The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 27, 1934
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PAGE'TWO . qiYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Miss Pauline Stuart Weds Mr. Oscar Haulaway Mies PaulUie Stuttrl, or Memphis, will become llio bride of Mr. Oscar O. llartaay In a ceremony to be solemnized tills afternoon at Sour o'clw* ul Uio St. Stephen Episcopal church. Ths Rcy. C. E. Burke, rector of the Episcopal church at Murlanuii, will read the ring service. The set I Ing for the exchange of (he marriage . vnws will" feature poiitecttias iintl cathedral tapers, 'Die background will 1)0 tiers ,of lapsrs flunked will) taller tapers in. white candelabra arising from a|i embankment of palius, ferns and smllax, The cliiinccl r»U is lo. be hanked wjlli sinllnx and floor baskets" of poinscttliis and Hie steps leading to llio altar urc to hayc potted poinscllias ai, each side. T!ie wijitlal music will be played by Mrs. MuiTKy Smart and Miss Josephine Fulchcr, of Tcxiirkana, will sin? "Oil, Lord Most Holy". The Lohengrin, bridal chorus will herald the bride and bridegroom and Mendelssohn's wedding marcli will be iiscd/for the recessional. Miss Margaret Keck will ligtil tlio candles. She is to wear a frock of gold 'rough crcpo trimmed with n brown lace belt and flowers "at the tliront and u corsage of roses and swest pens, The bride's suit. Is of navy blut knitted wool. The straight Hue • skirt Is , belted ivKli n bow ana" the finger length swagger cos. lias u wide sailor collar extend-. IDE o\er the shoulders This coa. will be woni over n short boleri jacket, fastened- \villi « boil', nn{, a white silk blouse which has tiny tucks in the fiont and oil (lie fleeus She will wear accessories ill navy with a small turban lr|m- mcd In n nose \c|l Her corsage is white eaideiilab ind.vp.licv lilies . ' . . Immediately. after (he ceremony Mr. Hardaway m ( d Ins bride will leave for a motoi trip to New Orleans Upon their letunvin several dajs, they will make thdr honiu in Memphis for (lie present. The bride, who is Iho daughter of Mri B J. Stuart, of Harrls- bmg Ark, and Hie lute Mi 1 . Stuart, wns reared in Mena, Ark., but has nindc her home in- Memphis fpi IMO ycais • ' The bridegroom has been in the colion business li^rc for, a years He i°i the heart of Ihc O. O. Hard- BJV'ay Colton company. 'Arnonj the out of town giiesis here .for Ihc tscdillng arc.' Miss Irene stijujl, of Jl.nrisbiirg, s|s- wi of the bride, Mr and Mrs. Alex Silrcwdlt iind daughter, Miss Marine, of Gflmorc. Ark., Mrs Harry Pi Ice of Tyronai, Mr and Mrs Hugh luckei, j-red miens, Mi and Mrs, Ficd Thomas, the lotlcr a niece of Mr Hnrciawny, 'hen ion, Kenneth Thomas Mrs Willis Young and Mrs Ada Lewis also nieces of Mr Haidsvny, Raymond Holland and Jeff Gros all of Mem phis. ' + * > Mrs, Maigarel Deon Weds Mr. George Smith Announccniejil lias been marie of the marnagc of Mrs. Margaret Decn and Mi. George p. Smith, which was solemnized Sunday evening After a brief lioncjmooii spent n Mempnla Mr. Smith mid his bride nrc now .it home in- the hT M "I 3 ' 0 "' rcccntly l"'«hi>sc<l tuck " l 3 " ea^.-Kcn- Mn> Smith li, owner of the DM " Bcailly sll °i> a » (1 W comic(:| cd with the Steam Laundry. * • » To Ha lc Johil Installation. The local Masonic and Eastern ?