The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1934 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 6, 1934
Page 3
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FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1934 BLYTHBTTLiB. (ABU COUBIEB NEWS High School Seniors Will Give Annual Follies Tonight A large cut at characters has Sara Jo Little, New«ll Brlgham, ; been assembled for the annual Harold Sudbury and Jane Koch- 1 Senior Memorial Follies, to be tltzky. I presented at the high school this Tlie bellhops are: Morse Koch- evenlng. a o'clock. Proceeds of utzky, John Harp, Btib Herrlck, the affair will be used toward the colemnn Stevens, Mack Elder, purchase of the memorial for this Hardy Oniy and E. M. Terry jr., year's graduating class. | W | t |, Miss Kochtltzkq as director In the play, "The Count, of Un-jof the choruses. Carl Rylee Is to aware," the leading characters are: be the Egyptian Lover. Among the Byron Morse, Cail Rylee, Marga- specialties will be a skit by Herret Shaver, .Marshal) Blackard, £c |,el Mosely and J. W. Purtle, a Ruth Jenkins, Lloyd Alexander, ( jance by Patricia Wise, "I've Had Jamie N'lchots, Claude Whilworth, 57 Varieties of Sweethearts," with ~ - .Carl Rylee In the leading role and K , [these elrls: Ella Tascluicr as Spsn- "tTIPn \P\V I) N- ls ". Annie Mae Sallba as gypsy. PAGE THBEB Peary Reached Pole 25 Years Ago r I ri I'J i I I Virginia Martin as Freneh, Vir- tfk AllCrflfl §lnla Nunn as Russian, Melba Al- II' .TlUallK) exajK icr as Japanese, Jenny Wren Diilahunty as Scotch, Anne Tomp- kiiis as butch, Lucile Dawson as Bronx, Anna Mae Jones us English, Jewell Ri^'ll as Swiss; Effie Moure as Western girl, Doris Dounlas as Chinese, Llla Mae Morris as Turkish. Mildred Jttr- rati as English girl In Panama, Inez Thomnson as Czechoslovak- Ian, Lola Thompson as Norwegian, Marguerite Armstrong as Mexican, Nedra Berryman, Earline Damon, Jesslu Miller. Mary Jean Afflick Mirlnm Smith and Elaine Anderson as "Dainty Misses." In the "Prosperity Finale" these will sin? and dance: George Grear, Leon Smith. Spencer Alexander, John McDowell, Dan Hamner, Herman Turner, Pollyanne Buck, Dorinne Coulter, Jessalyn Blomeyer, Mary Virginia Cutler, Mildred Lou Hubbard, Doris Ray Dobyns. Martha Anne Lynch. Mrs. Bill Trotter Is pianist.. Margaret Shaver is manager of the Jollies with M. F. Brownie e as business manager. Robert Goodrich as stage manager and Mitchell Johns us ticket manager. PIGGLY WIGGLY Prices for Saturday KROGRE STORE Strawberries *•**-*«* each 125c Potatoes 2c /I Juicy Florida ffcfl Oranges s 33c Apples Winesap While They I.ast Kach 1C Twenty-five years ago, on April (i. 1909. Admiral Robert E. Peary discovered the North Pole. Peary, center below, unil several of j his aides are dead, but among those sllll alive who made Ihe | epochal Journey are Donald !i. McMillan, left, 11 Bowdoln College I | professor, and Capt. Robert A) Bartlett, Peary's .skipper, right,; ' living in New York. Peury's staunch ship, the Roosevelt, shown above, still Is in service, a tugboat at Seattle, Wash. (( ' Jl Spring Brook, Ib 25c Cabbage Fancy New (Jreen Pound 2c Grapefruit 5c Bananas 19c Peaches °- <-• 2'/, Can l.iliby's Lge. Wt (.'an Keifer No. 2 '/; Can 162 Read Courier News Wimt Atls. Bead Courier News Want A0». Cieurge S. Messersmith (above), fon'iinr U. S. Consul General in Herllu. lias licen appointed U. S. Mliihler 10 I rouble-torn Austria, lie I» i native