The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 15, 1940 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 15, 1940
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Bigger and Better Values at Big Newly Arranged Rite Price Store , T. H. VanBibber, Owner & Operator 111-East'Main SI., In Blytheville Phone 2U-J Trade Wilh Van The Rile Price Mnn. A Home Town Boy Trying lo Get Along. Always nl Your Service to Please to Save You Money Every Day. Fruits & Vegetables Freeh, Krisp, Full Line Texas .Turnips Lb. . 4c' Cooking Applee. .Lb. Gc Green Cabbage Lb. 3|/jc Lettuce Jumbo hed T'/ic Potatoes, 10 Ib8. 17'/jc Oranges, Doz, 20c Full Line Ctinned Foods Pride 111. Corn ....8'/ 2 c Jottn Arc Heans Gc Pork & JScans....: .<lc Kly. Green Beans T/ic Tomatoes, 3 Ciuis . . 2l)c Miss-Co Pc«s u'c Spinach, 2 Cans 1 »c BACON Extra Fancy Sliced, LI). Purifan or Blk. Hawk Ib Jowls 9cj Side Ib. ROLLED RIB ROAST Boneless Lb. STEAK Family Style, Veal or «eef, Lb. COTTAGE CHEESE Armour's Crcum- Iflc cd, Lb. I™ GUARANTEED FLOUR Omega, 24 Us SI. 12 Shibley's Uest, 2-1 Lbs SSc Cambric Urcssway, 2<l Lbs. S;ic Close Ont, 24 Lbs O'Jc PEANUT BUTTER .lie CRACKERS Life, 25 j :v ';VC;mnc(i, Whole «'/> Size 15' BURGOO STEW Irvin Cobb's Can 17' Pure Lard Fresh & Fine Hulk Lb. Sc 4 s 'Lb. Crl 37c 8 Lb. Crt G3c 25 Lbs 51.S!) 50 Lbs. .S3.45 PORK CHOPS Fancy, Lean, Center Cut .2 Llis. 25 FRANKS & WEINERS 15 17 HENS Fresh N..Y. Dressed Lb. 16 FRYERS Fancy, Full Dressed Lb. 29' BANANAS Goldo nFancy Do?;, 15 C EGGS Fresh Country Doz." 25' BUTTER »*V • • fcll n - - ............ U) Country . ..... ............. ],!,. MILK <'«<»' «,nwli,n SALT MEAT soKSHiNE;: ss, ,«„,,;:: 15' COFFEE ... .. ...Lb. Mac Maxwell House Ib 21 "/,c Canova ../...Lb. 2i</jc Grand Dad 2 \bs. a5c Pure Fresh Bulk Ib. lOc TrcaT-Fresh Grd Ib. 15c DRUGS & NOTIONS N'ash Chill Tonic ...'file Aspirin, Pure I2's . ."«.• Hair Oils, Lgc Si/.c (ic Toilet Tissue 1000's Sc Alcohol, Rubbing PI IDc Palm Olive Bar ....(ic P. & G. OR O.R. SOftP Jlto 18 Algootl, Churned in Cream Pure Cane 10 Lb. Limit Wilh Gro. RegardJes.,. of Vonr Needs We Save You Timc-Trou- ble-^oncy/JUY ALWAYS THE UEST FOlt LESS Luxora Society—Personal Appointed K.O.T.U. CJplaln Grover c. Ddvcr Jr., a suitor "t Arkniisns Stale College hns been appointed ruj cnjilaln of Dnttcry "A" of the Arkansas State coltezc Rawrvo Officers 'IValnliis Corps. The appointment was made Ijy Major Wjlllam E, Corklll for the second semester of (he 1939-10 whool year. O. C. Is the son ot Mr. nnd Mrs. Grover C. Driver of Luxom. He Is a member ol the Zcta Tau Zeta soclnl frnlernlty, the "A" Club, the prc-Lnw Club. nn<l the .Spanish and Ilia Prcnch clubs, lie Is working townrd an A.U. degree with a major In English, * * * Lofiil Boy Kcouts Observe Amilvcrsarj' of Scoullii(f On last Sunday morning n service In honor or Luxora Scouts was held «t the Methodist church when the pastor, the Rev. n. B, I,. Benr- den, spoke on "Whnt Makes a Real Man." On Wednesday night the local Boy Seoul troop observe;! the thirtieth anniversary of Scouting with a social nnd court, of honor, llobert Macnab, of Jonesliorp, urea executive was present and with the assistance of Marvin Sanderson, showed'scvcrnI reels of Scout moving pictures. • Troop eomnilttcomen niid parents of the Scouts were present. The social wns held In the recreation, rooms, at the Methodist church, with Mrs. B ; , 0. Wilklns in clmrge of the entertainment. Bcrtt Corkran received n star Jiidge and,six merit badges. Herman Spicer Jr. received