The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 22, 1932 · Page 2
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• CMUtiUce \ Gi«n' Dinner. , , . of the executive com- •tttee ol UK Christian Endeavor ; '.ja the First Presbyterian chureh "..**?* guests ol the Rpv. and Mrs. Hirsh M. Caliaway for a dinner <.Wedjiesd«y evening In the social '" " of the church. Lois Hooper, - _e >Dobyns, Dcnnle Fon'.'er and Tommy Thompson were present. V? Plans for Increasing church attendance, raising money and religious: education extension were discussed. . This meeting was a folloiv-up of a meeting held recently at tlie home ;« Dennle Fowler .when the 200 .members'present-elected office re. .-'-•*. . * . . ,'GM*s*Au>ad Kill Cant Club Sopptr Dance. ;.'.• Mr. and Mrs: W. J. Pollard, Mr. ;»nd Mrs. Foriisworth Black, Mr. mud l$rs. Russell Parr, Lhr. and '.Mrs. it. 0. Usrcy and Mrs. ness ;P»Ee. Walton wcrc guests 6t the Kill Care club last, evening for Die twice i month supper duicc at th» Womafj's club. ' .,'.'. ' The rliostesscs, Mrs,.-£. F. Blo- meyerfuid Mrs. C. V. Sebaiig'h, liad a *upjjer menu served .before dancing w«s enjoyed with music by O§car ^Elliott's orchestra. Several couples were elsctcd to membership in a brlel business session. -. . . .; ' 'Armoorrt Sends Dtltfates To COM tjr Council Meet Inc. '- Tlicre-were 15 members of Hie ParcntiTcachcr association of the Amorel school who attendee! the rncetlruj o( Uie Mississippi County Council- of Pnrcnts-Teaclicrs at Wilson^; Wednesday. >* * * * ^Brtdt«?t1Ilb Mraibcrs EnlerUlns Hnsbanrts. The/icw Wcdnosday flrl<lsc club, .whicli'has chaiiged ils nnmc lo Ihe •Wednesday Contract club, had husbands V members for Guests at a P»rty last evening at Die home of Mrs. Dixie Crawford when Mrs. m- ley B. rjbncs was also hostess. Miss. Gladys Hardin and Jesse Taylor .«ere giiesls. • In the; card games Mr, and Mrs Charles Crlgeer jr., won (he h| g ]| score {prizes with both receiving handkerchiefs, i • Low fbbwls'of'violets afforded dcc- oratioife and after playing cords a «*Iad course was served, EnltrtilBs club. - _'s.HJoslah". Fort- of Clnrksvllle Tenn.,j»ho lins arrived to s|Mml a ,monthJVith-her parents, Mr.-and Mrs. T.'fJ. Atiban, was Iiostwa ycs- terday-Jfo the Thursday Luncheon club. '. • The.!small luncheon InWej, ar- aiiuL^for a two course menu, were decorated with tulips In several .shades. In the contract bridge games JiayedLln the-nfternoon Mrs. Everett Gee and Mrs. Walker H. Baker won prizes. HC'iery went to Mrs oce and Mrs. Baker received a double deck. of. cards. flub Has Guests. Mrs. ,M. Fitzsimmons entertained members o[ the . Thursday Hook ««b yp& several guests yesterday rt h" 1 ^! 1 - Ear ' y slff ' nE no '«". with tulips and spirea predominating. were arrahgcrt throughout th- r, - wcrc Decorated in a <fcsien,of (He surln- season i * frown '""I salad, cakes and l tC - a , r f rcshcrt «h« I'layers .chv.includcd Mesdamos W P Brewer, J E. Bell, j. W , Bader, w' H. Stovnliand S. R.-6winnev * • • ' I Run rh ^ a ^ S ' S ' Dyrc a "»o«" 1 cc £? .° f " son Tuesday at Meraphls Baptist liospital. ./ * • * Addrts«s p. T. A. 7^ ?° rd ,° n E " ard - rc l"-cscnl- the local Woman's club, mad- a sliort talk at the meeting of the Langc ..school Parent-Teacher association this week .inJlhe interest of} Belter Homes Week, to be observed here next wcc£ ?._ «...