The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 24, 1938 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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_JBUTHEVlI,LE (ARK.) COURIER NR\VS T.uxpra Society — Persona] Wants City Spick and Span Fov Municipal Officials Tho committeo, recently appointed hy UK. Ulylhcville Garden club to sii|i«rvLse the planing up of Ihe business section, is making an clfort (o have this work completed Ill-fore Tuesday, when (tie regional mming of the Arkansas Municipal l-i-agno will be held hen. Mayors and ,)l!, fr otlkliils i,i iMUt's and towns of Crfliglicad • PC, nseit ami .Mississippi cotmtv will attend t!ie meeting and the I commute is especially ca^r that Ihty dike home with them a remembrance of Blythcvllle us n I dKin t^wn. | A committee of R. p. Kirshner.: Kodn«v L. Banister, Ixi.v Wclcli-1 and 1 . Hurry W. Haines Ls lo eall oti .•ill business houses to a.sk the op- • '•ruiors to positively have nil trnsh ' in containers by Monday, j Mayor trfarion Wllliains, when, interviewed today, said that thr; city enjiinetring department would supervise the work of removing nil i trash out of alleys in [|, e down j town .sections Monday night, and that the streets would he cleaned i nrly Tuesday morning. Places of business, which hnve grounds around them, arc especially urged to clean them by Monday. 'Hie street cans, recently purchased for use on (he streets, are expected to arrive any day and will be In use by Tuesday. This special drive will be followed by the clean-up campaign for jfVt\s entire city, which win be launched within a short time. Approves Louis-Thomas Bout At Chicago April 1 CHICAGO, Feb. 24. (UP)-Chairman Joe Trincr of the Illinois boxing commission today approved a 15-rotind heavyweight championship bout between Joe Louis and Harry Hipmas at the Chicago stndhmi April 1. At the Hospitals Dale Gordon, age three months was admitted to the Blythevlllc hospital yesterday for treatment Roy^Howell. Manila Route One underwent a major operation a!. the Blytlieville hospital today. Mrst-Johnnie Garrett, of Carutli- ersville, ii..aipa.Uent.al. .the S 1 , Joseph's ho.splt.ai, Mempliis Dr. and Mrs. T. P. Hudson entertained \villi a bridge dlniiej' puily of .six lables Tuesday evening in their home on Calhoun. Tile Ocorgf Washington motif was cnrrled out In (lie place cards where llic guests were seated nl llii> bridge tables and repented In the tally cards' for the bridge Barnes. The two h'tgh "score 'pi-l/.es wore: lo .Mrs. K. C, Bryan/ book ciuh in Hie Gi-or'se - and 'Mwtta Washington desinn. and joe Hires, in 'Ilary brushes. Uririge (jiif.sts mm: Mr. aim Mrs. Ssini Bowen, Mr, and Mrs. T, u. Wilklns, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown! Mr. and Mrs. Otorge Crarfdock! Mr. and Mrs.H. L. llouck. Mr. anil Mrs. Charlie Miiflin, Mr. and Mrs Ji.wnie Sluch, Mr. and Mrs, R. c. I aiiK.slon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hires Mrs. R. W. Nichols, Miss Carrie M.ic Hires, Bob Gilliespie, and Mr. ai.:l Mrs. H. c. Bryan, of Osceola. Mrs. Lester Spiel, or Tyron/a cnterlBinttl at her home on 'i'ues- day afternoon for a group or !x-r Lixora and O.stec-lu friends. Before the bridge tames, Mrs. Spiel op-.neil her lovely new jjome to her guests that they mi s ht see and enjoy the many novel features of I!:i! home and the '.setting of each rcom. Tea guests were Mrs. Abe Uverant. of Luxora, und Mrs. W. L. Wlltonghby, of Tyronza. Bridge s-uests were the Misses Nichols, Mra. Rose Goldberg, Mrs. (.. K. Honvnrg, mid Mrs. 