The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 24, 1933 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 24, 1933
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BLYTHKVILLE. (ARK.) COURIER ''THURSDAY, AL'GJJSiy.'at.' 1033 Announcement has-been made ol the-m»rri»fc of Mils -Gcraldlne Dodd of Stccle, Mo., »nd J. B. Dye, : of qncctdoclo, Mo., which was eol- tmnfcW in this city Friday eve- nlni. The Her. Robert Onisholm performed the ring service. They had for their attendants Ur. and Mrs. J..R. Franklin, of MJcoU, Mo. The brid«, »ho is the attractive daughter of Ur. and Mrs. Houston Dodd of Stoele, was a member of - the 12 graduating class of the 6t«k high school, she fa active both in eoclal and religious affairs o( her town! , Mr. Dodd is connected with his father in the Braggadocio Drug store at Braggadocio where he and Ills bride Mil make their home with his parents. He Is a graduate of the Braggadocio high school. » » 4 Haa Wriarr R*aM. tr Minnie Lee and Blllle Leggett had a wciiier roast Tuesday evening at Ruddle park. They had »s their guests their cousins Carl, Nellie Omce, Murray and June Boyd Leggett, all of Memphis Dorothy Je*n roster and Wlnlfrcc and Eugenia Crawford. Tlw boys and girls were accojn pwiled by Mrs. W. C. Leggett and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. * * . H*a Lwadnvn Meeting. Circle 2 of the Woman's Mission ary »oclety of the First Metliodl church hid a luncheon mcctln Monday wlicn Mrs. R. N. Hill wa hostess to the 18 ladles' who In eluded a guest, Mrs. H. S. Cald well .of Hot Springs, houscgncst o. Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Holland. After a two course luncheon was served at attractively arranged tables there was a lesson period with Mrs. Harry Klrby In charge. * * * Ha* Dancing r»r|y Miss Mary Spain Usrey had an- olher of those "drop in" dancing Bits oj NctCs Mostly Personal PirUes last becoming younger set. evening popular wlilcli with the Billy Harrison has returned from Jump Dixie, near Wiley, On., where c spent a part of the summer. QCi. I. Scgravet. of Osceola, went fur Billy and Allen Scgravcs who alto .ttcndcd the camp. Mrs. T. W. Eskrldgc and daugh- er, Sara Ann, mid Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Eskrldgc s|>enl '1'ucsduy In Cennelt as guests of Mr. nd Mre. H. B. Louden, Miss Sara Ann likridge has as icr guest Miss Mary Frances Sanders of KenncU, Mo. Mis. Charles AI lord has gone to Dulrsvillc, Ark., for the rally ol tnc Masons antl Eastern Star orders today and Friday. Mrs. W. D. Chamblln -jr.. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs spent Tuesday and Wednesday In Memphis ns Hi gue-'ts of Mrs. Isaacs' sister, Mrs. A H. Thorn and family, Miss Jo Plnklcy has relumed from a two weeks visit in Chicago. Mrs. J. S. Gcscll will return tomorrow from a month's stuy In Little Rock where she visited her son, Raymond Oescll, and family. Mrs. L. D. Foster is a patient at the Memphis Methodist hospital. Dr. nnrt Mrs.'j. A. Sallba and family have returned from Chicago where they attended (he Century of Progress exposition. H, A. Smith is attending to business In Memphis today. Miss Julia Hyde of St. IiOuIs. who las been the guest ot her sister, Urs. Roy Walton, anil Mr. Walton, plans to return home n-lfnin u few days. Mr. and Mrs. Farnsworlh Hlack nnrt Miss Ann Block spent Tuesday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. llaker Wilson were Memphis visitors Tuesday. W. a. Hood and his grandson, Earl Hariing, of Grirpns ChrKti, 'Included in the 25 present were .Mb, Helen.Usrey of Anniston, Ala., who Is visiting her cousin, the hostess, Miss Virginia Vineyard of Cape