The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 26, 1930 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 26, 1930
Page 7
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMREK 2G, 1030 BLYTUKVILLE, (ARK.) COUIUER NEWS CLASSIFIED ADS Two cents i> word for first Ii:;:crtlon aim one cent a word for each subsequent Insertion. No advertisement taken for less than sic. ' Oc'.mt Hie words and send the cash. I'honc SOU Pajamas In Vagabond Mood PAGE SEVEN FOR SALE FOn SALE—Late 1920 Dumit 4. door Sedan, motor fine, good lirrs, iully equipped. Worth $350. Will take half price. Terms, too. Only $115. Call Cecil Deen at 176 or 811. Dcc-n at 116 or Oil. All In a vagabond mogti arc these gay pajamas of Ivlsli linen, ready to go to Bermuda, Palm P.iach. or to stay Ir me mid dicer. The flaring trousers tire of a deep orange, with a stripe around the tottcm or maize, white and brown. T\:a tuck- in blctU'3 with (Is modish short sleeves Is r-f white linen with tf'.o gay stripes of the orange of the trousers, plus tlv; nin'.ze and brown. And to top It all there Is a llttb Eporti beret of the white linen, with the top striped in orange, >25C-K20! brown and maize. 25C-K29 FOR SALK—Barred Rock chick- cr:. Mrs. E. n. Alley, Z'.i miles north • of BaiTield. 24P-K2 FOR SALE or TRADE—2 teams and farm tools. Mrs. E. R. Alley, 2',-j miles north of Barficld. 24P-K2 FOR SALE—Cnfc, 407 W. Ash St.. best, pat IKE proposition in Bly. thcvlllc for Email investment, half Cash, Balance on Terms, must have quick action. Owner colng to Texas. 24P-K12-2 FOR S.1LE or TRADE—Lair- 192D . Ford I 1 ,'. Ton Truck with r,trclj closed cab, Ford Stake Body, 1930 License. In A-l condition. Just (lie truck for all kinds of hauling. Only $395. Call me today at 811. R. G. Cash. 25C-K29 FOR RENT . FOR RENT—Furnished bed room for gentleman or couple.. Adjoining bath. 119 South Lake St. 22p-kl FOR RENT—Furnished apartment, I garage. 305 Dougan. 14p-k28 ' FOB RENT—Hooms. One month rent fr:e. 914 Hearn. 13P-K2T FOR RENT—Fnrnfshcd apartment, | c!ose in. Jimmie Le:!bctter, ence Sanndcrs s'.ore. Orleans Cotton KMV ORLEANS; NOV. '20" (ijp>- Coto:i clc.-cd steady, Open, High Low Close Mr,y Ridge From-Which Cries Were Heard.V -.-^\ ' TRJ;KTOK, GA., ''Npv. .26 '.-.rtipi. —A new clue to the possible', fate, .of Cpal Ccc'.iran, -3.year-old '.fr£n\ Itn niil inl'sli!'?' since -Salui'dkyi ctnt Sheriff Grcver C. TalUhY and ; a small posse today tu tin lsolaU4 ildio 'edition nt.rthe base of-'6biid Mountain IOIT 'intles from here! A cold light snowfall speeded .tin- search. • '•••". Cirb visiting In I lie jjec- tkn reported to tlulr fnlhcr, Pal i Jul Gaff of Chattanooga, v,~>\a In lurti; °'"reported !o. the siierlff .that Sat-' urday afternoon llioy heard ^thc rif n small child' 'coining from the ridge but thought', nblh- [ inis of It at the time. In the belief it may have been' 'the 'Coch- f*n child, PherliT Tatum "immediately opcMiul search. In Hint district, not hitherto.,combed. Head Cnnrlcr News Want An*. 10C9 1080 1103 l!M 1UB 11W 1072 10«1 no6 i!30 1160 1161 IMl 1071 loos 1121 1HO 1163 1001 107L IMC 1122 B|x>u steudy at 1037, ojf 10, Newffirk.Coilon ::;,'.v'YQnk, N=V. 20 (UP>—c-t t-i:i cte'cd Uendy: , Opsn High Low Clo-? !"•'" 'new) 1089 1071 10W) l(Hia I> f 'old) • loeq 1088 10W 1000 Jmi ui;w) 1077 1080 Jb76 1011) •'an told) 1070 1070 1009. Mar M-i 1107 1131 ...'. 1150 1103 1107 1132 1151 1163- 1096 1123 1140 1154 Spats ciCBPd steady at 1070, off 10. \ Read Courier News Want Ads, 35-i Says Photo Damaged Character! FOR RENT—Furnished rcoms for | She was compelled, she said, to > li?ht housekeeping. 7CO Walnut. | pose [ C i- a photogiaph while clad Also unfurnished flat, 1013 Walnut. | on - iy j n tt ve ii, a iid not much of a 2-lC-Kl j ve ji at t!lat For tnis indignity, Miss Emily (they call her "Sun) Blaisdell who is shown FOR RENT— Nicely furnished hed rcom DIG W. Ash. Phone 60. PK-30 ROOMS-Rent 014 Hearn. month frre. 28C-K5 here as .she voluntarily her lawyers COO damages riled against a concern which was interested in lier trans-continent- FOR HENT — Furnished hons". al marathon dance with 'her 130B Chickasawba. Garage and servant house. Call 83 or 280. 