'E. M. Jaile. of Osceola; Luxora guests were: Mrs. Jesse Brown. Mrs Sum Bowen, Mrs. William Elins Mrs Charlie Miiflin, Mrs. Charlie Bi)- lingsley, Mrs. Joe Hires, Mrs. Rl- 'iott, Williams, Mrs. Lena Oillispie Mrs. C. B, Wooil, and Miss Maria ret MaffiU. and Mrs. Robert Gterdts, or West Memphis. Mrs. William Elias held high •core and was given a chromium :tehed teapot, and Mrs. Sam Bowen was given a chromium triple .•ing candle holder for cut prize. While the guests were served a salad plnie, individual cakes, and coiree, Mrs. Spiel rendered several songs to the delight of all present. Sirs. Spiel is a former student, of the lute Madame Schumnne Hlenk. ; nd has spent much time in New i'ork City in musical circles. Fred Corkran, who Is now making Blythevillc lit. home, spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. anit Mrs. Charles Corkran. On account or the continued illness .of- the Hev. L. P. Flemming, the Kev. Whitelcy, Mississippi County ./Baptist -missionary, filled ll:e pulpit at the Baptist church nt the morning ntut evening horns of worship. i E. a. ikignn, Mrs. Curl Umlleet, Mrs. c. o. Dancliowcr, Miss Mur' nurel Rlclmrd, find Mr. mid Mrs. S. J. Smith wore Memphis visitors . Mor.dny and Tuesday. I Miss Maggie Sue fienmilng, or i West Memphis, and Miss Prances | Hemming, of Memphis, spent Sun- I di;y with their parents, the Rev. ;u;c! Mrs. L, P. Plemmlng, I Among the out of lowu people v.'Jio were here Saltirday for the | funeral o! Barren Butler. Smllii were: Mr. and Mrs. N. I,. Gonyou, Mrs. Charlie Tlinbsf, Mrs, Emma TlmUs, of Memphis, Mr. (Uid Mrs Husspll Sullivan of ' Ai'keimun, Miss., Mrs, Joe Morgan und I, K' [ UatJicoek, of Wilson. i Miss Carrie Mae Hires and Itob ; Oillispie, Miss Julia Craig and I). ! U. Ulackwood, or Osceolu, utcoin- t punied Mrs. Vny Mcllnney to her I liomc in I'aragouhi Sunday ana I ivere n\e. McHaneys' giiesm unlil . Monday afiemoon. I Miss llMlh liiilloch. coimnerclal jt*uchi-r in the Luxora .school, 1ms ' been (jiilte 1)1 since Sunday. Miss Uullocl) Is «t the home or Mr. ami • Mi's, J. Ivan Milllin Farmers Kehtse llonus IIECMNA. Sask. lUHl-'i'svo Sas- kiilrlietvan Mcimonltc fanners re- cenlly turned down government, farm employment bonus checks bMMiise (hey believed It would involve them In compulsory service In the event of war, When Kidneys Act Wrong-Be Sensible Too Dangerous To Neglect or Trouble Wlien symptoms show that your kidneys and bladder aren'( nctlnj; right, Ihe clmnccs arc that all you need is a real kidney stimulant and diuretic. Most driijjgi.sls lo recommend RAMON'S BROW- NIK PILLS lor the Kidneys. They linow Uicy lire effective. Get a 35 cent package at ,iny drug store today and take, the.n n.s directed, you n'lll be supremely, satisfied'with results. Thousands' put their faith In Ramon's Urow-| nle 1'lll.s for the- kidneys. Ramon'.? you or money back. PAOR THRIW Demonstration Club News Notes Miss Corn Lee C'olcimui, County home demonstration agent, and D. S. Lnnlrlp, county agricultural agent, .spotce lo members of (ho Dogwood Home Demonstration