The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 14, 1936 · Page 2
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'-'fAGfc TWO BLYTUBViLLE,-' (ARK.) COURIER' NEWS i THURSDAY, MAY M, 1930?. f Sudbiuy- Students := Will Give Stale's £ Spanish Period '•Sudbmy school sludenls v,iH riSscnl the first episode ot (lie Ar- lisnsas Ccnttiuilnl pageant lo bo held nt Haley field the night of ' May 21. This episode, one of five comprising the pagynt, will cover Ihe prtlod of Ihe fapankh exploration of" ArknnEits Smm 1541 to 1J500. • Miss Martha 'Ann Lynch;- a high School student, will represent tlic 'Spirit of Arkansas," but nil oilier parts Iti" Oie first episode will he itvken by Sudbury pupils, who will tfcai- costumes bf tAt' period. The following will play the roles: Hcr- itjds, Indians, .Old Chief, Elliott Sawin; Young Chief, Hnrvey Lynn 1 Morris; Medicine Man, Bill Morse; Runners, Koss' Hughes nnd Jos- (fi McCiuic. Wairlois, Jimmy Al- Jmi, Rajniond Sv,ea(t, Billy Sinuck,' rfclllip Heed,- Keimclh .Ruble, Or- yjVlc Elkins, -Elmo Rlchnnts, Billy Cross; Squaw's, Slyvln HclrJmnn, Elizabeth , Davis. Evelyn Sh1bley ; tjcraldlnc Giship, Emma Lee liar- Rer, Qene Baslcr,. Grace Leatherwood, Dorothy Holt-, Dutclu Smith gprls Muliv Slilrlcy Rogers, Nnnc> aiiiglies; DeSolo, Herman cross Jjosey; ' 1'ricst, Ocralcl lloone, •Spaniards, 1 Roland Davis, George jguir, H M Nichols, Herihcll lic- ehares,• Virgil' Pate, Gene ' Fields, •Johnny White, E. L. Crouch, Fxl- ^jyard McGregor, Ray Brown, Randall Hawks, Cirndy Flanntgnn, •Jinncs Best, Samuel Glascock, fflvd McGregor, J. D. Hutclterson, lUovcl x'Mies, prln Goff, J. B, •Slal)bs, WiUcr " Sprite!,, Ruth Ulni, JJo Evelyn Dlsengcr,- Belly I?ob- !ers, Mary Lou Lovelace, Amelia Brother and Sister Lxuul Class WaleA- The Duke of -Wellington,] was the Ihel : lo»uml fox '.there. Hcd, coats,- green collaiis, yellow waistcoats and .' white- breeches with • lumcd-top ' htmt- Ing boots, are the regulation costume for hunters. • Most of the hunting lakes plnce over a tract of country, 30 'miles in length, along the valley' of 'the! Gave etc I'iiu, a fast flowing Hver In southern France, Tills region is rich In natural obstacles, • mid the Pint hunting entails nnreli Jumping. It - Is said -• locally. - that out of every UO minutes of uie hunting, -Is nilmilcs .'arc 'spent In the air. Jlargarrl Amlere llffl), raleillclorlan, anil her brallicr, \\M<r Amlrr saliitalorl:in of l.iixora high sclitci's 1936 gni(lii:ill"K class. Courier News Clniulflccl Ads Piiy. Pile Suffering Ended at Last To iUoiiaandi of Biirfrrrrs from Iho ji nt i'ltcn, 'J'Jiornion & Minor J'llo Glntm hi.H bKiufcht ,H"ltk rclltf. , Tlil» ITJv l-'nrimjta 1'remiiillrm !>:IH been ilcvoIoiicU "liroutfli tC y>;ar«' txiiorlf IH-O nl tliu wo-rlO!* iMcal RTII! larm-Kl n-niil limtltuHon, Unli rccrnUy livtillctttlo tnv linuio uao. 'fry. 11 ii.ickaKc on it Moiiey'Uatlt uuaranttc, For uato H( . . • • ' --.;'••. Robinson Drug Co. linvlng n sIMor .brother iw valedictorian find tatorlan, Uie class inclntlos in It Hill.), ^.