The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 29, 1930 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, August 29, 1930
Page 3
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1030 BLYTHRVILLB, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 5/ee/e Society -Personal Jumper Lands in Grandstand PAGE THRE* E. E. Wright was called lo New Orleans, La., the latter parl of last week to be \vlih his daughter, Miss Marjoria Wright who is In :i very serious condition in one or the'hos- pitals llieri 1 . SVc lusvi not learntci iln- particulars, but hnpo tniu i'. u'ill not l>e anything M-.ioib:. W. 'I 1 ., liiiiley \vas In Menipni '1'i.fMlfty, where he was 10 take Isetitmint.s I'rom his physician. Mrs. 1. B. Stewart and Miss .Eli/alieth Holiipetei 1 of lilythevillc. .•.'eie the gm-s'S ol Mr.s. Stewart's daughter. Mrs. G. G. Travis, Sunday evening. Mr. Raymon and Miss Mnrioi. WrlglH Kjjtni, last week in poim:. of Tennessee whore they were vis- I'.ing relatives. Tnclberl Bishop has returned l:oine and has accepted a position .U the Standard Oil Co., in this My. Miss Cathleen Smith was the •--«i of Miss Leila Weintsfield at Cooler Sunday, .. o. v^.j ^|jjiictr spoilt Tuesday with her son, Paul Eugene M.i- oroudt jr., at Joiner, Ark. Mrs. W. T. JJeLisIc and dau^h- I tcr Betty, motored to Portageville • Monday nherc- tney were joined DJ , Mr. and Mr.s. Harrison BoDne aiui motored on 10 Cape Girurdeau to visit relatives. Tney returned .Wednesday. . ; Irfissti Mildred Vick and Velma Slander motored to Blyt.iaviUe Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Claude 'Davenport, belief j known here as Miss Siimantha Jor : . dan. and sister Mrs. Maude Jordan Bunkm'ity, both of .Chicago, arrived 1 Tuesday for an extended visit with relatives here and ut Cooler. David Crockett, and Otho May motored lo Caruthersville Sunday. Miss Sallie Hanira is back al her store liere after being away on her vacation for some time. Mr. and Mrs. D. T. DoLisle and daUB-iier, Betty, motored to Por- I-- ">„ q..r>rt a y where iliey were Slsltirig relatives.. ; .1 .ransaeted business in Blylhevllle Monday morning. " Mr. and Mrs. Austin Ellis and ben, Jackie, spenl last week-end wiili Ihe former's parents at Sum- iier, III. ' Miss Iniojjene Manniuy is suffering with a sprained llgam?nl in her right leg. We hope that slu will be able to be out again soon. Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Ellis returned fiom Dallas. Tex., Saturday night. Rev. Ellis has been attending! Southern Methodist University. Mrs. J. H. Workman and sons James Henry nnd John Elmer. , spent Friday with relatives at Por- I tageville. Miss Eva Carlock of.D.ingoln. III., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. 1'ender this week. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Alexander yo nnd J. J. Johnson of Blylhevllle | {liroc stores. In wlilch will be lo- ! wllhln the next week. There 1ms were the guests of Miss Delclc cntr-d a tarber shop, a restaurant, | been much plcklnu iiround here. 