club Tuesday night when they met at (lie home of Mr. and Mrs. W, S. Langdon for an oullook meeting mid a candy pulling. Miss Colcinan lalkcrt on gardening and poultry, eniphnslzing (lie benefits to be derived from a- better strain or poultry. Mr. Lnntrlp gave n talk on Die future outlook for agriculture and livestock. Following , the meeting, the 24 members ployed old fashioned games and ; "pulled" the candy ma<te by Mr. Lnngdon. REDUGE^SAFELY Says Noted' Authority . Go to KIrby Bros., and get a box of Roc It-A-Water Tablets: Reduce 10 pounds. In 11 days.-.Thirty-day treatment only »2.00, and guaranteed to make you lose; fat without dieting. . —Adv. GLENCQE BARBER SHOP E»rl E.' Parker, Prop. GLencoe Hotel bide. Hand or Electric ' Muilcu'rbijr' BAKERY SPECIALS Suniliiy All Day Cherry Nut Layer Cakes, each ..... Home Dressed Heady for the Oven. Ib, Pure Country Pound . Sliced, Lb. Kwick Krisp, Lb Black Hawk Rineless, Lb. Pineapple Rolls Dozen Hlack Walmil Oatmeal Conkics l)n/,en Pruit eacli 19 Let us. make yotir pnrt> cakes. We .specialize in Special Orders BLYTHEVILLE BAKING CO. Phone 110 Ground Beef PORK LOIN Choice (X'nlcr, 1,1) IvNH CUTS, CHOI'S OH KOAST, l.h. ... Lb. 23c flPPLES Snow While Heads, S », 15< : TOMATOES fjfjffffUlff^^fg^^-j^^^^ uyyt™s*i ... r io' SPP8 FQ Wincsnp |OJi: MrrLfcj Mt .,| Sj/l , ])()/ ji2 f OHE SAVED MONEY ON HER FOOD BILL LAST MONTH WITH 'cal KUMQUATS, COLLARDS ^S",,,.,, SPINACH c,!;tr uM : LETTUCF Hr ™ Hl "* v tl. I I UVC Moil, sivn V~t t*i^ - f* 288 Florida ORANGES Doz. 12Jc Kxlni Swcrt-Kxlrii Juicy CARROTS .,,!S.V,:5 l Our Own Untnd (itliiriintoed Crackers Corn Cherries can 9c 2for25c Salad Dressing H2c Peaches -Hl» 33c Flour "!S24-lb. bag 72c She saved because she selected the best food bargains and kept them safe and wholesome in her electric refrigerator until they were used. To buy a quantity of specials each week is thriftiness. To throw out foods that are spoiled is extravagance. Be thrifty and enjoy the convenience of Electric Refrigeration. Use it the year around. Can Your Dealer For a Free Demonstration ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CORP. See. Your Local Appliance Dealer CtOARK'ITKS lirands, •> for SABDIHES '5 1 .!' 25 GLOVES PEANUT HCTTER ( i; - )C J.lfiHTHOU.SK _CJ-KANSKH. ;!' for 10 1C (,'hoc. Covered tO I C (•.HEHR1KS, I >.)>. l!o x . . I L 2 C. C. WHBAT I'UFFS T. Oz. (iox 1C DOG FOOD Docan HARDAWAV APPLIANCE CO. Norge 'Rollator' Refrigerator HUBBARD FURNITURE CO. General Electric Refrigerators CITY ELECTRIC CO. Hot Point Refrigerators BEANS 0. N'lhcrn II) I'/^r B-'ifjy Lima, Hi. <ic Red Kidncv, If). cSc I'inlo, lb. ". lie Full Head RICE Lb. 3Jc Maraschino CHERRIES « Oz. Bottle 2 for 15c 5 Oz. Hotllc lOe Morgan's No. 2 Tall Can .. MAKSHMALLOWS 1 r.h. ltn K Country Club PANCAKE FLOUR. 20 o?.. Itox, :i f nr Apple Sauce HHB^MHMMM Grape Juice Pickles Pork & Beans ••••BOMB Tissue mmammmam Corn Flakes Country Chili No. 2 Cans, 2 For Rocky Kivcr QL 27c 1'int ••••American, Sour or Dill, Quart Jars. Each CInb, No. 2 Tall 15c 15c 14c (Scot), 2 for 15c) Waldorf 25c 4 for 17c •••• 6!c Country Club 13 Oz Box J 8 Oz. Box P. and G. SOAP 3 Bars lie Chum SALMON No. I' Tall Cans 2 for 23c COFFEE Spotlight, lb. IKc Spollight 3 U«. 5*c French, )b 21c

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