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MGEFTWO BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar Wonwri ' ot' Church of Chrlsc riefilnt »itt> Mrs! Paul Grimes. HUDAYV EVENTB Ladtes Bible class, First Methodist church, 7:30 p. m. Mrs, Alice l*e hostess '»t IT. A. Nelson home. fff B. V, 1>. U Plans to be used in connection with the organization for Uic promotion ol the sUU convention ol the B. 7. P. U.'s ol Bipilst churches will be. made at a meeting of ti:e county ruwiaUon here tomorrow night. The tonveritlon will meet »t Port Smith in November. B. Y. P. U.'s of churches at Dill, Xeiser, Manila, Leachvlllc, Liixora. Ooceola, Wilson, Boynton, Clcai Lake, Armorel «nd Blythcvillc arc expected to send representative.!, In addition to the program a special feature will be HIP conference for officers which will precede the general meeting. Tliosc in charge of these separate group meetings will be: J. P. Rriend, Miss Luna B Wilhelm, Miss Pauline Prewitl MtES Delia Purlle. Miss Eunice Jenkins and Mrs. W. A. Smith, of Osceola. The Wilhelm B. Y. P. U. of the First church here Is In charge of the' program which is as follows: organ prelude, Miss Virginia Tornp- Wru; vlpUn solo, Woodrow Fisher; organ duet, Ml&s Virginia Huffman and Mrs. E. Thomas Wrnight; address "Inspiration." j. Ramsey; organ ensamWe, Mrs. E. Thomas Wraight, Mrs. Edwin Jones and Miss Bemlcc Harwell • • « Lint berry-Duncan • .The marriage of Miss Edith Marie Duncan and Robert O. LIneberry. both of this city, was solemnized here yesterday. The Hev. J. L. Ifcwsom, pastor of the Second Baptist church, performed the ceremony. • * . t * Wade-Dill Miss Ella Dill and John Wade, both of Huffman, were United In marriage Tuesday by the Rev. L. W. Stafford. 4 9 • I'vderwood-Hwkins A marriage 'license has been Issued to Miss' Gertie Hawkins and Claude Underwood; both of Tomato. • The marriage of Miss Margnrel. Brags and John Frank I hi Prnett. •both of Caruthersvllle, Mo., was solemnized Tuesday," -August •>> H2". The Hev. Robert Chisholm rtnd t the serricc. 8. .... Criebrtte* BirtM»j-. Twenty friends ol Lartdls McLcor •were guests of l*r aunt, Mrs. C. M Patton. Wednesday • afternoon in celebration of Landls' nth blrt'.i- day. Among the.out of town were W. B. antl Martha Ray ol Halls, Tenn., niece and nephew ol Mr. and Mrs. W. A: Norman, and Rebecca Jane and Billy J. Mllharn ff Paducah. Ky., grandchildren of Mrs. Patton. After games there was a treasure hunt. - A1UNIG Of BUSK fAIUS WITH A VESm Of mm [It'fNW fHSCHBl? OffAHSY BlUt- FAIllt. Steele Society — Personal THURSDAY, AUGUST Mr. nnd Mis. J. H. Brown. Mr. nncl Mrs. T. A. Davis,' and thrir sutsi, O. A. Davis and Miss Dru- cilln Davis, of Humboll, Tenn.. have gone to Dalits, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Rlchnrd, Mrs. Harr Pett and children, Glen Harrell and Jame* Bond attended a double birthday dlpner HI t!)c home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fitzgerald of Haytl Sunday. Both Mr. Fitzgerald and son .celebrated birthday*. Mrs. C. T. Lewis Jr., has returned home from a visit in Si. Louis. Dr. J. R. McDanlel and daughters, Mlaes Huth, Alice and Mary Lou, nnd Miss Dorothy sttll led Sunday (or a week's camping irip Marshall. Hazel and Gnnelte Weaver. Cecil Earl and Cecil Hamilton, ol