The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 11, 1938 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 11, 1938
Page 3
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PAGE SIX; BLYTOBVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS , Dyess^Personals' Miss Helen v -"shaw lias returned from Little Rock where she was : called becnuse of the death of Mrs. P. I. Tibbetts. Miss Shaw svas nc- companled back to the colony by Mtss Mary Best' who spent the week end In Dyess. Mrs. Harvey Gray, wite of the Baptist minister here, Is seriously ill at her home. Mrs. O. L. Robinson of Enrle, president of Forrest City District A. P. W. C., was n visitor nt Ihe colony recently. Benton aiceiilijw of Tnckcrni.ii) is here visiting his sister, Miss Ciirnel'.c Grcenhaw, technician at. the Dyess hospital. Miss Oroenlmw and her brother spent Weclne«lay In Memphis shopping. Mr. n»<l Mrs. Garland Scolt and MLss AUIoc Wllford x'slted Iti Jonesboro Wednesdny. Mrs. \v. L. Williams spent. Sun- clay In Wilson visiting her spn, Calvin Williams, and family, Tfic nycss Colony council of p. T. A. sponsored a benefit Bhow al Dycss theater Monday and Tuesday nights, Twenty dollars profit family linve returned from uite was realized rjy the '.sponsors "ami Village where they were called to | will be used in payment, on the the bedside of Mrs, Scott's mother, j piano and enrtnJns for the lilgli Mrs. J, W. Edwards. who has been , .school auditorium. seriously 111; I Miss iculhrrlne Minis, daughter Mrs. W. J. Gardner spent the j of Mr. and Mrs. J. it. Kchols, lias accepted a position In JJltle Rook and will assume her duties within the next few days. Rev. and Mrs. H. Lynn Wade, of Ulythoi'ile, were In tlie colony Monday on business for the Methodist church. 'ITiey were accompanied to the colony by Mrs, IT. P. Hannah also of nlythevllle. 'Die senior class of (he Dyess high school vliited Arkansas state col- j legn, Jonesboro, Monday. Wlvjle ! there (iiey attended a play, "The Merchant of Venice" given by die Mlsiier Players of Stratford on Avon, FRIDAY/MARCH 11, 1938 *rek wd Ji> Norm Uttle nock vls- Illtij her sister, Mrs. c. W. Lester. Miss Alma Gorily, graduate nurse of Slirevcport, la,, now working In Henderson, Tex., spent, the week end \vllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I;. I,. Cior-Jy, of Dyess. and made an Inspection lour of the college. They were accompanied by J. K. McGuIrc, superintendent of ; Ri'honts, un<l Ihc j(cv. Lymaii '['. | liarger. Members of the class mak- . Inj the trip were: Mary Lou Garrt- I m-r, Malcolm Cordy, ircl«n HO| 1 land, Esther McKaskle, Elvis Webb Jewel Owen, Mary Elizabeth Crawford, noberl Mtilford, Cecil Kersey, Don-is Garrclt, and Erlic Powell. Mrs. j. R. Echos has returned from Little Hock with her little daughter, Neely. who has been taking treatment in the city hospital there. Mrs. Roy Ffennell has returned from LJUle Rock where she has been taking a In book binding at the Little Ronk public i- brary. E. S. Dudley, resident manager I of Dyess Colony, left Thursday for a two weeks vacation In Florida. Mr. Dudley, w ho is recovering from a recent attack of Influenza, is' accompanied on the trip by Mrs. Dudley. While away they W H| visit Cherry Lake Farms, government colony near Mnditon. f'la. i .Mall Do? Fallliful in End i BOSTON (UP; — Donnle, the \ "mall dog," is dead. For three ! yrstri the gallant. ('Orf:er spaniel ..saw to it that the moil ojj Hie Chestnut Hill route went Ihrougl When tiie regular carrier Patrlc Flaherty took time off, Doimfe made the rounds with the substitute. 5,400 Pennies for Taxi's NE WBEDFORD, Mass. <UP)~ Clerks In the New Bedford treasurers office had a busy time when Antone Tnlunes laid down MOO pennies as part payment of a $200 tax bill. $2.50 BOOK OF THEATER EACH WEEK - THE PERSON WHO <U HIM n't WHAT TIM.' imw'ro /•AVUH\IMI V,",, r, ./;„ , p I *'* ' P rer eral)ly not over a dozen words in each s ORIIII. '1-HK ffi THK WB WM.^ ^ A i.i ''Sf^NNFJ "r«W?R^^ Wmi (:OIUfI ' X:T '"RNTIKfCATION OF THK PERSON ' ANNOUNCED THE TO),LOWING PRIIUY WINNLR. ANSWKRS MUSI UK HfcCBIVKl) AT THK COl'IMKR NEWS OfFICK KKFORIC TUK8IMY NIGHT, J IDENTIFY HIM and WIN A PRIZE WHO IS IT? Try This Silhouette Game-It's Fun some clever advertising phrase yon have WHOSE SILHOUKTTk AI'PBARS ON MARCH 15. THK WINNKR WII,I, UK GLENCOE SUNDAY'S MENU T-Bonc Steak Dinner Regular Dinner Orange and Grape Triilt Coekdill or Cram »f Tnmnlii Soup \Vitli Kvcry Olrmer CHOICE OF JURATS': Country Vr\cA Clih'kpn anil Cream O.rav)' Breaded Veal C'ullcls i.ninb u-llli Jt-llv; Haked Clilcltrn with Dressing CHOICE OV VEGETAISI.KS: Baked rntatnts AnGratlii" Corn txiaf . 