These. Included Mrs. J. E. WliHwqrth, Mrs P. 6. Wood, Bonnie Jean Buchttnan who played a 'Violin solo, accompanied by Earl Snyrter. aisu a'guest. Sybil Brarkln who sang » diict with' Bonnie Jean Buchanan, ami Carolee and Minnie. Ruth Wood, who sans a duet. "The V Woman's Place in the ~ Churcrti at Large" 'was the subject - .of'a program given .in which scv- . 'cral members participated. Mrs..- A. N. Church, president, presided in the business session • and irY tiie social hour refreshments -wore served. •.•.-''••. * • . • Pierbjptirian Auxiliary }Us Icinl Meeting!. .Circles of the -Woman's auxil- iary'of-the. First. .Presbyterian met at tile church Monday.' afternoon for business sessions prior to the regular meeting of the auxiliary, when the monthly Bibte stiidy preceded the jirogram. This |>hn Is being used ' in'trie summer months for once a r.ionth: meetings instead of weekly aiiairs as is the custom. Mrs. B. . R. Allen used Psalms fur tl-.e theme sludy as is the custom. . For the . crogran\ Mrs. Fred Sandefur was leader of the subject "Lights und Shadows in Sa. rriaria". In Ills Introduction Mrs. Ross Stevens, president, made a tclk for the TOA and Miss Dori; Ray Dobyrts gave a report of the young people's conference st)3 nl- lehded at B»ttsvlllc as a clclc: catc from the auxiliary. Mmes. C. M. Ofay, R«y Worth- Ingtoti, . B. 8. Sprartlsy. F. B. , Joyncr and B. R.' Allen gave Is Iks. A piano solo v,as rendered i by Mrs. Bill Dolan. Lnxoi'a Society — Personal Miss Nina McLanc of Walnut Hldgc wns tlic encsi of Mrs.'.fc. n. Began Wednesday night. Mlsj Mc- Lmie and Mrs. Began left fdj Au- guda Tlnitsdny morning where Ih6y attended a house party given by Mrs. Leu-is Angclo over Ihc weekend. MlEsc.1 Annii Margaret Woodaiid Dorothy Brovn were Memphis vis- llors Thuisday. Miss Louise Helms of CKrke- tlnlc Is the guest, of Misses Madeline and Mildred Majors und Bessie leaner Thweatl. .. The friends or Miss Elizabeth Spnnu will regret lo learn that the Is confined lo her home w Illness. ':'', Mv. and Mrs. O.^P. Powell^ (iiincd Sunday from a vacation cprnt at Ozone. " ' Mrs. Kussell ' BoWen had as htr guests Fridiiy night her parruls. .Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jackson and her sister, Miss Josephine Jack- >ISTER I MARY'S IT m SISTER MARY •• NEA Service Writer Fancy breads always are | l:ir, anil when they can be lor tea and picnic sandwiches they fire a boon to summer hostesses. Quid; breads ramd In the category of., summer short-cuts, and while Ihey arb distinctly labor- raving and easily prepared fowls, they .ire In no respect makeshifts. (&'s well to keep In mind the lood value of bread-stuffs when tr.ey nra lo lake an Important part iii..-;meals.., All.,brcadj,,a_re energy Wants Gangster Released Ftom Prison for Racketeering Trial. CHICAGO, Aug. 15 (UP)—The used- state of Illinois asked Ihe federal (.brcrnment today lo release Al CMponc from the penitentiary at Atlanta so he can be returned here for additional prosecution. The gang leader, whose original coiivlctlon on charges of Iricoin? i:i.x evasion signalized a major vlc- Two new queens of the boiv arrow were crooned at the. recent. \Vonton'.s N.iljuna! Archer." TOHniiimcnl nt si. Louis. Madeline Tnylor, K-yoar-nld Kirl o( Ne«-tun