The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 23, 1934 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 23, 1934
Page 2
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PAW TWO •LWHBVILIJB, (All.); COUBOUt THURSDAY, AUGUST 23,-1934 Miss Marjorie Stewart : To -Wed Frank Daniels Announcement was made lodny of Uw engagement of Miss Mar- Jorie.Bfcwart, of this city, lo Mr. Riok Allen DcnleU, of Hickman. Ky. The wedding will be solemnized Friday, October 6, at ttc Church of the Immaculate Conception. Bits of JVeu's Mostly Personal the attractive bride-elect, who Is the daughter of Mrs. Pearl Stewart and the late Mr. I. B. Stewart, is a member of a pioneer Blylhevlllc family. Mr. Daniels, who Is the son ot Mr. and Mrs. J. L Daniels ol Ca- mthersvlUe, Mo.: was educated In •chads of that city. He ts now connected with the U. S. Engineers corj* at Hickman. CMtpUnent Bride. The first of several affaire planned for Mrs. William A. I/ing, who was before lier recent marriage Miss Anna Mac Jones, was a bridge shower given Wednesday afternoon by Misses Virginia and Sam Nunn. Mrs. John Long, mol-hcr o{ the bridegroovr, Mrs. E. L Jones, the bride's mother, and the hostesses' mother, Mrs. Marvin Nunn, assisted in receiving the guests. A yellow motif was used In the decorations -with gladioli, daisies and roaes in crystal bowls and the tallies were brides and bridegrooms. Pink.was the d6mlnant shade In the-refreshments of a salad, served with sandwicbts, cake nnd Iced lea The guest of honor was presented a tiny gold key which unlocked the **asure chesl filled with gifts of linen from the 12 prtsenl. In the card games Miss Adcle langston won.first honors, a facial kit,,and Miss Martha Robinson, (he eut prize, a manicure kit. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Little have as their guesl Mr. Little's aunt, Miss Amanda Little, of Dcxt«r, IlKl. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. N, Wilson and family, who have been occupying the W. A. Black residence during the summer, will move to the E M. Eaton home on Uhickasawba avenue Sept. 1. The condition of Mrs. John Hyde, who has been crlllcnlly 111 nl hci homo on North Sixth St., Is better today. Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mrs. Fred Wunen and daughter, Miss Mai jorlc, HIT In Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Moss, who have been In I'arngould for several iionlhs, have moved to Little Kock vlr. Moss Is with the Home Loan .•orporatlon, They are now with Mis. H. A. Smllh. of this city, who s making her home In Little Rock for the present. The Rev. and Mrs. Allci Wcmen WW Atfaatrt Weak. Members of t-he Blythevllle Dsmo- cniUe Women's club will attend the all day meeting at Horseshoe lafce tomorrow, which Is for the northeast Arkansas district. The election of offlcers will take place in- a liter meeting In October, according to Mrs. Jamts B Clark, district chairman. C««ipliinents Mrs. Echols. A group of. intimate friends of Mre. Lou Echols of Memphis, who tonnerly resided here, complimented iwr with a luncheon at, the home .of Mrs. E. D. Ferguson Wednesday. Sharing 1 honors - with Mrs. -Echols were her sisters, Mrs. Arthur Hunl- Uy, of Memphis, and Mrs. H. R. Brandon. Other guests were: Mes- daines. W..W. Holllpeter, p. E. Cootey, Emma Burney, A. C. Haley and O.