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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, June 12, 1934
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BtTTHEVILLE, <A»K.) COURIER NEWS oai Calendar WSDJOSDAY'S EVENTS Bible ttudy of Church o[ Christ 5a*etlnc w|th Mrs. E. M, Huffman. : ' ^Jo>Hs Sunday school class of Pint Statist church meeting at church 7 p, ni! . Mrs. Lotus Secoy Laird enlor- Ulnlng wltli bridge shower for Miss Irma Laura Barnes, bride etect. at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. John Sawyer Jr., and Muis Martha Robinson having luncheon for Hiss, Eve Harwell, bride-elect Mme*. A. M. Church, Ben Wij- Ilns and Oeorge Shanks entertaln- Int with a kitchen shower and bunco party at the Shanks honw. 2:30 p. m., for Miss Inna Laura Bamee, bride-elect. Luxora Ceniclery A.sfioclatSon benefit part}' at the Luxora school (jrmnaslum. Phone Mrs. J. D Hires, No. 14, for reservations. U. D. C. meeting with Mrs Jairtrs B. Clark and Mrs. S. otedlsh at Clark home. Miss Selma Lentz Weds Arthur Morrison « u ">' It's Up to ihe Women BY JIKS. KKANKUN D. KOOSKVELT Today's Challenge To Wonien Practically every woman, whetli- mending a frock or ilonilng your er she Is rich or poor, Is facing oday a reduction In Income. Soiue- Imes I think I he most, doubled >cople I know arc the very rich, especially innny of them who have jrovvn n|> In Idle luxury. Tlicy mve never known wlitil It was o deny Ihemselves anything (hat :hey really want;:!, niul now (liey nave to learn to do It cheerfully and without n fcelliie if martyrdom. Their fiithm and husbands have always rxicn aljlc to give them, not only what they needed, but. many pleasant things which seem stockings. I have 11 theory dial the people who have had a great deal nnd who have the right kind of stuff In them, are the ones who mnst readily adjust themselves 10 doing without certnln material thirds Tills theory, however, only hold; Good where the pooplo have h;n sonic lime In their lives an opportunity to live simply so llial they have made the discovery that Hie luxuries of life arc not really essential to happiness. These women who have lived In this luxurious (Wilton, and who Bits oj Ntaa Mostly Personal TUESDAY, JUNE 12. Monday here as (uesls of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Blllwcll. Mr. and Mr*. Lee Medlln spcnl the weekend In Little Rode with Mr. Medlln's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Vlclor Slilwcll spent the weekend In uuic Rock as guests of Mr. and Mrs W \, Phillips. ' ' ' Mr. and Mrs. W. T. fSaker and Mr. Baker nnd Mr. ami Mrs. Till- inan Baker arc In Oblon, Tenn loday for the funeral of Mrs George West, 70. :,isttv of the two .\fr. Bakers, who died yesterday. J. rtamscy has gone lo his home In Nashville, Term., after vislln B Mrs. E. A. Hale has returned: (rum Hot HprlnflB^rk., where sne| her dujiliWr Miss Edir.ij Katharine, a inrmbei- of the high; school faculty there, who returned: home with her. I Ben Levy Jr., who attend* the University of- Illinois 'at Chain-: palgn, spent Sunday here en route; lo Memphis. He will probably spend H part ol the summer here and a part of the lime In Mem-1 pills with his skier, Mrs. Mlllon II. Allcnberg, and family. >', Cecil Hale, of Marlon, spent yes-! came Sunday for Mrs. Story and their children, who had spent a week with rcOalh'cs here, Nfr. and Mrs. Hoy Kamcy vlstl- cd Mr. and Mrs. A. Qooch on Little River Saturday night and Sunday. Miw Luna Crouch Is spending her vacation with her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. John Crouch. Miss Mablc Fondrcn, who is spending her vacation wllh her parents, has gone lo I'oringcvlllc Mo., for a visit. The 9-inomh-old baby of Mr. .