„ tr iiT nbcls wl " havc - 1 J°'«t Installation of officers this evening, at the hall. 7 30 o'clock. * • e Son Born. and a number of prizrs were awarded. Harrls-SHIfi. < Miss Ix)ls Well Sliles, diiMijhtcr ol Mr. and MIS, Luc Slllps,' and Mr. Kcrniil H. ffarris, were united in marriage Sunday al cur- tiiltersvillc, MO. The bride attended the Ulylhe- vllto hlgj, school und Mr. Harris, who Js ;t former iveidcM of fine Bind, is now connected ylih [lie Sinclair Helming coihpiuiy horc, .where they will maxe Ihclr home. Bits q/.. Mostly Persona''' . : ; Charles Ray Mnvcomb has re turned to Bhrcvcport, La., ajler spending Chrlstnuis here. Mr. and Mrs. J, Ernest Hudson u nd ton, Jiteimtc, sjutit yesterday in Memphis. Mr; and Mw. f(. U Hrudlcy and family will go to Litlle Rotk to- nnwov for several days visit with relatives awl friends. Mr*. A. J. H. Reid, of Henderson, Tenn., is tlic guest of her son, Miix n. 'Held, and family, Another son, Furtovv Held, brought her over Tuesday and Is now in 81, Louis. : lie will return here Friday lo accompany lior home. •Mr. and Mre. J. G. Barnes spent Tuesday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles CrlBger, Jr., inid Mr. . ivud Mrs. Hernnrcl Cooch went to M.cmptiki yesterday for Bar) Carroll's VimUlcs. They will return 'tonight. Allen Poscy, \vho has been i;er- lously 111 from pneumonia, is 'better today. Mi', mid Mrs. victor emit' »"(l children arc leaving today (or i\'ew Orleans to mpke Uicl'r 'hopio. Bob Maltliewi, of New Orleans, Is , reluming home, lotluy after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oraig. Mrs. Liilher .Williams, of St. touts, is the guest of her parents, Mr. unrf Mrs. Jolin Wnldcn. Miss -Annie Laurie Collins is vis- tin? hci 1 brother, Burl Miller, in Memphis. W. M. Crow is in ' Princeton, Ky., for a visit with liis ))ioi;-,.-r. J. T. Collins Is critically 11) at, -.lis. home on Heurn St. Mifn' Sfargiierilo Wilton nin| id|s. sell ^^arr spent Chrlsimas in Sp- dullHi ..Me).,! us guests ol Mr. Mnrr's rclnlivjts. ' •Alr.^jiiid MITS. W.- N. -Williniiis have a.s ihclr guests Mr. uttd Airs Heiningway, ol Chicago, Mr and ' v l 'W. « York city, announce the Hrtli 01 a son on Ccccmbcr 10 The Aa '°" M ' weluer was reared m thk * * * f< t. 0. Chapter Hai J>inner Tarty. Members of the ' \\. K c, r- «-»»- ''ihe 16 present were scivrd ,i " 3 ' h *"^ Imner! cr^'tlngo was played A Bladder Lax »;Us* Juniper, Oil, ' • 'Leaves, Eli, hrcgillarll.y," yakei ]ou up, flush gk^'^erlmperoil"*'* ln> little emcn i-,t,i n i.. '.,,_:,'_..' te-WH, I ff, - r, in a on U, e '!'« , , c fabteta ' called 3U ~tax Works l lo t poorly «*l«ta(l «,aiity now, . in four.daj f - V" ,', ', ' Hazelliurst, Miss. , A. w. Morris and son, Don, of Gainesville, Mo., arc S i«*| s of Ml . and Mrs. K. ^r. Terry and family Mr. and Mrs. Reinsert Wctcn- »I|) retiirjicd li omq (0{ | ny r ,- om Memphis where they spent Christmas with Mr. Wclcnknmp's mo[her They arc plannliig to move shortly to the home they have Diirchascd on Kentucky, avenue, Mr. and Mra. Giilhric King hnvc s llteir guest Mrs. King's molliL-i- Mrs. R. p. Little and daughter' Miss Fannie Little, of Unlousvlllc Mo. and Mrs. E. A. jarmoii of M w Sl °«' D ' C " a " rt "'•«»' Mrs W w . stoi-j- and son. Jack. of Oklahoma Oily. okla. Mrs Jnr- mon mid Mrs. story are also sisters of Mrs. King. Mr. and Mre. E. M.'