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June 21, 1934

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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»>AGfc TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JUNE 21, Ifl34 Social Calendar .' FRIDAY'S EVENTS Benefit bridge and rook parly elvin by U. D. c. on lawn of Mrs. J.'o. Sudbury's liomc, 2:30 foif Mrs, prayer. In the busnu-ss M-.vlon plans ucio made (or a picnic. Refreshments were :evved. ZelliKr-Pctrmsky. Announcement has been made ol the marriage ol Miss Cierliiirte IV- trcvsky, of Memphis and rilytho- villc. to Mr. Morris Miner, <i[ lliis city, Tils ceremony was sol?mni/.?d Sunday, June 10. al the home of Rabbi Morris Taxon. of Memphis, whp performed-tlic rins service in the. presence of members of the Immediate families. The bride wore a summer suit of flat crepe with the tailored frock In aqua marine bine and Hie short coat of navy. Her accessories wore In "white and she wore n shoulder corsage of lavender orchids and pink baby breath. 'f!:eir allen:!an;s were Mr. and Mrs. Abe H. Zcllnrr and M. Zcll- nef, of Memphis, and Mr. and Mis. L. "Berger, of lliis city. Mr. Zellncr and liis bnae have returned Jif'ro for the prcstni but T?ill leave July 9 for a six weeks honeyir.oon to be spent en a motor trip to St. Louis. Chicago, points of Canada. Niasara Falls and New York city. They will make tlicir home with - Mrs. Zellner's sister. - Mrs. L. Bcrger, and family. Mrs. Zellner, who fovmerty Ilvocl atr Ketigaroth, Russia, attended school In Memphis. For the past year she has divided her time bc- -twcen .\fenipliis i\nd Blythevillc. Jhe bridegroom, who Is also n native of Russia, attended Tech high school in Memphis. He is now connected with the Berger shoe store. Mr. and Mrs. Zollner were guests flf- honor at an all day parly Riven Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. HcrRCr at their home, 108 Dauenn Ave. Dinner was served nl no=n a: u table, laid for 21. which was beautifully decorated with gnrtU-n flowers with n centerpiece of a three tiered wedding cake. A buffet supper was served at twilight. Included In the guests were Mr. - 'and Mrs. Max Meisel. Mr. und Mrs. Harry Meisel, Mrs. 1!. MnsKowilz. Mr. and Mrs. Israel Petrovsky, Mrs R. Pearlman, Mr. and Mrs. I,. Lapides and son. and Col. Boris Alex. ander. of Memphis. • • + Sunbeams Meet The 12 members who attended the meeting of the Sunbeams of the First Baptist church Wednesday afternoon made iirrimacmmls to'send dolls lo Ihe crippled clill- , cirtn's hospital at Uillc nock. 'These dol's,-« pKvloiutyi > dressed, were displayed lo the woman's : missionary/union Monday aflcr- .- noon by Beulah Eiiz.ilwlh Mullinr.. ... The members colored pictures of '.Italy during the meeting. Mrs. W. M. Outlaw is leader of the group which was the only Sunbeams group at the Muvinnna conference which received n star tot being a standard organixalior liallcntlnr -1l:n her. /limmmiTJiieiil has licen inailp of t!:e eng.i^eni: nl unri ai>;n'o:u-]iin^ inariiiige (if Mi--, Irnn M:i:y 1UI- li'Hlmi'. daii'^liliT lit Mr. and Mr-. K'. Ua!!nitiMP. of :-ji;!:ii:\>v, Mi,'ii. Mr. Ijeiu'y Tll..uns Iliirlx 1 ! 1 , lurni ly ol Illyilit'Villr and tinw nl H.i;i- iiaiv. The ivivldiiv; v.ill for ."I'l'inn- !?.M al :;t. Ma-y'j, , hiiir.: ol .s.i K inav: W.'diirv.lny, Juri': :'.!. al nine u'r'oi-k in (lie moMiiiu:. Mr. IJ:!ilKT, wan i, I:,- -.1:1 or Mr riinl Mrs. W. 11 Hiiivi 1 cl llolhiid anil a l)rolh:r of Mi:.. Ir.i C'raufrird ol l:rrc. is r\ uiadiiiile "I tin 1 Holland hi;;li sci'tnil and [-.'