'Stewart Tiie^dny atternooii. i"i« a iTCrchnmlWnn establishment, land business coiulltlons are oxpm- Mr. and Mrs. Harry Itiirton are I Tlio fronts of (licso stores hnve Ihe proud parents of a son. bom lai«e windows, with un iillnu-ilve Sunday. bh:e-i;ray tllo, Tlu> first Mori' to be occupied will be Lacy Adams' : rcsiniirani, ns tlie llxlurcs are Ix 1 - I Tlce Barne. Parker Turner, Floyd N'eeley and Clarence Matthews went to New Madrid on « burning trl|/ i the llrst of the week. i Mrs, Rose CJocdman and son, of St. Louis were the guests of Volma Shriulrr Tuesday night. yirx. J. r. Neeley and children spent Tuesday nlglit with Mrs. J. b. Smith ut Ulylhevllle jcd to Improve within (lie nrxi lw> weeks. ln« ihsuutrd lodny. Malheny aiul UOM'iiboiK .sluti-d that they »oulc move in on the llrsl. Manila Merchants On Buying Trips This Week Tlir.VIlK KVKRVWHKHl: LONDON, AMJ-. 20.— Airports arc ! .hey hadn't expected when Bert White, parachute' Jumper, dropped right into a grandsland seal. Note ho,- ,he crowd is scanning, ' big parachute fclder ou:>r the crowd, but no une \vas injured. Spectators al the National Air Rac?s at Chicago received one thrill Manila to Battle Grubbs Nine Today MANILA. Ark., Aug. 20.— Tin Manila baseball club will face Orubbi on inc.- loail diamond this i afternoon. Onibbs Is reported to have one of tin; best semi-pro onl- lils In tliat section of the country, and are making a lour of Bono, Manila and Moneltc. They play here today and Saturday. Shoffner has not annouiccd Ills pitching- selection for the opening game. j 'Bowling Alley Opens At Manila This Week MANILA. Ark.. Aug. 29.— The Manila Uowllng alley will open tonight In the .stoie next to the Kliiij building on North Main. This Is Ihe firnl bowling alley the town ha.'. had. It will be under Ihe manaye- mem of W. IX McClelsh of New ' "''" Tenn Al> ***** ""''^Uoi MANILA, Ark., Aug. 29.— Several local merchants have spenl th,> week In St. Louis buying their fall merchandise. Mr. and Mr.s. Max Boro-.vsky with their daughters li-fi Sunday morning. Lee Rosi'iib'.'ig >'ra sprlnfung uji in every country In the world In the mountainous countries as well as level imllons In the Swiss mountains Swit/pr- land Is uiiciatinv; six Hum from Us various anpoits. Down in far-otf Veiie/uplii lliero an: now IS air- ixirti and landing fields. All <)[ an' owned by the government and are used for military ; An elcctilc-powmxl movie cr.m- cnpablc of lurnlng out UOU . . . . left Sunday, and Mr. und Mrs. A. pictures an hour, and uin'ralcd by ; )ii\rtid Monday nl«ln. I merely iiuslilnu n biittim, has lirr-n , Qrovrr de)ii\r Snider Intends to ' p?rfcctcd. i dies would be permitted to play | lri!e ' He promised that order would i be kept at all times. and daugliter, Fern Lee of St.] of Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Ellis tlie Mrs. L. W. Weaver is spending [ first part of (he week. this week with her brothers in St. j transacted 'business here Wednes- !i Louis. Louis are here visiting friends and relatives. Miss Fay McClure of Cooler was the guest of MUs Adelle Zahn;.Friday. Little Miss Lonncll Jordan o: Cooler spenl last week-end with 'Miss Adelle Zahner. MLss Ruby Spencer is 'the guest of Mrs. Charlton Crane jr.. al Ulytheville this week. . Miss Evelyn Biggarl • of Cooler j spent last, week-end with Mrs. J. j j .R. Morgan. . A. J. Earls, Thomas Laden. Abner Ashcraft and Ihe MU^fS Evelyn Biggart, Ruby and Frankle Spener enjoyed a swimming party al Cotton Wood Point Sunday after- loon. Miss Ketha Crest spent las' week-end with friends at Ruleville. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wallace and family are visiting ' relatives in Tencssee. B. B. Sanders of Cariilhersville Mr.s. V. P. Ellis and son. Bobbie Paul of; Biytheyille were the guesiv day. -Mrs. Dorothy Hamra was taken to tin; Blythevllle liospltal Monday for treatment. Mrs. l-'lora Pinnell will start her , school at Deerlng Monday. Mesdames R. B. Nolen, O. Shon- New Berry Building Finished at Manila MANILA, Ark.. Aug. 29.