Comor. .Mass., nliovc, wnii Uic v'liiin- women's event, (U'llnniiiiii; Ill.i Nau- clioile of Inskwon.l, Calif. jAima Mfty Km-f, liclnw, of a'Hls.i, Okld., won liic junior archery title. PRINCE ALBERT Simkl " BT S OT 10,c BEANS Navy or (li-oal N'tirtheiri Pound 5c SOAP Life Huoy. 2 Limit ' 2 for lie TOILET PAPER Fort Howard 4 Rolls 19c Eon of Bcntonvllle, Arte. Mr. Jack-1 cft i 0 i-i C 5 son returned home Saturday morning. Mrs. Jackson and her daughter will remain, until Mrs. Jackson has. recovered from Injuries receiv-' because their main ingredl Wit—flour—is of great" caloric val- 112. 'i'he yeast breads are good iources of vitamin B, but Ihe <|i;!ck breads made with cjgs, milk, molasses, traits and nuts (lr, mineral sails and additional cd 'in mi automobile accident which occurred .on their trip here, municil hnme Ihls morning after A. T. Stocks of Baldwin. Miss., n v-'cck's visit rtllh his aunt, Mrs. P. M. Bonds. He drove to Memphis with Mrs. Bonds who was accompanied by Miss Josephine Jackson. Bits oj Neits Mostly Personal plnld skirt sud n plain jack• !s Ideal for a sports outfit. \mi Dvorak wears a red and .ray jacket, matched by her snn- !als and boret. It's not only an admirable va- :.itlon ensembb but a yood sug- for a co-cd who is plan- i Consequently, gurhig Ihe sum- iner niohlhs when fresh friills and ' :getables cliunply and adequately supply vitamins, ycasl breads arc not so necessary arid quick breads may take theh- place. Very olten a raisin or nlil bread precludes oak; In the menu. A vegetable salad accompanied by .-olsln bread sandwiches and fol- :owcd by a dessert, of fresh fruit makes cakes or cookies unneces- :ry in the menu. Undernourished children fin-i these breads a splendid source ol lilt since nh extra amount of butter cnn be cariicd by the slices ot bread. Steamed breads seem more appetizing for coid 1 weather, so the i-MLuri 101 :t Lu-ctt \vno is plan- p, ,,. .. , / ir.g her back-lo-col!e s e wardrobe, j Loilllly UrOUp Honored lor tory for the forces of. the l.iw, ..-oulrt be returned f.o the scene of his gnnj atrocliles to face charges of racketeering. ^-''--'t eii-' Ca'pone. - with Al scofev'pf oiricirs, wi>.s iudictert by n 'grand'jury recently as State's Attorney Thomas" Courtney started a crushing drive on racketeering, kidnaping and crime In general in the city of Chicago. Courtney today asked the department of Justice In Washington for permission to returrt Unpone lor trial. Loan Company Receives Irritating Requests PHILADELPHIA iliPI -Among the requests for financial Rssi p.nde at the Home Owners' Loan Corporation \vcre thos^ of men and women needing money for eve'rylhlng from paying the biltjj! Cher to furnishing n daughter \\ith' kft -'art ^education. . . One .man asked a loan-. .in order^ tpiyisit 'a brother In Swe'den, siti- ^o:outfit;a "schooner for. : .\ ' siijl .another COFFEE Fresh (Jroiind I'otmH 12c SALAD.DRESSING 1 " 15 cl "'25 l PURE GOLD SYRUP Ql. Can. 12k SORGHUM !/ 2 Gallon Gallon 45c BEEF ROAST Choice Brisket : Pound 7ic t>ieasure ; --,cr'uise,^ - ' icllowln? lirrad.1. rules are for U.ikcd :he u-an accompanied home by \V. O. Gray and Misses Kobbic and! Lexic Gray, ol Itla nenti. vhoj stepped hero while cnronle home! t:om Chicago. Mrs. H. O. Smith anti daiisluor' yenv. of Jeai: have sonc to TalUilah, La.. I Coleman Commimity I m p v o ve- mcnt Activities. of | Sandirlrh One egg. 1-2'ctip lljht brown cups white flour. 