a second cJiiss" badic,.and Lomilc Gilbo re- :clvcd the tcuderloot" badge. Sandwiches and conee were scrve'cl after the program and ,'nmes. Entertains al'Bridge Mrs. Jessu brown had as her guests for bridge Saturday evening. Mrs. Sim Bo'iven, Mrs. Elioll Williams, Mrs. May Doiven Thompson, Mrs,.A. G. Brown, Mrs. Grover C. Driver, Mrs.. Ilussell Bowen, Mrs. Joe Hires nnd'Mrs. Charlie Mifflin. A salad plnte Was served after the awarding of high score prize to Mrs. . Elliott Williams, second high to , Mrs: A. G. Brown. Woman's, Society for Christian Scrvlci; JVJccls Mrs. J.'J. Johnston was hostess to members ;ol the Luxora Methodist Woman's Society tor Cliris- .tlan Service nt the homq of Mrs. E: R.; Bogan Tuesday nfleriioon. The' house • was called to order by,, reading \ the hynni, "Lord, 1 o'peak ;,.lo .1 Me". by. the,'..president, Mrs. BagaJi, followed by prayer led by Mrs. B; H. Owen. A new member, Mrs. Sharp, was enrolled, and two visitors. Susie Sharp nnd Martha Nell Head, were present. On. February 15. seven members arc to attend the District Missionary meeting to be held at the First Methodist church, Blytheville. They are: Mrs. Walter Lynch. Mrs. Walter Brnntley, Mrs. Sharp, Mrs. A. O. Brown, Mrs. fl. H. Owen, Mrs. R, E. L. Besinlcn Jr. and Mrs. E. R. Bogan, They will be accompanied by the Rev. R. E. L. Hearden Jr. The -program \ras under the leadership ol Mrs. Walter Brantley. She was assisted by Mrs. W. E. Head who told the "Life History of Younj J. Allen," a missionary statcsjnaJ). AHer t : nc benediction was said. Mrs. Johnston hud arranged a feature or entertainment during the social hour, taking a picture of each one present, with the finished product resulting In a comic Vnlcn- llnr. Mrs, Johnston was assisted by Mrs. Bogan in serving a salad plate. The' next meeting, Feb. 27, will be held In the liomp ol Mrs \V E KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS i Help 15 Miles of Kidney Tubes Hush Onl Poisonous Waste Head with Die Rev. B. E. L. Bearden conducting the Bible stijdy. Services at Baptist Church Fell. 18 i The Hev. B. E. KUiralge, pastor 1 of Hie Second Baptist church, j)]y. ! thcvllle, will preach at tlic eleven ' o'clock service Sunday morning, I'Vb. 18, mid the evening hour,' tcveii-flltcen, nt the Baptist church. HriilKC In Honor of .Miss Ilowfn '.-.Miss Frances Reid Uowcn was complimented by Miss Peggy sill- IJHIJI will) a two table bridge party on the evening before she Icff /oilier school, Blue Mountain College, alter a, vacation of several weeks on account of a fire aC the college. Those enjoying Miss Bll(man's ' hospitality were: Miss Billy Laiig- [ston, Miss Jane wiso, M|ss Margaret Fnrdecsby, Miss Dltey §||l- man, Bowen Thompson, Junior George, and P. c. Ingram., Jllsh score honor went to Bowen Thompson, low tp Jane wise, and cui. to r. C. Ingram. Miss Sillman was'asslsted by. her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Slllrnan, In .vcivlng n salad plnte and cold drinks. Announcement Tarty Mr. and Mrs, Phillip George had as their guests for a buffet, supper on Tuesday night, Dr. and Mrs. j. A. Shlbley, Miss Sallle Saltba, Mr. anil Mrs. M. George, Miss lone and Miss Edith George, and Fred Saliba, nl) of Blythevilte, Mr. and Mrs. Louis George of osceoln, and Mr. and Mrs. Mosc Sliman and Mr. and Mrs. Ci. A. Cieorge, at which time they announced the engagement, nnd approaching marriage of their daughter Mable, to DeMetrl C. Abdclnouri of New York City. The dining room and living rooms on the lower, floor