The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 7, 1933 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 7, 1933
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILL8, (ARK.> COURIER NEWS ' : gttU&SDAY;-: SEPTEMBER 1933 SQCMJ} Oafehckr PIUDATTB KVTHT8 Woman* Auxiliary, 1 - American Uflorj, ftrt. A. M. Washbilrn hos- tfo, J P. M. , Dorcas Sunday school claw, First Xaptlsl church, ejection of officers at church, 1:30 p.m. . Stniw HUh P. T. A. Euc«Uve B*ar4 Meets There will be a call meeting of the senior high school Parent Teacher association's executive board this evening, 7 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. B. A. Lynch. to perpetuate guests lier mother, Charles Geller, and Miss Jean Knaus, of Toledo, Ohio. Miss Sue Bull will leave Sunday afternoon for Lyndiburg, Va., where she Is to attend Randolph- Macon college. Mrs. Walker H. Baker K|«nl yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Mason, of Jonesboro, were here last night Osceola Society — Personal Mis. T. W. Snced was hostesa lit'r two table bridge club and he accompanied Prof. Norton Jones of UUle Rock who was principal of the Citizens school here Uet year. Mr. Kclser will leach again • this year at Reiser. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Driver and their small daughter, Anne, Mrs. C. J. Lowrance Jr., and her small , were Memphis vls- havlng come over because of the " lr » death of Mr. Mason's sister, Mrs. jR. D. Robbins, of UUle Rock. Mrs. F. R. HaMer, of Little Rock, of guests Wednesday afternoon at her home here. Mrs. Jinrry Driver was winner of high score club prize and Mrs. Hugn Ktmweol AsVm Is Fanned An organization the memory of those who arc bur- lei at Elrnwood Is attending to business hero for H« B licy won high guest prlz*. Mrs. several days. Miss Huth Butt will leave Tuesday for New Orleans. La, where she Is a student at Sophie Ncw- comb college. Harry Archer, O. T. Meyers and Jlughcy, iO. O. ~ Kemley, of Jonosboro. are to business liere today. Reed yesterday afternoon. Tills 15 tie first group ever formed to care for this cemetery but the adjoining cemetery, the Maple Drove, has been cared for-* number o! years by a similar group. Mrs. Leslie Moore was named president; Mrs, M. G. Goodwin, secretary; Mrs. Nelll Reed, treas-1 lirer; Mrs. A. B. Holland, recording fecretary; Mrs, U. W. Mulllns. reporter. W. H. Stbvall, of the Cobb Undertaking company which o*ns thto burial tround, met with the women • and eonferre*! with them tor plans to bt curried out this Hayti Society — Personal fall. It was voted to meet on the first and third Wednesday of each month with the next meeting to be held at the home of Mrs. Good- Win. In Is here from Atlanta Mrs. Reed, the social hour assisted by Mrs. Baker Wilson, cake and coffee. Women's Bible AtoK Chun Haw A. Social jThe Men's and classes and the Beta Chi Sunday sihool class- of the First Presbyterian -:phurch had a social meet• ' '••" 'church last evening. jMserit made plans ' or • contest to be held during the next two months In which members of the winning -class will hive a tnrtey dinner. Games were played, there were contests and music before the serving 'of pte and • sof f e«. Mrs. L. I-. Lcflcr of Oran, Mo who has been here visiting her mother, Mrs. Molllc Dorrls, and her sister. Mrs. L. C. Averill, and 'other relatives, has returned to her home. : Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mayes are entertaining Mrs. Hayes' mother Mrs. P. H. Prewltt of Fayetteville. Mrs, B. D. Crowe left for Memphis where she \vlll meet her son, Roger Crowe of Stuttgart, Ark., and