1 1-t Refuses to Prosecute No nctinn ivn-, inkcn In municipal fo'iirl yeslerdny on nlnrgcs of as- rault with Intent tc kill against .lini Murphy and assault and br.t- tery against Mrs. J. J. Smith and it is probably that the charges will be dropped. Tt is understood that J. J. Smith who «as allegedly shol in the Stomach by Murphy and hit over the head \vilii a brick by his wife has declined to push cases against the pair. Smith sustained crily a slight Injury from the shot, i.lurphy fired a .32 calibre rifle at S.nith but Ihc bullel hardly- broke Ihe skin when il struck. HELP FOR TIRED WIVES Take Lydia E. Pinkham's ' Vegetable Compound Wfcrr* ft*t llrnl duiing these rurd Imu. They arc the eaten nba must bear he burden* of the family. When the LWbamd cornea home with less money in fate par envelope ... ft Is (he wife who uart struggle ilonS uid make the but •Ihc Betler Homes program of| n "j? t 'J: '{Mississippi coutily for Ihe present 1,.... I ..^^.. ~r ...*~! n l. \tlr^ r*n~-. 1 nn ' I-IHI m\K sweet milk. I teaspoon unit, or clergymen. 5 teaspoons bafeing powder, 2 tn-l o-'spoons rriclled butter. 1 cup nut' 4% • Doctors have a much highei mortality rale than cither lawyers Mr. and Mrs.. Dixie • Crawford left today for Clinton. Mo. where Ihey will spend two u-ecks vacation. - . ' Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stewart and daughter. Mary Louis. bt« of Jack- 1 Eon, Miss., are visiting here en- route to Memphis v:herc they will make itclr home. . . Mr. &d Mrs. R. j. Dodson and son Joe Bob have gone lo the pzarks ,and then lo Lilllc Rock 'lor visits with relatives. They Iclt Sunday; Harvey W. Stewart and' mother. Mrs. J.-'.H. Stewart, have relurr.'cd from an extended vfei^ In Tulsa. Okla.. as guests of Mrs-- Slewart's son; Wilbur Stewart, and family. Dr. ?. L. Husband returned yesterday trqm a : business trip lo Memphis. Mr., and Mrs. H. L. Reynolds lifivc «* .their Eucsts 'their daugh- ler, Mrs! Louis C. Hinklc, of Lot " 'o spend the icmaindcr week with Mr. Smith. Mrs. Rosa Hall and Miss Dor- '. z!Uum - which Mlbs Corn Is chairman, lins been m of the '• awarded the Merit Award by the lirtlcr Flotncs in America oryaui- cgg nnlll liglu vilh .Miuai- It. Mix and sift flour ai-0 powder alul add mils. Afi.i . nllcrn.itely with milk to first line. Stir In melted butter a::fl I'lin Into oiled and fionrert broad clhy Grace returned lo their honicI ™ vecognillon Is based upouj ^"n,,,^,/^ ^ ^oderat-lv"^- In Parma. Mo., yesterday follow-' 11 " 1 comprehensive campaign for]" 111111 - 11 " ln ft n.odcratcl } !if. \\-\l\i j,i rs liomo. community and county im- j and Mrs ! l' L Ovetnent through tours, contests I ., ing ssv-eral days Klay ' Hall's son, Ray Hnll. -A r, i i is bro hr B his urolher. R Hall ' ; :ce. III., has arvivcd for ! and One ,:. 1 . weeks slay with her parent-';. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas. Mr! Potter, who h ntlcnding lo business in Nashville. Tcnn.. will prob- Brtfwli Bread programs cnirlcd out as a| ullc c «3' ' teaspoon sail. .. pail of the Belter Homes move-' Cl1 " Sranulatcd sugar, l-a , " s '" 5 ,nunl of the county Federation O f, moMtscs> 3 cll r s Sraham no: -iinnmg- Wnmcl ,. s culbs | r:ip white nour. 2 cups buttcrm:.;; that nearly 12.000 fam- - 1 ;ollr mlll; . 