. Terry and son, E. M Terry Jv.. ami Bob crrck attended Enrl Cm-roll's Vanities in Memphis last evening Mrs. Leroy Wood ami Mrs. Da- cid Marion Barton, of Wilson arc in Memphis today. Mr. and Mis. John E. Love returned last nlglil from. Aekcrmai,, Mlss.. ; where they sjwnt Christmas, with relatives, Mrs..- Louis Wilson is ill at her home on West Ash street Joe Burns jr., has returned to St Louis after several days slay K'lli iclative. 1 ;. . liiirl, iici- fiatfr. Mr. U. K. Hudson was best, innn. Mrs. Smith has been employed in her father's store at Ilollnnd since her graduation from Holland high school in 1931. Mr. ymltlj Is owner and manager of tlie Shell service Malion and Smith Uroltiere 'rviickini; company of Btcclc, They will make their home here, RrO\V||rJOI)f [i. : Miss Jiiitli Uro«'n bei'muc (ho brldo of Mr. Kay Jones ln<<n cerciiiony performed by Justice of tjio Peace 'Mux | ( . Kcllcy al his ofllcc h.erc Moiiddy. Thiiy wore Attended by Abner rtshcroft and Mrs. Blwood Drown. ;v The bride, daughter of Gilbert Bwn, attended steels high'tchool. >lr. Jones, son of Mr. und Mrs. J. n. Jones, of cooler, and brother of Abncr MlcroR is n mem- uer of the senior class it Cooler high school. They n-iH make their home at. Cooler. .«IfM 'iniosciw Manning has returned froin u monlli'ii visit In Aniarlllo, Texas. She was iie- cciiiiianiod home by her ei.stcr und the lutler's husbanii. Mr. and Mrs Glen fa'jnlth, who will spend the holidays here. Mr. ami Mrs. T. Leonard (ins- sidy, of ,Morley, arc housegiictiUs of Mrs. Cassldy's parents, Mr, and Mrs. A, J. Oi-crtiirf, niicl sister Mrs. li. c. stccle, Jr. Miss Rosoiia Simmon? and her brother, Richard Simmons, of llcr- nn,,111.. and fills Koury and his mother, of Wiirdcll, nrc quests of Mr. und ^^re. N. Koury and Mr, and Mrs. c. \i>. Howard • ere dinner B i le .Ms of Mr. and Mrs, teidetl college »t Carbondale, Hi. Ilo owns a photographic sUl(11o at Mci.ciiiwboro, wh?rc the . younk couple will make their home wi"l the groom's mother. . ."' Business Women' Sponsoring Series 01' Peace Messages A serleji .of radio brondcasts has ,''"". a "L anec(i *>>' u 'e Jntenia- lonii! ftdcrntton of Bi«lncs» and women .oil .,'• Women Peace" which inembera licnr IOCUl Cll ' b are 1>lanrln B ^ Tomorrow aftajioon, 3-30 o'clock Jane Ailc|nms, president 'of tlie Women's International League for J'eacc and Freedom, will K! >M over the Nile. This will be the third ot the se- te.ln which leaders of some o( ' c foremost women's oiBSniza- lioiis of the country will plead fbv world peace. On January 4 Mrs. Celine Mai:- "omilrt Bowman, president br tiic Nntion,,! Federation of -Busing 0190 " W ' ?m(!1| ' s " ol " te ; THURSDAY, DECEMgEiR r 37, Uoytl McBi-ldc,. of Cunilliers- rl r ' lol!5c e«^' i ' of Mr. und Mrs. L,. c. Spencer. .KIS "nr 1 M r6 ' n: "'' h v|(l|! ^ ints of Mr, and Mrs. j p ° S " nd L 1 "' 1 " 15 '' or week. ' Miss La Verne Chitwood and Paul GalJiaji Many , Mo., Dec. v™ ?; .." mn ' lr| B c of Miss Ln- P« ,?