The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1939 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 29, 1939
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PAGE TWO V-/, BLYTIIBVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER ..NEWS THURSDAY,-JUNE 29, -1939: Relieves Mississippi County , ShbuIcL Display, Its At, tractions Better • Mississippi 'County should have a building filled with exhibits com- emoraUng the Indians who »ero ', cotton which Is the , e«dlng- cash crop of the > world's argest cotton Troy, Mo., villll » dance at ttic Scoiit Iiul Monday nlglit. A targe group of the voung soclnl scb were in attendance. Coca Colas were served during the intermission. * * » MKIenary Society o,<s A( Church The members of Hie Mclliodlsl Missionary society .met ftt the church Tuesday afternoon foi a business and Bible study meeting. The picsldent. Mis. R W. Thomas presided ovci the business meeting, ami Mis E R. Bog an Bible study leader,- brought n most. Interesting lesson based on the life of Christ RS outlined In the Gospels of Matthew, Murk am county Luke Those Inking pait on the were Mis BEL. Bcar- argest tovw>> i»».uu«n» v«>....^, piogram we . and (Uverslftcatlon products uhlch ,j e]l| Mrs Owen, and Mis Thomas " ' . 4 * ' mide this county » idely as. Its conlrtbulSon to the Host, and Historical Society which Is atlcinpl- Siman . Sc | loo i class Party The Euwl(nn c | nss ot Hie Baptls £unday school coiniiltmcnlcd on Ing to sell Arkansas to the world, l f , l>g mcmbc is, Mrs. Wendc according (o Mrs s s ' slembcre Hnrrls a iccenL bilde, wllli a >n\s of Blytheville, president of Die ; CC IIBUCOUS shower al the clss eain of ' T R L , CC B Forrest, City District Federation of t al )h ' e llomc of Mr Women's Clubs and / long a leader Hol|ck T,^^ n | e)lt in civic enterprises Mrs Jo j, n Tlivveait, prcslden Romancing Mississippi county to ca n. C{ j ft snor (, business confeicnca tourists would bean e«y task, In bctolc a " " . Dumas, Ark., for Ihe next, l«n Ays engaged In a writs of revival services wllti the Baptist church of lal city. " James L. Edwards has had us his guest the past week, Wayne Mc- "ilnnis, of Kclscr. Billy Ingram, of Memphis U vis- ing In the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. ;L. Clurk as- the guett of tlielr :phcw, James Clark, Miss Julia O»cn accompanied llss Marj 1 Allen Edrlnglon of Oseola, .for a short visit with icla- Ivcs at Hollywood, Miss. Miss Eva George and Miss Mabel Steele-Cooler Society—Personal turned lo Ihclr home! In Sayic, Okla,, over Hie weekend aflcr a visit here with relatives. Mrs. Jerry Holly and Mrs, Ruth Lawlion spent last weekend at poplar Bluff as guests of the toiler's brother, Charles Gulhric and family. ' ' Mrs.' Tom Lewis and guest, Miss Elizabeth Hucy of'Detroit, Mich,, are spending this lifternosn-' In ........ BMhevllle. There wore -14 members at llicli MLss .Gorilla Kearney was re- regular meeting of tlic Wo mail's moved to the Walls hospital In Missionary Society 'when they met, Blylhevillc the first of this week at Hie icliuroli Mondivy aftemcoh.'