-vnd Mrs. Cecil Campbell died Saturday of colilLs. Burial was al The- itcceaEcd is survived by ils parents, three nlsterc antl ; thr:-e withers. He form- ll 'e Urlnklcy ccmclcry on Little Hiver Sunday. Aged Cooker Resident Succumbs On Sunday W. J. Nunnery. '15. succumbed Sunday morning at 2:'JO o'clock at his home :i>. Cooler. Mo. Complications resulting from Bright':;! disease lesultal in his death. | Funeral servii-r.s were held Suli-l d«y iifleniGun at (lie Methodist! church at Cooler. Inlermcnt was" nadc at Number Eight ccmclcry. The L. CV Moss Undertaking: com- pany was In charge of funeral arrangements. . The deceased la survived by his widow, and two sons. W. N. and A. D. Nunnery of Holland, Mo. A mushroom found Iti-Australia Selves off biicli a clear light lhat li h possible to re;id by il at night. Manila Society — Personal Mill Town Items ed necctsary lo those who had j do not have back of them at to do. ami \vho,!e«sl the traditions of early .an-, therefore fell they must have ccstors who hud education and The marriage or r.ilss Sflma M Lenti, of Ihls city, and Mr. Arlhui Morrison, of Chicago, was solemn ted In 6t. Louis, Friday, Jinn «l«hth. The only attendant was a bro Itwr of the bride, who resides li St. Louis, TBoth the bride and Mr. Morrl- spn art widely known. Mrs. Mor- ; rison, who Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lenlz of PlggoU, Ark., has been a member of the Blytheville high school family for a number of years. She was educated at Galloway college. Searcy. Ark., Ihe University of Colorado at Boulder, and .later obtained her Master's degree at Columbia University, New York city. Since that time she has divided her summers between teaching and studying. She taught at the state Teachers College at Conway, Ark., Arkansas A. arid M. college at Bebee, nnd Flat River, Mo.. Junior college, and studied at the University of Chl- caio. She also has a degree. In platto and plays the violin. The bridegroom founded Ihe scl- eiitlflc photography deparlmenl of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago and was niiolo- grapher of the University expedition in Egypt for three years. At present he Is with thc.Bausch and lamb Optical company of Chicago and IS' servicing Ihelr telescopes «wt baloptkans at the World's Fair for the duration of the "cx- many luxuries In order lo pro-1 some appreciation ol Ihe value vide variety In whnl would otherwise be very dull existences. If a maid has always answered a bell when you rang 11, If you have never sewed cxcci>t to give your idle haute some occupation, It Is somewhat disconcerting to find that you have to wall on yourself and thai your sewing must serve some useful puri> such as of mental qualities, nnd yrl who disciplined themselves nnd wcrj Inured to hardships, are frightened loday and arc makliiR theli husbands and fathers tcel that because they hnve lost the nbll- ty to give them as much mater- lally, llwy terday with his parent, Mr. and Th ,, ,,• , i Mr* K A Iliiln iimi.Ml.i} iroill v ..i n Vn , ,, , r , i' , \! " , Gosnel1 s l <l«>s in Manila recently n ° »?