Qirardcnu, Mo., hcuseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Everett B. Gee, and Misses Margaret and Julia Rogers of Memphis who arc visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ross D. Fruit punch was served. « • • OOieen, Tauten H.TI Texas, and Jim Hunt of Memphis arc guests ol the Rev. J. T. Hood and family. Own O'Brien is 111 ut his home in the Duncan apartment on Clilck- asawba avenue. Mrs. L. B. Foster of Blythcvilli Is in the Methodist hospital ut Memphis. Mrs. Charles F. Wood has returned from Caruthcrsvillc where she visited relatives. Mr, and Mrs. Everett B. ticc have ns their guest their niece MeinUJt of the Sunday school council cf'llw'First Presbyterian church, made up of officers <m teachers, attended the slipper meet ing ''mt the'hoine-of Mr. and Mrs ROSA Stevens last 'evening, 'The 2S present' Included Mrs. W. M.' McSas of DeKalb. Miss., who formerly resided here, guest of Mr. and Mrs. C.-'J. Crane, and Miss Julia Hyde 'of SV. Louts, who is vls- ttrn'g'Mr. and Uis. Roy Walton. . Attcr supper tTierc was a business-meeting in which plans were made for Rally Day, Octtobcr 1 Department .superintendents arc K be in charge ol the special program and efforts wi". be made to have a large attendance for the program 8. E. Vail is superintendent of the school. The regular mid-week prayci meeting ana later choir praclki followed the meeting. - *. • •' Chi Staffs Meet. 'Members of the Girl Scout Troot ] met -with Miss Minnie. Ue Leggett yesterday afternoon when tlx eight present quilled. Tills quilt being made entirely by the girls is to be sqld when compieled. TValerrhelori was served. * 9 • Pruetl-Bragg. The marriage of Miss Margarel Bragg and John Franklin Pnictt, both of Carulhcrsvillc, Mo., occurred here Tuesday. The Rev. Robert Chisliolm performed the ceremony. t ' • * * ' * Cbeny-Maas. ' v . : ' Miss Flossie Mac Adams and Ain'os Cherry, both of Manila, .were united in marriage Monday by Justice John U. Needham. -'. -s • .« Hkh-ltannlnf. A marriage llccrcc'was Issiisl to Misg Evelme Dunning, of Horncrs- ville, Mo.. : and: Truman Hicks, c! Leachvillc, Monday. Glrardcan, Mq. n the Knitted Knitted suits arc to be popular blue and white stripes with wide, while laiwls lhat lend Her Jcnev beret, sncde purse and kid shoes arc navy ing the buttons on ihe coat. ison will have its week his brother nnd other relatives from south Mississippi. n. M. Bain of Big Lake was at Poplar Corner Sunrtav. Vew Buildings Being Erected On Campus Of Shawuee School .JOINER, Ark.—With the three- hop and tool rooms, [old purpose of Improving the '(tucallonal facilities of Shawnec Jonsoildiitcd school, establUhlng a wrmancnt demonstration of m live- material* used to perpetuate American agriculture, and giving employment to residents of the joiner community, M. W. Melton, superintendent of the school, with backing of a community Diiilding committee, Is constructing this 'summer a, model home economics cottage and an agricultural and mechanical jbulldlng for the department of vocations! training on the Bhawnee campus. Through community co-opera- hnn the two buildings, estimated conservatively at a value of $3,000 cneh, are being constructed for total cash outlay of approximately $1,600. The home economics col- tngc will' be ready for occupancj when Rchijol opens Sept. 13, and students of the department of vo inlionnl training will use the! hpare time in completing the in lerlor of the agricultural and ir.c- rhnnlctil building wllhln a feu \vc£ks after school opens. Club Donate* Tree* Both buildings of cypre Mcnesha sypress cut CrH to l the lira 'y was will lion L: Inls are are constructed The shop * equipped with 'modern