The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 29, 1939 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 29, 1939
Page 5
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THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1939 Osceola Society —'Personal Visitors Honored ' Mrs. E. H.-Burns was hostess lo » grcup of the younger social set at a dinnqr,party Saturday night honoring her l\vo guests, Sarah Evelyn .and Elizabeth M^Lindou of Marlahna. Tiger lilies centered the dining table, with marigold and daisies used in the living rooms, Follow-nif dinner, Chinese checkers and crpouct were played. Guests included Flavla Driver, Sue Clay Hiiehey, Shirley R:ach of Houston, Texas. Charllne Massey, Sarah Evelyn and Elizabeth McLcudon. Mr. and Mrs. Burns 'and their guests, accompanied' by Mi 1 , and Mrs. M. E. McDcarman drove to Marianna Sunday lo be Die guests of Mr, and Mrs. C. A. Peterson. • » • Six Visitors Honored Mrs. E. S. Driver and daughter, riiivia Driver, entertained six of Ik the many attractive visitors in town T'with a dinner followed with a theater party en Tuesday night. 1 Pink loses were used on lite table and elsewhere in the entertainment rooms.; The guest list Included Emily Jmc Abrcy of Iloston, Mass- Betty Driver of H:lly Springs, Miss.; Carolyn Rhodes, Faycttevillc; Shir* ley Reach, Houston, Tex,; Evelyn and EHuabeth McLendon, Marianna; Sue Clay Hughey and Mary Virginia Segraves of Osceola. • After dinner they were Miss Driver's guests at the Gem (heater. * * * ' Mrs. Lovcwell Entertains . Baskets of blue larkspur and Shasta daisies were used throughout the Lovcwell home on Hale avenue Tuesday; afternosn' when she was hostess to eight tables of bridge players in compliment (o her daughters, Mrs. Tliad Feildn and Mrs. Hujh Hughcy of Houston, Texas.-who returned tp I heir homes today following a visit of three weeks here with their parents. Highest score award went to Mrs R. S. Wilson Jr,, with second hlg|i going to Mrs. Frank Crillendcn of Nodcna. Mrs. Welby Young won cons;lallon and low prize went to Mrs. W. J. Driver Jr. * • • Mrs. Bants and Alrjj. \Vertz Entertain One of (he mcsl attractive and largest piu-Ucs of Ihc season was that of'Mrs. G. Uartslll Dunks and Mrs. U. R, Wcrtz given yesterday afternoon hi tho home of Mrs. Hanks. Twelve !abl<s were arranged on the screened p:rches and living' ami (linlti? ro:ms, with' air abundance of summer flowers through (lie rooms. The Iwo high .score prizes went lo Mrs. II, c. Davidscn and Mis. 1'om Laney, Mrs. Davidscn receiving a while card table and Mrs. Laney a table lamp. A Ooclcy print .was given Mrs. S. t.. Gladish for low score. A cookie jar for one award was presented in nn Interesting manner. Before the games began each gueal was asked to guess what her sc:re would be at the end of the games and the one guessing nearest would bo given the pvtee. Mrs. J. I,. Ward was (he winner. * * t Dorothy Hyess Hostess Covers were laid lor eight at a beautifully appointed white. and yel);w table Tuesday evening when D.-rolliy D., ess entertained at dinner honoring Shirley Roach of Houston, Texas, who has been the gucsl of Sue clay Hughcy for the past ten days. Marigolds and baby breath centered the table with yellow place cards marking Die places. Following dinner the party drove to Blytlieville for the show nl the Rila thcqter. Guests wore Sue C'lay Ilughev. Shirley Roach, Carolyn Gwaltney, Ben Butler Jr., Lsm Williams ,11, Billie Dyess, and Walter Driver il (AUK.) COUWKK NEWS El i'nso, Texas, who is (lie of his aunl, Mrs. Hiile Jnckson Monday night Ben Bu'Uer Jr. was hcst, lo the same' croup nt the doj wees at West Memphis, Mrs, Jackson entertained tho group including another nephew, Clinilcs lievcll Bowpn of Memphis, .Saturday nlflu for dinner ,il Hotel Fcnb'ody followed by nn evening of dimclng ivt (lie Skyway Rcof. « * » Mr. and Mrs, lilackwfoi) 'Hosts TweiHy-flvc members of Uu> Os- ccoJ;i-Liix;j'a-B!ythev'i)le Bridge club wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. luighl If. Blcickwo;<l for dlmidi anil im ewmlujf of