Steele, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Porter Harris and lamily, and Miss Edna Downing, of Holland, and the Her George W. DcHolf arid thc Rev. C. B. Laws, who are con- cvangellstlc ^ meeting Roy Harper and Newbtrry Johnson, accompanied by L. G. Wilson, of AHoij. left Friday for H vbit In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Mecrs, late of Lewijville, Ky.. have moved here where Mr. Me«rs is employed at Cook's ain. ducting here. Hayti Society — Personal at Big Springs. Oils Fowler has purchased the restaurant formerly owned by Joe Still. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Spencer nnd children, of Washington, D. C., are visiting here Ihts week. Miss Frances Stubbs was hostess, to the "What Not" club at her iioine Tuesday afternoon, with Mis- ECS Hazel Mangrum', Hazel Baldwin, Dorothy Hedge, Rachel Hill, Adeline , Stanfll »nd Marguerete Schumacher spending tlw afternoon together playing care's. The licstcss refreshed her guests with Mrs. Grace Franklin and son, sandwiches, cookies and hot choco- Johnnlc. who have been In Stn'lale. Antonio. Texas for several months, have returned.- • Mrs. L. W. Weaver spent last weekend with her mother, Mrs. Alice Stone, and daughter, Miss Florence, of Dexter, Mo. . Dock Haggard spent last- weekend with relatives at Waynesboro Tenn. Mr. nnd Mrs. Elwood Brown, of Tyler, Mo., nre guests' this week Mr. and Mrs. L. c. Spencer. l Eugene Melbrnndt, who hns been their guest for 'the past throe Mrs. Jennie Howe and daughter Miss Grace went to Cape Girar- dcau Sunday where Mrs. Rowe entered the hospital for treatment weeks, lins returned In Joiner, Ark. to his home Mrs. Ben Goodman nnd.dauch- ter have returned from a visit li) Memphis. "' ' Mr. Kllllan nnd family, who hnve been connected with thc to Mrs. Rowe has been ill for the past three weeks with malaria. Miss Rowe remained In Cape Glrardeau with her mother for a few days nnd is visiting In the home of her brother, J. H. Howe and family. Mrs. Myrtle Jackson and laug.i- ler, Miss Vernice of Memphis have been here visiting Mrs. Jackson's mother, Mrs. R. p. Murphy and her sister, Mrs. Trig Sanders and Mrs J. W. Bolen. Mrs. L. R. Grooms, who has been confined to her room for the past ten days with malaria, is able to be up for a short while. Mrs. Charles Foley lett Mondaj *«cks at Memphis and resting at nome, has resumed her duties at the Bank of Hayll. Mrs. Vfo\[ Khourle, who has own ill the past ten days with malaria, 1* much Improved and able to be up. Mrs. J. D. McGee and Mks Sue Gltlus of Concord were here Wedi*«lay visiting friends. Braggadocio Misses Ruth Bide and cousin, Irene Atee, of Deerinj, Mo., s|)cnt Thursday with Miss Viola Bennett. They attended a sliow at Hayll and were accompanied by Mrs. Bennett and Misses Nina Sylva Huckaba. Miss Viola Bennett spent Saturday with Nina Huckaba :md accompanied the Huckaba family to Osceola Sunday where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Edwards and family. Mrs. Edwards and daughter Luella, accompanied them home for the week visit licrc. Miss Geraldlnc Dodd of Steele nd 3. B. Dye of here were niar- ed Friday night. They plan to »ke their home here and Mr. Dye ill resume his work In thc Dye )rug Store. Mrs. A. Y. Huckaba and family hopped In Kennctt