! lor treatment. Ml*>sk:n*ry S»dely aeoree'werc" ilic'we^k did Buests liic meeting Was ' opened with of Miss l)i\lo Howaid of Memphis.' prayer 'by Mrs. O. A, Dunlvant after which the vice president, Mrs. p. p, McCuWien, gave as the 'de- volloiial flic' jrourth ' chapter »:f Like Street Church ,_..„. Is Entertained Maiinew. Ab:ut 112,000,000 if. aim.Uiilly t fiixmt In further research In Hie American petroleum Induslry alone.! The combined yield from flnlc I motor fuel taxes and registration ] for 1938 amounted to approxi- Student, in the Bible School of' Amy Edwrd.s vvlio were' hostose., | ma.cly $l lW ,fll4.000. Ihe Lake Slice! Methodist chuiiJi «•*•• this meeting, served icfrcsh- - mcnts. . '• were entertained at a picnic Fil- day In Walker Park. The party went lo Ihe Park at Ihe conclusion of Hie classes Friday morning. Games were plsyqd bcfoi-e lunch was served. progi esslve "Wvc Bug" played Mrs Harris was In tlic latest i>j4*i;Kcisaw iiiu*a»,^ n\,w,u « "iLove game of all present and was vivid historical background for an L howcrc(1 rtlth „ lnrBe a5SO iltncnl exhibit of what the .earth of this of g|fts (rom tllo mcm ), cr s ot the cnmly Is slewing- today. __ clnss T hc gifi,, werc piosented by the opinion of Mrs Slcroberg, who B wgs p frelleve?; that relics left by the dccloicd j hc ChlcSasa* Indians would make n «^uiiij M j«..«-.. a j- JCLHSS LliV Bill.* wyiu |jii.-:jt,»wu The Chlckasa* Indian mound, a Mls Houck alu , Mls . T li»ei«tt. mile northwest of Blytheville, Is but ICK) m)cl , ftll(1 coa u c ^ • one of many spots where muoh 6C , VC( | To Present Musical Show At Lost Cane A musical''program will be presented tomorrow night nl eight o'clock at the Lost Cane school under the auspices of the LoM pottery has been found and which could be ccllecfed for a permanent Cane school board, A. C. Owens, were secretary of tlic board, announced today I The two lioms' entertainment Mr and Mrs T D Wilkins have villl le given by Ihe Tennessee as their guests this week, Mih. Hill Billy band Proteedi from Uio Hostess IP Bridge Mrs. Floyd Wagelcr was, h to the Tuesday Brldeetcers club at her -home Tuesday afternoon. The high score prize went to Mrs. Tom Lewis, second high to Mrs. Tom Hopper and brldgco to Mrs. Guss Cooper. The hostess served open face' andwlches in shapes bi hcai;ts,i lades, clubs and diamonds, ice ream, cake ami Iced tea. * * * Mr. and 'Mrs. Ralph Godfrey rc- ilicy . Memphis Miss perHUUlCIU CAlliUll- o-nnv mvov n ..".*. I ... n be interesting> tourists who slop ™ ,„„„;•- oT n ,p ro llccc foi tsss-rssa aelwjSSSa •• ri I Mrs M Owens of Joiner, Ark, I th Tl^°S e ind Hi S l»rlc*l Society U the Bucrtlhto«eek of Mr ami fnr its aim tliel Mls " E Head ! cf Arkansas has for Its aim making available our state Approximated 6,000,000 tourists ,, visiting Ail!ansas last ycai stayed two dajs ,and spent $50,000,1)00. If . these could be dctnlned one more |l da.y the money crop of the slate 4 increased by $25,000000, fv It has 'be en pointed out J BljthevUlo and Mississippi County J get'Hielr share of the tourist trade because of locatfon and hotel facil- Htes and so It.