The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 25, 1936 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 25, 1936
Page 3
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THURSDAY, JUNE.25, 1930 300 4-H Club Members Here Talks by Zal Harrison and Dr. \Vasliburn Mississippi county lias the bc-.t c'.iijts in-Arkiuisiis nmJ.Uic boys and gills who arc working ucie- iigex luu'c mi excellent opportunity this year, Hal B. KanlEon, cmmly jndBe, told members of the •i-11 clubs in Uic CtilckusnwUn dls- liift :it ihe niinunl nilly here tj t'ny. The more than 300 members present represented all of (lie l!0 clitlj.s In tlie northern" jjuil of tlie county. Tim nil-day rally was lit Id lit the city auditorium, with •I L. Masters, Manila, vice dfiu of the council, presiding. Jmlue Harrison utid Ur. A. M. Wnshuurn, director of the county Iwnllli unit, were the sneukers Ur. Washburn tnld of mnlnrki control uctivilles. Judge Hanisoii entered his Jnlk on (lie soil of Mississippi county and related 1'tiw he had been on u tour of tlie ."talc recently lm d | m(i not scm crops as good us in this t., icunty. ^ Members of the }jeecc club save a dctnonsjiritioii in table selling nfter tlie introduction of the various clubs by the presiding officer. Max Isaacs, president ol tiie Manila club, welcomed the Biiesls and the response was given by Miss Dorris Anderson of (lie Armorcl club. Miss Ann To'mp- l:!ns played a piano solo. Miss Claiico Little led In group sinking The Rev. Alfred Carpenter pastor of the First Baptist, church, said the invocation. This afternoon's program is being featured with harmonica and cow calling contests, supervised by J. Louis cherry. Following llils Hit- boys and girts will visit Walker park, accompanied by Miss Little, who has recently been appointed WPA Rccrentlonnl Leader . for Mississippi county, who will direct games for a short time A swim at, the Chicago mill pool will conclude the • program. This rally is .sponsored by j. o. Fuilcrton. county ngriculturai ngent, MI.M Com Lee Colenmn, cinhiiy home demonstration agent, and John Cameron, assistant (inmly agent. Candidate Prank McGregor, vvlio today mi- nounccd his candidacy for c.ilcka- siuvba township constable, Eons in Honolulu now are each armed with a cane and a whistle as a protection ngalast nioiorJsls. When they tool their whistles and wave their canes, w'nile with red lips, automobiles ,,,, Kl y | t ,|,j (..„, flB'H of w ay under penally c f n BLYTilEVlLLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Louisiana House Votes Sales Tax on Luxuries HATON ROUQE. Ui.—The house yesterday jj.nsjed (lie [/Jtilslniiri nd- mlnistrnllun "luxury" sales tux. 8^ lo 0, mid sent It to the senate. I'M measure passed through the lower chamber in three minutes, without (iobatc nwl with lltllc discussion Tlie sales tax levies a two per' will tax on sales of commodities' o'.'.ier I him vegetables, staple groceries, farm Implements, feed, fertilizer, livestock, ixmliry, and equipment used In commercial fish- l"i. | Oov. Rlcluml W. l,»tlic, ivlio claims the bill tuxes only luxuries, said IL would 1)9 amended in tl!2 ramie to extend Hie exemption lisl to ineluds ice and iwssibly ollisr comrnodilles. ' I The revenue from I'DC tax, which tile governor prcdlcicd would read) TOteiHially $5,100,000 iinniinllf. would Us used for homestead exemptions, for social security nuti Olrl Cnirk I'lslol Sliol WOODLAND. Cid. (UP) -aiorin Jacobs, la-year-old ilmigliler ot j Capt. Henry u. jnrobs. Is rapidly . earning n record as the crack pis- i tol jliol of Hie stnte. in (Ire luiest roiniKlitlon here slie won two gold medals with n score of 102 out of a possible MO in ii )e women's' , class and » score of lay out of n passible 300 in Die men's class. Courier News