The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1938 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX BLYTHEVIU-E (ARK,)..COURIER NEWS Canithersville Society — Peisonal ied with bnskets ot spring flowers ! In la'veridnr nnd white. Mrs. Bu•' ford TliK'catl received a velvet, ncarf ! fpr Jilgli score. Mrs. J, W. Dunnlion i was second high mid was given a vanity set. Mrs. Wnyne Ulnier ail for 'consolation nml received linen of the lisipllst Church niel Wednesday afternoon nt the church for tlielr regular monthly business meeting and f?oynl Service program. Tlie meeting was opened by singing "Come Tliou Almighty the Jolly Matrons Fntertained ! Mrs. J. E. Green was. hostess to her two table - rook elnb \Veilnes- ilay afternoon nt the home of her .sister, Mrs. Virgil Davis. The living and dining rooms were decor.it- King." Mrs. H. H. Brawn led j handkerchiefs. The hostess served devotional and Mm. George Walker a variety nl dainty sandwiches, to-j led Id prayer. Miss Annie Laurie iiiato'and pineapple salnd, nlukii-s | Tlnlon rendered a .solo, "Going and olives, cake, lee cream nnd | Home." Mrs. Charles Dorroh had coffee. W. M. V. Aid Wednesday Wuman'.s Missionary Society ; During llin of the program, "Sheaves with Hejolclns; In Africa." taken from Knyal Service. ni-tmltni. slded over by Mrs. H. M. IMeree, reports were heard from the various chairmen. The circles met for a .short lime after the wnslne.ss session and decided to hold a picnic on Thursday evening. April 21 at McFnrlund Park In Hayti. • • • Mrs. Claude Stcwiirt, and daughter lire spending several days this week with friends in Hlythevllle, | their former home. Mrs. Charles Jarobl and son of Oyersbnrg, Twin., are upending this v/eck here us gnest-s of lier jmr- FRIDAY, APRIL 8, 1038 cuts, Mr. and Mrs. l,. E. Tlmipp. Wllburn Ballard, 27, who resides on the Bob Ward farm, south of (his city, entered the St. Francis hospital, Cape Girardcaii, Mo., Thursday, tor an appendicitis operation. Dr. P. j. Aquino nccom- Ipanled him there and performed the operation.' Miss Virginia TWwell. 18, '(if tlifi Bnkervlllc Community, l«il who ; makes her home In this city with her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Olpson, fell v;hlle skating Wccl- .nesday night and dislocated her right elbow. After an X-ray examination the ami was set nnd she returned liome. Mr. nnd ' Mrs. Edward James spent Tuesday evening In Hlylhe- vllle. They were the dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Tommie Tipton. C. K, Miller, Superintendent of Schools In Sleele, spent a few hours In this city Thursday morning nUMHllnjj [ o business mailers. Mrs. W. p. Robertson. Mrs. T. M, Spldell and Mrs. Jerry Hdiaii- iiuiii drove to Memphis, Wednesday where Mrs. Robertson con- sulted her physician regarding her' physical condition. They returned' late Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mis. W. L. Cantrcll and Mrs. Hatlle Williams spent Wed-1 nesday" In Memphis. They went down to visit with Mrs. Ro.sn 1'ow- i ell who underwent an operation In u Memphis hospital Tuesday. j Hev. 11, K. Foster is holding u series of meetings at the Baptist' Chinch this week. Mr. and Mrs. | George Walker of tills elly drove | to Pascola \Vi'Jne. c /3io' evening for, the service. Mrs. Dan Fultz of Osceola, Ark., Is expected Friday of this week nnd will spend the week end as the guest of Mrs. Agatha , Wilks. Miss Hattle Lewis is spending the week In New Madrid, Mo., ns the guest of Mr. and Mrs, Sterling Ilimler. Mrs. Agnlha Wllks look her up Sunday. Mrs, Stella Turley of Cape Ciir- nrdeau, Mo., left Thursday for her home lifter spending the week- here attending lo business matters and visiting with friends. She was (he guest of Mrs. J. W. Ulmer. $2.50 BOOK OF THEATER hast week's winner, Mrs. Joe S, Dillahitnty, will receive her prize at the Holt Funeral Home, FREE EACH WEEK Each week one of the 'merchants: on this page will ;iw;ir<l u $2.oO hook of Thealor Tickets to some person.. The object of