—Tile latest addition to the business addition of Manila has been completed this week. It Is the Berry biilldinr on North Main, which ts constructed of brick. The building include 1 "- Extra Special —~— ' THK WORLD'S MOST. FAMOUS WAVE EUGENE Given Round Curl. Swirl or Marcel. Operators. by Ex|>erl Licensed NOTICE!.The Geunine Eugene Supplies are used which asshres a beautiful, deep, lasting wave with sinarl ringlet ends. Shampoo and Wave Sft 51,00 EloJs Beauty Skoppe Rnrum's Drug SU Phone 505 Eagle holds its old friend* and makes thousands of new ones yearly. Because Ea^le is a purer and finer flavored malt syrup.— Zats Why. Send a label from a can of Eagle Malt to Eagle Malt Extract Co., Memphis, end receive Kin? Zats Bed Time story book free. ,GLE MALT SYRUP "'ul .Ability— Phis the Wiliingtiess to Serve" OH Security Built !>.V Service Hew Can You Carry All Your Money- and yet carry none? Simply by opening a Checking Account with this strong institution. With a check book in your pocket, all of your funds are instantly available — yet they are safe in the bank. They cannot be misplaced, burned or stolen. Why take chances? Instead, why not come in and open a Checking Account at this bank today? THE FARMERS BANK & TRUST CO. The Oldest Bank in Blytlieville Under State and Federal Supervision It's Easy To Order ly Phone. CALL 177 And it can \IK done as efficiently us il' you fame here dully. We assure yon that only the linest yuiility of foodstnfTs will he delivered. Of course we welcome :i visit from you, hut if time is pressing order by phone, We Offer These Suggestions cMULLIN'S CASH GROCERY A Home Institution 49c HI-Ui Limit With Other (irorcrk'S SNOWDRIFT $1.05 CABBAGE Nico (Jrct-n, Pound 2ic CTTFirfc Kxlni Ho;ul 7c LEMONS IKiO's Sunkisl, Ho/en 30c ONIONS Large Calif. Spanish, Pound POTATOES No. 1 Iluil. Triumph, I'cck 55c POTATOES No. 1 White I'eck Sacks 45 c TOMATOES Home Clrowii I'ound 5c BUTTER BEANS In Shell round 15c SWEET POTATOES Pound 5c GREEN FIELD PEAS Pound Tie TURNIPS ON TOPS Hunch es For 25c MUSTARD GREENS Huiiehes 1-or 25c Corn On Cob, :\ l-'or lOc Potatoes Per Peck 35c BANANAS Fitiu:}' Yellow Fruit Pound 5c P&GSOAP 10 Jiars 31c SUGAR 10 Pounds M mm With Other (iroierie.s *l / C FLOUR 21-Mis S. & I'. $1.00 JAR RINGS U. S. Double Lip, II For 25c HOMINY CR1TS I'illsluiry's Hi'.st, lOc PORK & BEANS Hecchnut 2 K« 25c 'o No. 2'/> Can Each 21 c FLOUR (Jilt Edne 2.1 I'ound, Kiich 85c TOMATOES L'unty Home ' drown, Pound 8c FLOUR Gilt Edfic 2.1-Lbs 75c PINEAPPLE s * r £i S*r 25 c Helmontc, Mclba Halves Halves, No. 2'/ 2 CREAMERY BUTTER 45 c VEAL CHOPS found 20c SPRING LAMB CHOPS I'ound 25c SHOULDER PLATES I'ound 15c BELOTEJ Groceries & Meat Market Phone 177 We Deliver VIENNA SAUSAGE L - v ' s 2 For 23c Full Dressed Pound HENS !•'nil Dressed, Pound 27c BEANS lily the villc Cut 1 AM No. 2 Can 1UC HAMS Half or Whole Pound\ 28c MIXED SAUSAGE Pound lOc ICviiporatcd All Brands Tails or 6 Small Cans 25c NUT OLA Pound CHUCK ROAST K. C. Host Pound PURE PORK SAUSAGE REELFOOT PURE PORK SAUSAGE COCOA Monarch *J 4 -^ Pound Package ^t A C M;icaroni - spa or Noodles. :l For SOAP Grandma's ID liars For CORN On Cob, Dozen 25c °« 5c COFFEE Maxwell House Pound 35 c

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