-, MW-Weck Club M«(s. ' Tulips and splrca were attractively arranged In vases of pastel shades, for the party of the Midweek -Bridge club yesterday, when Mrs. H.' A. Smith was hostess. After the two-course luncheon was served at one o'clock the two tablesVof members and one sucst, Mrs. R. K. Ware, Jr., played contract ..bridge. Hosiery \vcnt to llrs. -Cecil Shane for the prize and Mrs. Ware was presented an Ice box dish. Sweet Cream Butter 30c Lb. >. Bennett's Pasteurized Milk : I0c Qt. Delivered ; Phone 74 Bulgarian Buttermilk |;; 15c Qt. $f to Chnrcfc Sunday Bils of Nttis Mostly Personal family hsvc ' gone . to Miningtcu, friends hero, yesterday. They have Term., where they will make their j now gone to New Madrid, Mo.,' for a brief fitay. ' , Mr. and Mis. A. C. w»id arc moving from the Goodwin apart- to [he Btltcoc Jioua; on West Mrs. Roscoe Cr.Kton imd children, of Little Rock who formerly lived hffe, arc visiting friends In 'he city. Miss Era Wright had as her guests for last weekend her hro- theis, Joe Wright of Wilson, mid Ira Wright of Osccola. Mrs. Cecil Shane, Miss l*one Cnl- Hcou, Patty Shane and Max Watson are spending today lu Jonesboro where ML« Slmne nnd Max Wntson ore cntcrhiu contests of UK Northeast Arkansas Junior High School Intcrscholasllc meet. Joe Downing, who underwent an operation for appendicitis Sunday at the Memphis Baptist hospital, is Improving. Mrs. Downing is with htm. MM. C. W. OurrJean'njid ftauuh- ter, Gay, siwnt Wednesday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Joyncr and son, Billy, sjxMit yesterday In Memphis where they consulted a physician for Billy. Randolph Smith, who is employed at Osccola, spent yesterday with Mrs. Smith and ton. Mr, and Mrs. Hon-ard Davis of Nashville, Tenn., are guests of Mr Davis 1 mother, Mrs. Clyde Davis nnd daughter, Miss Dorothy for several weeks. Joe A. Parker attended to busl- icss in New Madrid, Mo., this wxk. -Mr. nnd Mrs. Dan Full/, of Osceola, spent yesterday In the city. C. T. Carpenter mid son, Knight, ol Marked Tree, visited Mr. and Mrs. Francis Carpenter Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, Paul H. nosenttml spqil Thursday In Memphis. Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons had ns her ?ucsls Monday Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Taylor, of Jonesboro. lbs Luli\ Scott wns called to her home In Columbia, Tcnn., because of (lie serious illness of her father. Miss Willie A. lay-son and Miss Marian Tolford. of New York city who Is visit Ing herp, nc- companlcd her to Memphis last night. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sander, of Husscllvllle, Ark., arc guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Cross nnd family for several dnys. They for- hvrly lived hero for a number of scars. , Jf The REV.'-W:-'H. Wnllnee, pastor of the Parkview 'Baptist church of Shrcvcport, La., . was In Hie city Wednesday a s the. guest of his son, w; 13. Wallace jr. From here went to Clarksdnle, Miss., for a visit before rcturnlne home. Ira Cray ntlciidert to business In Mllllnglon, Tcnn.; yesterday. Miss Dorothy .Uylee Is Improving at her Homo on Lake slrc--t following an accident Sunday In which she was injured. Sbe was a member of (he group whose truck capsized, causing several to be In- . Mrs. John II. Long visited in psceola ycsterdny. • Douglas Wolff, son of Mrs. Cl«r- :nce Hurly, returned homo the first of the week from Parma, Mo. where he has been attending school. -Hunter Hall, son nl Mis. Henderson C. Hall, has recovered from an Itlness from tonsllKK Mr. and Mrs. Roy I'arnmore and . Mrs. I,. Shalnberg and son, Jake, of New Madrid, Mo., visited here yesterday en route to Mom- phi.'