eleclrlc- il cqiilpinrnt which the boys of lio vocational training department expect to pay for with the proceeds of five acres of cotton Given them by A. S. Catchinjs •md W. B. Burkelt, farmers of lie Joiner community. The cot- ion acreage Includes a variety tusi of two and a half acres and i fertilizer test of the same acreage, which the boys and their Instructor, H. Splcer, have conducted this season in co-operation v;:th Mr. Burkctt and Mr. Catch- inps on their respective plantations. Miss Willodean McCadams of McKenzie, Tenn., who has been In charge of the Shawnec department of home economics for several years, is returning this year rml will supervise work in the lira- cottage. H. .Splcer will return as vocational Instructor and other teachers will be Miss Charley Jones of Joncsboro, Ark., prin- clpul; John Burnett, teacher of social science and athletic coach: Miss Mary Speck, ttacher of na- lintf, primary department with •ire. Mary Hardln and Miss La)la Kook Ktllon teaching in the Wardell ward school. Mrs. J, T. Ashmorc of Annorel to In charge of the tcscherage nn the campus where the women members of the faculty will board I his year and through an arrangement with Mrs, Ashmore, Superintendent •M<!i">" has arranged to extend the school's facilities to as many us twelve l»y& who will <x Uken as boarding students at (12.50 per month. Only boys who, for lick of means of transportation to hlgl schools in their own district, 01 those living in Jbtricts where liiere Is no .senior high ,<school are solicited. A cottage on th< campus, formerly used as a tea chers' home, Is being equipped as a dormitory for tin: boarding o students. PUBERTY CASH"G i JBEER Hospital Notos Patients admitted to the Ely theville hospital: Mrs. John Wright Otceola; Claude F. Cooper, city B. A. Tanner, Armorel; Miss Bur nelle Nell, Cooler, Mo.; Carson Al ley, city; Mrs. Pauline Jarrct city. Dismissed: L. C. Sheltoi Manila; Jess Hall. Joiu'sboro; Mr N. A. Spaldlng. city: Miss Vei Lowcry, Manila; John Owens St. Louis; Mrs. A. D. Gwyn, cit 314 WEHT MAIN ST. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY, SATURDAY & MONDAV. I Atlas, Braumeister, Edelweiss ur (PO ^h Keim (iold. Bottle lOc; I'ci Case $L,L>) Quardl or I'ilsi'iier Hollies for 25c; Per SUGAR, Pure Cane. | BEER I I | POTATOES, Fancy Red. Just $1,OJ We will sell Suc-ir al Ic limcr cu 10 Uuii any one. CONCORD GRAPES, Fam V JLfi** 1 " 1 5e FLOUR, Mary Jane, bbl $6.95; 24 Ibs 88c I | ORANGES, Calif. Nice, Juicy. Doz. 9c I LEMONS, Calif. Size. Dofc 17c I EGG PLANT, Fresh and Fancy. Lb. Vfe BELL PEPPERS, Nice & Crisp. Ea. Ic \ imal science and and Mbs Mary riculture Leonard, 'teacher of music. Huit Wheat Crop forecast OLYMPIA, Wash. (UP1—Wash- ington will again harvest the northwest's largest wheat crop this year, a crop of 17 per cent normal, ac* cording to the state director of ag- Miss Virginia Vineyard, of .Caiw Mr- and Mrs. HuOcrt Cornri, hart ns their gucsl Humlay the lattcr's Mr. and Mrs! Walter Stewart, of' brotlicr, Hnrvcy Cozart. und family Memphis, nre In the city (oclay.jof Lcpanto, Ark. They will be accompanied home] Hubert CoznH has ns his gnr-st W Mrs. Ramsey Duncan who will spend several (lays ihere. Bobble Blaylock. son of Mr. and hl.s fnthcr of Paragonld. Afrs. Claud Steward has as her early Mrs. Robert Blaylock. who lins Ken ill. Is slowly Improving. Mls E Emma Sue Slcwarl and Muhrl Mcfall spent yesterday In Slccle nml Porlnecvlllc, Mo. Mrs. I.' B, Slcwnrt and family hail as Ihclr unmLs Tuesday evening. Mr. anil Mrs. Walter Cox inrt Mrs. Walter Cox jr.. of Osceola. Irn Lamberl. has returned to Kt. Louis after a few days visit with his family. Mrs. E. C. Pulton, uf