his wife. They will go to Chicago to Join Mrs. Crowe's son and wife, Dr. and Mrs. n. L. Crowe, and daughters, Norma Latin and Helen, and attend the World's fair. Mr. and Mrs. Mendel Shnlnbcrg took their children Jerome and Carole to Memphis for medical .treatment Tuesday, remaining until Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Harmon accompanied their daughter, Miss Gradl Mai to Memphis Saturday. Miss Harmon will go to Memphis each Saturday to study music. Willard Russell has been in Jefferson City where he attended an American Legion convention. for u visit with her molher, Mrs. J. II. Lovcvell, was also presented a guest prize, as was Mrs. Charles Driver of Uttlc Rock who Is visiting Mrs. W. J. Driver and Mrs. E. 8. Driver In Osccola. •-' • » • Mis. George Dlckefson Is opening a kindergarten at her home on Elizabeth street Monday morning, 'flic enrollment will be limited to twelve children between the ages of four and six and schc&j. hours will be from !) to 11:30 Mrs. Dlckcrson is a graduate o( Arkansas Teachers college at-Conway and is making a special study of kindergarten work. She will use materials and outlines from Colum- blu University In the school. Mrs. Ben Butler.has as her guests this week her nlece, : Mt£s Noll Hamilton and her nephew, George Tidwell jr., of Memphis. Mrs. R. H. Cromer and Ihe Misses Marlon and Virginia Cromer visited Mrs. F. L,. Phlpps and her daughters, Frances and Catherine In Memphis Monday and Tuesday and attended the Mid-South lair. G. B. ScKKivcs o[ Oeceola and Judge Z. B. Harrison of Blythevllle arc business visitors In Little Rock today. Mrs. Ely Driver spent Monday In Memphis. George Bnsil jmd Nelson- Sc- grnvcs and Jcltie Driver left Ihls morning to nttcnd the University of Arkansas ut Kaycttevlllc. They were accompanied by Bobble Woolfolk of Marion, who was the ovcr- nlghl guest of George Basil and Nelson here last night, attending the dance. John Kelser returned Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Taylor jr., attended a bridge party in TyronM Wednesday evening. Mjjor and Mrs. F. P. Jacobs and their son Fred of Osoeola, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Cul- lorn, (heir son Joe and daughter Caroline, returned Monday from Chlcigo where they visited the World's Fair. Ben Butler was a business vlsl tor In Little Rock Wednesday. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Harwell, Miss Catherine Harwell, Mallory Harwell and Miss Nell Rho«de« let Sunday to visit the World's fair li Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Grain vltl their children, Ruby and Jlmmlc and Mr. and Mrs. John Craln o Wilson visited • the Mid-South tali in Memphis Tuesday. Charles Coleman and Count; Agent s. D. Carpenter attended il>c cotton acreage reduction meetiiii In Memphis Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey While, their sons,.John and Boyd, accompanied by their brother, Jap While, who is visiting here from Orccn Bay, Wijs., spent Tuesday at the fair In Memphis. Mrs. Charles Coleman, Mrs. Clus Rose Rose and Mrs. Herbert shi[>- pen were Memphis visitors Tuesday. pcned Sunday will continue for about two weeks with tlie Rev Bullijigton of Hayti In charge. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Devore o Jape Glrardeau are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cohoon, parents of Mrs. Devore. Mrs. Callle Horton of Memphis s vltitlng Mr. and Mrs. Gideon Crews for an extended time. Miss Vcra Kichard returned Tuesday from Flint, Mich., where •she spent three weeks with her sister, Mrs. Orville Plnkston, who accompanied her home. Miss Hazel Cohoon has returned from Cape dlrardcau where she underwent a Umsllectomy. j A'miscellaneous shower for MrsJ Virginia Lovell was given at the home of Mrs. Luther Hayes last Thursday night. Hospital Notes Patients admitted to the Blythe- vllle hospital: Wesley Wilson, Stecle, Mo.; K. C. Hale, Cooler, Mo.; Mrs. Mattle Whitehurst, Huffman. Dismissed: Mrs. Stanley A. Pepper and baby, Huffman; W. S- Ing, Ocsnell; Mrs. Ida Hicks Osceoia, CONSTIPATION RELIEVED BV PLANT LEAVES AND ROOTS Thedford's Black-Draught Is ono of the moat popular laxatives sold OX*? btt«u» It 1> nude of Ihe lt»vt] mnd rcou o[ mtdlclRil plants. »w} bc- OUK It bitafi rclrtililnc relic! froia cccJtlpllton (roubles. Tcj it for »!»>•- tctict, ilu(gl!b or coDstlpsled bevels. This Letter Will Brine Joy To Fat Folks and Neuritis Sufferers "Dear Sirs: 1 was so crippled with neuritis all down left side of jny head and arm and both knees so swollen that I could hardly gel up and down. At times my feel pnlncd so badly I thought my toes vould break off. 1 tried everything. Tr.e doctor told me I would b2 no ! better while I lived here but I .lopped in a drug store in Brooklyn, N. Y.. one day last November !>nd the man In charge told me Holland News Notes Mrs. Fnnntc Coleman drove (o Memphis Sunday with Mr. nm: •Mrs. Paul : Cooper of Cooler, returning In the afternoon. John Cohoon, who has been critically 111 for: some time, Is improving slowly.- The Methodist to take Kruschen for 3 weeks relief better revival which steady and I would get which I did. Never felt r.nd along with It, have loot weight. 1 weighed 210 then. NOT I weigh 154 .ind while I'm over 50 yrs. old 1 feel 36. I.took It for one thing— fct two—no I now have 6 others liprc taking it." Mrs. A. V. Carr. Ft. Tilden, N. Y. "It's the little daily dose that ('ocs it" so take a half teaspoonful rf Kruschen In a glass of hot \vntcr every morning before breakfast. Get Kruschen at any live nrusgist in the world—a jar lasts 4 weeks and costs but a trifle. —Adv. 3G-8 HAIR DYEING KM S. 1*1. Uiften HaVe Heetlut Friday The Installation of officers, a report of U>e rwent Mat* con- vejjtton, plans • for • the • yen's activities, two talks and special mutter will feature the meeting of the American Legion auxiliary Friday at the home -of Mrs. A.. U, Washbum. .-..•.. The time of meeting . has been changed 'from -3 to 2:30 o'clock. • * • Evkatire B*ard. Metis Plans for. .the year's work were made at a meeting of the executive hoard, of the Junior, high school Parent-Teacher association yesterday afternoon. The first; meeting of the entire group will be held next Wednesday afternoon. • .I. • ' * Dm»|hUr Bora Mr. and Mrs. Morris A. Kelly announce the birth -'of a daughter yesterday at their, home, 1M4 W. Ash street. The. baby, who weighs ten pounds, has-been named Margaret Ruth. Mrs. H. O. Harmon was in Mem- J Jr °m a trip through Colorado where phis Monday where she met her — daughter,, Miss .Christina, who has been In Houston, Tex., visiting her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. James Co- bcm. Miss Harmon also visited In New Mexico and lierlco. Sunflower seeds for rat traps. are good bait To Insure Your Cotton Call 797 CaudiilV Agency GENERAL INSURANCE 106 North Broadway V. --- - ' MARCY LEE WASH FROCKS Smart as the times art these new Fall styles by MARY LEE fieri hair dye we give is an individual MiTrfe*, w'ith Ihc treatment based on the' 'condition of each head nf hair. No two heads require the same, treatment. Our operators are trained in the use of every INECTO pro d u c t. Consoltatlors free— Service