of Delaware. ,iToi» ccd Succeeds Moley As Hull's Aide A. former assistant Secretary of Treasury In clurge of fiscal offices, Thomas Htww of Karmington, Conn., is ihown above attar bii appointment to succeed Raymond iloley aa ipecial atslstant to Seer«Ury rt Sttte Hull. Will Hurry Bark to China. GALESVH.LE, Wis., (UP)—Miss Mabel Danuser. a missionary to China for 16 years, will rctuni In June after a short visit with relatives here. She does not intend to spend more thnn five days on the boat going over as she has arranged to make most of the trip by rail through Siberia wlui Iriends. On former trips she has taken the Pacific route which re- fluires a much longer time. ~\ Woman, 74, Learning (o Fly ] v CHICAGO (UP) — Mrs. Peter j Holland, 74, known as the "flying j grandmother." is taking flying in- i structions at a private airport | here. Mrs. Holland, became determined to take instructions, despite Ihe protests of her two daughters, after she had flown to Germany last summer as a passenger on the Graf Zeppelin. : FOR ONLY »] A YEARt With, a G-E Monitor To.f> itfrigera'tar'you get ibi standardlyearwarraniy..¥'L\3S4ytarnidditional protection OH the seaUd-in-steel mechanism for only t$ '• '•--•-,..''• The mechanisnn represents approximately 70> of your investment in any electric refrigerator. Peerless performance of the G-E sciled-in-sieel Monitor Top has nucie it possible for General Electric to protect your investment 5 Years for only *1 1 year! Now, to this matchless mechanism haj been added brilliant new beauty and distinguished cabinet styling. New 1934 models are the finest and most attractive refrigerator! General Electric ever built. In General Electric Refrigeraton you will, of course, find all the modem conveuienct features: All-tteel cabinet), porcelain both iniidt and out • Stainl<» IKelquick-fTMzing chamtxr • Control for (iutortlow freezing • Automatic dcfroiting • Foot pedal door opener • Interior lighting • Sliding shelrci • Container for keeping vegetable! frisp and fresh • More ice, faster freezing, and low currenr consumption for adequate refrigeration at all rime*. GENERAL @ ELECTRIC ALL-STEEL REFRIGERATORS FIG BARS cc u,m c COOKIES Choc - l>fan , u .!. 19 C c - c - 20 lbs Mc 10 !hs 5Uc: 5 Iks BRAN ^ K ?5^, TOMATO JUICE CRACKERS a-ti^, 20 C FRESH BREAD 'ffillT CANDY Spif ' stick ,,,,. 13 l EXTRACT Vinil " 8-o/.. Iloltle 23 U MOTOR OIL "S; $1.33 TWINKLE . Wheat, KaisinlAC or live. Ka. 1U & HKANS C. C. CO l.urki: (Jan He; SmallJ VINEGAR Apple CidenVt 8° Confectioners or OC Krowr.. t.h. O HOMINY £.?•,>„ 8 C See toe New GENERAL ELECTRIC flat-top modal Aristocrat of till popular priced rejrigtrators f 1st Fhoto on Golden Wedding MANCHESTER. N. H. (UP)—Mr. and Mrs. Clark Drew Thompson had their photograph taken for | the first time when they celegrat- j ed their golden wedding. The cou-' pie never have been to a movie, or on a sea trip, and have ridden on a train once during their mar- | liage. 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Branded Keef Round or Loin Pound 25c Spareribs lOJc Veals Chops or Roast Pound lOc Sausage 12Jc Hens Fresh Full Dressed Pound 17!c Roast Shoulder. I'ouiul 15c Thick Kib, Ponrd - - - - 12'/jc Hrisket, Pound 71/ 2 c Beef Liver Fresh Pound Cheese Wisconsin No. 1 Pound 19c Bacon Sliced Pound 15c Salt Meat Butts, Lb. Pickles Dill Heinz or Kosher 3 for 10c Boiled Hams, Fresh Sliced. Ib, 29c

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