! where they will 'visit rein lives. Mesdamcs Sterling Moore nnd Lola Ncsurodl, of Ltlbourn, Mo., spent a short time here yesterday. They were enroutc to Memphis where they will visit Mr«. Moore's brother. Mrs. Charles F. Wood lias as .her finest her brother, Ernest MofFall, of Dycr-sburfi. Tcnn. Mr. and Mrii. l^niils; Simmons, at Sherard, Miss., wcrc quests of Ash blrcet and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wundcrllch will move May first from the McBrldc apartments to the Goodwin apartments. OROVILLE, Cal. (UP)— Evcil n 1 Jail cat believes In heredity. And just to prove It tlio sU-tced cat which serves as a mascot for the jull here, recently had four kittens. Two of UK kittens had six toes on each foot. Duritdene Permanent Including Shampoo and Set ---.. Frederics Wave - - - |6.SO Eugene - - - $s McAilam's Iteauty Shop Phone 2U8 - - - Ingram Bldg It's smart to be seen in GORDON'S new mesh Stockings For full fashioned mesh stockings are the eorrect thin^; nowadays. And this nt-n- d'orrlon Mesh claims all eyes. It's just' the proper texture for sports in«lumen—also, it's smartly mconspimoiis with street clothes. And the colors aru exactly aiffht for 1!K(2 . . . litige-hrown and grey beiges in subtle tones. As for the price—only $1.50 or ?1.05- fur the smartest stockings you'll sec anywhere. •Good-Shoes and Hosiery TC THE We incite you io meet MM/ M II I I ISI Beaufy Consultant from RICHARD HUDNUT who will be in our toilet goods ciepartmmt all ncx' week. Miss Luck comes lo us direct from the Richard Hucl- nul DuBarry Salon in New York and will gladly tell you what io use— why tp use it — how lo use it— the: new DuBany hand principle for. home trealmcuts. . DKIJG CC >lain at Broadway Phone 2.S for An Appointment ijftY; APRIL-62; 1932 PI66LY - •*•--' ll 1WI66LY ^^^i^W^^ ^mrVLJKSr Bargains For Friday, Saturday and Monday PURE LARD lilitck Hawk BACON Sliml Pound lOV Swiss Cheese , Large Eye Pound 29c Armour's Star BEEF tim ' Jt ' Wilson's Orlilicd, Swift's I'ri'niitim, Armour's Slur FANCY JUICY LOIN STEAKS Ib25c THICK RIB ROAST Ib 15c JUICY RIB STEAKS Ib 17V 2 c FANCY BKISKET ROAST Ib Iflc •—^•^^^^^^^^^•^••^•mv^^iB^^i^iH Pound 5Jc • Sugar Curvd Cottage Hams No Jtont 2 11). average Pound 17>/2 C HENS FISH I'lenty of Milk Fed FRIERS Pork Roast Solid Meat Pound 9 ° BAN AN AS ^.r 17 ARTICHOKES ^ W POTATOES EGG PLANT '^S-ir TOMATOES ^.f 15 t: RADISHES F Picnic Hams Circle S. Sugar Cured Pound 10k Stalk Eaeh ORANGES (::llifo £ n 32 c ASPARAGUS a 20 C GREENS ^ MUSHROOMS S RHUBARB lrcsh S: 12 Texas Gruon CABBAGE Pound qt jar 2bc Salt Meat Streaked. F(, r Boiling Pound 4}c EKGUSH P^- iS ,.± CTRAWHERRIKS Fresh IHHJ W Pint li Z TA *L\ AULIFLOWER Snowball Found -tnic 11 2 PARSNIPS K " S 8 y ONIONS ItehS ,"S 5 C : SQUASH"- "X,, 10 C Grapefruit lOc Oranges gL39c Butter Sprin6 Z 18c Lettuce UrgeM L5c 'TUNA FISH ".'!£".£ 15 C A SI'ARAGUS Tfl'.S 1QC l.ibhy's c;m i«7 PORK""" BEANS ^-5 C FLOUR J8 -'^,.y s S 45 (; PEANUT mj \SL. ; . ' COCOA 1!!lkl - r \ 5 . t APPLE. i>UT1 ' KH:!8 ^19 c MATCHED "liSS 5 (J iyi? Merry War ore ^1^ ;i cans LJ Don't Torffcl the 13 Kgg rnf Angel Food Cake 3D MINCE """.iKt Calumet 19c Pineapples 15c Beets Sliced Large Can 10c MAZOLA OIL Quart ;!3c Pint Can 17c SALAD DRESSING Durlices Sled Jar each 19c CRACKERS 2.S,. c i to 2fl c PEANUTS """'Sir BROOMS a r CANDY chocnlatc L1) .10 c Salmon Alaska 1'ink 3 cans 25c Sugar' nc ' 9tt r42c Corn 10 Ibs. No. 2 Standard 4 Cans Fresh Yard Eggs Dozen lOc

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