The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 11, 1940 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 11, 1940
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THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1940 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER Demonstration Club News Notes 1'Ian Illniro Party . Plans for n bingo pnrty lo be given Tuesday ntjhl. Apr. if), at Hie high school were mado al Ihe meeting of 13 member.; of dio Dell Home Demonstration club Friday afternoon <a the home of Mrs W. D. Howard. The meeting vtiis called to order by the singing of "Arknu.ras Traveler". Mrs. J. v. Henderson save Ihe devotional which was followed with n prayer by Mrs. Howard. The poem, "Traveling A Lone Hteli- wny," was read by Mrs. E, M. Woodarrt. Mrs. Noble Qlll was In charge of the program on "Better Homes." Proceeds from the bingo party will go Into the building fund for the club house now being creeled. The next meeting will be In May at the home of Mrs. Dewey Sheppard. Better Homes Week Is Topic Of Program "Better Homes Week" was discussed by Mrs. Ernest French who presided over the meeting of Ilic Yar- l)ro Home Demonstration cluli Tuesday nfternoon at, the home of Mrs. Arch Llndsey. Nineteen members and one visitor, Mrs. Mike Meroney. attended. Plans were made for participation In "Better Homes" week which is the last week in this month. This discussion was followed with announcement of the piny tournament lo be held that weefc also at Burdettc by Mrs. A, Fl. Chapman, recreation chairman. "Camptown Races", soni; of the month WHS discussed by Mrs. Elza Wheeler after which the club creed was repeated in unison. Mrs. Lee Stiles gave the devotional and Mrs. Ellis Wheeler read the poem of the month. Talks on "Home Furnishings'' and "Home Management" were made by Mrs. Victor Mallory ami Mrs. Ross Moore. During (lie social hour, Mrs. Chapman directed games in which Mrs. Ellis Wheel"!- won first and Mrs. Stiles, second. Mrs. Llndsey, assisted by Mrs. $10,000 Baby FLAPPER FANNY Women Anglers Called Better Sports Than Men , Conn. <Ul>>- ComiceHcul's only woman HIUHC »'««l*n-Allss Edllli A. Stoehr- WlfVL's women nrn butter sport* "tout lishlnu than an men. "At lenst they don't klitk 113 much if lllcy don't net (ha limit." she contend*. She jmtrols the Mmims nl UrunCord rmd was appointed In lO.'I'j. More women me Inklns "l> 'he (.port, mid tlir.y nfc ensr-r U> leinu how to Us!), mid where.' As much as .she likes fishing mid "ft work, Mls, s stoehv declared would never mom- n name i "Aw—this isn't so romantic. You c.oulda' curried mo ncroau in yottr arms." \m I Meet "Hank," recently born at j the Ringling Bros., Barnum and i Bailey Circus in New York. He's i five teet tall, and, at current pj. ! -life prices, is valued at $10.000. \C. J. Little and Mrs. U, A. Cope-I ! land, served tec cream and cake. i The hostess had arranged hou- ; niiets of narcissuses, japonlca nnd I jonquils aboul the entertaining rooms. The next meeting will be April Ifi In the home of Mrs. Ellis Wheeler. Try One ot Our Delicious PIG SANDWICHES Ole Hickory Inn Across From High School BAMflISS IN USED Ice Boxes Rebuilt and Guaranteed Electric Refrigerators HARDAWAV APPLIANCE CO. Sen-ice on All Makes Refrigerators—Itadlos—Waslitrs 206 \V. 5Iain SI. Phone ZM Chairmen Speak . Chairmen of various committees : of the Oosnell Home Demonstration club made talks at the mcet- :ine of the club Tuesday afternoon , when Mrs. W. E. Lott and Mvs. Andy Bevill were hostesses. Mrs. :.J. M. Frankum gave tile (Icvotional from the booV: of Matthew. Brief talks were made by the (following chairmen: Mrs. Hyde, ilroiise furnishings; Mrs. Donner, poHllry; Mrs. P. .A. Dorris. foods! Mrs.- L. c. Dorris gave a descrlp- 1 tlon of her new fruit shelves. She > stated thtit she hnd removed the i entire front of a closet and placed 'shelves tlie right space lo hold j several hundred Jars. I Included (n the 27 present were ; (he following new members: Mrs. ;W. A. Smith, Mrs. Charlie Cook. Mrs. C. H. Bevill, Mrs. Andy Bevill and Mrs. Lester Reams. i After a quilt was quilted for Mrs. Lott, the meeting was closed by , the singing of "America" and tlic . club sons; by the group and the i reading of the club collect by Mrs J Duclos. 