The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 11, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 11, 1936
Page 3
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THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 1930 BLYTHKV1LLK. (AUK.) COIMIICR NKYVS houseeilests of Mr. nnd U. ~ . I $10,000 Investment in New Equipment Made al Local Gin Plan! A $10.000 Installation of ' Ml extracting, cleaning and conditioning equipment Ims been completed at Ihc R. D. Hiighes gin on South Broadway mid the en- lire eight-stand gin plant has been reconditioned. The new equipment, consisting of two batteries of Mitchell cx- trocting and cleaning units, which will separate hulls and fash from Ihc cotton while It Is being acted iilion by regulated currents of healed air under a newly patented process, will p iu . for itself In Hie value which it will add to the lint cotton. R. n. Hughes, owner, and manager of the gin] said. The- installation, it was nn- noimccU by tile Mitchell company, large manufacturers of cotton ginning and cleaning machinery, «-as the, single shipment of equipment of Hits kliu ever made by tlieni. Holland Nwnx Nofcn Mrs. Millie Stivers was hostess to 12 members of Mayflower Camn No. 0304, R. N. A., Tuesday. Arrangements were made for the initiation of five new members at the next meeting, to be held a the home of Mrs. Beatrice Brad ford. The W. M. LT. of Holland Bail- . list church present "Look Mrs. W. serl, Lake- Catherine "tuber. ^ j Couchwoocl candy, Hot Mrs, Reuben : Puckelt and -son, mhiernl water. <eroy, left Wednesday to visit Mr. r^ig^_~yj^^^; uid Mrs, Pat 1'iersoii at Memphis. Mrs, Bessie Gates and daughter, Virginia, are spending a few days .n St. Louis with Mr. and Mrs. I'oin Thompson nnd Miss Dorothy dates. Misses Huth nnd Juanltn Tnivis of Dcwllt, 'Ark., visited Mr. nnd Mrs. Bill Sherwood last week. cookies Spring: The hippopotamus lias' the second largest mouth In the world, yol eats only PAGK THRU* Blythevills String Beans Served Presidential Party Green beans packed by the lily- Iheville Canning Co. \vcrs served President and Mrs. Roosevelt nnd members of their mrty yestsrdav at an "Arkansas Traveler dinner" at Couc'mvood, home of Ha'rvey. Couch, near Hot Springs. The menu, according ID press reports, was made «p clilelly of Arkansas products and included :-barbecued b:ef. barbecued lamb. Arkansas fried cliicken, baked hickory smoked ham, South Arkansas parsley p-.-»ato;s, Blytheville striivs I beans. Mnlvern rolls, Centennial tea Rockjxu't colVee, Oxark salad-<les- UUSINERS & POf.ITICAT I,UTTERS A SPECIALTY Work neat, cheap & quick Veterans Service Work All Kinds Blank Forms Curtis J. Little 'iale Bids. HOT~COFFEE SRItVKD Vl'HKHH IT'S COOL Have your mid-mornina cm> In the AIR CONDITIONED Coffee Shop at HOTEL NOBLE Out. Lizzie," a three-act comedy at the high school auditorium on Fi"inv. .rune 19. Mrs. J. p. Knight, of Portase- vllle, Mr. and Mrs. Miller, Miss Nell Adams, of Portageville, Mrs lionnie Grccnwell, of'Hayli. and Mrs. llortense Gainer aiid small son, nillie, of Austin, Tex., spent Wednesday at Mr. and Mrs I I, Fisher's. Miss Oma Dell McCrary was the guest last week ciici of her • brother, James McCrary, of Hayti Supi. and Mrs. W." 1 Meyers and daughter, Dixie Gene, tire spending a few days hi Jackson nnd Cape Ghardeau. Mrs. Thelnia Thompson and daughter, Beth, left Wednesday for Denver, Col., where they will be guests of Mrs. Lynn Buckley for a month. Little Carl Anthony Lilllc, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Little, is recovering from a serious attack of colitis. He \vns taken to Memphis, Friday for examination ajul_ treatment. __. I Mr.","(Tnd" Mrs. Frank' Smith, "of- Cape Glrardcnu, Mr. and Mrs. 1 P.uby Parks nnd Mrs. Ruth Bar- . ber, of Blytlievilb, were week end W GULF5PRAY H£ AllVAYf 0£7f Hit BUG! ^*JV