^ -^^iVtl.VVUI >< l !l W» , i.lv^ , Ski LU( lull, lliU OJll.m IHLI.IIH .1 >'. <. l,uxoia hlgli school gradunt- j mcnibershlp three: inciubers of on LUXORA, Ark.—Mnrgnrct Alid- cre. (Inuiililcr '•<>!• Mr.'and Mrs. F. O. Anders, Is vniedlclorlnn of;thc 1530 Inn 'flnss,. Ihc largeiil class- ln> Uio j family. 'Hicy lilsloiy of Ihe .school. IUT four-1 PiOil licvlcro, Iwlns yrar, schnlnstlc , iivonific Is 01. Her brollicr,- Bob. brollicr, Waller Amlcrs.. Is snluta- The linccaluiircnli! srnnon toi Icrhin. . ' ';'• . | ' ilie cln.w will bo delivered by Uu 1 Miss Anders wnx'.selected asHlwijHcv. J. T. • Rmutlo lit 11 o'clock prcUlcst nnd mast ntlnicllvc girl i Sinuliiy momliig In Ihc school In Iho scliobl 'tills yeiir.' • ; ] Audit or! mil. •'• T . Pauline »n . mid Ihc KEROSENE 7c IN JiAUKItt; LOTS Joan Wllltrims, nobcrta •Flonnnn, Bcniice Adnins. '^Thc flrsl episode will be v>re- .fCiitcd nuclei tlic dlixcUon of Mrs. 1 Jesse Taylor us clinlrmftn nnd 'midcr tlio sponslirshlp of the lousiness nnd Professional Wo- imen's club. Cooler Grade School Exercises Arc Held •Steele Eighth Graders Receive Their Diplomas ;/ N STiSELE, Mo. '— Conimenccnicnl j exercises foi the clght'n giadc clnss- Js of the schools .of Ihe-Steele- dis- ^tricHnchrdliig Stecle, . Gibson, Mn- plcvvood, Mlcola, New Survey, pah- .'tt'n and Cain, were held In the high "school auditorium lust: night: Sup- ^crintendenl Harold S. Jones of Ca- rul'nersvillc delivered the address: ; The following received diplomas: '_jSadie Chipinnn, Oiline Miller, Cal- .lic Mae Duffcy, Mary Thehna Bcr- '•Yiard, Lillian Flood, Iloyt Hester, "Melba Norllicut Aaron \villlams l ;jbdls Williamson, Wesley Talc. L2- tVern Still, Janlcs E Bailcj, Mary vE. Graham, Nadine Haggard, Lo- Jiec Hughes, Rachell Mclliil/'inuiTi •jirJiompson, ; Helen .carver, ;,olini' .-Johnson, iJllian Kitchen, Austin Jjfcfrer, Eisid pierce;' Howard Plercb, j*Sarart Milligan, Howard DePrbsi ;TJr., Frances Elliott, Vcrnlce How- j;4rd, Albert Turnbough, Clara Nell jtrUlen, Loiffc Mack Baine, che.ster IjBarnes, Helen callehs, Mittlc Craw- i^ord, Geraldine Davis, UldiiiD.Dodd, •fMarj- Helen Guard, Jladjlc Gibson, ifHoward Graham, Reginald Harper, iifred L. Kellej* Pat Kcll'ey, Ralph vKelchum, .Svillis Lipscomb, Mni> ^'jone Loielacc, Jiincs Manning, jifardie Mae Minnny Niiojna ' Marsh, veKia Mae Mathenia, aiad- J7S Moad, Addle Mae- Patterson, Lc- roy pierce, Willard Pritchard, Wil• •nia- Puckctt,.- Warren Wallace, Ad- ;fdie Byrd Wilson, Royal Weaver. Jitelba Wells J C Williams Redall .Svilliams, Stewart. weinglicld, Imo••gene Woodard and Alice Wool; bright COOTEtt, Mo.-Bli;htli grade •omuicnccinenl exercises lor schools hi the Cooler cbtisolidiitiiil district were hold last nlshl. llov. W. L. Meyer delivered tliu nildress nncl Uie;dl|)louuis \vcrc prcseuttl by Dr. Ij. E, Cooper. Those \\'iw leculved diplomas are: Cooler—Wnncla BactBer, June Brown, Mitchell Cnssiily, Peggie Cooper, Mnrjorle" Ectwnrds, Jauies Franlcr, Flora , Miuy Evelyn American Holds 25-Year • Record. As Hunt Master MARTIN OIL CO, Stc'clc, i\lo. . •'•. 