-'shoiild be of special concern 'that this section present some special attraction \\hicli will of the Interest tourists, sponsors movement say. > , i It Is said that \VPA funds are available for such a. project, -which must be backed by some organization "'••_' In a statement issued by H >A "Ted"'Bailey, chairman' of Ihe slate organization, the plan ts to have a set-up along the same lines as the commercial service clubs with the hlstorj of the state lo I play a great part In DIE scclely's j activities, thereby promoting Arkan; 'Sas , I The plan and objectives have been endorsed by every civic, religious, polilical and ccmmeiclnl group to which It has been presented ,and Individuals or groups in 20 counties have already started "wcrklng at the Job of establishing chapters „ The objectives of Ihe stale ac£ iciety reads "to develop through dl- fi rectorships of press, mineral e\lilb- j] its, agricultural cihiblts, research, | tours, advertising, industrial pro- ( i duels, handicraft, restoration, relics, i) hist:ry, beaut ifi call on, guide serv- ¥ ice, zoo, cemeteries, donors, park& "" and wild lite conservation In such * a manner that p.slcrity will be J adequately served ' Clnicnce - — Sunday fiom a week's visit spent In Washington witli his father, nml In visiting inlercsling points In Virginia, Hie New Yoik World's Fair, and a visit lo West Point Mis Martha Poison a patient In St Joseph's hospital, Memphlt. h showing .some -continued Improvements In her condition from the Injuiies sustained from a fall wl)llo attendliig:Gchool at Joncsboi'o State Alvln Wunderlich, ami son, Alvln jr., Avcic visiting among filends Tnday while guesl-s of Mr and Mis William TUttcaU Little Misses Jean mid Mcrjlyn Owen, liave J-eturhedifrom a three weeks visit, with their grandparents, Mi ,and Mis J E O^en of Parkin, Aik .' •! ,j i Mi«!' ThMiiHs 'F.*-Hudson For lighter, more wholesome cakes :o)lcgc. Mr. and Mrs. At The Hospital* MytbeviUc Mrs. W. H. Sims, Huffman, ad mil ted. Miss admlltcd Russell Seals, city, admitted. Harold Roscnthal, city, admitted Mrs. Ooldle Dcniilson, dt-y, dlb missed. Walls Hospital .Mrs. :Mai!de Hlgglns, Holland, a< milled. Mrs. Noble -Modular, city, dl. missed Mrs. Gerald Archer; city;, dismissed. Virginia Eileen Ellis, Ilayll, dismissed. Cecil Mann, Tomato, dismissed Memphis Baptist Hospital Mrs. W. A. Allonaworth, Joiner admitted. . Mis J L Mosre, Steelc, admitted Mrs.' Waller Purmenter, LUxora adinitted. Memphis .Metlindlsl Hospital B B Gee Ji , city, admitted. Mrs r B Hoppti, OsLCola. ad milled Mis H C Lewis, Hayll, ndmiUcc 1"^ * t T^ * Kite Jrrice & Markets IN •BLYTHEV1LLB,' ARK. "We Appreciate Your Trade" "We Deliver, Anywhere" Our Price's/Always f Right SHOW TICKETS FREE s 'j News'-wwiv,»ds. LIBERTY CASH GROCERS Prices For Friday, Saturday and Monday Closed AlfOay 4th of July FREE Anglo Corned Beef & 15c Ubby's Pickles Hi; 19c PINEAPPLE Loaf Miss Liberty Bread With Each 13 Egg Angel Food Cake ' Store No. 1 111 E. Main Phone' 2J4 Store No. 2 32fl W. Slain Phone 767 or Cash Discount Ask For Details BEEFSTEW «• lOc BACON I Cuctahy's -i I'ui-itan "F'cy Sliced, Ih. 21c SALT Streak-o'-Lcan Side lb. lOo MEAT Boiling Meat . . lb.7'o Rosedale Ho. 21 Can •Potted Meal, Can /.^'/jc Salt, Sqiiiirc Box ... .2!