-C.'Ganske. and Miss Marian Cooley. A two course menu was served at a Uble .decorated with garden flowers. The afternoon was spent in playing rook. Mrs. Echols Is spending her re- cation here. Webb, or Wright City, Mo., are guests of Mrs. Webh'b (ntlier. .1. T Aford, and other relatives. Thcj are frequent visitors In this city. Mrs. G. H. Grear has returnee from Chicago where she spent ten days with her daughter, Miss Kathrj-n. who is attending con scrvntoiy there. Mr. and Mrs. MIHon Wclib. o Memphis, spent, Wcdnesilny wit Mr. Webb's parents. .Mr. nnrl Mrs S. E. Webb. Mrs. Wolf Allan and son. Allrce are attending the Chicago fiilr. Miss Effle Moore Is crltlcully i at the family home on Lilly stree following an attack of appendldtl Little Cora Lee Woodruff, of If panto, is the giicst ol Mtss Cora Lei Coleman thb week. James Hasson has gone to Lilt' Rock, where he will undergo 11 preliminary physical cxamlnatlo for appointees to the United Stall Naval Academy. Annapolis, Md. Mrs. T. J. crowdcr and daughter, Miss Irene, have gone to Corning, Ark., for a visit with relatives. Miss Crowder will return Sumluy but j Mrs. Crowdcr will remnin for a longer stay. Mrs. J. E. Whltworth ts 111 at her home on West Walnut St. Mrs. A. M. Butt and daughter, Miss Ruth, silent yesterday In Mem- ovc September I to Ihe former r. Sims' home. ' Tt'.e house they :cupfcd on West Ash slrccl, the ihn w. Snydcr residence, has been urchased by Mr. and Mrs. R U oggins. SteeloCooter Society — Personal Miss Wilta Mac Anderson, of Dyersburg,- Tenn.. Is visiting relatives and friends here this week. Slx-lnilhs of » mile of blood vessels is required by every pcund of fat In the human body. Harvard University is conducting a series of tests as a sludy cf fatigue. phis. . Mtis Miriam' Stiilih/'daugh'ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Leon Smith. i;as returned from Pine Bluff where slic visited her grandparents for three weeks. Leon Smith jr.. will arrive home Tuesday from Camp Dixie, Wiley, Ga.. where he -has been attending camp for the past two months. Otto Kochttlrfcy, who has been in Columbus, Miss, lor the past week, returned ^.ere yesterday and today accompanied his children and Mrs. J. W. Morse lo that city. Mrs. Kochtiizky went down last. week. They are moving there. Mr. Koch- tltzky having purchased the l\>rd agency. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Perry will Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Grrer. of Jlar- Isbui'B, Ark., spent Sunday licre ns ucsls 01 Mrs. arccr's parents, Mr. nd MrsvH. A. Silence. They were ccompamcd home by Ml.wcs I^nira nd Louise Grcor who have; Ivcji ic guests ol t:ielr giaiidi»ri'!Us for he past two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. N. Koiiry and Mrs. >am Simmons were dinner g f Mr. and Mrs. N. B. Sillta. of olncr, Ark., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. victor Mullory. ol Cootcr : announce Hie birth of a :nii£<Ucf last week. Mrs. Mallory i Ihe former Miss Una Castcman. Mr. [tiki Mrs. Floyd Wtigstcr aixl hlldren arc s|wndlng a two weeks •ncatloii with relatives in points ol L'enn'cseec.. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Jenkins nd children of KenncU, spent last week end Jicrc as guests of Mr. and I Mrs. S. H. Martin. Mrs. Abncr Ashcrait ts confined .0 her home by malaria. Ruban Clark Kins, of Lcachvillc, Ark., visited friends i;crc Monday ind Tuesday. ' Mrs. Uandell Mearl uncl so, of Kcnnctl, .spent week rn here with relallves. They were accom-, panled home. Monday by Mrs. Hayes Smith and daughter, Hazel, Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Ashcroft anil sons of LnValle, Mo., are guesls. of Mr. Ashcroft's mother. Mrs. J. R. Jones. Fred Forsythe. who has been very 111. with Indications ol lypliolcl fever, is some better. Miss Patty Jordan is spending two weeks with her sister. Mrs. Don Portls Jr., at Lepanto. Ark., while taking dally treatments from an ear specialist at Memphis. Her condition U much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. BriBgaiice, Mre. Ida Burns, and J. A. Travis, spent Tuesday itl Troy, Tcnn., where they attended tiie funeral O f their cousin, Mrs. Calvin Williams who died Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Maxcy went to Memphis, from which place Mrs Maxcy will go to North Carolina for Automobile Sales Co. Corner Main & Filth (Succefiors to J. c. Apnle- by Motor Co.) Sludebaker, Hudson, Tcrranlane and Willys Cars. KELVINATOF. Electric Refrigeration. Get our prices and terms before yon buy any electric refrigerator. BANANAS Thursday & Friday Mat. 2:3(1, Nite 7:00, 10-.H5c a six weeks visit relntives IT'S A MAN'S WORLD but the women run itl How l» ru 1 * a iwen bylovl. They \vere accompanied lo Joiner Ark., by Mrs. L. C. Spencer, who will visit her son, Paul E. Milbrondl for several days. Mrs. Charles Giilhrie has return ed lo her Jiomc at Poplar Bluff after n visit here with Mrs. Rutl Lawlion and Miss Eunice Gulhrlc Willie Crow s] ient last week end in St. Louis buying fall merchau-' disc for the Famous store. | Barlara Ann Carter, of rioscJand. Ark., Is Hie gncsl of <;er aunls, Mrs. O. Fowler, and Mrs. John Parks jr. Miss Bonnie Smith has gone to DatJevllle. MO., where she will leach homo economics in Hie high school.' GEOfiGE BflWROFT IFRKNCESlFULUR ROSCOE KMINS COMPARE ALL OUR PRICES LIBERTY GASH GROCERS Specials for Friday, Saturday and Monday SUGAR Pure Cunt' •• 4 _ 10 Pounds 31 C GREEN APPLES VEAL CHOPS 0 Pound 3c A Glimpse at Autumn FASHIONS Our nclvancc shipments of ncu- [at! dresses reveal some o( the Mnaitoiil ot Ulciis from the marls ot (iir-hlon. Of course. \vc \vill feahirc tlio trim .lachel incxlplj. two liiccc find sill skirt dresses as well as the unique Butcher Boy treatments. And what clout coloir,? Black, brown and nisi have been used In mosl of (lie outstanding numbers with rmait trims to emphasize the autumn eftcet. The material;, too. arc all that can b; desired...cereal and novelty crepes, cantons. eh«ers and satins. \Vc Cotdlallr Invite You (o Set Our New F»ll Uresus and Hats The Ladies Toggery 3 Doors West of Kress 1 Musical Comedy — "Music In Your Hair" Pepper Pot Cartoon — "A Cabinet Meeting" You'll laugh at Old Man Winter •u-hen he ^ets here ii you're burning BLACK ROYAL