1'fas ami Carrots Pinra|j|;k' Salad Hot Rolls .',' ....... Tra ......... Cnffi-c ......... Milk DESSERT. Angel Foort Cake with. Whipped C'rrani IMate Lunch AE VI tables, Dessert oc^ 03 2nd & Ash Sis. Phone 6X8 Toppers For Spring Slated for new popularity (his season, and wh f v not? Is itny Coat made more dashing, more practical to coni- . plele the costume with a spring dress? The wide range of colors and styles allows just the right choice for ensembling. Sizes n «o 20 PRICED: $10.95 to $18.50 lack Applebaum 301 \V. Main I'hone SG AND FOR THE LEAST COST Mellow, mature vintage growths that reflect the skill and li«- esse of old ,- world- trained vintners. . . all wines ill reduced prices! S \VKET WINKS Port, sherry, tdkay, IViia- laea, muscatel, and many other California and iiu- i:nrtcd wines, pt 40c DRY WIN R S ISlirgimiiy, rleslliis. clarel, alicuute, satitcrnes, -iii\- fnndel and ether dry wines, pt 25u 1! t! It G U N I) I E 8 Specialty imported French Burgundies in lime well- known vintages . . . large 26 oz. linttlc at $4.50 CHAMPAGNE A grand vintage champagne of matchless bouquet anil flavor. I'i. 51.05 AM, CHOICE UQUOKS AND WINKS AT I.OWKST I'RICES \ OUR COMPLETE Stock Of Whiskeys Wines Gins And I Cordials WHO IS IT? This man farmed unlji 1027, hut since llieu has become :i well known public figure. He is a life-long resident nf Mississippi County. Vnii probably knoiv liim. Who is he? GOING FISHING? Of Course . . . what honest-to-goodness angler isn't thinking (1 f the old Fishing Hole these days? There's something about the shininij sun and the "smell" of spring that makes us all think once more of FISHING, fio hurry along Gardner and set a good spot. We'll he seeing yon. . . Lot's of luck! You'll Need NEW EQUIPMENT To Make This Season a Success See Our COMPLETE STOCK WESTERN AUTO ASSOCIATE STORE niytheville, Ark. i makes for complete satisfaction, not only in the Quality of the merchandise we handle, but in cost to yon. We invite you t6 come in the next time you want a g-ood Whiskey, Wine or Gin. We have it and at a price that will please you. We Have The Whiskey to Please Your Taste At A Price to Please Your Purse." HALL'S WHISKEY STORE Now It Is 124 EAST MAIN ST. BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. Plumbing On Credit 3 Years to Pay -.--No Cash See Me For F. H. A. Information Brine; Your Catalog With Yon If You Wish. Our Prices Are the Same as Anyone Else's. Why Not Buy Nationally known Plumbing Fixtures at the Same ['rice "PETE" The Plumber HW No. First Phone 103 • *ti^^BlS^3^Sr t^> f\. Program Fron Program From Sat. Mar. 12 to Sat. Mar. It) RITZ Saturday. March \% "HopalonR Rifles Again" with William B«ya and Oeorgr Hayes. Serial: "Mysterious Pilot." Sunday and Monday, March 13 & 14 "Everybody Slnf" with Allen Jones and Jtidv Garland. Tuesday, March IS "Wise Girl" with Miriam HopWn.5 and Rny Millnnil. Wedncsaay & Thursday, March 16 Jt 17 "Sally, Irene and alary", with Alice Faye and Fred Allen. Friday, Starch 18 "Arsene Lupin Returns" vrith Virginia Bruce and Molvyii Douglas. ROXY Saturday March 12 "Cattle Haiders," with Charles Starrctl. AUio "Serappy's Trip (o Mars" and Serial: "Tim Tyler's Luck." Sunday and Monday, March 13 & 14. "Double Danger'' with Preston Foster and Whitney Bourne. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Mar. 15, 1G j- ^ "Night Spot" irtth Allen Idnc and Joan Woodbury Friday, March 18. "Rollins Caravans" with Jack Ludhi i Fleanor Stewart. For your finest I-ai aundry use Ho- ^O Soap Uiips. ^ , 14 07. She lac £ i,l 22 07.. Si?c tin One lOc Si7.e FRKE One l,b. liox 15c with Either Si?r Two 1,1). I^OX 24C Folgers Coffee it's mountain Grown H APPY GROCERY & 109 W. MAIN FREE DELIVKUY MARKET PHONE 15 The Only Way. The only way to prolect your loved ones against thp possibilities of your passing away, is to secure protection for them. We offer yon a burial protection which we, in all sincerity, feel to be all a person could desire in <his typ« of protection. Tiiis protection costs you very little and you gel a great deal in return. Why not come in now or call m at 30 and let one of our representatives explain our protection to you. We will issue a Burial Policy (o anyone from Ihe ages of S months lo 90 years. Rapid — Safe Ambulance Service Call 30 HOLT FUNERAL HOME

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