of the home were attractively decorated. The dining (able, overlaid with'3 hn>vu dlning table, (rum which the guests, were served, was overlaid vmu a handsome Venetian cloth, had an ob.oiijf crystal centerpiece of piafc and yellow roses. and lilies ot the valley and was presuwi Uj ,1,:^., George, daughter, and Miss lone George, of Blytheville. Attend Osccob Kotary As <;ucsts Tuesday .. Among the Luxprans who • were present as guests of the Osceola Rotary Tuesday were: Jesse Broivu, Joe Hires, J. R. Gainings, B. C. Laiigston. W. C. Wingticld, ft. U Hoiick, E. R. Bogan, Russell Bowen, J. M. Majors,. Jack Brown, Mr. Kurtz, B. O. Wllklns, Bob Gil- llsjile, Chester C. Danchowcr and Shnmake Rozcl). Sec "Gone With (he Whul" Other Luxorans who have been to Memphis lo see "Gone With'the' Wind" arc: Mrs. M. C. Cooke, Miss Eva Cooke. Mrs. R. C. Bryant, Mrs. Julia Bryant Owen, Mr.' nnd Mrs,. Russell Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. C. B? Wood. Mrs. Howard Boweh and daughter, Virginia, Mrs. W. H. Chambers anct daughter, Mildred. Mrs. Albert Biirel has returned lo her home in Atlanta after a six weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Owen. Hoy Johnson, district representative for the Pioneer Hybrid. Corn, was in Liwora 1m wei-K nsslsiimj : Mrs. Howard Bowen In Introducing: this vnricty of corn to the farmers in Luxora vicinity. Mrs. Maxlue Brown McKnney and Mrs. Elizabeth Williams Sili- man were the weekend guest.s oi Mr. and Mrs. Bliss Yanccy in their home at Marlanna. Mrs. R. O. Eberdt returned from the Methodist hospital Sunday much improved. John Thweatt and young tons. John Kovvton and Billy, are 1m proving from an Illness lasting over a period of .several days. DeMclrl C. Abdelnour, ol New York City, has returned homo after a. ten days visit as guest o Miss Mabel George nl the. home of her pnrenls, Mr. and Mrs. Phillip George. Miss Bob Williams spent the weekend In Blytheville. as the guest of Miss Margaret Matthews. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hires and daughter. Carrie. Mae. have returned from Cairo. III., where Uicy were called last week on account of the very serious Illness of Mrs. Hires' sister, Mrs. Sain Abel. .Mrs. Abel Is a little improved. Mrs, L. U Ward, of Osceola. a sister, remained Cor n longer time. Monday visitors to Memphis included Mr. and Mrs. S.-im Uoivcn, Mrs. Joe Hires. Mr. and Mrs, lius- scll Bowen and Mrs. William Wood, Miss Martha Lonlse Small ;uui brother. Billy Small, sturtonts at Spiithwrslern, Memphis, uerr- Hie weekend guests of their grandmother, Mrs. Elliott Williams, and their aunt. Mrs. Elizabeth s\\\- nian. . Hayti , Society—Personal THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1940 Miss Eileen LeSie6r of Lllbowti, Mo,, was here Monday vlslllng Mrs Vlrnle Baker. . Mrs. nlchard Hiimra of Senath, Mo., and her yuests, her brother, Edward Hedge of Merenca, Mich., nnd her cousin, Miss Minnie Ker- baway of Bllssfleld, Mich., were here Friday ' evening vlslllng Mr. and Mrs. Wolf Khourle nnd family, Mrs. Oscar Haley and son, Senator, drove to Matthews Friday nnd spent the day ; with her sister, Mrs. Sam Crib nnd family. They were areojinwnlcd home by Toin Crib, who Is visiting In the- Haley home. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hull left Saturday (or .a months vacation In Florida, ' .' Mr. nnri Mrs. Jimmy Randolph of Memphis, Twin., "spent (he weekend here visiting Mr, and Mrs, Johnle Randolph. tar. and Mrs. Leonard Tenster and son of New Madrid, spent the weekend here visiting Mr. and , Mrs. Fred Bhipton. I Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Halev vislt- I eci friends In PortagevIHe Saturday evening. j Mr. and Mrs. Ray Plnkston nnd ' children nnd Mr.5. Veru Garret drove to Holland Sunday and visited Mr. Plnkston's father Rev. J. L. plnkstoh and wife. .Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Sides and 'daughter, Shirley of Memphis, were here Sunday visiting Mr. Sides' sister. Mrs. M. L.- pike and Mr Hike. N. O. McElroy of Cape Glrardeau was here Monday attending to business. Mrs. Nettie Reeves of Warden was here Saturday visiting friends i.fltul relatives. I John Owens of Black Island wits here Friday attending to business. Mmcs. Philip Ficsal and K, A. Iliimra of Cm-dwell were here Monday visiting Mis. Wolf Khouric. They drove to Cnnithmville and visited Mrs. Wade Hamra, who is His Pox'Hunt March 2 KENNETT SQUARE, Pa. <U1')— Plans are being formulated for what may be the biggest foxhunting event in the United States when the Bayard Taylor Memorial Hunt is held March" 2 at Longwood Farms, estate of P. S du ron I. CHAPPED SKIN . you i tin, holnlum anpHeil y. J' c , stlnGi»E. red parts Menlhotalum quickly cools anj l°'.* e ?' h ? 1rr "»«?'""'<l»«lst a only 30c. Tlic National Library ;>( Slork- liolm' Ircats all new books to destroy microbes. Advantages HEADACHE * \\l\tn j t>u lake Capuilinc- for a htti&ubr or ncuT.nlRli jou cnjojr nl least five nrttanlatir^: I- rnpmllnn acts gently. 2. ncllpf tonics 500U. ,1. 1'oitr ticr(cs .ire soothed, i. In a few miimlcs >oii enjoy rcl.i\^Uon ,T n[ t 3 sense of urH-bclng. 5. As rapiiAhK \\ liliild. tlic (ngr^rticnts .ire alccad5 di\* wived—all rcarty to act, • U'hy he sAllsllcri wHh any rcinpriy Hut (iocs less ttuirCapiidlnc? Gel it from \m, r rftURglst. lOc, 30C/ 60C. ' , ^ CAPUDINE MENTHOUTUM c ""» COMFORT &Hy Factory Cancellations OF AMERICA'S FINKST FOOTWEAR ; .'IN, ALL THK NEW SPUING COLONS All si/cs and nidlhs. Shoes Uial formerly sold al ye.75 ( O J pffcfci) ;il 95 GJULS MOCCASIN • 'TOK SHOKS ' in solid \iliilc, lil.iok A whil*. l.rowii ,t while, nil sizes ami wliltlis. ? 2.98 Zellner's \crois fi'oin 1 list Niil, liank LIBERTY CASH GROCERS PRICES FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY GRAPE NUTS fiflFFFF' UUITCC Ca "i«va, Maxwell House, FolgerorRoseBudJb. MerrimaGSalmon^23c:43c HEINZ CATSUP M oz. Box' 17 TOMATO JUICE ; , 15 ROYAL GELATIN 14 Sanhorn it,. Pk g . SMACKS Large 19J c Wox SHRIMP Hlue Plate Can PEACHES Kosedale No. 2>/2 Can 14 1 ! STORELV KRAUT Texas Seedless Each 2ic Onions ' 2;c|lettuce E - 5c Pound 10 Turnips Lb. APPLES . Delicious :; - "Each Ii' POTATOES 10 Lb. Sack 19 Winesap - Doz. 12 C Texas Doz. 28 C PARSNIPS Texas Green Lh Roast H25c Ham p if VEAL ROAST Lb. SPARE RIBS PIS LIVER Lb. BACON SKIN or Neck Bones Cc 5 SALT MEAT Lb- Ulack Hawk; Rind on In ^Oo Rimllcss, Ib. BOILING SALT Lamb PORK CHOPS Shoulder . .Lb. I2i/,c Chops ....Lb. 17|/,c Leg Lb, 20c PORK SAUSAGE ,„ 10' VEAL STEAKS 20' PURE LARO Lb. 8' PIG TAILS WHITING FISH •(•'I'lAIJ,. •'"• <" S "- RS in. 25 Crisco or Snowdrift 3T L b 46c Vienna Sa I Lb. Cri .. •I Lb. Crl. . 8 Lb. Crl. . PILLSBURY FLOUR HARD WHEAT and SOFT WUKAT 6 LI). OA C 12 Ib. CTc 21 II,. Ag c Sack OU Sack 3/ Sack 3$ Pillsluiry's Pancake Flour ...... I'ki. i)c ' .Re. iiox Pillslniry's Farina 'l.Re. 4fc 1 1 d., «'J Hoxes 2;ic Lgc.. HDX 21 c Gianl Uox .., .(i inv LUX HIUI 3 1MKS IOC FOR . . :^_.;A SHOfllENING 1 roifvil

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