Classified Ads Pav ' The Philatelic Agency of the t CJ. s. Postoffice DepartmenL was | established In 1021. during- which jvpnr Us sales totaled 550,000. In 11)35. snle.s iiad inoimled lo $2- coo.000. , r 1'IH.I. DBI.ICATUSSEN I.I.M.. Cheeses [or all tastes Cold Meats of any kind Fruit Juice & Ginger Ale FRESH YARD EGOS DAILY I'lOKAlID'S OUO. & MEAT JIARKBT I'lionc C13 — We Deliver Chlckasaivba Ice Cold Liquors & Gins APE BETTER THKY COST NO AIOHH JOE'S LIQUOR STORE Ouposite Kress' Si'litol Palrnls KlfirienL MAKQUETTE, Mich. iup>— T«-O hundred Upper Miehii-nn schools where safety patrols are ninin- . llnve »ol l>ad a single (a!ity or Injury during die sent scliool .year. Ralph AS. whan, chief tratfic olTicer for the Mlchigrvn C state police re" llnnnluhi Protects HONOLULU. ,VPI — a OU50UIF5PRAY Par Electric Fans, guaranteed Oscillating Electric Fans CHILL TONIC'S 51 Niish's Chill Tonic 50c Niish's Chill Tonic ...... 81 Grove's Chill Tonic 5()e Grove's Chill Tonic 50c iVcndcnliall's Chill Tonic -•60o-<ifi(i Chill Tonic Chill Tonic 7!)t: .'We 78c ;i9c .'{9c HURRRH / THEYfeE DBlO AS JULIUS CAES&R / DEODORANTS 50c Deodo 29c 60c Nonspi 47c 60c Mum 49 C 35c Mum 29c 60c Neet 47 C .-.™ .- :25c i i „-.. Jca'l. \\.ll not suin.It pleasant otior. .(9c a pint at neighborhood nntl department stores oral any Good Gulf dealer. Guifspray brings smWcndcallilodies, moihs, readies and "'usquiiocs. When it lijcs 'cm they stay l — not iusl iky THE ONE PLACE .YOU CAM GET THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY 15 AT • ' •• • Cc Phillips Milk of Magnesia 37c 25csize 18c Rubber Bathing Suits 11.29 Bathing Caps 29c Gallon Picnic Jugs $1.39 McKesson Milk Mag. pf33c Sqnibb Milk Mag., pint 39c Mineral Oil, pint 39c 1110 Sal Hepatica 89c Bayer Aspirin, 100 for 59c 60c size 47c 25;c Comfort Baby Pow. 19c 3Cc Mexican Heat Pow. 19c 25c Ammens Heat Pow. 18c Goggles 25c Up Sun Helmets 31.20 Lysol 89c 19c Up sze WHITK SHOIO I'OLISH 25c (Jaiii I'olish .... lie 25c t'ccchce I'olish .. 17c 25 C Shu-Milk Polish .. 17c 3!)c Columbia Polish .. lilc SOAI'S \yooill)ur.v's. 3 Cashmere llnmjucl, .'1 Bars 25c Chnrmis Toilcl Soup, fi Bars 2.[c Johnson's Bah.v Soap, 2 liars 25c COLITIS RKMEWKS SOc Baby Percy .iflc 2Sc Miss. Cordial . ... 1<V 30c Grove's Baby Men 1 . 2\c SOc Pcplo Bismol 30r PAGE THREE Lettuce Bananas I'luin ill (Jimrl :«-()/. Jin- PRICKS FOR I U1DAY AND SATURDA FRESH TOMATOES Ld Oranges Lemons >MKI,ONS Liii'Kt' Si/.o LARD !f ;..,. (!tn . 87 <; JJnk> Kl " K ih $[.Rflj 2.1 Hi LAVA SOA [) MEAL a.|-l,h. Siit'k (TC 'i ('nus J TUNA FISH M[ ^n 12 C French, Lh. .. 2flc C. C., LI) 25c Jewel, Lh He- Jewel, 3 Lh. . . .|!le PINTO BEANS 10 Lbs. 39c Cantaloupes GREEN CORN ' 1Yl ;t 2^ : M1O13;; VIENNA SAUSA(; % !m 5 C LHI-.HC Vint- Ripe KlK'il Pie Cherries N lOc . No. 2i/j (Jim .... AVONDAl.K U',i: No. 'iVi Ciin .... P & G Soap •£ lie ^^^^^^^^^•••••••••^•••^DKSjiiiSBMMHMMBBBBi SOAP ijfei ^- Itar e <; Salad Dressing Coilllfry (Jln|, 32-oz jar32c CRACKERS ( S h FLY SPRAY T "7nt 23° liulk ICC- (,'iillon U AMMONIA ;?* j;;!; 1 !)c I'OWDEH (-C 1'hij. 0 BRflflMS mm s. "'- <AKES Wc.srri 'jr(,' '/, LI). Ctn. 63 8-Oi!. Ilotfle Tint .. Joe. ' Qiiiirl . 2Sc S, ROAST SHOULDFR MOPS SllW ' i!l1 ,„,, If Full Dressed HENS and FRYERS PIG LIVER Fresh, lb. SALT MEAT For Boiling, lb. SLICED BACON Fancy, lb. 27n TENDER & TASTY Roast BABY BEEF STEAKS Club, lb. 18c GROUND BEEF Fresh, lb. 17c C. I). Uecf Thick liili, Lb. li)c Pancv Cliurli, Lit. 17!c VARIETIES OF FRESH FISH H1VER CATFISH, I'ouml .. KILLET OF HADnnCK !'„ ound 21-ic Steaks C. Q. Hcer Lniti or Kuunil Pound 35c LEG, Pound SWIt'TS SPUING LAMB CHOI'S, I'onnil '.'.'.'. 25 C PORK SAUSAGE,.,,]?; NECK BCNES~',!' fi' Wilson mm '• Collage. Hulk 1O1C Lb. 162

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