1: 2't Hour Service . >, Glenn, - Revii McCaiin,, Naillue ,Mc- .Olue,,Uoroll]y-Oiikl(;y,\Xliaron .Oz- nienl, Mary Pounds, Aiiiia I'.iy Rld- dlck, Eiirucstliie 'I'liomi)son, Glenn .Vnughn; Crackclt—,!:•; o. l p or|ii!s; Lake Fiinn—Lucille'. .Diiuii.: Dova Dora.jurbos; Number-IJIglit-Uor-i fmHi, "who'\vS 'then' l°rliicc of othy Bonils, Marthu'.Jcllrlcs, T. L. I '. Lcggtlt, Eiinunc .Q'Kmic, and -.\Vi\u.r' dft Riitledge; TyVr—Hetini Holl Vitznmurlcc, Voni M;i;t;ilinc WMt.. PAU, France (UP) — Frederick II. iVince (if Hoston has completed his 2Mh ycu'r as mnstcr ol. foxliminds nt I'iMi. He Is consider-1 cd one of Uie best In Hie lviidc[ hi Fnincc. j He \viifi niiniptl uin.slci' In 19101 nnd Ills Icnn ol service Im Inslcrt! longer llinii Dial or (lie 27 luml.s- incn \vlio lircceded him us inasler nl Uie Puu' Hunt, which wits (niiiuled In 1842. Only Ivvo Frenchmen Imvei been' prc.sidenls. since thai time, Ihe other.'; were cHlicr ITn^lisU or Auierlciins. Miniy well, known iiersoniUlllcs have nllendcd lhe.sc liuntii, In- eliirtliis Eiiwiml VII, Khif'of Eng- i During Ihe lust 12 years. London's bbroug'n paimlntion haii d\vin- ;2'My Skin Was Full of •^ Pimples and Blemishes' '%Says Vcrna .Schlcpp: "Since us 'Ing Adlcrika the pitnplcs are gone ,j!y skin U jmoolh and glows wjtl iheallh." Adlerika wnsh&s BOTl •fcowcls, rids j-ou ol poisons tha I cause a bad complexion. Kirl) ,Bros. Drug Co. —Adv. T4 llcd, Behvecn 1921 mid 1033, Ihc - lo 186,923 • pso- ' •EVEKV Kmlnk flnlsliiivj-- any size B>: roll, fiulslicd complcle, 38c, Post- tiinl lihologniplis, 2 for 2iiu.;ar I$t liqr tamp:.. C for ilfic[ '' " -. . , , Wylie Picture Shop ''"• Aci ; oss Pf(iiri"n6xy" i; 'rlicatfc^'* RITE PRICE GROCERY SPECIAL IHTIC PRICKS DAILY - - lilOST MARKET IN TOWN 111 K. Main III Old I 1 . O. Bills.; 1'hoiie 2^1 \Vc W- 'Mcil. -Si/e. i''lii. Seti'Hcss ICC •I for lt>- NEW POTATOES, Fancy. 10 l;hs. CANOVA COl'TliK, 1,1). .Jar I'aiu-v Heads. /t C Hach'i MATCH US, Scsireh- Cnrion 'STRAWBERRIES Fariey. I.Ocal Large Fresh Himkist Dozen Choc. Cov. Cherries, 1.I1C Urach's U. Anne. Lb. U SPECIALS Friday-SalurdajNSiinday ORANGE SHEItHET l.AYEK CAKK (Made from Frcsli Oranga .lulce) ]9c IvADY FINGERS (Delicious Shortcake) do /,. 6c FRUIT DROPS cloz. J2c .FRIJIT FILLKI) UUTTERFLY HUNS eacli 2c FILLED (Pineapple or Raspbcrr.v) • doz. 38c , .Srcci.it AUcllliori Given All iSr.ecial Orders BLYTffiVILLE . BARING CO. Phonq 110 .H. Fresh 1JTC 2-L1). 15ox U FLOUR, Good Kile 20 Lbs. SOAP. Yellow, TNTxOP S liars . LO SHORTENING whi bile [{ihlion '1-1,b. Carton - -I7e S-l,b. Ou-lon - 92c Canova Oran'fje I'choc. Glass Free: ... . .W,.. Mi. . COFI-'Kii. Kile 1'rice Vacuum I'acN. 1,1). PUltE SO U)s. l.AKO, Nel $6,25 TOMA'l'OKS, No. 