StIU- Gulfspray is certain rltatl) (o raosqui- toes. Kills moths, flics, bed bugs, roaches and other insects, too. Stainless. Mild, pleasant odor. 49c a pint at neighborhood and department stores and Good Gulf Dealers. Bakery Specials ALL DAY - - FKJDAY. KATUUDAY & SUNDAY Walnut Layer Cake, layer ll)c -'--• '..." _- -- „, ,. , , L ,_ Raisin Bread, loaf gc •P'arkerhouse Bolls, doz. 8c Doughnuts., doz. lie Coconut Wafers, doz. 5c Cup Cakes, asst. flavors, doz, lllc Allcniinn (iirrn All Orders Specials for BUTEREG Hour 5 to 6 P. m. Only . Hoi Koll?, I'hiin, Do/.cn ...................... ,\ f Cup Cakes, Do/en ............................ (li: Lady Klngcr.v. Doyen .......................... (if Cinnamon Hulls, Dozen ...................... Sc Pineapple and Wu'iuil Wafers, Dozen ... ..... .. lie Special Miisli- by the "Tenncssi'i- WhiinnurwUls" Blytheville Baking Co. Listen to (he liutercff l'roj;rnin Over KI.CN - II (o 11:30 Daily "THESE-VALUED CAN'T BE,:BEATEN!',' HATHING CAPS W RURBEU HATH- ING SUITS SUN IIKl,i\!CTS 25c Value 19° SHAVING NEEDS .Enders Kit/or, And 5 liladcs . . 35e 35c in'gram Cream . 2!lc 35e" l.ife Buoy Cream 2!k 50c MeKesson's Lotion 39c 50c Aqua Velva ... . .!3c INSECT KILLERS Fly funeral, I't. .. 50c .'A Pt. .. 25c; Ql. ., 75c Daisy Fly Killer .. 20e Fly Tox,' 1/2 I'l. .. ;if,c Fly Tox, I'l (idc Fly. Spray 2f>c liee lirancl H)c, 2, r >c, 5Uc FIv Swatters l()c (3 for 25c) §1.25 AHGOTAiNMi TAHLHTS SI.50 IMNKHAiM'Si COMI'OUN!) ; IU9 silk- CIIAiMliKKLAlN LOTION SUN ' GLASSES to Kvc in Paris P«iv- tler. Coloirne Free ELECTRIC 8 Inch SOAI'S L.VKO! Health Soaji, . 3 liars for 25e \Vo»(ll)iiry, 7c, ,'i for 20c Cashmere Boii(|iiet, 3 liars for 2r>c Lux Soap, 3 for /. 25c Sterling Health Soap liar -... DC THAT 6IRL- OVER THERE RECEIVED FOR A STORY- A MAGAZINE? AND SPEAKIM6 OF JURIE5-A VERDICT FROM ANY WOULD SAY: is THE BEST PLACE IN TOWH FOR PEOPLE TO PATRONIZE SPECIAL INTRODUCTORY PACKAGE CASHMERE BOUQUET Lotion 50c Soap lOc 60c Value 50c JEHCJKN'S LOTION 5flc HIND'S LOTION LISTEKINK 75c Value DEODORANTS 50c Reodo Powder . 39c GOc Nonspi .13c GOc Mum 'li)c COc Odorono -Iflc DENTAL NEEDS 50c Calox Powder .. liilc 50c Pepsoilent Paste ;^3c 5flc Ipana Paslc . • 39c 50e Prophylactic IJrush ; 30c 50c Dr. West Hrush -I7c oOc Tck lirush .... !i9c SI.20 SAL HEPATICA HISODOL SI Value All 50c CHILL OftC TONICS dj 25c HLACK DRAUGHT SOc SYRUP HLACK DRAUGHT MILK MAGNESIA [?QC McKesson's. (J":irt Uw I'OND'S CREAM 35c Size Pond's .. 25r 55c Size Pond's .. 3flc S3c Size Pond's .. fl«le Pond's Tissues, 500 Sheets .... 23i- I'KICKS FOR I H1DAY AND SATURDAY l^resli Juicy Mexican. Each SOAP, (> liars .... 25c I'OWDRIl, 12 TOMATO JU1C KU SJ" 6 C TOBACCO' KAFFEEHAG.^39 COUNTRY CLUIt > 2</ 2 Ca'ti \VONDALE 2W Can CRACKERS Coiinlrv Cluh Lire, llox If.t flled. liox Litllc Plain or S. U. 2.1-11). .Slick ... . 7!U 2- b. box I5c GADI While Slide 1'olish IflC Hollle 10 O(]iAD Crystal While ou^y Hiu- Li.u;lil House] IIKo -l-ll). tin !Sc jUfjKET lccCrBHjl8 ^25 u GINGER ALE 2 ii If Wcsco 1/2 l. SALT Mvles I! for I ARI) 1>l "' e ''""'• dn " ••• f)2c ' 8lh. cln. SI.02 AlIltACLE DrcEsintr, PI 2'lc WHIP Spread/I't 24c •SftDA'WATER LtlO 0 FLY SPRAY Tr "Zi2r BRAN VIM , \ If VINEGAR. Hulk Gallon 15° Cotilrollcd duality Sirloin, Lit. 33c Lamb Roast Armour Star Pounil LUNCH MEAT, HOME BAKED HAM, POTAi0 SALAD, PIMENTO CHEESE AT Clear SFARElBS Fl 'ti,. 17 <: X BOLOGNA '" Clol 'y VEAL LOAF Soas °S ITf FRESH FISH Fresh Kivcr LI). BABY UED SNAI'l'KK Lb. Dressed Lh. SHRIMP Fresh BITTER '• c - ""!'.„. RATON Cn " n(r - v Club 10 C D/UAm Slic. y t I.I) I'kK 1" BACON CHEESE Wis - No - , !, 19 C CHEESE Cottage. Hulk 101C GROUND BEEF F 1?15 C Home Haked HAM Pound Sli. Itoilcd HAM Pound Controlled (}«alily Thick Rib. Lh 19c Fcv. Chuck. Lh. Full Dressed 2-11). Av. L!>. Best Compound Pound

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