bridge on Tuesday night. Uowls of lemon marlgolil's and daisies brought out the while aiid-yellow color motif. High s :oro luviuOs among the club members went, to Mrs, W. C. ftlnsoii ;uu| Judge S. !,. Gl;i(!isl>, Mr. and Mrs. Jet tic Bliickm uoil were the only guests; they were presented n while and red syrup pitcher ti Immunize with rtacoriillcns iu the kitchen of ttieii 1 new home recently bought. » + • Mr. and Mrs. JclUc nrh'er, Miss Joy Bhiclwcod and LcRoy Owens will leave today for n week's vnea- JULY 4th Crowley's Ridge State Park •Walcotl, Ark. On Highway No. 25 Lois .of shade, tables, seals, ami wafer in the Picnic Areas. Daylight Fireworks at 3 p.m. Bighi Fireworks at 9 p.m. Swimming and Dancing ,. .; . Refreshments at jiqpular prices. tlpu r,t Hie lllackwoocl swnnwr col- tags' on Lake Jumes, at lake James, Imliflim. . Mr. and Mis. Jilackwcod Mo-re nnd (laughter, Camilla, of Chicago who have been (he guests of Ills mother, Mrs. Emnin Moore, to- several days left t:<la y f or ^ s Angeles, Ctilit., to spend sonic lime at their collage on Ihe seaside. They will laler K o to the &m p nm - eisco World's Knir lelore rctiirii- Ing to Chlrago. Mrs. »:|> linker nnd daughter. Ann linker of Little Reck, (uive reltnncd lo their homes after h week's visit here with Mrs. Cli-or-u Adams. They were nccumpnnlcc) \>y Mr. and Mrs. H. \,. Oain. wlio had been (he guests of Mrs W 11 Dycss the week. ' Itead Courier News want iid s . BARGAINS Rebuilt Tractors and Equipment SPECIAL 1 .P 12 Tractor, Uebuill, with Cultivator & Power Lift , 2 Hclmilt Farmall Mowers, each .... 1 Tractor Cultivator .......... 1 Moline H. 1). Mower . $75 575 $25 T $75 1 Kclniilt Side -Delivery Rake . F-12, F-M, p-20, F-30 Tractors = JJJJ ^ I Miulcl yO(l •nicCohiuok- Defrinjr, Kehuilt Toivor Unif, for Saw Mil! & Gin Use. JUST A FKIV OF THE MANY' BARGAINS Delta Implements, Inc. Dlytheville, Ark. : COFFEE Chase and Sanborn Dated Reg. or Driplb. 23c KIDNEY BEANS Joan of Arc Regular Size Can .... ca, 6c PICKLES Sour or Dill Green Beauty, Quarts 2 for 25c SHOE STRING POTATOES No. 2 Can 3 cans 25c TEA Red Band Orange Pekoe Celo Wrapped V!b 3k CORN Standard Sweet No. 2 Can 1 ea . 7c MILK Ainboylarge 3 for 19c; Small 6 for 19c CATSUP Pure 14 oz. Bottle Fraziers e a. 9c .SALT Regular 1£ Ib. Box . „... 2 for ^c iPMIENTOES Sunshine 7 oz. Can IIIIIZI.. ca. lie FLOUR, Shibley's Best, Plain'or 24 His .7,| c Self Rising .l,S Ih.s si.,n MILK Dim< e Brand Condensed f ^ ii KRAUT Scott County No. 2 Can : ................................................................. le •SOAP Crystal White Large Size : ................................................ " 3 f 'r'llc BMHK CBEEH'S PflSTEUR»ZED WPA Woers Uncover Boat Hull : CAPE MAV~OC>UHT JIOUSE, N. J, (Ul')_Tlip hull «f .« w-foat vessi'J, believed to be more tlmti i\ ccntiiiy ul<|, iins iicon uiuio'vcrcd liore l>y \VI>A workers. • ' l-lwlioldcr O, M. Corson, smxiv- titciwoiil of thu in-oju'l, tnlil the uoul wus obstructed of onk mill lilue lt m |)ci-s Joliiwl by spikes DW(\i> of Iron mid bi'ounc. Corsou snld keel was fnlrlj- well (in-served. 'ciiy.e spikes lw\'c not teen used iiilly In bout building tw nt U'list loo years, (uwnltni; to Edwn«l i\l. i> w |, cusloctlim or tlic O»1W Miiy County Museum. A SCO-paiml cut In wcl«lit, iv 20 per cent cut. i» fuel consump- tion, tiwl un HDpicdablo BHl (litrablllly itrc claimed tor n low-priced automobile. in PINEAPPLE Crushed Doles No. 2 Can VIENNA SAUSAGE Standard Can POTTED MEAT Standard na COCKTAIL 17 oz. Can Delmonle Can I4c POTATOES, Hew Selected D AH Light Meat 6 ASPARAGUS Delmonte "Picnic" ............ SALAD DRESSING Ann King Quart . SARDINES American in Oil 1-4 flat Can PORK AND BEANS "Campbell^ ' ^ Ib, Average . . "|b..23c BUTTER Best Grade . ;, Ib. 28c LARD Loose Pure Ib 8c LARD 8 Ib. Pails ' . , e a'75c PORK CHOPS !b 18c JEE'F ROAST Swift's Premium Ib. 23c SALT MEAT Best Grade Ib. 12c OLEO.Dixie .... . > Ib 19 C HAMBURGER MEAT "" Ib. 15c BACON 1 Ib. Box Armour's Star 28c HAMS Whole or Half 14-16 air. 25c Fill. JUNE yOr-SAT., JULY 1—MON./-JULY 3rd C. L. NABERS GROCERY & MARKET We Deliver 10-1 S, Division Street Phone IS! A»>Vt-KTJSKMKN"I' |'OR BIDS fiojcct No. !2l;i-|,- Scnlc<t inopos-nh wli be received tiy the no'iiiii ot ComiiiKslowis O f DIHIIVHBC Dislilct No, I'l nt Il« olllco Ui the L>neh IJulldliii,', ))ly- tlievlllo, Arkiinsii's, nii(i) )0 o'clock A, M, (C. S, T.) July 12Ci|, 1939, for itxrnvntjoii woik. • •Allenuite jilnnsi «|1| i, 0 |,t<( upon; Plan- 1. ExciiuittiH! npinoklm- fltoly 351.000 cubic jnuls of cnilh I" (lie chiumcl or Ulllp Rlvci In I'oiisell Connly. Aiknnsiib, totol (tlslnnco 11',i iiiltet,. 1'lnn a. ]>:\«nvHtli)K nimiovlm- ii(«|y 200,000 uiblc yuidj, of ci.itli In the clmiine) of i,it(j c ^| vcr lultt 11 ciil-oll lluoneli . Section 2(1, 12 N<Hlli,.RnngQ t awt. >n I'olitioll Coi uly, AiUnsas, total distance 39; miles, Man 2 la lt\o choice plan Vioiu an eiielncMhig Ufi|iil)>oliit and-wlll bo accepted contingent only upon Uio DUtrlct inquiring acquiring llio right-of-way. ,At which (lino mid I>!RCO tho l>io|WMi)s ivjll |jc piiullcly opened wild lend nloiitl. And bid iccolveti nftcr clodim time will be joludncd titio|iciicd. Copies of the plans, specifications anil other proposed Contact DOUII- incni-s me on (lie In the office of lijnlnntjo Wslclciwo. n ni plylho- vlllo, Aiknnsn.s, am! arc open foi PllWIC Illi|)foti0ll. A fcCt Of Blldl documents inny bo obtained fioni J. W. Mcyci,' KiiBlnccr, tjlytlicvlllc, AiMuvsns. upon dejx>»ll of 'llnce Ktollnis <$JOO>. 'Ihls deposit will £W:I ;>^l ! V v ', I -'fit t i^. EWd potidltlon' HJtliln « drafter'.-f' the receipt, of Mdv -•-.•'• fi.^- •-< 'Jlie character 'an<j> amounts of i ctCiuHy to lie (uri]lshC-d by each' -•* blfklpt* ni-n 'clnfaW l..i »t>.* . ^ .-..,.. y/ lu ^ iuu|isiifu DV each ->^ Wd<ler are 'stated In* t!' e -above - ' Hieuttoncd bids. :-' . ) \ J,,* <• i Ho btjl inay be withdrawn, wrier' '" (he whcdulwrctosltig time jor re, r.Plnt. nr W/lp ' r*.. ?Ji1 ,__ .' .. \-. be refunded ,lo cadi actual upon rer' . The Board of Coimnlssioncis'rc- SMVCA tho il e !u to icjcct any to alt bids nnd to waiver informalities- • DRAINAGE DISTRICT NUMBER SEVENTEEN of Mississippi, County, Arkansas, 13. A* LYNCH, Scci clary-Tic.ismcr. Hut Publication: June 29, July 3 l.iu)l I'nbDcnlioii: July 8tli Open Letter to the Citizens of Arkansas Affiliated Rice Interests of Arkansas ,>is a quotiition from Sectlpn j'ol tills Act: "Saict lieer Consumers Sales Ta.\ shall be levied nt the rate of three dollars and fifty con<s «i.50) per barrel oi tliirty-two (32) gallons, (ami propprtlnroucly for l.,tftcr und smaller quantities) and shall be C ol- . leered by the wholesaler from the nailer,.who /,, turn shall pnw mid tax to.the consumer, if the retailer elects, by an incivaw in (lie retail price of beer of no more than one cent per bpitto or glnsa of approximately twelve ounees," , in ; .' ' t ",i iul / 1 ' tlon " 1 US on 1)ccr is one ceiit R er bottle. Therefore, you can a lUc Iwtllc of beer for lOc plus lc tin. for » fotsil of llc-or 9 15c'borth> of beer for JSc plus Ic.ttw for n tola! of We. " th? .S'V. 1118 t0 ymir attcntlo » l)ccausc rcco "' s •!»« that a substantial increase in , tho tost of beer to consumers sharply decreases the total consumption of beer S±^±^^^ .idd.Hon, such a reduction in beer consumption will defeat the purpose of this Consumers Sales Tax, namely, to produce more revenue for the State of Arkansas Federal revenue will likewise be decreased. We ask, therefore, that the retailers of Arkansas co-operutc to protect the Rice Growers mid thus protect an importmil'homo living up to the spirit of this act which provides for sm increase in price of only tho lc additional tax. Such an action on the part of Arkansas retailers will, in turn, protect their customers by permitting them to continue to buy beer at ;i price that is within reach of their pocketbooks. v Affiliated Rice Interests of Arkansas •mm THIS I PAY OHLY rw$ for beer formerly costing lOc il pjr/ce of f A beer IOC for beer formerly costing ?5c Retail price of beer JX" Jfe fe New tax Total New tax & Total

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