°r- P !! tWOOtl ' ° f tllifi M ?' ""'I Paul Oiilljiin. of McLeajwboro, III «'iis iinnouiiccd today. The wcrf- *i'B took place 'here ^turday ' « '• ,?' 'ho .Kastwjod Mcntorlal Methodist .ehl.rcb, the. Rov.- C, C' UoJiihiirdt.- snying tlic single :«jjg ceremony in t |, c ,,| C5 cnce or rcla- tlvea aim „ r wv i,m nm i c [ricll(|s Mr ^i" 9 !i " lc "flugmcr of fw ;1 ,'; d Mrs ' w -' D - owu-ood or us city. She was graduated rrom I he local high sclloo , wljll t|lc class ot '32 innd for the past few yen re has been cmploj-od In the odiccs of the Midwest Ice Cream company here. . ' Tlie groom is tlte nepliciv of j' J. Gnllian, proprietor or a Wio- togruplik studio here, lie was graduated rrom tlic' McLcnnsboro '''•. nigh sclicol and Inter at- Josciihlnc Sclialii. chairman 01 the peace committee of thei Inter""""'"" Alliance of Sum-age am -JtlMjjbhip. is to 'be -tea. lured, IUI Other Bjicakcrs include: Mw. Ar"»' Brln. president of the Nil. llomil Council of Jewish Women Airs. c»rrio Chapman Catt, honorary c-l.airmaii of the Nations Ummiiuicc on- the -Cause nm Cure of War; j lls . EsMts M Slcnibcrgcr. 'executive dlrcotor of Woild Pcacewijys; Mrs. Florence Brewer Bocctel, educfitlou dlrec- ipr of the National Council for Ihe Prevention of War- Mrs ; Elh A. Boole,-president of Uio World woman's Christian Temperance union; Mrs. araco Morrlsoh Poolc Piciidcut, of the General Fcdera. lion of .Women's clubs and llci" Mndesln Phillips, president" of th', Jntcrntitlonal Federation of 'Bits! 'H'.ffi mid Professional Women. Hunting Belter Than FarinllU' CANYON CITY, Ore. (UP)-Slr "lid Mrs. Walter Lowe,'' Prairie City rancher.';, have rntuid preda- lory eniiie hunting more-profitable than furming. i n three 'months hey tjiiegcd G-lo coyotes, "bobcats badsws and skunks .thai" had preyed on neighbor's crops.. Lowe collpclcd n bounty of. S3.50 fo. tnch 1 coyote pelt,''-' •'•«"..':•-. ,»,-. LAXATIVE Beet If Chewed tl.uu.e ,h,y CHEW Fewi-m;.,!, (,« J,. litwui mint d,,»Hn ? cum | u ,, iv ,; ,],, I,,;. ur. i. matd with Ktlpful . .,li:i iui t , s 111, food i»d go.> tat, ,h« .,.„,„ g 1 j'J '1 "° 5 m "' ltwiv « " " luddcnly md upjrt iu dcli»[< mo,, n.tur.1 ,cti. n m ,l u F« Miss'Glcrida Capcluirl and Floyd Smith Wed STEKI.E, C.i»cliart. Noble iCju TIRED, NERVOUS, RUN-DOWN? fight "colds the vitamin way — Miss Cilendii cr cf Mr. and Mrs. .of Holland, ai«l Q ... - " - ' s on of Airs. Ida t»)>it i, of Stcelc, were united liil' marriage Christmas evening in a!, •eicnipny performed,. by ti,, Rl . v . n i , FWLcr al Carulhcrsvillc. Only Intlmnlc friends were present. Tlie' bride,,who .wore •« blue -— and velvet W n with £ cs .111 navy blue, «-as - al- teiidcd by Miss Mai-y • Lynn.Cape- VOUK liealtli power sin-inks in winter. You 5lny (minors more — Kct less cNcrvisc, less fresh air. Tho eunsliiiii! is sickly. As ;i result, you cali'h "colds" easily, you c:i"'t skcji, you feel off your feed. Scicni'o tells us thai "colds" and olhi-r wintcf illnesses arc oflcn till! IVSllH „; ];„.}; ,,f vl(«|l|ins A »ml l>. A is your Ixuly's iirst line nr (li-fi-'iisc u K ainsl infection. 0— tin: "sunshine" vitamin —builds Wlyjirjiics niKl tcttli. Miitnkx In luvilmi liiscoivrics, y»u van ulitniti llu-sc two valu'nhlt! vitamins (lu-oiif$liDUl llic winter. JlcKKssoN^-ln.s separated them In.m end liver oil, and rancen- tniteij Dim) iinldicioiis chocolnlc- coaled tablets. oN's VITAMIN CO.VCKI*. 