Saturday. Tom Lewis. Melvin McMakh nd Edd Huffman were returnini lome Saturday night on Dragga locio road when they were struck y a car driven by a Mr. McCo> f Shute 16. Tom Lewis sustained deep gash- on his left, arm and h occupant of the McCoy car re- eive.d a cut on thc lu-ad. Both ars were badly damaged. Miss Norrna Holt returned home Monday from a visit in the Ozarks. She was accompanied by her :ousln, Elmlra Caldwel! of Blythe- •llle. Mrs. Andrews relatives from Georgia arrived recently for a few be man.hr ol a Ue WtaS'Va™! ^ Je " erM> " ' Olly ' ™" where sh " c Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Brown nnd . children, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Jim Brown, of Cooter, Mo. spent the first, of the week ai Jncfcnn. Tenn.. having been called- there by the death of a rela- will visit her husband, who is war- tive Miss Mary Lou McDanicl hns spent the summer with her broth- '.ctilloren, Henry. Alley and son Carer. R. Morris King, and family. I mie.. Joe Higgins and Miss Thclma Martha Welch will leave Mon- Johnston visited Mr. and Mrs. Jack day for Kansas City, Mo.. wlicre| Hnrdln near Dsll Thursday. >hc attends school, after siwiuiing i Chnrl.»s Ed Metcalf of Drll returned from Chicago for a visit Ltf.oro goinst to Union. Mffs., where she. will tench this year. Another Biijst in the McUanlel .home tlMs week, is Miss Alice Alice McDanle'i. of Birmingham. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Caslcy and duuglitcr have returned to their hnmc in Memphis after a visit with relatives. Mrs. H<\yes Smith was hostess to ___________ ________ the summer with her jnrents, Mr. Tuesday with his cousin, Clm-lcs the Mtd-Wcek club and two guests nnd Mrs. Loy Welch. Mrs. Welch Elmer Cordon, will accompany her. Mrs. A. M. mill nnd family ;irc j moving loday to their new home on' West Main street. I J. Paul Wiltalm. who'has'been-, Funeral services were ht-U at Midway Notes seriously 111 from sleeping sickness j Sandy Ridge Sunday (or Alberta I T^w " at St. I/Dills, is now much Improved.' Ijinci, who died of colitis Saturday, coinpanif last week. Miss Rcbble Johnson won high score prize, Miss Jose- nhlne Holly bunco, nnd Mrs. Lewi! Lester, guest prize. Mr. nnd Mrs. Emmelt Yules, of Bitsoj Ntucs Mostly Personal ===== Shirley Bsrham if. s|Kndin? the week at Caruthersville as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Scbaugh and daughter, Jeanetta Jean. Mr. and Mrs..George W. Barham were calltd to Bloomfleld, Mo., today because of. the critical Illness of Mr. Barham's mother, Mrs. Mary Barham. Master Richard Orgel. son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben- Orgel, late of St. Louis who are moving to Memphis, is the guest, of his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. I. Rosenthal. nnd daughter, Miss Franclsc, this week. Mr. and Mrs. j! C. Ellis and son J. C. jr., of Barfield. have nturned from a motor trip to Biloxi. Atlanta, Chattanooga, and McGhce. Miss. They were accompanied by Mr. anc Mrs. Hedge, of Memphis^ Among these" who are in Marlanna tod ay'for the- farmers' meeting ars Fred ; Fleeman, Herschel Smart, E. V. Treadway and L. G. Byerly, of Leachville. Mrs. B. M, Matthews anci daughters, Misses : Marguerite and Ruth, spent yesterday .In Memphis. James Terry, whb" has