2 Icaspoons f 111!) terdcd raisins or dates Beat egg until light with and snlt. Add inolussrs ami anted $1,000 '[or a dental tlon. • "•"' All such rscinests were refused. DALLAS, Tex. (UP)—This city .as a baby named NIRA in honor if the national recovery program l Is a baby puma.. Pound Tie Mary Jane or Acme 21-I'ound Sat-k 90c EGGS Fresh Dozefr 15o If you are llred , . . worn out . . . i nerrou*, try LyJla B. PlQkham'a Vegela- itc Compound. What you iie«d b a tonic hat wlu ftlv* TOU the ttxenfttb Co carry i. 98 out ot every 100 women who report o iu ray that they are brneGtcd by thti) Iklnr. Buy a boltto from your Jru£. ' today . . . and watch the mulls. CHEESE*' Wisconsin Full Cream I'ound 17ic Choice Loin. Geriuinv K. C. Heef. I'oiind 20c COOKING APPLES Fine for 1'iea I'ound 3c RED ONIONS 2ic CABBAGE Fresh, 1 Green Pound 4c RED POTATOES .ind Fancy I'ound. 4ic SKE COMMERCIAL AITKAL FOR OTHER MID-WEEK SPECIALS With Ihe motor in IhEa big Dodge Sin tunning, expert riP. t tat Kit 100 yards distant—so smoothly docs the Power. Tared ot the Htlit show.-* v.-hete bulMs cffictFt and tlfle club of If. o ns the most outstanding' nccom- Hihincnl. according to Miss Knth- . v .^. A. H. .Sttwarl of Louisville. Ky.. w»s thc~ guesi .of Mrs. Elizabelh : Orten " i.nd Mj". . ;and .Mrs. Virgil Orer-ne Sunday, tte. was cnroulc to Memphis. t ' '• Mr. »nd' Mrf. Pr«nk Thrasher snd d«u|hlers,' Misses Belly .and Amtndt,'. and Miss -Mary EHza- beth.Boruni spent Sunday at Har- ably come here lo accompany hn-1'.,",!I,, home. '. |£Ci.ool. crine F. Llslon. admlnlslratlve ns- -'irlanl uf the Bctlcr Homos In America. Another especially good achlcvemcnl was Ihe lictlcr Home.'; -. Miss Katlierlnc Davis has re- 'tb her \h6nic; In Amory, er a visjeyith Miss Wat- Mr, aiid Mis. Fioyd Wilson and fun arc in Convoy for .'.cvcrel days. Mc.«. Frank C. Doimlas afiii rliii- drrn r.nd Audiey fllylhc unrt Ma- bci Jo Wilson have gone to Cur- icni Hivcr beach, near Pocahou- las. Ark. They will be joh.rcl by r.Ii. lkn:gla.s Ihc last of ihr- voci: who will accompany them linir.p. Mr?. Jack Ambrose and dau?h- tcrs. Mildred Jane Tin-rentInp anil Catherine Ambrose of Delinl. Mish., are gues'.s ot Mrs. Ambrose's Irctlier. A. D. nicharcis. Tlicy formerly lived lierc a number of years ago. In announcing Ihe award the I trganizatlon. an education group | incorporated In Delaware In 1923. ialcti tha'l Mississippi comity had developed a significant community campaign fur home lir.prove- ncnl and oue well adapted to men the needs of the present economic <-ituallon. Cbims H';mcrun laurels aPIIlLABELPKIA (UP) — Ralph 'Pop) -Yo'ting's Temple University baseball learn claims thr !:o;nr:- r«n laurels of college baseball, setting n homeruns In 35 games pb.yed In two years. The Cnvl nine I ^Ijp. lia» a record ofc'e rah Attends Funeral of Brother at Memphis •J. A. Crowe, n.1. broil;?, o[ Mrs. C. E. Wilson, nitcl al Ills home In Mcmphh yesterday following a week's tllneu The rliS5rca«-d. hsd vlsltcfl h:ic. had been 111 only a v.-eek. He is survived by his wile and three children. .