/.c I'iinenlocs, 4 m.. Can..5c Mulches, Anchor, Hox 2'/ 2 c Mar'lows,- 1. lb. Cello t'lc Jcllo ,,<ir Royal, l'ki;...5e •I'cas, Jliss-Co. No. 2 5c Extract, 8 ,ox.' Uottle 10 Snap iieans, lb. ...... 3c PEACHES ........ lb. 3c ORANGES ..Doz. 15c Fresh Okra, lb. ....... DC Potatoes' .10 Ibs. Inc APPLES,. .......Dpi. 15c SQUASH, White, . .11). 3c Cucumbers ........ lb. Fresh Limes .—Doz. Si Watermelons 30 |li- Avg. & Ice Cold TEA Peerless I EH 9 07.. Box Amboy Cl« Lgc. Can W2 WESSON OIL Quart dial. P"" 1 38c $1.29 20o BACKACHE? Trv Hiiililng h\ccss Tnlsons •And Aciiis Thru Kidneys And Stop iOcltlns V\i _ . . and granddallghtci, Wade McHcnry returned Sunday from a tluee weeks rait In New Yolk and places of interest enroiite. \Thcy were In .Washington during Ihe icceJit vWt ol the King and Quern of England and had the pleasure of seeing them. Mrs. B. O. Wilkins and children, B. O. Jr., and Aim Clahc, . left Simdnj for n ten days vacatlo." B O will attend Camp Fricrson Bov Scout camp nt Jonesboio, and \yhen your kidneys arc overlaxec ^li, Wilkins and Ann Claire vvl)l am i your bladder Is Irritated and VL a foi the ten dajs In Jonesboio p Bssa g e scanty and often smarts and Moncltc a nd bums, you may need Gold Miss Bob Willlnms Is a guest In M ec i,o Hiuulcm Oil Oapsulcs,.n fine the home of Mis. led Eison this week. She will leave Friday for Mcinp)i!s. Miss Billy Langslpn left Tues- 35 CENTS PROVES I'l 1 VEAL STEAK OR ROAST PORK CHOPS lb. day for Camp ly lur wuinij uiiMu,. oi»j LUH, >«*i. IL.S uni? yuuii t«i^ \\<t> "' i" iu Miss Mnggle Sue riemnung left more healthy activity into kidneys Monnaj to spend scverVl weeks hi and bladder — son should sleep Truninun, Ark. . . . more soundlv the whole night Mrs Mnxlnc Crawford, of Mem- through But be sine lo get GOLD L.!- ^.. n », a.liirln,, t, U \1 lin> ,M, r. TVIUnAl \\'K n OPnllhlf. UlCdlClUO Luxora Society — Peisonal Clayton, Ga and diurctlo at once and .... stimulant that starts to -work ... costs but 35 cents nt any modern drugstoie. It's one good safe way to put phis, spent Sundnv with hci parents. Mr. ami :Mrs. S. J. Smith. The Rev. L. P, Flcmmlng will, be a genuine medicine for .weak .kidneys—right Iron Haarlem In Holland. Jitterbug Farlj Mrs B O Wilkins was hostess to Mis L P Fleminlng, Miss Maggie Sue Flemmtng, Mrs Hilton Stcphcnson, Mrs Lcm T Stanford, Mre E. R Began, Mrs Grover C Driver, Mrs S J. Smith, Mrs John .JThweatt, Mr; S B Terry, Miss Eva Cooke, Mrs. C. B. Wood, ami .MiEJ'Malcolm Lauderdale, bf-Rock Springs, Texas, at a very unique party on Wednesday afternoon The,Jitterbug game consisted of progressive games of Jitterbug drawings with Mrs John Thweatt being declared al the end ot the afternoon's fun as being.the most "skillful. Mrs. Wilkins presented to Mrs Thweatt a Ramona love siring, and to Miss Eva Cooke, for loy score, an improved !>ory Fa- tlma mounted,hand. .Ann .Claire, assisted' her mother In serving an attractive salad plate with a congealed salad, shoe string potatoes, open face sandwich, and punch with red, green ice. \LKMhe«n ior Memphis Guests Mrs. S J. Smith was hostess to ( two tables of guests for a buffet bridge luncheon al her home on Thursday. ' ' I ~> The two course luncheon and 'bridge was enjoyed by Mrs. C. B ' Wood and "the following Mem-1 .. phis guests: Mrs .Rose Schmelz- p refd,' Mrs "B. 0. Pouncey, -Mrs., Maud Lowry, Mrs. Frances Collms, ,Mrs. Beii Price, Mrs' Edwaid tSciimalzfeldj a»d Mrs. Oscar Polk ' L«'/-Mrs "Founcey 'and Mrs. Polk K''»jere high score wliiuers. BLYTHEVILLE'S NEWEST .