(vuvtl l.r.iv o.luc.ii!uii al sprlnsfieKI, Mo lie I'i iio-.v enniipcd'rt nlth Uic Ilel Toleplioiie company al S.i;jin:r.v. Osceola Society — Personal The Mi-iliodiM. Wiinirnx Mraion aiy MK'iely will incol next Monday altr-rnoun al -I o'clock in Lirlde Ini.sme.'s miTtiiiij.s ;uul will Join ror a pii'iiir MipjHT at 'jiiniluwii. luncheon al Hie Clurltluc hole! in | at her home (Iicre a few days ago.' tliould be doubly careful lo lake H-inphls Tuesday .complimenting, Masiji nod Errs, formerly of Oscc-! al Icabt a little on your plate and Miss Nan Frances Warren, ol Tj-'olti, who h a sliidenl al Hie naval •u!i/a, who ICUVPS .soon lor a fc'uro- iiean lour of two months. Miss air station at Coronado, Cal.,' will row for the San Diego Rowing club Bi7s oj News Mostly Jlrnmli' is bpiiis givi-ii il* eyes. Mrs. Walker J|. lukcr. Mr.. Ku- •t'!ii> Hull of I'lynioiilh. N. c. and Mlys Miiiy Klleii fiU'veni me in Memphis today for a .SMJW. Mr. and Mrs. w. 11 K'. ,vnl! ;in:l in. Hilly, are ^pi'ndln • Imliiy in I.illic n«.vk. M:.-. Hllpllll |). ||i':t::!cy. |i:i-.!iir ol I'.' l' - nsi Ullllrch <H 111" N:i/.nvne. ft r-Klny |i. r Hutu, okl.i , «hc-:.' :<• \\l)l : p-'nd l'.\n u-i-cks coni.i- MlllH frnin llljlirli'.", ivn-n-d v. ilrll .st't- [i-ii en u \ vt .L pavruii'iit tr:i ''' "'' ' 'I'lii- YOSIIIR WOIIICKS Auxiliary of ^ .\lrs. ir.i fJrawfnrd. M,. .lulin i n. r . |.'j rsl n.i;]'.l.sl church met Mon- .'iiiilli and Miss Huljy Il.nl)..j-.-.pn; I ,| ny rvmin;; : ,t the honir of .Miss >.-:vt>rcl:iy in M?ni|iln>. lyin-nc lindianan wllli ten na-nibri's Mrs. Kd«anl n. ;i:mtn i ui :,•; licr, pri'si'iil. Kinsl.'. Mr. JSrnitli's HM(:-r. Mrs.! A iirnsrain limit around the Kherrml Sinlili, or c'DViri^ion. T..|in,j Ihcine, "Yoiilh in the Lead," was and Mr. Sinlsn's :i | t !i-r. Mr.s. u. ;\..li-d by Mi.s. Jolin Lance. v Mary Al- Ani'i'd oj Snnfis. MI.S.S, will) lirrlK-e Htevcns read a paiier on Hie two children, Ann chin- and D.ivid life and work "f Mary Hlessor, one T.'.c ijnc-sts retnriH'd hnjnv yiMi-r- of the denoinlnalS>n's'younger- inls- {i:1 >'- i Moinrics. tin: Bible .study was con| ! ducted by He.ilrice Rose nnd Eva j Thr DnlKcl filati':, conl:iii!:i a])-'May Wcodson rtacl a p.ipcr. ipioxlinalcly ^2,UJ3,()CO uin-f-iiiuly i ' ' • iVnrron formerly was a member of ,ln the Coasl Regatta at San Fran- a little! lie osccola lilith school faculty and ! Cisco on July 4. He expects to come i h a frequent s" cs t at the Har- j home for a visit in August, the first well liomc here. j leave he lias enjoyed in ssveral | Mis.-, ran N'lcho] or Osccoln. ac- ; years. make a pretense of caling some of It. If you arc on a "diet" tcil your hostess and even then Iry to eat Liberty News tompanylng Mr. and Mrs. R. C. [ -' Mr. and Mrs. Ge'nr B c Doyle had! Thc Rev ' sn<1 Mrs ' W ' J ' Lcro >' licfc of iicseland -"" Ml " Almfl Maln ™" " f nlvl1 "'- Memphis hospital Tuesday. She »;i5 accompanied by her husband and Mother, Mrs. Kvans, and J. M. Aycock. Miss Lois Hill retmncd lo .Ion;i- boro Sunday where she Is attending Stale College, after spending the week end al home. •onri ,?' c !l ,^f''i a . ndl si"" 11 ' 1 "* 1 ™ek' as their (jiicst last week their niece, '" ""° -Miss 1'alricia l»yle, of SI. 1,01115. Misses liorinie Jean Driver, Vir- Hinia Smith ;ind Elizabeth Doyle, accompanied by Raymond Cotner. Accompanied ijob Kciidrick and Toy i'Kay. spent in Hot Springs. Mrs. C. I.. Moore left Saturday lor Oilumbla, Mo., where she Is .'Halving ill the University of Mis slimmer. and Miss Alma Maloncy of Blylhc- ville were Sunday guesls of Mr. and Mrs, Wheeler Epperson. Breaks Ground ior Store OSCEOLA, Ark.