The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1938 · Page 6
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 6

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, March 25, 1938
Page 6
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PAGE SIX 4-H Club News Notes • • Shady Crave The Shady Grove junior-Adult 4-H Club met at the home of the leader, Mr. 'Sam Price, Thursday night for (lie regular monthly meeting. The meeting was called to order by the president, Olio I Griffin.' 'Hie roll call and minutes' of [lie last meeting were read by Miss Pear) Neeley, secretary, nnd the following program was given: sonj, "Home on the Range" by .-H Club members; talk on how to care for baby chickens, Pearl Neeley; song, "Tumble Weeds" by Johnnie Cnlllns, Joe Mnsscy and Otto Oriflin; talk on how to raise hogs by Aaron Williams; song, "Indian Bnby" by Jw Massey; talk on how to raise cotton by Otto Griffin; sons, "I Only Want a Buddy, Not n Sweetheart," by Johnnie Cnlllns; talk on the Llve- at-Homc prosram by Miss Cora Lee Colemnn, home demonstration agent; talk on the 4-H Play Tournament by D. S. Lantrlp, county .agricultural agent; son?, "Two Lovers Met Qt the Old Garden Cate" by Pear; ;;ecley. Talks on tiic Mllowlng subjects were selected for the next program: "Heller ' Yards", Elvlna UoUlir'd-; "Clotiiin:;". Jewel Williams Goodson. Pearl Ntclfy was elected mire- BMTHBVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NUWS THEATER Man lender. After Die business sesslo!) the re- iimliider of the evening wius s|>eiit III playing Barnes. The hostess, ,\frs. Mnrlc Cuiuns, r.nd. Miss Pearl Necley. assisted by Mrs. Kathryn IJrooin, Mrs. Elvlna Bellinger, Hulh Griffin nnd Irene Fleemnn served refreshments of chicken sandwiches nnd hot chocolate to the 32 members present. All monitors nre urged to be present, every Thursday nijht for tlie weekly meetings. Swif.t, Mo. Notes The enroJJtneiii the school Is steadily Increasing. Among the new students who Jiavc entered nrc: Noal and Roberl Mitchell, former student* of Itigram Rl*re school, who enrolled this week; Mildred, Velrna, oncj Hazel Savage, school playgrounds played their opening games of the season with [Stanley school. The Swift lyjys lost, ijy one point, while the girls summer entered schcol students, who re- last week; Peru-ley Mae emerged victorious over Stanley girls with n score of 30 to 14. The girls also defeated the Concord team with a 3 to 0 score. .Stanley will play a return game with Swift Friday afternoon. D. b. Polls was .the guest of Stephen POD!, of Stanley, nnd at- viuu o.uuiuiiy. _nie_ softball teams of the Swift. I Dave CrevoisK-r, Hie postmaster ami MfJIiml stokps went fishing oti tne "Uia Mule Ditch" last week nnd caught a "ten-pounder"—a turtle. Mrs. prank Johnson, of East Poi-tauevllle, Is visiting her grandson, Prank Crevolsler. .Howard Crnyne, Henry Sud- clarths, Trees Patrick ond Earl Lcdbettcr, who were victims of the tornado, arc •showing .slight improvement. Mrs. Ploye Kcacli, of Charleston, .--. C.. Is visiting her sister. Mrs. Harvey Woinhle, nnd family FRIDAY, MARCH 25, } 938 Town May Save on Soap PINE BUSH, N. Y. tUP)-Tlils village Is considering Installation of a water softening plant which would, experts estimate, permit thr villagers to use about, one-sixteenth the amount of soap now required with "hard" water. Thief Likes Ice Cream MASSIL1XDN, O. (UP) — A thief raided the Henry Vogelgesnng dairy cooler, escaped with 20 quarts of ice cream, 144 ice cream bars, several pounds of butter. ILast week's winner, Miss Margaret Taschner v/ill receive the (prize at Western Auto Associate Store Each week one of llic merchants on this page will a wan) a $2.,)0 book 1. Identify the person whose silhouette appears in the larger ad. The 2. Write vvhaf yon consider (« lie a K<KH| advcrtssinir sloj,'!'" '' L hcard or seen, or you may original THE PERSON WHO SUBMITS V ANNOUNCED THE FOLLOWING KKIDAY. ' '" ' ' Nhlt ' FREE EACH WEEK i. The object of this fascinatinjf game is "" «;., «,h of-IheT^IilM^.tp^ Ar^^e^v^vrS 1 b "e t^^S ^c^W,'A r ^,£ refmlll - v m)t ovw a "'"«" w«r«ls in each M ' "" ""' V IDENTIFY HIM and WIN A PRIZE WHO IS IT? Try This Silhouette Game-It's Fun »R HEC^^^'^^^^I^'NE i?ST5 K S2Sffi a^5v p S^85 !