1HATK T.VBI.KTS OK ! COII I.IVER Oil. help you stop "colds" before they start., nnri give new vitality. Each liiblet brings, you all the vilrunjiuj in one Icaspoonfiil cf U. 8. P. X (revised I'J31) Coil I,iver Oil/ Take them yourself, and j;ivo.. llieni to your children. They con- lain calcium and phosphorus lo help younjftterj; builii sturdy fiones ami sound, even teeth. These talj- li-ls arc a fooil, not a medicine. (>cl tfium at your drutTk'isl's. A il'illar bottle brings you 101) tab) Ids. Children love their tempting taste. I'rolccl your family froni the danger of becoming "nm- <lown" with McKKSSON'N VITAMIN CO.NCENTRATK T.VBI.KTS. ,. o. Gets yo deep and feel "full of.p Drus Stoie. - j TUNEIN- on FRED WARING and Itis Petirisyluanians Thursday, 8:30 H. M.-N. B. C. Announcing the new Ford V-8 for I93o to the public in a special program. ""'• '' ' '.' - 'PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. iVulharizcd Dealer NRA COMPARE ALf OUR PRICES NRA LIBERTY CASH GROCERS SI-END YOUR SCR> SI-END YOUR SCR|l> HERE a<!ei „ Specials for Friday, Saturday and Monday BANANAS BLACKJEYEfEAS iSlinne>sotii Cobblers Pound FOTAim CORN ' PrWc of lllinois TOFFEE Sunny Hrook PORKJTEM ONIONS CllY Pound Fancy California Stalk PINEAPPLE JUICED LETTUCE POTTpffiAT Mp Tie Dok Small Cans Large Heads • • Each 5c Standard Can Sliced Pound Fresh. CANOVA COFFEE Lb. "IT SURE IS GOOD /»_„ COFFEE" .'[_'. ' Lfln mffiyjfa'wvij?--^ or 7ic Or BOLOGNA I'ound TOMATOES FJorida Each Standard. No, 2 Can Each 8c (MANGES C *' N "™"- '^r 29c DOGTO FIOURS OYSTERS Victory Libby, I>et or Carnation _g Small or 3 Tall Cans APRICOTS ORANGES GRAPEliJTS Fresh Marco Quart .far Florida (!ox Frqil Dozen Ucd Triumph I'ound Hcrshey ..".,/ Found ilJ ™ ler ' s i 'Hi-apple, LIBBYS SPECIALS 2 can 17r ,11 • ,-, • • • '• •*•«* i*--v ktj » *t ?$' ^<m • • itiii 'of, r"" ' ' Tomato,Juice, No. I . --...n,, iy t Can - ISi 1 Can - • - 7,, \A Chcrriw.Ji/z Cmi 25e : Pickles, Swwt Plaiivor I'nut Salad.' 2'/, ,-«n y.tie Mixed, 22^. Jar • 23c LOGANBERRIES HOMINV 1 Fut. Full Dressed Pound 20c Blue Tag No. 2 Can 17c VEALCHOPS_ GREEN BEAfiS Stoker's Finest Small Can Large Can Or ROAST I'ound Blytheville Cans StoKeiy's Can TUNA FISH J\.bbys~"> "-•'• '_ Can -VITA FRESH . ••.• GOOD TO THE'LAST PROP^LD).;. CARROTS Fresh and Crisp Bunch Daisy. Full Cream I'ound Fancy K. MlNGPfflir I'ound 15c CaJuniel Lb. Can K; C. Thick Rib GINGER ALE NECOO Hound JL JLlfC Oh! Boy! Quart itoltie 9c Fresh and-Mealv Pound " Dozen 9c Best Compound Pound 1:1 2 C J'iilsbury 20-LI). Sack STFRF INfi S P a Shetti or Macaroni OlLfHLdHU ij-oz. Box. 3 for 93c SARDINES American ' 3. Cans lOc lOc PEAS CAULIFLOWER mm Mid-West -' M-Oz, Boltlt Michigan. English Can lOc Fresh I'ound 9c (Juiicn Quart .Jar 32c Best Cream -Sack I-argc Can Eiich isc Full Droned BACON 18c SALMON • •.-•/, • T^r —• •....-... i ... ... Armour's Mclrosp, Sliced Pound Ch\im 9c DEL MONTE SPECIALS Sweet 1'iekle I'eachW N«- Wl ^"v } • - - 27c Fruit Cotktail, No.,2'/ z Can— -'-;/... 33c rrttncs,. I'l-eparcsl. .i\fo. 2'/j Caiv"' .'/. . . . i'uj c I'inuaunle ' /

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