— G round is h?ing broken on Highway 01, Jusl west of llie courthouse, for a new brick C. C. Cobb and Miss Bessie l'il-'; s i orc blll )din K n ,,u cher motored lo Memphis Sunday mf ni residence . , liy Mr. Moore they .siopjied over for . Sunday in J.irkMii. NTo wh"re ' ;i .lay m St. l/)UiJ. Mr. Moorc re- 1 they weie gues'.s or Miss' uoylc's lurml Sunday. JBiAiidparents. Mr. and Mrs. George Davis Clnlcs. j-omig :;on of Mr. i Wood. l Mrs. 1C. S. Chiles, la rci:"v:nns _ Irrari :i serious lllne.ss of typhoid vni 1 . Mr. and Mrs. Leonard render- • .i':l n:r:nl Monday and 'I iic-'ilay ill i M-iii|ihis vislliii;; MI-. ivnderBr.isl's', llfaiidinoiher, Mrs. y.illie 1'cnder- ' grasl. ; Mr.s. Cieor^e Ucorc has as herj Riicsl for vjvcr.il weeks, her nbc.l Mi!s Coy lamb of r.onla. Ark. ! Mrs. E. c. Welboiirne and heri fiuall daughter haw returned from whcrc Miss Pitcher enlered a hospital for treatment. Crockelt, now in Ihe GIO- "The Proper Thing" "Is il ill mannered to refuse certain foods when dining out?'' eery business al unoll:er location. Mr. and Mr.-. J. F. Kpperson,'constructing the builtling for hLs Mrs. Morris Singleton and Mrs. j own occupancy. Herman liaise!! has Logan Perkins and baby returned Ihe contract for $5,509. home Monday after several days visit wlih relalives at Aberdeen I and Okalona, Miss. ; : Miss Mamie Vick, who is attend-' ! ing school at Memphis, siienl Sun- jduy with her sister, Mrs. K. H. Crook and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Martin of Wesl Memphis spent Monday night with Mr. Martin's sister, Mrs. J. M. Aycock. and family. ; Misses Willie Marshall and Mildred Jarrall attended the B. Y. P. hoiis?s. Catherine ifarwell altendcd a visit, with relatives in Baton It used to b: an unpardonable JU. district meeting al Helena Fri- Koune. Ln. ' o (reuse, and it still Is considered day and Saturday. Mrs. A. W. Young is in Pine Blufl i wry imiwlile. lo rofiisr clisliss at • The Home Demonstration club for a visit of .several days will) her i the lablc because your refusal tin- j will meet Friday al (he clul) house i:»isler. Mrs. John Mclnlyre. who is ( plies thai you do noi like what is: for 1111 all day meeting. 'the mother of an infant son. Irani > circled you. If this is true, you : Mrs. Doyle Aycock was taken to Mrs. l •er aic lisitini! n.'btlvc.s in polnls M Mib. L ,l:vsii)i)i. Mr. i:nd Mrs. Allen Iluddli'Mon will uvrive home- lonlv.ht from u honeymoon s;:ent in Hoi ind Uclle Visla. They will their home, u: the [UVMMII, at this lintel Nniilc. li.fnu 1 iasl rriduy Mrs. Iludillestou wa.s Mij-.s Eve Unrwell. Joe Unrns jr.. has pone lu Ht Linns I" spend (In; liiinmur will his fiithcr. Mr. and Mrs. Bivcs Alb-n anc Mr. and Mrs. ,loe Wnlsmi \vrnl to Mammoth Sprins». Ail:., Suiula\ ,Mld were accomp:niicd Imnii; lis Mr. Wulson's molhci; Mr.s. W. M Walbon. whu will !n- Iheu UIIL'SI pntll Tuesday. Anita Slrncke, dniigbler of MIJ.. Louise Stracke, Is viilllii!; In Ht. Loms. Miss Rutli Eleanor Tucker li.is gone lu Viigliiin H'.'.u-h, Va.. LO ut- tcud a convt'ntion o[ Ihe rMta Delia IJolta sorority, rcpivspiiling the chaplcr of ll'-e University u! Mississippi, Oxford. Deforc 1 ,=i!ic ;;•- lurnn sl:c will accoiui.Miiy tlirri 1 yi lo Washington, nlclimon:! and N York. She plans to be uway twu weeks. L. Beriici is ex|>ec'.etl to reluri home toclay from ot. lxnii:> w/.erc he boii't'.il guilds for Ills stores. Mrs. Woodiviw l-i.