'Jlie next meeting will be April • 16 at the home of Mrs. L, M. Boyd. Entertain Club Airs. .Will Cannon and Mrs Ira Dickcrson entertained 15 members of the Promised Land Home Dem- GROCERY ANNOUNCEMENT! We Arc the Exclusive Dealers for There arc no liner food products and few tluil ;ire Odiial to Amci-icsin I, adv. Try these oseollciil foods and you II say to yourself that you are eating the best COME IN SAT., APRIL 13, FOR FREE SAMPLES! Get Acquainted With AME85MH UBY PRODUCTS GROCERY AND MARKET I'honcs— 113,'i & U31 1011 \V. Chifkasawbii Avc. Now Located in Clcncoc Hole) ADDING MACHINE & TYPEWRITER SERVICE BUREAU DON EDWARDS, Proprietor AH illakes of Rebuilt Typewriters, Adding Machines and Calculators— Repairing— Paris— Ribbons onMrnllon club awl seven visitors Wednesday aflcrnoon tit the Cannon home. After the meeting was called to order by Mrs. Felix Hill, (lie roll call was iinswercil by telling \vhnt. ench member linil for [ho dub lo .sec on Hie Better Home lour. MKs Corn Lee Colemnn, county home demoiiBtmtion ngent, Inlkcd on mattress milking • and cotton dress materials to be worn this spring. At Die conclusion of Ilio soclRl hour, Hie hostesses served n combination snndwlch nnd dessert, plntc with (c!i. 'Ilic iiicclliijf vvtis Hdjaiirned (o inecl May 1 with Mrs. Joe Hill. Psychologist's Findings Build Masculine Ego ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. (UP)— The average man knows women bL'tter limn the average woman knows men, Dr. Norman Fredcrick.- scn, Princeton University psychologist, told a meeting of the Eastern Psychologists Association, Dr. Frcdcriksen said Klcrcolypcd testi of 553 judges of both .soxes, ranging from 13 years up, revealed men were much more agreed about- women characteristics than women were about, men, with excep- tion of the ycors 13 nnd 14, In fuel, Dr. I'Vedcrlks™ Insisted women's judgment, or mm becomes poorer with age. Read Courier News unnt nds Ml the Trigger on Lazy Bowels, and Also Pepsin-ize Stomach! When conilip.ilion briiif j on ncid Indi- ficnlion, bloating. diiaysiH'lls. Riis. coaled tcmcue, sonr Inslc, am) h;i<l |)rc.'itli, your stomach is pinkilih- loaded up with cer- (ainuml<8cstMlfmhrid your Ixnvc lit don't move. So yon need bolb Pepsin l<» Jiclii break up fast Hint, idi undigested (rxxl In yollrstoimiclr,:.™! Laxative Senna to \nlll the trigger on ilu,.;i> | ;uy bntvcls So be sure your laxative nlso contains IVpsin. I akc Di. CnkJnrll'tt, bccmsi' ils Syrup Pepsin licl|>s yon jjain [|«it won- 5lcrfulstonuichctiiiirorl,wliilcllitl.;uatlvc hernia moves your bowels. Teats prove the ixnvcr of IVpsin lodissolvc those lumps of undigested protein fwxl ivliicli may linger Jioail courier News \vnnt i»\f Tltal Loosen FALSE TEETH Need Not KmlwrniKS Mnny wearers of false leclh hnve ilk'ird real cmbiirmssmcnL l>c- i'rtiise (hell 1 plate dropped. sliuptM or TOiUljled ill Die VVKIHB time, not live In teal' of Mils Impjien. (o you, Just .sprinkle a little I'ASTKETH, (],(. alkRllnr (noll- nrld) ixni'dcr, on your plates, Iloldn tnlse iccth more firmly, so llioy' fool more comforlnble,' ixies not sour, checks "plate odor" ulenliuv Ijrralh). CM t'AHTKKVH at any druc store. Adv. 2. BUY STJUIDJUtO TIKES di2!rcs3. At the Mine lime this medicine \raKcsuplazyncrvcsnndmnsclcsinyoiif bowels to relieve your amstipatioii. So jcu liuw much biittur yon fed l>y taking the laxative Hint also puts Pepsin to work on llrat stomach discomfort, loo. Even finicky children love lo tasle this pleasant, familyjaxallve. |}ny Dr. CMclwcll's i.^x- iilivc- Senna with Syrup PcjKii] at yuVr 1 >OTIIEK SIZES • • , rROPORTlONATELT LOW// At Today's LOW PRICES! As r||c 1'cr Week Low As UV On Our BUDGET PLAN PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. 5tb Walnut Flume 810 POTATOES, U. S. Ho. 1 Selected Bed IQIhs. 22c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, Garth£ 47 Oz. Can ETT£ SOAP Lifebuoy For Hands or Bath 2 for 12c MATCHES, Searchlight, None As Good .1. 