spent nost of Ute past four years in Fayatto- vllle where he'graduated from thc sUte university -'in ' June, has arrived home to be connected with the Sternberg Cotton company. O. B. Stovsll of Wilmat. Ark.. and T. J, Stovali of - Eudora. Ark., •«11J arrive ahis afternoon to vUii Mr, and Mrs. W. H. - "stovrtl and Mr. and Mrs. JinvStovail. '•Tuije and- Mjrs. G. E. Keck and dauihters. Mrs. O. M. Po«H ol §»n Antonio,'Texas, and Mia'Mar- garel, •psnt yettefday in' Memphis. vMr. and Mrj. John L. Hnley Jr., Memphis, were Sunday guests of ' Mrs. Yntes' parents, Mr. :<nd Mrs He formerly resided here. ' , Mr. ami Mr., i™ Mcdlniock nn- and^.sfHcTen MarsSi^vIH^ 'Hie Rev. nnd Mrs. Marsh M. Cnl- i nounce thc birth of a son. la\vay and son Marsh jr.. returned', M r - a "rt Mrs. Frank Und nntl <ien at lh.e state prison. While en route to Jefferson City Mrs. Polcy visited with Miss Naoma Harbcrl vho is convalescing from a goife: operation at the Frisco hospital. Miss Slna Duggar, who has been attending summer session of Nor nandy college at ormandy, Okla arrived here the first of this week Miss Duggar will teach in the hlg school system here this year, sh b visiting friends at Steele wher she formerly taught school and I also visiting Miss Virginia Cride of Caruthersville this week. Mrs. Philip llamra and daugh tcrs Misses Pauline and Helen o Camtliersville and Miss Murcid Khouric of Fulton, Ky., were her Wednesday aftcrncon visiting Mr Wolf Khouric and daughter Mis. ftinix. Miis Irene Rnybuck. who has been on her vacation the past tw .. , .his morning from a visit with rcla- j children spent Sunday night and lives In Houston, Texas. Mr. and Mrs Hugh Nelson Thompson and sons HHS.I Nel ; on and Morris King of Memphis arc here for a brief visit enro'.ile to their firmer home. Dexter. Mo,, for thc week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sanclcfur are moving to the W. D. Clmmblin Jr., r.cme on Davis avenue. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. c ' Holder arc I, Mfs ' movlng to nuke their home «ithl^ ro ' Monday with Mr. nnd Mrs. A. J. Hill. Mrs. J. A. White, Mrs. R;cd Craw- j ley. Mrs. George Spraybcrry and Mrs. A..J. Hill visited'Mrs. Ir.i Mc- Clinstock. Monday O r i as t week. Mrs. George Sprayberry and children of Stcclc arc visiting Mrs. Sprayberry's parent, 1 :. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. White,, for n few days. Irs ' Mr. antl Mrs. Clarence Holder who have recently moved bach from I --tcele. Mo. ' | . E. Keck will RO to Wynne • to conduct criminal co-.irt.' Harridge. tllc 9llM '!", Sc[11 "on 0( Mr ' an " week. Marshall remained for a longer ilcd Mrs. Viola Marshall. Miss stay while thc others returned hi'mc Sunrlny evening. Mrs. C. D. Martin has returned from a business trip to Kanxns Phc was accompanied bv Miss Frances Gillian. Mrs. F..E. Burdine, Mr. and Mrs L. N. Lumpklns. of Lawrcnceburg Tenn.. have been guests ol Mr and Mrs. H. A. Socncc and Mr and Mrs. A. B. Rhodes. John Tucker Is 111 from an accident in which his left hand wa.1 when n lop fel! an \t M '. WayiiMboro, Ti r.erc and nesr Dell »„ A Ucy "o severely mashed on H. Miss Ruth. -Harper has returned ^^ J^cU^ Ce' ' M president, American 'spe^nt "Skencl here ^fine, has acccptert an invltn-j Mr. and Mrs. Eorl Evn, w an- llon lo ll " cnd thc «««"nionlal din- i nol ,ncc the birth of a c for Connie Mack, manager of Wednesday nl their home at TV- Atlantlcs, here Sept. 12. Ger--]cr hwe sitter, " . ., their guests Mrs. Rnley's ii S. ; ;_D.. Cavitt, of Hol- . _. , land, TlMts, vho accompanied them home from Memphis after a vlsll with reMtlyeiafiere. - Mrs.;L.;E. <Xd Jr, who has been eptadinftli*: summer In Memphis gith Mr.',,QM,;irfll.return home W- to. resume her work as jh school. i«r».'