}"$* s '-" ; <» "• Ji MeKI ""°» 'vuir visit I Mr. ami Mrs. Ciiady GrisKom and baby have returned to this com- niunily after spending two months in the mountains of Arkansas. Mr. anil Mrs. Henry Cunningham, who i accompanied (hem lo Arkansas, pi:j-clif>.scd a home there and remained. Mr. and Mrs. win Cook Saturday nlulit with Mr. and Mrs" i Noble Noilhcult of aamford. KKUllll/r 'TVl'EWKITKBS SM.W Sl'KCMI. One YV;ir (luarantec l-lusy Tmil!> COpl'Kll TVW.'Ki'iKK CO. 1118 Union Avc, Memphis Charles T. Kramer and uau B h-! ijubcrl Seymour of Kcnnett i- Ilnlln ¥ »LI it-Ill rfit,, F.I 1«J,,.. : •„. _ . ' «**».ViilltlL Icr, Iklly Lou. will return today icre on business Monday. from a visit In Little Rock »:lth Rev. and Mrs. K M Swcel and Mrs. Kramer who will accompany I sim.ll .son, Frank, visited Mrs B Ihcm home. | N . cowan Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Davidson A number of (he younger set on and family, formerly of here and 1 Joyed a party at, the home of HIV now of Plymouth. N. C., are guests I Ashabranner Friday night ' of Mr. ami Mrs. Charles Phillips Rev, and Mrs. J. \v Moore mil and family. Mr. Davidson will,Miss Martha Dlylhc returned I-'rl leave- within a short time but I < I: 'J' from a two weeks ceased lo he sue- oilier members of the family will; friends and 'relatives Our Church 111 Brazil" was dls- cuswd by Mrs. W. W. llolllpcler, Mrs. Gray offered prnycr. Mrs. Hollipclcr s|»ke on "Missionary Societies in Brazil." Miss Dorothy Ooodrlch discussed "What the Women In Brazil arc Unlng for the Maslrf," Mrs. A. C. Unify guvc Ihe bulletin news and Mrs. W. M. Taylor spoke on "Stewardship." Sandwiches, cookies ;i:nl Iced tea were served. • • • Celebrate* Bird day Mrs. W. A,. Wheat was given a irprisc bhtlirtay dinner Sunday all litr clilldien and fiiand- ill'.'ren In honor of her Mill birth nniver.'Mry, which was Friday. Dinner was served In ttie grove car her home. The ' tablo had H ir'ge blrlhday cake for Hie cen- •rpltce .with M pink and green Hiidtcs on tt. There were three ther , blrtlidajs celebrated lor the aeardeit'ot-iLuxora, Mrs. Morrison will remain In Chicago for Ihe summer, where she is attending the University of Chicago, but will return here In September to continue her work In «» city high school. • * . • Cirrle* Mett Circles of the Woman's auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church met Monday wilh the first three groups having meetings in ihe nf- ccssful. Sometimes they do rat even seem to reall/e Dial ihe men nre as bewildered and ns lost as they art. The men liavp likewise grown dependent upon th?lr pleasures, perhaps hot quHe (o Hie same extent, but still It is A rude change for Iliem also. They, loo, have |mi:gcd their success by how much money they could make: Therefore between such husbands and wives Ihcre arises the sirecler of failure. Sometimes i think U KKC „,. tne most pathetic people in (he world. Even love is an uncertain satisfaction with them, for lo grow love must really give. When giving Is too easy or Is purely a matter of plving material thliiss it ceases • • • • ness. remain for a longer visit. lonth th of (June: Mlss x .paullile '- ' t» bring 'real happl- Two people must really do things jSmltli ami Clarksvlllc. visit witli at r-'orl Miss Carolyn Haley, who is at- Rev. and Mrs j w MOO,,, . v tciidiiHj Arkansas stale college nl Alomluy anti Tuesd-'iv i. i- n Joncsl>oro, spenl