'i (.'an. for .lewcl Khorlening IS Lhs. Net 15,75 Ill.Alirs CICRTII'IEI), 21-11). suck .. .$1 Hi,AIR'S JVTAI'I.IO 'MOAK 2-Mb, suck 05c Gi)ld i\Icilal or Omega 20-1,1). Suck CHOCOLATE DROPS. I'AlS'CY IfACON, Sliced. 1,1). OATS, Nu Speedy l!tix ItEEl'KO Chuck or MSTS, II. K.I fT< r Rib. Lb. lt>' SHOULDER s ' c: "" w M - Swifl ' s X -25-- Swift's I'mn. Loin or Round Lb. BETTER < THAH EVER. ..j''- . i The Goodyear Margin of Safety—greater grip to stop and start your car. Thick, Husky Cen- tcr-TractionTrcnd — tough, deep-cut rubber for long non-skid . mileage. Blowout Protected— patented Superhvist Cord in EVERY ply. /fit vi to shout yon thii letcdtr*-, ful Gwdjrar in your sitt, G( Pathfinder Our fat bargain for lean purses Scelhis value unbealahlc thai we give you because Goodycnr dealers sell Ihe most (ires by millions. A high-grade (ire so superior that its sales exceed 22,000,000. Buy loduy! SOt!!' MEAT, F;mey. Fresh. Si'ARli KIHS, Lb. VEAL STUAKS, 01- Cutlets. POT ROASTS, I'aney, Tender. Lb. PORK SAUSAGI-:, Lb. IT 1 , 1'0«K STKAKS, Fancv. "? AT-T MPAT Frcsh '"on.iNR. i.b 11 '/ic .MLI MM I FANCY SIDE, l.h Wi* BULK LARD NING UHE. Mi. !2'/ 2 e ill.vthpvillo, Ark. LIBERTY CASH GROCERS 314 West Main Street, Blythcville, Ark. SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY AND'SATURDAY ••'•.-' : , - .+ E! HI ID sliiblc ^ Rest - 5 L| » c '° th Bi »g Su g ai 07 A I LU U It 11; H<: With Each 24 Lb. Sack (No Limit) Oft Fresh. Home Grown *>JL«* Pound O2 C Heads Kacb CARROTS Fresh IJiinch 3ic ^ MEAT J.ibby's ,Can ASPARAGUS BEETS Home Crown Hunch 3c CELERY Jimifio Stalk ICc Kresh' Hun eh 4c TOMATOES I'resh I'ound 15c BELLPEPPIRS Fresh ['oirnd 12ic S rp CHUCK, I'ountl 15c 1 THICK IUH, I'ound 20c SPARE RIBS Mcalv BEEF BRAINS Frtsh. Pound 15c BACN KnslishSlylc - ^'.-S" 32 c UL luW Fll |V^ IILilw Full DreKseil PrtRK PHfiPV CKNTKH'CUTS, 1-1) 1 U : aiV LnUr o END CUTS, i,h " "Snow White Compounil l»o»nd 2 C NECK BONES. I'nund Round or Loiri- I'nunil 25c GREEN BEANS Fresh Tender Ib. 5c CRACKERS Lyk-Me •iJ •2-lJj. I!ox 15c SQUASH : . ,'Yellow: Or While' 4c PINEAPPLE l imn T^ ftxils Green.' FiJie : fuf *% -%. , Slaw. Poiinrf <fc V. 1 ftp iVV Pov- table'' Use. 3 for. NEW POTATOES '"-^tir ; 3c POST TOASTIES I5c GRAPEFRUIT '?'«" Sfa S tels Sc ['ound 25c ... S-Ll). Carloh Lemons 12c TOMATOES Standard No. 2 Can APPLES Pound lOc Luxiannc Lb. Can CLEANSER Old Hutch ;) Cans c*ni 111% nnroc^ SALAD DRESS Sterling Full Quart 21c SOAP ^"" whi ' e - ^fe 2Sc CUCUMBERS Fresh, Crisp ^ 1 . Pound t-2 BUTTE Process I'ound Silver Bell 1'onnd 15c MEAL ri 43c MEAT LOAF Dixie Style. Can Sc .SUR'M Package 12ic CALUMET HAKING r( lfS:« 2.1 c Maxwell House Coffee "Good To The Las/. Drop"-' Poand 27c MEAL Gold Medal 5-LI). Hag 21c BEANS Great Norlhcin I'otind 5c SYRUP Steamboat Gallon 43c POTTED MEAT Standard .-•' 2 Cans Peaches 15c 12c iiNUTE TAPIOCA I'ackase I2c COCONUT Milk Pack Can TEA Lip I oil's Orange Pekoe . VI Lb. Can 19c

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