Newpoil, M'k.. is Ihc Buesl of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Minyaul en route home from Chicago, where wilh Mr. PiiUon. she atlciulril (he I air. guosl Ilils week her mother from Mississippi. Mr. und Mrs. John Hotcol. of Ulylhcvllle, spent Sunday wllh the hitler's parents, Mr. mid Mrt. John ~iitrns. Mr. and Mrs. MurjOml Aycock i)>cnl Sunday afternoon with their :on. Soyle. Wlchrist Farm News Miss Merle Steward returned "ionic Sunday from n week's .stay vlth relatives in Mcmjihls. Roy anrt Norvcl Lowe are Mississippi visiting relatives. Miss Marie Cozart returned home Saturday after a three weeks svllh relatives ai Paragould. A party was Riven in honor of her return. Miss Agnes weekend wilh ypros rags, aiemoer or inei esha Outing Club donated nol ess trees which local labor from the club preserves in lenden county. In addition hcse trees which arc used for outside walls, after being ted with creosote, approximalc- 10.000 fuel of- cypress lumber cut and uawwl In the woods ch Is being used in conrjruc- of ths buildings, ibor tmd such building mater- as H was necessary to . buy being paid for with a fund scribed by business men ; and Hers ol the Shawnee 'school rlct. , lie home economics cottage h juildlng 48 by 32 feet, corjtai'.i- a combination dining and 're- lion room 16 by 21 Jeet, on rancc hall, a work room 21 31 feet, bathroom, clothing in and pantry. The reception m ha£ a built-in fireplace ol Ivc Arkansas stone, and slab jrs of random width onk. hting fixtures reproduce the ly American style and ,fur- liings will be in harmony.! 'he work room and ante rooms 1 be papered in wall paper of onial design, but otherwise 1 will finished hi modern treatment, ng equipped for botr, sewing d cooking wllh modern plumb- and electrical fixtures. Modern Equipment rhe agricultural building is • 60 35 feet and consists of a lab- ilory, classroom, cilice. work- To ibvird Students Grade teachers are Mrs. Oliver Clark and Miss Jewell Bradley, intermediate department; Mrs, Ralph Bowdcn and Miss Carrie Quick Relief for Chills and Fever and Other Effect! of Malarial Don't put up with the suffering ol Malaria — the teeth-chattering chills and the burning fever. Got rid of Malaria by getting the infection out of your system. That's what Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic does — destroys and drives out the infection. At the same time. It iiuilds up your system against further attack. Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic crntains tasteless quinine which . kills the infection in the blood. It also contains iron which builds nv> the blood and helps It overcome the effects of Malaria as well as fortify against rc-infec- tinn. These arc the effects you \unt for COMPLETE relief. Cirove's Tasteless Chill Tonic is pltasant to lake and absolutely tjfo. even for children. No bitter taste of quinine. Get a bottle today and be forearmed against Malaria. For sale at all stores. Adv. 10 Beauty Begins With Your HAIR 1 i — lake care of it ! Regular shampoos by our trained op- eritors 'will keep year hair in the bwl of cordilkm. Consult us about youi beauty problems. Margaret Deen Beauty Shoppe I'honv lim I ROACH POWDER, Red Wing. Pkg. Ic SALT, Bulk. P^A Ic I BEANS, Snap or Pole. Lb. Ic - CHOCOLATE 'Puddine' (2 limit) pkg Ic I OKRA, Fresh Pound Ic I CORN, Fancy and Tender. Ear Ic * TOMATOES, Fresh Pound Ic I GREENS, Mustard or Turnip. Bch. Ic | BUTTER BEANS, Fresh. Pound 5c ) I I I I COFFEE, Sunny Brook, Canova Maxwell House Lb. 26c MARKET SPECIALS PURE LARD, No Limit Bring Your Bucket Lb. SPARE RIBS, Whole Sheets. Fresh. Ib 5c PORK SAUSAGE, 100"' Pure. Lb. 5c PICNIC HAMS, Shankless. Lb. lOc I I i SALT MEAT, Best Grade Lb. Galncs. of Dogwoo<i. Miss Annie Roc Onrrlson Ladies Toggery to Open For Business Friday An Invitation is being extended the public to attend Hie opening of the new Ladles' Toggery tomorrow. This ladles' ready-to-wear shop, owned by Mrs. Lucy McAdnmr mid Miss Ernestine Holland, is lithe former Qsitcly building near Kress'. Both of (he owners arc vrlrraiv. hi their Hue of work having beerr conncctcd .with local firms for a number cf years. As^ocialri with them will bo Mrs. Dii-k Webb, whc i.