the weekend at!Tenn., with Mr Moore's , • home. She was accompanied by .tied Moore will 'return u-ui, Lertin Hemphlll, ol Little Rock, j "^"njiUli •Bill Hanilcll, of St. Louis, is £/;„; / ,." Htgntower l\cwn here for the funernl of his uncle, W. D. Crnwdcr. who died Sunday. Mrs. Lullwr Williams ot SI.: Ml '- '"'d Mrs. Wnnfcll llramlctt I.culs, who lias been crllically 111 0( 'vuxora spent | :ls t week J. B. Cuiiiiingham is Improving iftcr a long illness. Mrs. Artie Lawson Is very ill. Tomato Boy Dies Odell Cannon, con of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Carmuii of the Tomato community, M>iilhea$t of Blyllie- villc. died yesterday al the Bly- Ilicville hospital. His death was alti Tinned to complications result- liiK from colitis. Funeral services were held tills moniiiv b ' at Kates cemetery at 11 o'clock with (he liev. L. W Stafford olficinting. The L. Ci. MOSS Uiuleilakinj: company was In charge of funeral arrangements. COMPARE ALL OUR PRICES LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Specials for Wednesday • Thursday Tic LARD Best {.'nmpoiimi Pound STPf BEEF 1'iniml viiu Hi Ihe Memphis Methodist hos-i"- 111 ' Mr. nnd Mrs. John Harltoy liltal. Is now much improved a.r.dl Mr - "nd Mr.s. Earl Jones visited will probably be able to return ! rriElllv<1 s al Luxora Saturday niehl here tomorrow afternoon. Her sis-1 ;)1K 1 Sunday. Icr, Mrs. Garland Morgan, will go' Mrs - w - W". Simpson of near Dell down for her. Her mother, Mrs.! vva5 "'c Guest of ^tl•s Trov R-nm-v John Walden. who has been in I Sunday. ' J Memphis with her, returned honicj ncv - L. Stafford of Blythcvltlo Sunday and Mr. Williams has re-j ri "«l his appointment here Bun turned to St. Louis. Mrs. Williams I day and was the dinner Euest of •"iir, taken suddenly 111 while vis-! 4 '!-, "nd Mrs. W. Smith Illng here. Kvcrett Petty Is visiting his for each other and when things ', Evelyn , , nil Harrt- Wheat of Luxora, TlioseV present, were: Mr. uml' Irs. W. H. Walker and children,: f Blythcvlllc, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Wheat and daughter, Verna Mac. of Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Wheat and children of New Llb- rly, Mr. arid Mrs. I. L. May and hlldren of New Llbcrly, Mr. and •Irs. Jlmtnle Jones of Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs. Omcr Wheat and children of Luxora. Mr. and Mrs. Bcarden and daughter, .ternoon and the business women meeting in the evening. Circle I,' Mrs. Zal B. Harrlsoi chairman, met at the church. Mrs Roy Walton led the Bible lessoi lor the seven present. In a groups the life ot Christ, as laken !rom Mark, was studied. Mrs. Fred Sandcfur's circle met wilh Mrs. C.. M. Gray an .Mrs. .Kettle Meade .at the Ora home. Mrs. Gray led the Blbl study for Uie nine present whlc included the president, Mrs. Lcs lie Hooper. A discussion on "I Korea" taken from Ihe Survey, was the program. Circle 3, of which Mrs. S. E. Vail Is chairman, met wllh Mrs. George Mulr and Mrs. H. H Houchins at the Muir home. Included iir Ihe 15 present was one guest, Mrs. Lyda Shepherd, with Mrs. D. M. Cutler. The Bible study was given by Mrs. D. C. McLean and Mmes. Edgaf-fcrthncld, B. u Allen and J. Nick .Thomas spoke on .