this fascinatum game IDENTIFY HIM and WIN A PRIZE WHO IS IT? Try This Silhouette Game-It's Fun Responsibility There is no greater responsibility than (lie Una) service for our loved cues. Anil there is no duty ft'illi which the average person Is If.ss laniUlur. The cost o( the funeral must, lie borne iu inliul—dvil uu- fhorilics nm.st he notified of (he. d«il)i . . . friends must be informed ... a HOST «f things mutt, lie done. And that is where '< l r rcsf cmsiblllly enters: Our staff is. Irohied io remove all cure ovei' fi.tiMal details from client's miiiils. No Charge For Our CHAPEL SERVICE Call ,W HOLT FUNERAL HOME IN WHICH THE PLUMBING & HEATING HAVE BEEN MODERNIZED We supply nil materinls and will secure .direct-service Ihroujjh the I'll A. Talk with, us al.'otit this complete service. NOW IS THE TIMK. Our prices ma\he compared with others. "PETE" The Plumber 109 No. First Phone 103 FREE * An Innertube Free With Each Purchase Of A DAVIS DELUXE OR A SAFETY GRIP TIRE Guaranteed Against Everything for 18 in 21 Months Western Auto Associate Store Bb'theville, Ark. APPY GROCERY & 109 WEST MAIN !OUR MARKET PHONE 15 We are open from 6 a. m. until 8 p. m. serving our customers with quality groceries and choice meats. Our aim is to render courteous service and lasting satisfaction. We believe that a visit in our store will be a happy hour with you too. Many a man, woman, boy and girl had a happy time here with us last Saturday. We had plenty of hot coffee for everybody, and free groceries for those who were lucky. Join our crowds and we will do our best to make you a happy customer too. WHO IS IT? A granu.ite of Blythcvi.lc hi£h school, he Ii.i i:nnducted a business or his o«ii for the pas five years in which, ho lias liecn able to e.\- crcise his unusual mechanical ability, \Vho We thank you. l-asl week's silhouette was that of John €. Alrllanev, PEACOCK FLOUR Plain or Self Rising It's Proudly Perfect Satisfaction Guaranteed FOLGERS COFFEE One Pound 28' GREEN CABBAGE . ...... 2 PORK & BEANS One Pound Can 5 CANDY MARS BARS 10 FLORIDA ORANGES 1">0 Si/e i' Fnr 5 DELICIOUS APPLES Large Size f/c 'iCnch 3 BROOMS Colors to Match Your Furniture, F.ach 75' HENS URESSKn PRUSH DAILY FRYERS CALF LIVER fteiwino IVitmd STEAKS U. R. Choice Hcef, SLICED BACON Fancy 1'OlltltI 20 I TZ € \ rilOGIUM FHOM Al'RH, flTH TO If.TH RITZ "Mr. Mnto's Camlile." with Peter Loir*. Serial: "Secrets of Treasure Islaml." Sunday and Monday "Meriily We Live" with Constance liennctt ami UriaiJ Ahi'ru. '1'ufstla.v. "Marriafre r.usicss" with Victor Alaorr and Vickl I.eslrr. \Veilnesilay and Thursday "Of Human IlF.irts" vrith Waller Huston and Jamfs Ktowart Friday "Island in tlic Sky" with Michael \Vlialen tiud Olori.i Sl ROXY' .Saturday "I-Vderal Hidlrls" with Terry Walker anil Miltmrn Stone Sunday mill Monday "Tip-OiT Cirls" nilli Lloyd Nolan and Mary Carlisle. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: I'AL NIGHTS "Little Miss Roughneck" with Edith Fellows and I.en Cnrrillo. Friday "Overland Express" with Hurk Jours and Mar- jtirie Itcyiiolds. : . CHEESE Wisconsin Cream, 1'iiuml PORK CHOPS Center Slices, Pouml PORK SAUSAGE 100'/,: I'tirc |O Pound 10 22 25 Foi- llic liosi Of WHISKEYS WINES and GINS They know that our stock is most complete and that no matter what their choke . . . \vc have it. We aim lo please YOU so think of HALI.'R when von think of Whiskey. HALL'S WHISKEY STORE Elm<r Hall, r^vntr m E. Main Sfmt Franols Woods, Jfj r . Blyllitvillf, Ark. DINNER IS SERVED THE WAY YOU LIKE IT At the Qle+icae Q>uU Flan t» have Sunifay ilinncr at Ihc Glnicoc (irlll. You will enjoy our excellent foods prepared Ihe way you like them. We pride oiir- fflvcs on our cleanliness anil service, and your utmost enjoyment is n«r aim. CHOICE OF: PLATE LUNCfT iMEATS VEGETABLES DESSERT 2nd nnd Ash Phone 638 Easter Sale On All Spring Coats and Dresses All garments on sale have sale tickets on them. 20% OFF! JACK APPLEBAUM Phone 5fi

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