-lic:- ha.s vi'tnrn- e:l''from Melnpiils where she .was vlln Mr. nshcr \\iiq :? at liie..'.!!'!!!- clisv hospital bji-aiiv. 1 til 1111 .ippcii- licitis operation. Ills condllion Is •cry jjeoii. • D.m Caldwell, mil of Mv. and Mis. Chesler Caldwell, who linr. ueen ill s.iveral <lay.^. is nijw l^ltev. Jir. and Mrs. Crawford Grefiu- ar.il son. Jiunuie, uncl Mrs. l.nla Slutbs are in Memphis Unlay whrre •Many Dan to Alicnd Party 'A large number have reserved tables tor the benefit, bridge and rook party to be given by the U. D: C. chapter Fridny afternoon 2:30 o'clock, on Ihe lawn ot Mis J. G. Sudbtiry's home. Among Ihese nre a number o_t Ihe politico" candidates. There will be a prize ror eacli table in. both games. Board Has Meeting The Executive board or tin Christian missionary society me Monday afternoon at (he home c Mrs. W. W. Shaver, to make out the year book. Tt was a special meeting of the old and new otfi- cers. After the business meeting the hostess scrral icfrrchmcnts ol sandwiches nntl an icod drinl:.' Sirs. Alvin Holley Is Showered With Affairs Mrs. J. Alvin Holiey, the former Miss nernice. Harwell, was co:n- plimcnlcd with an interesting MT- les of affaiis by Iricnds al Brownsville, Tenn. Mrs. bee B. Taylor gave a dinner party on Wednesday. June ti. MIES Irene Booth eiiterlainrd Use . senior u. Y. p. U. nnd Business Women's circle of the Baptist I jTH church with a lawn party and! Ej 4 shower in her honor Thursday ' evening, June 'I. A large garden tea was kivcn by Miss Virginia Short Saturday afternoon, June, 9.-Miss Harwell was guest ( ,r honor I • at a meeting of the w. M u on I Monday, June 11, when she 'was also showered with miscellaneous gifts. Thursday & Friday Mat. 2:30, 10-Wc Nile 7:l, r i. 10-IiSc Spring time wa his Lore- time !. . Girls' Aoilliarj- Metis The Girls' Auxiliary of the Viru .Baptist church met at the church Wednesday arfernnon. Otliccis or this group are: Kugenia Crawroul president; June Workman, vice president and organist; Mnry Jane Hogan. secretary and treasurer] Elalha Sanms. assaslant secretary. Jun; Workman Is membership .chairman. Mary Ann Nabcrs Is •tocial chairman, cdie Rice is chairman • or programs and Joyce Summers is personal service chair-1 man. Mrs. E. J. Graham Is )«ad- er ' For the proiram, Mary Jane Hogan gave the devotional. Vivian .Bickers gave a lalk on Jefferson Carolyn Hood to!d the life of Dr! Whitman, a missionary, a poem "Hunting Friends" was read by , Odie-Rtoc who also gave a lalk on Jot N. MuL-. The pledge ol a'.legl- .»nee vu repeated in unUon be- Pinkham Vegetable Compound 99c /I I ; OXr;rcitf OTTO KRUGER KAKCY CARROU N1GEI BRUCE HEATHER ANGEl HERG.-^f W.UHDIN . CS;.:N *. u.vv [t-"t;.< h NK 1UVHE Curccnlor Cartoon "Hnncymnoii Ifofel" I'iillcHe-fallcll Comedy I I'oiuu \Vinnrr.':— ^'""iday-Marin Alici^ Kvppman Tuesday-Dixie Weil il CR(i ay-Marie No bonus To 0,000 voles wilh each paid adult ticket tonight. jecnee White I'nlis Shu-Milk White Polish 19c Shinola Whitf Polish IOc AIRMAII) IWSIKKY /''or Ladivs and Men More l''oi' Vinii 1 .Honey. One Triiil Will t'onviiu'o Von! Groves dull 39c FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. INSURANCE UKIT. G8G Chill, Small 19c 066 Chill, Large 39c Mencienhalls, Lgc 69c Nasii ChiiT.......... 