.j;;Nick .Thomas, Mrs. Carrol Bukettbrc, Mils'Margaret Cross •nd'Mrs,,Robert p«t«r are spend '-• ';day th JiethpWs,- i"Bot>Me''I>« Kirig has re- Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Tinccy Owens. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rector and Cayce Jchnston molorcl to Biythcvlllc Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Rose have returned from a week's visit with relatives in Ohio. Missc.5 Gladys nn:> Clara Mcln- tyrc have returned from Tcnnessec. v;here they visited relatives nnrl friends. • 1214 1231 i^.s friends. Tr.cir si-ttr. Mrs. ci!iii j Byrd came with them. Cayce Johnston. J:e Higsins An;i Floyd Rector went to Poplar Corner Saturday. A large crowd trom here attended thc ball game at Armorel Sunday. Burks King ot Poplar Corner vas here a short time Saturday. Raymond Crawford of IJtllo t!iv- er visited here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Sheppard and children visited relatives near Matthews, Mo., over thc 'neck-oriel. Mrs. Cayce Johnston spent Sun- Mrs. c. o. Evans of Shonyo vls- ucd Mrs. Cayce Johnston here - ursday afternoon, day with her sister, MU. Firmer Jackscn, and family near Shonyo. John Alley Is spending this w-k with relatives in Waynesboro T-im Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rector shoi P2d In Manila Monday. Mr. and - Mf£-Alton Harper .„ as. their guests last week Mrs. Ha per's parents from'Bali Knob , , • ' ' hlives K, * , '^ Wllli " m °' as llleir diluler guests Siu-.slav v lnd B , ralll , Wni " ° r , CflSTO m "- l "' at '>. their home nt Number Elgh. ' Mr j """also have accepted _ and Mrs . E . A. Boone. Mu4 c.olda /\o\v, i while In Si. Louis stop at Hotel. CLflRIDG€- LIBERTY CASH GROCERS :$H WKST MAIN ST. Specials for Fridiy, Saturday ;md Monday days visit. The fairy tern of the Tuamotn Islands, makes no nest; it lays Its s on a bare tree limb. Can't Eat Can't Sleep Can't Work A Sign Yoa'rt Rundown I When your appetite has lied and you're so tired and nervous you can't even work, much less sleep, it's a sign you're rundown. It may be due to overwork, worry or fickncss, but whatever it is, your condition calls for . a good tonic. Tuere is nothing better than Grove's Tasteless Chill Tonic, for It 'Is Iron and tasteless quinine combined. Iron, as you know, is a 'noted blood builder, while qul- ir'ne tends to purify thc Wood. Thus you get two effects of vitalf importance In any rundown con-' cition. Old and young find new appetite, new strength and energy in Grove's Tastelcfs Chill Tonic. Try it for just three days and sec the diifcrcnce it makes in you. You feel like a new person. Grove's Tactless Chill Tonic Ls pleasant to lake and contains absolutely nothing harmful. Get ii botllc today at any slore. —Adv. 2 Miss Margaret Merrill Announces the Opening of Her Music Studio Monday. Sepl. 4 