™2?,5 S'-H«»«™ FREE An Innertube Will He Given Free with each purchase of a Davis Deluxe or Safety Grip Tire GUARANTEED AGAINST" EVERYTHING HUT P1RB OR THEl'T F0!t 18 TO U MONTHS ADJUSTABLE AT ANY WESTERN AUTO STOKE PRICES 30'*' Lower In Price Titan 01 her Cnmpurutive Tires Western Auto Associate Store Klythcvilli 1 , Ark. SPECIAL-- While Our Stock Lasts! Old Schenley \ 4i/ 2 and 5l/ 2 Years Old BONDED WHISKEY % Pts. 90c - Pt s . $1.75 £T? in t(Hl!1 - v nnd ^ « 1)0ltl " . 1 t llled in Boml Whiske >'- RK- - "We have Ihe whiskcv vnu want a( (he price you want to pa y." ' HALL'S WHISKEY STORE 124 East Main St. Blylheville, Ark. *vx7i, ,,., . '. , A-S NIGHT, MARCH 2!), THIv WINNBR ON ,1, UK NOW YOU CAN AFFORD THE BEST IN PLUMBING FIXTURES WORKMANSHIP! The "Jftnir-put-off" plans of Moderni/.in K the plumbin.* in your home can now he realised. We can secure direct "ser- vicc for you IhrouRh Ihe F.H.A. and will he e lad io furnish estimates and advice at any time. Come in twlav or tomorrow and let's talk it over. A Source Of Pride? Your bathroom tan be if you have it "!''ix- ed up" the modern way. Save yourself the ilrwltfcrv of itn old-fashioned htithroom and , llS M n A < Jv ernii!e Jt - Y °U*«AN afford (his work NOW by lettinjr , )s sct . llre an F f , A loan fur you. DO THIS NOW! WHO IS IT? Even if he ,i-:is not a prominent !ne:\l merchant, this man's activities with ;i certain erganization u-oitfl make him well known. Do you know him? Last week's silhouette vras that of Turn IV. JacksoiuV- ' ' We Offer Direct Service On An F. H. A. Loan 'THIS IS NO GAMRI.E . . . It's a .simple fact that YOU fan NOW afford to do all the things f or your Bathroom (hat you have planned. Talk with t,s about (he F.H.A loan. Convince yourself . . . No«! Look At Your Kitchen TRY TO SEE IT AS OTHER PEOPLE SEE IT 'PETE' The Plumber 109 NO. FIRST PHONE 103 Nellie's GLENCOE GRILL SUNDAY'S MENU Regular Dinner r>()( . Cream of Tomato Soup or Gr.ipc Juice Punch «ilf. evory meal. CHOICE OF MEATS: Stuffed Leg of Veal with Jelly BaVed Chicken with Gravy Fresh Fro* L»« s „„ roast Pried Chicken and Cream Gravy CHOICE OF VEGETABLES: Baked Cheese Potatoes r«i and Asparagus Loaf stuffed Boll Pe inwrs Lime Rock Jello Salad DESSERT: Peach Ice Box pi c Parker House Rolls . . . Cornbread Coffec '«" Tea Mllk ^CHOICE OF Meals, Vege- «rc tables, Dessert vw NOTICE: o j c , Mr< G "' in f" 00 * 1 "*'" is our Chef 2nd & Ash Sts. Phone 638 ISny Your Children's Easter Outfits NOW Hoys' KAYNEE Wash Suits $1.59 to $2.98 Sizes 2 to fi Girls' CINDERELLA SHIRLEY TEMPLE DEANA DURBIN Dresses io $5.95 Sizes 1 to 10 JACK APPLEBAUM 301 W. Main Phonc 8Q ; Too Late Don't gamble with the protection of your loved ones. IT'S TOO LATE to secure Burial Protection on yourself after you are gone. ATTEND TO THIS MATTER TODAY! Remember also that every member in the family can have protection on them. AVe issue Hurial Protection to all persons from (he ages of :) months to 00 vears. Safe - - - Rapid AMBULANCE SERVICE HOLT FUNERAL HOME Walnut and Droadwav Phone 30 .1 H APPY GROCERY & H OUfi MARKET 109 W. MAIN DELIVERY PHONE 15 FREE SATURDAY APRII, 2m) FREE GROCERIES FREE -HOW-- Inquire at the store about these free groceries. Come in as soon as possible. Watch our ad next Friday for further announcement. Everyone Must Have a Happy Time At The Happy Hour Grocery RITZ A ND ROX Y Program From Mar. 26 to April 2 RITZ Saturday "Cassldy of the Bar 20" with William Boyd and Frank Darien. Serial: "Secrets of Treasure Island." Sunday and Monday "Gohhvyn Follies" with Edfnr Bcreen and Charlie McCarthy. Tuesday "Maiil's Night Out" with Joan Fontaine and Allen l^ne Wednesday and Thursday "Jc/cbcl" with Belle Davis and Henry Fonna. Friday "Hawaii" with Robby Krcen and Jaunila Quigley. ROXY Saturday "Code of the. Rangers" with Tim McCoy Sunday and Monday "Irfivt, Honor and Behave" witli Wayne Morris and Pihcllli Uiie. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, PAI, NIGHTS "She's Got Ertrylhlne" with Gene Raymond and Ann Fcthtrn Friday "Call of (he Rockies" with Charles Slarrett. •<*

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