- "In 1 Korea.'' .The feature of the program wa si'dialogue by ' Doris and Mildred Muir, In costume, which told of trie customs of Korea, The business women's circle was entertain»l by Mrs. -Lucy Mc- Adains when eight attended. Mrs Louis Crane Hiler Is chairman ot this group. After the business session there was a social hour. All oj the circles had' rcfresh- mfnts. * 4 Uke St. W. tt. S. . Rai a'Meetta* The ' woman* missionary society of the Lake!.; Street Methodls church met; Monody afternoon ai the home of Mrs. George Chamb Un. Tr* 21 present had a pro gram on "Brarll." : Mrs. Lafayette Hay conductec the derations!, a leafl&t "Women 1 fcusfcnary Society of Braill" w> WM, Mrs. W. J. LeRoy gave "Nei Ittmt .from the Minutes," Mis, Maxtoe Harris gave a readlnj an 1I1ES Lafetra May" offered prayci . Repoft< ehowrd that 41 calls ha been made to the sick and tha 15 had sent flowers and. two ha •tat "Infra. MetlMdiM Wi •»« FNttUi "'Hxrt ,»»e 3* members and M* MMtMr, Hrt. J. W. Patke al-the protnua meetfnj oj th« Vo ton's mlwlooary ioclely of 'th Bnt Methodist church Monda Uteroooo M th« church. '•-*i.-I<a Or»y was leader. Th •TtliKonary . Societies o Pa\iline, of Luxora. Mr. and Mm. Ernest Powell were afternoon juests. Photographs were taken In the ifternoon. U. n. C. in Have Final Merlins The local U. D. C. will have Its final meeting of the summer Tursday afternoon at the home of Ihe retiring president, Mrs. Jtiincs B. Clark, when Mrs. S. L. Gladlsh of Osceob, will also be hosless. The new officers will be tnslall- lire done entirely by | W id atienrt- ants, love is very apt to faiie out of Hie relDllnnshlp. The only thlnu thul remains is the satisfaction of their mutual comfort and thnl Is nol much founclalion fur happiness Jusl now, since they realize thut any. day they may lose all these comforts and pleasures. They hnve notlilnu more permanml to fall back upon. All lliis Is made doubly dlfll- r.nll because Iliese women, never having learned how to work are suddenly facjrl wllh 'ihu fact that they have no idea of hovr o take care of themselves. The nern thought that their husbands arnlng porter Is cut down and "ay vanish entirely and theii icretofoi" assured Income may mil Into thin air. fills them wilh iplirelicnslon. Instead of being iclpful, the woman's own unhap •vines.'; nnd fear makes lier add '.o Ihe man's fears, thereby leav ng Hie man less capable of meet Ins his rtilticiiltles. Miss Leo Train 1 ham and Miss "Us al Deering, Mo. Louise Golden, of Hnyll, Mo., spent! Wnller Story of Kcnnctl, Mo., Mitt Clyde Blcvcns anil Vasco telton. both of Roseiand, were ntled In marriage Saturday by isllcc A. J. Lewis. NEXT: Womrn Must Fare Fact' (Copyrleht, 1D33. by Anna EleaiW Roosevelt: distributed by Unite Feature Syndicate. Inc.) I.oudons Can 10c 5c SPARE RIBS I'l'tsh and Mealy I'ound We are caref'i! in every dslall when filling your prescription, using only pure drujre and competent pharmacists. Fowler Drue Co. K. N. Hill J. M. Fouler Registered Fliaimaclst'; SUGAR 10 I'cuitiils Runchcs 46c 5c CIIARCOAI PORK STEAKS " Nice nnd Lean Pound Heat liraml 2 fin- Ninety square feet of cloth make only one pnlr of trousers for women in (he Kingdom of Albania. The marriage of Miss Ellse Warin and Robert Waid. both of Innlla, occurred here June 9 with le Rev. J. Blufprd Caldwcll pre- ormln; the ceremony. Guaranteed Treatment For Tender Stomach Dr. null's Adln Tablet.-; brius quick relief from stomach pains between meals due to acidity, Indigestion ami heartburn. If not your money Ir, refunded. Klrby Bros. Drug Co. — Adv. M2 Spend Your Vacation And meet your' friends at Ward's Resort.