6 Boxes 19c MILRJPet, 3 Large 21c; 6 Small . 21c mo,, S ' S ° Good ' No - 303 Can ' °P« n ™4 Serve 2 for 15c PINEAPPLE JUICE, Libby'j No. 2 Can Ea 12c SOAP, P. & G. Giant, White Bars ................ 3 {„ llc DOG FOOD, Pard Kor your dog or cut, Cane •'! Cans for PEACHES, Argo in Syrup, No. 2] Can CHERRIES, Red, Pitted, Sour, No. 2 Can ROYAL GELATIN, Your Choice of Flavors, Ea. 13Jc .... Ea. llc Pkg. 5c COFFEE, Canova Regular or Drip . . 1lb.tin25c KRAUT, Bungalow, Standard No. 2 Can CORN, Pride of Illinois, Full No. 2 Can TOMATOES, Standard No. 2 Can FLOUR, Shibley's Best 2 Cans 15c 2 Cans 19c 2 Cans I5c ('Jain or Solf Rising, •)« 11). sack ....$1.52 ^•l U) .sack 78c HOT TAMALES, Wilson's Certified, 1 Lb. Can . Ea 14c t ASnL^ 0 T 0 ' Pure Cane ' '" Cioth B 'S S '• 10 Lbs! 57c 5>AKD1NEJ>, American in Oil, No. ^ Flat 2 Cans 9c PEAS, May Day, Petit Pois, Garden Fresh, No. 2 Can . '' Ea. 12c Br^Pasteurized Grade A Milk for Your Health PICKLES, Green Beauty, Sour or Dill, .... Q uarl 14 C ?r3A a c d ,So a , Pefruit Ju ' Ce ' Fernde11 ' ^ len(lcd ' S »g ar Added IQt. 14 oz. 24c VIENNA SAUSAGE, I Oc Value for • fie STRAWBERRIES. Fresh From Louisiana BEEF ROUST, Armour's Star LARD, Loose, Pure Lb. Sc SPARE RIBS ... Lb. lie OLEO, Dixie 19 C ; Gem Lb, 12c BEEF BRISKET Lb 15c HAMBURGER MEAT "... i.b. 15c pound 23c PORK ROAST, Shoulder Lh. 12k BUTTER. Best Grade Lb. 32c VEAL ROAST Shoulder ... . Lb. 18c SALT MEAT, Beil Grade Lb. IOc SOUSAGE Mixed Lb. 5c We Deliver S. Division Street I'hnnc I SI C. L. NAEER GROCERY ^ MARKET PAGE f*IVB, SAVE lfi(J7 .1. C. Vvunvy Co. Moreii iirc cclebrntlnir their .'Wth uimiversiiry l»y offering lo onr etiKtoinm thf «r»ntl- est unHcmlilftKo of bargains ever seen In a retail Hlore. InwKlno what buyiu« \wwtr such a liemendouH or- Kimiwillon can enjoy lit any time, We want von lo enjoy It with us! In SporUwrar »K \V«1I— r* l*wl, OUitn Follow! MKN'S SPORT COATS 190 9 9 . 1 Colorful now weaves, htuidsomo new sporl.1 models—they're Imlls- |iensi\We to well-dressed men nl IhlK Incredibly low price. Heincm- hcr. this jnukct plus n new |>a(r of stacks c(|iinl.i a new sports oiil- llt—yet you imy far less Ihnn (or an ordinary suit! SPORT SLACKS All wool Btilinrdlucsl They d r a p e iwrlectly — renlly hold a prcsfil Alisohilcly lops In stylcl Woolen anil Spun Itnyon Oabardlno ahicksi Only Ilib type of fabric offers the demanded lustrous, lilali cnlorlnft. S))iui Ilayons—last year's most papular frthrlc. Cool- IIPSS wllhout sacrlilchii! 3 9 J 98 98 Moil's SPORT SETS. Kiiiiivo il out for yoviv- Hclf—» complete outlit for I,KSS limn an ordinary puiv of slncka nlonu! And knoplf- otils in .(li 1 98 Hoy's SPORT SOTS. Smifori/.ctl hoiwncks give liiiii COBIKOU'I 1 —.vol., li, (lioy iicUmlly tli'CHs him up! Mt't\'H DHKHS SIIIUTS. Hero's 'oxlnt n:tv- intf.s in l)olh (|tiality ;tml .styleI 1 - ing ])crcnlc.s In vnt prints—i.heno n'ch colors will not fade. T'tihctl collars! Hoy's KHAKI I'ANTS. Sanforized slii'imk! Viil Dyed! If you're iicctistonicd to pstyins,' from 08c to ?l,2[> for buys' pants, you nuwt sec these! Compare! 63' TKA Al'UO'NS. A Couture jlavmilti! You'll want. 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If yon'n. accustomed to paying from Oc lo IOc yd. for. muslin, you will be amazed at this quality so low priced! Women's RAYON UNDIES 7c Now novelties as well as plain ruyon, If you're nccustomed to liaylnf up to 20c, you must sco these! Women's Close-out Dress Slippers 1.44 One jrhuir of ALt; l>iiiii|is and (tes clrnslicaiiy reduced for liimicdintc clearance. Hurry, hurry! 80-SQUARK MUSLIN Tic Yd. •10 Indies wide! Once again we Hirer you Ihis extra-strong grade lit BARGAIN 'PRICE! ,COM- I'AKEI iMcrceri/.cd Slub-Broadcloth lie If you're iiccuslombd to paying from iOc to 25c yd. for It, compare our special price to others' sale price! TOTS' Sheer Dresses 22c notniU/iilly tailored! Floral & iclfd patterns! Sizes up to G'. ; ! Dmi'l ask «'!ial the regular price was — vrc don't, know — they're special !)iiys! Colfon Crinkle BedSpreads S5c Sl'ECIAL! Sc.imles>! Slzo ?dxt05 Ir.clws! COMPARE anywhere— we Invite it!

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