reasonable. Margaret Deeu Beauty Shoppe Phone IWi Bits oj Nttis Mostly Personal FAMOUS . : • •. Joe Applcbaum Next ])o<ir To Guard's Jewelry . We Arc 100'; Behind thcNRA On Saturday Ihrrt will bt A Ircolh In front nf nur store for <hc rtgistraUon -of consumers N. K. A. cards Do your bit by slcnlnr a mi Saturday. ' • '• '' Janet Walker Tailored DRESSES Miss Ruth Whitworth, who has bren quite ill several days, Is now conv-alescing. •Mr. and Mrs. John Webb and family are 1 moving today from trie lormer J. T. Hall residence to their home • at 719 West Main street. Mrs. Beale Maseey, of Corning Ark., has joined Mr. Massey here and they are not; at home in the Ward apartments. 1035 West Xsh street. • • • Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ward and «m, Moyd jr., arrived -home Tuesday from Hardy where they spent most of the summer at Camp Rio Vista. ..".• . --" Mr. and .Mrs. \ Kin? Matthc«-s arid daughter, Patty Jean, liavc morfd to. .--the- ..former Brogdon home on Holly . str«t. Mrs. Mftt- tHe*s and daughter have been residing In Fulton, Ky., for several years. '.-.... lir. ijiid'MTS. "8. P. OTohnson and <$«ufrhter,"'M[ss Margutrlte, spent m-'Uerhj>h'ls. '. arrteh wil return tp his -In Newjwrt, "Ark., today after having t*tn the gutst of. Miss Sue Btftt. ; : •'. • : Mia -Louise Tasthrrer, who is employed In Memphis, is spending « week's vMatlpn at home. ; Mrj.^J. .A. Tftschner has as her JancL Walker Drewos will parllcii- larly nppcnl lo women who do^Irn a strictly tnilorccl Irock with uHrn :,nurt lncs ____ now s new fnlt modes hi » of attractive styles. wide s the niuge 95 Wealth Cty*kian ;win tel! yau 1 that en<ct-.PiuriflcatIan of the Sya- rifc.'.-'Sg'tTSre'" Foundation of feet'BMtlth."^Why ndl rid •f ehromic' ailments that iadeirpiillg tyotr.. 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We have n large assortment, and there is a dress for evcrv hour nT the day for you. Styles Exactly as Pictured No. 468. Cape sleeves that arc pleated, and set on with a heading, accentuate the broad shoulders of this smart erope with pique collar and jabot. Sixes 14 to 20. Colors Navy, Brown, Wine. No. SOI. This attractive plaid favors a simulated vest of white pique, trimmed with pearl buttons. The sleeves are large puffs with cuffs of white pique. Sixes 1-1 to 20. Colors Copci], Red, Navy, Grey. $195 $495 CINDERELLA FROCKS for the Miss of 6 to \4 Yeafs Attractively styled of tub-fast materials, we Resent a varied showing of Wash Frocks for the School Girl ... All moderately priced. 98c We Are 100'"' Ucliiiid the NBA On Saturday there will he a Ixwlh In front of our slorc for Ihe registration of constimtrs N. R. A- cards. ... Do roar bit by signing a card Saturday. JACK Southwest Corner Main and Railroad LIBERT CASH GROCERY 314 WEST MAIN ST. 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SALAD DRESSING, pt. 14c 24c SALMON, Rosedale. Small. 7y a c; Lge^llc J BUTTER BEANS, Fresh. Shelled. Lb^ 5cj HUMKO, 1 Lb. 9^c; 2 Lbs. 18c| ONIONS, Red or Yellow. Pound 3V 2 c-. SPARE RIBS, Strictly Fresh. Lb. 6V 2 c ^ BEANS, Great Northern or Navy. Lb. 5c MILK, Libby's. Small 3c; Large 6c! PORK & BEANS, Phillips. No. 1 en 4V 2 c j TOMATOES, No. 2y 2 Can 9c COFFEE, Sunny Brook. Jar or (Vin 3 Umil Lb. 25c COFFEE, Cli asc & S a nborn Z Limit Lb. 25c HENS, Full Dressed. Nice, Fat. Lb. 14c OATS, Hostess. 55-Qfl. Box 10c Porto Rican , Hall, I.b ......... 3c VEkS, Rosedale. Petit Poise No. 2 en 12c CORN FLAKES, Large 13-Oz. Pkg. IQc CERTQ, Makes Jelly Jell. Bottle 27c VEAL CHOPS, _ Pound fe KRAUT, Scott County. 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