- - Beautiful Camp Rio Vista Located in the Ozarks "The ],an(| of a Million Smiles" Rio Vista is built In a natural forest on thj banks of Spring niver, consisting of 33 acres wllh- thirty furnished collages. Running water, clecltic lights, fuel and linen furnished with each collate. Two ba thing ucncnes. molor boats, canoes, large 'double Icmils courl, spacious dancing pavilion, cxccllcnl cafe, cool no mosqulloes. For Literature and Reservations Write or Call Rio Vista Hardy, Ark. HUDSON and TERRAPLANE PRICES REDUCED UP TO $ so NOTHING CHANGED BUT THE PRICES 'TUIE identical Tcrraplane ami Iiud.-on I moiirts that liavc swept ahead of llio aulomfttiilfl indiiiiry in sales gains lliia year ran lie bought today at eharply reihiceii prircs. At llicse ne»- reduced Tcrraplane prices you gel the R1GCKST car in the lowest price field, I5fl. lOin.Jnimper lohiini|xr . , . tlie only fully advanced styling in tlir. Inwrsl price firlil ... the most fa- nmiis (icrformance rcrord of ANY oim-k car, harked by official A.A. A. ccrlific.ilc:-.. On llie Hmlsftn 8, compare the price . .. then compare the liorscpowcr,tlie rnjgcd- iic53, the economy, ihe slyle! 105 and IIS horsepower! Performance thai rli,illcngc3 all olhcr Kiglits! ICconnmy that thallcnpcii ANY 8 to deliver inure power from less gas! Get (lie most for your money with a new Trrraplaiic or Hudson! Don'l lake nur word for it. Don't take the word of llinn.siinils of Eati^licil '1'errapl.ino nnd Hudson owner?. Tin- wheel is wailing for yon—you he the. judge! MUlSOr? MOTOR OAK CO., DKI'llOIT NEW LOW PH1CES TERRAPLANE 2-I'an. Coupe tSfii Clnach . . S7:i 4-rm. Coupe 610 Spdin . . 635 2-Pas». Coupe J6T« Coach . . 6RO 4-Pmi. Coupe 710 S«i«n .. . 7(0 Conv^. CfHipc 7,iO M'm Coupe (600 Cowh . . 6i.i 4-rin. Coupi 61^ Sedtn . 67.i Conv. Coupe 695 . Ch«. with C«b (;«hPiHc-l'p SIS Uiility Cosch .po S«lan Delivery 593 6 f)>linrler»—80 and 85 H. 1*. 112M16- Whee!b«»o NEW LOW PRICES HUDSON 2-Pas). Cnnpc SfiR> « r, f cm- . \ 7DS 2 - ra "' ^"l" «'••• Cnach . . «35 •*.P.i-s. CcMipc R55 Sedan . . 895 . . 4-1'asi. Coupe 7.1.S . . l(n CiMrh . . 7I> Prd"n' C ?T 8M Cl,,hSrf.n $1(170 Conv. Coupe K3~> llroujliani .1113 ' 8 Cylinders—1 Oil nixl 113 H.P. I16M23' Whcelbasc All prifci alfartnry YOU CAN NOW BUY A TtKRAPLANEo'^ 565-HUDSON o^, 4T r ACTMT Main and Fifth S(s. J. C. APPLEBY ATrACIORV Ulythcville. Ark. GINGER ALE Quart 15c lOc SAlBAffi OLEO I'uro •ork Pound Pound 9c lOc 1'iMiml 44c BACON Sliced. Swift's Oriole i'ound Ear Sc MILK Van Camn <n Cottage Large Can - - - - tit Small Can 8 Wisconsin No. 1 found Dean's Best or Maxwell House Pound Can CORN FLAKES GROUND BEEF BANANAS 2 Packages Fresh J.'oimu 1 15c 7ic Ki|>e Fruit I'ound CUCUMBERS 5c TRANKS or BOLOGNA Pound CHERRIES Itcil I'it led No. 2 Can POTATOES LEMONS^ SOAP New or Old Stock f'uund 2c I-'ancv Dozen 19c Crystal White (i Large Uars 23c SUPER SUDS Package 7ic SALT MEAT For I'onnil GRAPE FRUIT G.I Size Each 6c Guaranteed Fresh Dozen 15c No. ZVt Can VEAL STEAK _ FRUIT FOR SALAD " Pound 20c ibby No. 2 Can - 1flc No. 2i/ 2 Can 2fic OUANGU. No. 2 Can - - Me PINKAPPLK. No. 2 Can 14c fi«AI>K I'KUIT, No. 2 en He TOMATO. No. 1 Can - - 5c SALAD DRESSING-"i 1'inl Quart - Iflc 31 c HAIL LIBBYS PEARS Home Baked Pound 40c No. 2 Can 15e No. 2' ; Can ----- -'lijc LIMA BEANS Stoklcy's No. 2 C;in 13c

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