39c Atabrinc Tabs $1.39 ™ 99c DEFT. STORKS R ARFR'C5 i Sale Postivel y Closes Saturday Night ANNIVERSARY Which Will Close This Annual Event With A Bang! 1 (k Quinine ________ Glovers Hair Application 09c Black-Draught 19c 55c Stiliman's Freckle Cream 44c GOc Mttrine Eye Water 30c Mexican Heat Powder 25c Stop Colitis - Summer Complaint I'epl.o-ttismal will do it ....... 50c /l//.v,s/ss//;/;r Diarrhea .... 25c - 50c 's Colic Remedy . Aderita Mineral Oil, heavy, pint Bathing Alcohol, pint 19c Triton Htuicilv fur Atiih-lc, I'nnl KILL FLIES Tanglefoot iOc Dai5y ZOc Zip Spray Ic Mum 23 c 69r Lysol 25 Reel Cross Talc 19 GOc Sal llepalica 49c 50c Ipana .. 39c 50. Hinds 3 ( Jc Gcs'micidal Soup 1'Jc 1. Ben Miller Ice Cream Kief test in Bluihcvillc. Pint 25c Quart.... Tablets |l,2 r ] Absorbiae Jr. SSc Main at Second 'S Main at Broadway Anniversary Sale of SILK DRESSES $198 One group of pastel anil travel prints in. most popular summer styles us well as an unusually large assortment of sports dresses in sizes for misses, .women, and extra sizes. 2 Up to $7.95 Silk Dresses Another group of liu'mmeri dresses featuring solid imstets, dresses for every occasion, representing values up to ?7.!)5 which we offer in (his anniversary sale a I TENNIS SHOES ALL SIZES White Linen Slippers ¥49 Several Jlyli'i In rlmosc from: many lire Imj-iir llifr; £lip|iciK lo-dyc in ni.ilrli'sum- nifr cosfiimrs. Thfy .-ire rcnmrkufili: valirci, c.iEily wot(li S1.08. ror LAST CALL To Slock Up OH SILK HOSE AT SA1,K PRICES Sheer. [Ir.i^. rnll-rar.hinnrii rliilTt'n lin:r hi •.{ (jn.ilify (lint will Rive cvcrl- Ifllt srivi<r. Nriv stiniincr shades. liHc 44c f'liclir rf cliiUnn r.r sen ire wri»ht in ;i Ucllcr *|r.ilify tli.il is unci[U.ttc^ al tin. 1 , r.pccUl sale price of S6c Sale of HATS All stylos from liny chic hfrrls Mp to Ihe large picture h^ts in :ill siran-s, linens, pirjucs, .hair- Lraids, and novelty f.ibrks. In pastels and whiles. Values (o SI.25 Values (o SI.95 84c 1.66 $1 Values in White HATS Cleverly styhtl hals in an assortment of neu- fabrics and w.s Small and medium shapes. 2 Special Sale Groups of SHOES Values lo SI. 10 Values (n S3.; Don't, miss this opportunity to supply ynur sluie 77 nreds for tlie next few iiioutlis. Plain and * * novelty styles in all leathers ami falirics inrlud- inc jilenty of whiles in straps, pump;; and lies. Ail ?ixc;i and widtl^. Work Shirts Full cut ami w.-ll made coat rtylt- \vllh two p kcts. Men's sii-03. Mens Dress Shuts l r ai,t, color, in solid.-, ancl lancy ixittenis. Rpgulsr El vain?. Lsce Trim Broadcloth Slips Oil Cloth In li<ri:l :ii!cl dark desipns. 1'er vanl 24c Wash Dresses 44c In i'lint-- H n ;1 (lots. AH colors. Brassierers IOc I'tlliiiK For ir. - bra?:-ic res o rayon-ialTela. Brown Muslin 79c •10 inches wide. All you want at 10 Yards, for Brown Muslin H c n v y (iiiality nuislin. itcgular iyi/S yard value. Yards for to ,0 Play Suits 44c Praclical and com- [ci table for t-he :niall child. Sizes 3 5 PC. Ruffled Curtain Sets 27c Thread A. F. C. hi-aiid. Fast coloi'd. oO- yard sijools. Ic Taffeta Slips 49c hare trimmed. Bias cut. Good quality rayon. Turkish Towels Large, absorbent towels wilh fan- cv borders. 6 for SOc Anklets For infjtnU and children. Solid color a n d fancy rayon hose. IOc Wash Frocks 84c Copier, or fxpcmiv? ir.odek. tti square print, 1 ;, plaids, r.tiii^s nnd checks. Seamless Sheets Fine *ofl quality. Sell regularly 'at 8Pc. Sale price. 66c Remember Our Anniversary Sale Closes Saturday Night

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