24C-K27 pirm n r FOi? BALE or TRADE — What have you to trade for a neat good running Chevrolet Coupe? This car will render tots'of service and ple'S'Si'rtt: this- 1 'winter.' Prided- 1 low; i Only ''S95;' See me 'today of | call'332-W. or 811. Bernard Gooch ' 25C-K2D WANTED WANTED — Family Washings Washed and ironed ly competent white woinmi. ^Irs. Brown •J04 S. Lake St. 17CK-TF WANTED— Family Wahlngs. Alice Beard, 10-16 So. Lake St. .22P-K29 WANTED — 100 White Leghorn hens. II. E. Kconce, Blythcville Route. 2. 22P-K37 AT ONCE— SOUTH AMERICA OR i UMJTF.D STATES. Permanent i positions; .Isbdr, .clerical,- mechanical, salesmanship; .experience u'n- ricccsssry. Salaries 525. -5100. weekly, transportation -furnished. BOX 1175, CHICAGO, ILL. WANTED — Ecwing--Qiiiltinj— at my house or yours. ' ' Phone 377. '24P-K2 THE BEST HOT PIG. CHILI AND <••-:, .COFEEE.. i-. .. • RUSTIC INN Mtss Blaisdell asks an extra $50,000 for alleged breach of contract Dav or Night Service, Phone 1C. ; Rockies", Lange glee c\ub. ; Most of the business houses and i practically all offices and the two I banks are closing for. Ihs national FOR SALT-My almost new 10301 FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS ltf THE 'SJU SHIHE? SOUTH, 70 Dot? PlOUt- ' BEAGH ORESS TO BE' WORM OVER A BATHING OUR HOARDING HOUSE Or< DEAR SO UiGGV I MVSBl-'F TROW CflAIR A ' BOOTS AND HER BUDDIES IS EVERYBODY HAPPY? By Mar tin /;" BUI, WVN ^0»t SOME OWi ME NOU WWt 1. l-k-m ' M.V. RARMEST BALL OVO or- SH-H-H!'. By Blosser'j Ho Makes 'Ein Sec' V. R. V/ASHAM—Transfc'i-'•• • Daily, trips to. Memphis, Will pick up and deliver freight and pack-ages anywhere. Special lales on carload lots.^ ' Local Phone" 351 . Memphis Phone 3-931 Model Ford Tudor Sedan, per.! feet in condition and appearance, i fully equipped, guaranteed. This I is,- the. Bargain -you've -waited for! Only $-195. See me' at once'or Call 552--J or 811. U.-'W. Miilllns. ... . . - -.- : "25C-K29 i GOOD STEAKS' AND HOTFISti TOM'S GAFE l'.iviii|r an( ( Sewer'.Taxes Di.-lvicl. Xo.rl. , . No\v Due «. fi. CAUH!i,I,,'CoIlcclor. Uixsian-s in Farmers Bank nldg. NOTICE Miln our rcccr.i partnership ttitli Jlr. Gvo. Carney, We now have Die l,cst equipped independent shop i n ( ovvn . . CAJ;NEV.JENKINS GAHAGE I'ic'rHvlcli isu'ildin? , . I ; Many Activities'Will Mar}^ •Thanksgiving Observance I (CoiHincd from, liaps' rh:) [.V/cbjicr. loachfr. in churRc:'. soite. |. j "America, the Beautiful". Lord's I IPir.'cr: peer.!. ".Myself. 'Edgar.A.' Guest,- Alice B2ll Stalcup; fenrl- lt!g. "Pii?zi?d", Irene Tinker; storyi >:nnv Tiii"- 'Early .Sc'.Mcrs Spi?nt Thanksgiving",- • Opal McFarland; j rc;c : ii>S "'riKinfcssivirig' at 'Orand- ps'?", Frances ' Parelcy: '-rtariiri'^,- "Th.inksgivins Efiaj;", Willie 'Mae Mcore; Th-inkgiving play" "Three Mince 1'ics" with" thes: charac'-' ta$: .Gladys Carter. Ncrma-.Crow, Chuck Lqii2i Tomniie Tinker. Avon Fletcher..- Hubert Fowler, Ellis Tankcrsley. Homer Eashen. • Howard Dczlrr. J.- P. .Ranisy, fjtcrlins Young. Edward Davis,-Jim Hall »tid Tom Simon. - . . ! A. radio program, was brcad' by the Lange'elementary school ','.iis afternoon with Janiss Reevei as announcer. These number?, .wer: heard: ' The : First Tliailiigivlng Proclamation.' read by Wiilltm'UJ Altkcn; song. "America, til* Boiu- llful". poem. "Thanksslvmg i Thanks", liessic Sue Arvtoad; pi- i ano solo. "Japanese Doll Dance'', Sarah Paulino Evrrvrd; play, "Thanksgiving Day". ;vi,)lls at tlie third grade; piano solo, "OK Rish- ioncd FWdlrrs 1 Danre", LiVcllc Deacttc; lap dance, ,'iirah faniiue I Eviard and Betty; play "In j Plymouth Town", pupils of second: grade: a group of SOISSP. "We Cel-' ebiats'Tlvanksshing,' 1 "Pagan Love I and "SprlnslinK In thoj , LET.'US S6E \F COSTft HftSN'OT A, FEVJ ' ^ W£LV_-"F\RST We MUST Nl WITH f^NOW HERE IS ft tiST OF \f OFFICERS WHOM MOST IHIERHIE^ JOM-I LOPE-2, JOS£ ESCOLKPD, PEOCO \JlltiV, ft By CraRU / UJRE. I TOIO SOU \ UP.N <jUN COMPfXMN OOuW HEW- IMJ^ \_OPEZ W^ ONLN A M(kJOR I OUCiHT VOU TO KNOW VOTS KMOW OWE \ 0' THOS6 BIRDS. OF TH61R

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