Classes for Beginners and Advanced Students Across the Street from High School NOTICE In view of tliu fact that fowl lias advanced 1011% and labor about 50 ','•, we the undersigned dairymen lind it necessary to advance the prices of milk a-s folio ir.s: Retail Price Effective Sept. 1st I (|t. Sweet Aliik I <j(. linUcrmilk ON LOCUST AT I8th - - 15c 1 pt. Sweet Milk - - 8c '/ 2 pt. XX Cream pt, X Cream - - - ISc In keeping wilh the trend of the limes ond ,We Announced .reduction in jdll dcp<irt(nentjl ! Garage \ Service Dining Room ub Breakfast 35$ Luncheon 45t EST 754 DINN€K IN ST. LOUIS 35O ROOMS i EACH WITH | PRIVATE BATH !& SHOWER (IRCUIATINC ICE WATER from •samp manaqempnf - - - _ . L ' — !*"»•-• iv>j ii-jjn oju rviiu-J rrom Boyl^ Itoi., *herc s he| Mr. and Mrs. Roy Goodman ami: MD Sff ST.WU/S W/TH WHAT' YOU SAK Wholesale I'riccs Sweet Milk - - 12c i/ 2 pi. XX Cream i i|i I pi. Sweet Milk - - 6c \'i pt. Swee( Milk - - »« 1 (jt. Buttermilk - - Oc Bennett's Dairy Gretn's Dairy W. J. Faught Vester Pierce Clayton's Dairy Wahl's Dairy Garrett's Dairy 2lk p(. X Cream - - - 12c i <|t. XX Cream - - SOc i ql. X Cream - - - 'We J. F. Tompkins R. E. Jones J. D. Booker Arthur Britton Roy Gaines Joe Craig E. J. Browne Mr«. P. B. Wood SUGAR, Pure Cane. u^r"^" iu''lb : ,-.''i'lmn anyone LARD> Pure Hog. 8 ^"* ^^' Lb. 6V 2 c MEAL. 5 Lbs. lOc; 24 Lbs. i FLOUR, Mary Jane. 24 Lb. Sack 85c COFFEE, Sunny Brook or Canova. Ib 25c MILK, Libby's. Baby Size 3c; Tall can tic POTATOES, Fancy Red. Large. Lb. 3c FRYERS, Fresh, foil dressed daily N°- L rot seconds BACON, Swift's Empire or Evtrgoort sliced, Lb. 12V 2 c EGG PLANT, Nice and Fancy. Lb. y a e MUSTARD GREENS. Bunch lc TURNIP GREENS, Bunch lc BELL PEPPERS, Nice and Crisp Ea. lc SWEET POTATOES New N. Hall Ib \% ICE CREAM SALT, Pound, lc ROACH POWDER, Red Wing. Pkg. 1^ SALT, Bulk. Pound lc POLE BEANS^ Fresh. Pound Tc SNAP BEANS, Pound lc OKRA, Fresh. Pound lc CORN, Fancy. Ear lc TOMATOES, Fresh. Pound 2c SPARE RIBS, Whote sheets; Lb. 6^c PORK SAUSAGE, 100'? Pure. Lb. 5c BUTTER BEANS, Fresh. Pound 5c COFFEE, Bulk. Pound lOc NAVY BEANS, 10 Pounds 45c BOILED HAM;' "'^ w . PRINCE ALBERT TOBACCO, Can lOc PEACHES, Silverdale. 5 limit. Can lOc SALT MEAT, Slreak-n-Lean Butts Ib. 5f NECK BONES, Plenty of Meat. Ib/2y 2 c BUTTER, American Maid. Lb. 21c SOAP, P. & G. Giant Size. 7 Bars 25c SALMON, Rosedale. Red. Tall Can lOc SOUP, Phillips. 3 Limit. 3 for lOc VEAL CHOPS. Pound 5c CHEESE, Wis. Full Cream. No. 1. Ib 15c BUTEREG BREAD, fj z j^ by 1Q C COFFEE CAKE. Nice. Fresh. Each 14c VINEGAR, Qt. bottle 7V 2 c; Gal, bulk 18c HOSTESS OATS, Large Pkg. lOc GROUND'BEEF, The Best. Lb. 6c SCOT'S CATSUP, Large Bottle lOc CORN, No. 2 Pride of Illinois. Ea. Y^c CORN FLAKES, Miller's Lg. box IGc SOAP, OK IQ bars ^ PORK SHOULDER Fr.sh sinlli 7c PORK & BEANS Phillips No. 1 can SOAP Lux or Life Buoy, 2 for 13c PEANUT BUTTER 16 oz He: Qt. 19c SALAD DRESSING Real Joy Tint He qt 24c BLUE BUNNY FLOUR 24 Ib. 89t HAMS Oscar Meyers y z or w'lc STEAKS Loin i b . 20c PIf)FTI? BallariTs Obelisk, No teller Flour ci 1O *^V/UIV at any prke 24 lb %L.LJ TOMATO PASTE Staln ftZ? 1 * 2c TEA Temple Garden '/ t lb lOc; V 2 Ib. l ( Jc HENS I3c BEEF ROAST, Brisket Ib. 5c SALAD DRESSING, D'kecs med jr 19c

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