--.... Mrs. Wilson Is In Memphis today 1-ir the tuiicral services b?in? held at 4 o'clock Ihls afternoon. , wrll. Mix rnlsins with white r.;.. A'M grnhani flour to fir.?l ;IIIN: ; und add 1 cup sour milk, vj thoroughly. Arid soda to rci!i;-:'. ' sour milk and add to first !..: lure. -Add Homed raisins an:! v- liard for about 30 second... •[•• Inlo oiled and. floured p :l n:, .', 1 b?ke 50 minutes In a modcr..:" h&l oven. Tomorrow's .Mnni BHEAKKAST — Cnnia!o-.ip- eal cooked with dales, rim: least, milk, codec. LUNCHEON—Sinned MKVI rcppDrs. creamed celery. «;-. niBloes. sandwich bread i. ado DINNER — Slulled < hchrla. iwtatocs in parsioi I; cnlons in milk, llc.ici luce nlth Russian tirr.s\j!,B : iwachcs, chocolate layer cakr coflce. Stop Chills and Fever: Kid Your Sy*t*ni of Malaria! F.hlverlng »ith cl'.ills onemomen anri burning \vlvh fever the next i —that's cnc of M-.e cifecis of Ma- 11,« a. Unless checked, tha disease will cio s'jrlou.i lir.rm to your health Malaria, a blood Infection, culls fo; two things. First, de- suoyin; the Infection in the blood. Second, building up the blood to cvC'i"omc the effects of the disease nr.(l lo fortify against further attach. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic supplies both Ihr.w cftccts. It contains tas'eless q<;lninc, which kills tlic infecticn in Ihc blood, ana ; | lion, which enrclhcs and builds "p J Ihf blood. Cliltlf and fever soon st>p and yo-.i are restored to i'/jallh and comfort. For half n century. Grove's Tasteless Cnill •n>nlc has been sure relief tor Malaria, it is just as useful, too. as a general to:ilc for old and 501:113. I'lcabanl lo take and abso- luHy harmless. Safe to give children. Got a boll!e at any More. —Adv. Blue Star Kills The Itch .Germs To frt rid cif Kelt, rash, idi rr , ,, v . llch, ringworm or ccztrna, cover «j--, IfwStlllntf Ullln Cl... /\T_I... ' •' »nd?Mr..H»U, iims period.-;. ; . 'tfy-fs-i'ff-Ji+i- •.•::?:-..''..'••:> -•: .••-:.":' SPECIAL 1'UKSH CHANNK1, CATFISH Lb. 20c Ash Street Fish Market WITH ana map in nuicRly and kill t w r .. term. Money Wk if It falls'-^ EXPERTS SAY FLOATING POWER IN BIG OODGE SIX GIVES It's Floating Power th^l nmVes the l-ig, new. Dodge Six bo cxtr* smooth. With Kloaling Powrr, engine vibrations haven'l » charice lo r?ach • the body uf the car . . .to jolt anJ "jiucr." They arc sntioiheretl—ab-.• Karbctl — the mEnule Ihey star!, by Floating Power engine mournings. You iSJc v/iih mote smootliness and conrfori in the new Dtxlge Six ,-.'. there's less strain on your nerves . . . you can tide lor.ger distances and suffer less fatigue. ;• .But Floating Power also saves ;.,-«roaf-ar>d"-tear on trie car iisclf! ; Haimtul vibration C4[\'t shake and jar'lh6 body, and tattle pans. Patented Floating Po-A-nr is or.« f-f ihe decided economy fcatuies itt jhe new. Dodge Six — prolonging DODGE Ihe life of the -car, culling clow" '^ repair bills. • -. ;.. ' ' Tty a Klnatini; Power rjic.i" IliiJ new DoJse Six for ynurselH S««s Ihe amaring difference, .fie *M ( ^ seme card. Cornpato Dodg'^ vll'i olhcr cars on a'^how-Dof'ti'-'ba 1 -,-. ... sco (ho many ways <h e rc '•' Do^gc Sis can save you'dollais — aclual cash! AND UP, F.O;R. FACTO.gV, DETROIT 115-INCH WHCEiBASC •W.T.-Barnctt-Auto Sales ; lUythcvillr. Ark.

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