(Corner Vine and Second) Motor Truck Bargain Lot TRUCKS TRUCKS TRUCKS , , , At Sc<wl Hut vXts T.-D. Wilkins complimented her -olece,, Mis*, Mary .Harris,, oj | ' Internationals Fords Che\rolels Due to a very large increase in business brought about by the splendid product we sell ami tlie very good TRADE-IN: ALLOWANCES we have consistently .given our customers, we fonrUl it necessary to establish a much larger and better located USED TRUCK BARGAIN LOT We invite you to visit our new lot and Fee : for yourself why we enjoy a splendid NEW AND USED TRUCK BUSINESS. '/» Tons;-3/4 & I Tons; I Vz Tons; 2 & 3, Tons; I! 8: •! 'Tons A MOST COMl'LETE STOCK OF NEW AND USED TRUCKS —Sec "Bill" Sctisciibaugh DELTA IMPLEMENTS, Inc. ' jJean Center Cuts . .' " lb. '' Coffee _THc Finest' frtdi /Knasted We Grind It Fiire & Fresh Rio Flat..11). 12'Ac kill I'ealicn-y 11) l»c Treat -Bleiul-!!) 17''/zl Bon Ton . .11). 20c SUGAR Fine Granulated 10 Pounds LEMONS •Suhkist Large Juicy, Do/.. 19 C FLOUR .Carloiul Fresh Canihrit. .lust 'received. You've tried Ih.e rest NOW T U Y THE J5EST. Read the 1/aliel Cambric <i Ihs. . . 25c .12.11)8. 2.1 Ihs. •IS Ibs. . 73c .51.45 - Guaranteed Best 'llrrssway or ShiWey's Ifcst 1-2 Ibs. 39c; 2'1 Ibs. '(iSc .18 U)s. §1.^5 «)l> ll>s. .'§2.65 Money Can 15uv! Crystal White 12 His. . . :55c 21 Ihs... . 'C3c •ISMlis:'. -5V.25 Stuffed ICt 'Rosedale" No. 8 . . *V 'Queen . No. 3 Jars -tie 22 07... Jar STCKELY AS "li; AGUS HERSHEYS Cocoa: .•»>• Chocolate Syrup . .-. ..">. !lc Chocolate ..•••! "? s - 8c KRAFTS Miracle Whip ...... PI. ^ Mayonnaise ....... '/2 ''•• ' ' c Sandwich Spread ....Ql. ;Wc ICE CREAM I'OWDER ' SALAD DRESSING „ 20 PEASUT BIITTEB ... 22 . ,; Lgc. Jar JELtO 2 Cans GRAPE "'" 1J ' T 1VK " COFFEE Chase & Sanborn O| .1 Ih. fcl2 & FOURTH JULY SPECIAL Philadelphia Cream, Pkg. . . Kraff, Assorted i/ 2 Ih. Package 7 J_c COOKING "2 Pound 15 c SUNLIGHT 2 11). liox . PICNIC HAM to. 17 '/;<' Spare 1 Hi'bs, l!ar-H-Q Style..... .lb. 1^1/ic PORK SHOUI.DKR, Whole lb. l(ic FEED SPECIAL . Shorts .?!-'15 .' ;Bran . . $1.25 10 % Dairy S1.35.',-' EggJ\IashS2.2i> GrowMash2.-19 All Grain $1.75 Old Southern SYRUP Corn: &;'/. Ciuic': 1 -. \ Gal.. 25c Gallon. 45c Thick Ribs... I7'/.c Shoulder Clod lb. 2 Steaks. lb. 23c Hlack Hawk I'Riiul On 11).. 22i Rimllcss lb .25c JiOfLED HAM • • • - -I RAKED HAM... -• ••!! PORK HAM, Half or Whole..,. .11). Lamb LEG . .'..;. ..'.. ;lb.-.25c. CHOI'S . ...... Ih. 21 SHOULDER..',..!b. 20c Fancy Slk'cd Pound C'LEO I'oiitul OLEO 151iic Seal Pure Vcg. lb; - POTffTOES« He ORANGES fir 15c CRACKERS :I,1F-K1?UC)Y I! 15ars ... KICK Choice, Ih. MUSTARD Quart . SYRUP Steamboat • DOMINO 10 lb. Cloth -Sack 50c ' DOMINO I'apcr Sack 47c Pint Jars. . .62c Jar Rings3 Pk lOc Ql|art Jars 74c Certo,« oz. 2Is ES \ Gal Jars 99e Sure Jell pkg, lie Hf

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