The Guaranteed Coal Call us today for details of Ihe unusual ^ Royal money -bac^ guarantee BlyihcvilleGinCo, . Phone 214 Parks Brothers . . Phone 977 L, I. Rice, care Mahan Gin Phone 24 1 Steinberg Cotton Co.. . Phone 24 TranthamCoalCo. . Phone 964 Wonder City Coal Yard. Phone 477 Wehb-Brown Coal Co. , Golden Ripe Owen BELL PEPPERS COFFEE Pound 6c LARD SOAP Liberty Special I'ound 21 c Fresh and .Meaty Pound VINEGAR '"" k - ' ' v t;,,i; t ' ISc New Nancy Hall g f. Pound 9V Pound 4c LETTUCE Nice Heads Each BARTLETT PEARS Fancy O 1 ** A2V Kaeh SPARE RIBS Freshan<1 S lOc TOILET TISSUE rut ' t !S 15c COFFEE •/. Ivulls Maxwell House Lb- Can CORN FLAKES 3-Lli. Pail - - 35c 6-Lb. Pail 6Dc F'int Quart 21c Pure Pork Pound lOc SHREDDED WHEAT 13c SKINNERS "^-r.^^. isc COCO MALT lsr dcan - 24e found Can IVIIf K Cottage or Van Camp 4 ^ f. ITIILIV 3 Uarge or 6 Small Cans X / C GROUND BEEF 0rH rtr 7ic TOMATO JUICE Sugar a f 5c TURNIP GREENS N^g 12c BEEF ROAST K c Red Pitied No. 2 Can SpjJP_ SALT MACKEREL GRAPES Phillips. Tomato 5c Jefferson Island 1 Vi Lb- Paekage Salmon Style Can 7ic Concord 4-Qt. Basket 15c American Maid Pound 28c CIMCOAL VANILLA WAFERS HENS__ PICKLES __ 2'4_Can Heat Brand 2 Packages Fresh Hound lOc Jk-st Compound Pound P. & G. Giant Size ie TUNA FISH *«'"""*»; n c STANDARD P O-ITED MEAT, can - . - wt amilaJ/UUf VIENNA SAUSAGE, Can - 5c SOAP Fat. ['till Dressed Poiinri 16c Home Stvlc Jar 15c Welch's IG-Oz. Jar MUSTARD "T..,u., lOc PEANUT'BUTTER'^"""iaj;;: 5 SALAD DRESSING '''Sde.:'; 1 SUPER SUDS "^Ses 15c L1BBYS SPECIALS Pineapple, No. 2 Can 17c Pineapple, 2Vi Can - l!»c Peaches, 2'/ 2 Can - 17c RA Cherries 2i/j can 25c Fruit Salad, 2^ can 26c Pickles, Sweet Plain or Mixed, 22-oz. Jar - 2-lc Camay or PalinoJivc Uars 13c Apricots, ZVi Can - 23c Tomato Juice. No. 1 Can 7l/ z c Corn, G. Bantam - lOc Asparagus, Picnic - 12c ur Lemun- Liberty 8-Oz. Bottle ' Or Koasl Pound EXTRACT vanilla PORK STEAK CAMA^FMIS Kegllhi ^ Size SALMON OKRA EGG PLANT 4 ** _ JL9C 17ic 5c Chum Tall Can lOc Garden Fresh Pound Pound Pound 20c BOILED M (MONSl LEMONS Pound 39c Yellow- Pound 4ic POTATOES Exira GRAPE FRUIT P d ISc 2ic Large, Bright Each •• _ / C Fat. Full Dressed Pound MUSTARD GREENS Bunch Regular Size, Package - - 'Large-'Size, Package - - - - Vounu. I'al. Full - - ijc - - ISc Pound . ,18ic FLOUR GINGER ALE Blue Bunny 20-Lb. Sack Liberty Bottle lOc Canova or Sunny Brook Lh. Can BEANS & HAM SALT MEAT Old Virginia Style Can 9c Butts Pound JELLO All Flavors Package Sic MILK Pet or Carnation 3 Large or fi. Small Cans 19c MATCHES I'et Brand Box Mary Jane 12 Ib 2'l Ihs - - 85c 48 Lbs. SL.70 Or Brisket Pound I A DI\ Wilson's .J-Lb. Pail I5c LtflllU 8-Lb. Pail 85c Package 9c Oblisk. Always Reliable JO I,hs- - - - 5u c 20 Lbs. . - - 99c 69c BACON Sliced. Swift's Oriole 4% 4 _ Pound <£ M, C lilHlIT IAIN 1>INTS> Do7 - en ...... 75c I'll till J/illO QUARTS. Dozen ..... - 85c FRUIT JAR S. " HAM HOCKS La ^^ ni 12 J PAR GRAPE JUICE NelSMls gS rt v.y.-.SE Urown or 4X Confectioners Lb. Box i K. C. Baby Beef. Round or Loin. Pound OLEO 10-Li^ Bag AUC All Brands Pound lOc GRAPE NUT FLAKES 2 for 17c WlilNERS'"' ANKS ° rBOL S121c

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