> to be tn charge of (he nlicra- lion dspartmenl. Tlic building has been rcuiod- elcrt unit tkc Interior arrange:! will) new . cnulpmcnt Including lounges . mcttcrn cablr.els for th; stock and Wilder spent Hie' hesslng rooms. The InrRC display her- annl. Mrs.' windows, with a background of has been 111 for some time. Mr. Oar- black and white, have been redecorated with deep valances nnd clhsi Improvements have been made. . The manisge'- '.of. Mirs Bobbie Uolg and A. C. .Crame, both of here, took place here.estrjrciay. The ceremony .Tras performed by tire Rev.' Robert Chisholm> \ '•. '' ' ICE COLD _. Miis Sara .Mas DePricst and W. B. OorJsey, both of Hollan4, Mo., -were- utjiKff in- marriage Wednesday, Anjuet-!o;The IRev. E. G. Stc- pheiison'. pertOTmed', the service. Sufrrife is /eiitlsrKled to all cltl- »ns in Germany, irrespective of ustx M the' age : of JO. QUIVERING ItERVES YhU toiffi. E. FteUuim 1 * wto WMB youtg* irrt- t>7 n»ect Being Served Today Hotel Noble Tap Room OPENING FRIDAY MORNING With a Smarl New Line of Dresses, Hats «/irf Purses at Popular Prices 1 OU'.irc cordially invited to insiiect these tempting new fall tilings. You'll I'nul tlioin its fresh ;is autumn itself . . . The pick of the market. * 'I' will IK- onv jKjlify to Ininiilc only the smarlest |'i-icoil ;i|i|!;ivel for sport and street wear, antl to keep o»i' stock fresh with constant shipments of new merchandise. •WAFFLE IRON GIVEN FREE, Saturday niKht at 8 o'clock we will make a gift of a new ;:]cc-tric. walTIc iron to sonic hidy who has vis- ilcd ouv store Friday or Saturday. I'lcasu do not Tail (<i vegistcr when yon conic in sb that yon may l>e eligible to receive this gift. The Ladies Toggery THREE DOORS WEST OF KRKSS' Mrs. Lucy Mt'A'dams IVliss Ernestine Hollawd BACON, Swift's Empire. Sli. Lb. 12*/ 2 c T . i nt / LP. 1/72C Fresh. Full Dressed D.iiij. N'o, ! Not Seconds NECK; BONES, Plenty of Meal. Lb. 2c BOLOGNA, Swift's Best Grade. Lb. 9c CHEESE, Wis. Full Cream. No. 1 Ib 15c | GROUND BEEF, The Best. Lb. 6Vfrc PORK CHOPS, Best Cuts. Lb. 12y 2 c UT'L'' A ITO Roun* or l.oln. Genuine K. C. T r on OHIiAIV.)), No. 1 U. S. Go«1! JLiU. MV [ Strictly Fresh ,» lo 10 I,b. Av. Lb. 7c I MILK, All Brands. Small can 3c; Tall fo MEAL, 24 Lb. Sack 42c; 5 Lb. Sack lOc COFFEE, Bulk Pound 12c | BEANS, Great North, or Navy. Lb. 5c MIRACLE WHIP, Pint 17c; Quart 2»c PORK & BEANS, Phillips. No. 1 en 4V 2 c PIE PEACHES, No. 2 Can. Each 5c JKLLO, All Flavors. 3 Pkj?s. tor We i TOILET PAPER, Scoll Tissue, Uoll Waldorf, Roll ... HUMKO, 1 Lb. 2 Lbs. 18c PINEAPPLE, Argo. Sii. No. 2V 2 can 15c CRACKERS, Pride of Memphis j £ PRINCE ALBERT, Tobacco. Can lOc OLEO, WHson'si Best. Fresh. Lb. 9V 2 c PEARS, Libby's. No. 2% Can. Each Wv SALAD DRESSING. 07 ^", de ^ har i se ' n " d Q.t. 24c PRESERVES, All Flavors Pore Fruit 16-Oz. Jar I2c y. •> i l CORN FLAKES, Lgc. 13-0/:'. Pkg. «%c SOAP, P. & G. or Big Pete. 7 Bars 25c SOAP, 0. K. Medium Size. 1Q Bars 19c PINEAPPLE JUICE, No. 2 Can lOc SOAP, Big Deal. 6 Bars for 20c TEA, Temple Garden. \/ 4 Lb. Pkg. 9c SALMON, Rosedale. Red. Tall Can He

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